Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers On 14 February 2006, Regulations No 139 "rules On Certain Dangerous Chemical Substances, Equipment And Product Use And Labelling Requirements And For Environmentally Harmful Goods List"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2006. gada 14. februāra noteikumos Nr. 139 "Noteikumi par atsevišķu bīstamas ķīmiskas vielas saturošu iekārtu un produktu lietošanas un marķēšanas prasībām un par videi kaitīgo preču sarakstu"

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2015/153.1

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 450 in Riga august 4, 2015 (pr. No 37 28) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers on 14 February 2006, regulations No 139 "rules for individual hazardous chemical substances, equipment and product use and labelling requirements and for environmentally harmful goods list" Issued in accordance with the law "on pollution" 11. the second paragraph of article 13 to make the Cabinet of Ministers on 14 February 2006, regulations No 139 "rules for individual hazardous chemical substances, equipment and product use and labelling requirements and for environmentally harmful goods list" (Latvian journal , 2006, no. 29; 2008. No 153; 2009, no. 118; 2012, 15 No.) the following amendments: 1. Express 24.1 point as follows: "manufacturers constructed equipment 15.0 in such a manner that the user who will use the equipment, you can easily remove the spent batteries and accumulators. If the user who will use the equipment, it is not possible to easily remove the spent batteries and accumulators from appliances, producers construct equipment that spent batteries and accumulators can be readily removed by qualified specialists who are independent of the manufacturer. Installations in which batteries and accumulators are incorporated, add instructions on how these batteries and accumulators can be removed safely, either the user who will use the equipment, or the qualified professionals. The instructions may include information of the user who will use the equipment, the installation of the battery or accumulator types. " 2. Supplement with 29., 30 and 31 by the following: "Until 2015 29 October 1 has been authorised for the placing on the market of these provisions 17.1. pogveid referred to the elements that the mercury content does not exceed 2% (by weight). 30. By 2016 December 31 is authorised for the placing on the market of these provisions referred to in paragraph 17.2. portable batteries and accumulators (regardless of whether they are included in the devices) that contain more than 0.002% of cadmium by weight, used in cordless power tools. 31.29 or 30 of these regulations referred to batteries and accumulators, which are placed on the market up to 29 or 30 of these regulations. period referred to in paragraph 1 and which, after that period no longer meets the requirements of these regulations, to market until you have sold the stocks of batteries or accumulators. " 3. Add to the informative reference to European Union directive to point 4 as follows: "4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 2013-2013/56/EU directive amending European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/66/EC on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators, as regards the application of cadmium-containing portable batteries and accumulators on the market, which are intended for use in cordless power tools as well as the button cell with a low mercury content on the market and repealing Commission decision 2009/603/EC. " Prime Minister, Minister of finance John Rare for environmental protection and regional development Minister David Gerhard