WRA circulates guidance on changes to reporting hazardous waste

The WRA is continuing to develop a system for properly classifying waste wood after the EA stepped in over concerns that treated waste wood was being mis-described as untreated, clean material

Wood being recycled. Photograph: Wood Recyclers Association

The Wood Recyclers Association (WRA) has sent guidance to wood recyclers and reprocessors explaining how to report hazardous material if it arrives on site in mixed waste wood loads.

The guide is being issued on the back of the ongoing work of a waste wood industry group, led by the WRA, which is currently focused on ensuring that waste wood is classified properly at the front end and is processed into appropriate end uses.

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