The EA are set to publish their guidance on the appropriate measures for biological treatment. Wiser Environment explains where and how the new waste controls apply.
The EA has updated its fire prevention plan guidance. The update includes further information on the Agency’s fire prevention plan demands. New advice includes physical demonstrations for alternative measures and more.
Affecting all scrap sites, the EA has published new standards waste metal shredders. Wiser Environment explains how the new controls apply.
Defra has published their Waste Management Plan for England. The purpose of the consultation is to ensure that the Plan will fulfil the obligations of the Waste Regulations 2011. To help operators understand how the waste management plan for England may impact them, Wiser Environment explains how the waste controls apply.
The EA have sent duty of care for WEEE POPs guidance to WEEE operators across England; highlighting appropriate measures operators to correctly handle POPs.
To help business in the process of preparing for remote auditing, the Wiser Environment IMS team has best practice to share.
To help support ELV sites in maintaining environmental compliance, Wiser Environment explains where the ELV waste controls apply.
As a haulage business is hit with a hefty fine and a worker is injured, Wiser Environment’s health and safety experts explain why systematic training must be a business priority.
What is ISO 45001? ISO 45001 is the new occupational health & safety management systems standard published in March 2018. It replaces the current standard OHSAS 18001:2007 which is being withdrawn. The new ISO standard has been developed in line with the International Labour Organization’s international labour standards and conventions. On launch it was billed…
On 20th June 2019, the EU clarified their determinations on the regulation of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) (2019/1021). Specifically, the EU has adopted stricter rules on the disposal of waste containing POPs which includes waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). POPs plastics must now be disposed of via thermal treatment to minimise their risk to…