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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (Amendment) Regulations 2009

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Amendments to the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2006

  4. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Amendments to the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2006

      1. 1.Amendments to Part 1 (general)

      2. 2.Amendments to Part 3 (producer obligations)

      3. 3.(1) Regulation 10 (obligation to join a scheme) is amended...

      4. 4.Amendments to Part 4 (scheme obligations)

      5. 5.(1) Regulation 22 (financing: WEEE from private households) is amended...

      6. 6.(1) Regulation 26 (recovery) is amended as follows.

      7. 7.(1) Regulation 27 (reporting: WEEE) is amended as follows.

      8. 8.(1) Regulation 28 (reporting: EEE put on the market) is...

      9. 9.(1) Regulation 29 (declaration of compliance) is amended as follows....

      10. 10.Amendments to Part 5 (distributor obligations and rights: WEEE from private households)

      11. 11.(1) Regulation 34 (record keeping) is amended as follows.

      12. 12.Amendments to Part 7 (approval of proposed schemes and withdrawal of approval of schemes)

      13. 13.(1) Regulation 43 (conditions of approval) is amended as follows....

      14. 14.Amendments to Part 8 (approval of authorised treatment facilities and exporters)

      15. 15.(1) Regulation 47 (application for approval) is amended as follows....

      16. 16.(1) Regulation 52 (reporting) is amended as follows.

      17. 17.(1) Regulation 58 (evidence notes) is amended as follows.

      18. 18.Regulation 59A (record keeping) shall be omitted.

      19. 19.Schedule 6 (information to be included in an application for registration of producers and notification of new scheme members)

      20. 20.Schedule 7 (approval of proposed schemes)

      21. 21.Schedule 8 (approval of authorised treatment facilities and exporters)

  5. Explanatory Note

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