Do you need a license to collect peoples washing machines, dish washers etc?
I have posted a ad on a website and a lot of people were saying about a WEEE license and I could get into trouble with the environment agency.
Appreciate any relevant answers,
People may laugh at me, but that's ok. I laugh all the way to the bank.
Register as a waste carrier/dealer, broker/dealer or carrier/broker/dealer. This costs £154 for 3 years and you will need to apply for the upper tier licence.
Looking through,f if you intend to export any waste then there are other regulations and possibly another licence to apply at £500 for under 400 tonnes and around £2500 for over 400.
look for this to soon come to Amerika. there just has to be a way to reign in thos pesky independent people who scrap for a living, and squeese, those few dollars out of their greedy hands.
Education not regulation.
cop = why do you have blank amount of washers in the back of your truck?
driver = washers? *looks back* OO my god I guess when they washed my windows at the red light they loaded up some other items into my truck!! *pretend to be upset*
Cop = why do you have blank amount of washers in the back of your truck?
driver = I came from a very large family...I had to buy my wife some new washers..12kids and counting it takes a good amount to get the wash done!
Sorry..I am staying home to try to get better from the flu...and so I am killing some time.
Lmao this sucks anyway because I am 15 and without reading the agreement you probably have to be 18 to get a license anyway.
Off the subject but just out of curiosity, do you still have to have a license to own a t.v. in Britain?
Last edited by Scrapette; 10-27-2011 at 08:05 PM.
The license is to watch T.V not for the T.V ownership. -It pays for the BBC chanels which have no adverts. The other chanels theoretically do not need the license though explaining that you only watch these chanels to the court probably wouldn't hold up too well. Now by law all sellers of TV's and digital set top boxes have to take your details on purchase -this I imagine is used to keep a better track on who has TV's and isn't paying their dues. On the flip side, now that television has gone full digital across the country, it's much easier to say you only watch dvd's or play on consoles if you have an older TV and digibox.
oops, i mean no digibox
Sometimes if you brought a TV, you would get a visit from the TV license people soon afterwards.
Then in about 1997, they decided to stop making you pay for a TV license when someone figured out that 50% of the fee was spend just on collecting the fee in the first place.
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