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NumberL.N. 5 of 2011
TitleEnvironment and Development Planning Act (Cap. 504) - Control of Volatile Organic Compound - VOC Emissions (Storage and Distribution of Petrol from Terminals to Service Stations) (Amendment) Regulations, 2011.
Date7th January 2011
CommentsPublished Related to LN 54 of 2009 :Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Control of Volatile Organic Compund- VOC Emissions (Storage and Distribution of Petrol from Terminals to Service Stations) Regulations, 2009 and to LN 163 of 2009: Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Control of Volatile Organic Compund- VOC Emissions (Storage and Distribution of Petrol from Terminals to Service Stations) (Amendment) Regulations, 2009

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  Document Title                                                                                            Date
L.N. 54 of 2009 Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Control of Volatile Organic Compund- VOC Emissions (Storage and Distribution of Petrol from Terminals to Service Stations) Regulations, 2009 & repealing LN 214 of 20013rd March, 2009 View
L.N. 163 of 2009 Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Control of Volatile Organic Compund- VOC Emissions (Storage and Distribution of Petrol from Terminals to Service Stations) (Amendment) Regulations, 2009 2nd June, 2009 View
 
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