Regulation (2008:463) On Certain Fees To The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority

Original Language Title: Förordning (2008:463) om vissa avgifter till Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten

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section 1 of this regulation are notified



1. pursuant to section 30 of the Act (1984:3) concerning nuclear activities

in the case of 4-11, 13-15 and 19 sections,



2. with the support of 43 of the radiation Act (1988:220)

4-6, 11-12 and 15-19 sections,



3. pursuant to paragraph 16 of the 20 teams (2006:263) if

transport of dangerous goods in the case of 4-6, 10 and 19 sections, and



4. Moreover, pursuant to Chapter 8. section 7 of the Constitution.

Regulation (2011:1568).



Definitions



section 2 of the terms and expressions in this regulation have the same meaning

as the Act (1984:3) on nuclear activities and

the radiation Act (1988:220).



section 3 of this regulation,



test operation: operation under a trial program in preparation for transition to

normal operation,



normal operation: operating within the defined terms and

restrictions as evidenced by a fixed

technical operating conditions,



settlement: action, after that the activities of a

installation is intended for has been discontinued and will not be

resumed, be taken by the licensee to

safe way to dismantle and demolish the plant and manage

the nuclear materials and nuclear waste that is on

the plant site,



nuclear installation category 1: a nuclear reactor, a

facility for intermediate storage or final disposal of nuclear material

or spent nuclear fuel, a facility for the encapsulation of

disposal of spent nuclear fuel or a plant

the final disposal of nuclear waste is not such a

landfill, referred to in paragraph 5 of the second paragraph, 12,



nuclear installation category 2: a research or

materials testing reactor,



nuclear technical plant "means a plant in which category 3

production of nuclear fuel,



nuclear technical plant "means a plant in which category 4

handling, processing and storage other than storage of

nuclear material that does not constitute establishment for the encapsulation of

disposal of spent nuclear fuel and plant for

handling, processing and storage of low and intermediate-level

nuclear waste. Regulation (2011:1568).



Application fee



section 4 an application fee must be paid by the applicant for



1. the authorisation or approval pursuant to section 24 of the regulation

(1984:14) on nuclear activities,



2. the authorisation referred to in paragraph 13 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance (1988:293)

or



3. The radiation safety authority's examination of a case under the

section 8 or the second subparagraph of section 18 of the Regulation (2006:311) if

transport of dangerous goods. Regulation (2009:668).



§ 5/expires U: 2016-02/09/

Fee under section 4 shall be paid to the

The Swedish radiation safety authority with 100 000 000 kroons, if the application

relating to the construction of a nuclear reactor to replace a

permanently banned nuclear reactor, of which SEK 34 000 000

When the application is lodged, SEK 33 000 000 not later than one year after

application was filed and 33 000 000 Swedish kronor within two years after

application was filed.



Fee under section 4 shall be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority

When the application is lodged



1. using 2 150 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a

nuclear installation category 1, but not a

nuclear reactor or facility for the disposal of

spent nuclear fuel,



2. with 1 070 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a

nuclear installation category 2,



3. with 538 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a

nuclear plant category 3,



4. with 107 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a

nuclear plant category 4,



5. with 1 070 000 kroons, if the application relates to operation of a

nuclear installation category 1,



6. with 538 000 kroons, if the application relates to operation of a

nuclear installation category 2,



7. with 269 000 kroons, if the application relates to operation of a

nuclear plant category 3,



8. with 53 000 kroons, if the application relates to operation of a

nuclear plant category 4,



9. with 107 000 kroons, if the application relates to the possession of a

nuclear installation,



10. with 53 000 kroons, if the application relates to the approval under paragraph 5 of the

second subparagraph, Act (1984:3) on nuclear activities,



11. with 53 000 kroons, if the application relates to a special permit

According to the first paragraph 5 a of the Act on nuclear activities,



12. with 107 000 kroons, if the application relates to a facility for

land disposal of low-level nuclear waste that does not originate from

commercial uranium mining and to such a plant related

facilities for treatment or storage, provided that

the activity of the total waste in

soil landfill facility does not exceed 10 terabecquerel

of which no more than 10 gigabecquerel consists of Alpha-active substances,



13. with 29 000 kroons, if the application relates to cross-border

transportation of spent nuclear fuel, nuclear waste or other

radioactive waste,



14. with 72 000 kroons, if the application relates to the carriage of

radioactive substances according to special agreement if

security measures,



15. with 29 000 kroons, if the application relates to the acquisition, possession,

