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COPAChild Online Protection Act (US internet legislation)
COPACommonwealth of Pennsylvania (also seen as COP)
COPACoalition for Peace in Africa (Kenya)
COPAComerica Park (the new Tiger Stadium)
COPACollege of Performing Arts (various schools)
COPAChild Online Privacy Act
COPACommunity Partners
COPACommittee on Public Accounts (oversight; various organizations)
COPACanadian Owners and Pilots Association
COPACompañía Panameña de Aviación (airline, Panama)
COPAComité des Organisations Professionnelles Agricoles (French: Committee of Professional Agricultural Organizations; Belgium; EU)
COPACenter on Policy Attitudes
COPAControl of Pollution Act 1974 (United Kingdom)
COPACirrus Owners and Pilots Association
COPACanadian Office Products Association
COPACouncil on Post-Secondary Accreditation
COPAConservatory of Puppetry Arts
COPAChange Order Price Analysis
COPACampaign on Property Accountability (US Army)
COPAColorado Organic Producers Association
COPACanadian Oilseed Processors Association (Canada)
COPACommittee on Pediatric AIDS (American Academy of Pediatrics)
COPACouncil on Philippine Affairs
COPACo-Op Owners for Political Action (rural electrification)
COPAConnecticut Office of Protection and Advocacy
COPACenter of Parts Activity
COPACrude Oil Purchase Agreement
COPACape Organic Producers Association (South Africa)
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A body comes within the definition of 'clinical waste' and as such cannot be disposed of except under the provisions of the Control of Pollution Act 1974 and the Environment Protection Act 1990.
A Birmingham City Council spokesman told the Sunday Mercury: "It is an offence under the Control of Pollution Act 1974 to use a loudspeaker in the street for the purpose of advertising any entertainment, trade or business.
Styles and Wood Ltd, of Aspect House in Altrincham, Cheshire, pleaded guilty two charges under the Control of Pollution Act 1974 relating to its work at the Lidl site on Cowbridge Road West in Cardiff.
Using a loudspeaker in the street to advertise a trade is an offence under Section 62 of The Control of Pollution Act 1974.
Magistrates found Philip Hunt, of Sandford Meadow in Lichfield, guilty of allowing the sounding of a loudspeaker to advertise his business in the streets of Lichfield, which is an offence under the Control of Pollution Act 1974.
Found guilty in her absence of breaching the Control of Pollution Act 1974 by operating a loudspeaker on Newgate Street, Newcastle, at 10.54pm on August 8.
To bring effect to these policies and principles it has introduced a raft of legislation including the Control of Pollution Act 1974, Environmental Protection Act 1990, Controlled Waste Regulations 1991/2, Waste Management Licensing Regulation 1994, Pollution, Prevention and Control Regulations 2000, Landfill tax 1996, Landfill Directive 1991, Producer Responsibility Obligation (Packaging Waste) 1997 and the Environmental Protection (Duty of Care) Regulation 1991.
The Control of Pollution Act 1974 refers to works involved in the erection, construction, repair and maintenance of buildings.
Under the Control of Pollution Act 1974, the local authority has the power to restrict working hours and the type of machinery used.
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