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12. In regulation 24—
(a)for paragraph (1)(c), substitute—
“(c)accompanied by a business plan containing information on how the funds acquired from the issue of PRNs or PERNs are to be applied including information in respect of the following matters—
(i)investment in infrastructure and the development of capacity for the collection, sorting, treatment and reprocessing of packaging waste;
(ii)funding provided to other persons involved in the collection of packaging waste;
(iii)reductions in the prices of, and the development of new markets for, materials or goods made from recycled packaging waste;
(iv)the costs of complying with obligations in these Regulations;
(v)funds retained for future investment;
(vi)the development of a communications strategy for consumers of packaging made from recyclable materials; and”;
(b)at the end of paragraph (6), add “within 28 days of the breach”; and
(c)for paragraph (7), substitute—
“(7) An application to extend the accreditation of an exporter to include a further reprocessing site or sites to which they want to export packaging waste for reprocessing shall be made to the appropriate Agency on the form specified in paragraph (1) and be accompanied by a fee of—
(a)£85 for the first form submitted as part of the application; and
(b)£35 for each additional form submitted as part of the application.”.
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