A Manual of Environmental Protection Law: The Pollution Control Functions of the Environment Agency and SEPA

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The Special Waste Regulations 1996

S.I. 1996 No. 972


Amendment

As noted in the text these regulations have been amended by the Special Waste (Amendment) Regulations 1996, S.I. 1996/2019, reg.2, sch. These amending regulations came into force on 31 August 1996: reg.1.


References to material not set out in this Manual

Joint Circular: Environmental Protection Act 1990: Part II, Special Waste Regulations 1996. Department of the Environment Circular 6/96, Welsh Office Circular WO 21/96, Scottish Office Agriculture Environment and Fisheries Department Circular SOAEFD 13/96 of 13 June 1996. This circular is amended and updated by the following circular.

Joint Circular: Environmental Protection Act 1990: Part II, Special Waste (Amendment) Regulations 1996. Department of the Environment Circular 14/96, Welsh Office Circular WO 39/96, Scottish Office Agriculture Environment and Fisheries Department Circular SOAEFD 26/96 of 23 August 1996.


Arrangement of regulations
1. Citation, commencement, extent, application and interpretation 764
2. Meaning of special waste 766
3. Certain radioactive waste to be special waste 766
4. Coding of consignments 766
5. Consignment notes: standard procedure 767
6. Consignment notes: cases in which pre-notification is not required 767
7. Consignment notes: procedure where pre-notification is not required 768
8. Consignment notes: carrier's rounds 769
9. Consignment notes: removal of ships'waste to reception facilities 770
10. Consignment notes etc.: duty of consignee not accepting delivery of a consignment 771
11. Consignment notes: duties of the Agencies 771
12. Consignment notes: provisions as to furnishing 772
13. Consignment notes: importers and exporters 772
14. Fees 773
15. Registers 774
16. Site records 774
17. Restrictions on mixing special waste 775
18. Offences 775
19. Responsibilities of the Agencies 776
20. Transitional provisions for certificates of technical competence 776
21. Amendment of regulations relating to the assessment of environmental effects 777
22. Amendment of the Controlled Waste (Registration of Carriers and Seizure of Vehicles)
Regulations 1991
777
23. Amendment of the Environmental Protection (Duty of Care) Regulations 1991 777
24. Amendment of the Controlled Waste Regulations 1992 777
25. Amendment of the Waste Management Licensing Regulations 1994 777
26. Revocations and savings 777

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