As readers of this site will recall, The (Waste) Duty of Care has been a legal requirement in the United Kingdom for nearly twenty years.
After the issue of limited guidance from DECC (UK Department of Energy & Climate Change) and the Environment Agency on the expectations for the ESOS
Following my earlier post regarding the Environment Agency’s Guidance Complying with the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (see Environment Agency Guidance: Complying with ESOS), the Environment Agency
As the regulatory requirements for the Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS) are starting to impact on large undertakings, those organisations with 250 or more OR
In this second post, I explore the implementation on the UK Regulators’ Code with reference to the Environment Agency. For further background to the Code,