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The Controlled Waste and Duty of Care Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2013

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Household waste for which collection and disposal charges may be made

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4.—(1) Table 3 describes waste which is household waste (by virtue of Article 5(5) of the 1997 Order) or waste which is to be treated as household waste (by virtue of Article 2(2) of the 1997 Order).

(2) The third column indicates which household waste is prescribed for the purposes of Article 20(3) of the 1997 Order (cases in respect of which a charge for collection may be made).

(3) The fourth column indicates which waste must be treated as commercial waste for the purposes of the following provisions of the 1997 Order —

(a)Article 20(4) to the extent that it concerns liability to pay a reasonable charge for disposal of commercial waste and the recovery of such a charge.

Table 3

Collection and disposal charges

No.Description of household wasteCollection chargeDisposal charge
1Any article of waste which exceeds 25kg in weightYes

No, subject to entries

11 to 17

2

Any article of waste which does not fit or cannot be fitted into—

(a)

a receptacle for household waste provided in accordance with Article 21 of the 1997 Order; or

(b)

where no such receptacle is provided, a cylindrical container 750mm in diameter and 1m in length

Yes

No, subject to entries

11 to 17

3Garden wasteYes

No, subject to entries

11 to 17

4Dead domestic petsYes

No, subject to entries

11 to 17

5Waste oil or greaseYes

No, subject to entries

11 to 17

6AsbestosYes

No, subject to entries

11 to 17

7Waste which may not be put into a receptacle provided under Article 21 of the 1997 Order because of a notice served under that ArticleYes

No, subject to entries

11 to 17

8Waste from premises used wholly or mainly for public meetingsYesNo
9Clinical waste and offensive waste produced at a domestic property, a caravan or a vehicle or vessel used wholly for the purposes of living accommodationYesNo
10Waste from a residential hostel which provides accommodation only to persons with no other permanent address or who are unable to live at their permanent addressYesNo
11Waste from a Bed and BreakfastYesNo
12Waste from a charity shop selling donated goods originating from domestic propertyYesYes, but only to the extent that the waste originated from non-domestic property
13

Waste from premises occupied by—

(a)

a community interest company (being a company which is registered as such with the registrar of companies); or

(b)

a charity or other not for profit body, which collects goods for re-use or waste to prepare for re-use from domestic property

YesYes, but only to the extent that the waste originated from non-domestic property
14Litter collected under Article 7(1)(e) of the 1994 OrderYesYes
15Waste from a residential home or land belonging to or wholly or mainly used in connection with a residential homeYesYes
16Waste from premises forming part of a university, school or other educational establishmentYesYes
17Waste from premises forming part of a hospital or nursing home (except for waste from a residential hostel forming such part which provides accommodation only to persons with no other permanent address)YesYes
18Waste from Prisons, Borstals or other such penal institutionYesYes

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