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Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd Coventry New Build Warehouse

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Northcroft One Horse Guards Avenue London SW1A 2HU Tel: +44 (0)20 7839 7858 Fax: +44 (0)20 7930 2594 Contact: Martin Humm Email: mhumm@northcroft.co.uk www.northcroft.com

Martin Humm Email: mhumm@northcroft.co.uk www.northcroft.com Construction Method Statement Coventry New Build Warehouse

Construction Method Statement

Coventry New Build Warehouse

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd

Former Nastech Site

Torrington Avenue, Coventry

CV4 9AE

April 2009

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd Construction Method Statement - Coventry

Contents

(UK) Ltd Construction Method Statement - Coventry Contents Sections Description Page Section 1 General

Sections

Description

Page

Section 1

General

1

Section 2

Description and Location of Project

2

Section 3

Construction Method Statement

3

Appendix A

Construction Site Setup Drawing

6

Appendix B

Site Waste Management Plan

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Section 1

General

Construction Method Statement - Coventry Section 1 General This Construction Method Statement (CMS) is prepared on

This Construction Method Statement (CMS) is prepared on behalf of Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd for

the construction of a warehouse club on land at the Junction of Fletchamstead Highway and

Torrington Avenue (Former Nastech Site), Coventry, CV4 9AE. The CMS is required by planning

condition 14 attached to planning permission reference APP/U4610/A/08/2079504.

Condition 14 sets out the requirements of the CMS. This document is intended to discharge

condition 14 although it is intended that this CMS will comprise a first stage of the Construction

Phase Health and Safety Plan which is required under the Construction (Design and Management)

Regulations 2007.

This CMS sets out proposed measures to minimize and mitigate construction impact on the

community and targets for the management of the site during the construction phase. It is

intended that the CMS remains under review during the construction of the project. Sequencing of

the work will be programmed once the reserved matters have been approved and the contractor

appointed. Further details of the construction programme can be provided at that time.

The following text contains a series of considerations that Costco Wholesale and their appointed

contractor will follow whilst working on the Costco Wholesale warehouse to project completion.

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Section 2

Description and Location of Project

- Coventry Section 2 Description and Location of Project Author: Northcroft, One Horse Guards Avenue, London

Author:

Northcroft, One Horse Guards Avenue, London SW1A 2HU

Project Title:

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd - Coventry

Value of Project:

Ä T.B.A

Location:

Land at the Junction of Fletchamstead Highway and Torrington Avenue

Nature of project:

(Former Nastech Site), Coventry, CV4 9AE

Construction of a warehouse club with associated access and car

parking, including tyre installation, sales and associated facilities, on a

former industrial site.

Scope of project:

- Ground bearing concrete floor slab to warehouse with sealed

surface finish.

- Wide span portal frame with lean to tyre bay.

- Canopy suspended from structural frame.

- Feature entrance lobby with automatic doors.

- Built membrane roof system with scatter pattern roof lights.

- Composite cladding to main warehouse elevations with

contrasting cladding to tyre bay.

- Pre-cast concrete anti ram external walling.

- Roof mounted air handing air conditioning units and roof

mounted refrigeration units.

- Meat and Bakery preparation areas, Freezer and Cooler.

Construction of External Works

Total site area of approximately 36,900m2 (9.65 acres)

comprising of:

-

Car park and HGV access, hard standings, and associated

drainage

-

Out building for Sprinkler Tank

-

2 No. Sprinkler Tanks

-

Extensive soft Landscaping

-

Meat and Bakery preparation areas, Freezer and Cooler.

-

Contract period – T.B.A

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Section 3

Construction Method Statement

Statement - Coventry Section 3 Construction Method Statement A. Sufficient parking will be provided within the

A. Sufficient parking will be provided within the site boundary to accommodate all staff operatives and visitors vehicles, and will eliminate the need for parking in Torrington Avenue and other surrounding roads. The proposed on-site car parking area is shaded blue of the Site setup drawing Plan reference 25678/20/Rev A which is attached at Appendix A.

Targets

Designate an area of the site for site personnel’s vehicles.

B. All major deliveries to site will be from the A45 Fletchamstead Highway, down the slip road into Torrington Avenue, and then through the site entrance as marked up on the Site Plan. This will eliminate the need for HGV’s to negotiate the smaller local roads. A traffic plan will be produced prior to commencement of construction clearly stating the routes to be used and identifying any local site rules and directional requirements.

