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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013

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SCHEDULE 7Declaration of compliance

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PART 1Information to be included in a declaration of compliance by a producer or authorised representative

1.  The name and address of the producer or authorised representative in respect of whom the declaration is issued.

2.  The name and title of the person who issues the declaration, including confirmation of whether that person is the producer or an authorised representative.

3.  The date of the declaration.

4.  The relevant compliance period to which the declaration relates.

5.  In relation to the WEEE from private households in respect of which the declaration is being issued—

(a)the reference number of the appropriate authority’s notification under regulation 11(8)(b); and

(b)a declaration that the obligations under regulation 11(1) that have been notified to the relevant producer or authorised representative by the appropriate authority under that regulation—

(i)have been met, or

(ii)have not been met.

6.  In relation to the WEEE from users other than private households in respect of which the declaration is being issued, a declaration that—

(a)the obligations under regulation 12(1)—

(i)have been met, or

(ii)have not been met;

(b)the amount in tonnes of WEEE for which the producer or authorised representative has been responsible for financing the costs of the collection, treatment, recovery and environmentally sound disposal during the relevant compliance period which fall, during the transitional period, within—

(i)each of the categories listed in Schedule 1 (excluding display equipment, appliances containing refrigerants, gas discharge lamps and LED light sources),

(ii)display equipment,

(iii)appliances containing refrigerants,

(iv)gas discharge lamps and LED light sources; and

(v)photovoltaic panels;

(c)from 1st January 2019, the amount in tonnes of WEEE for which the producer has been responsible for financing the costs of the collection, treatment, recovery and environmentally sound disposal during the relevant compliance period which fall within each of the categories listed in Schedule 3.

PART 2Information to be included in a declaration of compliance by an operator of a scheme

7.  The name and address of the operator of the scheme in respect of which the declaration is issued.

8.  The name and title of the person who issues the declaration.

9.  The date of the declaration.

10.  The relevant compliance period to which the declaration relates.

11.  In relation to the WEEE from private households in respect of which the declaration is being issued—

(a)the reference number of the appropriate authority’s notification under regulation 28(4)(b); and

(b)a declaration that the obligations under regulation 28 that have been notified to the relevant operator of the scheme by the appropriate authority under that regulation—

(i)have been met; or

(ii)have not been met.

12.  In relation to the WEEE from users other than private households in respect of which the declaration is being issued, a declaration that—

(a)the obligations under regulation 29—

(i)have been met, or

(ii)have not been met;

(b)the amount in tonnes of WEEE for which the operator of the scheme has been responsible for financing the costs of the collection, treatment, recovery and environmentally sound disposal during the relevant compliance period which fall, during the transitional period within—

(i)each of the categories listed in Schedule 1 (excluding display equipment, appliances containing refrigerants , gas discharge lamps, LED light sources and photovoltaic panels),

(ii)display equipment,

(iii)appliances containing refrigerants,

(iv)gas discharge lamps and LED light sources; and

(v)photovoltaic panels;

(c)the amount in tonnes of WEEE for which the operator of the scheme has been responsible for financing the costs of the collection, treatment, recovery and environmentally sound disposal during the relevant compliance period which fall within Schedule 3.

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