In This Issue:

- The Aggregates Levy: Exemptions On Rocky Ground

- Strict Liability, Or Not?

- Conflict Minerals – European Developments

- European Union Signs Minamata Convention On Mercury

- Wildlife Law To Undergo Major Overhaul

- First Aid Training : Approval Required?

- The New Weee Directive

- In Brief

- Excerpt from The Aggregates Levy: Exemptions On Rocky Ground:

The Aggregates Levy (“Levy”) was introduced in the UK as part of the Finance Act 2001 (“The Act”) and came into force in April 2002. It is a tax imposed upon the commercial exploitation of various aggregates such as rock, sand and gravel, within the UK.

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