Statutory guidance

SR2015 No 23: treatment of waste wood for recovery

Standard rules SR2015 No 23: treatment of waste wood for recovery.

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SR2015 No 23: treatment of waste wood for recovery

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Generic risk assessment for SR2015 No 23: treatment of waste wood for recovery

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These standard rules allow you to store and treat waste wood at a specified location. Permitted wastes do not include hazardous wastes.

The total quantity of waste you can store and treat under these standard rules is no more than 5,000 tonnes per year.

These standard rules do not permit the burning of any wastes, either in the open, inside buildings or in any form of incinerator.

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Published 1 December 2015
Last updated 3 April 2019 + show all updates
  1. We have updated the interpretation section 4.4 of the standard rule with a revised definition for the term ‘European Site’
  2. Added to 'details' section: You can apply online for most standard rules environmental permits.
  3. First published.