The following Environment precedent produced in partnership with ELM Law provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
all or any of the following media:
air (including air within buildings or other structures and whether below or above ground);
land (including buildings and any other structures or erections in, on or under it and any soil and anything below the surface of the land); and
water (including groundwater and surface water),
and any ecological systems or living organisms (including humans) supported by those media.
all applicable laws (whether civil, criminal or administrative), statutes, statutory instruments, directives, regulations, codes of practice and guidance notes (having legal effect) and any instructions or decisions of any court or regulatory authority that relate to EHS Matters.
any matters relating to the Environment, energy efficiency, climate change or health & safety.
any permits, licences, authorisations, approvals, permissions, certificates, registrations, notifications, exemptions or consents required by the Business in relation to the use of Properties or the conduct of the Business pursuant to EHS Law.
any substance, whether alone or in combination with any other substance, which is capable of causing harm to the
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