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6. For regulation 14, substitute—
14.—(1) This regulation applies to any separated domestic fraction, that is to say, hazardous waste which—
(a)is domestic waste; and
(b)has been separated from other domestic waste.
(2) Nothing in these Regulations imposes obligations on an occupier of domestic premises in relation to separated domestic fractions which have been produced at those premises.
(3) Part 4 of these Regulations applies to separated domestic fractions from the time at which the waste is accepted for collection, disposal or recovery—
(a)from the domestic premises at which the waste was produced; or
(b)at a site for the reception of domestic waste to which the separated domestic fractions are taken by an occupier of domestic premises.
(4) After separated domestic fractions have been removed from the premises at which the waste was produced and taken to other premises for collection, disposal or recovery, any establishment or undertaking which accepts the separated domestic fractions for collection, disposal or recovery must be treated from the time at which the waste is so accepted as the producer of the waste for the purposes of these Regulations.”.
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