Targets

Develop a construction and related traffic management plan.

Identify sensitive areas (eg schools and homes)

Develop a map showing delivery drivers routes to site from trunk roads

Put procedures in place to prevent delivery vehicles from queuing outside the site boundary whenever possible.

Make delivery drivers aware of traffic restrictions on and around the site.

Delivery vehicle engines should be turned off while waiting to be unloaded.

Vehicles should be loaded and unloaded off the highway wherever possible.

Have designated personnel on site to receive deliveries, direct vehicles on and off site, and act as banksman

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Construction Method Statement - Coventry C. Safe and secure plant and material storage

C.

Safe and secure plant and material storage areas will be utilised as the overall site develops. These will be provided within the area shaded green. This will be sub- divided into trade specific sections, and will facilitate the safe segregation of materials (flammable/non- flammable, etc). There will be a permit system in place for the issue of keys for the plant on site, and all vehicles will be locked and secured at the end of each working day and the keys returned to the site management for safe keeping.

Targets

There will be no materials stacked outside of the site boundary/fence.

Seek to ensure that material and plant storage areas are properly managed, cover lightweight materials with sheeting if necessary

Seek to ensure that no wind-blown litter or debris leaves site whenever possible

Ensure that materials that are potentially hazardous are well secured.

It is a legal requirement to lock fuel outlets when they are not in use

Secure plant to prevent vandalism and immobilise plant and equipment over night

If required, install deterrents such as lights and warning notices

Inform the local police about the site and seek their advice on security

Consult with the Fire Brigade for advice on storing fuel and flammable materials on site

Order the correct quantity of materials to arrive when they are needed to reduce the required storage time and risk of damage and theft.

Establish in what form materials will be delivered, so that the appropriate unloading plant can be arranged and space set aside.

Select packaging materials for deliveries that can assist effective/secure storage and movement of materials on site.

D

Existing site fencing will remain to the East, South, and West boundaries of the site for the duration of the works. Heras style fencing will be used along the North boundary (Torrington Avenue) to complete the site boundary security. This will enable easy public viewing along the Northern boundary of the construction works and will help to reduce general inquisitive nature commonly encountered with building sites.

Targets

Ensure the site is secure

Secure the site boundary using existing perimeter fencing and high quality locks on gates.

Ensure that appropriate clean-up/repair is undertaken promptly, to discourage further problems from occurring if the site experiences a problem such as vandalism or graffiti.

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Construction Method Statement - Coventry E. Full wheel washing facilities will be maintained

E. Full wheel washing facilities will be maintained near to the access/egress point as shown in pink on the site setup drawing in Appendix A.

Targets

Frequently brush-clean the wheel washing facilities

Keep haul routes clear.

Keep roads free from mud wherever possible

F. Dust from the construction will be minimised by keeping the cutting/grinding of materials on site to a minimum. Where cutting or grinding is unavoidable, equipment and techniques to minimise dust will be used. All land clearing activities will be “damped down” using water suppression. Loaded lorries and skips will be covered with netting/sheeting, and the wheels of all vehicles/plant leaving site will be cleaned so that mud is not spread onto the surrounding roads.

G. Appendix B contains a Site Waste Management Plan which will be employed on the site, or another such Plan to be agreed in writing with the Council,

Targets

Segregate different types of waste as it is produced and arrange frequent removal by registered waste carrier

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Appendix A

(UK) Ltd Construction Method Statement - Coventry Appendix A Construction Site Setup Drawing R:\JOBS\081178\Construction

Construction Site Setup Drawing

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Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd
Construction Method Statement - Coventry

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Appendix B

(UK) Ltd Construction Method Statement - Coventry Appendix B Site waste Management Plan R:\JOBS\081178\Construction

Site waste Management Plan

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Northcroft One Horse Guards Avenue London SW1A 2HU Tel: +44 (0)20 7839 7858 Fax: +44 (0)20 7930 2594 Contact: Martin Humm Email: mhumm@northcroft.co.uk www.northcroft.com

Martin Humm Email: mhumm@northcroft.co.uk www.northcroft.com Site Waste Management Plan Coventry New Build Warehouse

Site Waste Management Plan

Coventry New Build Warehouse

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd

UK Home Office, Hartspring Lane

Watford, Hertfordshire

WD25 8JS

April 2009

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry

Contents

(UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Contents Sections Description Page Section 1 General

