Key waste legislation

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Hazardous waste is essentially waste that has hazardous properties. Examples include: asbestos waste oils (such as engine, hydraulic and fuel oil) lead–acid batteries fluorescent light tubes solvents and solvent-based paints, and contaminated soils. Waste is defined as hazardous if it has been given a hazardous waste code, as per the List of Wastes Regulations 2005. It has...

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