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The duty of care is a legal requirement under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. It applies if you produce, import,
carry, keep, treat or dispose of waste tyres. It requires that all reasonable steps are taken to ensure tyres are not handled
illegally and that they are only transferred to an authorised person together with a waste transfer note. If you transfer
waste to someone else, you must be sure they are authorised to take them. All authorised waste carriers in England and Wales
are registered with the Environmental Agency and have a certificate of registration.
Making sure your waste tyres are disposed of legally will help to improve the management of waste tyres in the UK and support development of sustainable recovery and recycling. Failure to comply with the duty of car is a criminal offence. Action will be taken to prosecute those found using unauthorised channels and illegally dumping tyres.