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Regulation 8

SCHEDULE 1NEW SCHEDULE 3 TO THE WASTE MANAGEMENT LICENSING REGULATIONS 1994

This schedule has no associated Executive Note

Regulation 1(3) and 17

SCHEDULE 3ACTIVITIES EXEMPT FROM WASTE MANAGEMENT LICENSING

1.(1) The use, under an authorisation granted under Part I of the 1990 Act, of waste glass as part of a process within Part B of Section 3.5 (glass manufacture and production) of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations if the total quantity of waste glass so used in that process does not exceed 600,000 tonnes in any period of twelve months.

(2) The use, under a permit granted under the 2000 Regulations, of waste glass as part of an activity within Part B of Section 3.3 (the manufacture of glass and glass fibre) of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations if the total quantity of waste glass so used in that activity does not exceed 600,000 tonnes in any period of twelve months.

(3) The storage, at the place where the activity is carried out, of any waste which is intended to be used in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1) or (2).

2.(1) The operation, under a permit granted under the 2000 Regulations, of a scrap metal furnace with a design holding capacity of less than 25 tonnes to the extent that it is or forms part of an activity within paragraph (a) or (d) of Part B of Section 2.1 (ferrous metals) or paragraph (a) or (b) of Part B of Section 2.2 (non ferrous metals) of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations.

(2) The loading or unloading of such a furnace in connection with its operation in a manner covered by the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1).

(3) The storage, at the place where such a furnace is located (but not in cases where that place is used for carrying on business as a scrap metal dealer) of scrap metal intended to be submitted to an operation covered by the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1).

3.  The carrying on of any of the following operations–

(a)burning as a fuel, under an authorisation granted under Part I of the 1990 Act or a permit granted under the 2000 Regulations, of–

(i)straw, poultry litter or wood;

(ii)waste oil listed in Table 1B (including waste oil which is special waste); or

(iii)solid fuel which has been manufactured from waste by a process involving the application of heat,

to the extent that it is or forms part of a process within Part B of any Section of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations or an activity within Part B of any Section of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations;

(b)the secure storage on any premises of any wastes mentioned in sub paragraph (a), other than waste oil, which are intended to be burned as mentioned in that sub paragraph, and the feeding of such wastes into an appliance in which they are to be so burned;

(c)the secure storage of waste oil listed in Table 1B (including waste oil which is special waste) at the place where it is produced for a period not exceeding 12 months if the waste oil is intended to be submitted to an operation covered by the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (a); and provided that the total volume of that oil does not at any time exceed 23,000 litres;

(d)burning as a fuel, under an authorisation granted under Part I of the 1990 Act or a permit granted under the 2000 Regulations, of tyres to the extent that it is or forms part of a process within Part B of Section 1.3 of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations or an activity within Part B of Section 1.1 of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations, and the shredding and feeding of tyres into an appliance in which they are to be so burned;

(e)the secure storage on any premises of tyres where–

(i)the tyres are intended to be submitted to an operation covered by the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (d);

(ii)the tyres are stored separately;

(iii)none of the tyres is stored on the premises for longer than 12 months; and

(iv)the number of the tyres stored on the premises does not at any time exceed 1,000.

Table 1B

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Includes special waste.

Waste hydraulic oils (13 01)

13 01 09**Mineral based chlorinated hydraulic oils
13 01 10**Mineral based non chlorinated hydraulic oils
13 01 11**Synthetic hydraulic oils
13 01 12**Readily biodegradable hydraulic oils
13 01 13**Other hydraulic oils

Waste engine, gear and lubricating oils (13 02)

13 02 04**Mineral-based chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 05**Mineral-based non chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 06**Synthetic engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 07**Readily biodegradable engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 08**Other engine, gear and lubricating oils

Waste insulating and heat transmission oils (13 03)

13 03 06**Mineral based chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils other than those mentioned in 13 03 01 (insulating or heat transmission oils containing PCBs)
13 03 07**Mineral based non-chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 08**Synthetic insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 09**Readily biodegradable insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 10**Other insulating and heat transmission oils

Bilge oils (13 04)

13 04 01**Bilge oils from inland navigation
13 04 02**Bilge oils from jetty sewers
13 04 03**Bilge oils from other navigation

Waste of liquid fuels (13 07)

13 07 01**Fuel oil and diesel
13 07 02**Petrol
13 07 03**Other fuels (including mixtures)

4.(1) The cleaning, washing, spraying or coating of waste consisting of packaging or containers so that it or they can be reused if the total quantity of such waste so dealt with at any place does not exceed 1,000 tonnes in any period of seven days.

(2) The storage of waste in connection with the carrying on of any activities described in sub paragraph (1) if that storage is at the place where the activity is carried on unless–

(a)the total quantity of such waste stored at that place exceeds 1,000 tonnes; or

(b)more than one tonne of metal containers used for the transport or storage of any chemical are dealt with in any period of seven days.

5.(1) Burning waste as a fuel in an appliance if the appliance has a net rated thermal input of less than 0.4 megawatts or, where the appliance is used together with (whether or not it is operated simultaneously with) other appliances, the aggregate net rated thermal input of all the appliances is less than 0.4 megawatts.

(2) The secure storage of waste intended to be submitted to such burning.

(3) In this paragraph, “net rated thermal input” means the rate at which fuel can be burned at the maximum continuous rating of the appliance multiplied by the net calorific value of the fuel and expressed as megawatts thermal.

(4) The recovery, from waste vegetable oils (within category 20 01 25 of the European Waste Catalogue), of fuel for use in an engine of an aircraft, hovercraft, mechanically propelled vehicle, railway locomotive, ship or other vessel, or in appliances described in sub paragraph (1).

(5) The secure storage of–

(a)such waste vegetable oil prior to the carrying out of the fuel recovery process, and

(b)waste produced by the fuel recovery process.

(6) Sub paragraph (4) or, as the case may be, (5) applies only where–

(a)the fuel recovery process is conducted in equipment manufactured for this purpose;

(b)the total quantity of waste (including waste produced by the fuel recovery process) stored at any one time does not exceed 23,000 litres;

(c)no waste is stored for longer than 12 months;

(d)waste produced by the fuel recovery process is stored at the place where it is produced;

(e)accurate records (including information about sources, volumes and destinations) are maintained by the holder and processor of both the waste vegetable oil and the recovered fuel; and

(f)the fuel recovery process is not carried out for commercial purposes on an industrial scale, and in any case no more than 200 tonnes of recovered fuel is produced by the fuel recovery process in any calendar year.

6.(1) Burning waste oil listed in Table 1B (including waste oil which is special waste) as a fuel in an engine of an aircraft, hovercraft, mechanically propelled vehicle, railway locomotive, ship or other vessel if the total amount burned of such waste does not exceed 2,500 litres an hour in any one engine.

(2) The secure storage of waste oil (including waste oil which is special waste) intended to be so burned if the total quantity of oil stored does not at any time exceed 23,000 litres.

7.(1) The treatment with any of the wastes listed in Table 2 of land used for agriculture where such treatment results in benefit to agriculture or ecological improvement.

(2) The treatment with any of the wastes listed in Part I of Table 2 of–

(a)operational land of a railway, light railway, Scottish Water or British Waterways; or

(b)land which is a forest, woodland, park, garden, verge, landscaped area, sports ground, recreation ground, churchyard or cemetery;

where the land in question is not used for agriculture and such treatment results in ecological improvement.

Table 2

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Wastes containing dangerous substances are not included.

***

The wastes listed do not include all of the wastes specified in the European Waste Catalogue under the code referred to.

PART I

Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, forestry, hunting and fishing (02 01)

02 01 03Plant-tissue waste

Wastes from sugar processing (02 04)

02 04 01Soil from cleaning and washing beet

Wastes from wood processing and the production of panels and furniture (03 01)

03 01 01Waste bark and cork
03 01 05Sawdust shavings, cuttings, wood, particle board***

Wastes from pulp, paper and cardboard production and processing (03 03)

03 03 01Waste bark and wood (including virgin pulp)

Soil (including excavated soil from contaminated sites), stones and dredging spoil (17 05)

17 05 04Soil and stones**
17 05 06Dredging spoil***

Wastes from aerobic treatment of solid wastes (19 05)

19 05 03Off-specification compost consisting only of biodegradable waste***

Garden and park wastes (including cemetery waste) (20 02)

20 02 01Biodegradable waste
20 02 02Soil and stones

PART II

Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, forestry, hunting and fishing (02 01)

02 01 99Straw, wood or paper-based bedding waste, slurry or dirty water from stables, zoos, animal parks or livestock markets, animal faeces, urine and manure***

Wastes from the preparation and processing of meat, fish and other foods of animal origin (02 02)

02 02 03Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing consisting of blood and gut contents from abattoirs, poultry preparation plants or fish preparation plants; wash waters and sludges from abattoirs, poultry preparation plants or fish preparation plants; and shells from shellfish processing***
02 03Wastes from fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco preparation and processing; conserve production; yeast and yeast extract production, molasses preparation and fermentation– all wastes under this category
02 04Wastes from sugar processing– all wastes under this category
02 05Wastes from production of dairy products***
02 06Wastes from the baking and confectionary industry – all wastes under this category
02 07Wastes from the production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (except coffee, tea and cocoa)– all wastes under this category

Wastes from pulp, paper and cardboard production and processing (03 03)

03 03 01Waste bark and wood (including virgin pulp)
03 03 09Lime mud waste
03 03 11Sludges from on-site effluent treatment plants treating only virgin paper wastes which contain no inks***
03 03 99De-inked paper sludge from paper recycling, paper crumble derived from virgin pulp which contains no inks***

Wastes from the leather and fur industry (04 01)

