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67.—(1) An approved battery treatment operator or approved battery exporter must maintain records that enable completion of the reports referred to in regulation 66(1) and (4) in relation to a relevant approval period.
(2) A record maintained under this regulation must be kept for four years from the date on which it is made and must be made available to the appropriate authority on demand.
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