Government Regulation Number 61 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 61 Tahun 2013

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 152, 2013 environment. Waste. -Radioactive Nuclear Power. The management. Repeal. (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5445)

REGULATION of the GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 61 by 2013 ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of RADIOACTIVE WASTE by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the radioactive waste that comes from harnessing nuclear power could potentially harm the safety, security and health of workers, the public, and the environment if not managed appropriately in order to successfully and with the means and methods that are accurate and in accordance with the development of science and technology;
b. that to a more comprehensive arrangement regarding the management of radioactive waste need to be regulated in a separate Government regulations which replace the Government Regulation Number 27 in 2002 about the management of radioactive waste;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, as well as to implement the provisions of article 27 paragraph (2) of Act No. 10 of 1997 of Ketenaganukliran need to set Government regulations about the management of radioactive waste;
Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
2. Act No. 10 of 1997 of Ketenaganukliran (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3676);
Decide: define: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of RADIOACTIVE WASTE.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Regulation the definition: 1. Radioactive waste management is the collection, transport, processing, clustering, storage and/or disposal of radioactive waste.
2. Radioactive waste is radioactive substances and material and equipment that have been exposed to a radioactive substance or radioactive due to be nuclear installations operation cannot be used again.
3. A used nuclear fuel is nuclear fuel teriradiasi issued from the terrace of the reactor permanently and no longer used in current condition due to shrinkage of the fissile material, an increase of toxins, or damage from radiation.
4. National Nuclear Energy Agency hereinafter referred to as the implementing agency is BATAN as stipulated in Act No. 10 of 1997 about Ketenaganukliran.
5. the nuclear energy Supervisory hereafter BAPETEN is the supervisor referred to in Act No. 10 of 1997 about Ketenaganukliran.
6. Producers of radioactive waste is the holder of the permit utilization of ionizing radiation sources or nuclear materials and/or permit the construction, operation and decommissioning of a nuclear installation because activities generating radioactive waste.
7. Klierens is the release of radioactive substances is open, radioactive waste, or materials and equipment contaminated and/or activated from supervision.
8. The level of Klierens is the value of the activity concentration and/or total activity a single radionuclide or mixture specified by, and if the concentration of BAPETEN activity and/or the total radionuclide activity below that value, radionuclide can be exempt from oversight.
Article 2 (1) the radioactive waste classified in types: a. low level radioactive waste;
b. medium-level radioactive waste; and c.  High level radioactive waste.
(2) low level radioactive waste and the level is being referred to in subsection (1) letter a and letter b include: a. a radioactive substance encased are not used;
b. open a radioactive substance is not used; or c.  materials and equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used.
(3) a high level radioactive waste as referred to in paragraph (1) the letter c in the form of used Nuclear Fuel.
CHAPTER II IMPLEMENTING the MANAGEMENT of RADIOACTIVE WASTE article 3 (1) the radioactive waste management as referred to in article 2 was implemented by the producers of radioactive waste and BATAN.
(2) in carrying out the management of radioactive waste, and FOREIGNERS required to have permission to perform the management of radioactive waste.
(3) the requirements and procedures of application for permission to conduct the management of radioactive waste as referred to in paragraph (2) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation regarding the licensing resource utilization of ionizing radiation.
Article 4-producing radioactive waste undertakes the management of radioactive waste originating from: a. utilization of ionizing radiation sources; or b.  utilization of nuclear materials, the construction, operation, and decommissioning of nuclear installations/or.
Article 5 BATAN implement Management of radioactive waste that comes from the producers of radioactive waste that have been submitted to him.

