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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a Scottish Statutory Instrument: The Waste Management Licensing (Scotland) Regulations 2011 No. 228
23.—(1) This regulation applies to an exempt activity falling within paragraph 45(1) or (2) of Schedule 1.
(2) In relation to an exempt activity to which this regulation applies, the appropriate registration authority must enter the relevant particulars in the register in relation to an establishment or undertaking only if—
(a)it receives notice of them in writing;
(b)that notice is provided by that establishment or undertaking;
(c)that notice is accompanied by a plan of each place at which any such exempt activity is or will be carried on showing—
(i)the boundaries of that place;
(ii)the locations within that place at which the exempt activity is or is to be carried on;
(iii)the location and specifications of any such impermeable pavements or drainage systems as are mentioned in paragraph 45(1)(c) or (2)(f) or (g) of Schedule 1; and
(iv)the location of any such secure containers as are mentioned in paragraph 45(2)(e) of Schedule 1;
(d)in the case of waste motor vehicles, it has first verified, further to its inspection of each such place—
(i)the type of waste to be treated;
(ii)the quantities of waste to be treated;
(iii)the technical and any other requirements relevant to the site; and
(iv)the safety precautions to be taken
in order to achieve the objectives referred to in Article 13 of the Directive; and
(e)that notice is also accompanied by payment of the charge prescribed for the purpose by a charging scheme under section 41 of the 1995 Act in respect of each such place where any such exempt activity is carried on.
(3) Registration of an exempt activity involving waste motor vehicles under paragraph (2) continues subject to a requirement that verification of the matters mentioned in paragraph (2)(d) upon inspection is made annually in respect of the activity.
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