04 01 07Sludges, in particular from on-site effluent treatment free of chromium

Wastes from the textile industry (04 02)

04 02 10Organic matter from natural products (for example grease, wax)
04 02 15Wastes from finishing other than those containing organic solvents
04 02 20Sludges from on-site effluent treatment**
04 02 21Wastes from unprocessed textile fibres
04 02 22Wastes from processed textile fibres

Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use (MFSU) of acids (06 01)

06 01 99Gypsum***

Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of fine chemicals and chemical products not otherwise specified (07 07)

07 07 12Sludges from on site effluent treatment other than those containing dangerous substances

Wastes from power stations and other combustion plants (except wastes from waste management facilities, off site waste water treatment plants and the preparation of water intended for human consumption and water for industrial use) (10 01)

10 01 99Gypsum***

Wastes from manufacture of cement, lime and plaster and articles and products made from them (10 13)

10 13 04Gypsum***

Soil (including excavated soil from contaminated sites), stones and dredging spoil (17 05)

17 05 06Dredging spoil***

Wastes from anaerobic treatment of waste (19 06)

19 06 03Liquor from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste
19 06 04Digestate from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste
19 06 05Liquor from anaerobic treatment of animal and vegetable waste
19 06 06Digestate from anaerobic treatment of animal and vegetable waste

Wastes from the preparation of water intended for human consumption or water for industrial use (19 09)

19 09 02Sludges from water clarification

(3) The secure storage, at the place where it is to be used, of not more than 1250 tonnes of waste intended to be used in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1) or (2), provided that–

(a)the waste is stored at a distance of not less than–

(i)10 metres from any inland or coastal waters;

(ii)50 metres from any well, borehole or similar work sunk into underground strata for the purpose of any water supply other than a domestic water supply; or

(iii)250 metres from any well, borehole or similar work sunk into underground strata for the purpose of a domestic water supply; and

(b)no waste is stored to the extent that the volume stored exceeds ninety per cent of the available capacity of the container or lagoon where the storage takes place.

(4) Sub paragraph (1) or (2) applies only if–

(a)no more than 250 tonnes or, in the case of dredgings from inland waters, 5,000 tonnes of waste per hectare are used on the land in any period of 12 months;

(b)the land to be treated by the waste does not exceed 50 hectares;

(c)the waste to be used has not been mixed with any material which does not itself provide benefit to agriculture or ecological improvement; and

(d)in the case of materials within category 02 02 03 of the European Waste Catalogue, as listed in Part II of Table 2 above, the waste is treated in accordance with the Animal By-Products (Scotland) Regulations 2003(1) and Regulation (EC) No. 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3rd October 2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption(2).

(5) In this paragraph “domestic water supply” means a supply of water–

(a)for such domestic purposes as consist in or include, cooking, drinking, food preparation or washing; or

(b)for any of these domestic purposes to premises in which food is produced.

8.(1) The storage in a secure container or lagoon (or, in the case of dewatered sludge, in a secure place) of sludge which is intended to be used–

(a)in accordance with the 1989 Regulations; or

(b)for land treatment in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (2).

(2) The treatment with sludge of land which is not agricultural land within the meaning of the 1989 Regulations if–

(a)it results in ecological improvement, or in the case of the treatment of land used for non-food crops not grown in short term rotation with food crops, it enhances the growth of those crops; and

(b)it does not cause the concentration in the soil of any of the elements listed in column 1 of the soil table set out in Schedule 2 to the 1989 Regulations to exceed the limit specified in the corresponding entry in column 2 of the table.

(3) Sub paragraph (1) applies only if the following conditions are satisfied:–

(a)the sludge is stored at the place where it is to be used;

(b)the sludge is stored at a distance of not less than–

(i)10 metres from any inland or coastal waters;

(ii)50 metres from any well, borehole or similar work sunk into underground strata for the purpose of any water supply other than a domestic water supply; and

(iii)250 metres from any well, borehole or similar work sunk into underground strata for the purpose of a domestic water supply;

(c)no sludge is stored to the extent that the volume stored exceeds ninety per cent of the available capacity of the container or lagoon where the storage takes place; and

(d)no sludge is stored for longer than 6 months.

(4) For the purpose of this paragraph, enhancement of crop growth or ecological improvement shall be construed in accordance with Part 2 of Schedule 3A to, and any guidance issued under regulation 17(9) of, these Regulations.

(5) In this paragraph–

(a)“the 1989 Regulations” means the Sludge (Use in Agriculture) Regulations 1989(3) (“the 1989 Regulations”);

(b)“sludge” has the meaning given by regulation 2(1) of the 1989 Regulations, and “used”, in relation to sludge, has the meaning given by that regulation; and

(c)“domestic water supply” means a supply of water–

(i)for such domestic purposes as consist in or include, cooking, drinking, food preparation or washing; or

(ii)for any of these domestic purposes to premises in which food is produced.

9.(1) Subject to the following provisions of this paragraph–

(a)the treatment of land with any of the wastes listed in Part I of Table 2A;

(b)the treatment of land with any of the wastes listed in Part II of that Table where such treatment results in benefit to agriculture or ecological improvement;

(c)the secure storage, at the place where it is to be used and for a period not exceeding 6 months, of waste intended to be used in reliance upon the exemption conferred by paragraph (a) or (b).

Table 2A

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Wastes containing dangerous substances are not included.

***

The wastes listed do not include all of the wastes specified in the European Waste Catalogue under the code referred to.

PART I

Wastes from physical and chemical processing of non-metalliferous minerals (01 04)

01 04 08Waste gravel and crushed rocks**
01 04 09Waste sand and clays

Wastes from sugar processing (02 04)

02 04 01Soil from cleaning and washing beet

Wastes from power stations and other combustion plants (except wastes from waste management facilities, off-site waste water treatment plants and the preparation of water intended for human consumption and water for industrial use) (10 01)

10 01 01Pulverised fuel ash***

Wastes from manufacture of ceramic goods, bricks, tiles and construction products (10 12)

10 12 08Waste ceramics, bricks, tiles and construction products (after thermal processing)

Wastes from manufacture of cement, lime and plaster and articles and products made from them (10 13)

10 13 14Waste concrete and concrete sludge

Concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics (17 01)

17 01 01Concrete
17 01 02Bricks
17 01 03Tiles and ceramics
17 01 07Mixtures of concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics**

Soil (including excavated soil from contaminated sites), stones and dredging spoil (17 05)

17 05 08Track ballast**

Wastes arising from waste water treatment plants not otherwise specified (19 08)

19 08 99Wastes not otherwise specified (specifically stone filter media)

Wastes from the preparation of water intended for human consumption or water for industrial use (19 09)

19 09 99Wastes not otherwise specified (specifically slow sand filter sand)

Wastes from the mechanical treatment of waste (for example. sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletising) not otherwise specified (19 12)

19 12 09Minerals (for example sand, stones)

Wastes from soil and groundwater remediation (19 13)

19 13 02Solid waste from soil remediation**

Garden and park wastes (including cemetery waste) (20 02)

20 02 02Soil and stones

PART II

Wastes from pulp, paper and cardboard production and processing (03 03)

03 03 05De-inked sludges from paper recycling
03 03 07De-inked paper pulp from paper recycling***
03 03 09Lime mud waste

Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of fine chemicals and chemical products not otherwise specified (07 07)

07 07 12Sludges from on site effluent treatment other than those containing dangerous substances

Soil (including excavated soil from contaminated sites), stones and dredging spoil (17 05)

17 05 04Soil and stones**
17 05 06Dredging spoil**

Wastes from aerobic treatment of solid wastes (19 05)

19 05 03Off-specification compost consisting only of biodegradable waste***

Wastes from waste water treatment plants not otherwise specified (19 08)

19 08 05Sludges from treatment of urban waste water
19 08 99Wastes not otherwise specified (specifically stone filter media)

Wastes from the preparation of water intended for human consumption or water for industrial use (19 09)

19 09 02Sludges from water clarification
19 09 99Wastes not otherwise specified (specifically slow sand filter sand)

Wastes from soil and groundwater remediation (19 13)

19 13 04Sludges from soil remediation**

(2) Sub paragraph (1) does not apply to the use of waste at a site designed or adapted for the final disposal of waste by landfill at any time when such disposal is the subject of a waste management licence or a permit granted under regulation 7 of the 2000 Regulations.

(3) Sub paragraph (1) applies only where–

(a)the waste is used for the purpose of reclamation, restoration or improvement of land which has been subject to industrial or other man made development;

(b)the waste is suitable for use for the purposes mentioned in sub paragraph (a);

(c)the waste is used in accordance with the requisite planning permission (if any);

(d)the waste is used to a depth not exceeding the lesser of 2 metres or the final cross sections shown on the plan submitted under regulation 18(8) of these Regulations; and

(e)the waste used does not exceed 20,000 cubic metres per hectare.

10.(1) Subject to sub paragraph (4)–

(a)the reception and treatment within the curtilage of a water treatment works of any of the wastes listed in Table 3 if the total quantity of waste which is treated in any period of 12 months does not exceed 100,000 cubic metres; and

(b)the secure storage within the curtilage of a water treatment works of waste intended to be treated in reliance on the exemption conferred by paragraph (a).

(2) Subject to the following provisions of this paragraph–

(a)any recovery operation carried on within the curtilage of a sewage treatment works of any of the wastes listed in Table 3;

(b)the secure storage within the curtilage of a sewage treatment works of waste intended to be submitted to the activity mentioned in paragraph (a).

