Arranging Collection


Within England and Wales the process of waste disposal is carried out between the waste producer (consigner)
and the waste disposer (consignee). In Scotland the disposal process also involves a Scottish government body

Step 1: Contact Intercoat Paints

Once the waste has been classified as either hazardous or non-hazardous, please contact Intercoat:

The waste will be properly classified and assigned a reference number (The List of Wastes)

It may be an necessity for a site visit to take samples for subsequent lab analysis

Step 2 – Quotation
Once the type of waste is classified and its quantity is established, a quotation can be provided

Step 3 – Documentation

Depending on whether the waste is hazardous or non-hazardous, the paperwork raised for the collection will be

Hazardous waste: a two- part Consignment Note is raised, one of which is retained by the customer at the disposal stage

Non-hazardous waste – a two-part Controlled Waste Transfer Note (Duty of Care note) is raised and again the customer
retains one copy

Step 4 – Collection

The waste will then be collected on an agreed date and returned to our Waste Transfer Station on site

The waste will be inspected upon receipt at our site and will be accepted or rejected in line with WM3
regulations. If there are any discrepancies you will be contacted by telephone or email