Policy paper

Justification Decision on an application for the use of an ionising source in a gas meter as a new class or type of practice

The relevant regulatory provisions and process for considering the application for a Justification Decision on the use of an ionising source in a gas meter as a new class or type of practice.

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Justification Decision on an application for the use of an ionising source in a gas meter as a new class or type of practice

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An application was made under the Justification of Practices Involving Ionising Radiation Regulations 2004 for a Justification Decision on the use of an ionising source in a gas meter as a new class or type of practice. This document outlines the relevant regulatory provisions and the process for considering the application. The document then summarises the reasons for the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change’s decision, as Justifying Authority, that using an ionising source in a gas meter is not justified as a new class or type of practice.

Published 11 January 2013