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13.—(1) Before the end of each review period, the Secretary of State must—
(a)carry out a review of these Regulations;
(b)set out the conclusions of the review in a report; and
(c)publish the report.
(2) The report must in particular—
(a)set out the objectives intended to be achieved by these Regulations;
(b)assess the extent to which the objectives have been achieved;
(c)assess whether the objectives remain appropriate and, if so, the extent to which they could be achieved in a less burdensome way.
(3) The first review period is the period of five years beginning with the day on which these Regulations come into force.
(4) Each subsequent review period is a period of five years beginning with the date on which the report of the preceding review was published.
14. The following are revoked—
(a)the Environmental Protection (Controls on Ozone-Depleting Substances) Regulations 2002(1);
(b)the Environmental Protection (Controls on Ozone-Depleting Substances) (Amendment) Regulations 2008(2).
15.—(1) The Ozone-Depleting Substances (Qualifications) Regulations 2009(3) are amended as follows.
(2) For regulation 2(2) substitute—
“(2) Expressions used in these Regulations and in Regulation (EC) No 1005/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on substances that deplete the ozone layer have the same meaning in these Regulations as they have in that EU Regulation.”.
(3) In column 1 (tasks) of the table in Schedule 1, in the third row, for “Decommissioning of equipment” substitute “Maintenance or decommissioning of equipment”.
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