(1) In this regulation approved disposal site means an area of land or place approved, for the disposal of radioactive materials, by both (a) the Director of Environmental Management appointed under section 18 of the Environmental Management and Pollution Control Act 1994 ; and(b) the relevant local government authority;prescribed radiation apparatus means a radiation apparatus which a person must not possess other than in accordance with a licence.(2) A person must not dispose of any radioactive material or prescribed radiation apparatus in (a) a natural or artificial waterway except in accordance with regulations 20 , 21 , 22 and 23 ; or(b) an inland body of water; or(c) the sea.Penalty: Fine not exceeding 500 penalty units.(3) A person must not dispose of any radioactive material to which the Disposal Code applies except in accordance with the Disposal Code and (a) at an approved disposal site; or(b) into the atmosphere in a manner approved by the Director of Public Health; or(c) by disposal into a sewer in accordance with regulations 20 , 21 , 22 and 23 .Penalty: Fine not exceeding 250 penalty units.(4) As soon as practicable after a person discontinues using a sealed source, the person must dispose of it in a method approved by the Director of Public Health if (a) no further use for the sealed source by any other person is foreseen; or(b) the sealed source is no longer permitted to be used.Penalty: Fine not exceeding 500 penalty units.(5) A person must not dispose of a prescribed radiation apparatus other than (a) by (i) hiring out or leasing the radiation apparatus; or(ii) transferring the ownership or custody of, or the responsibility for, the radiation apparatus; or(b) in a manner that renders the radiation apparatus incapable of operation and unable to be reassembled or repaired so as to emit radiation.Penalty: Fine not exceeding 250 penalty units.