Regulation (2009:1031) On Producer Responsibility For Drugs

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1031) om producentansvar för läkemedel

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2009:1031

section 1 of this regulation are notified



1. with the support of the 15 Cape. section 6 of the environmental code regarding 3-5 sections,



2. with the support of the 15 Cape. section 7 of the environmental code in terms of §§ 3 and 8,

and



3. Moreover, pursuant to Chapter 8. section 13 of the Constitution.



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For the purposes of this regulation,



Medicine: the same as in section 1 of the medicines Act (1992:859),



producer: retailers of medicine with

authorisation pursuant to Chapter 2. section 1 of the Act (2009:366) on trade in

medicines,



waste: the same as in chapter 15. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code, and



hazardous waste: the same as in section 3 of the regulation on waste

(2011:927). Regulation (2011:1007).



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For the purposes of this regulation,



medicines: same as in Chapter 2. section 1 of the medicines Act (2015:315),



producer: retailers of medicinal products authorised pursuant to Chapter 2. section 1 of the Act (2009:366) on trade in pharmaceuticals,



waste: the same as in chapter 15. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code, and



hazardous waste: the same as in section 3 of the regulation on waste (2011:927). Regulation (2015:464).



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It is said that this regulation on medicinal products should also

apply such products or groups of products referred to in paragraph 3 of the

the medicines Act (1992:859).



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It is said that this regulation on medicinal products shall also apply to a product or group of products for which by virtue of chapter 18. section 2 of the medicines Act (2015:315) has stipulated that the medicines Act to apply, in whole or in part.

Regulation (2015:464).



4 § A producer will charge take care of waste



1. consists of medications,



2. raised in household, and



3. submitted by the public to the producer.



The obligation referred to in the first subparagraph shall not apply to hazardous

waste.



5 § A producer to fulfil its obligation under paragraph 4,

accepting the waste at the point of sale subject

of the producer's business.



The obligation to take care of the waste referred to in the first subparagraph

applies only to such amount of medicine that is in reasonable

proportion to the amount of medicine that producer

provides.



section 6 of the Regulations of the municipality shall be responsible for the transport and

the recovery or disposal of household waste is available in 15

Cape. section 8 of the environmental code. This responsibility is being restricted by

the provisions of this regulation only in the case of waste

that Regulation shall be submitted to the responsible

producer.



7 § a provision that the holder of the waste shall ensure

that waste is managed in a health-and environmentally

acceptable way can be found in chapter 15. 5 a of the environmental code.



section 8 A producer shall inform those who buy drugs by

the producer about the possibility of leaving the waste

medicines to the producer and why waste should

be handled in special ways.