Environment Agency launches new electronic waste transfer note system
5th February, 2014
On 29 January 2014, the Environment Agency (EA) launched its voluntary electronic duty of care (edoc) system, which allows waste transfer notes to be created, shared, edited, signed and stored electronically. The system can be used for free by any business that produces waste in the UK, or that is involved in transporting or managing business waste.
The edoc system has been developed as part of the government’s Red Tape Challenge to simplify and reduce the regulatory burden facing businesses.
For more information on this or any other environmental matter please contact Claire Petricca-Riding on 01244 405440 or email [email protected]
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