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This information sheet provides general advice for farmers on safe handling of adult cattle, including stock bulls, bull beef, suckler and dairy cattle, and on housing stock bulls and bull beef safely.

Published 26 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 37 allows the burial of a dead domestic pet in the garden of the domestic property where the pet lived. 

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 38 allows the deposit or storage of samples of waste which are being or are to be subjected to testing and analysis if the samples are taken in certain prescribed circumstances.

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 39 allows the secure storage at a pharmacy pending their disposal elsewhere of waste medicines which have been returned to the pharmacy from households or individuals. 

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 40 allows non-liquid waste, including WEEE, to be stored pending collection or transport, at a site where it was not produced. 

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 41 allows the temporary storage of waste, including WEEE1 , at the place where it is produced, pending its collection. 

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 42 allows the treatment, keeping or disposal by any person at any premises of scrap metal or waste motor vehicles which are to be dismantled in certain defined situations.

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 43 allows the treatment, keeping or disposal by any person, at any premises, of waste, by that person, if they were carrying on that activity at those premises before 19 December 2003 and, before that date no disposal licence was required under Part ll of the Polluti

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 44 allows the heating of iron, steel or any ferrous-alloy1 , non-ferrous metal or non-ferrous metal alloy, in one or more furnaces or other appliances, the primary combustion chambers of which have in aggregate a net rated thermal input of less than 0.2 megawatts, fo

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Specific guidance in relation to applying for a Paragraph 46 simple exemption

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Specific guidance in relation to applying for a Paragraph 47 simple exemption

Published 21 September 2012Guidance literature

Upgrade works on Coleraine to Londonderry railway line

Published 21 September 2012Notices

A plan of events for Red Squirrel week in October 2012

Published 21 September 2012Business plans

Paragraph 2 allows the use, under a permit under The Pollution Prevention and Control (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2003, of waste glass as part of an activity within Part B of section 3.3 (the manufacture of glass and glass fibre) of Part 1, Schedule 1 to the 2003 Regulation

Published 20 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 4 allows the operation, under a permit under the Pollution Prevention and Control Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 of a scrap metal furnace with a holding capacity of less than 25 tonnes and the loading or unloading of the furnace in connection with its operation.

Published 20 September 2012Guidance literature

Specific guidance in relation to applying for a Paragraph 5 simple exemption.

Published 20 September 2012Forms

Paragraph 6 allows the cleaning, washing, spraying or coating of waste consisting of packaging or containers, for the purpose of reuse. 

Published 20 September 2012Guidance literature

Specific guidance in relation to applying for a Paragraph 7 simple exemption

Published 20 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 16 allows the beneficial use of waste if it is put to that use without further treatment and, that use of the waste does not involve its disposal. 

Published 20 September 2012Guidance literature

Paragraph 20 allows the laundering or otherwise cleaning of waste textiles with a view to their recovery or reuse.  

Published 20 September 2012Guidance literature

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