Table 3

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

Waste from waste water treatment plants not otherwise specified (19 08)

19 08 01Screenings
19 08 05Sludges from treatment of urban waste water

Wastes from the preparation of water intended for human consumption or water for industrial use (19 09)

19 09 02Sludges from water clarification
19 09 03Sludges from decarbonation
19 09 06Solutions and sludges from regeneration of ion exchangers

Other municipal wastes (20 03)

20 03 04Septic tank sludge
20 03 99Municipal waste not otherwise specified

(3) The total quantity of waste brought to a sewage treatment works for the purposes of a recovery operation in reliance upon the exemption covered by sub paragraph (2) in any period of 12 months shall not exceed 100,000 cubic metres.

(4) The area where a treatment or recovery operation takes place shall have an impermeable pavement capable of containing any spillage of waste received and connected to a drainage system with impermeable components which does not leak and which will ensure that–

(a)no liquid will run off the pavement otherwise than via that system; and

(b)except where they may be lawfully discharged, all liquids entering the system are collected in a sealed sump.

11.  Carrying on at any place, in respect of waste of a kind listed in column 1 of Table 3A, any of the activities specified in column 2 of that Table in relation to that kind of waste where–

(a)the activity is carried on with a view to the recovery or reuse of the waste (whether or not by the person carrying on the activity listed in column 2 of that Table); and

(b)the total quantity of any particular kind of waste dealt with at that place does not in any period of 7 days exceed the limit specified in relation to that kind of waste in column 3 of that Table.

Table 3A

Kind of waste

Activities

Maximum total quantity (tonnes per week)

Waste paper or cardboardBaling, sorting or shredding3,000
Waste textilesBaling, sorting or shredding100
Waste plasticBaling, sorting, shredding, densifying or washing100
Waste glassSorting, crushing or washing1,000
Waste steel cans, aluminium cans or aluminium foilSorting, crushing, pulverising, shredding, compacting or baling100
Waste food or drink cartonsSorting, crushing, pulverising, shredding, compacting or baling100
Waste tyresBaling, sorting or shredding100

12.(1) Subject to sub paragraphs (3) and (4)–

(a)composting biodegradable waste of a type listed in Table 3B, other than for the purpose of cultivating mushrooms;

(b)chipping, shredding, cutting, pulverising, screening or storing such waste for the purpose of composting at the place where the composting activity is, or is to be, carried out; and

(c)screening any such waste which has been composted.

Table 3B

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Wastes containing dangerous substances are not included.

***

The wastes listed do not include all of the wastes specified in the European Waste Catalogue under the code referred to.

Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, forestry, hunting and fishing (02 01)

02 01 03Plant-tissue waste
02 01 06Animal faeces, urine and manure (including spoiled straw)***
02 01 07Wastes from forestry
02 01 99Straw, wood or paper – based bedding waste, slurry or dirty water from stables, zoos, animal parks or livestock markets***

Wastes from fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco preparation and processing; conserve production; yeast and yeast extract production, molasses preparation and fermentation (02 03)

02 03 01Sludges from washing, cleaning, peeling, centrifuging and separation

Wastes from wood processing and the production of panels and furniture (03 01)

03 01 01Waste bark and cork
03 01 05Sawdust, shavings, cuttings, wood**

Wastes from pulp, paper and cardboard production and processing (03 03)

03 03 01Waste bark and wood

Wastes from the textile industry (04 02)

04 02 10Organic matter from natural products (e.g. grease, wax)

Packaging (including separately collected municipal packaging waste) (15 01)

15 01 01Paper and cardboard packaging
15 01 03Wooden packaging
15 01 09Textile packaging

Wastes from aerobic treatment of solid wastes (19 05)

19 05 03Off-specification compost consisting only of biodegradable waste***

Separately collected fractions of municipal wastes (household waste and similar commercial, industrial and institutional wastes) (20 01)

20 01 01Paper and cardboard
20 01 08Meat excluded biodegradable kitchen and canteen waste***
20 01 10Clothes
20 01 11Textiles

Garden and park waste (including cemetery waste) (20 02)

20 02 01Biodegradable waste

Other municipal wastes (20 03)

20 03 02Botanical waste from markets***

(2) Composting any of the wastes listed in the first column of Table 3B for the purpose of cultivating mushrooms at the place where the waste is produced or where the compost is to be used, or at any other place occupied by the person producing the waste or using the compost, where the quantity of waste being composted at any one time does not exceed 2,500 tonnes.

(3) The total quantity of waste treated and stored under sub-paragraph (1) at any time shall not exceed, in relation to the composting activities referred to in the second column of Table 3C, the quantity shown in the third column of that Table.

Table 3C

Code and type of waste (as referred to in Table 3B)*

Composting activity

Maximum total quantity (including storage and treatment)

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Containment in this context means composting in a vessel, in a sealed building or by some other process equally effective to produce a wholly contained and controlled environment.

Plant tissue waste 02 01 03

Wastes from forestry 02 01 07

Waste bark and cork 03 01 01

Biodegradable waste from gardens and park wastes (including cemetery waste 20 02 01)

Open air windrow composting without containment** and without any impermeable pavement or sealed drainage400 Tonnes
All above wastes namely 02 01 03, 02 01 07, 03 01 01, 20 02 01 plus 02 01 06, 15 01 01, 15 01 09, 20 01 10 and 20 01 11Open air windrow composting without containment** on an impermeable pavement with sealed drainage400 Tonnes
Any type of waste referred to in Table 3BComposting with containment** of waste400 Tonnes

Plant tissue waste 02 01 03

Wastes from forestry 02 01 07

Waste bark and cork 03 01 01

Biodegradable waste from gardens and park wastes (including cemetery waste) 20 02 01

Open air windrow composting by a farm business of wastes arising within that business as defined for the purposes of the Integrated Administration and Control System for farm support without containment** and without any impermeable pavement or sealed drainage1,000 Tonnes
All above wastes namely 02 01 03, 02 01 07, 03 01 01, 20 02 01 plus 02 01 06, 15 01 01, 15 01 09, 20 01 10 and 20 01 11Open air composting by a farm business of wastes arising within that business as defined for the purposes of the Integrated Administration and Control System for farm support without containment** on an impermeable pavement with sealed drainage1,000 Tonnes
Any type of waste referred to in Table 3BComposting by a farm business of wastes arising within that business as defined for the purposes of the Integrated Administration and Control System for farm support with containment** of waste1,000 Tonnes

(4) The secure storage of biodegradable waste which is to be composted in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1) at a place other than the place where such composting is or is to be carried out where–

(a)the waste is stored for a period not exceeding 48 hours and is to be taken directly from the storage site to that place;

(b)such storage is part of a scheme for the collection of waste from groups of premises; and

(c)the total quantity of waste so stored does not exceed 10 tonnes.

(5) For the purposes of this paragraph–

(a)“composting” means the autothermic and thermophilic biological decomposition and stabilisation of biodegradable waste under controlled aerobic conditions that result in a stable sanitised material that can be applied to land for the benefit of agriculture, horticulture or ecological improvement; and

(b)the reference to “treated” waste includes waste which is undergoing maturation.

13.(1) The manufacture from–

(a)waste which arises from demolition or construction work or tunnelling or other excavations; or

(b)waste which consists of ash, slag, clinker, rock, wood, bark, paper, straw, crushed glass or gypsum,

of timber products, straw board, plasterboard, bricks, blocks, roadstone, soil, soil substitutes or aggregate.

(2) The treatment of waste soil or rock which, when treated, is to be spread on land under paragraph 7 or 9, if–

(a)it is carried out at the place where the waste is produced or the treated product is to be spread; and

(b)the total amount treated at that place in any day does not exceed 100 tonnes.

(3) The storage of waste which is to be submitted to any of the activities mentioned in sub paragraphs (1) and (2) if–

(a)the waste is stored at the place where the activity is to be carried out; and

(b)the total quantity of waste stored at that place at any time does not exceed–

(i)in the case of the manufacture of roadstone from road planings, 50,000 tonnes; or

(ii)in any other case, 20,000 tonnes.

14.(1) The manufacture of finished goods from any of the following kinds of waste, namely waste metal, plastic, glass, ceramics, rubber, textiles, wood, paper or cardboard.

(2) The repair or refurbishment of waste goods if the activity is carried on with a view to the reuse of those goods for their original purpose.

(3) The storage of any waste intended to be used in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1), or, as the case may be, (2), if–

(a)the waste is stored at the place where the manufacturing, repairing or refurbishment activity is to be carried out; and

(b)the total quantity of any particular kind of waste listed in sub-paragraph (1) stored at that place at any time does not exceed 15,000 tonnes.

15.(1) The beneficial use of waste if–

(a)it is put to that use without further treatment; and

(b)that use of the waste does not involve its disposal.

(2) The storage of waste intended to be used in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1) above insofar as that storage does not amount to disposal of the waste.

(3) This paragraph does not apply to the use or storage of waste if that activity is covered by an exemption conferred by paragraph 7, 8, 9, 19 or 25, or would be so covered but for any condition or limitation to which that exemption is subject by virtue of any provision contained in the paragraph by which that exemption is conferred.

16.(1) The use of compacted and securely baled tyres in engineering works.

(2) The storage of compacted and securely baled tyres for use in such works, where–

(a)the baled tyres are intended for an identifiable project; and

(b)the amount of baled tyres stored at any time is less than that required to complete that project.

17.(1) The storage in a secure place on any premises of waste of a kind described in column 1 of Table 4 if–

(a)the total quantity of that kind of waste stored on those premises at any time does not exceed the quantity specified in column 2 of that Table in relation to that kind of waste;

(b)the waste is to be reused, or used for the purposes of–

(i)an activity described in paragraph 11; or

(ii)any other recovery operation;

(c)each kind of waste listed in the Table stored on the premises is kept separately; and

(d)no waste is stored on the premises for longer than 12 months.

Table 4

Kind of waste

Maximum total quantity

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Includes special waste.

