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6. In regulation 12 (requirement for an environmental permit), for paragraph (3) substitute—
“(3) In respect of a radioactive substances activity, paragraph (1) does not apply to a person to whom a radioactive substances exemption applies for that activity.
(4) Paragraph (5) applies to a person (“A”) who—
(a)receives radioactive waste from another person (“B”) for the purposes of A disposing of that waste; and
(b)subsequently disposes of that waste.
(5) Where this paragraph applies, A does not require an environmental permit—
(a)for the receipt of waste from B, where B holds an environmental permit which allows B to dispose of the waste to A; or
(b)for the subsequent disposal of that waste by A, where the waste is disposed of in accordance with the permit held by B.”.
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