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The Waste Management Licensing Amendment (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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7.  In Schedule 4, in paragraph 13 (duty to carry out appropriate periodic inspections)–

(a)in subparagraph (3)(a), for “regulation 18(4A)” substitute “regulation 18(8)”;

(b)in Table 6(1), column 1, for “12A”, substitute “12(2)”; and

(c)after subparagraph (4B)(2) insert–

(4C) In a case where an establishment or undertaking is carrying on or intends to carry on an exempt activity in respect of the treatment of WEEE, SEPA shall discharge its duty under sub paragraph (1) in respect of any place where such an activity is carried on or to be carried on, by–

(a)carrying out an inspection of that place within 21 days of having received in respect of that place the notice, plans and fee referred to in regulation 18(8); and

(b)thereafter carrying out periodic inspections of that place at intervals not exceeding 12 months,

and such inspections shall verify the type and quantities of waste to be treated, the general technical requirements to be complied with and the safety precautions to be taken..

(1)

Table 6 was inserted by S.S.I. 2003/171 and amended by S.S.I. 2004/275.

(2)

Subparagraph (4B) was inserted for England and Wales by S.I. 2006/3315.

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