1. Other waste treatment – e-waste (500 tonnes or less) – A02c

Sites reprocessing specified electronic waste must hold an A02c registration. This is at a design capacity of less than or equal to 500 tonnes per year.

Specified electronic waste includes:

  • rechargeable batteries
  • cathode ray tube monitors and televisions
  • flat panel monitors and televisions
  • information technology and telecommunications equipment
  • lighting and photovoltaic panels.
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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_WM2 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.
    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

    REG_WM4

    You must store and manage waste in a manner which minimises the risk of fires.
    For more information, see EPA guideline Management and storage of combustible recyclable and waste materials (publication 1667.2)

2. Organic waste processing (small) – A07b

Sites processing organic waste by aerobic or anaerobic biological conversion must hold an A07b registration. This requirement for registration depends on:

  • the amount of organic waste received
  • the amount of pasteurised material, compost or digestate produced
  • if operations are processing organic waste generated on-site and if the processed organic waste stays on-site
  • the amount of organic waste stored on the site at any time.
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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

    REG_WM4

    You must store and manage waste in a manner which minimises the risk of fires.
    For more information, see EPA guideline Management and storage of combustible recyclable and waste materials (publication 1667.2)

3. Waste tyre storage (small) – A09b

Sites storing less than, or equal to, 40 tonnes or 5000 equivalent passenger units of waste tyres on-site must hold an A09b registration.

This doesn’t include sites that store less than 5 m3 of waste tyres at any time. Or, if you use the waste tyres according to specifications acceptable to the Authority. These are in a determination made under regulation 5 of the Environment Protection Regulations 2021.

  • A09b conditions

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_WM1

    For all wastes of a type listed in Appendix 1, you must keep records detailing:

    a) incoming and outgoing movements of waste;

    b) the current location of waste at your activity site; and

    c) the waste type of any waste located at your activity site.

    These records must be retained for five years and be made available to the Authority on request.          

    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

    REG_WM4

    You must store and manage waste in a manner which minimises the risk of fires.
    For more information, see EPA guideline Management and storage of combustible recyclable and waste materials (publication 1667.2)

4. Reportable priority waste (transport) other – A10b

Vehicles transporting reportable priority waste (transport) must hold an A10b registration. This is excluding waste classified with the following waste codes:

  • B100 – acids in a solid form or acidic solutions with pH value 4 or less
  • E100 – oxidising agents (including peroxides)
  • G100 – ethers and highly flammable hydrocarbons, including petrol and jet fuel
  • R100 – clinical and related wastes, including biomedical waste, not otherwise specified in Schedule 5 - Waste classification, Environment Protection Regulations 2021.
 
  • A10b conditions

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1.1
    A copy of this registration must be kept in the vehicle to which the registration applies and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in the registration activity.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3.1

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or registered address; and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_WT1

    No reportable priority wastes other than those listed in Appendix 2 may be transported by the vehicle listed in Appendix 1.     

    REG_WT2

    The holder of this registration must ensure that reportable priority waste (transport) is stored in a way which minimises the risk of waste escaping, spilling or leaking at any time during transport.

    REG_WT3

    The holder of this registration must ensure that reportable priority waste (transport) of different types is not transported together unless the wastes are of a type or types that are compatible with each other.

    REG_WT4
    The holder of this registration must ensure that containers used to contain reportable priority waste (transport) during transport are compatible with the reportable priority waste (transport).
    REG_WT5
    The holder of this registration must ensure that when a vehicle to which the registration applies is used to transport reportable priority waste, the driver has completed all EPA approved training requirements and all training certifications are current and valid.
    REG_WT6
    The holder of this registration must ensure that when a vehicle to which the registration applies is used to transport waste classified as a class of dangerous goods as per Appendix A of the Waste Classification Assessment protocol (publication 1827), the driver has completed all EPA approved training requirements and all training certifications are current and valid.
    REG_WT7

