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15. (1) This regulation applies to a producer who is notified under regulation 54(4) that approval of the battery compliance scheme of which the producer is a member (“the old scheme”) has been withdrawn.
(2) The producer is no longer a member of the old scheme from the date when the withdrawal takes effect and must, within 42 days of that date—
(a)become a member of another battery compliance scheme; or
(b)notify the appropriate authority of its intention to become a member of a proposed scheme.
(3) If the producer notifies its intention to become a member of a proposed scheme, the producer must become a member of a battery compliance scheme within 28 days of the date of the notification given to that producer under regulation 51(4).
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