Regulatory and Contractual Services

YearClientDescription of Project
2000-2005Peter Norris HaulageApplication for a Transfer Station Waste Management Licence, EA negotiations and Working Plan update

Applied for a new waste management licence (issued mid-2000) for an existing licensed waste transfer station in Kent following the EA Library of Conditions approach. Involved a risk assessment and the writing of operating procedures and the Working Plan.

Carried out a performance audit of site operations in late-2004. Other 2004-5 activities have included the updating the Working Plan, commissioning a noise survey and negotiating redefined acceptable waste types with the Environment Agency.
2003MWHPreparation of regulatory citations for EHS audit questions for UK and Ireland

Prepared Irish regulatory citations for each of the 250-plus questions making up the corporate environmental, health and safety compliance audit for a US-owned aerospace and speciality materials manufacturer prior to the audit of a facility in Ireland. Audit sections included Process Safety; General Safety; Environment; Industrial Hygiene; Product Stewardship; and Loss Prevention. Repeated subsequently for the UK.
2001-2002Integrated SkillsPreparation of Terms of Reference for Bid Documents for the closure of 3 landfills in Malta & Gozo

Acted as technical specialist for the preparation of contract documentation and terms of reference for conducting site investigations and risk assessments, and developing remediation and restoration plans for three waste landfill sites on the Islands of Malta and Gozo. Undertaken for the Ministry for the Environment, Malta.
2001-2002GVH EnvironmentalLow Cost Domestic Refuse Incinerator for Developing Countries

Support was Acquired the necessary regulatory clearance to operate a test rig at EMC, Stoke Orchard for the Low Cost Incinerator, a DFID-sponsored project that will provide a new technology for use in waste management in developing countries. Exemptions to LAPC from the local borough council and permitted development agreement from the county planning department were successfully negotiated. Pre-sorting of household waste was carried out at a licensed MRF off-site and exemption was obtained from the EA for temporary on-site storage of pre-sorted waste.
2002Integrated SkillsPreparation of Terms of Reference for Projects related to the Development of Latvia’s Hazardous Waste Management Programme

Preparation of Terms of Reference for three hazardous waste management landfill projects to be financed by the European Commission, including the specifications for landfill construction and supervision thereof. Undertaken for the Latvian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development.