the transfer, processing, transportation or other handling of

or any dealings with nuclear material or nuclear waste and

This management or position are not covered by an application

According to 1-14,



16. with 8 700 kroons, if the application relates to the carriage of

radioactive substances which are not covered by an application under 1-15,

and



17.36 000 kroons, if the application relates to the confirmation of

the certificate for the package design.



In the event of an application relating to the same installation is covered by

more than a fee as referred to in the first subparagraph or, second subparagraph

1 – 9, the fee is paid with the amount that is not more than the

specified amounts. Regulation (2015:2).



§ 5/comes into force in: 2016-02/09/

Fee under section 4 shall be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority with 100 000 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a nuclear reactor to replace a permanently banned nuclear reactor, of which 34 000 000 Swedish kronor when the application is lodged, SEK 33 000 000 not later than one year after the application was filed and 33 000 000 Swedish kronor not later than two years after the application was filed.



Fee under section 4 shall be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority when the application is lodged



1. with 2 181 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a nuclear installation category 1, but not a nuclear reactor, or facility for the disposal of spent nuclear fuel, 2. with 1 085 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a nuclear installation category 2, 3. with 546 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a nuclear plant category 3, 4. with 108 000 kroons, if the application concerns the construction of a nuclear plant category 4, 5. with 1 086 000 kroons, if the application relates to the operation of a nuclear installation category 1, 6. with 546 000 kroons, if the application relates to the operation of a nuclear installation category 2, 7. with 273 000 kroons, if the application relates to the operation of a nuclear installation category 3, 8. with 54 000 kroons, if the application relates to the operation of a nuclear installation category 4, 9. with 108 000 kroons, if the application relates to the possession of a nuclear facility, 10. with 54 000 dollars, in case of an application for approval under paragraph 5 of the second paragraph of the law (1984:3) on nuclear activities, 11. with 54 000 kroons, if the application relates to a special permit in accordance with paragraph 5 (a) of the Act on nuclear activities, 12. with 109 000 kroons, if the application relates to a facility for land disposal of low-level nuclear waste that does not originate from commercial uranium mining and to such a plant related facilities for treatment or storage, provided that the activity of the total waste in land deposit facility does not exceed 10 terabecquerel, of which not more than 10 gigabecquerel consists of Alpha-active substances, 13. with 29 000 kroons, if the application relates to cross-border transport of spent nuclear fuel, nuclear waste or any other radioactive waste, 14. with 73 000 kroons, if the application refers to the transport of radioactive material under special arrangement on security measures, 15. with 29 000 kroons, if the application relates to the acquisition, possession, transfer, processing, transportation or other handling of or any dealings with nuclear material or nuclear waste and the handling or position are not covered by an application under 1 – 14, 16. with 8 800 kroons, if the application relates to the transport of radioactive substances which are not covered by an application under 1-15, and 17. with 37 000 kroons, if the application relates to the confirmation of the certificate for the package design.



In the event of an application relating to the same installation is covered by more than one fee in accordance with the second subparagraph of the first paragraph or 1-9, the fee is paid with the amount that is not more than the specified amounts. Regulation (2016:8).



6 §/expires U: 2016-02/09/

If the Swedish radiation safety authority's examination of an application

entails costs that significantly exceed the amounts

set out in paragraph 5, the Agency may decide that the applicant shall pay

surcharge of 1 240 dollars per hour for work that

the authority has done. The additional fee is paid to the

The Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges.

Regulation (2015:2).



6 §/enters into force in: 2016-02/09/

If the Swedish radiation safety authority's examination of an application entails costs that significantly exceed the amounts indicated in paragraph 5, the Agency may decide that the applicant shall pay the fee of 1 250 SEK per hour for the work it has done. The additional fee is paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges.