Article 6 (1) in exercising the management of BATAN radioactive waste can cooperate with or pointing to state-owned enterprises, cooperatives, and/or private agency.
(2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for cooperation and the appointment referred to in subsection (1) are governed by regulation of the President.
CHAPTER III MANAGEMENT of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES WRAPPED UP the UNUSED Portion is considered the collection and grouping of article 7 (1) the radioactive waste Producers obliged to perform the collection and classification of radioactive substances wrapped up that are not used.
(2) after the collection and grouping referred to in paragraph (1), producers of radioactive waste is mandatory: a. sending back to the country of origin; or b.  submit to BATAN.
Article 8 (1) the radioactive substances wrapped return shipping are not used to the countries of origin as referred to in article 7 paragraph (2) letter a was implemented by the producers of radioactive waste after acquiring: a. approval of delivery back to the country of origin of the head of BAPETEN; and b.  approval of the delivery head of BAPETEN.
(2) the provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for obtaining the approval of the shipment back to the country of origin as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is set in the legislation regarding the licensing resource utilization of ionizing radiation.
Article 9 (1) the delivery of mandatory country of origin back to the enforced by the producers of radioactive waste within the validity period approval delivery back to the country of origin as referred to in article 8 paragraph (1) letter a.
(2) producers of radioactive waste is obliged to report the implementation of delivery back to the country of origin against a radioactive substance encased are not used to the head of BAPETEN 14 (fourteen) working days counted from the moment she did return shipping.
Article 10 (1) the radioactive substances wrapped in a submission that is not used to JUSTIFY as referred to in article 7 paragraph (1) letter b mandatory implemented by producers of radioactive waste after gaining approval from the head of BAPETEN delivery.
(2) implementation of submission to BATAN as referred to in subsection (1) is required: a. do 14 (fourteen) days of work since the publication of the approval by the head of BAPETEN delivery; and b.  evidenced by news the handover event created by FOREIGNERS.
(3) a copy of a news event of the handover as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b mandatory delivered by producers of radioactive waste to the head of BAPETEN 14 (fourteen) working days from the moment of submission to BATAN.
(4) the requirements and procedures for obtaining the approval of the delivery is carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations concerning the safety and security of the transport of radioactive substances.
Article 11 (1) the radioactive waste Producers obliged to apply for the determination of the termination of the activity to the head of BAPETEN after sending back to the country of origin as referred to in article 9 or submit to BATAN as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (1).
(2) the requirements and procedures of application for the fixing of the cessation of an activity referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations regarding licensing the utilization of ionizing radiation sources.
Article 12 (1) BATAN obligatory collection and classification of radioactive substances wrapped unused submitted by producers of radioactive waste.
(2) for the collection and grouping referred to in paragraph (1), and FOREIGNERS can do the review.
(3) the review referred to in subsection (2) is done to determine a radioactive substance encased are not used as: a. a radioactive substance encased in that can be used again;
b. a radioactive substance that can be recycled wrapped; or c.  Radioactive Waste.
(4) the head of BATAN published a report of the results of the study of determination of radioactive substances wrapped up that are not used as intended in paragraph (3).
(5) the review referred to in subsection (2) to meet the standards, guidelines, requirements, and/or procedures established by the Chief of BATAN.
Article 13 (1) in terms of the results of the study report to determine as a radioactive substance encased in that can be reused as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (2) letter a, head of BATAN issued the certificate stating the radioactive substances wrapped can be utilized again.
(2) in terms of the results of the study report to determine as a radioactive substance that can be recycled wrapped as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (3) letter b, head of BATAN issued the certificate stating the radioactive substances wrapped had been tested or standardized for can be used again.
(3) utilization of returned a radioactive substance as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of regulation perundangan-undangan regarding licensing the utilization of ionizing radiation sources.

Article 2 in terms of the results of the study show the results as a radioactive waste referred to in article 12 paragraph (2) Letter c, BATAN mandatory carrying out processing and storage.

