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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Midland Waste Management pleaded guilty at Stratford Magistrates' Court to nine charges relating to it keeping, treating and depositing controlled waste on land without a waste management licence.
Mr Conlon previously pleaded guilty to 24 charges relating to treating, keeping and depositing controlled waste (including domestic, commercial and hazardous waste), failing to comply with a notice to remove controlled waste and pollution of the environment.
Pleaded guilty to depositing controlled waste on the Longhirst S bend, Longhirst Road, off the A197, and, transporting controlled waste without being a registered carrier.
She denies a charge of knowingly causing the deposit of controlled waste, namely an apple core, on land which did not have a waste management licence.
He admitted two counts of depositing controlled waste and one of conspiracy to deposit it.
The company, which has since adopted a waste disposal agreement, pleaded guilty to disposing controlled waste in a manner likely to cause pollution and was fined pounds 500 with pounds 252.25 costs.
David Edwin Allingham, 61, and his 58-year-old wife Freda were convicted last month of keeping controlled waste and having it without a licence at their farm at Slattinagh, near Garrison, Co Fermanagh.
He admitted two counts of knowingly causing controlled waste to be deposited and one of keeping controlled waste on land where no waste management was in force.
He was fined pounds 2,500 for knowingly causing controlled waste to be deposited without a waste management licence between January 24 and February 6 last year,and pounds 2,500 for keeping controlled waste without a licence between February 6 and March 22 last year.
Michael John Hart, 54, of Cheshire Recycling, based at King's Court, Kingsmouth, Oxton, Birkenhead, admitted two charges of disposing and keeping controlled waste without a waste management licence at Storage Yard Number One on Deeside Industrial Estate.
Appearing before Taunton Crown Court, Bernard Molloy pleaded guilty to depositing controlled waste including rubble, timber, electrical items and various mixed and commercial waste in a field located off Wall Ditch Lane, Merriott, without an environmental permit, between June 1 and December 18, 2014.
Deposited controlled waste - old furniture - on Walker Riverside Park on March 7.
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