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The Hazardous Waste (England and Wales)Regulations 2005

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Consignee’s return to the producer, holder or consignor

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54.—(1) Without prejudice to any duty under these Regulations on the part of the consignee to send any document or copy thereof to the producer, holder or consignor, a consignee shall send to a producer or holder identified in the relevant part of a consignment note—

(a)a return in a form corresponding to that set out in Schedule 8 or a form substantially to like effect within one month of the end of the quarter in which the waste concerned was accepted; or

(b)a copy of the consignment note together with a description of the method of disposal or recovery undertaken in relation to the waste, within one month of the end of the quarter in which the waste concerned was accepted.

(2) Where hazardous waste was delivered by pipeline in a case to which regulation 41 applies, paragraph (1) shall apply so that the return required under sub-paragraph (a) or the information required under sub-paragraph (b) shall be supplied within one month of the end of the quarter in which the waste concerned was piped.

(3) Where regulation 42 applies, this regulation does not apply to the consignment or part concerned.

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