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The Hazardous Waste (England and Wales)Regulations 2005

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36.—(1) This regulation applies in all cases where a consignment of hazardous waste is to be removed from premises except in cases to which any of regulations 38 to 41 apply.

(2) Before the consignment is removed—

(a)the hazardous waste producer, or holder, as the case may be, shall—

(i)prepare a copy of the consignment note for each of the following: the hazardous waste producer or holder, where different from the consignor; the consignor; the carrier; and the consignee;

(ii)complete Parts A and B on each copy; and

(iii)give every copy to the carrier;

(b)the carrier shall complete Part C on each copy and give every copy to the consignor;

(c)the consignor shall—

(i)complete Part D on each copy;

(ii)where the hazardous waste producer or holder, as the case may be, is not the consignor, give one copy to him;

(iii)retain one copy; and

(iv)give every remaining copy to the carrier.

(3) The carrier shall ensure that every copy which he has received—

(a)travels with the consignment; and

(b)is given to the consignee on delivery of the consignment.

(4) Subject to regulation 42, on receiving the consignment the consignee shall—

(a)complete Part E on both copies; and

(b)give one copy to the carrier.

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