New SEPA INNS Guidance
 

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The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) have produced new guidance on biosecurity and management of invasive non-native species (INNS) for construction sites and controlled activities.

Legal responsibilities when dealing with INNS, legislation and responsible authorities for INNS in Scotland, key considerations for INNS, and how to avoid introducing, moving and spreading INNS on or off a construction site, and further guidance, are all covered in the new guidance.

To view the guidance, click on this link: Biosecurity and management of invasive non-native species for construction sites and controlled activities.

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