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1. The name of the producer and any brand name under which the producer operates in the United Kingdom.
2. The following contact details for the producer—
(a)the full postal address (including post code) and telephone number of—
(i)the producer’s registered office; or
(ii)if the producer is not a company registered in the United Kingdom, the producer’s principal place of business in the United Kingdom;
(b)a website address; and
(c)where available, a fax number and e-mail address.
3. An address for service of notices on the producer if different from the addresses mentioned in paragraph 2.
4. An indication of the categories of battery placed on the market by the producer.
5. Information as to—
(a)whether the producer meets its responsibilities under these Regulations individually or collectively; and
(i)the name of the battery compliance scheme;
(ii)the name of the scheme operator; and
(iii)the address and telephone number of the registered office of the scheme operator or, if not a company registered in the United Kingdom, the principal place of business and telephone number of the scheme operator in the United Kingdom.
6. The producer’s battery producer registration number.
7. The date of the application for registration.
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