Regulation (2016:8).



Audit fee



section 7 of The authorized to build, possess or operate a

nuclear reactor to replace a permanently banned

nuclear reactor shall pay an examination fee




1. with 100 000 000 kroons per calendar year

calendar year following after the authorization was given to

and with the calendar year in which the reactor after a particular

the approval of the Swedish radiation safety authority has been in

trial operation, and



2. with 15 000 000 kroons per calendar quarter from

the calendar year following that of reactor has been

in the trial operation of the calendar quarter following

After the reactor after a special approval of the

The Swedish radiation safety authority has been in normal operation.



The fee to be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority after

Special billing. Regulation (2011:1568).



7 a §/expires U: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to construct, own or operate

a nuclear installation category 1, but not such a

reactor referred to in section 7 or a facility for final disposal

of spent nuclear fuel, shall pay an examination fee of 4

700 000 SEK for the review of the licence conditions

must be met before the plant is put into operation for

the first time after the authorization was given.



The fee to be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority after

special charges since the licensee has lodged

documents to the Agency for review.

Regulation (2015:2).



7 a section/entry into force: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to build, possess or operate a nuclear facility category 1, but not such a reactor referred to in section 7 or a facility for the disposal of spent nuclear fuel, shall pay an examination fee of 4 755 000 kronor for review of permit conditions that must be met before the plant is put into operation for the first time after the authorization was given.



The fee to be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges since the licensee has submitted documents to the Agency for review.

Regulation (2016:8).



section 8/expires U: 2016-02/09/

If the review as a charge under section 7 or 7 is

intended to cover audit work causes not covered by

the amount of the fee (cost of more work),

Swedish radiation safety authority may decide that the licensee shall

to pay an additional fee of 1 240 dollars per hour for the

more work that the authority has done. For a review which

referred to in section 7 may, however, the additional fee for each

audit work shall not exceed 2 000 000 kroons.



The additional levy shall be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority

After special charges. Regulation (2015:2).



section 8/shall enter into force in: 2016-02/09/

If the review as a charge under section 7 or 7 is intended to cover causes the audit work that is not covered by the amount of the fee (cost of more work), the Swedish radiation safety authority may decide that the licensee shall pay a fee of 1 250 SEK per hour for the work it has done. For a review referred to in section 7 may, however, levy for each audit work shall not exceed 2 000 000 kroons.



The additional levy shall be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges. Regulation (2016:8).



§ 9/expires U: 2016-02/09/

The authorized to possess or operate a

nuclear facility shall pay a fee for

The Swedish radiation safety authority of such

global assessment referred to in paragraph 10 (a) Act (1984:3)

nuclear activities. The fee will be by special

the charge to be paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority



1. with 5 000 000 kroons for a nuclear reactor during

normal operation, and



2. with 2 120 000 SEK for other nuclear

plants. Regulation (2015:2).



§ 9/comes into force in: 2016-02/09/

The authorized to possess or operate a nuclear facility shall pay a fee for the Swedish radiation safety authority of such a global assessment referred to in paragraph 10 (a) Act (1984:3) about nuclear activities. The fee must be paid by special charges to the Swedish radiation safety authority 1. with 5 075 000 kronor for a nuclear reactor during normal operation, and



2. using 2 150 000 SEK for other nuclear facilities. Regulation (2016:8).



Consultancy costs



section 10 of the applicant for, or has a licence for nuclear

the Swedish radiation safety authority operations to replace costs

in order to use the services of a consultant in connection with such review or

review referred to in sections 4 to 9 with respect to the part of the

consultancy costs of less than 1 000 000 kroons, in the

so far as the consultancy work can be attributed to a specific or to some

activities. The remuneration paid to

The Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges.

Regulation (2009:668).