Waste paper or cardboard15,000 tonnes
Waste textiles1,000 tonnes
Waste plastics500 tonnes
Waste glass5,000 tonnes
Waste steel cans, aluminium cans or aluminium foil500 tonnes
Waste food or drink cartons500 tonnes
Waste articles which are to be used for construction work which are capable of being so used in their existing state100 tonnes
Solvents within Codes* 14 06 02**, 14 06 03** and 20 01 13**5 cubic metres
Batteries within Codes* 20 01 33** and 20 01 345 cubic metres
Refrigerants and halons within Code* 14 06 01** (chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC and HFC)18 tonnes
Tyres1,000 tyres
Waste mammalian protein60,000 tonnes
Waste mammalian tallow45,000 tonnes

(2) In this paragraph–

“mammalian protein” means proteinaceous material, and

“mammalian tallow” means fat, which in each case is derived from the whole or part of any dead mammal by a process of crushing, cooking or grinding.

18.(1) The secure storage on any premises of waste of a kind described in sub paragraph (2) below if–

(a)the storage capacity of the container or containers does not exceed 400 cubic metres in total;

(b)in the case of waste oil or waste vegetable oil listed in Table 4A, the storage capacity of any container or containers used for its storage does not exceed 3 cubic metres in total, and provision is made to prevent oil escaping into the ground or a drain;

(c)there are no more than 20 containers on those premises;

(d)the waste will be reused, or used for the purposes of–

(i)any activity described in paragraph 11 carried on at those premises; or

(ii)any other recovery activity;

(e)each kind of waste described in sub paragraph (2) stored on the premises is separately stored;

(f)no waste is stored on the premises for longer than 12 months; and

(g)the person storing the waste is the owner of the container or containers or has the consent of the owner of the container or containers to use them for that purpose.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) above applies to the following kinds of waste–

(a)any waste described in paragraph 17 other than waste solvents (within categories 14 06 02, 14 06 03 and 20 01 13 of the European Waste Catalogue), refrigerants or halons;

(b)waste oil or waste vegetable oil listed in Table 4A (including oil which is special waste).

Table 4A

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Includes special waste.

Waste hydraulic oils (13 01)

13 01 09**Mineral-based chlorinated hydraulic oils
13 01 10**Mineral based non-chlorinated hydraulic oils
13 01 11**Synthetic hydraulic oils
13 01 12**Readily biodegradable hydraulic oils
13 01 13**Other hydraulic oils

Waste engine, gear and lubricating oils (13 02)

13 02 04**Mineral-based chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 05**Mineral-based non-chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 06**Synthetic engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 07**Readily biodegradable engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 08**Other engine, gear and lubricating oils

Waste insulating and heat transmission oils (13 03)

13 03 06**Mineral-based chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils other than those mentioned in 13 03 01 (insulating or heat transmission oils containing PCBs)
13 03 07**Mineral-based non-chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 08**Synthetic insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 09**Readily biodegradable insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 10**Other insulating and heat transmission oils

Bilge oils (13 04)

13 04 01**Bilge oils from inland navigation
13 04 02**Bilge oils from jetty sewers
13 04 03**Bilge oils from other navigation

Waste of liquid fuels (13 07)

13 07 01**Fuel oil and diesel
13 07 02**Petrol
13 07 03**Other fuels (including mixtures)

Separately collected fractions (except 15 01) (20 01)

20 01 25Edible oil and fat

19.(1) The storage on a site of any of the wastes listed in Table 4B, if–

(a)the waste in question is suitable for use for the purposes of relevant work which will be carried on at the site;

(b)in the case of waste which is not produced on the site, it is not stored there for longer than 6 months; and

(c)no more than 50,000 tonnes of the waste is stored on the site at any time.

Table 4B

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Wastes containing dangerous substances are not included.

***

The wastes listed do not include all of the wastes specified in the European Waste Catalogue under the code referred to.

Wastes from physical and chemical processing of non-metalliferous minerals (01 04)

01 04 08Waste gravel and crushed rocks**
01 04 09Waste sand and clays

Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, forestry, hunting and fishing (02 01)

02 01 99Clean shells***

Wastes from sugar processing (02 04)

02 04 01Soil from cleaning and washing beet

Wastes from power stations and other combustion plants (except wastes from waste management facilities, off-site waste water treatment plants and the preparation of water intended for human consumption and water for industrial use ) (10 01)

10 01 01Pulverised fuel ash***
10 01 99Gypsum***

Wastes from the iron and steel industry (10 02)

10 02 02Unprocessed slag

Wastes from casting of ferrous pieces (10 09)

10 09 03Furnace slag

Waste from casting of non ferrous pieces (10 10)

10 10 03Furnace slag

Wastes from manufacture of ceramic goods, bricks, tiles and construction products (10 12)

10 12 08Waste ceramics, bricks, tiles and construction products (after thermal processing)

Wastes from manufacture of cement, lime and plaster and articles and products made from them (10 13)

10 13 14Waste concrete and concrete sludge

End-of-life vehicles from different means of transport (including off-road machinery) and wastes from dismantling of end-of-life vehicles and vehicle maintenance (except 13, 14, 16 06 and 16 08) (16 01)

16 01 03End-of-life tyres

Concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics (17 01)

17 01 01Concrete
17 01 02Bricks
17 01 03Tiles and ceramics
17 01 07Mixtures of concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics**

Bituminous mixtures, coal tar and tarred products (17 03)

17 03 02Road base and road planings***

Soil (including excavated soil from contaminated sites), stones and dredging spoil (17 05)

17 05 04Soil and stones***
17 05 06Dredging spoil**
17 05 08Track ballast**

Wastes from incineration or pyrolysis of waste (19 01)

19 01 12Bottom ash and slag**

Wastes from the mechanical treatment of waste (for example sorting, crushing, compacting pelletising not otherwise specified) (19 12)

19 12 09Minerals (for example sand, stones)

Wastes from soil and groundwater remediation (19 13)

19 13 02Solid waste from soil remediation**

Garden and park wastes (including cemetery waste) (20 02)

20 02 02Soil and stones

(2) The use of waste of a kind mentioned in paragraph (1) for the purposes of relevant work if–

(a)the waste is suitable for use for those purposes;

(b)the waste is used to a depth not exceeding the dimensions of the final cross sections shown on the plan submitted under regulation 18(8) of these Regulations; and

(c)in the case of clean shells (within category 02 01 99 of the European Waste Catalogue), the shells from shellfish processing are treated in accordance with the Animal By Products (Scotland) Regulations 2003(4) and Regulation (EC) No. 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3rd October 2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by products not intended for human consumption(5).

(3) In this paragraph, “relevant work” means the use of waste–

(a)for the construction, maintenance or improvement of–

(i)a building, road, railway, airport, dock or other transport facility;

(ii)recreational facilities; or

(iii)drainage; or

(b)for engineering works relating to or adjacent to any part of the water environment,

but does not include work involving land reclamation.

(4) In sub paragraph 3(a), the reference to “drainage” is a reference to drainage works within the meaning of the Land Drainage (Scotland) Act 1958(6).

20.(1) Laundering or otherwise cleaning waste textiles with a view to their recovery or reuse.

(2) The storage of waste textiles at the place where they are to be so laundered or cleaned.

21.(1) Chipping, shredding, cutting or pulverising waste plant matter (including wood or bark), or sorting and baling sawdust or wood shavings, on any premises if–

(a)those activities are carried on for the purposes of recovery or reuse; and

(b)no more than 1,000 tonnes of such waste are dealt with on those premises in any period of 7 days.

(2) The storage of waste in connection with any activity mentioned in sub paragraph (1) at the premises where it is carried on if the total quantity of waste stored at those premises at any time does not exceed 1,000 tonnes.

22.(1) The recovery at any premises of silver from waste produced in connection with printing or photographic processing if no more than 50,000 litres of such waste are dealt with on those premises in any day.

(2) The storage at those premises of waste which is to be submitted to such a recovery operation as is mentioned in sub paragraph (1).

23.(1) The recovery of waste consisting of animal by-products at a collection centre in accordance with an authorisation under regulation 27 of the Animal By Products (Scotland) Regulations 2003(7) (“the 2003 Regulations”) if the total quantity of waste being recovered at that collection centre at any time does not exceed 50 tonnes.

(2) The secure storage of waste intended to be submitted to such treatment if no waste is stored for longer than 12 months.

(3) In this paragraph, “animal by-products” and “collection centre” have the same meaning as in the Community Regulation as defined in regulation 2(1) of the 2003 Regulations.

24.(1) Crushing, grinding or other size reduction of waste bricks, tiles or concrete, under an authorisation granted under Part I of the 1990 Act, to the extent that it is or forms part of a process within paragraph (c) of Part B of Section 3.4 (other mineral processes) of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations or under a permit under the 2000 Regulations, to the extent that it is or forms part of an activity within paragraph (a) of Part B of Section 3.5 (other mineral activities) of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations.

(2) Where any such crushing, grinding or other size reduction is carried on otherwise than at the place where the waste is produced, the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1) only applies if those activities are carried on with a view to recovery or reuse of the waste.

(3) The storage, at the place where the process is carried on or the activity is carried out, of any such waste which is intended to be so crushed, ground or otherwise reduced in size, if the total quantity of such waste so stored at that place does not at any time exceed 20,000 tonnes.

25.(1) The deposit of waste arising from dredging inland waters or public SUD systems, or from clearing plant matter from inland waters or public SUD systems, if either–

(a)the waste is deposited along the bank or towpath of the waters, or on land adjacent to the public SUD system, where the dredging or clearing takes place; or

(b)the waste is deposited along the bank or towpath of any inland waters, or on land adjacent to a public SUD system, so as to result in benefit to agriculture or ecological improvement.

