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The End-of-Life Vehicles Regulations 2003

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I General

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART II Application

    1. 3.Vehicles and End-of-Life Vehicles to which these Regulations apply

    2. 4.Existing Community legislation and relevant national legislation

    3. 5.Application to vehicles produced in small series

  4. PART III Design Requirements

    1. 6.Prohibition on heavy metals

    2. 7.Requirement for technical documentation

    3. 8.

    4. 9.Compliance Notice

    5. 10.Offences

    6. 11.Penalties

    7. 12.Defence of due diligence

    8. 13.Liability of persons other than the principal offender

  5. PART IV Information requirements

    1. 14.Coding Standards

    2. 15.

    3. 16.

    4. 17.

    5. 18.Dismantling Information

    6. 19.

    7. 20.Reporting and Information

    8. 21.Compliance Notice

    9. 22.

    10. 22A.Entry and Inspection

    11. 23.Offences

    12. 24.Penalties

    13. 25.Enforcement

    14. 26.

  6. PART V Certificate of destruction

    1. 27.Issue of the certificate of destruction

    2. 28.Prohibition of charges

    3. 29.Form and content of certificate of destruction

    4. 29A.Issue of a certificate of destruction

    5. 30.Enforcement

    6. 31.Offences

    7. 32.Penalties

    8. 33.Certificate of destruction issued in an EEA State or Gibraltar

    9. 34.Amendments to the Road Vehicles (Registration and Licensing) Regulations 2002

    10. 35.Restrictions on disclosure of information

    11. 36.Interpretation

  7. PART VI Delivery of end-of-life vehicles to treatment facilities

    1. 37.Application

    2. 38.Delivery of an end-of-life vehicle to a treatment facility

    3. 39.

    4. 40.Enforcement

    5. 41.

    6. 42.Offences

    7. 43.Penalties

  8. PART VII Keeping and treatment of waste motor vehicles

    1. 44.Modification of conditions to existing site licences

    2. 45.Requirement for site licence in respect of activities formerly exempted

    3. 46.Conditions to be included in site licences

    4. 47.Recovery of depolluted waste motor vehicles as an exempt activity

    5. 48.Amendments to the Waste Management Licensing Regulations 1994

    6. 49.Charges

    7. 50.Interpretation

  9. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS EXEMPT FROM REGULATION 6

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      NOMENCLATURE OF MATERIAL AND COMPONENT CODING STANDARDS FOR END-OF-LIFE VEHICLES

      1. For the labelling and identification of vehicle plastic components and...

      2. —ISO 1043-1 Plastics—symbols and abbreviated terms. Part 1: Basic polymers...

      3. —ISO 1043-2 Plastics—symbols and abbreviated terms. Part 2: Fillers and...

      4. —ISO 11469 Plastics—Generic identification and marking of plastic products.

      5. For the labelling and identification of vehicle elastomer components and...

      6. —ISO 1629 Rubbers and latices—Nomenclature. This shall not apply to...

      7. The symbols “<” or “>” used in the ISO standards,...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5(3) OF DIRECTIVE 2000/53/EC

      1. 1.Name, address, signature and registration or identification number of the...

      2. 2.Name and address of competent authority responsible for the permit...

      3. 3.Date of issue of the certificate of destruction.

      4. 4.Vehicle nationality mark and registration number (attach the registration document...

      5. 5.Class of vehicle, brand and model.

      6. 6.Vehicle identification number (chassis).

      7. 7.Name, address, nationality and signature of the holder or owner...

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      INFORMATION IN CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

      1. The information to be contained in a certificate of compliance...

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      CONDITIONS TO BE INCLUDED IN SITE LICENCES

      1. PART 1 Obligations in respect of keeping or treatment of waste motor vehicles

        1. 1.No waste motor vehicle shall be kept (even temporarily) unless...

        2. 2.No waste motor vehicle shall be treated unless, in respect...

      2. PART 2 Minimum technical requirements for the keeping and treatment of waste motor vehicles

        1. 1.The keeping (even temporarily) of a waste motor vehicle prior...

        2. 2.The treatment of a waste motor vehicle shall only be...

        3. 3.Treatment operations for the depollution of a waste motor vehicle...

        4. 4.In order to promote its subsequent recycling, where an article...

        5. 5.Any keeping operations shall be carried out in such a...

  10. Explanatory Note

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