Supervisory fee



11 §/expires U: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to nuclear activities should

pay a fee for the Agency's regulatory control of radiation safety

that Act (1984:3) on nuclear activities,

the radiation Act (1988:220), Regulation (1984:14) if

nuclear activities and radiation protection Ordinance (1988:293)

as well as the conditions and regulations that have been issued with the support of

These laws and regulations are followed. The fee shall, after

debiting of the Swedish radiation safety authority, paid advance vis

for each calendar quarter



1. with 3 672 000 kronor for a nuclear reactor during

normal operation,



2. with 284 000 kronor for a plant for the production of

fuel for nuclear reactors,



3. with 228 000 kronor for a research and

materials testing reactor in normal operation,



4. with 456 000 kronor for a facility where more than 1 000 tonnes

spent nuclear fuel are staged,



5. with 58 000 dollars for a facility where spent nuclear fuel

are staged and the stored amount is not more than 1 000

tonnes,



6. with 456 000 kronor for a facility for the disposal of

nuclear waste do not constitute such land disposal referred to in paragraph 5 of the

second paragraph, 12,



7. with 58 000 dollars for a facility for the storage of

nuclear waste,



8. with 58 000 dollars for a facility for the treatment of

nuclear material that does not constitute a plant for the production of

fuel,



9. with 58 000 dollars for a facility for the treatment of

nuclear waste,



10. with 1 025 000 SEK for a nuclear reactor during

settlement,



11. with 58 000 kronor for a research and

materials testing reactor in liquidation, and



12. with 58 000 kronor for such landfill referred to in

5 section 12.



A fee as referred to in the first subparagraph 1 – 4, 10 and 11 also includes

supervision of installations for the storage or treatment

of spent nuclear fuel, nuclear material or nuclear waste

within the plant area covered by the State and

that the licensee operates exclusively in order to fulfil

their obligations under the first subparagraph of section 10 (2) and (3) the law on

nuclear activities.



If a licensee has multiple installations of

intermediate storage or treatment of spent nuclear fuel,

nuclear material or nuclear waste within one and the same

fixed area, the fee is paid only for the

facility that has the highest fee.



Fee obligation shall arise after the calendar quarter

the State took effect and ceases with effect from the

calendar quarter following the authorization

has complied with its obligations under article 10 of the law on

nuclear activities or the Swedish radiation safety authority has

noted that ongoing supervision with regard to

safety and radiation protection is no longer needed.

Regulation (2015:2).



11 §/comes into force in: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to nuclear activities should pay a fee for the Swedish radiation safety authority's enforcement of the law (1984:3) on nuclear activities, the radiation Act (1988:220), Regulation (1984:14) on the nuclear activities and radiation protection Ordinance (1988:293), as well as the conditions and regulations that have been issued on the basis of these laws and regulations are followed. The fee shall, after the charge of the Swedish radiation safety authority, to be paid upfront for each calendar quarter



1. with 3 545 000 kronor for a nuclear reactor during normal operation,



2. with 274 000 kronor for a plant for the production of fuel for nuclear power reactors,



3. with 220 000 kronor for a research and materials testing reactor in normal operation,



4. with 440 000 SEK for a facility where more than 1 000 tonnes of spent nuclear fuel are staged,



5. with 56 000 SEK for a facility where spent nuclear fuel are staged and the stored quantity shall not exceed 1 000 tonnes,



6. with 440 000 SEK for a facility for the disposal of nuclear waste do not constitute such land disposal referred to in paragraph 5 of the second paragraph, 12,



7. with 56 000 SEK for a facility for the storage of nuclear waste material,



8. with 56 000 SEK for a facility for the treatment of nuclear material that does not constitute a plant for the production of fuel,



9. with 56 000 SEK for a facility for the treatment of nuclear waste,



10. with 990 000 SEK for a nuclear reactor in liquidation,



11. with 56 000 SEK for a research and materials testing reactor in liquidation, and



12. with 56 000 SEK for a land disposal referred to in paragraph 5, second subparagraph, 12.



A fee as referred to in the first subparagraph 1 – 4, 10 and 11 also includes the supervision of installations for the storage or processing of nuclear waste, nuclear material or nuclear waste within the plant area covered by the licence and that the licensee operates exclusively in order to fulfil its obligations under paragraph 2 and 3 Act on nuclear activities.




If a licensee has several facilities for storage or processing of nuclear waste, nuclear material or nuclear waste within a fixed area, the fee paid for the plant with the highest fee.



