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Obtain the permits and consents you require to operate and maximise your asset potential.

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What is an Environmental Permit?

The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 is the legislative system governing industrial and waste activities which have the potential to cause harm to human health or the environment. A permit is a document issued by a regulating authority to an operator allowing him or her to undertake specific controlled activities at a specific location. The operator must, after the grant of the permit, ensure that the activities are undertaken so as to comply with the conditions of the granted permit.
There are many types of permits that can be issued which cover a range of industrial and waste activities. Obtaining the right consent is critical to ensure you do not breach environmental law.

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Why Seek Consultancy Support?

Obtaining the necessary consent to handle, treat, store or recover wastes can be a lengthy process with detailed technical scrutiny of your proposed activities. If you are looking to meet development deadlines or obtain consents that do not impinge your operations, it helps to get advice from industry experts with detailed knowledge of the environmental permitting system.

We have significant experience in preparing permit applications for all types of consents including waste exemptions, Standard Rules permits, Bespoke permits, installation permits, and permits for the disposal or recovery of waste materials to land.

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Our Permitting Experience

Our permitting service includes preparing and submitting supporting documents, liaising with regulators or a Local Authority over the application, and advising on compliance with the conditions of the environmental permit, once issued. We are experienced in obtaining consents for the following types of waste activities:

Biological Treatment

Waste Transfer & Treatment

Energy From Waste

Hazardous Waste Treatment

Land Restoration

Deployment for Agricultural or Ecological Benefit

End of Waste Applications

How We Make It Possible

Professional permitting services enable you to maximise your built assets and develop new projects that meet your strategic aims.

Our service offering from project design to on-ground operational support ensures that a permit application ticks-the-box to obtain consent, and is both operationally practical and commercially maximises the development potential.
Our technical expertise across a wide range of waste material streams and market opportunities enables us to advise our clients on how to apply for a consent that will provide best value for money.

Our track record of permitting across the UK is unrivalled, obtain consents for > 7.5 million tonnes of waste treatment capacity, with a 100% permit approval rate.

Benefits of Permitting

Technical Experienced Advice

Maximise Development Potential

Minimise Development Timescales

Recent Projects

Check out some of our recent projects to learn more about our diverse experience.

H Mullaney & Son – Bespoke Permit Variation

Introduction Based in Mossley, Greater Manchester, H Mullaney & Son…
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CES – Fire Prevention Plan Delivery

The Brief WRM were commissioned by Collier Environmental Services Ltd…
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ReFood UK – Anaerobic Digestion Installation Permit

Brief WRM were commissioned by ReFood UK Ltd (ReFood) to…
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Biowise – Regulation 61 Response

Project Brief The latest Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference Document…
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Grindley Biogas Ltd – Environmental Permit Support

The Brief WRM were commissioned by Grindley Biogas Ltd to…
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Bryn Group – Multiactivity Permit Application

Brief WRM collaborated with Bryn Group to manage and deliver…
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If you’re interested in learning more about how we can help you to make it possible, contact us today for a free no-obligation consultation.