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SiteSolved provides bespoke tailored waste solutions for our customers including transportation, disposal and labour. From the collection of general waste, the removal of electrical appliances, refurbishment & office furniture, the removal of food waste as well as hazardous waste – we can provide a hassle-free collection and disposal service for both domestic and commercial properties.
All you need to do is let us know where you are & what needs clearing and we will do the rest. SiteSolved can remove nearly all waste streams using an experienced team who will attend your site, dispose of the waste as requested and provide all the relevant documentation (including before and after photos) to show that the waste has been removed and disposed of legally and the job completed to the highest quality.
What should your chosen waste provider have?
Your chosen waste provider should have a waste carriers licence – this is for the transportation of commercial, industrial and household waste – known as controlled waste – as part of their business. Click here for more info
When the waste is collected, you should be provided with a Waste Transfer Note (WTN)/Duty of Care (DOC) – click here for an example – which should contain the following information as a minimum:
- A brief written description of the waste being transferred
- The Correct EWC code for the waste click here for more info
- An indication of how the waste is contained (loose, in a sack, in a drum etc) as well as identifying the number of items/sacks etc, the volume or its weight
- A SIC 2007 code click here for more info
- A tick box stating that the waste hierarchy has been considered with the relevant words
- The name and address of the producer of waste
- The address of where the waste was collected from as well as the date and time
- The name and address of who you are passing the waste to, their status (for example, a registered waste carrier including registration number)
- Dated and signed by both the producer and the carrier
- A copy remains with the producer, a copy is for the carrier and the final copy will be kept by the disposal site – copies must be kept for at least two years
Note – In addition, if you are requesting food waste to be removed, your waste provider should be registered at APHA (Animal & Plant Health Agency) – click here for more info
If you have requested your waste provider to remove hazardous waste, then a separate DOC is required. This is know as a Hazardous Waste Consignment Note and like the waste transfer note, this will be provided and completed when the waste is collected from the location – click here for more info
It is the responsibility of both the waste producer (where the waste has been collected) and the transferor of the waste (your chosen waste provider), that is is disposed of at a licensed disposal/recycling facility. Failure to do so can result in fines for both parties.
If you have any questions regarding any documentation, legislation or anything else, please don’t hesitate to call us on 02380 238281 or email us email@example.com, we are more than happy to help.
‘Having used many waste management companies in the past, SiteSsolved, a relatively new company to us, is refreshingly efficient and goes the extra mile to accommodate our needs, often at very short notice. I would happily recommend SiteSolved to companies.’
Trevor Silverthorn – EG Silverthorn & Sons Ltd
‘Provides us with an efficient, hassle free service and we would not hesitate to use the business again for our waste management needs.’
Adrian Hutson – Director, Enbloc Ltd