Urgent: Tell government how much red tape costs your business

The government is in the process of putting together a report summarising the findings of the Cutting Red Tape review into the waste and recycling sector. This work could impact on the future development of waste regulation, including the environmental permitting regime. 

They have sent us the following request:

In order for us to give context to some of the themes and issues that have been raised, we have been working with our analysts to establish a baseline of the costs and impacts to the industry. It would be really helpful if you could circulate the survey below to your members – the survey should only take a few minutes to complete and the closing date is Monday 19 October.   

The link to complete the survey is here:

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Tags: EA, Defra, BIS, red tape, Waste, waste regulation, environmental permitting, food waste operators, food waste, Matt Hindle, biogas, anaerobic digestion