The second part of the processing and retention of Article 15 (1) the processing referred to in Article 2 is done with methods: a. the decay of activity; and b.  conditioning.
(2) further Provisions regarding the processing as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by regulation the head of BAPETEN.
Article 16 (1) obligatory storage CISTERNS results processing radioactive substances wrapped in a have been determined not to be used as a radioactive waste referred to in article 12 paragraph (2) Letter c in storage facilities.
(2) storage facility referred to in subsection (1) must meet the requirements in accordance with the provisions of the legislation regarding the licensing resource utilization of ionizing radiation.
The third section of the transport and disposal of article 17 (1) can carry out transportation of BATAN radioactive substances wrapped in a have been determined not to be used as a radioactive waste referred to in article 12 paragraph (2) Letter c after processing or storage activities.
(2) the carriage referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations concerning the safety and security of the transport of radioactive substances.
Article 18 (1) the radioactive dumps BATAN implement substance wrapped in a have been determined not to be used as a radioactive waste referred to in article 12 paragraph (2) Letter c.
(2) the disposal referred to in subsection (1) done at the facilities: a. near the ground surface; or b.  the depth of the being.
(3) the construction, operation, and closure of disposal facilities as referred to in paragraph (2) is required to have permission from the head of BAPETEN.
(4) the provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for obtaining a permit referred to in subsection (3) is set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The fourth part of the recording and reporting of article 19 (1) the radioactive waste Producers during the collection and classification of radioactive substances wrapped in obligatory unused recording include the following: a. an inventory of radioactive substances wrapped not used; and b.  the activities of the collection and classification of radioactive substances wrapped up that are not used.
(2) the results of the recordings referred to in paragraph (1) obligatory reported to the head of BAPETEN at least 1 (one) time in 6 (six) months.
Article 20 (1) and FOREIGNERS during the processing, storage, and disposal of radioactive substances wrapped in a have been determined not to be used as a radioactive waste referred to in article 12 paragraph (2) Letter c is obligated to perform the recording include the following: a. an inventory of radioactive substances wrapped not used;
b. activities of processing, storage, and disposal of radioactive substances wrapped up that are not used.
(2) the results of the recordings referred to in paragraph (1) obligatory reported to the head of BAPETEN at least 1 (one) time in 6 (six) months.
CHAPTER IV MANAGEMENT of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES which are NOT USED and MATERIALS AS WELL AS EQUIPMENT CONTAMINATED and/or ACTIVATED NOT USED is considered Part of the collection and grouping of Chapter 21-producing radioactive waste collection and obligatory classification of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used.

The second part of the processing and storage of section 22 (1) producers of radioactive waste processing radioactive substances obligatory open not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used.
(2) processing as referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by the method of: a. the decay of activity;
b. reduction of volume;
c. changing the composition; and/or d.  conditioning.
(3) further Provisions regarding the processing as referred to in paragraph (2) is set by regulation the head of BAPETEN.
Article 23 (1) processing of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used as referred to in article 10 paragraph (1) will be conducted until the radioactivity reaching values below or equal to the level of Klirens.
(2) in the event that during or after the processing of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated not used has reached a value below or equal to the level of Klierens, Producing radioactive waste is obliged to apply Klierens to the head of BAPETEN assignment.
(3) in the event that during or after the processing of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated not used can not achieve the results the values below or equal to the level of Klierens, Producing radioactive waste is obligated to submit to BATAN.
(4) producers of radioactive waste are prohibited from engaging in the dilution exhaust open a radioactive substance is not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated that aren't used to achieve the values below or equal to the level of Klirens.
(5) the provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for the determination of Klierens set in the legislation regarding the licensing resource utilization of ionizing radiation.
Section 24 mandatory radioactive waste Producers do temporary storage after processing radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated that are not used prior to submission to BATAN.

Article 25 in respect of materials and equipment contaminated and/or activated not used can not be done processing and/or temporary storage, Producing radioactive waste is obligated to submit to BATAN.

