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6.—(1) Regulation 2 of the Anti-Pollution Works Regulations 1999(1) is amended as follows.
(2) For paragraphs (a) and (b), substitute—
“(a)in the case of—
(i)a potential pollution incident, describe the nature of the risk to controlled waters, identifying the controlled waters which may be affected and the place from which the matter in question is likely to enter those waters, and
(ii)harm which is likely to be caused to controlled waters, describe the nature of the risk to controlled waters which may be affected and the event, process or other source which is likely to cause that harm;
(b)in the case of–
(i)an actual pollution incident, describe the nature and extent of the pollution, identifying the controlled waters affected by it, and
(ii)actual harm which is caused to controlled waters, describe the nature and extent of the harm,
in each case identifying the controlled waters which have been affected by the pollution incident or harm;”
(3) In paragraph (f), for “section 161” substitute “sections 161(4) and 161ZA(5)”.
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