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  • Permitted End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) sites that can meet the required standards in the ELV Directive for de-polluting vehicles. Authorised sites can have access to the DVLA Certificate of Destruction (CoD) scheme. Omission from this dataset does not necessarily mean that a site does not meet the End of Life Vehicle (ELV) Directive standards for an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF). Omission

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  • The Environmental Permitting Regulations, amongst other things, implement the IPPC (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) Directive (EC/61/96) in England and Wales. Facilities covered by this legislation are known as Installations and generally have significant releases to air, land or water, or carry out certain, larger scale, waste management activities. This dataset covers all Process

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  • Waste management licence is a legal document issued under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. A licence authorises the treatment, keeping or disposal of waste in or on the land. Once we have issued a licence, neither the activities nor the area of land may be changed unless the licence is modified. The Environmental Permitting Regulations, regulating waste sites, came into force on 6 April

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  • This dataset contains details pollution incidents reported to NRW. Only substantiated and closed environmental protection incidents are included.

    Data from 2013-04-01 to 2016-02-29 was stored in the legacy National Incident Recording System (NIRS) and provided as a seperate files. Data after 2016-03-01 is stored Incident Recording System (WIRS).

    Where these data indicate an incident

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  • The Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005 require that anyone who produces or holds hazardous waste at any premises Wales must register the premises with Natural Resources wales each year, unless the total quantity of hazardous waste is less than 500 kg each year. There is an online public register that allows searches to be run on registrations which shows the business name, registration reference,

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  • Historic Landfill Sites is a spatial dataset. These are landfill sites which have been taken off the Authorised Landfill Sites when the waste licence status changes to either:

    - Licence expired: Some licences issued under the Control of Pollution Act 1974 were time limited and expired on the date specified in the licence.

    - Licence Revoked: Whereby the licence has been entirely revoked and is

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  • The European Mining Waste Directive (2006/21/EC) requires Member States to create an inventory of closed or abandoned mine waste facilities causing serious environmental impacts, and to make this inventory available to the public. A waste facility means any area designated for the accumulation or deposit of extractive waste.

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    Contains Natural Resources Wales information

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  • Website statement: "Keep Wales Tidy considers that a "clean and tidy Wales" can be primarily achieved by changing peoples attitudes so that they do not engage in activities that have a negative impact on their local environments. A number of activities impact on the quality of the local environment and Keep Wales Tidy will initially concentrate on tackling the issues of litter, flytipping and dog

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    Website Environment Waste
  • This dataset contains information on Refuse Derived Fuel / RDF waste export data (monthly tonnage weights) from Wales to non-UK countries, since November 2014. Tonnage weight figures based on returns made by exporting and receiving / processing sites for each waste load shipped / exported for energy recovery outside the UK. Weight figures supplied are not verified by NRW.

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  • Waste and Respurces Action Programme (WRAP) Cynru home page. Website statement: "We work with businesses and individuals to help them reap the benefits of reducing waste, develop sustainable products and use resources in an efficient way. Established as a not-for-profit company in 2000, WRAP is backed by government funding from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales."

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    Website Environment Waste
  • Waste and Respurces Action Programme (WRAP) home page. Website statement: "We work with businesses and individuals to help them reap the benefits of reducing waste, develop sustainable products and use resources in an efficient way. Established as a not-for-profit company in 2000, WRAP is backed by government funding from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales."

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    Website Environment Waste
  • Waste Carriers Brokers and Dealers dataset contains details of currently permitted waste carriers, brokers and dealers in wales. Historical details are not included. A Carrier is a person who transports controlled waste in the course of a business or otherwise with a view to profit. Waste brokers are people who make arrangements, on behalf of others, to recover or dispose of waste, regardless of

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  • Current Waste Management Licence Exemption data as required by Schedule 3 of the Waste Management Licensing (WML) Regulations 1994 (as amended) lists the activities which are normally exempt from WML in Wales. Circular 26/94 in Wales provides additional information. Typical exemptions include:

     -Cleaning or coating of waste packaging, containers and textiles
     -Burning waste as a fuel in

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  • All operators of regulated waste management facilities have to provide us with details of the quantities and types of waste they deal with i.e. waste received into site and waste sent on from site to other facilities or processes. This data is used to monitor compliance but has historically been used by the EC, DEFRA and local authorities to assist in planning for new waste facilities and for

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  • The EU Waste Framework Directive (2008/98EC) provides the legislative framework for the collection, transport, recovery and disposal of waste. The directive requires all Member States to take the necessary measures to ensure waste is recovered or disposed of without endangering human health or causing harm to the environment and includes permitting, registration and inspection requirement.

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