Article 26 (1) Submission to the BATAN as stipulated in article 25 mandatory implemented by producers of radioactive waste after gaining approval from the head of BAPETEN delivery.
(2) implementation of submission to BATAN as referred to in subsection (1) is required: a. do 14 (fourteen) days of work since the publication of the approval by the head of BAPETEN delivery; and b.  evidenced by news the handover event created by FOREIGNERS.
(3) a copy of a news event of the handover as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b mandatory delivered by producers of radioactive waste to the head of BAPETEN 14 (fourteen) working days from the moment of submission to BATAN.
(4) the requirements and procedures for obtaining the approval of the delivery is carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations concerning the safety and security of the transport of radioactive substances.
Article 27 (1) BATAN obligatory storage of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used in the storage facility after the processing is done.
(2) in the case of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used as intended in paragraph (1) has reached the value below or equal to the level of Klierens, BATAN is obliged to apply Klierens to the head of BAPETEN assignment.
(3) storage facility referred to in subsection (1) must meet the requirements in accordance with the provisions of the legislation regarding the licensing resource utilization of ionizing radiation.
The third section of the transport and disposal of article 28 (1) can carry out transportation of BATAN radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used after processing or storage activities.
(2) the transport of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used as intended in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations concerning the safety and security of the transport of radioactive substances.
Article 29 (1) disposal of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated unused committed by FOREIGNERS.
(2) the disposal of the radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used as intended in paragraph (1) is carried out on facilities: a. near the ground surface; or b.  the depth of the being.
(3) the construction, operation, and closure of disposal facilities as referred to in paragraph (2) is required to have permission from the head of BAPETEN.
(4) the provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for obtaining a permit referred to in subsection (3) is set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The fourth part of the recording and reporting of article 30 (1) the radioactive waste Producers during the gathering, grouping, processing and/or obligatory recording include the following: a. open the inventory of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used; and b.  the activity of gathering, grouping, and/or processing radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used.
(2) the results of the recordings referred to in paragraph (1) obligatory reported to the head of BAPETEN at least 1 (one) time in 6 (six) months.
Article 31

(1) FOREIGNERS during the processing, storage, and disposal of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated not used obligatory recording include the following: a. open the inventory of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used; and b.  the activities of processing, storage, and disposal of radioactive substances which are not used and materials as well as equipment contaminated and/or activated are not used.
(2) the results of the recordings referred to in paragraph (1) obligatory reported to the head of BAPETEN at least 1 (one) time in 6 (six) months.
CHAPTER v. MANAGEMENT of USED NUCLEAR FUEL is considered part of the temporary storage of article 32 compulsory radioactive waste Producers carry out temporary storage of used Nuclear Fuel in time at least for the duration of the operation of nuclear reactors.

