Prompt Fire Protection is registered as a lower tier waste carrier/broker/dealer with the Environment Agency

Your registration number is: CBDL31133

Registered on: Friday 14th November 2014

This is proof of your registration.

Your registration will last indefinitely so does not need to be renewed but you must update your registration details if they change, within 28 days of the change. You can do this by going to the website www.gov.uk/waste-carrier-or-broker-registration and logging in using your email and password.

Please contact the Environment Agency if you have any enquiries.

Telephone:
03708 506506
Email:
registrations@wastecarriersregistration.service.gov.uk



Lower tier registration

You are registered as a lower tier waste carrier/broker/dealer under The Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011 because you have declared that you meet one of the following criteria:

  • You only transport your own business waste, unless it is construction or demolition waste
  • You are a charity or voluntary organisation
  • You are a waste collection authority, a waste disposal authority or a waste regulation authority
  • You only handle animal by-products, waste from a mine or quarry or waste from premises used for agriculture



Legal responsibilities for waste

If you produce, carry, import, keep, treat or dispose of waste, or manage it for other people, you have a legal 'duty of care' for that waste. The duty of care aims to protect the environment and human health. There are some simple rules you must follow:

  • If you give your waste to another person or business you must check they are properly authorised to accept it, e.g. as a permitted site or a registered waste carrier
  • Make sure the correct documentation is completed for each transfer of waste and that it correctly describes the waste
  • Make sure any waste is safely handled and stored
  • Minimise the environmental impact of waste by prioritising waste prevention, re-use, recycling and recovery over disposal. This is known as applying the 'waste hierarchy'