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The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010

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Record keeping for exempt waste operations

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14.—(1) This paragraph applies to every exempt waste operation where the waste operation—

(a)is a WEEE operation; or

(b)falls within a description in—

(i)subject to sub-paragraph (2), paragraph U10 or U11,

(ii)paragraph T9,

(iii)paragraph T3 or T7 where the operation is carried on by waste mobile plant.

(2) But it does not apply in relation to an exempt waste operation where—

(a)the waste operation falls within a description in paragraph U10 or U11; and

(b)the establishment or undertaking is required to keep records in relation to the operation and the waste that is subject to that operation under the Nitrate Pollution Prevention Regulations 2008(1) or the Nitrate Pollution Prevention (Wales) Regulations 2008(2).

(3) An establishment or undertaking which carries on an exempt waste operation to which this paragraph applies must—

(a)keep records of the quantity, nature, origin and, where relevant, the destination and treatment method of all waste disposed of or recovered in the course of that operation; and

(b)where the waste operation falls within a description in paragraph T3 or T7 and is carried on by waste mobile plant, keep records of the places where the operation is carried on.

(4) An establishment or undertaking which carries on an exempt waste operation to which this paragraph applies must—

(a)retain any records that it is required to keep under sub-paragraph (3) for a period of 2 years; and

(b)during that period make those records available to the exemption registration authority on request.

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