(2) The total amount of waste deposited along the bank or towpath, or on land adjacent to the public SUD system, under sub paragraph (1) must not at any time exceed 50 tonnes for each metre of the bank, towpath or land along or on which it is deposited.

(3) Sub paragraph (1) does not apply to waste deposited in a container or lagoon.

(4) Sub paragraph (1)(a) only applies to the deposit of waste by an establishment or undertaking where the waste deposited is the establishment or undertaking’s own waste.

(5) The treatment by screening or dewatering of such waste as is mentioned in sub paragraph (1)–

(a)on the bank or towpath of the waters, or on land adjacent to the public SUD system, where either the dredging or clearing takes place or the waste is to be deposited, prior to its being deposited in reliance upon the exemption conferred by the foregoing provisions of this paragraph;

(b)on the bank or towpath of the waters, or on land adjacent to the public SUD system, where the dredging or clearing takes place, or at a place where the waste is to be spread, prior to its being spread in reliance upon the exemption conferred by paragraph 7(1) or (2); or

(c)in the case of waste from dredging, on the bank or towpath of the waters, or on land adjacent to the public SUD system, where the dredging takes place, or at a place where the waste is to be spread, prior to its being spread in reliance upon the exemption conferred by paragraph 9(1).

(6) In this paragraph, “public SUD system” has the same meaning as in section 59(1) of the Sewage (Scotland) Act 1968(8).

26.(1) The recovery or disposal of waste, at the place where it is produced, as an integral part of the process that produces it.

(2) The storage, at the place where it is produced, of waste which is intended to be so recovered or disposed of.

(3) Sub paragraph (1) does not apply to the final disposal of waste by deposit in or on land.

27.(1) Baling, compacting, crushing, shredding or pulverising waste at the place where it is produced.

(2) The storage, at the place where it is produced, of waste which is to be submitted to any of those operations.

28.  The use of autoclaves to sterilise waste, including special waste, as listed in Table 4C, at the place where the waste is produced, if–

(a)the autoclaves have a capacity of no more than 3 cubic metres,

(b)the autoclaves are accredited by the Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency,

(c)no more than 100 tonnes of waste is so sterilised at any one place in any one calendar month, and

(d)where the waste is special waste, it is so sterilised as part of, or as a preliminary to, a recovery operation.

Table 4C

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Includes special waste.

Wastes from natal care, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of disease in humans (18 01)

18 01 01Sharps (except 18 01 03)
18 01 02Body parts and organs including blood bags and blood preserves (except 18 01 03)
18 01 03**Wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection
18 01 04Wastes whose collection and disposal is not subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection (for example, dressings, plaster casts, linen, disposable clothing, diapers)
18 01 06**Chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances
18 01 07Chemicals other than those mentioned in 18 01 06
18 01 08**Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines
18 01 09Medicines other than those mentioned in 18 01 08
18 01 10**Amalgam waste from dental care

29.(1) The disposal of waste at the place where it is produced, by the person producing it, by burning it in an incinerator–

(a)which is an exempt incinerator for the purposes of Section 5.1 (incineration) of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations, or which is an excluded plant for the purposes of Section 5.1 of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations with a capacity of less than 50 kg per hour; or

(b)which is not an incineration plant, a co-incineration plant or an excluded plant for the purposes of Section 5.1 of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations.

(2) The secure storage at that place of any such waste intended to be submitted to such burning.

30.(1) Burning waste on land in the open if–

(a)the waste consists of plant tissue;

(b)it is agricultural waste or it is produced on land which is operational land of a railway, light railway, tramway, British Waterways, or which is a forest, woodland, park, garden, verge, landscaped area, sports ground, recreation ground, bank of an inland waterway, churchyard or cemetery, or it is produced on other land as a result of demolition work;

(c)it is burned on the land where it is produced; and

(d)the total quantity burned in any period of 24 hours does not exceed 10 tonnes.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) only applies to the burning of waste by an establishment or undertaking where the waste burned is the establishment or undertaking’s own waste.

(3) The storage pending its burning, on the land where it is to be burned, of waste which is to be burned in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1).

(4) The treatment of land for the benefit of agriculture or ecological improvement by incorporation into soil of ash from waste which is burned on that land in reliance upon the exemption conferred by sub paragraph (1).

31.  The discharge of waste onto the track of a railway from a sanitary convenience or sink forming part of a vehicle used for the carriage of passengers on the railway, if the discharge in question does not exceed 25 litres.

32.  The burial on premises of waste arising from the use on those premises of a sanitary convenience which is equipped with a removable receptacle if the total amount buried in any period of 12 months does not exceed 5 cubic metres.

33.(1) The keeping or deposit of waste consisting of excavated materials arising from peatworking at the place where that activity takes place.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) only applies to the keeping or deposit of waste by an establishment or undertaking where the waste kept or deposited is the establishment or undertaking’s own waste.

34.(1) The keeping or deposit on land at the place where it is produced of spent ballast if the land is operational land of a railway, light railway or tramway and the total amount kept or deposited at that place does not exceed 10 tonnes for each metre of track from which the ballast derives.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) only applies to the keeping or deposit of waste by an establishment or undertaking where the waste kept or deposited is the establishment or undertaking’s own waste.

35.(1) The deposit of waste consisting of excavated material from a borehole or other excavation made for the purpose of mineral exploration if–

(a)it is deposited in or on land at the place where it is excavated; and

(b)the total quantity of waste so deposited during any period of 24 months does not exceed 45,000 cubic metres per hectare.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) only applies if–

(a)the drilling of the borehole or the making of any other excavation is development which is permitted by Class 53 or 54 of Schedule 1 to the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Order 1992(9); and

(b)the conditions subject to which the development is permitted are observed.

(3) Expressions used in this paragraph which are also used in the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Order 1992 shall have the same meaning as in that Order.

36.(1) The temporary secure storage of waste to which sub-paragraphs (2) and (3) apply, at waste reception facilities provided within a harbour area in accordance with the Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Port Waste Reception Facilities) Regulations 2003(10) (“the 2003 Regulations”), where such storage is incidental to the collection or transport of the waste.

(2) This paragraph applies to waste other than tank washings (including such special waste as is listed in Table 4D), but only if–

(a)the amount of waste so stored within a harbour area at any time does not exceed 20 cubic metres for each ship from which waste has been landed; and

(b)no waste is so stored for more than seven days.

(3) This paragraph applies to waste which consists of tank washings (including such special waste as is listed in Table 4E), but only if–

(a)the amount of tank washings consisting of dirty ballast so stored within a harbour area at any time does not exceed 30% of the total deadweight of the ships from which such washings have been landed; and

(b)the amount of tank washings consisting of waste mixtures containing oil so stored within a harbour area at any time does not exceed 1% of the total deadweight of the ships from which such washings have been landed.

(4) In this paragraph–

“harbour area” has the same meaning as in the Dangerous Substances in Harbour Areas Regulations 1987(11);

“ship” has the same meaning as in the 2003 Regulations;

“tank washings” means waste residues from the tanks (other than the fuel tanks) or holds of a ship or waste arising from the cleaning of such tanks or holds.

Table 4D

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Includes special waste.

Absorbents, filter materials, wiping cloths and protective clothing (15 02)

15 02 02**Absorbents, filter materials (including oil filters not otherwise specified), wiping cloths, protective clothing contaminated by dangerous substances

Wastes from electrical and electronic equipment (16 02)

16 02 09**Transformers and capacitors containing PCBs
16 02 10**Discarded equipment containing or contaminated by PCBs other than those mentioned in 16 02 09
16 02 11**Discarded equipment containing chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC, HFC
16 02 12**Discarded equipment containing free asbestos
16 02 13**Discarded equipment containing hazardous components other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 12
16 02 15**Hazardous components removed from discarded equipment

Waste explosives (16 04)

16 04 03**Other waste explosives

Gases in pressure containers and discarded chemicals (16 05)

16 05 04**Gases in pressure containers (including halons) containing dangerous substances)

Batteries and accumulators (16 06)

16 06 01**Lead batteries
16 06 02**Ni-Cd batteries
16 06 03**Mercury-containing batteries
16 06 06**Separately collected electrolyte from batteries and accumulators

Wastes from natal care, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of disease in humans (18 01)

18 01 03**Wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection
18 01 06**Chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances
18 01 08**Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines

Separately collected fractions (except 15 01) (20 01)

20 01 13**Solvents
20 01 21**Fluorescent tubes and other mercury-containing waste
20 01 23**Discarded equipment containing chlorofluorocarbons
20 01 26**Oil and fat other than those mentioned in 20 01 25
20 01 27**Paint, inks, adhesives and resins containing dangerous substances
20 01 29**Detergents containing dangerous substances
20 01 31**Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines
20 01 33**Batteries and accumulators included in 16 06 01, 16 06 02 or 16 06 03 and unsorted batteries and accumulators containing these batteries
20 01 35**Discarded electrical and electronic equipment other than those mentioned in 20 01 12 and 20 01 23 containing hazardous components
20 01 37**Wood containing dangerous substances

Table 4E

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Includes special waste.