Fee obligation shall arise after the calendar quarter in which the authorization became effective and expires as of the calendar quarter following the licensee has complied with its obligations under section 10 of the Act on nuclear activities or the Swedish radiation safety authority has found that the ongoing supervision with regard to safety and radiological protection is no longer needed.

Regulation (2016:8).



11 a of The authorised to construct, own or operate

a nuclear reactor to replace a permanently banned

nuclear reactor should pay the fee according to section 11 only from

and with the calendar quarter following the

the reactor is in normal operation. Regulation (2011:1568).



Contingency fee



12 §/expires U: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to build, possess or operate a

nuclear installation belonging to one of the hot categories

I – III, according to the classification resulting from the regulations

as the Swedish radiation safety authority has notified pursuant to section 7 of the

Radiation Protection Ordinance (1988:293), shall pay a

contingency fee. The fee shall, after the charge to the

The Swedish radiation safety authority, to be paid upfront for each

calendar quarter



1. with 1 232 000 kronor for a facility in the hot category in,



2. with 258 000 dollars for a facility in the hot category II,

and



3. with 65 000 kroons for a hot category III.



The fee would be paid from the calendar quarter after the

that an application for the trial operation has been submitted to

The Swedish radiation safety authority until the calendar quarter

that immediately after the Swedish radiation safety authority

has determined that the property no longer belongs to any of

threat categories. Regulation (2015:2).



the entry into force of section 12/in: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to build, possess or operate a nuclear facility that falls into one of the hot categories I to III, according to the classification resulting from the regulations that the Swedish radiation safety authority has notified pursuant to section 7 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance (1988:293), shall pay a contingency fee. The fee shall, after the charge of the Swedish radiation safety authority, to be paid upfront for each calendar quarter



1. with 1 229 000 kronor for a facility in the hot category in,



2. with 257 000 kronor for a hot category II, and



3. with 65 000 kroons for a hot category III.



The fee would be paid from the calendar quarter after an application for the trial operation has been submitted to the Swedish radiation safety authority until the calendar quarter that immediately after the Swedish radiation safety authority has ascertained that the property no longer belongs to any of hot categories. Regulation (2016:8).



Fee for the nuclear non-spridningskontroll



section 13/expires U: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to nuclear activities should

pay a fee for the supervision of

The Swedish radiation safety authority in accordance with the international

agreements to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons

as Sweden takes office. The fee shall, after the charge to the

The Swedish radiation safety authority, paid for each

calendar quarter



1. with 603 000 kronor for a plant

the production of fuel for nuclear power reactors,



2. with 236 000 kronor for a research and

materials testing reactor,



3. with 360 000 kronor for a nuclear reactor,



4. with 344 000 kronor for a facility for the storage of

spent nuclear fuel with a fuel quantity greater than 1 000

tonnes,



5. with 14 000 kroons for a facility for the storage of

spent nuclear fuel with a fuel quantity that does not exceed 1

000 tonnes, and



6. with 11 000 kronor for a plant for processing other

of nuclear material than the production of fuel.



The fee would be paid from the calendar quarter after the

the State was given until the calendar quarter that

immediately after the Swedish radiation safety authority has

noted that all nuclear material removed from the system.

For a nuclear reactor under construction that will replace a

permanently banned reactor should the fee be paid from

calendar quarter after the submission of an application for testing

to the Swedish radiation safety authority. Regulation (2015:2).



the entry into force of section 13/in: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to nuclear activities should pay a fee for the supervision of the Swedish radiation safety authority in accordance with the international agreements to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons as Sweden joined. The fee shall, after the charge of the Swedish radiation safety authority, to be paid for each calendar quarter



1. with 602 000 kronor for a plant for the production of fuel for nuclear power reactors,



2. with 235 000 kronor for a research and materials testing reactor,



3. with 359 000 kronor for a nuclear reactor,



4. with 343 000 kronor for a facility for the storage of spent nuclear fuel with a fuel quantity greater than 1 000 tonnes,



5. with 14 000 kroons for a facility for the storage of spent nuclear fuel with a fuel quantity that does not exceed 1 000 tonnes, and



6. with 11 000 kronor for a plant for the processing of nuclear material than the production of fuel.



