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Past work

Resource & Waste Management

Mixed Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)Protocol

Client: Chartered Institute of Waste Management (EB) in association with the Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs

Project: “ Mixed Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)Protocol”

The projects aims were to derive Protocols to assist in the recording and reporting of WEEE Recycling an Recovery in the UK. These Protocols help to simplify the recording & processing requirements of the AATF (approved authorised treatment facility) as regulated by the WEEE Directive, 2002.

See press article: http://www.letsrecycle.com/news/latest-news/legislation/protocols-developed-to-simplify-weee-recycling-evidence

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Resource & Waste Management

Trail to determine WEEE Protocol for Category 1 Large Domestic Appliances

Client: Chartered Institute of Waste Management (EB) in association with the Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs

Project: Trail to determine WEEE Protocol for Category 1 Large Domestic Appliances

Through trials and research protocols which are still used today nationally in WEEE recycling and reporting were developed for:

1) proportions of the individual units within LDA arisings,

2) proportions of metals, plastics and other materials within each of the LDA unit types, to provide an overall composition of LDA arisings.

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Resource & Waste Management

“Depollution Guidance for Vehicles over 3.5tonnes”

Client: Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs in association with Department of Transport and Industry

Project: “Depollution Guidance for Vehicles over 3.5tonnes”

Mayer was chosen to write the official guidance for depolluting end of life vehicles over 3.5tonnes.

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Regeneration in Kilburn

In May 2016, Mayer Environmental attended the grand opening of Woodhouse Urban Park, West London.  The site was successfully regenerated from an unused grassland, into a new urban park facility which the local community now enjoy.  
 
 

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