(1) In this Schedule “county matter” means in relation to any application, order or notice—
(a) the winning and working of minerals in, on or under land (whether by surface or underground working) or the erection of any building, plant or machinery—
(i) which it is proposed to use in connection with the winning and working of minerals or with their treatment or disposal in or on land adjoining the site of the working; or
(ii) which a person engaged in mining operations proposes to use in connection with the grading, washing, grinding or crushing of minerals;
(b) the use of land, or the erection of any building, plant or machinery on land, for the carrying out of any process for the preparation or adaptation for sale of any mineral or the manufacture of any article from a mineral where—
(i) the land forms part of or adjoins a site used or proposed to be used for the winning and working of minerals; or
(ii) the mineral is, or is proposed to be, brought to the land from a site used, or proposed to be used, for the winning and working of minerals by means of a pipeline, conveyor belt, aerial ropeway, or similar plant or machinery, or by private road, private waterway or private railway;
(c) the carrying out of searches and tests of mineral deposits or the erection of any building, plant or machinery which it is proposed to use in connection with them;
(d) the [depositing] of mineral waste;
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