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The Controlled Waste Regulations 1992

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and interpretation

  3. 2.Waste to be treated as household waste

  4. 3.Waste not to be treated as household waste

  5. 4.Charges for the collection of household waste

  6. 5.Waste to be treated as industrial waste

  7. 6.Waste to be treated as commercial waste

  8. 7.Waste not to be treated as industrial or commercial waste

  9. 8.Application of Part II of the Act to litter and refuse

  10. 9.Exceptions from section 33(1) of the Act

  11. 10.Amendment of the Controlled Waste (Registration of Carriers and Seizure of Vehicles) Regulations 1991

  12. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      WASTE TO BE TREATED AS HOUSEHOLD WASTE

      1. 1.Waste from a hereditament or premises exempted from localnon-domestic rating...

      2. 2.Waste from premises occupied by a charity and wholly or...

      3. 3.Waste from any land belonging to or used in connection...

      4. 4.Waste from a private garage which either has a floor...

      5. 5.Waste from private storage premises used wholly or mainly for...

      6. 6.Waste from a moored vessel used wholly for the purposes...

      7. 7.Waste from a camp site.

      8. 8.Waste from a prison or other penal institution.

      9. 9.Waste from a hall or other premises used wholly or...

      10. 10.Waste from a royal palace.

      11. 11.Waste arising from the discharge by a local authority of...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      TYPES OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE FOR WHICH A CHARGE FOR COLLECTION MAY BE MADE

      1. 1.Any article of waste which exceeds 25 kilograms in weight....

      2. 2.Any article of waste which does not fit, or cannot...

      3. 3.Garden waste.

      4. 4.Clinical waste from a domestic property, a caravan or from...

      5. 5.Waste from a residential hostel, a residential home or from...

      6. 6.Waste from domestic property or a caravan used in the...

      7. 7.Dead domestic pets.

      8. 8.Any substances or articles which, by virtue of a notice...

      9. 9.Litter and refuse collected under section 89(1)(f).

      10. 10.Waste from— (a) in England and Wales, domestic property forming...

      11. 11.Any mineral or synthetic oil or grease.

      12. 12.Asbestos.

      13. 13.Waste from a caravan which in accordance with any licence...

      14. 14.Waste from a camp site, other than from any domestic...

      15. 15.Waste from premises occupied by a charity and wholly or...

      16. 16.Waste from a prison or other penal institution.

      17. 17.Waste from a hall or other premises used wholly or...

      18. 18.Waste from a royal palace.

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      WASTE TO BE TREATED AS INDUSTRIAL WASTE

      1. 1.Waste from premises used for maintaining vehicles, vessels or aircraft,...

      2. 2.Waste from a laboratory.

      3. 3.(1) Waste from a workshop or similar premises not being...

      4. 4.Waste from premises occupied by a scientific research association approved...

      5. 5.Waste from dredging operations.

      6. 6.Waste arising from tunnelling or from any other excavation.

      7. 7.Sewage not falling within a description in regulation 7 which—...

      8. 8.Clinical waste other than— (a) clinical waste from a domestic...

      9. 9.Waste arising from any aircraft, vehicle or vessel which is...

      10. 10.Waste which has previously formed part of any aircraft, vehicle...

      11. 11.Waste removed from land on which it has previously been...

      12. 12.Leachate from a deposit of waste.

      13. 13.Poisonous or noxious waste arising from any of the following...

      14. 14.Waste from premises used for the purposes of breeding, boarding,...

      15. 15.(1) Waste oil, waste solvent or (subject to regulation 7(2))...

      16. 16.Waste arising from the discharge by the Secretary of State...

      17. 17.Waste imported into Great Britain.

      18. 18.(1) Tank washings or garbage landed in Great Britain.

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      WASTE TO BE TREATED AS COMMERCIAL WASTE

      1. 1.Waste from an office or showroom.

      2. 2.Waste from a hotel within the meaning of—

      3. 3.Waste from any part of a composite hereditament, or, in...

      4. 4.Waste from a private garage which either has a floor...

      5. 5.Waste from premises occupied by a club, society or any...

      6. 6.Waste from premises (not being premises from which waste is...

      7. 7.Waste from a tent pitched on land other than a...

      8. 8.Waste from a market or fair.

      9. 9.Waste collected under section 22(3) of the Control of Pollution...

  13. Explanatory Note

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