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NR/L2/ENV/120 ISSUE 2

Waste Management

active, Most Current
Organization: NR
Publication Date: 3 June 2023
Status: active
Page Count: 33
scope:

This business process sets out: 

a) Network Rail's compliance requirements for managing waste from Network Rail sites and infrastructure; and 

b) what Network Rail, its contractors and third parties are required to achieve for effective waste management, in line with Network Rail Environmental Sustainability Strategy and Key Performance Indicators. 

It applies to any activity that produces waste at any Network Rail site, including fly-tipping and littering on Network Rail land. 

Purpose 

This business process enables Network Rail to: 

a) manage risks and maximise opportunities around production and management of waste to protect the business and the environment; 

b) support the implementation of circular economy by reducing the amount of virgin material it extracts and keeping existing resources in use for as a long as possible; and 

c) comply with waste management legislation and enable good practice. 

These requirements reduce waste to landfill, improve recycling and reuse whilst reducing costs.

Document History

NR/L2/ENV/120 ISSUE 2
June 3, 2023
Waste Management
This business process sets out:  a) Network Rail’s compliance requirements for managing waste from Network Rail sites and infrastructure; and  b) what Network Rail, its contractors and third...
December 7, 2019
Waste Management
This business process sets out: a) Network Rail’s compliance requirements for managing waste from Network Rail sites and infrastructure; and b) what Network Rail, its contractors and third parties...

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