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Registration WEX344866 – Mark Quinn

Registration number
WEX344866
Organisation name
Mark Quinn
Organisation postcode
PL32 9SW (opens in new tab)

Site

Site address
LOWER TREGEEN, DAVIDSTOW, CAMELFORD, PL32 9XU
Site grid reference
SX 16165 88033

Exemptions

Status: active D1
Depositing waste from dredging inland waters

Depositing dredging spoil (dredgings) on the banks of the waters it was dredged from and treating it by screening and removing water.

Guidance on depositing waste from dredging inland waters (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active D7
Burning waste in the open

Burning plant tissue and untreated wood waste from joinery or manufacturing in the open air.

Guidance on burning waste in the open (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active S1
Storing waste in secure containers

Storing specific waste in secure containers at a different place to where the waste was produced, before it's transported to another site to be recovered.

Guidance on storing waste in secure containers (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active S2
Storing waste in a secure place

Storing specific waste a secure place that's different to where it was produced, before the waste is transported to another site to be recovered.

Guidance on storing waste in a secure place (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active S3
Storing sludge

Storing sewage sludge at a place where it's to be used in accordance with the Sludge (Use in Agriculture) Regulations 1989.

Guidance on storing sludge (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T1
Cleaning, washing, spraying or coating relevant waste

Treating waste packaging so that it can be reused in its original form. Also cleaning suitable waste to allow it to be recycled.

Guidance on cleaning, washing, spraying or coating relevant waste (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T10
Sorting mixed waste

Small organisations, such as charities, separating recyclable waste so that it can be recovered.

Guidance on sorting mixed waste (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T12
Manually treating waste

Sorting, repairing or refurbishing waste to reuse it, or sorting and dismantling it so it can be recovered.

Guidance on manually treating waste (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T13
Treating waste food

Recovering waste food by decanting or unwrapping it and recovering the packaging.

Guidance on treating waste food (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T14
Crushing and emptying vehicle waste oil filters

Recovering oil from oil filters, then crushing them so they can be transported and recovered.

Guidance on crushing and emptying vehicle waste oil filters (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T15
Treating waste aerosol cans

Treating aerosol cans by puncturing or crushing them using specialist treatment equipment so that the metal can be recovered.

Guidance on treating waste aerosol cans (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T18
Using flocculants to remove water from waste

Treating waste by using flocculants to remove water from the waste so that clay or water-based paints can be recovered.

Guidance on using flocculants to remove water from waste (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T19
Physical and chemical treatment of waste edible oil and fat to produce biodiesel

Small-scale physical and chemical treatment of waste edible oils and fat to produce fuel.

Guidance on physical and chemical treatment of waste edible oil and fat to produce biodiesel (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T20
Treating waste at a water treatment works

Treating certain waste at a water treatment works to reduce the volume for transport, or making it easier to handle before the waste is recovered.

Guidance on treating waste at a water treatment works (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T21
Recovery of waste at a waste water treatment works

Recovering waste, such as sludge from a septic tank or cesspool, which needs further treatment at a waste water treatment works.

Guidance on recovery of waste at a waste water treatment works (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T23
Aerobic composting and associated prior treatment

Composting small volumes of vegetation, cardboard and food waste to produce compost that can be spread to benefit the land by adding nutrients or improving the structure of the soil. Also treating the waste, before you compost it, by chipping or similar activities.

Guidance on aerobic composting and associated prior treatment (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T24
Anaerobic digestion at premises used for agriculture and burning resulting biogas

Farmers anaerobically digesting manure, slurry and vegetation on their farms to produce digestate that can be used as a fertiliser or soil conditioner. The anaerobic digestion (AD) process also produces biogas, which can be burnt to generate energy, for use on the farm, or exported to the National Grid.

