Food Waste Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2015 (S.R. No. 14 of 2015). | Land Portal

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These Regulations provide for the collection, transport and treatment of food waste, and for related matters. They are made for purposes of Articles 11(1) (re-use and recycling) and 22 (bio-waste), and in accordance with Articles 4 (waste hierarchy) and 13 (protection of human health and the environment) of Directive 2008/98/EC on waste. They also amend the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997 and other Regulations to provide with respect to the separate collection of food waste.

Implements: Directive 2008/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on waste and repealing certain Directives. (2008-11-19)
Amends: Landfill Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 (S.R. No. 496 of 2003). (2003-12-01)
Amends: Pollution Prevention and Control (Industrial Emissions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2013 (S.R. No. 160 of 2013). (2013-06-05)
Amends: Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997 (S.I. No. 2778, N.I. 9 of 1997). (1997-11-26)
Amends: Waste Management Licensing Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 (S.R. No. 493 of 2003). (2003-11-28)

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