Bills Digest No. 39  2000-01 Excise Tariff Amendment (Product Stewardship for Waste Oil) Bill 2000

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Passage History
Main Provisions
Contact Officer & Copyright Details

Passage History

Excise Tariff Amendment (Product Stewardship for Waste Oil) Bill 2000

Date Introduced: 22 June 2000

House: House of Representatives

Portfolio: Treasury

Commencement: The Bill commences on Royal Assent. However, the operative part of the Bill (Schedule 1) commences on the same day as Part 2 of the Product Stewardship (Oil) Bill 2000.


To amend the Excise Tariff Act 1921 to introduce a five cent a litre / a kilogram excise on domestically produced lubricant-type oils.


The proposed excise will assist in funding payments to eligible companies recycling waste oil under the Product Stewardship Oil scheme.

For further background, readers are referred to the Bills Digest No. 36, 2000-01 on the Product Stewardship (Oil) Bill 2000.

Main Provisions

Under the existing taxation regime, domestically produced lubricant-type oils are not subject to excise. Schedule 1 amends various aspects of the Schedule to the Excise Tariff Act 1921 with the effect that these oils will be subject to a 5 cent a litre / a kilogram excise.

Contact Officer and Copyright Details

Angus Martyn
11 September 2000
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