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8.—(1) A producer must, in respect of each set of premises at which he intends to make a class of denatured alcohol, make written application to the Commissioners for approval of the process he intends to employ when making that denatured alcohol.
(2) The application must include—
(a)the class of denatured alcohol which the producer intends to make at the premises;
(b)the formulation which the producer intends to follow in making a batch of that class;
(c)the process which the producer intends to employ when mixing the alcohol with the other substances specified by the formulation being followed in making the denatured alcohol;
(d)such other information as the Commissioners may require.
(3) No person may begin to denature alcohol until—
(a)the Commissioners have, in accordance with this regulation, approved the process to be employed, and
(b)if so required by paragraph (7), entry has been made in accordance with section 108 of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979(1) of each set of premises at which it is intended to make denatured alcohol.
(4) The Commissioners' approval of the process to be employed—
(a)may be granted subject to such conditions as the Commissioners may reasonably impose, and
(b)those conditions may be varied by the Commissioners for reasonable cause.
(5) A producer who has received the Commissioners' approval of the process to be employed must ensure that no other process is used and that the approved process is not varied without first receiving the Commissioners' approval of that other process or of that variation.
(6) Paragraph (4) applies to any approval given under paragraph (5).
(7) Except in the case of premises that are an excise warehouse, a producer must make entry of each set of premises at which he intends to make a class of denatured alcohol.
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