Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
This guidance is for waste activities and waste mobile plant at your site.
If you carry out waste disposal or recovery activities you should check whether your activity is a listed activity.
Listed activities are explained in our guidance on PPC permits.
If your waste disposal or recovery activities are not listed activities then they may be a waste management activity.
Waste management activities include:
If you carry out waste management activities you must have a waste management licence from the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) or SEPA in Scotland.
To find out how to apply for a permit or licence see our guidance on environmental permits and waste management licensing.
Waste mobile plants are used for waste management activities.
Waste mobile plant include mobile plant for:
If you operate a waste mobile plant, you must have a waste management licence from the Northern Ireland Environment Agency or SEPA in Northern Ireland and Scotland.
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