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4.—(1) In regulation 2—
(a)at the appropriate places, insert—
““SIC Code” means a code included in “The United Kingdom Standard Industrial Classification of Economic Activities 2003”, published by the Office for National Statistics on 31st December 2002 and implemented on 1st January 2003(1);”; and
“stable, non-reactive hazardous waste” means hazardous waste, the leaching behaviour of which will not change adversely in the long-term, under landfill design conditions or foreseeable accidents—
in the waste alone (for example, by biodegradation);
under the impact of long-term ambient conditions (for example, water, air, temperature, mechanical constraints); or
by the impact of other wastes (including waste products such as leachate and gas);”; and
for the definition of “relevant waste acceptance criteria” substitute—
““relevant waste acceptance criteria” means, in relation to a landfill, the waste acceptance criteria under Parts 1 and 3 of Schedule 1 which apply to the class of landfill to which that landfill belongs;”.
(2) At the end of regulation 4(b) insert “in a landfill”.
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