Waste transfer documentation often seems a dull subject. Yet with strict liability offences applying to such documentation, not to mention the risks to business reputation, it is important to get it right. This article is not a legal overview. Instead, Alan Field takes a practical look at the risks to be managed and the issues involved.
Controlling waste, and the need to document what has been done, is not a new topic. The basic legislation goes back to 1990 and there are many companies out there who will manage waste streams on behalf of Facilities Management (FM) contractors. The current trend, quite rightly, is towards waste minimisation, reuse and recycling.
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