controlled waste


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controlled waste

in environmental law, any substance or object which the holder discards or intends or is required to discard. It is not necessary for a recovery or disposal operation to take place for waste to be controlled waste.
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Appearing before Plymouth magistrates, John McDonagh pleaded guilty to depositing controlled waste contrary to Section 33(1)(a) and 33(6) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
He admitted unlawfully depositing waste and three charges of keeping controlled waste on two parcels of land at his Arney Road home in Arney Skea outside Enniskillen between January 2008 and May last year.
Inadequate waste management has become a major public health, economic and environmental problem, with 7-10 billion tonnes of urban waste produced each year and 3 billion people worldwide lacking access to controlled waste disposal facilities.
He is charged with depositing controlled waste without an environmental permit, causing the deposit of controlled waste without a permit and failing to comply with the Environmental Protection Act.
THREE directors and a Flintshire firm yesterday denied treating controlled waste in a manner likely to cause pollution to the environment or harm to human health.
Stephen Matthew Ford, 35, of Daventry Avenue, Ragworth, Stockton, fined PS300 with PS130 costs for failing to complete and produce a transfer note in respect of controlled waste.
Trueman was given no separate penalty for handling waste without transferring a description of the waste or transporting controlled waste in course without registering as a carrier.
Saydula Amini, 37, of Lauderdale Avenue, Holbrooks, admitted failing to prevent the escape of controlled waste.
Paul Morris, 47, allowed more than 87,000 tonnes of controlled waste to be dumped in a disused reservoir at Carreg Bica Isaf Farm, in Hilltop, Tredegar.
Lishman, 30, of Marian Court, Gateshead, pleaded guilty to depositing controlled waste without a waste management licence when he appeared at Gateshead Magistrates' Court on June 11.
He was found guilty of transporting controlled waste while not being a registered waste carrier.
Gizzi yesterday admitted that, trading as North Wales Skip Hire, he illegally deposited controlled waste at Ffordd Las Fawr Farm, Tanyfron Road, Abergele, without an environmental permit.
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