Incineration is now a mature industry and many countries have their own specific legislation to cover the burning of different waste types. We always recommend that you seek independent advice on planning and permits required to operate with your local authority or regional government agent.
We INCINER8 LIMITED CERTIFY that (MODEL) meets the operating requirements set out in Annex III Section 2 of Regulation (EU) No. 142/2011 implementing Regulation (EC) No. 1069/2009 and the provisions of The Animal By-Products (Enforcement) (England) Regulations 2013
The Animal By-Products (Enforcement) (Scotland) Regulations 2013
The Animal By-Products (Enforcement) (Wales) Regulations 2014, as a (Low Capacity or High Capacity) Incinerator compliant with the requirement to raise the temperature of the resultant gas to either 850°C for 2 seconds or 1100°C for 0.2 seconds* provided.
Manufacturers Declaration Regarding the Compliance of an Incinerator with Annex III of The Animal By-Products Regulations (EU) No. 142/2011
When the Waste Incineration Directive applies:
The WID applies to the incineration and co-incineration of both hazardous and non-hazardous waste. The definition of the three terms ‘waste’, ‘incineration plant’ and ‘co-incineration plant’ determine the scope of the WID. This is discussed in detail below but the following flowchart may help to provide initial screening to determine if the WID applies to a given activity.
Meaning of the term ‘waste’:
For the purposes of the WID ‘waste’ means any solid or liquid waste as defined in Article 1(1)(a) of the Waste Framework Directive (Article 3 of the WID). Reference should be made to Guidance on the Waste Framework Directive.
Read a summary of the EU directive here Read a summary of the UK WID directive here
CONFORMS TO ALL SAFETY NORMS WHEN USED ACCORDINGLY.
INCINER8 LTD, UNIT 2, CANNING ROAD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, CANNING ROAD, SOUTHPORT PR9 7SN, UNITED KINGDOM Has declared that the machinery described: (MODEL).
1. BS EN 746-2:1997 (industrial thermo-processing equipment – part 2. Safety requirements for combustion and handling systems)
2. Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
3. EMC Compatibility Regulation 89/336/EEC
4. Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC (including amendment)
5. (EC) No 1005/2009 on substances that deplete the ozone layer
Legislation varies from country to country is in a state of constant change. We will happily advise you of where you should star and of the questions you should ask. We can also provide professional consultation on all matters relating to planning and permits*.
*-this is a chargeable service