Introduction to Waste Management Legislation accredited course

12th Mar 2019 09:00 – 17:00

This is a full day course, jointly awarded with Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) and Albion Environmental.

 It has been designed to provide a basic understanding of the legislation relating to the Waste and Resource Management industry and provide the necessary level of knowledge for anyone dealing with waste on a day to day basis.

"The course was engaging and informative. It’s a useful session for anyone new to waste management as well as a good refresher for those who have been involved with waste for longer. The day’s pace is suitable for all backgrounds and prior knowledge, and the trainer keeps the audience engaged throughout."
"Level of course was suitable for novices in waste but also useful for those already working in the industry as a good refresher course. The exercises were very useful and were real scenarios you might find in your work place. I would recommend the course for both beginners and those already working in the industry." 


Who Should Attend?

  • Anyone who requires an update on current waste legislation issues
  • Candidates who regularly complete Duty of Care and Special waste paperwork
  • Candidates wishing to improve their knowledge of Waste Management

Course Objectives

  • To understand the main requirements of the "Duty of care" with regards to waste management
  • To classify various wastes correctly with reference to either the "Lists of Wastes" or the "European Waste Catalogue"
  • To complete Special (Hazardous) Waste Consignment Notes correctly for pre determined waste

Course Content

  • Identifying Waste
  • Classification of Waste including correct EWC codes.
  • Duty of care – responsibilities in the “waste chain”
  • Special Waste Regulations & Consigning Special Waste

The event is available for educational attendees for £250 this includes the accreditation fee .

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