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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (Amendment) Regulations 2014

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation commencement and application

  3. 2.Amendments to the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013

  4. 3.Substitution of the word ‘will’ for the word ‘must’

  5. 4.Amendments to the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2012

  6. Signature

  7. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Provisions in which the word ‘must’ replaces all use of the word ‘will’

      1. PART 1 Regulations

        1. 1.Regulation 13 (producers supplying EEE by means of distance communication)...

        2. 2.Regulation 19 (declaration of Compliance)

        3. 3.Regulation 20 (record Keeping)

        4. 4.Regulation 21 (declaration of EEE producer registration number)

        5. 5.Regulation 22 (marking EEE with the crossed out wheeled bin...

        6. 6.Regulation 23 (marking EEE with a date mark)

        7. 7.Regulation 24 (information on new types of EEE)

        8. 8.Regulation 27 (notification of a new scheme)

        9. 9.Regulation 30 (prioritisation of the reuse of whole appliances)

        10. 10.Regulation 31 (treatment)

        11. 11.Regulation 35 (reporting: WEEE during the transitional period)

        12. 12.Regulation 36 (reporting: WEEE from 1st January 2019)

        13. 13.Regulation 37 (reporting: EEE placed on the market during the...

        14. 14.Regulation 38 (reporting: EEE placed on the market from 1st...

        15. 15.Regulation 39 (declaration of compliance)

        16. 16.Regulation 40 (record keeping: transitional period)

        17. 17.Regulation 41 (record keeping: From 1st January 2019)

        18. 18.Regulation 42 (takeback)

        19. 19.Regulation 44 (information)

        20. 20.Regulation 45 (record keeping)

        21. 21.Regulation 48 (obligation to optimise the reuse and recycling of...

        22. 22.Regulation 53 (notification of an intention to retain WEEE falling...

        23. 23.Regulation 54 (shipments of used EEE)

        24. 24.Regulation 56 (notification of a decision to refuse to approve...

        25. 25.Regulation 60 (requirement for approval)

        26. 26.Regulation 63 (conditions of approval)

        27. 27.Regulation 66 (reporting)

        28. 28.28. Regulation 67 (record keeping)

        29. 29.Regulation 72 (code of Practice)

        30. 30.Regulation 80 (information)

      2. PART 2 Schedules

        1. 31.Schedule 11, Part 2 (conditions of approval of authorised treatment...

        2. 32.Schedule 14 (procedure of appeals)

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Provisions in which specific uses of the word ‘will’ are substituted by the word ‘must’ as set out in this schedule

      1. PART 1 Regulations

      2. PART 2 Schedules

  8. Explanatory Note

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