36.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), in connection with the assignment or supply of a code for a consignment or a carrier’s round in accordance with regulation 22(1), the Department shall require payment of a fee of—
(a)£10 in respect of a code relating to a consignment, or a round, which consists entirely of lead acid batteries;
(b)£24 in other cases.
(2) The Department shall not require payment of a fee where the code is assigned or supplied in connection with—
(a)a second or subsequent carrier’s round in a succession of such rounds in which a single vehicle is used and in respect of which—
(i)the carrier is also the consignee in relation to every consignment in all the rounds;
(ii)no more than one consignment is collected from any consignor during the succession;
(iii)the total weight of hazardous waste collected in each round does not exceed 400 kg; and
(iv)the time between the collection of the first consignment on the first round in the succession and the delivery of the last consignment to the place to which it is to be transported is no more than one week.
(b)the removal of a single consignment of hazardous waste for the purposes set out in regulation 24(1)(b) provided that the person to whom the product or material was supplied is satisfied that it fails to meet any specification which he expected it to meet; or
(c)the removal of hazardous waste from a ship in a harbour area—
(i)to a conveyance for transportation to a place outside that area;
(ii)to reception facilities provided within the same harbour area; or
(iii)by pipeline to reception facilities provided outside the harbour area.
(3) Where the Department assigns or supplies a code under regulation 22(1) without the fee required under this regulation having been paid to it, the person who requested the assignment or supply shall be required to pay the fee to the Department within the period of two months beginning with the date on which the request was made.