Sections

Description

Page

Section 1

General

1

Section 2

Description and Location of Project

2

Section 3

Project Aim

3

Section 4

Management

4

Section 5

Instruction and Training

5

Section 6

Waste Management on Site

5

Section 7

Preparing your Plan

6

Section 8

Waste Minimisation

7

Section 9

Segregation

8

Section 10

Waste Management / Disposal of Waste

9

Section 11

Training / Communication

16

Section 12

Ongoing Review of Implementation

18

Section 13

Actual Versus Forecast Waste

19

Section 14

Completion Review

21

Section 15

Waste Management Plan Implementation Checklist

23

Appendices

Appendix A

The Site Waste Management Plans – Regulations 2008

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Section 1

General

Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 1 General From the 6 April 2008 all

From the 6 April 2008 all construction projects with a value of Ä300,000 (excluding VAT) or more

require a Site Waste Management Plan (SWMP). The plan must contain a declaration that the

Client and the Principal Contractor will take all reasonable steps to ensure that:

a) All waste from the site is dealt with in accordance with the waste duty of care in Section 34

of the environmental Protection Act 1990 and the environmental Protection (Duty of care)

Regulations 1991; and

b) Materials will be handled efficiently and waste managed appropriately.

This plan will be passed to the principal contractor upon appointment and should be treated by the

said principal contractor as a live document for the duration of the project and updated as often as

is necessary to ensure the plan accurately reflects progress of the project, and in any event not

less than every 6 months.

The plan must be available on site at all times, and should be kept for a minimum of two years

after the completion of the project.

The full Site Waste Management Plans Regulations 2008 may be found in Appendix A.

Declaration of Client: ……………………………………………………………………………………………

Date:

Declaration of Principal Contractor: …………………………………………………………………….

Date:

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Section 2

Description and Location of Project

- Coventry Section 2 Description and Location of Project Author: Northcroft, One Horse Guards Avenue, London

Author:

Northcroft, One Horse Guards Avenue, London SW1A 2HU

Project Title:

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd - Coventry

Value of Project:

Ä T.B.A

Location:

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd, UK Home Office, Hartspring Lane, Watford,

Nature of project:

Hertfordshire WD25 8JS

Construction of new build warehouse on existing Brownfield site,

totalling 12,600m 2

Scope of project:

- Ground bearing concrete floor slab to warehouse with sealed

surface finish.

- Wide span portal frame with lean to tyre bay.

- Canopy suspended from structural frame.

- Feature entrance lobby with automatic doors.

- Built membrane roof system with scatter pattern roof lights.

- Composite cladding to main warehouse elevations with

contrasting cladding to tyre bay.

- Pre-cast concrete anti ram external walling.

- Roof mounted air handing air conditioning units and roof

mounted refrigeration units.

- Meat and Bakery preparation areas, Freezer and Cooler.

Construction of External Works

Total site area of approximately 36,900m2 (9.65 acres)

comprising of:

-

Car park and HGV access, hard standings, and associated

drainage

-

Out building for Sprinkler Tank

-

2 No. Sprinkler Tanks

-

Extensive soft Landscaping

-

Meat and Bakery preparation areas, Freezer and Cooler.

-

Contract period – T.B.A

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Section 3

Project Aim

Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 3 Project Aim The team behind the Costco Wholesale

The team behind the Costco Wholesale Project at Coventry are committed to implement the project

environmental plan and the SWMP so that it is effective, accurate and economical. We are

spending time and a lot of effort in identifying the different types of waste that will be produced by

the project and are seeking to utilise design methods and materials specification that seek to

minimise waste.

The team shall also consider how to reuse, recycle or recover the different waste produced by the

project and require the principal contractor to demonstrate that they are complying with the duty

of care regime.

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Section 4

Management

Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 4 Management The principal contractor is environmental co-ordinator of

The principal contractor is environmental co-ordinator of the project and as such is responsible for

instructing workers, overseeing and documenting results for the SWMP.

Position

Name

Contact Details

Client

Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd

UK Home Office

Project Director

Derek Waddington

Hartspring Lane

Watford

Hertfordshire

WD25 8JS

Project Manager

   

Principal Contractor

   

Project Director

Project Environmental

   

Co-ordinator

Waste Management Co-ordinator

   

Document Controller

   

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Section 5

Instruction and Training

Plan - Coventry Section 5 Instruction and Training The principal contractor will provide on-site instruction of

The principal contractor will provide on-site instruction of appropriate separation, handling,

recycling, re-use and return methods to be used by all parties at all appropriate stages of the

project. Todbox talks will be carried out every month on waste issues and all subcontractors will

be expected to attend. The SWMP will also be mentioned in the site induction process. This will

ensure that everyone feels they are included and that their participation is meaningful.

