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SEPA

abbreviation for
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
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And SEPA, who are responsible for flood risk management, forecasting and warning, were on-hand to support the new project.
Last October, Jerseys Chief Minister lodged a change in regulation to update Jerseys law to be in line with all SEPA member countries, with those amendments, known as the EU Legislation (Payment Services SEPA) (Amendment) (Jersey) Regulations 201, coming into force on 18th January 2018.
Another letter was written by SEPA to Voice Fm on October 21, 2017, demanding for the submission of a copy of the EIA not later than November 2, 2017.
The SEPA warned the HMC's Municipal Commissioner that in case of non-compliance the agency would initiate action under Sindh Environment Protection Act, 2014, against the concerned officials.
Also under Section 21 of SEP Act 2014, SEPA will issue an Environmental Protection Order (EPO) to the Municipal Commissioners of districts East and Malir to fulfill their obligation regarding stoppage of illegal dumping of solid waste and its burning in open public places along with transfer of piled up garbage stocks to the designated landfill site.
Raphaels will be also able to offer instant payments to its clients through 'Jiffy', the 'Person to Person' (P2P) payments service developed by SIA and based on SEPA Credit Transfer, which enables customers to send and receive money in real time via a smartphone, it added.
In a report presented to the Hunterston site stakeholders group, Station director Colin Weir said: "This is a normal part of our activities and the authorisation from SEPA contains many conditions.
Global payment service provider, Paymentwall, added SEPA Direct Debit as a new alternative payment method for businesses worldwide.
Treasury & Risk recently sat down with Martin Runow, head of cash management corporate, Americas, for Deutsche Bank, to discuss the impact SEPA is already having on corporate reconciliations and how that ties in with the strategic treasury initiatives that many multinational businesses are considering.
The introduction of SEPA opened the door to new opportunities beyond the more immediate benefits of regional harmonization.
The migration to and implementation of SEPA from its inception has been monitored by the Eurosystem, which consists of the ECB and the national central banks of euro area Member States.
The same figures show that Germany is the only eurozone country where less than 60% of the credit transfers are compliantwith the SEPA credit transfer (SCT) scheme.