    Subject to condition REG_WT8, a vehicle transporting the following industrial wastes in a tipper, tanker or container with a capacity of more than 500 kilograms or litres must display the 30XY Emergency Information Panel depicted in Figure 1—

    a) D300

    b) J100

    c) J120

    d) J130

    e) J170

    f) K100

    g) K110

    h) L100

    i) L200-NH

    j) N122

    k) N123

    l) T130-NH

    m) T140

    n) T141

    REG_WT8
    Where emergency information panels must be fixed to a vehicle, if the mounting of full-size panels is not possible due to vehicle design or construction, half-size panels are permitted to be fixed. Half-size panels must replicate the information and proportions and measure not less than half the dimensions of the full-size emergency information panel otherwise required. 
    REG_WT9 A vehicle transporting clinical and pharmaceutical wastes must have the class label depicted in Figure 2 in black on a yellow background fixed on the front and rear of the vehicle.
    REG_WT10

    When clinical and pharmaceutical wastes are being transported, the waste(s) must be:

    a) packaged in a manner which minimises the risk to handlers and the community; and

    b) clearly labelled to identify the type of waste or wastes being transported.

    For more information, see EPA guidance Clinical and related waste – operational guidance (publication IWRG612)

    REG_WT11
    All clinical and pharmaceutical wastes must be transported in a sealed load compartment that is lockable or in a lockable secondary container.
    REG_WT12 You must ensure that, where you have made a declaration to the Authority that the vehicle to which the registration applies is fit for the purpose of transporting the reportable priority waste (transport), the vehicle and associated insurance and approvals are maintained in accordance with that declaration whenever the vehicle is transporting reportable priority waste (transport).
    REG_WT13
    The holder of this registration may unload the reportable priority waste (transport) onto another means of transport that will convey the waste interstate or overseas, provided that the Authority has approved the interstate or overseas destination.
    REG_WT14
    The holder of this registration must ensure there is an impact buffer distance between the rear of vehicle and liquid waste containers to prevent any spills if the rear of the vehicle is impacted.
    REG_WT15

    The load compartment must be separated from the driver’s cabin by a solid partition.

    Note: This condition does not apply to vehicles classified as prime movers.

    REG_WT16

    A spill kit that is appropriate for the type and volume of waste being transported must be:

    a) carried in the vehicle; and

    b) accessible at all times.

    Note: This condition does not apply to vehicles classified as prime movers.

    REG_WT17

    All (solid) bulk loads must be fully contained and/or covered by a suitable tarpaulin cover that prevents reportable priority waste (transport), including dust, from leaving the vehicle.

    Note: This condition does not apply to vehicles classified as prime movers.

    REG_WT18

    The holder of this registration must ensure that the waste load compartment, which is to be used for transporting packaged liquid waste, is designed and maintained to ensure that it contains all spills effectively.

    Note: This condition does not apply to vehicles classified as a tanker, prime mover, tipper, trailer without secondary containment, hooklift (bin/skip only), truck without secondary containment, utility without secondary containment and van without secondary containment.

    REG_WT19

    When asbestos waste is being transported, all asbestos waste must be appropriately packaged in a manner which prevents the release of airborne asbestos fibres. 

    All asbestos waste must be securely loaded and stowed on the vehicle during transit in such a way that does not cause any of the packaging to rupture.

    Note: This condition does not apply to vehicles classified as prime movers or tankers.

    For more information, see EPA guidance Asbestos transport and disposal (publication IWRG611.2)

5. Waste and resource recovery (small) – A13c

Sites receiving, storing or processing waste generated at another site must hold an A13c registration. This is when it’s for the purposes of resource recovery or off-site transfer or disposal. Also, if there’s between 5 m3 and 5000 m3 of stored waste on the site at any time.

  • A13c conditions

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_WR1
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842), if the volume of waste stored on the activity site exceeds 4500m3 at any time.
    REG_WM1

    For all wastes of a type listed in Appendix 1, you must keep records detailing:

    a) incoming and outgoing movements of waste;

    b) the current location of waste at your activity site; and

    c) the waste type of any waste located at your activity site.

    These records must be retained for five years and be made available to the Authority on request.

