The Liquid and Hazardous Wastes Code of Practice

The Liquid and Hazardous Wastes Code of Practice (the Code) was originally published in 2003 and revised in 2012. The Code was developed to improve the operating standard within the liquid and hazardous waste industry, and create a minimum standard to which all operators are required to comply.  The Code and its accompanying Operators Handbook  are available on the NZTIWF website. 

The establishment of the Liquid and Hazardous Waste Operators Certification Council in 2007 under WasteMINZ, and transferred to NZTIWF in late 2015, has enabled liquid waste operators to be audited against the requirements of the Code and to become Code Compliant. Code compliancy provides waste generators and regulators with an assurance that a high level of service delivery across all aspects of the contractor’s business is being maintained.

Further information can be viewed at the Liquid & Hazardous Waste Operators page.


The objectives of the Liquid and Hazardous Waste Operators Certification Council Code Compliancy Programme are:

To give consumers confidence in Liquid and Hazardous Waste Operators services and service advertising; and

To promote and manage best industry practices across all operators at all levels within the industry.


 
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