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.
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.
Small organisations, such as charities, separating recyclable waste so that it can be recovered.
Treating waste toner or ink cartridges by sorting, cleaning, dismantling or refilling them.
Treating waste fluorescent tubes before collection for recovery.
Cleaning waste clothes and textiles to recover them so they can be reused or recycled.
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.