Section 6

Waste management on Site

Surplus or waste materials arise from either the materials imported to site or from those generated

on site. Imported materials are those which are brought to the project for inclusion into the

permanent works. Generated materials are those which exist on the project such as topsoil, sub-

soil, trees and materials from demolition works etc.

However, there are other considerations to waste management such as waste reduction,

segregation of waste, disposal of waste, financial impacts of waste disposal and recording,

monitoring, education and reviewing. This plan outlines the procedures that have been put in place

and demonstrate how they benefit the environment, how we can measure the effects and how

these procedures and practices are sustainable.

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Section 7 - Preparing your Plan

Management Plan - Coventry Section 7 - Preparing your Plan Forecast Volumes (m3)/Weight (kg) of Potential

Forecast Volumes (m3)/Weight (kg) of Potential Waste on Site

Estimate the types and amounts of waste you expect to generate on this project.

Estimate Amount Work Package Subcontractor Type of Waste Waste Category (m 3 or tonnes)
Estimate Amount
Work Package
Subcontractor
Type of Waste
Waste Category
(m 3 or tonnes)

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Section 8

Waste Minimisation

Management Plan - Coventry Section 8 Waste Minimisation At Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd we have, from

At Costco Wholesale (UK) Ltd we have, from a very early stage, looked at how we can minimise the

waste produced, thereby reducing the amount of waste to be removed from the project. The

principal contractor, sub-contractors, design team and suppliers are all being encouraged to look at

ways to minimise the amount of waste produced at the workface.

Up to date actions are recorded in the table below:

Responsibility Action Date action commenced
Responsibility
Action
Date action commenced

All of the above act to reduce the amount of waste and surplus materials, which traditionally would

be skipped and sent to landfill. We are continually identifying waste minimisation actions and

these will be updated in the above table.

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Section 9

Segregation

Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 9 Segregation A specific area shall be laid out

A specific area shall be laid out and labelled to facilitate the separation of materials for potential

recycling, salvage, re-use and return. Recycling and waste, skips and bins are to be kept clean and

clearly marked in order to avoid contamination of materials.

The labelling systems shall be the Waste Awareness Colour Coding Scheme. If the skips are clearly

identified the bulk of the workforce will deposit the correct materials into the correct skip/waste

bin.

Skips for segregation of waste identified currently are:

Wood

Metal

Brick/Rubble

Canteen Waste

As works progress and other trades come to site, other skips will be placed to enable certain waste

to be removed from site. This is likely to include:

Plasterboard

Paper and Plasterboard

The skips need to be monitored to ensure that contamination of segregated skips does not occur.

Therefore it is intended to hold regular tool box talks on how the waste management system is

working and point out that an uncontaminated skip for recycling costs considerably less than if it

should become contaminated requiring it to go to land fill.

We will continually review the type of surplus materials being produced and change the site set up

to maximise on re-use or recycling and the use of landfill will be the last option.

This plan will be included as an agenda item at the weekly construction meetings. In addition, the

plan will be communicated to the whole project team (including the client) at the monthly

meetings. This will include any updates from the last version.

Date

Organiser

Attendance Record

(name and company)

Notes taken by

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Section 10

(UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 10 Waste Management/Disposal of waste All surplus

Waste Management/Disposal of waste

All surplus or waste materials fall into five categories for management, these are:

Re-used (on or off site)

Recycled (on or off site)

Sent for another form of recovery

Landfill

Otherwise disposed of

These categories are set out in Regulation 8(3)(c) of the SWMPs Regulation 2008. Figures on the

amount of re-use and recycling, and whether this takes place on or off site, should be provided

wherever possible. The category ‘another form of recovery’ should then be used to record waste

that is sent for any other type of recovery, for example, this may include:

Physical sorting (where this results in recovery of one or more components of the sorted

waste)

Chemical or biological treatment

Composting

Incineration with energy recovery

Remedial treatment of soil

The category ‘otherwise disposed of’ should be used for any other type of disposal, including

burning without recovery and where it is not possible to record known quantities of mixed waste.