Waste hydraulic oils (13 01)

13 01 09**Mineral-based chlorinated hydraulic oils
13 01 10**Mineral based non-chlorinated hydraulic oils
13 01 11**Synthetic hydraulic oils
13 01 12**Readily biodegradable hydraulic oils
13 01 13**Other hydraulic oils

Waste engine, gear and lubricating oils (13 02)

13 02 04**Mineral-based chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 05**Mineral-based non-chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 06**Synthetic engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 07**Readily biodegradable engine, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 08**Other engine, gear and lubricating oils

Waste insulating and heat transmission oils (13 03)

13 03 06**Mineral-based chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils other than those mentioned in 13 03 01 (insulating or heat transmission oils containing PCBs)
13 03 07**Mineral-based non-chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 08**Synthetic insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 09**Readily biodegradable insulating and heat transmission oils
13 03 10**Other insulating and heat transmission oils

Bilge oils (13 04)

13 04 01**Bilge oils from inland navigation
13 04 02**Bilge oils from jetty sewers
13 04 03**Bilge oils from other navigation

Waste of liquid fuels (13 07)

13 07 01**Fuel oil and diesel
13 07 02**Petrol
13 07 03**Other fuels (including mixtures)

Oil wastes not otherwise specified (13 08)

13 08 01**Desalter sludges or emulsions
13 08 02**Other emulsions
13 08 99**Wastes not otherwise specified

Wastes from transport tank, storage tank and barrel cleaning (except 05 and 13) (16 07)

16 07 08**Wastes containing oil
16 07 09**Wastes containing other dangerous substances

Aqueous liquid wastes destined for off-site treatment (16 10)

16 10 01**Aqueous liquid wastes containing dangerous substances
16 10 03**Aqueous concentrates containing dangerous substances

37.(1) The burial of a dead domestic pet in the garden of a domestic property where the pet lived.

(2) This paragraph does not apply if–

(a)the dead domestic pet may prove hazardous to anyone who may come into contact with it; or

(b)the burial is carried out by an establishment or undertaking and the pet did not die at the property.

38.  The deposit or storage of samples of waste, including samples of waste which are special waste (including the temporary storage of WEEE pending its recovery), which are being or are to be subjected to testing and analysis, at any place where they are being or are to be tested or analysed, if the samples do not exceed 10 tonnes and are taken–

(a)in the exercise of any power under the Radioactive Substances Act 1993(12), the Sewerage (Scotland) Act 1968(13), the Water Environment and Water Services (Scotland) Act 2003(14), the 1990 Act, the Water Resources Act 1991(15), the Environment Act 1995(16) or the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2005(17);

(b)by or on behalf of the holder of a waste management licence in pursuance of the conditions of that licence;

(c)by or on behalf of a person carrying on in relation to the waste an activity described in this Schedule or in regulation 16(1);

(d)by or on behalf of the owner or occupier of the land from which the samples are taken;

(e)by or on behalf of any person to whom section 34 of the 1990 Act applies in connection with that person’s duties under that section; or

(f)for the purposes of research.

39.(1) The secure storage at a pharmacy or at the premises of a medical, nursing or veterinary practice or a needle exchange facility, of the wastes listed in Table 4F below (including those which are special waste) which have been returned to those places from care services, households or by individuals if–

(a)the total quantity of such returned waste at the pharmacy or premises does not at any time exceed 10 cubic metres;

(b)the total amount of such waste returned in any 24 hour period does not exceed 5 kilograms or, as the case may be, 5 litres; and

(c)any waste so returned to the pharmacy or premises is not stored there for longer than 3 months.

(2) The secure storage at the premises of a medical, nursing or veterinary practice of the wastes listed in Table 4F below (including special waste) produced in carrying on that practice if–

(a)the total quantity of that waste at the premises does not at any time exceed 10 cubic metres; and

(b)no such waste is stored at those premises for longer than 3 months.

(3) In this paragraph, “care services” has the same meaning as in section 2 of the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001(18).

Table 4F

Codes*

Types of waste

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

Includes special waste.

Wastes from electrical and electronic equipment (16 02)

16 02 09**Transformers and capacitors containing PCBs
16 02 10**Discarded equipment containing or contaminated by PCBs other than those mentioned in 16 02 09
16 02 11**Discarded equipment containing chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC, HFC
16 02 12**Discarded equipment containing free asbestos
16 02 13**Discarded equipment containing hazardous components other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 12
16 02 14Discarded equipment other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 13
16 02 15**Hazardous components removed from discarded equipment
16 02 16Components removed from discarded equipment other than those mentioned in 16 02 15

Batteries and accumulators (16 06)

16 06 01**Lead batteries
16 06 02**Ni-Cd batteries
16 06 03**Mercury-containing batteries
16 06 04Alkaline batteries (except 16 06 03)
16 06 05Other batteries and accumulators

Wastes from natal care, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of disease in humans (18 01)

18 01 01Sharps (except 18 01 03 – waste whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection)
18 01 02Body parts and organs including blood bags and blood preserves (except 18 01 03)
18 01 03**Wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection
18 01 04Wastes whose collection and disposal is not subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection (for example dressings, plaster casts, linen, disposable clothing, diapers)
18 01 07Chemicals other than those mentioned in 18 01 06 (chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances)
18 01 08**Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines
18 01 09Medicines other than those mentioned in 18 01 08

Wastes from research, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of disease involving animals (18 02)

18 02 01Sharps (except 18 02 02 – wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection)
18 02 02**Wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection
18 02 03Wastes whose collection and disposal is not subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection
18 02 06Chemicals other than those mentioned in 18 02 05 (chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances)
18 02 07**Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines
18 02 08Medicines other than those mentioned in 18 02 07

Separately collected fractions (20 01)

20 01 31**Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines
20 01 32Medicines other than those mentioned in 20 01 31 (cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines)
20 01 33**Batteries and accumulators included in 16 06 01, 16 06 02 or 16 06 03 and unsorted batteries and accumulators containing these batteries
20 01 34Batteries and accumulators other than those mentioned in 20 01 33
20 01 35**Discarded electrical and electronic equipment other than those mentioned in 20 01 21 and 20 01 23 containing hazardous components
20 01 36Discarded electrical and electronic equipment other than those mentioned in 20 01 21, 20 01 23 and 20 01 35
20 01 99Other fractions not otherwise specified

40.(1) The secure storage of non-liquid waste, including WEEE, at any place other than the premises where it is produced if–

(a)the amount of waste stored does not at any time exceed 50 cubic metres in total and is not kept for longer than 3 months;

(b)the person storing the waste is the owner of the place where it is stored or has the consent of the owner;

(c)the place where it is stored is not a site designed or adapted for the reception of waste with a view to its being disposed of or recovered elsewhere; and

(d)such storage is incidental to the collection or transport of the waste.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) above does not apply to the storage of waste at a place designed or adapted for the recovery of scrap metal or the dismantling of waste motor vehicles.

(3) The temporary storage of scrap rails on operational land of a railway, light railway or tramway if the total quantity of that waste in any one place does not at any time exceed 10 tonnes and the storage is incidental to the collection or transport of the scrap rails.

41.(1) The temporary storage of waste, including WEEE, pending its collection, on the site where it is produced.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) above does not apply to the storage of waste at a place designed or adapted for the recovery of scrap metal or the dismantling of waste motor vehicles.

(3) Sub paragraph (1) shall only apply where such temporary storage conforms with the obligations and the minimum technical requirements described, respectively, in paragraph 1 to each of Parts 1 and 2 of the Schedule to the End of Life Vehicles (Storage and Treatment) (Scotland) Regulations 2003(19).

(4) Sub paragraph (1) above shall apply to special waste if–

(a)it is stored on the site for no longer than 12 months;

(b)in the case of liquid waste, it is stored in a secure container and the total volume of that waste does not at any time exceed 23,000 litres; and

(c)in any other case, either–

(i)it is stored in a secure container and the total volume of that waste does not at any time exceed 80 cubic metres; or

(ii)it is stored in a secure place and the total volume of that waste does not at any time exceed 50 cubic metres.

42.(1) The disposal of waste consisting of pesticide solution or washings in a lined biobed at the place where the waste is produced, provided that no more than 8000 litres of such waste is so disposed of in any 12 month period.

(2) The secure storage of such waste, at the place where it is produced, prior to its disposal in accordance with sub-paragraph (1), provided that no more than 1500 litres of such waste is stored at any one time.

(3) The recovery or reuse of liquid residue from a lined biobed which has been used in accordance with sub-paragraph (1), at the place where the liquid residue is produced.

(4) The treatment of agricultural land by spreading with biobed material from a lined biobed which has been used in accordance with sub-paragraph (1) where–

(a)the biobed material has been securely stored for at least 12 months prior to being spread on the land; and

(b)that treatment results in benefit to agriculture or environmental improvement.

(5) The secure storage, at the place where it is produced, of biobed material intended to be used in accordance with sub-paragraph (4), where–

(a)no more than 10 tonnes of biobed material is stored at any one time; and

(b)no waste is stored for longer than 3 years.

43.(1) The crushing of waste gas discharge lamps (including fluorescent tubes which are special waste within category 20 01 21 of the European Waste Catalogue) for the purposes of volume reduction prior to collection, where the material is intended for recovery or reuse.

(2) The storage of such lamps–

(a)prior to crushing; and

(b)after crushing but prior to collection.

(3) Sub paragraph (1) or, as the case as the case may be, sub-paragraph (2) applies only where–

(a)the crushing operation is carried out in equipment designed for the purpose of volume reduction prior to collection;

(b)the crushing operation is carried out solely for that purpose;

(c)the mercury concentration in emissions does not exceed 50 micrograms/m3;

(d)the total quantity of lamps processed in any period of 24 hours does not exceed 3 tonnes;

(e)the storage of the lamps prior to crushing is under weather proof covering in compliance with paragraph 1 of Annex III to the WEEE Directive; and

(f)the storage of the lamps after crushing is in a secure container.

44.(1) Heating iron, steel or any ferrous-alloy, non ferrous metal or non-ferrous metal alloy, in one or more furnaces or other appliances the primary combustion chambers of which have in aggregate a net rated thermal input of less than 0.2 megawatts, for the purpose of removing grease, oil or any other non-metallic contaminant.

