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  Waste Transfer Note

waste.

Use a waste transfer note season ticket

For repeat transfers you can use a season ticket. This is a single WTN that can cover multiple transfers over a period of up to 12 months. You can agree to use a season ticket if… read more

  Duty of care - Your waste responsibilities

…hazardous/special waste - see our guideline on hazardous/special waste. Use a waste transfer note season ticket For repeat transfers you can use a season ticket. This is a single WTN that can cover multiple transfers over a period of up to 12 months. You can agree to use a season ticket if all of… read more

  Waste storage & transport

…and dealers

Waste transfer notes

You must complete a waste transfer note (WTN) for every load of waste you pass on or accept. You must keep copies of all your WTNs for at least two years.

You may be able to use a 'season ticket' if you have… read more

  Transferring waste checklist for Northern Ireland

…the waste transfer note is accurate. Use a season ticket for multiple waste transfers if all of the following stay the same: the parties involved in the transfer (the waste producer and the waste carrier or waste disposal business) the description of the waste transferred the place the waste is… read more

  Transporting waste or sewage

waste transfer note before you transport waste.

You must complete a waste transfer note every time you move waste from one site to another, unless a 'season ticket' covers the transfer.

For regular waste transfers between customers and suppliers you can agree a season ticketread more

  Agricultural waste

…with your waste?

Use waste transfer notes

You must complete a waste transfer note (WTN) for every load of waste you pass to others. This will include a detailed description of the waste.

You may be able to use a 'season ticket' if you have… read more

  Hair and Beauty - Waste

…of Care for Waste

You must understand your waste responsibilities and comply with the Duty of Care for Waste. This includes:

  • Use waste transfer notes (WTN) when waste leaves your site, or a “season ticket” WTN from your waste company.
  • Store waste safely and securely… read more

  More waste materials (A-D)

…can deal with your waste? Use waste transfer notes You must complete a waste transfer note (WTN) for every load of waste you pass to others. This will include a detailed description of the waste. You may be able to use a 'season ticket' if you have regular collections of waste of the same type and… read more

  [quick-start-checklist-for-retail-and-wholesale-staff.pdf]

…their waste carriers certificate. Complete waste transfer notes every time someone takes waste away from your site, or use a season ticket for multiple transfers. If you take your waste to a disposal site, check that they have a permit. Complete a waste transfer note if you take your waste to a… read more

  Transferring waste checklist for Scotland

…the waste transfer note is accurate. Use a season ticket for multiple waste transfers if all of the following stay the same: the parties involved in the transfer (the waste producer and the waste carrier or waste disposal business) the description of the waste transferred the place the waste is… read more

  More storage handling & transport of waste

waste transfer note before you transport waste. You must complete a waste transfer note every time you move waste from one site to another, unless a 'season ticket' covers the transfer. For regular waste transfers between customers and suppliers you can agree a season ticket where one transfer noteread more

  More waste treatment processes (A-O)

waste type. If you comply with the criteria, the product you recover is not considered to be waste so you can use it without needing to follow waste management controls. For example, if it is not classed as a waste, you do not need to transport it using a waste carrier or with a waste transfer note.read more

Whats new on NetRegs

  • Waste – Duty of Care Roles and Responsibilities

    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.

    https://www.daera-ni.gov.uk/publications/waste-duty-care-responsibilities

  • Please let us know your thoughts on our new website

    What do you think about our new and improved website. We want your feedback on what you like, what you don’t like and ways we can continue to improve the website. Follow the link to complete the very short survey: NetRegs website – User feedback

  • NEW guidance on Environmental Management Systems

    We have recently updated and improved our guidance on Environmental Management Systems (EMS). You can find the guidance via the Environmental Topics tab or alternatively select the following link Environmental Management Systems (EMS).

  • Consultation on proposed changes to the packaging recycling business targets

    See NI Future legislation or Scotland Future legislation for details of the Consultation

  • NetRegs SMEnvironment survey 2016

    NetRegs has carried out a survey of environmental awareness among SMEs. There are separate reports for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

  • NIEA Guidance - Greenfield Excavated Matrials in Construction

    NIEA and the CEF have developed a Regulatory Position to promote Sustainable re-use of natural excavated material from Greenfield sites.

    NIEA: Guidance on the Regulation of Greenfield Excavated Materials in Construction and Development

  • New GPP 2 Above Ground Oil Storage

    The replacements for the PPGs are being developed. Now available GPP 2 Above Ground Oil Storage

  • SEPA Consultation on an Intergated Authorisation Framework

    SEPA is asking for your views on the proposals for integrated authorisations.

    Consultation documents

  • GPP 24 Stables, Kennels and Catteries

    NEW GPP 24 now available: Stables, Kennels and Catteries

  • ENDS Award Shortlist

    NetRegs has been nominated for 3 ENDS Awards with the result being revealed on the 4th of May.

  • NetRegs wins an ENDS Environmental Impact Award

    Knowledge development category winners, see the END Awards

  • EIA (Agriculture) Regulations for Northern Ireland

    Any person intending to alter the use or management of areas of uncultivated or semi-natural land must obtain prior approval from the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA).

    Read more on the DAERA website

  • Download our NEW leaflet today: Duty of Care for waste

    NetRegs have produced a new leaflet for Scottish businesses explaining what you must do to comply with YOUR duty of care for waste.

    Duty of Care for waste (Scotland) leaflet (PDF - 775KB)

     

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