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Cabinet Order for Offensive Odor Control Law (abstract)

Cabinet Order No.207 of 1972
Amended by Cabinet Order 322 of 1995, and Cabinet Order 406 of 1998

Cabinet Order for Offensive Odor Control Law (abstract)

Article 1
(Specified offensive odor substances)

Substances as described in the Cabinet Order in Paragraph 1, Article 2 of the Offensive Odor Control Law (hereinafter referred to as simply the "Law") shall be the substances listed below.

  1. Ammonia
  2. Methyl mercaptan
  3. Hydrogen sulfide
  4. Methyl sulfide
  5. Methyl di-sulfide
  6. Tri-methyl amine
  7. Acetaldehyde
  8. Propionaldehyde
  9. n-Buthylaldehyde
  10. iso-Buthylaldehyde
  11. n-Valericaldehyde
  12. iso-Valericaldehyde
  13. iso-Buthylalcohol
  14. Ethylacetate
  15. Methyl-iso-buthylketone
  16. Toluene
  17. Stylene
  18. Xylene
  19. Propionic acid
  20. n-Butyric acid
  21. n-Valeric acid
  22. iso-Valeric acid

Article 2
(Delegation of Administration)

The administration of the recommendation that is stipulated in Paragraph 1, Article 8 of the Law, the administration of the order that is stipulated in Paragraph 2, Article 8 of the Law, the administration of the measurement that is stipulated in Paragraph 1, Article 11 of the Law and the administration of the report acceptance and the inspection that is stipulated in Paragraph 1, Article 18 of the Law that are included in the administration within the authority of the prefectural governors authorized under the Law shall be delegated to the mayors of municipalities (except mayors of municipalities that are stipulated in the following paragraph).

2. The administration that is stipulated in the previous paragraph and the administration to specify the regulation area that is included in the administration within the authority of prefectural governors authorized under the Law, the administration to establish the regulation standards, the administration to hear opinions that is stipulated in Paragraph 2, Article 5, the administration relating to public announcements that is stipulated in Article 6 in the Law and the administration for cooperation that is stipulated in Paragraph 1, Article 19 shall be delegated to the mayors of municipalities that are stipulated in Law of Local self-government (No.67 of 1947) and to the mayors of kernel municipalities that are stipulated in the Law.

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