SEPA consults on fees regulating the use of radioactive substances

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is consulting on proposals for substantial increases to some of the fees it charges for regulating the use of radioactive substances. The move brings the Scottish charging regime more into line with that of the Environment Agency.

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