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2. (1) This paragraph describes waste which is to be treated as household waste, industrial waste or commercial waste because of the place where it is produced.
(2) The second column of the table describes the places at which waste is produced.
(3) The waste must be treated for the purposes of Part 2 of the Act as the type of waste mentioned in the third column, subject to any exception in the fourth column.
|1||Private storage premises used wholly or mainly for the storage of articles of domestic use||Household waste|
|2||Land belonging to or used wholly or mainly in connection with domestic property or a caravan where waste from that property or caravan is to be treated as household waste||Household waste|
|3||A private garage||Household waste||Where the garage has a floor area exceeding 25m2 or is not used wholly or mainly for the accommodation of a private motor vehicle, the waste is to be treated as commercial waste|
|4||A vehicle or vessel used wholly for the purposes of living accommodation||Household waste||Where the vehicle or vessel is used in the course of a business for the provision of self-catering accommodation, the waste is to be treated as commercial waste|
|5||A place of worship||Household waste|
|6||A residential hostel which provides accommodation only to persons with no other permanent address or who are unable to live at their permanent address||Household waste|
|7||A penal institution||Household waste|
|8||A charity shop selling donated goods originating from domestic property||Household waste|
|9||A caravan or mobile home site for gypsies and travellers||Household waste|
|10||Premises used wholly or mainly for public meetings||Household waste|
|11||Domestic property used in the course of a business for the provision of self-catering accommodation||Commercial waste|
used in the course of a business for the provision of self-catering accommodation, or
which is not allowed to be used for human habitation throughout the year by virtue of a licence or planning permission
|13||Premises occupied by a charity and wholly or mainly used for charitable purposes||Commercial waste||Where the waste is from a place of worship or from premises used wholly or mainly for public meetings, it is to be treated as household waste|
|14||A camp site or a tent pitched on land other than a camp site||Commercial waste||Where the waste is from domestic premises at a camp site, it is to be treated as household waste|
|15||A royal palace||Commercial waste|
|16||Premises occupied by a club, society or any association of persons in which activities are conducted for the benefit of the members||Commercial waste|
Premises occupied by—
a government department;
a local authority;
a person appointed by or under any enactment to discharge public functions;
a body incorporated by Royal Charter
Waste classified as household waste or industrial waste because it is from a place—
otherwise described in this table (except for entry 27); or
described in section 75(5) or (6) of the Act (household waste or industrial waste)
|18||A hotel||Commercial waste|
|19||Any part of a composite hereditament used for the purposes of a trade or business||Commercial waste|
|20||A market or fair||Commercial waste|
|21||The practice of a general medical practitioner||Commercial waste|
A workshop or similar premises which is not a factory only because—
those working there are not employees; or
the work carried on there is not carried on by way of trade or for purposes of gain
|Industrial waste||Where the principal activities at the premises are computer operations or the copying of documents by photographic or lithographic means the waste is to be treated as commercial waste|
|23||Waste from a laboratory||Industrial waste|
|24||Waste from a scientific research association||Industrial waste|
|25||Waste from premises used for the breeding, boarding or stabling of animals||Industrial waste|
|26||Waste imported into England or Wales||Industrial waste|
|27||Directive waste from a place (including any vehicle, vessel or aircraft) not otherwise described in this table or in section 75(5) or (7) of the Act(1) (household waste and commercial waste)||Industrial waste|
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