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Author:  Steve Rice [ Fri Jun 29, 2012 6:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Metal items might be the last of their problems!!

The exemption licences for farms say that they only have a licence to spread U10, U11 and U13 waste on their fields.

This does NOT include MDF or any treated timber. Another line of attack I would say.

Mulch

Codes
Waste types
020103, 191207, 200201
Untreated wood and plant matter

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/st ... _mulch.pdf


Spreading of plant matter to confer benefit

Codes
Waste types
020103, 020107, 020304, 200201
Plant tissue only

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/st ... enefit.pdf


Spreading waste on agricultural land to confer benefit

Codes
Waste types
010102, 010408, 170504, 020106, 020401, 020399, 020199, 100101, 170506, 020199, 190599, 190604, 190812
Chalk only
Farmyard and horse manure only
Soil from cleaning and washing fruit and vegetables only
Milk from agricultural premises only
Ash from wood chip boilers produced pursuant to an operation described in the paragraph numbered U4 in this chapter only
Dredging spoil (other than those mentioned in 170505) generated from the creation or maintenance of habitats, ditches or ponds within parks, gardens, fields and forests only
Spent compost from the growing of mushrooms only
Compost produced pursuant to a treatment described in the paragraph numbered T23 or T26 of Chapter 2 only
Digestate produced pursuant to a treatment described in the paragraph numbered T24 or T25 of Chapter 2 only
Waste consisting of biobed or biofilter material produced pursuant to a treatment described in the paragraph numbered T32 of Chapter 2 only


http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/st ... _benefit(1).pdf

THE LEGISLATION

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukdsi/201 ... schedule/3

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