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79.—(1) The appropriate authority must maintain and publish a list of—
(a)all battery compliance schemes that it has approved under regulation 49; and
(b)the scheme operators.
(2) The appropriate authority must issue an annual invoice for payment of the scheme subsistence charge to each scheme operator.
(3) The appropriate authority must publish the format in which—
(a)the information referred to in—
(iii)regulation 23; and
must be submitted to it in accordance with those regulations; and
(b)the information referred to in Part 1 of Schedule 3 must be submitted to it in an application for approval made under regulation 47.
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