    REG_WM2
    All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.
    REG_WM3.1

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site, except where waste is received in accordance with a permission, determination or designation issued by the Authority under the Environment Protection Act 2017 or regulations made pursuant to that Act; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not in accordance with a) (above), that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste within 21 days of the date it was received.

    REG_WM4

    You must store and manage waste in a manner which minimises the risk of fires.

    For more information, see EPA guideline Management and storage of combustible recyclable and waste materials (publication 1667.2)

6. Temporary storage – biomedical waste – A21

Sites storing 40 m3 or less of any biomedical waste must hold an A21 registration. This is when it’s not generated at the site by a council, a health or ambulance service.

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_BW1
    Containers used to store biomedical waste must be sufficiently sealed and clearly labelled so that the contents can be identified.
    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

7. Temporary storage – asbestos – A22

Sites temporarily storing less than 10 m3 of double-wrapped, non-friable asbestos, not generated on-site, must hold an A22 registration. This is if the storage is for a period of no more than 60 days.

The site must be:

  • permitted for use as a transfer station under a planning scheme and allowed to accept asbestos, or
  • used as a depot by a:
    • electricity distribution company
    • gas distribution company 
    • water corporation
    • telecommunications carrier (a public utility)
    • contractor of a public utility, that stores only asbestos generated by the public utility
    • contractor of the public utility that’s 100 metres or more from sensitive land uses. This includes residential premises, health services, child care centres and education centres.
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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

    REG_AS1
    You must store asbestos wastes in a manner which prevents the release of airborne asbestos fibres, including wrapping the waste in a material of suitable type and thickness and securely sealing all openings.
    REG_AS2
    You must clearly label all asbestos waste.

8. Temporary storage – designated waste – A23

Sites temporarily storing 1000 litres or less of designated waste, not generated at the site, must hold an A23 registration. This is if the storage is for a period of no more than 60 days.

  • A23 conditions

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_DW1

    You must store all designated wastes in a manner which prevent leaks or spills from escaping into the environment.

    REG_DW2
    A maintained spill kit (or kits) must be kept on the activity site and located near the waste storage area.
    REG_DW3
    Containers used to store designated waste must be sufficiently sealed and clearly labelled so that the contents can be identified.
    REG_WM1

    For all wastes of a type listed in Appendix 1, you must keep records detailing:

    a) incoming and outgoing movements of waste;

    b) the current location of waste at your activity site; and

    c) the waste type of any waste located at your activity site.

    These records must be retained for five years and be made available to the Authority on request.

    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

9. Glassworks (small) reprocessing – H05c

Sites reprocessing glass waste at a design capacity of less than or equal to 10,000 tonnes per year must hold an H05c registration.

  • H05c conditions

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must: 

    1. notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and
    2. update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.
    REG_WM2
    All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.
    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

    REG_WM4

    You must store and manage waste in a manner which minimises the risk of fires.

    For more information, see EPA guideline Management and storage of combustible recyclable and waste materials (publication 1667.2)

10. Dry cleaning – L07

Sites operating commercial dry cleaning activities must hold an L07 registration. Commercial dry cleaning activities meaning the cleaning of garments using a chemical solvent other than water for commercial purposes.

  • L07 conditions

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_DC1

    You must maintain records of machine maintenance which is undertaken. These records must be retained for five years and be made available to the Authority on request.

    For more information, see page 18 of the Best practice manual for drycleaners: Managing drycleaning waste on the Drycleaning Institute of Australia website.

    REG_DC2
    You must ensure that all persons engaging in the prescribed activity are properly trained and are familiar with how to manage dry-cleaning chemicals and wastes, and the legal requirements of the registration and the Act.
    REG_DC3

    Containers used to store dry-cleaning chemicals and wastes must be clearly labelled so that the contents can be identified.

    REG_DC4

    You must store dry-cleaning chemicals and wastes:

    a) in sufficiently sealed, chemically-resistant containers;

    b) separately from other chemicals;

    c) under cover;

    d) away from drains and sewers; and

    e) away from extreme heat.

