Consultation outcome

Transposition of Directive setting criteria for storage of metallic mercury waste

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Summary of responses

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Original consultation

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Summary

Defra invites views on the transposition of Directive (2011/97/EU) which sets specific criteria for the storage of metallic mercury considered to be waste.

Documents

Consultation letter

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Consultation document

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Consultee list

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Consultation description

Defra invites views on the transposition of Directive (2011/97/EU) which sets specific criteria for the storage of metallic mercury considered to be waste.

This consultation will be of particular interest to those who may in the future wish to operate a facility for the storage of metallic mercury waste, those that produce metallic mercury waste and those who are interested in how these activities are regulated.

How to respond

Name:  Patrick McKell

Email:  patrick.mckell@defra.gsi.gov.uk

(Also email  DESHwaste&LEQCorrespondence@Wales.gsi.gov.uk if in Wales, or gary.gray@scotland.gsi.gov.uk if in Scotland)

Address: Patrick McKell, Defra, Area 6D, Ergon House, Horseferry Road, London, SW1P 2AL

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