With every collection you will receive a transfer note detailing the quantity of waste, how it is being transferred, details of the transferor and a section to be signed by the transferee. If you are having anything destroyed you will receive a destruction certificate with details such as serial numbers, makes and sizes of the corresponding equipment.

Waste Transfer Note Sample

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Destruction Certificate Sample

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Hazardous Waste

If any of your waste is classed as hazardous then you will receive a hazardous waste consignment note with details such as the EWC code, weights of the items and the items hazard code. Waste is generally considered hazardous if it (or the material or substances it contains) are harmful to humans or the environment.

Hazardous Waste Consignment Note

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Hazardous Waste Continuation Form

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