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The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2011

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Regulation 18

SCHEDULE 3Exemption orders

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Statutory Instrument NumberCitation
S.I. 1962/2645The Radioactive Substances (Exhibitions) Exemption Order 1962
S.I. 1962/2646The Radioactive Substances (Storage in Transit) Exemption Order 1962
S.I. 1962/2648The Radioactive Substances (Phosphatic Substances, Rare Earths etc) Exemption Order 1962
S.I. 1962/2649The Radioactive Substances (Lead) Exemption Order 1962
S.I. 1962/2710The Radioactive Substances (Uranium and Thorium) Exemption Order 1962
S.I. 1962/2711The Radioactive Substances (Prepared Uranium and Thorium Compounds) Exemption Order 1962
S.I. 1962/2712The Radioactive Substances (Geological Specimens) Exemption Order 1962
S.I. 1963/1831The Radioactive Substances (Waste Closed Sources) Exemption Order 1963
S.I. 1963/1832The Radioactive Substances (Schools etc) Exemption Order 1963
S.I. 1963/1836The Radioactive Substances (Precipitated Phosphate) Exemption Order 1963
S.I. 1967/1797The Radioactive Substances (Electronic Valves) Exemption Order 1967
S.I. 1980/953The Radioactive Substances (Smoke Detectors) Exemption Order 1980
S.I. 1985/1047The Radioactive Substances (Gaseous Tritium Light Devices) Exemption Order 1985
S.I. 1985/1048The Radioactive Substances (Luminous Articles) Exemption Order 1985
S.I. 1986/1002The Radioactive Substances (Substances of Low Activity) Exemption Order 1986
S.I. 1990/2512The Radioactive Substances (Hospitals) Exemption Order 1990
S.I. 1991/477The Radioactive Substances (Smoke Detectors) Exemption (Amendment) Order 1991
S.I. 1992/647The Radioactive Substances (Substances of Low Activity) Exemption (Amendment) Order 1992
S.I. 1995/2395The Radioactive Substances (Hospitals) Exemption (Amendment) Order 1995
S.I. 2002/1177The Radioactive Substances (Natural Gas) Exemption Order 2002
S.I. 2006/1500The Radioactive Substances (Testing Instruments) Exemption (England and Wales) Order 2006

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