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30.—(1) Each operator of a scheme who has obligations under regulation 22, 23, 25 or 26 in relation to any compliance period, or any part of a compliance period, shall keep records of the following information—
(a)the amount in tonnes of all WEEE which that operator of a scheme has delivered to or collected from or caused to be deposited at or collected from—
(i)a designated collection facility,
(ii)an AATF, or
(iii)an approved exporter,
during that compliance period, or that part of a compliance period;
(b)the categories of the WEEE referred to in sub-paragraph (a) by reference to—
(i)each of the categories listed in Schedule 1 (excluding display equipment, cooling appliances containing refrigerants and gas discharge lamps),
(iii)cooling appliances containing refrigeration, and
(iv)gas discharge lamps,
(c)for each category referred to in sub-paragraph (b), the amount in tonnes of WEEE intended for use by—
(i)private households, and
(ii)users other than private households; and
(d)the amount in units of WEEE reused as a whole appliance.
(2) The records referred to in this regulation shall be kept for a period of at least four years commencing on the date on which any such record is made and shall be made available to the appropriate authority on demand.
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