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Kiely Connect - Online Waste Management Platform - Kiely Bros

Recent changes in waste legislation have dictated that the transferors of waste, and also producers of waste, must ensure that every effort is made to minimise and prevent creation of unnecessary waste. This process is called applying the waste hierarchy.