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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013

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18.  That the proposed scheme or scheme has the necessary resources and systems in place to—

(a)maintain up to date records of its scheme members, including—

(i)their names and addresses, and

(ii)their EEE producer registration numbers;

(b)handle WEEE from private households, if it proposes to do so, (including collection and transportation to ATFs and funding of treatment, recovery and recycling) in order to discharge the operator of the scheme’s notified obligation under regulation 28 in an appropriate and timely manner;

(c)handle WEEE from users other than private households, if it proposes to do so, (including collection and transportation to ATFs and funding of treatment, recovery and recycling) in order to discharge the operator of the scheme’s obligations under regulation 29 in an appropriate and timely manner;

(d)where a proposed scheme is the subject of an application for approval made under regulation 55, or where a scheme is approved under that regulation for the purposes of regulation 28 , accept return of WEEE from private households free of charge from—

(i)distributors in accordance with regulation 43; and

(ii)final holders in accordance with regulation 52;

(e)keep, update and supply records to the appropriate authority as required under regulation 40 or 41;

(f)supply information to the appropriate authority as required under regulations 35 and 37 or 36 and 38;

(g)submit declarations of compliance and supporting evidence notes as required under regulation 39;

(h)check that the information supplied to it by its scheme members under regulation 18 is as accurate as reasonably possible and that the operator of the scheme’s submission of that information to the appropriate authority will meet a similar standard of accuracy; and

(i)maintain good environmental practices.

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