The fee would be paid from the calendar quarter after the authorization was given to the calendar quarter that immediately after the Swedish radiation safety authority has determined that all nuclear material removed from the system.

For a nuclear reactor under construction that will replace a permanently banned reactor should the fee be paid as from the calendar quarter after an application for the trial operation has been submitted to the Swedish radiation safety authority. Regulation (2016:8).



section 14/expires U: 2016-02/09/

The who, otherwise than as provided in section 13, holds the

nuclear substance shall pay the fee for nuclear safeguards with 1 240

dollars per hour for control as the Swedish radiation safety authority

has done. The fee paid to Strålsäker-hetsmyndigheten

After special charges. Regulation (2015:2).



the entry into force of section 14/in: 2016-02/09/

The who, otherwise than as provided in section 13, holds the nuclear material shall pay the fee for nuclear safeguards with 1 250 SEK per hour for control as the Swedish radiation safety authority has performed. The fee paid to the Strålsäker-hetsmyndigheten by special charges. Regulation (2016:8).



Research fee



section 15/expires U: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to build, possess or operate a

nuclear reactor, the Swedish radiation safety authority to pay

a fee for the basic and applied research as well as

the studies and investigations authority initiates in order

to develop national expertise in the Agency's

field of activity and to support and develop the Agency's

supervision. The fee shall, after the charge to the

The Swedish radiation safety authority, paid for each

calendar quarter



1. with 6 805 000 kronor for a reactor

is under construction as of the calendar quarter to which the

following the Swedish radiation safety authority approved

the plant may start construction until the

calendar quarter in which the reactor is in normal operation,



2. with 1 457 000 kroons for any other reactor from

the calendar quarter following the reactor is taken into

normal operation until the calendar quarter that follows the

the reactor has permanently taken out of operation and this has

notified to the Swedish radiation safety authority, and



3. with 263 000 SEK for a reactor, which is in liquidation

for the time the fee is not paid in accordance with 2.



The obligation to pay the fee shall not apply with effect from the

calendar quarter following the authorization

has complied with its obligations under section 10 of the Act (1984:3)

nuclear activities. Regulation (2015:2).



the entry into force of section 15/in: 2016-02/09/

Anyone who has permission to build, possess or operate a nuclear reactor, the Swedish radiation safety authority to pay a fee for the basic and applied research as well as the studies and investigations authority initiates in order to develop national expertise in the Agency's area of operations and to support and develop the Agency's supervision. The fee shall, after the charge of the Swedish radiation safety authority, to be paid for each calendar quarter



1. with 7 821 000 kronor for a reactor which is under construction as of the calendar quarter following the Swedish radiation safety authority approved that the plant may start construction until the calendar quarter in which the reactor is in normal operation,



2. with 1 675 000 kroons for any other reactor as of the calendar quarter following the reactor is in normal operation until the calendar quarter following the reactor permanently taken out of service, and this has been notified to the Swedish radiation safety authority, and



3. with 302 000 kronor for a reactor that is being phased out for the time when fee is not paid in accordance with 2.



The obligation to pay the charge is not applicable as of the calendar quarter following the licensee has complied with its obligations under section 10 of the Act (1984:3) about nuclear activities. Regulation (2016:8).



