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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013

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39.—(1) Where an operator of a scheme has any obligation in relation to—

(a)WEEE from private households under regulation 28, 31 or 32; or

(b)WEEE from users other than private households under regulation 29, 31 or 32 during a relevant compliance period

that operator of a scheme will provide a declaration of compliance to the appropriate authority on or before 31st March of the year that immediately follows the end of that compliance period.

(2) A declaration of compliance must—

(a)be made in writing;

(b)include the information set out in Part 2 of Schedule 7;

(c)be accompanied by copies of all evidence notes acquired in respect of the relevant compliance period to which the declaration relates; and

(d)where a scheme operator has elected to pay a compliance fee in relation to regulation 33, contain evidence that the compliance fee has been paid.

(3) Where an operator of a scheme is under an obligation to provide a declaration of compliance under this regulation, that declaration will be signed by—

(a)where that operator of a scheme is an individual, that individual;

(b)where that operator of a scheme is a partnership, a partner;

(c)where that operator of a scheme is a body registered in the United Kingdom, a director of that body; and

(d)where that operator of a scheme is a body that is not registered in the United Kingdom, the individual who has control or management of that body.

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