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1. The name, address and telephone number of the producer and where —
(a)the producer is a company, the registered office;
(b)the producer is not a company, the principal place of business.
2. The business name of the producer if different from that referred to in paragraph 1.
3. The address for service of notices on the producer if different from that referred to in paragraph 1.
4. The details of the person to whom the Secretary of State may address communications.
5. A description of the vehicles in respect of which the producer has declared responsibility for placing on the market under regulation 7.
The identity of any person who —
(a)has manufactured the vehicle;
(b)has put his name on the vehicle;
(c)has placed the vehicle on the market; or
(d)uses, has used or has the right to use, a trade mark or other distinguishing mark in relation to the vehicle.
1. The number of vehicles which the producer anticipates may become end-of-life vehicles for the purposes of regulation 10(1).
2. Details of the system for collection which the producer has established to meet the requirements of regulations 11 and 12(1).
3. Details of the measures a producer will take to ensure the system he has established for collection is publicised.
4. The location and address of each authorised treatment facility with which the producer has entered into an agreement to treat vehicles and in respect of which he has made a declaration under regulation 7.
5. In relation to each authorised treatment facility referred to in paragraph 4 —
(a)the appropriate Agency licence number; and
(b)the depollution capacity of the site in respect of vehicles for which that producer has declared or been ascribed responsibility.
The information to be contained in a certificate of compliance is as follows—
(a)the name and address of the person who issues the certificate;
(b)the name and address of the person in respect of whom the certificate is issued;
(c)the date of the certificate;
(d)a statement by the person who is required under regulation 20 to submit the certificate of compliance that the reuse, recovery and recycling obligations have been met.
The information to be contained on the public register in respect of each producer is as follows—
(a)the producer’s name;
(b)the UK address of the registered office or principal place of business of the producer; and
(c)a statement in respect of each year as to whether the producer has met his obligation under regulation 19 to furnish a certificate of compliance.
1. To enter at any reasonable time and on production, if required, of their credentials, any premises except for a dwelling house which are considered to be necessary for the Secretary of State or any authorised person to enter.
2. To make such examination and investigation as may in any circumstances be necessary.
3. As regards any premises for which there is a power to enter, direct that those premises or any part of them, or anything in them, shall be left undisturbed (whether generally or in particular respects) for so long as is reasonably necessary for the purpose of any examination or investigation under paragraph 2.
4. To take such measurements and photographs and make such recordings as are considered necessary for the purpose of any examination or investigation under paragraph 2.
5. To take samples, or cause samples to be taken, of articles or substances found in or on any premises which the Secretary of State or any authorised person has power to enter, and of the air, water or land in, on, or in the vicinity of, the premises.
6. To require the production of, or where the information is recorded in computerised form, the furnishing of extracts from, any records —
(i)which are required to be kept under these Regulations; or
(ii)which it is necessary to see for the purposes of an examination or investigation under paragraph 2
and to inspect and take copies of, or of any entry in, the records.
7. To require any person to afford such facilities and assistance with respect to any matters or things within that person’s control or in relation to which that person has responsibilities as are necessary to enable the Secretary of State or the authorised person to exercise any of the powers conferred on them by these Regulations.
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