(2) Sub paragraph (1) does not apply to the removal by heat of plastic or rubber covering from scrap cable or of any asbestos contaminant.

(3) In the case of a process involving the heating of iron, steel or any ferrous-alloy, sub paragraph (1) does not apply if that process is related to a process described in any of paragraphs (a) to (h), or (j) to (m), of Part A or paragraphs (a) to (c), or (e) or (f), of Part B of Section 2.1 of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations or an activity described in Section 2.1 (other than in paragraph (d) of Part B) of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations.

(4) In the case of a process involving the heating of any non-ferrous metal or non ferrous metal alloy, sub paragraph (1) does not apply if that process is related to a process described in any of paragraphs (a) to (g), or (i) to (k), of Part A of Section 2.2 of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations or an activity described in Part A of Section 2.2 of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the 2000 Regulations.

(5) The secure storage of waste intended to be submitted to heating to which sub paragraph (1) applies if the waste or, as the case may be, any container in which the waste is stored, is stored on an impermeable pavement which is provided with a sealed drainage system.

(6) In this paragraph, “net rated thermal input” means the rate at which fuel can be burned at the maximum continuous rating of the appliance multiplied by the net calorific value of the fuel and expressed as megawatts thermal.

(7) In this paragraph, “ferrous alloy” means an alloy of which iron is the largest constituent, or equal to the largest constituent, by weight, whether or not that alloy also has a non ferrous metal content greater than any percentage specified in Section 2.2 of Schedule 1 to the 1991 Regulations, and “non-ferrous metal alloy” shall be construed accordingly.

45.(1) The carrying on, at any secure place designed or adapted for the recovery of scrap metal or the dismantling of waste motor vehicles, in respect of a kind of waste described in column 1 of Table 4G, of any of the activities specified in column 2 of that Table in relation to that kind of waste if–

(a)the total quantity of any particular kind of waste so dealt with at that place does not in any period of seven days exceed the limit specified in relation to that kind of waste in column 3 of that Table;

(b)the activity is carried on with a view to the recovery of the waste (whether or not by the person carrying on the activity listed in that Table);

(c)every part of that place upon which the activity is carried out is surfaced with an impermeable pavement provided with a sealed drainage system; and

(d)the plant or equipment used in carrying on the activity is maintained in reasonable working order.

Table 4G

Kind of Waste

Activities

Seven day limit

Ferrous metals (within category 16 01 17 of the European Waste Catalogue) or ferrous alloys in metallic non-dispersible form (but not turnings, shavings or chippings of those metals or alloys)Sorting; grading; baling; shearing by manual feed; compacting; crushing; cutting by hand-held equipment8,000 tonnes
The following non ferrous metals (within category 16 01 18 of the European Waste Catalogue), namely copper, aluminium, nickel, lead, tin, tungsten, cobalt, molybdenum, vanadium, chromium, titanium, zirconium, manganese or zinc, or non-ferrous alloys, in metallic non dispersible form, of any of those metals (but not turnings, shavings or chippings of those metals or alloys)Sorting; grading; baling; shearing by manual feed; compacting; crushing; cutting by hand-held equipment400 tonnes
Turnings, shavings or chippings of any of the metals or alloys listed in either of the above categoriesSorting; grading; baling; shearing by manual feed; compacting; crushing; cutting by hand-held equipment300 tonnes
Depolluted motor vehiclesDismantling, rebuilding, restoring or reconditioning40 vehicles
Lead acid motor vehicles batteries (within category 16 06 01 of the European Waste Catalogue) (including those whose contents are special waste) not forming part of, nor contained in, a motor vehicleSorting20 tonnes

(2) The storage, at any place designed or adapted for the recovery of scrap metal or the dismantling of waste motor vehicles, of waste of a kind listed in column 1 of Table 4H if–

(a)the waste is to be submitted to any of the activities specified in Table 4G in relation to that kind of waste, or to a recycling or reclamation operation authorised by a waste management licence or an authorisation granted under Part I of the 1990 Act or a permit granted under the 2000 Regulations;

(b)the total quantity of waste of that kind stored at that place does not exceed the maximum total quantity specified in column 2 of Table 4H in relation to that kind of waste;

(c)no waste is stored at that place for longer than 12 months;

(d)each kind of waste is either stored separately or is kept in separate containers, but in a case where a consignment consisting of more than one kind of waste is delivered to that place it may be stored unseparated at that place pending sorting for no longer than 2 months;

(e)in the case of waste which is liquid or consists of motor vehicle batteries, it is stored in a secure container;

(f)in the case of waste motor vehicles, they are, where appropriate, stored on an impermeable pavement;

(g)subject to sub sub paragraph (f), the waste or, as the case may be, any container in which it is stored, is stored on an impermeable pavement which is provided with a sealed drainage system; and

(h)the height of any pile or stack of waste does not exceed 5 metres.

Table 4H

Kind of waste

Maximum total quantity

Ferrous metals (within category 16 01 17 of the European Waste Catalogue) or ferrous alloys in metallic non dispersible form (but not turnings, shavings or chippings of those metals or alloys)50,000 tonnes
The following non-ferrous metals (within category 16 01 18 of the European Waste Catalogue), namely copper, aluminium, nickel, lead, tin, tungsten, cobalt, molybdenum, vanadium, chromium, titanium, zirconium, manganese or zinc, or non-ferrous alloys, in metallic non-dispersible form, of any of those metals (but not turnings, shavings or chippings of those metals or alloys)1,500 tonnes
Turnings, shavings or chippings of any of the metals or alloys listed in either of the above categories1,000 tonnes
Motor vehicles, stored where appropriate on an impermeable pavement1000 vehicles
Lead acid motor vehicle batteries (within category 16 06 01 of the European Waste Catalogue) (including those whose contents are special waste) not forming part of, nor contained in, a motor vehicle40 tonnes

(3) Sub paragraph (1) or (2) only applies to the carrying on of an activity at a place if–

(a)the person responsible for the management of that place–

(i)has established administrative arrangements to ensure that–

(aa)waste accepted at that place is of a kind listed in Table 4G or, as the case may be, Table 4H; and

(bb)no waste is accepted at that place in such a quantity as would cause there to be a breach of any of the terms and conditions of the exemption; and

(ii)carries out a monthly audit to confirm compliance with the terms and conditions of the exemption;

(b)the records required by paragraph 14 of Part I of Schedule 4 are kept in such a form as to show, for each month, the total quantity of each kind of waste recovered during that month at that place, and details of the total quantity of each kind of waste recovered at that place during the preceding 12 months are sent annually to the appropriate registration authority with the charge referred to in paragraph (d);

(c)an up to date plan of that place containing the details referred to in regulation 18(6)(c)(i) to (iv) is sent annually to the appropriate registration authority with the annual fee referred to in paragraph (d); and

(d)the charge prescribed for the purpose by a charging scheme under section 41 of the Environment Act 1995(20) is paid in respect of that place to the appropriate registration authority by the due date which shall be ascertained in accordance with sub paragraph (4).

(4) For the purposes of ascertaining the due date in any year for payment of the fee referred in sub paragraph (3)(d) in respect of any place–

(a)the appropriate registration authority shall serve notice in accordance with the following provisions of this sub paragraph on the establishment or undertaking from which notice has been received by the authority under regulation 18(6) in respect of that place;

(b)a notice required by paragraph (a) shall be served not later than one month before the anniversary of the date when the notice, plan and fee referred to in regulation 18(6) were received by the authority in respect of that place and shall specify–

(i)the amount of the payment due,

(ii)the method of payment,

(iii)the date of such anniversary,

(iv)that payment is due on that date or, if later, upon the day falling one month after the date of the notice, and

(v)the effect of payment not being made by the date on which it is due,

and the due date for payment of the annual fee for that year by that establishment or undertaking in respect of that place shall be the date specified for payment in the notice.

(5) The temporary storage of waste (in this sub paragraph referred to as “the non-scrap waste”), pending its collection, at a place designed or adapted for the recovery of scrap metal or the dismantling of waste motor vehicles if–

(a)the non scrap waste is not of a kind described in Table 4H;

(b)the non-scrap waste was delivered to that place as part of a consignment of waste of which–

(i)at least 70 per cent by weight was waste consisting of waste motor vehicles; or

(ii)at least 95 per cent by weight was waste of any kind described in Table 4H other than waste motor vehicles, and is capable of being separated from that waste by sorting or hand dismantling;

(c)the non scrap waste is stored at that place for no longer than 3 months;

(d)in a case where the non-scrap waste is liquid, it is stored in a secure container; and

(e)the non scrap waste or, as the case may be, the container in which the non-scrap waste is stored, is stored on an impermeable pavement which is provided with a sealed drainage system.

(6) In Table 4G, “shearing” means the cold cutting of metal by purpose-made shears, and “depolluted” in relation to waste motor vehicles has the meaning given in regulation 2 of the End-of-Life Vehicles (Storage and Treatment) (Scotland) Regulations 2003(21).

(7) For the purposes of this paragraph and paragraph 44, “sealed drainage system”, in relation to an impermeable pavement, means a drainage system with impermeable components which does not leak and which will ensure that–

(a)no liquid will run off the pavement otherwise than via the system; and

(b)except where they may be lawfully discharged, all liquids entering the system are collected in a sealed sump.

46.(1) The burning at a dock of waste consisting of–

(a)plant tissue waste, in pursuance of a notice given under article 32 of the Plant Health (Scotland) Order 2005(22); or

(b)wood of any kind used to wedge or support parts of cargo, including packing material, spacers and pallets, in pursuance of a notice given under article 31 of the Plant Health (Forestry) Order 2005(23).

(2) The storage at the dock where it was unloaded of waste intended to be burned under sub paragraph (1).

