A recent landmark decision by the courts has highlighted the risks to landowners where previous tenants have contaminated their land.
On Wednesday 06 September 2017, Lara Ayris, Alan, and Ellie (a university student who has been working with WPS over the summer), attended the inaugural Inspire Summit
The Environment Agency are proposing that if a load of wood waste contains some hazardous wood waste (GRADE D) contents then the whole load should be treated as if it were hazardous waste.
Here's a little insight into what the Waste Plan Solutions team are up to this week.
If you are in the area, or at any of these events, please come and say hello. To contact us sooner please use the form to the right or call 01604 859961 - we'd love to hear from you.
In 2008, The Site Waste Management Plans Regulations 2008 placed obligations on the client (other than domestic clients) and the principal contractor for any construction project with an estimated cost of more than £300,000 (the price agreed in the accepted
We are very proud to announce that WPS has become a CLOCS Champion!
Between 2008 and 2013, 55% of cyclist fatalities in London involved a heavy goods vehicle, with a disporportionate number being from construction vehicles. This is why we are dedicated to helping to improve road safety within the construction industry.
NRMM (Non Road Mobile Machinery) compliance on site is now THE HOT SUBJECT, as Local Authorities in and around London are sending out Site Inspectors to ensure sites are registered and compliant.
Waste Plan Solutions was formed in October 2009, with a small budget and a three-page website. From these humble beginnings we’re pleased to have grown to where we are today, and we’re taking a moment here to look back at how far we have come.
In January Lara Ayris, Director of Waste Plan Solutions (WPS) spoke at the ‘right Waste, right Place: Duty of care in the construction sector’ event in London, and as ambassadors for this campaign we are very pleased to discover that lots of people are as passionate about this issue as we are. We hope that the campaign helps to improve knowledge and compliance around duty of care.
We all know that when we’re working in construction it’s essential to be compliant with all the relevant rules and regulations, and to live up to our environmental responsibilities and duty of care. In order to be compliant, one of the things you may need to think about is whether your building needs a pre-demolition audit.