16 §/expires U: 2016-02/09/

The applicant for or has permission to a


activities referred to in section 20 or 21 or section 22, second paragraph

the radiation Act (1988:220), to

The Swedish radiation safety authority to pay a fee for the Agency's

costs for the authorisation, supervision and other measures

related to the condition. The fee shall, after

debiting of the Swedish radiation safety authority, paid for each

calendar year



1. with 5 800 SEK per State for the licensed

lasers,



2. with 4 800 SEK per generator for medical

diagnostic radiology,



3. with 1 870 SEK per generator for dental

diagnostic radiology,



4. with 2 600 kroons per generator for veterinary

diagnostic radiology,



5. with 930 SEK for operations with unsealed sources with a

activity that is a maximum of 100 megabecquerels,



6. with 3 000 per laboratory for operations with open

radiation sources with an activity greater than 100 megabecquerels

but not 10 gigabecquerel,



7. with 16 400 per laboratory for operations with

open source with an activity greater than 10

gigabecquerel,



8. with 5 500 SEK/equipment for smaller accelerators

and irradiation apparatus with a sealed sources

activity that exceeds 100 gigabecquerel,



9. with 21 000 per permit for

Accelerator facilities,



10. with 2 400 SEK per equipment for radiographic testing,



11. with 930 per equipment for analysis, control or

monitoring,



12.930 per sealed source with an activity that

is not more than 100 gigabecquerel,



13. with 23 500 crowns per plant for

radiation sterilization,



14. with 5 900 kronor per permit for

trade in radiation sources,



15. with 9 220 dollars per permit for installation and

maintenance of radiation sources,



16. with 930 dollars per permit for operations with

quality control of radiological equipment,



17. with 11 800 SEK per equipment for accelerators and

koboltapparater of external beam radiation therapy,



18. with 4 000 per equipment

x-ray therapy equipment for external beam radiation therapy,



19. with 11 800 SEK per equipment

efterladdningsutrustning for brachytherapy,



20. with 17 700 SEK per permit for other closed

brachytherapy radiation source with an activity that exceeds

100 gigabecquerel,



21. with 72 300 SEK per permit for nuclear medicine with a

activity that is not more than 100 gigabecquerel,



22. with 117 000 per permit for nuclear medicine with

a task that exceeds 100 gigabecquerel,



23. with 7 100 000 kroons per holding for

acceleratorbaserad spallation to neutronforskningsändamål

with a power of more than 1 megawatt, and



24. with the 345 000 dollars for activities with

elektronacceleratorbaserade Synchrotron Light facility.



The who, otherwise than as referred to in the first paragraph, apply

of or have permission to an activity referred to in section 20 or 21

or the second paragraph of section 22 of the radiation Act shall pay the fee

with 1 240 dollars per hour for work with the application process,

supervision and other measures related to the State

as the Swedish radiation safety authority has performed. The fee is paid

the Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges.

Regulation (2015:2).



16 section/entry into force: 2016-02/09/

The applicant for or have permission to an activity referred to in section 20 or 21 or 22 of the radiation Act (1988:220), the Swedish radiation safety authority to pay a fee for the Authority's costs for the issue of permits, inspections and other measures related to the condition. The fee shall, after the charge of the Swedish radiation safety authority, to be paid for each calendar year



1. with 500 crowns per permit for powerful laser pointer with maximum power output not exceeding 30 milliwatts, 2. with SEK 8 200 per permit for powerful laser pointer with a power output exceeding 30 milliwatts, 3. with SEK 8 200 per permit for licensed lasers,



4. with 8 200 SEK per State for drying using microwaves,



5. with 4 800 SEK per generator for medical x-ray Diagnostics,



6. with 1 900 SEK per generator for dental diagnostic radiology,



7. with 2 600 kroons per generator for veterinary x-ray Diagnostics,



8. with 930 SEK for the business of open source with an activity that is a maximum of 100 megabecquerels,



9. with 3 000 per laboratory for business with open source with an activity greater than 100 megabecquerels but not 10 gigabecquerel,



10. with 16 400 per laboratory for business with open source with an activity that exceeds 10 gigabecquerel,



11. with 5 500 SEK/equipment for small accelerators and irradiation devices with sealed sources with an activity greater than 100 gigabecquerel,



12. with 20 900 SEK per permit for accelerator facilities,



13. with 2 400 SEK per equipment for radiographic testing,



14.930 per equipment for analysis, control or supervision,



15. with 930 per sealed source with an activity that is not more than 100 gigabecquerel,



16. with 23 400 kronor per site for radiation sterilization,



17. with 5 900 kronor per permit for trading with radiation sources,



18. with 9 200 SEK per permit for installation and maintenance of radiation sources,



19. with 930 dollars per permit for operations with the quality control of radiological equipment,



20. with 11 800 SEK per equipment for accelerators and koboltapparater for external beam radiation therapy,



21. with 4 000 per equipment for x-ray therapy equipment for external beam radiation therapy,



