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1. DUTY OF CARE

Duty of Care legislation applies to all waste producers. In essence the law requires you to take responsibility for waste produced by you or your company...

2. LANDFILL DIRECTIVE

The recent transposition of the European Landfill Directive into UK Law has lead to many changes in the way that some wastes can be disposed of...

3. TYRES

As of July 2003 whole tyres were banned from landfill. Shredded tyres may still be tipped at landfill but only until 2006 at which point there is an outright ban on tyres to landfill...

4. W.E.E.E. DIRECTIVE

The Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment Directive bans the use of certain hazardous components in newly manufactured goods in this category...

5. FRIDGES

Banned from landfill some time ago now the ‘fridge mountains’ are now subsiding as the infrastructure to deal with them in the UK develops...

6. FLUORESCENT LIGHT TUBES

Currently these may still be disposed of to landfill however there are recycling options available which recycle all component parts including the harmful mercury content ensuring a minimisation of harm to the environment...

7. ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS

Food Retailers and Manufacturers may not send raw meat to landfill. It must go to an approved plant for high temperature treatment eg: rendering or incineration prior to landfill or composting...

8. PACKAGING WASTE REGULATIONS

These require companies with turnover in excess of £2 million and handling over 50 tonnes of packaging material annually to prove recovery and recycling of your obligation...

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