Article 33 after making temporary storage as referred to in article 32, the producers of radioactive waste is mandatory: a. send back a used nuclear fuel to the country of origin; or b.  submit a used nuclear fuel to BATAN.
Article 34 (1) before sending back a used nuclear fuel to the country of origin as referred to in article 33 a, producers of radioactive waste must obtain: a. approval of delivery back to the country of origin of the head of BAPETEN; and b.  approval of the delivery head of BAPETEN.
(2) the requirements and procedures for obtaining the approval of the shipment back to the country of origin as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is implemented in accordance with the regulations on the licensing of nuclear material utilization.
Article 35 (1) delivery of a used nuclear fuel back to the country of origin required producers of radioactive waste during the validity period of approval from the head of BAPETEN return shipping.
(2) producers of radioactive waste is obliged to report the implementation of return shipping of used Nuclear Fuel to the country of origin to the head of BAPETEN 14 (fourteen) working days counted from the moment she did return shipping.
Article 36 (1) Submission to the BATAN as stipulated in article 33 a compulsory letter b was implemented by the producers of radioactive waste after gaining approval from the head of BAPETEN delivery.
(2) implementation of submission to BATAN as referred to in subsection (1) is required: a. do 14 (fourteen) days of work since the publication of the approval by the head of BAPETEN delivery; and b.  evidenced by news the handover event created by FOREIGNERS.
(3) a copy of a news event of the handover as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b mandatory delivered by producers of radioactive waste to the head of BAPETEN 14 (fourteen) working days from the moment of submission to BATAN.
(4) the requirements and procedures for obtaining the approval of the delivery is carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations concerning the safety and security of the transport of radioactive substances.
Article 37 (1) producers of radioactive waste can carry out transportation of used Nuclear Fuel during temporary storage activities.
(2) Transportation of used Nuclear Fuel as intended in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations concerning the safety and security of the transport of radioactive substances.
The second part of the storage and disposal of article 38 (1) BATAN do nuclear fuel storage container.
(2) in conducting a used Nuclear Fuel storage as referred to in paragraph (1), BATAN compulsory licenses: a. utilization of nuclear materials; and b.  development and installation of pengoperasion temporary storage of used Nuclear Fuel.
(3) the requirements and procedures for obtaining a permit as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out in accordance with the regulations on the licensing of nuclear installations.
Article 39 (1) Disposal of used Nuclear Fuel is carried out by FOREIGNERS.
(2) the disposal of used Nuclear Fuel as intended in paragraph (1) is carried out on a sustainable storage installation.
(3) the construction, operation, and closure of sustainable storage installation required to have the permission of the head of BAPETEN.
(4) the requirements and procedures for obtaining a permit as referred to in paragraph (3) is set in accordance with the regulations on the licensing of nuclear installations.
Article 40 (1) BATAN provides storage space for sustainable nuclear fuel used.
(2) the determination of the sustainable storage of used Nuclear Fuel as intended in paragraph (1) established by the Government after gaining the approval of representatives of the Republic of Indonesia.
(3) the determination of the sustainable storage of used Nuclear Fuel by the Administration referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The third part of the recording and Reporting of article 41 (1) the radioactive waste Producers during temporary storage and transport obligated to do a recording that includes: a. an inventory of used Nuclear Fuel; and b.  the activities of temporary storage and transport of used Nuclear Fuel.
(2) the results of the recordings referred to in paragraph (1) obligatory reported to the head of BAPETEN at least 1 (one) time in 6 (six) months.
Article 42 (1) BATAN during storage, transport, and/or disposal of used Nuclear Fuel is obligated to do a recording that includes: a. an inventory of used Nuclear Fuel; and b.  the activities of the management of used Nuclear Fuel.
(2) the results of the recordings referred to in paragraph (1) obligatory reported to the head of BAPETEN at least 1 (one) time in 6 (six) months.
CHAPTER VI the CONSTRUCTION EXECUTION MANAGEMENT of RADIOACTIVE WASTE of article 43 (1) coaching against implementation do JUSTIFY the management of radioactive waste which includes: a. technical coaching; and b.  educative.
(2) technical Coaching as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is done towards: a. Producing radioactive waste; and b.  State-owned enterprises, cooperatives, or a private agency that works with or was appointed by the FOREIGNERS to manage radioactive waste.
(3) the construction of educative as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b committed against society.
(4) the technical Coaching against the implementation of the management of radioactive waste as referred to in paragraph (2) at least include the following: a. training;
b. socialization;
c. consultation; and/or d.  technical assistance.
(5) educational Coaching against the implementation of the management of radioactive waste as referred to in paragraph (3) may be in the form of socialization.
(6) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the implementation of coaching against the implementation of the management of radioactive waste as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by regulation the head of BATAN.
CHAPTER VII TRANSFER of CROSS BORDER Section 44 (1) Shipments of used Nuclear Fuel from the country of origin to country of destination through and/or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the mandatory carriage of means of approval from the head of BAPETEN before carrying out the delivery.
(2) to obtain the approval referred to in subsection (1), shippers of radioactive waste should deliver a notification in writing to the head of BAPETEN and attaching documents: a. the consent of the supervisory body of the country of origin;
b. approval of the supervisory body of the country of destination; and c.  transporting the least contain: 1. the identity of the sender, the carrier, and the recipient;
2. date and long layover;
3. the route of transportation;
4. type, activity, and the quantity of used Nuclear Fuel; and 5.  the type of the bundle.
(3) delivery of a used Nuclear Fuel as intended in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance of legislation regarding the safety and security of the transport of radioactive substances.
Article 45 (1) the head of BAPETEN conducting assessment of the documents referred to in Article 44 paragraph (2) is the longest of three (3) business days counted since the notification was received.
(2) after making an assessment referred to in subsection (1), the head of BAPETEN gives approval or rejection notification above.
(3) the approval referred to in subsection (2) at least contain: a. the identity of the sender of a used Nuclear Fuel;
b. the State of origin and the country of destination of used Nuclear Fuel;
c. documents about type, activity, characteristics, and the amount of used nuclear fuel that will go through and/or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State;
d. transport tool that will be used;
e. date of the implementation of transport, time in transit, and the name of the port or airport of entrance and exit of used Nuclear Fuel; and f.  the expiration of the agreement.
(4) the refusal referred to in subsection (2) must be accompanied with the reason for denial.
Article 46 (1) every person or entity prohibited from incorporating radioactive waste originating from a foreign country into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia.
(2) the prohibition referred to in paragraph (1) excluded for radioactive waste originating from radioactive substances that are produced in the country.
(3) every person or entity that violates the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) be penalized in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
CHAPTER VIII the ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS of article 47 (1) the head of BAPETEN apply administrative sanctions to the producers of radioactive waste if it finds violations in Radioactive waste management.
(2) administrative Sanctions referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. a written warning;
b. the temporary suspension of the operation of the facility or installation; or

