You require an environmental permit if you operate a regulated facility within England. Check if you need a permit by visiting the government's guidance page.
A regulated facility includes:
- waste operations
- mining waste operations
- waste mobile plant
- installations or mobile plants.
Part A1 applications are regulated by the Environment Agency. Part A2 installations and mobile plants are regulated by the Council. Request the following form by contacting Environmental Health at: email@example.com .
Part B installations or mobile plants are regulated by the Council. Waste operations associated at Part B installations are regulated by the Environment Agency .
Request the appropriate Part A2 and Part B forms by contacting Environmental Health. We review all applications to ensure they contain the necessary information and an Environmental Health Officer will get in touch as soon as possible.
Typically waste operations are regulated by the Environment Agency. Request the appropriate Schedule 13A form for Small Waste Incineration Plants (SWIPs) by contacting Environmental Health. For further information see: Environmental permitting guidance: waste incineration - GOV.UK .
Waste Exemptions are typically registered by the Environment Agency. Request the appropriate T3 form or T7 form by contacting Environmental Health. For further information see: Treating waste: waste exemptions .
Fees and charges
Costs depend on the permit that is required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for fees and payments.
The Public Register for Environmental Permits is available at the Council. The Environment Agency maintains a public register .