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PART 2Collection, transportation, storage, handling, processing and disposal of animal by-products

Category 1 material

4.—(1) Any person who possesses or has control over any Category 1 material and who fails to comply with Article 4(2) or Article 4(3) of the Community Regulation is guilty of an offence.

(2) For the purposes of Article 4(2)(b) of the Community Regulation the material may be processed using any of the processing methods 1 to 5.

(3) This regulation does not apply in relation to material referred to in Article 4(1)(e) of the Community Regulation (catering waste from means of transport operating from outside the Community).

Category 2 material

5.—(1) Any person who possesses or has control over any Category 2 material and who fails to comply with Article 5(2), Article 5(3) or Article 5(4) (other than the provision in Article 5(4) relating to export) of the Community Regulation is guilty of an offence.

(2) For the purposes of Article 5(2)(b) of the Community Regulation the material may be processed using any of the processing methods 1 to 5.

(3) For the purposes of Article 5(2)(e) of the Community Regulation the animal by-products specified in that paragraph may be applied to land provided that the National Assembly has not imposed any restrictions relating to animal health in relation to those by-products.

Category 3 material

6.  Any person who possesses or has control over any Category 3 material and who fails to comply with Article 6(2) or Article 6(3) of the Community Regulation is guilty of an offence.

Mixing mammalian and non-mammalian by-products

7.  Where mammalian by-products and non-mammalian by-products are mixed the mixture must be regarded as mammalian by-products.

Collection, transportation and storage

8.—(1) Any person who fails to comply with Article 7(1), 7(2) or 7(5) of the Community Regulation is guilty of an offence.

(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1), if different categories of animal by-products are transported on one vehicle but in different containers or compartments, and complete separation of the different kinds of by-products cannot be guaranteed, the by-products transported must be treated as the highest risk category of the by-products transported.

(3) In accordance with Article 7(6) of that Regulation, the provisions of Article 7 do not apply in relation to manure transported within the United Kingdom.

(4) In accordance with Annex II, Chapter X, paragraph 1 to the Community Regulation, animal by-products transported within the United Kingdom may be accompanied by any commercial document that contains the information in Annex II, Chapter III to the Community Regulation, irrespective of the format.