Statutory guidance

SR2012 No 4: composting in closed systems

Part A installation: capacity more than 75 tonnes per day

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SR2012 No 4: Composting in closed systems (Part A installation: capacity more than 75 tonnes per day) (These rules apply to existing permits from 1 March 2016)

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Generic Risk Assessment for SR2012 No4: Composting in closed systems (Part A installation: capacity more than 75 tonnes per day)

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SR2012 No 4: Composting in closed systems (Part A installation: capacity more than 75 tonnes per day) (These rules no longer apply from 1 March 2016)

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These rules will allow the operator to operate a Part A installation involving the storage, physical treatment and composting of specified biodegradable wastes.

Published 21 March 2013
Last updated 3 December 2015 + show all updates
  1. We have added text to clarify the status of the new and amended rules sets following consultation No 12 and re-instated the existing rules sets that continue to apply until 1 March 2016.
  2. First published.