- 11 Jan 2004
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The food packaging though, clearly has not been generated as a result of work for a customer.
I don't make the rules boyo, nor do I agree with them. If you fell for the story, then bad luck.That photo of "the other waste items" (which I have seen before) does not prove anything. Are those items waste? Are they in a bag?
When does a snippet of cable or a short piece of roofing felt or a nearly used tin of paint or an offcut of wood (you get the idea) transition from "stock" or "materials" to "waste"??
Really? You didn't mention it in your first post...That photo of "the other waste items" (which I have seen before)
Yeah, I remember that story. This story proves that these rules are more about revenue generation. It is quite obvious that the waste is not commercial. They are basically saying that if the non-commercial waste was in a (say) Tesco carrier bag, he would have been
Not digging holes at all. I don't know why you think I am.Stop digging holes boyo, the waste was never about the sandwich wrappers. But you fell for it.