    REG_DC5

    You must store all dry-cleaning chemicals and wastes (including separator water) in a manner which prevent leaks or spills from escaping into the environment.

    For more information see:

    REG_DC6
    You must ensure measures are in place to contain and clean-up leaks or spills of dry-cleaning chemicals and wastes.
    REG_DC7

    You must not dispose of hazardous dry-cleaning wastes:

    a) to general waste (e.g. a rubbish bin);

    b) to the sewer (e.g. sink or toilet);

    c) to stormwater (e.g. via stormwater drains); or

    d) to a place or premises (including a vehicle) which is not lawfully authorised to receive the waste.

    REG_DC8

    You must keep records of:

    a) outgoing movements of dry-cleaning wastes;

    b) the current location of dry-cleaning wastes at your activity site; and

    c) the waste type of any dry-cleaning wastes located at your activity site.

    These records must be retained for five years and be made available to the Authority on request.

    For more information, see page 18 of the Best practice manual for drycleaners: Managing drycleaning waste on the Drycleaning Institute of Australia website.

    REG_WM2
    All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.

11. Receiving waste acid sulfate soil for treatment – L08

Sites receiving Actual Acid Sulfate Soil or Potential Acid Sulfate Soil for treatment or amelioration must hold an L08 registration. This doesn’t include soil that has contaminant concentrations exceeding the upper limits for fill material containment concentrations. This is following the Waste Disposal Categories - Characteristics and Thresholds guidelines. Or, if the soil contains asbestos.

  • L08 conditions

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    Condition code Description
    REG_G1
    A copy of this registration must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the registration and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    REG_G2
    You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of a discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment.
    REG_G3

    You must:

    a) notify the Authority of any change to your name or address (including your registered address or activity site address as applicable); and

    b) update the EPA Interaction Portal if any other administrative details relevant to this registration change.

    REG_WAS1

    You must ensure that any waste acid sulfate soil at the activity site is:

    a) treated in a manner which neutralises existing and potential acidity; and

    b) is managed and contained in a manner which minimises the risk of acidic leachate infiltration to land and run-off to surface waters.

    REG_WAS2
    You must test and verify the net acidity of the accepted and treated waste acid sulfate soil using the Acid Base Accounting approach and laboratory methods detailed in the National Acid Sulfate Soils Guidance – National acid sulfate soils identification and laboratory methods manual, published by Water Quality Australia in June 2018 (as in force from time to time).
    REG_WAS3

    You must keep records for the activity site detailing:

    a) the date and time of receipt of waste acid sulfate soil;

    b) the amount of waste acid sulfate soil received;

    c) soil pH of the waste acid sulfate soil on receipt;

    d) the results of treatment and verification testing in accordance with condition REG_AS2;

    e) the subsequent use, movement, deposit or disposal of waste acid sulfate soil post-treatment; and

    f) any investigative or other report or information provided by the waste generator that relates to the waste acid sulfate soil received.

    These records must be retained for five years and be made available to the Authority on request.

    REG_WAS4

    You must ensure that verification and treatment of waste acid sulfate soil (WASS) is undertaken by an appropriately qualified and experienced practitioner who has:

    (a) tertiary qualifications in environmental science, environmental management or equivalent and experience in soil management of WASS; or

    (b) five or more years practical experience in WASS investigation, treatment and management.

    REG_WAS5

    You must ensure that any laboratory analysis required in relation to the activities authorised by this registration is undertaken by a National Associated of Testing Authorities accredited laboratory.

    REG_WM3

    You must ensure that:

    a) only waste of a type shown in Appendix 1 of this registration is accepted at the activity site; and

    b) if any waste is received at the activity site that is not of a type shown in Appendix 1, that this waste is placed in a designated and clearly sign-posted temporary storage area and is transported to a site which is authorised to receive this waste as soon as practicable.

The legal description of registration activities is in Schedule 1 of the Environment Protection Regulations (the Regulations).

Reviewed 4 May 2021