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LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
hazardous substances

Lead acid batteries are now classed as Hazardous Waste.

The Special Waste Regulations 1996 combine with the existing Duty of Care and Health & Safety regulations and aim to ensure scrap batteries are disposed of safely.

It is now an offence to allow the removal of scrap batteries from any premises unless the company is registered with the Environment Agency as a carrier of controlled waste.

You can be safe in the knowledge that your batteries will be collected and secured by our fully experienced registered drivers, including use of our sturdy Health and Safety approved containers.

REGISTERED WASTE CARRIER
REG.NO : CB/KP3279PF
Waste Disposal License No. : WML 83233
Issued by LWRA
REGISTERED OFFICE
36 Cheshunt Road, Belvedere, Kent DA17 5JB
Waste Disposal License No. : WML 83233
Issued by LWRA

CONTACT DETAILS
VINTON BATTERIES
ALBION YARD
MANOR ROAD
ERITH
KENT DA8 2AD
TEL: 01322-333046
FAX: 01322-333858
E-MAIL - CLICK HERE
REGISTERED WASTE CARRIER
REG.NO : CB/KP3279PF
WASTE DISPOSAL LICENSE NO. : WML 83233
ISSUED BY LWRA
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