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The course covers the approaches needed to ensure
legal compliance with waste related laws and the implications for the day-to-day management of wastes. Attendance will help to demonstrate
'reasonable actions' to comply with waste legislation and this can help
to manage risks associated with a range of waste legislation, including environmental
permitting/ exemptions, duty of care and hazardous wastes management.
Waste management legislation is complex and rapidly changing, and failure to comply can land your organisation and those responsible for any breach, in court.
With the establishment of a dedicated waste crime unit
within the Environment Agency there has never been a better time to ensure that
you are abreast of the latest changes in waste legislation and related
To find out more about the potential ramifications of
changes to waste tracking, hazardous waste controls, biowaste management, and a
wide range of changes required under The Waste (Circular Economy) (Amendment)
Regulations 2020 then please register for our Waste Management Law & Practice
Update for 2021.
This year we will also be holding a forum Q&A session
for delegates, in which you can bring along any query relating to the
management of wastes for open discussion.
The material is presented in a way that identifies the legal obligations of all those managing waste and provides practical solutions for waste management practices in the light of new legal requirements. By attending this seminar, delegates can make an immediate impact on waste compliance practices within their organisation helping to provide confidence that legal obligations are being met, and that associated risks are being managed effectively and efficiently.
Who Should Attend?
All those with responsibility for ensuring waste legal compliance within their business and those who are seeking to improve their understanding of current and recently emerging waste law. The course will be relevant to new practitioners and those with more experience, but who may have little formal training.