Please note that all remaining dates for 2017 are fully booked. 2018 dates will be announced before the end of the year.
This course explains in detail how the various scenarios for material reuse in the CL:AIRE Definition of Waste Code of Practice (DoWCoP) are dealt with, the operational boundaries and its interaction with other industry initiatives. Upon completion of the course delegates will be confident to use, or work alongside the DoWCoP.
The DoWCoP provides a streamlined mechanism for exiting the complex world of Waste Legislation for the re-use of excavated materials. It can be used by individuals involved in development activities ranging from general earthworks to complex land remediation projects and is applicable to both Greenfield and Brownfield sites. The DoWCoP is summarised in CL:AIREs Guidance Bulletin 3.
When successfully applied the DoWCoP can bring about significant cost savings to those who have formerly used waste management exemptions and is a quantifiable indicator of sustainable development!
Since its introduction in September 2008, use in the industry has steadily grown. This has primarily been driven by increasing landfill costs, a growing emphasis on sustainable development (including earthworks) and the removal of familiar and widely used waste exemptions. It is also regularly being referenced in Planning Permissions and waste policy documents.
Version 2 of the Code of Practice was launched in March 2011 with an extended scope. The scenarios now covered are:
The course also looks at other industry and regulatory initiatives including WRAP Quality Protocol, Standard Rules Permits and the interaction with new waste exemptions e.g. U1.
Who Should Attend?
The course is aimed at all organisations involved with the development of land and therefore particularly relevant to the following groups who expect to use or work with the DoWCoP:
The course is also valuable to those who need to understand the applicability of the DoWCoP in drafting planning decisions, waste policy documents and how it fits within the Waste Hierarchy.
Attendance on a recognised training course remains one of the requirements for individuals wishing to register as a Qualified Person.