Some waste operations will no longer benefit from an exemption, especially those involving higher quantities of waste and will require a permit.
NEW - April 2012 transitions
Customers who have a Paragraph 13 or Paragraph 21 exemption registered and cannot comply with one of the new exemptions, will need to apply for a permit by 6 April 2012.
Customers who have a Paragraph 12 exemption and cannot comply with one of the new exemptions, will need to apply for a permit by 30 April 2012.
Please read this page for more information about the April transitions:
If you have already checked that your waste operation is no longer exempt, look at the standard rules permits below and see if they cover your activity. If they don’t, you may need to apply for a bespoke permit.
Storage and spreading of sewage sludge (Paragraph 6)
Treatment of land for agricultural improvement or ecological benefit (Paragraph 7)
Reclamation, restoration or improvement of land (Paragraph 9)
Storage and composting of biodegradable waste (Paragaph 12)
Manufacture of soil, soil substitutes, roadstone and aggregate (Paragraph 13)
Manufacture and treatment of construction materials and timber products (Paragraph 13)
Waste for construction (Paragraph 19)
Deposit of dredging from inland waterways (Paragraph 25)
Storage and recovery of scrap metal or dismantling of depolluted motor vehicles (Paragraph 45)