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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013

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PART 1Information to be included in an application for registration of producers or authorised representatives and notification of new scheme members

1.  The compliance period in respect of which the application for registration or notification is being made.

2.  The name of the producer joining the scheme or the name of the authorised representative joining the scheme.

3.  The name of the scheme.

4.  The name of the operator of that scheme and, where the operator of that scheme is a partnership, the names of all the partners.

5.  The name, postal address, telephone number, email address and fax number of the registered office of each scheme member.

6.  Where a scheme member is an authorised representative, the contact details of the producer that they represent as set out in paragraph 5.

7.  The national identification code of the producer, including the European or national tax number of the producer.

8.  The categories of EEE (set out in Schedule 1 or 3 as appropriate) which the producer which the producer has placed onto the market in the United Kingdom during the compliance period in respect of which the application or notification is being made.

9.  The type of EEE (household or other than household EEE) that was placed onto the market in the United Kingdom during the compliance period in respect of which the application or notification is being made.

10.  The brand name under which EEE placed onto the market in the United Kingdom by that producer was placed onto the market.

11.  The way in which the producer meets their obligations.

12.  The selling technique used.

13.  The address for service of notices if different from the addresses mentioned in paragraph 5.

14.  The business name of a scheme member if different from any name given in compliance with paragraph 5.

15.  Where a scheme member is a partnership, the names of all the partners.

16.  In the case of a claim that a scheme member is eligible for the annual producer charge specified in regulation 59(2)(a), evidence that that scheme member is not, and is not required to be, registered under the Value Added Tax Act 1994.

17.  In the case of a claim that a scheme member is eligible for the annual producer charge specified in regulation 59(2)(b)—

(a)evidence that that scheme member is, or is required to be, registered under the Value Added Tax Act 1994; and

(b)evidence that the total turnover in pounds sterling of that scheme member in the last financial year was £1 million or less.

18.  In relation to each scheme member, confirmation of whether the operator of the scheme will be discharging that scheme member’s obligations under—

(a)regulation 28(1);

(b)regulation 29(1); or

(c)both (a) and (b).

19.  The Standard Industrial Classification (“SIC”) code for any scheme member that has one. For the purposes of this paragraph, an SIC code is a code that is included in the “Indexes to the United Kingdom Standard Industrial Classification of Economic Activities 2007” published by the Office for National Statistics.

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