Details should be outlined of the actions that will be applied to the estimated pre-managed waste

categories.

The Waste Categories

Project waste normally falls into three categories (in order of increasing environmental hazard),

each containing different waste types depending on the project:

Inert Waste – wastes that will not harm or cause adverse effects to the environment when

disposed of, or do not decompose when buried. They have no potentially hazardous content once

placed in a landfill. (For example: rocks, concrete, mortar, bricks, blocks and tiles, plaster (not

plasterboard), uncontaminated soils and aggregates, glass and some plastics).

Non-hazardous waste – wastes that will break down/decompose when buried, resulting in the

production of landfill gases such as methane and carbon dioxide. (For example: timber, paper and

cardboard, green wastes, food, metal and biodegradable plastics).

Hazardous waste – wastes that are harmful to human health or the environment (for example

products liable to cause death, injury or impairment to living beings, pollution of waters or

unacceptable environmental impact if improperly contained, handled, treated or disposed of).

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Hazardous wastes include: wastes with one or

Hazardous wastes include: wastes with one or more of the following properties: Explosive,

Oxidising, Flammable, Highly Flammable, Irritant, Toxic, Carcinogenic, Corrosive, Infectious,

Teratogenic, Mutagenic, Ecotoxic (see details below for definitions of hazardous properties), wastes

which release toxic gases in contact with water, air or acid. Wastes, which after disposal produce a

leachate or other substances that posses any of the aforementioned properties. Harmful wastes

which if they are inhaled or ingested or if they penetrate the skin, may involve limited health risks,

medicinal products, for example a prescription-only medicine.

Definition of Hazardous Properties

Corrosive – Any waste consisting of substances and preparations which may destroy living

tissue on contact. For example, products with COSHH warning labels.

Explosive – Waste consisting of substances and preparations which may explode under the

effect of flame or which are more sensitive to shocks or friction than dinitrobenzene.

Flammable – Waste that consists of liquid substances and preparations having a flash point

equal to or greater than 21áC and less than or equal to 55áC.

Highly Flammable – Waste that consists of:

-

Liquid substances and preparations having a flashpoint below 21áC.

-

Substances and preparations which may become hot and finally catch fire in contact

with air and ambient temperature.

-

Solid substances and preparations which may readily catch fire after brief contact with

a source of ignition and which continue to burn.

-

Gaseous substances and preparations which are flammable in air at normal pressure.

-

Any substances and preparations which, in contact with water or damp air evolve

highly flammable gases in dangerous quantities.

-

Infectious – Waste that consists of substances containing viable micro-organisms or their

toxins which are known or reliably believed to cause disease in humans or other living

Oxidising – Waste that consists of substances and preparations which exhibit organisms

highly exothermic reactions when in contact with other substances, particularly flammable

substances.

The producer of hazardous waste will dispose of hazardous waste, as well as maintain

records of quantities and disposal routes. The site manager/waste co-ordinator will monitor

and observe waste management and disposal procedure.

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Waste Management

Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Waste Management Project Materials Imported Materials Generated Materials
Project Materials Imported Materials Generated Materials Waste/Surplus Waste/Surplus Re-use Re-use Landfill
Project Materials
Imported
Materials
Generated
Materials
Waste/Surplus
Waste/Surplus
Re-use
Re-use
Landfill
Landfill
Recycle
Recycle

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Waste Management options For each waste type

Waste Management options

For each waste type identify what waste management action is proposed and if you have set any targets.

As a minimum this information should be split into inert, hazardous and non-hazardous waste (to comply with the SWMP Regulations)

Waste needs to be recorded in the following categories: Bricks, Tiles and Ceramics Concrete, Inert, Insulation, Metals, Packaging, Gypsum, Binders, Plastics, Timber, Floor coverings (soft), Electrical and electronic equipment, Furniture, Canteen/office/adhoc, Liquids, Oils, Soils, Asphalt and tar, Mixed, Hazardous & Other

Reduction = reducing the quantity of the waste; reuse = reuse of materials/products for same process; recycle = processing of material ; recover =composting, energy recovery, remedial treatment of soil, physical sorting of waste (when one or more components of the waste is recovered)

Container/ Waste Any relevant Reduce Reuse Recover Recycle Waste type Dispose (%) Equipment Management
Container/
Waste
Any relevant
Reduce
Reuse
Recover
Recycle
Waste type
Dispose (%)
Equipment
Management
exemptions/
(%)
(%)
(%)
(%)
required
contractor
licenses
Overall target

This section should be completed before construction work commences onsite; the client is responsible for the SWMP before construction work commences

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Duty of care

(UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Duty of care It is mandatory to include

It is mandatory to include Duty of Care in your SWMP. The client and principal contractor must take reasonable steps to ensure waste duty of care and materials are handled efficiently, and waste is managed appropriately.