22. with 11 800 SEK per efterladdningsutrustning equipment for brachytherapy,



23. with 17 700 SEK per permit for other sealed source for brachytherapy with an activity greater than 100 gigabecquerel,



24. with 72 100 SEK per permit for nuclear medicine with an activity that is not more than 100 gigabecquerel,



25. with 116 700 SEK per permit for nuclear medicine with an activity greater than 100 gigabecquerel,



26. with 7 100 000 Swedish Crowns per plant for acceleratorbaserad neutronforskningsändamål radiation of a spallation effects exceeding 1 MW, and



27. with 345 000 dollars for operations with elektronacceleratorbaserade Synchrotron Light facility.



The who, otherwise than as referred to in the first subparagraph, applies for or has permission to an activity referred to in section 20 or 21 or 22 of the radiation Act shall pay the fee of 1 250 SEK per hour for work with the authorisation, supervision and other measures related to the condition that the Swedish radiation safety authority has performed. The fee paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges.

Regulation (2016:8).



section 17/expires U: 2016-02/09/

Fee in accordance with paragraph 16 1 to 22 shall be paid from

and with the calendar year following the decision on the

permission has been given. If a permit is renewed, the fee

also be paid for the year in which the decision to renew the permit

It was announced. If there are special reasons,

Swedish radiation safety authority may decide that the fee in lieu of

as the annual fee to be paid in connection with the application for

authorisation is made.



Fee in accordance with paragraph 16, 23 and 24 shall be paid from

and with the calendar year in which the licence application is lodged and

each started calendar years thereafter.



Conditions notified in writing to the Swedish radiation safety authority

before 1 January shall be the basis for the calculation of

the fee. Regulation (2015:2).



section 17/comes into force in: 2016-02/09/

Fee pursuant to paragraph 16 2-25 is to be paid as of the calendar year following the decision on authorisation has been given. If a permit is renewed, the fee is also paid for the year in which the decision to renew the permit was issued. If there are special reasons, the Swedish radiation safety authority decide that fee instead of the annual fee shall be paid in connection with the application for authorisation is made.



Fee under section 16 the first subparagraph 1 shall be paid as a one-time charge in connection with the application for authorisation is made.

Fee in accordance with paragraph 16, 26 and 27 shall be payable from the calendar year in which the licence application is submitted and for each started calendar years thereafter.



Conditions notified in writing to the radiation safety authority before 1 January shall be the basis for the calculation of the fee. Regulation (2016:8).



section 18/expires U: 2016-02/09/

If the examination of an application for a permit requires special

investigation or other work that leads to substantially higher

costs than the amounts provided for in section 16,

Swedish radiation safety authority may decide that the applicant shall pay

surcharge of 1 240 dollars per hour for work that

the authority has done. The additional fee is paid to the

The Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges.

Regulation (2015:2).



the entry into force of section 18/in: 2016-02/09/

If the examination of an application for a permit requires special investigation or other work that will lead to significantly higher costs than the amounts provided for in section 16, the Swedish radiation safety authority may decide that the applicant shall pay the fee of 1 250 SEK per hour for the work it has done. The additional fee is paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority after special charges.

Regulation (2016:8).



Common provisions



19 § if there are special reasons,

The Swedish radiation safety authority of the case put down

or waive a fee.




section 20 of the Swedish radiation protection authority shall communicate the provisions

necessary for the application of this regulation.



section 21 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions

If an appeal to the administrative court.



Transitional provisions



2008:463



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2008, when

Regulation (1976:247) on certain fees to the State

radiation protection and Regulation (1991:739) on certain

fees to the State's nuclear inspection shall cease to

apply.



2. Fees before July 1, 2008 has been charged by

The State's nuclear inspection or the Swedish Radiation Protection Institute

to the extent that payment has not been made prior to this date

paid to the Swedish radiation safety authority.



3. in the case of fee relating to the period prior to 1 July 2008

The Swedish radiation safety authority applying the older provisions.



2009:668



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2009.



2. the Fee referred to in section 12, for the third calendar quarter of 2009, in

the part fee has been increased by this Regulation shall be paid in

arrears after special charges.