Statutory guidance

SR2008 No 27: mobile plant for the treatment of soils and contaminated material, substances or products

Standard rules to operate a mobile plant for the treatment of soils and contaminated material, substances or products. Includes a link to the deployment form you will also need to submit.

Documents

Generic Risk Assessment for SR2008 No27: mobile plant for the treatment of soils and contaminated material, substances or products

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SR2008 No 27: mobile plant for the treatment of soils and contaminated material, substances or products (These rules no longer apply from 1 March 2016)

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Details

Before you can use your mobile plant permit (MPP) at a site, you must fill in a deployment form and send it to the Environment Agency, with any necessary additional information.

Published 9 August 2012
Last updated 14 December 2015 + show all updates
  1. SR2008 No27 mobile plant for the treatment of soils and contaminated material, substances and products rule set has been re-published to include ex-situ treatment of pumped water in Table 2.1 Activities and the requirement to notify the Environment Agency prior to deployment at 4.3.5. This had been omitted in error.
  2. 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.
  3. Updated December 2015.
  4. First published.