Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
…NIEA: Registered carriers / transporters database SEPA: Registered waste carriers and brokers In Scotland, certain types of organisation and carriers of certain waste types, such as animal by-products waste, mines and quarry wastes, and agricultural waste, are exempt from waste carrier registration… read more
…waste, you must register with the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) or the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) as a waste carrier. Controlled waste includes commercial, industrial and household waste, as well as hazardous waste. Most radioactive wastes and explosive wastes are… read more
…Application form to register as a professional collector or transporter of waste See our guidance on Waste carriers, brokers and dealers If you transport hazardous/special waste you must: * keep it separate from other wastes * use sealed and clearly labelled containers * check that it is transferred… read more
…special waste * Waste carriers, brokers and dealers * Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) * Waste site directories * Receiving hazardous / special waste * Receiving waste or sewage * Storing waste or sewage * Transporting waste or sewage * Waste & sewage landfill operators * Waste… read more
…(SEPA) as a waste carrier. Controlled waste includes commercial, industrial and household waste, as well as hazardous waste. Most radioactive wastes and explosive wastes are controlled by other regulations. Radioactive substances and waste All businesses can register as waste carriers including… read more
…of waste carriers, brokers and dealers as well as exempt waste activities. Waste (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2011 SR 127 Requires businesses to apply the waste management hierarchy, introduces a two-tier system for waste carrier, broker and dealer registration, establishes waste prevention… read more
…revoked or withdrawn. You can apply for registration as a:
You can get application forms to register from the NIEA.
If you had a waste carrier certificate before 8 April 2011, you don't need to do anything. When… read more
…a two-tier registration system for waste carriers. Waste carriers transport controlled waste as part of their business. Waste brokers arrange for other businesses' controlled waste to be handled, transported, disposed of or recovered. Waste dealers buy waste from other businesses to sell it on.… read more
…carriers and managers of waste to keep records and use waste transfer notes.
Controlled Waste and Duty of Care Regulations (Northern Ireland) SR 2013/255 (as amended) Clarify classification of wastes as… read more
…waste' in Scotland, to cover all hazardous waste, and regulates waste carriers by requiring them to complete and keep consignment notes. Special Waste (Amendment) Regulations 1996 SI 2019 Amends 1996/972 by defining special waste in Scotland, to cover all hazardous waste, and regulates waste… read more
…waste Operating your landfill site Hazardous / special waste Reduce, reuse and recycle your business waste Waste carriers, brokers and dealers Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Waste site directories More storage handling & transport of waste More waste materials (A-D) More waste… read more
…controlled waste. Controlled waste includes agricultural waste, as well as commercial waste, industrial waste, hazardous/special waste, construction and demolition waste, and household waste.
The duty of care places obligations on you as a waste producer, and also on carriers… read more
The Northern Ireland Environment Agency has published a short guide to the duty of care responsibilities including advice and information for waste producers, carriers and those accepting, storing and treating waste.
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NIEA and the CEF have developed a Regulatory Position to promote Sustainable re-use of natural excavated material from Greenfield sites.
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