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The Hazardous Waste (England and Wales)Regulations 2005

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Removal of wastes by pipeline

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41.—(1) This regulation applies where hazardous waste is removed from any premises (other than a ship) on which it is produced or stored by pipeline.

(2) Before the waste is piped, and, where the piping is continuous, at the commencement of each quarter, the producer, or holder, as the case may be, shall—

(a)prepare one copy of the consignment note for each of the following: the producer or holder, as the case may be, where different from the consignor, the consignor and the consignee;

(b)complete Parts A, B and D on each copy, provided that in Part B3 the average flow rate shall be recorded, together with an estimate of the total volume of waste to be piped per week or calendar month.

(3) The consignee shall complete Part E on each copy with the following modifications—

(a)in Part E1, the reference to the date on which the waste was received shall be taken to be a reference to the last date on which waste was received by the consignee pursuant to that consignment note; and

(b)in Part E2, the particulars of the vehicle registration are not required.

(4) The consignee shall retain one copy and ensure that a copy is given to the consignor, and to the hazardous waste producer or holder, where different from the consignor.

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