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The Ozone-Depleting Substances and Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Introduction

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. PART 2 Ozone-depleting substances

    1. SECTION 1 Amendment of subordinate legislation

      1. 2.The Ozone-Depleting Substances Regulations 2015

    2. SECTION 2 Amendment and saving of retained direct EU legislation

      1. 3.Regulation (EC) No 1005/2009

      2. 4.Article 3 (definitions)

      3. 5.Insertion of new Articles 3A and 3B

      4. 6.Article 7 (production, placing on the market and use of controlled substances as feedstock)

      5. 7.Article 8 (production, placing on the market and use of controlled substances as process agents)

      6. 8.Article 9 (placing on the market of controlled substances for destruction or reclamation and of products and equipment containing or relying on controlled substances for destruction)

      7. 9.Article 10 (essential laboratory and analytical uses of controlled substances other than hydrochlorofluorocarbons)

      8. 10.Article 11 (production, placing on the market and use of hydrochlorofluorocarbons and placing on the market of products and equipment containing or relying on hydrochlorofluorocarbons)

      9. 11.Article 12 (quarantine and pre-shipment applications and emergency uses of methyl bromide)

      10. 12.Article 13 (critical uses of halons and decommissioning or equipment containing halons)

      11. 13.Article 14 (transfer of rights and industrial rationalisation)

      12. 14.Article 15 (imports of controlled substances or of products and equipment containing or relying on controlled substances)

      13. 15.Article 16 (release for free circulation in the Community of imported controlled substances)

      14. 16.Article 17 (export of controlled substances or of products and equipment containing or relying on controlled substances)

      15. 17.Article 18 (licensing of imports and exports)

      16. 18.Article 19 (measures for monitoring of illegal trade)

      17. 19.Article 20 (trade with a State not party to the Protocol and a territory not covered by the Protocol)

      18. 20.Article 21 (list of products and equipment containing or relying on controlled substances)

      19. 21.Article 22 (recovery and destruction of used controlled substances)

      20. 22.Article 23 (leakages and emissions of controlled substances)

      21. 23.Article 24 (new substances)

      22. 24.Amendment of heading for Chapter 7

      23. 25.Article 25 (committee)

      24. 26.Article 26 (reporting by the Member States)

      25. 27.Article 27 (reporting by undertakings)

      26. 28.Article 28 (inspection)

      27. 29.Article 29 (penalties)

      28. 30.Words after Article 31 (entry into force)

      29. 31.Commission Decision 2010/372/EU

      30. 32.Commission Regulation (EU) No 291/2011

      31. 33.Commission Regulation (EU) No 537/2011

      32. 34.The EEA agreement

  4. PART 3 Fluorinated greenhouse gases

    1. SECTION 1 Amendment of subordinate legislation

      1. 35.The Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases Regulations 2015

    2. SECTION 2 Amendment of retained direct EU legislation

      1. 36.Regulation (EU) No 517/2014

      2. 37.Article 2 (definitions)

      3. 38.Insertion of new Articles 2A and 2B

      4. 39.Article 4 (leak checks)

      5. 40.Article 6 (record keeping)

      6. 41.Article 8 (recovery)

      7. 42.Article 9 (producer responsibility schemes)

      8. 43.Article 10 (training and certification)

      9. 44.Article 11 (restrictions on the placing on the market)

      10. 45.Article 12 (labelling and product and equipment information)

      11. 46.Article 14 (pre-charging of equipment with hydrofluorocarbons)

      12. 47.Article 15 (reduction of the quantity of hydrofluorocarbons placed on the market)

      13. 48.Article 16 (allocation of quotas for placing hydrofluorocarbons on the market)

      14. 49.Article 17 (registry)

      15. 50.Article 18 (transfer of quotas and authorisation to use quotas for the placing on the market of hydrofluorocarbons in imported equipment)

      16. 51.Article 19 (reporting on production, import, export, feedstock use and destruction of the substances listed in Annexes 1 or 2)

      17. 52.Article 20 (collection of emissions data)

      18. 53.Article 21 (review)

      19. 54.Article 22 (exercise of the delegation)

      20. 55.Article 23 (consultation forum)

      21. 56.Article 24 (committee procedure)

      22. 57.Article 25

      23. 58.Words after Article 27 (entry into force and date of application)

      24. 59.Annex 5 (calculation of the maximum quantity, reference values and quotas for placing hydrofluorocarbons on the market)

      25. 60.Annex 7 (data to be reported pursuant to Article 19)

      26. 61.Commission Regulation (EC) No 1497/2007

      27. 62.Commission Regulation (EC) No 1516/2007

      28. 63.Commission Regulation (EC) No 304/2008

      29. 64.Commission Regulation (EC) No 306/2008

      30. 65.Commission Regulation (EC) No 307/2008

      31. 66.Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1191/2014

      32. 67.Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2065

      33. 68.Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2066

      34. 69.Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2067

      35. 70.Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2068

      36. 71.Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/879

      37. 72.Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2017/1984

      38. 73.The EEA agreement

  5. Signature

  6. Explanatory Note

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