Please use the table to log relevant details:

Waste Management Contractor Name Waste management license number, date of issue and expiry Waste Transfer
Waste Management Contractor
Name
Waste management
license number,
date of issue and
expiry
Waste Transfer
Waste Management Contractor
Address
Waste carrier license number;
date of issue and expiry
notes storage
location
Have you registered with the Environment Agency as a hazardous waste producer?
Yes
No

If yes, please provide your hazardous waste registration number; date of issue and expiry

waste registration number; date of issue and expiry If further assistance is needed to find local

If further assistance is needed to find local waste management contractors use BRE’s free online tool at www.bremap.co.uk For more information on Duty of Care and Hazardous Waste go to: www.netregs.gov.uk

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Waste Records

(UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Waste Records It is mandatory to record the

It is mandatory to record the identity of the person removing the waste (i.e. waste management contractor), types of waste removed and where the waste is being taken to and if it has a waste management license or exemption and the waste carrier registration number. Links or references should be provided to waste transfer notes and hazardous waste consignment notes

Please use the table to log relevant details:

Date waste Type of waste removed Who removed the waste Site the waste has gone
Date
waste
Type of waste
removed
Who removed the
waste
Site the waste has
gone to
Does the site
have a license
or an
exemption?
Waste Carrier License
Number
Evidence e.g. waste
transfer note
location/reference

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Waste Log

(UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Waste Log It is mandatory to record at

It is mandatory to record at least every six months the type and quantities of waste produced and what has happened to this waste. You will need to obtain information from your waste management contractor. Please use the same definitions as you have done in Step 4 (defining your waste management options).

You can use this table to update your records

Date: Quantity m 3 or tonnes (delete as appropriate) Re-use on Re-use off Recycling on
Date:
Quantity m 3 or tonnes (delete as appropriate)
Re-use on
Re-use off
Recycling on
Recycling off
Recovery
Sent to
Other
Type of waste
Recovery on site
site
site
site
site
offsite
landfill
disposal

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 11 Training / Communication Training Everyone

Section 11 Training / Communication

Training

Everyone on site should receive relevant training which should include:

The SWMP

Roles and responsibilities

Waste procedures on site

Hazardous waste

Duty of care / responsibilities

Materials storage

Roles and responsibilities

What forms of training are you using on site? (please tick all that apply) Induction

you using on site? (please tick all that apply) Induction Tool box talks Work shops Other

Tool box talks Work shops Other (please state)

Induction Tool box talks Work shops Other (please state) Do you have a training log? Y

Do you have a training log?

Yes

Other (please state) Do you have a training log? Y e s No If no, please

No

Other (please state) Do you have a training log? Y e s No If no, please

If no, please use the attached table to create a training log

If yes where is it kept?

table to create a training log If yes where is it kept? Communication How are you

Communication

How are you communicating the SWMP on site? (Please tick all that apply)

Meetings Posters Feedback from staff Other (Please state)the SWMP on site? (Please tick all that apply) R:\JOBS\081178\Construction Method Statement\Construction

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Training / communication continued

Training log

- Coventry Training / communication continued Training log Date next Name Company Date Who trained by
Date next Name Company Date Who trained by Type of training training due
Date next
Name
Company
Date
Who trained by
Type of training
training due

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 12 Ongoing Review of Implementation The

Section 12 Ongoing Review of Implementation

The SWMP should be checked regularly - use the table below to keep a log of when the plan was monitored and the outcomes. The plan must be reviewed not less than 6 months frequency.

