50. In this Part of the Regulations:
“depollution”, in relation to a waste motor vehicle, means the carrying out on it of any of the operations described in paragraph 3 of Part 2 of Schedule 5 to these Regulations that are possible (or, in the case of a component identified as containing mercury, feasible) in respect of it, and only when all such operations have been completed shall a waste motor vehicle qualify as “depolluted”;
“keeping” has the same meaning as does the word “storage” in the Directive;
references to “keeping or treatment” include, where appropriate, references to “keeping and treatment”;
“waste management licence” means a licence granted under section 35 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (or, as the case may be, issued under section 5 of the Control of Pollution Act 1974(1)), and “site licence” means the type of waste management licence thus described in section 35(12) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990;
“waste motor vehicle” means a motor vehicle of any type that is waste and includes an end-of-life vehicle.