These notes give clarify the procedures for consigning special (hazardous) wastes and also, for certain types of waste, their potential hazardous properties and how they are classified in the EWC.
Their main purpose is to:
- assist the determination of whether a waste is special or not which may not be the case studied in the joint Agencies guidance: Guidance on the classification and assessment of waste. Technical guidance WM3 (5mb), complementing rather than replace this guidance;
- assist the preparation and completion of paperwork accompanying the movement of special (hazardous) wastes, for instance multiple collections (carrier's rounds) and landed ships' waste, complementing SEPA's Guide to Consigning Special Waste (1.4m).
|SWAN/01||Fluorescent tubes / gas discharge lamps (30k)|
|SWAN/02||Waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) (52k)|
|SWAN/03||Mineral fibres (other than asbestos) (35k)|
|SWAN/06||Adhesives and sealants (40k)|
|Movements within the same site (20k)|
|SWAN/08||Landed ships' waste (25k)|
|SWAN/09||Intra group movements (20K)|
|SWAN/10||Island movements (25k)|
|SWAN/11||Extended carrier's rounds (35k)|
|SWAN/12||Asbestos contaminated waste (30k)|
|SWAN/13||Cancelled and unused consignment notes (23k)|