Date Name Summary / Action carried out
Date
Name
Summary / Action carried out

Sections 10 and 11 should be completed during the construction project, this is the responsibility of the principal contractor

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Section 13 Actual Versus Forecast Waste

Plan - Coventry Section 13 Actual Versus Forecast Waste It is mandatory to compare the estimated

It is mandatory to compare the estimated quantities with the actual quantities. Waste type and forecast amount will need to be copied from the forecasts in step 3 and the actual quantities will need to be calculated and entered (from step 7). You can also compare the waste management routes

You can use this table for the comparison

Quantity m 3 or tonnes (delete as appropriate) Total waste Re-use on Re-use off Recycling
Quantity m 3 or tonnes (delete as appropriate)
Total waste
Re-use on
Re-use off
Recycling on
Recycling
Recovery on
Recovery
Sent to
Other
Type of waste
estimated
site
site
site
off site
site
offsite
landfill
disposal

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Actual waste Re-use on Re-use off Recycling
Actual waste Re-use on Re-use off Recycling on Recycling Recovery on Recovery Sent to Other
Actual waste
Re-use on
Re-use off
Recycling on
Recycling
Recovery on
Recovery
Sent to
Other
Type of waste
estimated
site
site
site
off site
site
offsite
landfill
disposal
Differences

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 14 Completion review This section must

Section 14 Completion review

This section must be filled in within 3 months of the work being completed on this project (i.e. project finish) :

We confirm that the plan has been monitored on a regular basis to ensure that work was progressing to the plan and the plan was updated

Signature

Print name

Date

the plan and the plan was updated Signature Print name Date This stage is designed to
the plan and the plan was updated Signature Print name Date This stage is designed to
the plan and the plan was updated Signature Print name Date This stage is designed to

This stage is designed to help you evaluate the success of your SWMP, and to identify key ‘lessons learnt’ to use on your future projects, it is helping you strive for continual improvement.

Please explain any deviation from the original plan:

Please explain any deviation from the original plan : R:\JOBS\081178\Construction Method Statement\Construction

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Completion review continued Please review how successful

Completion review continued

Please review how successful you believe the implementation of the SWMP was:

successful you believe the implementation of the SWMP was: If project value in excess of Ä500,000

If project value in excess of Ä500,000 estimate of cost savings achieved:

Actions planned for next project:

Ç

cost savings achieved: Actions planned for next project : Ç Sections 10 – 11 should be

Sections 10 – 11 should be completed within 3 months of the project finishing, this it the responsibility of the principal contractor

This plan should be kept at either the principal contractor’s place of business or at the site of the project for 2 years

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Section 15 Waste Management Plan Implementation Checklist

Section 15 Waste Management Plan Implementation Checklist

Relevant signatures

Contractor:

Date:

Sub-contractors:

Date:

Client:

Date:

Checks (please tick)

Yes

No

Have terms and commercial rates been agreed with WM contractor(s)?

   

Have data reporting procedures been agreed with WM contractor(s)?

   

For off site WM or disposal are all the waste destination details verified?

   

Has a waste segregation/collection area been prepared?

   

Has the WM area been adequately sign posted?

   

Has a WM planning meeting been set?

   

Has the WM document control/filling system been set up?

   

Have all the necessary staff and contractors read and signed the WMP?

   

Have all the WM training/briefing requirements for staff been met?

   

Have all the WM training/briefing requirements for contractor(s) been met?

   

Have the waste management targets been set?

   

Has the WMP been approved by the Project Manager?

   

Comments/Further Actions:

1. Discuss/debate with the Internal Team Members and agree

   

quantities/values, etc

2. Discus/agree strategy with the Waste Management Sub-contractors

   

3. Issue the Weekly Monitoring – “data collection Sheet” to Sub-contractors

   

4. Include Waste Management Plan within Tender Documentation

   

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Appendix A

(UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Appendix A The Site Waste Management Plans –

The Site Waste Management Plans – Regulations 2008

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Appendix A

(UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry Appendix A The Site Waste Management Plans –

The Site Waste Management Plans – Regulations 2008

Under the Site Waste Management Plans Regulations 2008, any client who intends to carry out a

project on a construction site with an estimated cost greater than Ä300,000 (excluding VAT) must

prepare a site waste management plan (SWMP) conforming to the regulations before construction

work begins.

A SWMP is simply a plan that details the amount and type of waste that will be produced on a

construction site and how it will be reused, recycled or disposed of. The plan is then updated during

the construction process to record how the waste is managed and to confirm the disposal of any

materials that cannot be reused or recycled at a legitimate site.

The SWMP needs to be written at the construction design stage, but it is a requirement of the

SWMP Regulations to maintain it during the entire project. Therefore, the client (or principal

contractor) is also responsible for updating the plan with the site's day-to-day activity.

