Regulations

Here is a list of some of the Regulations the Norwegian Environment Agency manages and bases its work upon in various areas.They are unofficial translations of the Norwegian regulations. 

Pollution Regulations

This is an unofficial translation of  the Norwegian regulation . Last updated: March 2012.

Product Regulations

Regulations relating to restrictions on the manufacture, import, export, sale and use of chemicals and other products hazardous to health and the environment (Product Regulation...

Waste Regulations

This is an unofficial translation of the Norwegian regulation. Updated: February 2012.

Regulations to to the Gene Technology Act

These regulations govern the content and processing of impact assessments required for deliberate release of genetically modified organisms that is subject to the duty to obtain...

Labelling, transport, import and export of genetically modified organisms

Laid down by Crown Prince Regent’s Decree of 2 September 2005 pursuant to section 10, third and fourth paragraphs, and section 14 of Act No. 38 of 2 April 1993 relating to the...

Declaration and Labelling of Microbiological Products

The purpose of these regulations is to prevent the microorganisms in microbiological products from damaging human health or having detrimental environmental effects in the form ...

Use of motor vehicles on uncultivated land and in ice-covered watercourses

Care and consideration shall be shown during all motor traffic on uncultivated land and ice-covered watercourses to avoid damage or inconvenience to the natural environment and...

Nature conservation areas and bird reserves in Svalbard

Implementing legislation: adopted by Royal Decree of 4 April 2014 under sections 12, 16 and 17 of the Act of 15 June 2001 No. 79 relating to the protection of the environment in...

Toxic substances, waste and waste water in Svalbard

The purpose of these regulations is to protect the outdoor environment in Svalbard against particularly harmful substances, and to prevent and reduce pollution that may damage t...