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1. Waste from a hereditament or premises exempted from localnon-domestic rating by virtue of—
2. Waste from premises occupied by a charity and wholly or mainly used for charitable purposes.
3. Waste from any land belonging to or used in connection with domestic property, a caravan or a residential home.
4. Waste from a private garage which either has a floor area of 25 square metres or less or is used wholly or mainly for the accommodation of a private motor vehicle.
5. Waste from private storage premises used wholly or mainly for the storage of articles of domestic use.
6. Waste from a moored vessel used wholly for the purposes of living accommodation.
7. Waste from a camp site.
8. Waste from a prison or other penal institution.
9. Waste from a hall or other premises used wholly or mainly for public meetings.
10. Waste from a royal palace.
11. Waste arising from the discharge by a local authority of its duty under section 89(2).
1. Any article of waste which exceeds 25 kilograms in weight.
2. Any article of waste which does not fit, or cannot be fitted into—
(a)a receptacle for household waste provided in accordance with section 46; or
(b)where no such receptacle is provided, a cylindrical container 750 millimetres in diameter and 1 metre in length.
3. Garden waste.
4. Clinical waste from a domestic property, a caravan or from a moored vessel used wholly for the purposes of living accommodation.
5. Waste from a residential hostel, a residential home or from premises forming part of a university, school or other educational establishment or forming part of a hospital or nursing home.
6. Waste from domestic property or a caravan used in the course of a business for the provision of self-catering holiday accommodation.
7. Dead domestic pets.
8. Any substances or articles which, by virtue of a notice served by a collection authority under section 46, the occupier of the premises may not put into a receptacle for household waste provided in accordance with that section.
9. Litter and refuse collected under section 89(1)(f).
10. Waste from—
(a)in England and Wales, domestic property forming part of a composite hereditament;
(b)in Scotland, the residential part of part residential subjects.
11. Any mineral or synthetic oil or grease.
13. Waste from a caravan which in accordance with any licence or planning permission regulating the use of the caravan site on which the caravan is stationed is not allowed to be used for human habitation throughout the year.
14. Waste from a camp site, other than from any domestic property on that site.
15. Waste from premises occupied by a charity and wholly or mainly used for charitable purposes, unless it is waste falling within paragraph 1 of Schedule 1.
16. Waste from a prison or other penal institution.
17. Waste from a hall or other premises used wholly or mainly for public meetings.
18. Waste from a royal palace.
1. Waste from premises used for maintaining vehicles, vessels or aircraft, not being waste from a private garage to which paragraph 4 of Schedule 1 applies.
2. Waste from a laboratory.
3.—(1) Waste from a workshop or similar premises not being a factory within the meaning of section 175 of the Factories Act 1961(5) because the people working there are not employees or because the work there is not carried on by way of trade or for purposes of gain.
(2) In this paragraph, “workshop” does not include premises at which the principal activities are computer operations or the copying of documents by photographic or lithographic means.
4. Waste from premises occupied by a scientific research association approved by the Secretary of State under section 508 of the Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1988(6) .
5. Waste from dredging operations.
6. Waste arising from tunnelling or from any other excavation.
7. Sewage not falling within a description in regulation 7 which—
(a)is treated, kept or disposed of in or on land, other than by means of a privy, cesspool or septic tank;
(b)is treated, kept or disposed of by means of mobile plant; or
(c)has been removed from a privy or cesspool.
8. Clinical waste other than—
(a)clinical waste from a domestic property, caravan, residential home or from a moored vessel used wholly for the purposes of living accommodation;
(b)waste collected under section 22(3) of the Control of Pollution Act 1974(7) ; or
(c)waste collected under sections 89, 92(9) or 93.
9. Waste arising from any aircraft, vehicle or vessel which is not occupied for domestic purposes.
10. Waste which has previously formed part of any aircraft, vehicle or vessel and which is not household waste.
11. Waste removed from land on which it has previously been deposited and any soil with which such waste has been in contact, other than—
(a)waste collected under section 22(3) of the Control of Pollution Act 1974; or
(b)waste collected under sections 89, 92(9) or 93.
12. Leachate from a deposit of waste.
13. Poisonous or noxious waste arising from any of the following processes undertaken on premises used for the purposes of a trade or business—
(a)mixing or selling paints;
(c)laundering or dry cleaning;
(d)developing photographic film or making photographic prints;
(e)selling petrol, diesel fuel, paraffin, kerosene, heating oil or similar substances; or
(f)selling pesticides, herbicides or fungicides.
14. Waste from premises used for the purposes of breeding, boarding, stabling or exhibiting animals.
15.—(1) Waste oil, waste solvent or (subject to regulation 7(2)) scrap metal, other than—
(a)waste from a domestic property, caravan or residential home;
(b)waste falling within paragraphs 3 to 6 of Schedule 1.
(2) In this paragraph—
“waste oil” means mineral or synthetic oil which is contaminated, spoiled or otherwise unfit for its original purpose; and
“waste solvent” means solvent which is contaminated, spoiled or otherwise unfit for its original purpose.
16. Waste arising from the discharge by the Secretary of State of his duty under section 89(2).
17. Waste imported into Great Britain.
18.—(1) Tank washings or garbage landed in Great Britain.
(2) In this paragraph—
“garbage” has the same meaning as in regulation 1(2) of the Merchant Shipping (Reception Facilities for Garbage) Regulations 1988(10).
1. Waste from an office or showroom.
2. Waste from a hotel within the meaning of—
(a)in England and Wales, section 1(3) of the Hotel Proprietors Act 1956(11) ; and
(b)in Scotland, section 139(1) of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 1976(12) .
3. Waste from any part of a composite hereditament, or, in Scotland, of part residential subjects, which is used for the purposes of a trade or business.
4. Waste from a private garage which either has a floor area exceeding 25 square metres or is not used wholly or mainly for the accommodation of a private motor vehicle.
5. Waste from premises occupied by a club, society or any association of persons (whether incorporated or not) in which activities are conducted for the benefit of the members.
6. Waste from premises (not being premises from which waste is by virtue of the Act or of any other provision of these Regulations to be treated as household waste or industrial waste) occupied by—
(b)a government department;
(c)a local authority;
(d)a body corporate or an individual appointed by or under any enactment to discharge any public functions; or
(e)a body incorporated by a Royal Charter.
7. Waste from a tent pitched on land other than a camp site.
8. Waste from a market or fair.
9. Waste collected under section 22(3) of the Control of Pollution Act 1974.
Amended by paragraph 3 of Schedule 10 to the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (c. 14).
Amended by paragraph 10 of Schedule 13 to the Local Government Finance Act 1992.
Amended by S.I. 1989/65.
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