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The Hazardous Waste Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2005

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Requirement for a new consignment note

32.—(1) This regulation applies where, in accordance with regulation 31(6)(c), a consignor proposes that a consignment be delivered to other specified premises in respect of which there is held any waste management licence necessary to authorise receipt of the waste.

(2) Before the consignment is delivered to those premises—

(a)four copies of a new consignment note shall be prepared and—

(i)on each copy Parts A and B shall be completed and the relevant code entered, including the previous code;

(ii)to each copy shall be attached a copy of any relevant previous carrier’s schedule, annotated to show which consignment was not accepted;

(b)the carrier shall complete Part C on each of those copies;

(c)the consignor, subject to paragraph (3) below—

(i)shall complete Part D on each of those copies

(ii)shall retain one copy (on which Parts A to D have been completed and the relevant codes entered); and

(iii)shall give the three remaining copies (on which Parts A to D have been completed and the relevant codes entered) to the carrier.

(3) The carrier may, where he has received written instructions from the consignor to that effect, complete Part D of each of the copies of the consignment note on behalf of the consignor, and where he does so he shall send to the consignor, the consignor’s copy (on which Parts A to D have been completed and the relevant codes entered).

(4) The carrier shall ensure that the three copies of the consignment note which he has received (or, if paragraph (3) applies, retained)—

(a)travel with the consignment; and

(b)are given to the consignee on delivery of the consignment.

(5) Subject to regulation 9, on receiving the consignment the consignee shall—

(a)complete Part E on all copies of the consignment note given to him;

(b)retain one copy;

(c)give one copy to the carrier; and

(d)forthwith furnish one copy to the Department for the place to which the consignment has been transported.

(6) The carrier shall retain the copy of the consignment note given to him by the consignee.

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