Guidance on anaerobic digestion at premises used for agriculture and burning resulting biogas (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T25
Anaerobic digestion at premises not used for agriculture and burning resulting biogas

Treating food and other biodegradable waste by anaerobic digestion to produce a digestate, which can be used to benefit land. The gas produced (biogas) must be used for generating energy.

Guidance on anaerobic digestion at premises not used for agriculture and burning resulting biogas (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T27
Treatment of sheep dip using organophosphate-degrading enzyme

Treating organophosphate sheep dip with an approved organophosphate degrading enzyme.

Guidance on treatment of sheep dip using organophosphate-degrading enzyme (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T32
Treatment of waste in a biobed or biofilter

Treating non-hazardous pesticide washings in a biobed or biofilter. The treated washings can be re-used and the biobed material (biomix) can then be spread on land (under an exemption) for agricultural or ecological benefit.

Guidance on treatment of waste in a biobed or biofilter (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T4
Preparatory treatments (baling, sorting, shredding etc)

Treating waste to reduce its volume to help transport it to another site for reuse or recycling or make handling easier.

Guidance on preparatory treatments (baling, sorting, shredding etc) (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T5
Screening and blending waste

Temporarily treating waste on a small scale to produce aggregate or soil at a place such as a construction or demolition site.

Guidance on screening and blending waste (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T6
Treating waste wood and waste plant matter by chipping, shredding, cutting or pulverising

Chipping, shredding, cutting or pulverising waste wood and waste plant matter to make it easier to store and transport, or converting it into a suitable form to use. The waste treated by these methods must be suitable for its intended use, which can include feedstock for producing products such as panel board, mulch, surfacing tracks (paths and bridleways) or fuel.

Guidance on treating waste wood and waste plant matter by chipping, shredding, cutting or pulverising (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T8
Mechanically treating end-of-life tyres

Treating small amounts of waste end-of-life tyres by baling, shredding, peeling, shaving or granulating so they can be recovered.

Guidance on mechanically treating end-of-life tyres (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active T9
Recovering scrap metal

Treating scrap metal by sorting, grading, shearing by manual feed, baling, crushing or cutting it with hand-held equipment to make it easier to handle and to help recover it.

Guidance on recovering scrap metal (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U1
Use of waste in construction

Use of waste in construction using suitable waste rather than virgin raw material or material which has ceased to be waste - for example by complying with a Quality Protocol.

Guidance on use of waste in construction (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U10
Spreading waste to benefit agricultural land

Spreading specific waste on agricultural land to replace manufactured fertilisers or virgin materials such as agricultural lime used to improve or maintain soil.

Guidance on spreading waste to benefit agricultural land (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U11
Spreading waste to benefit non-agricultural land

Spreading different waste on non-agricultural land to replace manufactured fertilisers or virgin materials such as agricultural lime used to improve or maintain soil.

Guidance on spreading waste to benefit non-agricultural land (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U12
Using mulch

Landscapers, farmers or growers spreading mulch as a protective covering onto land around trees, bushes or plants.

Guidance on using mulch (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U13
Spreading plant matter to provide benefits

Spreading cut plants at the place of production for weed suppression or to provide nutrients to the soil.

Guidance on spreading plant matter to provide benefits (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U14
Incorporating ash into soil

Mixing ash back into the soil to return some of the nutrients from burnt crops and vegetation.

Guidance on incorporating ash into soil (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U2
Use of baled end-of-life tyres in construction

Using a small number of end-of-life tyre bales in construction.

Guidance on use of baled end-of-life tyres in construction (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U4
Burning of waste as a fuel in a small appliance
Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U5
Using biodiesel produced from waste as fuel

Storing and using biodiesel produced from waste as fuel in portable generators and motor vehicles.

Guidance on using biodiesel produced from waste as fuel (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
Status: active U9
Using waste to manufacture finished goods

Using waste in place of raw materials to manufacture a finished product.

Guidance on using waste to manufacture finished goods (opens in new tab)

Registration date
15/09/2022
Expiry date
14/09/2025
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