(3) The total quantity of waste stored or burned under sub-paragraph (1) or (2), in any period of 24 hours, shall not exceed 15 tonnes.

(4) Any waste burned under sub-paragraph (1) shall be burned on a hard standing, within a secure location at the dock where it was unloaded.

47.(1) The repair or refurbishment or both at a secure place of WEEE as described in column 1 of Table 5A, together with any incidental storage and other incidental activities in relation to that type of WEEE if–

(a)the activity is carried on with a view to the reuse of the WEEE for its original purpose;

(b)best available treatment, recovery and recycling techniques are used when carrying out the activity;

(c)in respect of a description of waste contained in column 1 of Table 5A, the total quantity of WEEE so dealt with at that place does not exceed either the storage limit specified in column 2 of that Table or the treatment limit specified in column 3 in relation to that type of WEEE;

(d)the technical requirements specified in Annex III of the WEEE Directive are met;

(e)prior to the treatment of WEEE and in relation to any waste components from WEEE, such WEEE or components are stored in such a manner that their environmentally sound reuse or recycling is not hindered; and

(f)no WEEE is stored at that place for longer than 12 months.

Table 5A

Codes and Type of Waste*

Storage Limits**

Treatment Limits

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

In total either awaiting repair or refurbishment or stored following such treatment.

16 02 14 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 13)50 cubic metres2 tonnes/day
20 01 36 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 20 01 21 and 20 01 23 and 20 01 35)50 cubic metres2 tonnes/day

(2) The carrying on, at any secure place in respect of WEEE that is special waste as described in Table 5B, the treatment activities of repair or refurbishment or both together with any incidental storage and other incidental activities, but not including the degassing and capture of ozone depleting substances in relation to that type of WEEE if–

(a)the activity is carried on primarily with a view to the reuse of the WEEE for its original purpose;

(b)best available treatment, recovery and recycling techniques are used when carrying out the activity;

(c)in respect of a description of waste contained in a particular row to Table 5B the total quantity of WEEE so dealt with at that place does not exceed either the storage limit specified in column 2, or the treatment limit specified in column 3 of that Table for the types of WEEE in that row;

(d)the technical requirements specified in Annex III of the WEEE Directive are met;

(e)the other requirements specified in column 4 of that Table for that type of WEEE are met;

(f)prior to the treatment of WEEE and in relation to any waste components from WEEE, such WEEE or components are stored in such a manner that their environmentally sound reuse or recycling is not hindered; and

(g)no WEEE is stored at that place for longer than 12 months.

Table 5B

Codes and Type of Waste*

Storage Limits**

Treatment Limits

Other Requirements

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

**

In total either awaiting repair or refurbishment or stored following such treatment.

16 02 11 (WEEE containing chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC or HFC) and 20 01 23 (WEEE containing chlorofluorocarbons80 cubic metres5 tonnes/dayStored in a manner that will prevent the release of the CFCs, HCFCs or HFCs
Televisions and computer monitors containing cathode ray tubes falling within 16 02 13 (WEEE containing hazardous components other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 12) and 20 01 35 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 20 01 21 and 20 01 23 containing hazardous components)80 cubic metres5 tonnes/day

(3) Sub paragraphs (1) or (2) only apply to the carrying out of an activity at a place if–

(a)the person responsible for the management of that place has established administrative arrangements to ensure that–

(i)WEEE accepted at that place is of a type set out in column 1 of Table 5A or 5B, as the case may be; and

(ii)no waste is accepted at that place in such a quantity as would cause there to be a breach of any of the terms and conditions of the exemption;

(b)an up to date plan of that place containing the details referred to in regulation 18(8) is sent annually to the appropriate registration authority; and

(c)the applicable charge prescribed for the purpose by a charging scheme under section 41 of the Environment Act 1995(24), or where there is no applicable scheme, the sum of £265, is paid in respect of that place to the appropriate registration authority by the due date which shall be ascertained in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 45(4).

(4) In ascertaining the date referred to in sub-paragraph (3)(c), the reference to regulation 18(6) in paragraph 45(4)(a) and (b) shall be construed as a reference to regulation 18(8).

(5) For the purposes of this paragraph, the storage and treatment limits set out in columns 2 and 3 of Tables 5A and 5B are overall limits that apply to all waste falling within the 6 digit code or codes specified in column 1 of those Tables.

48.(1) The storage at any secure place of WEEE of a type listed in column 1 of Table 6A if–

(a)the WEEE is stored for the purpose of its recovery elsewhere;

(b)the total quantity of any particular type of WEEE stored at the site at any time does not exceed the storage limit specified in column 2 of the Table in relation to that type of WEEE;

(c)any particular type of WEEE is stored for no longer than the duration limits specified in column 3 of the Table;

(d)the other relevant storage requirements specified in column 4 of the Table are met; and

(e)the WEEE is stored in such a manner that its environmentally sound reuse or recycling is not hindered.

Table 6A

Codes and Type of Waste*

Maximum quantity

Maximum duration

Type of containment

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

16 02 14 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 12) and 20 01 36 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 20 01 21, 20 01 23 and 20 01 35)80 cubic metres3 monthsImpermeable surface within a secure store; weatherproof covering of stored WEEE
16 02 14 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 12) and 20 01 35 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 20 01 21 and 20 01 23 containing hazardous components)80 cubic metres3 monthsAppropriate leak proof containers providing an impermeable surface

(2) The secure storage of WEEE of a type listed in column 1 of Table 6B if–

(a)the WEEE is stored for the purpose of its recovery elsewhere;

(b)the total quantity of any particular type of WEEE stored at the site at any time does not exceed the storage limit specified in column 2 of the Table;

(c)any particular type of WEEE is stored for no longer than the duration limits specified in column 3 of the Table;

(d)the relevant type of containment and other relevant requirements specified in columns 4 and 5 of the Table are met;

(e)the WEEE is stored in such a manner that its environmentally sound reuse or recycling is not hindered.

Table 6B

Codes and Type of Waste*

Maximum quantity

Maximum duration

Type of containment

Other Requirements

*

Codes referred to in the European Waste Catalogue.

16 02 11 (WEEE containing chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC or HFC) and 20 01 23 (WEEE containing chlorofluorocarbons)80 cubic metres3 monthsImpermeable surface within a secure store; weatherproof covering of stored WEEEStored in a manner that will prevent the release of the CFC, HCFC and HFC; overall height of any stack shall not exceed 2 units or 3.5metres, whichever is the lower
16 02 13 WEEE containing hazardous components other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 2 12) and 20 01 35 (WEEE other than those mentioned in 20 01 21 and 20 01 23 containing hazardous components)80 cubic metres3 monthsImpermeable surface within a secure store; weatherproof covering of stored WEEE
20 01 21 (fluorescent tubes and other mercury-containing waste)50 cubic metres3 monthsAppropriate leak proof containers; weatherproof coveringStored in such a way that the glass is not broken

(3) For the purposes of sub paragraphs (1) and (2), the activity of storage shall be taken to include the incidental sorting of waste of that type.

(4) For the purposes of this paragraph, the storage and treatment limits set out in columns 2 and 3 of Tables 6A and 6B are overall limits that apply to all waste falling within the 6 digit code or codes specified in column 1 of those Tables.

(1)

S.S.I. 2003/411; amended by S.S.I. 2006/3, Schedule 7, paragraph 44.

(2)

O.J. No. L 273, 10.10.2002, p.1; amended by Regulation (EC) No. 808/2003 (O.J. No. L 117, 13.05.2003, p.1); Regulation (EC) No. 668/2004 (O.J. No. L 112, 19.04.2004, p.1); Regulation (EC) No. 92/2005 (O.J. No. L 19, 21.01.2005, p.27); Regulation (EC) No. 93/2005 (O.J. No. L 19, 21.01.2001, p.34); Regulation (EC) No. 416/2005 (O.J. No. L 66, 12.03.2005, p.10); Regulation (EC) No. 181/2006 (O.J. No. L 29, 02.02.2006, p.31); Regulation (EC) No. 208/2006 (O.J. No. L 36, 08.02.2006, p.25).

(3)

S.I. 1989/1263; amended by S.I. 1990/880; S.I. 1996/593; S.I. 1996/973; S.S.I. 2000/62.

(4)

S.S.I. 2003/411; amended by S.S.I. 2006/3, Schedule 7, paragraph 44.

(5)

O.J. No. L 273, 10.10.2002, p.1; amended by Regulation (EC) No. 808/2003 (O.J. No. L 117, 13.05.2003, p.1); Regulation (EC) No. 668/2004 (O.J. No. L 112, 19.04.2004, p.1); Regulation (EC) No. 92/2005 (O.J. No. L 19, 21.01.2005, p.27); Regulation (EC) No. 93/2005 (O.J. No. L 19, 21.01.2001, p.34); Regulation (EC) No. 416/2005 (O.J. No. L 66, 12.03.2005, p.10); Regulation (EC) No. 181/2006 (O.J. No. L 29, 02.02.2006, p.31); Regulation (EC) No. 208/2006 (O.J. No. L 36, 08.02.2006, p.25).

(7)

S.S.I. 2003/411; amended by S.S.I. 2006/3, Schedule 7, paragraph 44.

(8)

1968, c. 47. The definitions of “public SUD system” was inserted into section 59(1) by section 33(1) of the Water Environment and Water Services (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 3).

(9)

S.I. 1992/223. Class 54 was amended by S.I. 1994/1442, article 2(b).

(10)

S.I. 2003/1809.

(11)

S.I. 1987/37.

(18)

2001 asp 8. Section 2 has been amended by the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 13), section 133(2) and Schedule 5, Part 1, and by the Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005 (asp 13), section 29.

(22)

S.S.I. 2005/613, as amended by S.S.I. 2006/474.

(23)

S.I. 2005/2517.

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