c. revocation.
Article 48 (1) producers of radioactive waste in violation of the provisions referred to in article 7, article 9, article 10 paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3), article 11 paragraph (1), article 19, article 21, article 22 paragraph (1), article 11 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), article 24, article 25, article 26 paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3), article 30, article 32 , Article 33, article 35, article 36, paragraph (1) of paragraph (2), and subsection (3), and/or article 41 subject to a written warning.
(2) producers of radioactive waste is obligated to follow up warning written in the longest period of 10 (ten) working days counted from the date of receipt of the written warning.
(3) in the case of radioactive waste Producers do not follow up with written warnings as referred to in paragraph (2), the head of BAPETEN provides a warning is written back.
(4) a written Warning as referred to in paragraph (3) compulsory followed by producers of radioactive waste within the period of 10 (ten) working days counted from the date of receipt of the written warning.
(5) in the case of radioactive waste Producers do not comply with a written warning as referred to in paragraph (4), the head of BAPETEN revoke permission.
Article 49 (1) in the event of breach of the provisions referred to in Article 11 paragraph (4) and article 32 head of BAPETEN can immediately suspend the operation of the facility or installation producer of radioactive waste.
(2) the suspension referred to in subsection (1) applies to the fulfillment of requirements of Radiation Safety.
(3) in the event that during the temporary suspension as referred to in paragraph (1) the radioactive waste Producers do not meet the safety requirements of radiation and keep operating the facility or installation, head of BAPETEN can immediately revoke the permit utilization of nuclear power.
(4) the suspension referred to in subsection (1) is performed based on the assessment of the head of BAPETEN.
Article 50 in the event of revocation as stipulated in article 48 paragraph (5) and/or article 49 paragraph (3), producers of radioactive waste should still be responsible for securing radioactive waste.

CHAPTER IX PROVISIONS COVER Article 51 at the time this Regulation comes into force, all laws and regulations that are the rules of implementation of the Government Regulation Number 27 in 2002 about the management of radioactive waste (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 52 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4202), was still in effect along does not conflict with the provisions of this Regulation.

Article 52 at the time when this Regulation comes into force, the Government Regulation Number 27 in 2002 about the management of radioactive waste (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 52 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4202) revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 53 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on September 12, 2013 PRESIDENT REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on September 12, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();