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UK Environmental Law - Waste
 

Such people must take reasonable measures to prevent the deposit, treatment or disposal of waste, except in accordance with a waste management license.

Waste on site should be contained, stored securely, and labelled. It must only be transferred to an authorised person, accompanied by a transfer note that contains sufficient information to handle the waste safely.

Local authorities must establish and maintain registers of carriers of controlled waste. An "authorised" person is either a local authority or the holder of a waste management license.

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Failure to comply is a criminal offence, punishable on summary conviction by a fine up to 5,000 or on conviction on indictment by an unlimited fine.

Breaches of Environment Permits

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/
yourenv/eff/pollution/213370/
permit_breach


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