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Keep up to date with the compliance status of all your waste company suppliers so you can spot supply chain problems first

Be automatically alerted when your supplier waste companies' EA licences, permits and insurances are due to expire

How Dsposal helps waste managers and brokers comply with their duty of care

As a waste manager or broker, you know that the world of rubbish is constantly changing; for you and your customers. With Dsposal's Peace of Mind Notifications, you are automatically notified of compliance issues in your supply chain, and using our Fast Audit Tool, you can run desk-top supply chain audits easily and quickly to ensure that the companies you and your customers use are fully compliant.

Your customers' legal obligations don’t end until their waste gets to the end of its journey. By using Dsposal's Fast Audit Tool, and by receiving our Peace of Mind Notifications, you will be the first to know of any compliance issues in your waste supply chain.

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Waste Chain

Dsposal's Waste Chain helps waste managers and brokers to plot out their waste routes by allowing you to link up different waste profiles to their different departments

Fast Audit

Carrying out regular Duty of Care Audits on your waste company suppliers is essential. Dsposal's Fast Audit Tool helps you audit your waste company suppliers easily and quickly, allowing you to digitally check the status of licences, insurances and permits on-screen and complete a full compliance audit from your desk, or on your phone or tablet on site

Peace of Mind Notifications

Our Peace of Mind Notifications keep you informed about changes in regulation and when licences or insurances have expired.

Why Does it Matter

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Part of the problem is that there’s very low levels of awareness around waste. Our research conducted by YouGov in Greater Manchester showed that 49% of adults didn’t know waste removal services needed to be licensed and in a study by the Right Waste Right Place campaign even businesses were unaware of their Duty of Care with 48% of them not knowing where their waste goes once it leaves their premises. So it’s really easy for criminals to take advantage. This complex arrangement means it can be hard for both you and your clients to meet the legal obligations around waste. We help both you and your clients understand this complexity and help you guide your customers through it. We're take care of everything to do with waste so you can spend time focussing on your other services to offer your clients.

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