In most circumstances* moving waste within England & Wales requires a completed Duty of Care waste transfer note. If the waste is hazardous, it should be accompanied by a Hazardous waste consignment note. For loads that include hazardous and non-hazardous waste, both waste notes are issued.
Waste transfer notes online is aimed at organisations that regularly produce Waste transfer notes and Hazardous waste consignment notes. Waste notes online is ideal for Waste holders, Waste Management Facilities, Waste Brokers and Waste Carriers.
If you find completing waste transfer notes and Hazardous waste consignment notes repetitive and time consuming then Waste Notes online may be your ideal solution.
Waste Notes online not only lets you produce printable electronic waste notes but also provides valuable assistance to ensure you prepare waste notes accurately and in record time.
Waste notes online is an electronic system that helps you prepare and complete Waste transfer notes and Hazardous waste consignment notes for use in England and Wales.
The web based Waste note software interfaces with various online services to automatically fetch SIC 2003 & SIC 2007 data, Local Authority and site addresses. Information is supplied directly from UK Government data sources, custom data tables and the Royal Mail Postcode Address File to ensure maxmium speed and accuracy.
In most cases entering a site postcode is all that is required to complete transferor, carrier and transferee details.
Waste notes online also provides a full list of LOW (EWC) codes which can customised to suit your industry.
The waste online software also provides advanced ADR (Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road) data for more complex Hazardous waste consignment notes.
Waste notes online provides a unique interactive interface based on familiar paper waste note formats. Using Waste notes online is easy if you are accustomed to filling in waste notes by hand.
A Duty of Care waste transfer note is issued for non-hazardous waste. The Environmental Protection Act 1990 requires that all collections are covered by a valid Transfer note; this is currently enacted by the Waste Regulations (England & Wales) 2011.
The Hazardous Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2005 require that a Hazardous waste consignment note must be completed to accompany hazardous waste when moved from any premises. The Hazardous Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2005 were amended in 2009 and later by the Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011.