Projects Which Need a SWMP

SWMPs are required for all those construction projects with estimated costs in excess of Ä300,000

(excluding VAT). The cost of the project is the price in the accepted tender, or if there is no tender,

the cost of labour, plant and materials, overheads and profit.

While SWMPs are legally required for those construction projects in excess of Ä300,000, smaller

projects can also reduce both resource use and cost by having one.

Examples of those projects that will require a SWMP to be in place include a new build,

maintenance and alteration or installation/removal of services such as sewerage, water, etc.

Requirements of an SWMP

A suitable SWMP must identify the client, the principal contractor and the person who drafted the

SWMP. It must also describe the construction work proposed, including the location of the site and

the estimated cost of the project.

Any decision taken before the SWMP was drafted on the nature of the project, its design,

construction method or materials employed must be recorded in order to minimise the quantity of

waste produced on site.

The SWMP must:

describe each waste type expected to be produced in the course of the project;

estimate the quantity of each different waste type expected to be produced;

identify the waste management action proposed for each different waste type, including

reusing, recycling, recovery and disposal.

The principal contractor and the client must declare that all reasonable steps will be taken to

ensure that all waste from the site is dealt with in accordance with the waste duty of care and that

materials will be handled efficiently and waste managed appropriately.

Breaches of the regulations will be an offence, punishable on summary conviction by a fine not

exceeding Ä50,000, or on conviction on indictment by a fine.

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry The Site Waste Management Plans – Regulations

The Site Waste Management Plans – Regulations 2008 (cont’d)

Key Elements of the SWMP Process

One individual, usually the principal contractor, will be responsible for writing and implementing the

SWMP.

There are two levels of SWMP — standard and detailed:

the standard SWMP applies to projects costing less than Ä500,000;

the detailed SWMP applies to projects costing more than Ä500,000 and will require more

detailed reporting.

Local authorities and the Environment Agency will enforce SWMPs and they will impose

penalties for failure to make, keep or produce a SWMP.

The SWMP will:

identify the different types of waste that will be produced by the project and note any changes

in the design and materials specification that seek to minimise this waste;

consider how to reuse, recycle or recover the different wastes produced by the project;

require the construction company to demonstrate that it is complying with the duty of care

regime;

record the quantities of waste produced.

Projects with Estimated Costs of Less than Ñ500,000

If a project has an estimated cost of Ä500,000 or less, whenever waste is removed from the

site, the principal contractor must update the SWMP by recording:

the identity of the person removing the waste;

the types of waste removed;

the site that the waste is being taken to.

In addition, within three months of the work being completed, the principal contractor must

add to the plan:

a confirmation that the plan has been monitored on a regular basis to ensure that work is

progressing according to the plan and that the plan was updated in accordance with the

regulations;

an explanation of any deviation from the plan.

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Wholesale (UK) Ltd Site Waste Management Plan - Coventry The Site Waste Management Plans – Regulations

The Site Waste Management Plans – Regulations 2008 (cont’d)

Projects with Estimated Costs of More than Ñ500,000

If the project has an estimated cost of greater than Ä500,000, the principal contractor must update

the SWMP by recording on the plan whenever waste is removed:

the identify of the person removing the waste;

the waste carrier registration number of the carrier;

a copy of, or reference to, the written description of the waste (as required by s.34 of the

Environmental Protection Act 1990);

the site the waste is being taken to and whether the operator of that site holds a permit under

the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 or is registered as a waste

operation exempt from the need for such a permit.

The principal contractor must, as often as necessary, and no less than every six months, do the

following to ensure that the plan accurately reflects the progress of the project.

Review the plan.

Record the types and quantities of waste produced.

Record the types and quantities of waste that have been:

- reused (and whether this was on or off site)

- recycled (and whether this was on or off site)

- sent for another form of recovery (and whether this was on or off site)

- sent to landfill

- otherwise disposed of

Update the plan to reflect the progress of the project.

Within three months of the work being completed, the principal contractor must add to the plan:

confirmation that the plan has been monitored on a regular basis to ensure that work is

progressing according to the plan and that the plan was updated in accordance with the

regulations;

a comparison of the estimated quantities of each waste type against the actual quantities of

each waste type;

an explanation of any deviation from the plan;

an estimate of the cost savings that have been achieved by completing and implementing the

plan.

Discussion points:

What wastes are going to be produced?

How are we going to reduce waste?

How are we going to ensure waste is segregated?

How do we ensure all contractors segregate waste?

What uses can the waste be put to?

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