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Fire Safety In The Workplace

Fire Safety In The Workplace 3.00/5 (60.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019

Who is responsible? In England and Wales, if you’re an employer, owner, landlord or occupier of business or other non-domestic premises, you’re responsible for fire safety and are known as the ‘responsible person’. As the responsible person there are certain ... Read More »

Register As A Waste Carrier

Register As A Waste Carrier 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019
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Overview You usually need to register if you: Transport waste Arrange for waste to be transported, disposed of or recovered Buy or sell waste Controlled waste includes waste that is any of the following: Hazardous Commercial Industrial Household How to apply England and Wales You can register online as a waste carrier. Before you apply ... Read More »

Preventing Air Pollution

Preventing Air Pollution 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019
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Local controls Your local council can introduce extra controls on emissions if there are air quality problems in your area. If air quality falls below required standards, local councils will declare an Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) and make plans for improvements. If your business is in an AQMA, you could be affected by: Road ... Read More »

Packaging Waste: Producer And Supplier Responsibilities

Packaging Waste: Producer And Supplier Responsibilities 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019
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Overview There are rules to minimise packaging and make sure that most of it can be recovered or recycled. You must follow these rules if you’re a: Packaging producer Packaging designer Anyone who ‘handles obligated packaging’ is a producer. Obligated packaging doesn’t include waste, exports or reused packaging unless it is imported. What is packaging? ... Read More »

Hazardous Waste Registration

Hazardous Waste Registration 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019
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Overview You must register any business premises in England or Wales that produces or stores more than 500 kilograms of hazardous waste a year. This is known as a ‘hazardous waste notification’. Once registered you’ll get a ‘premises code’ and legally be able to store or move the waste off your premises. Your registration lasts 12 months ... Read More »

Green Taxes, Reliefs And Schemes For Businesses

Green Taxes, Reliefs And Schemes For Businesses 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019
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Overview Green taxes encourage businesses to operate in a more environmentally friendly way. There are different taxes and schemes designed for different kinds and size of business. You may be able to get reliefs or be exempt from some taxes – for example: If you need to use a lot of energy because of the ... Read More »

Green Deal: Energy Saving For Your Home Or Business

Green Deal: Energy Saving For Your Home Or Business 3.00/5 (60.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019
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How the Green Deal works You can make energy-saving improvements to your home or business without having to pay all the costs up front through the Green Deal. Energy-saving improvements include: Insulation – eg loft or cavity wall insulation Heating Draught-proofing Double glazing Renewable energy technologies – eg solar panels or wind turbines What you ... Read More »

Electrical Waste: Producer And Supplier Responsibilities

Electrical Waste: Producer And Supplier Responsibilities 3.00/5 (60.00%) 1 vote
Tuesday 29th October 2019
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Overview There are rules on how to deal with most waste electrical or electronic equipment (WEEE). These rules are known as the WEEE regulations and will apply to your business if you: Sell electrical and electronic equipment Generate WEEE Produce electrical or electronic equipment Manufacture or rebrand electrical or electronic equipment Import or export electrical ... Read More »