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The End-of-Life Vehicles (Producer Responsibility) Regulations 2005

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Vehicles and End-of-Life Vehicles to which these Regulations apply

  5. 4.Existing Community legislation and relevant national legislation

  6. 5.Special-purpose vehicles

  7. 6.Three-wheel motor vehicles

  8. 7.Registration and declaration of responsibility by producers

  9. 8.The Secretary of State’s decision to ascribe responsibility to a producer in respect of vehicles placed on the market

  10. 9.Transfer of a producer’s business to another

  11. 10.Producer’s obligation to establish and submit details of his system for collection

  12. 11.Accessibility of the system for collection

  13. 12.Capacity of a network of authorised treatment facilities

  14. 13.Approval of a producer’s application to establish a collection system

  15. 14.Revisions to a producer’s application for approval of a collection system where it is anticipated the number of end-of-life vehicles will change in a subsequent year

  16. 15.Authorised treatment facilities

  17. 16.Compliance Notice

  18. 17.Content of a compliance notice served under regulation 16

  19. 18.Reuse, Recovery and Recycling targets

  20. 19.Certificate of Compliance

  21. 20.Approval of persons to issue certificates of compliance

  22. 21.Public Register

  23. 22.Entry and Inspection

  24. 23.Offences

  25. 24.Enforcement

  26. 25.Penalties

  27. 26.Power of the Secretary of State to enter into agreements

  28. 27.Enforcement of Agreements

  29. 28.Amendments to the End-of-Life Vehicles Regulations 2003

  30. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      1. 1.INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN AN APPLICATION FOR PRODUCER REGISTRATION

      2. 2.The business name of the producer if different from that...

      3. 3.The address for service of notices on the producer if...

      4. 4.The details of the person to whom the Secretary of...

      5. 5.A description of the vehicles in respect of which the...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      1. MATTERS WHICH THE SECRETARY OF STATE MAY TAKE INTO ACCOUNT IN REACHING A DECISION UNDER REGULATION 8(1)

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      1. 1.INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN AN APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF A COLLECTION SYSTEM

      2. 2.Details of the system for collection which the producer has...

      3. 3.Details of the measures a producer will take to ensure...

      4. 4.The location and address of each authorised treatment facility with...

      5. 5.In relation to each authorised treatment facility referred to in...

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      1. INFORMATION IN THE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      1. PUBLIC REGISTER

    6. SCHEDULE 6

      1. 1.POWERS OF ENTRY AND INSPECTION OF PREMISES EXERCISABLE BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE AND PERSONS AUTHORISED UNDER REGULATION 22

      2. 2.To make such examination and investigation as may in any...

      3. 3.As regards any premises for which there is a power...

      4. 4.To take such measurements and photographs and make such recordings...

      5. 5.To take samples, or cause samples to be taken, of...

      6. 6.To require the production of, or where the information is...

      7. 7.To require any person to afford such facilities and assistance...

  31. Explanatory Note

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