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Simple Waste Exemption

Use this application form if you want to carry out any of the following exempt activities listed in Schedule 2, Part I of The Waste Management Licensing Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 (as amended), known thereafter as ‘The Regulations’:

Paragraph numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 34, 36, 40, 44, 46, 47.

Before you apply

  • There is a £671 fee (£926 for Paragraph 14).
  • You will need a credit or debit card.
  • You will need to provide copies of supporting documents – click here for more information.

Apply for Simple Waste Exemption

Waste Exemption - Paragraph 14

Use this form if you wish to apply to register an exempt activity: Paragraph 14 - Manufacture of products from waste, the treatment of waste soil or rock which is to be spread on land under Paragraph 9 or 11 and the storage of waste which is to be submitted to the preceding activities.

Before you apply

  • There is a £926 fee.
  • You will need a credit or debit card.
  • You will need to provide copies of supporting documents – click here for more information.

Apply for Waste Exemption - Paragraph 14

Waste Exemption - Paragraph 19

Use this form if you wish to apply to register an exempt activity: Paragraph 19 - The use and/or storage of waste for the purpose of construction, maintenance or improvement of relevant work.

Before you apply

  • There is a £671 fee.
  • You will need a credit or debit card.
  • You will need to provide copies of supporting documents – click here for more information.

Apply for Waste Exemption - Paragraph 19

Waste Exemption - Paragraph 45

Use this form if you wish to apply to register an exempt activity: Paragraph 45 - The recovery of scrap metal or the dismantling of depolluted end of life vehicles

Before you apply

  • There is a £671 fee.
  • You will need a credit or debit card.
  • You will need to provide copies of supporting documents – click here for more information.

Apply for Waste Exemption - Paragraph 45

Waste Exemption - Paragraph 49

Use this form if you wish to apply to register an exempt activity: Paragraph 49 - The repair, refurbishment, and storage of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)

Before you apply

  • There is a £671 fee.
  • You will need a credit or debit card.
  • You will need to provide copies of supporting documents – click here for more information.

Apply for Waste Exemption - Paragraph 49

Waste Exemption - Paragraph 50

Use this form if you wish to apply to register an exempt activity: Paragraph 50 - The secure storage of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)

Before you apply

  • There is a £671 fee.
  • You will need a credit or debit card.
  • You will need to provide copies of supporting documents – click here for more information.

Apply for Waste Exemption - Paragraph 50

Waste Exemption - Paragraph 52

Use this form if you wish to apply to register an exempt activity: Paragraph 52 - The secure storage of waste batteries and accumulators

Before you apply

  • There is a £671 fee.
  • You will need a credit or debit card.
  • You will need to provide copies of supporting documents – click here for more information.

Apply for Waste Exemption - Paragraph 52

Other Exemptions

We are currently in the process of putting all of our exemptions online. This work is ongoing so please use the links below to apply for other types of exemptions.

Please click on the links below for more information on each of the paragraphs.

Paragraph       Description

9                                Land treatment for agricultural benefit or ecological improvement

10a                           The spreading, or storage and spreading of sludge on land which is not land used for                                                            agriculture

10b                           The storage of sludge 

11                             The reclamation, restoration or improvement of land                          

13                             The composting and storage of biodegradable waste

15                             The manufacture of finished goods from waste metal, plastic, glass, ceramics, rubber, textiles,                                            wood, paper or cardboard, and the storage of those wastes

27                             The baling, compacting, crushing, shredding or pulverising of waste at the place of production 

32                             The burial on premises of sanitary waste arising from the use on those premises of a sanitary                                            convenience which is equipped with a removable receptacle

33                              The keeping or deposit of waste arising from peatworking

35                              The deposit of borehole or excavated waste

37                               The burial of a dead domestic pet in the garden of a domestic property where the pet lived

38                              The storage or deposit of waste samples to be tested or analysed 

39                              The storage of waste medicines at a pharmacy or storage of waste at the premises of a medical,                                       nursing or veterinary practice 

41                              The temporary storage of waste, including WEEE, pending its collection, at the place where it is                                           produced 

42                              The waste management transitional arrangements for the treatment, keeping or disposal at any                                         premises, of scrap metal or waste motor vehicles, which are to be dismantled pending the issue                                        of a licence

43                              The waste management transitional arrangements to cover (up to 19 December 2004) the                                                   treatment, keeping or disposal of waste

45                              The recovery of scrap metal or the dismantling of depolluted end-of-life vehicles 

51                              The crushing of waste gas discharge lamps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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