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23. (1) Exempt premises need not be notified to the Agency pursuant to this Part.
(2) Premises of a description referred to in paragraph (3) are, to the extent specified in that paragraph, exempt premises for the time being if—
(a)(other than in relation to a ship), the qualifying limitation is observed; and
(b)no hazardous waste is removed from the premises by any person other than—
(i)a registered carrier; or
(ii)a carrier exempt from the requirement to register as a registered carrier pursuant to the Control of Pollution (Amendment) Act 1989(1).
(3) The descriptions of premises are—
(a)office premises, to the extent that the hazardous waste arises from the use of the premises as an office;
(b)shop premises, to the extent that the hazardous waste arises from the use of the premises as a shop;
(c)premises used for agriculture within the meaning of the Agriculture Act 1947(2), to the extent that the hazardous waste arises from the use of the premises for agriculture;
(d)premises of a description listed in—
(i)paragraphs (a) to (e) of section 75(5) of the 1990 Act; or
(ii)Schedule 1 to the Controlled Waste Regulations 1992(3);
(e)premises at which waste electrical and electronic equipment is collected, to the extent that the premises are used for that purpose;
(f)premises used by a dental, veterinary or medical practice, to the extent that the premises are used for that purpose; and
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