We take care to protect the privacy of our clients and their associates.
This privacy notice is a public declaration of how NatWaste Limited applies the Data Protection Principles and Rights afforded to individuals by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to the personal data that we process. NatWaste Limited is committed to complying with the principles relating to the processing of personal data under GDPR.
Who is collecting information about me?
Trading name: NatWaste Limited, Suite 5, Ber-Mar House, Rumer Hill Business Estate, WS11 0ET
Company number: 228 2470 14
Registered office address: Suite 5, Ber-Mar House, Rumer Hill Business Estate, WS11 0ET
Point of Contact:
General Manager, NatWaste Limited, Suite 5, Ber-Mar House, Rumer Hill Business Estate, WS11 0ET
What is your legal basis for processing my information?
NatWaste process your data on the legal basis of Contractual Obligations.
What are the ” Contractual Obligations ” being pursued that allow you to process my information?
NatWaste act as a Data Controller of our Employee, Customer and Supplier data and as a Data Processer on behalf of our Customers’ in respect of their purchasing of waste management services.
A controller determines the purposes and means of processing personal data.
A processor is responsible for processing personal data on behalf of a controller. Further detailed definition of the controller and processor roles can be found on the ICO website:
The Contractual Obligations pursued by NatWaste are;
To offer waste management services and other relevant products to our Customers;
To provide a quote to potential Customers, at the request of said Customer;
To provide purchase orders for the requirement of services of our customers to our Suppliers
The data collected and processed is required to fulfil the contract between the Customer and NatWaste, and NatWaste and the Supplier. The information is made available to both parties.
We understand that our Customers and Suppliers would expect us to use their data in this way, and that doing so has a minimal privacy impact.
The method and frequency of communications to customers and suppliers does not impact vulnerable individuals.
Data collected is collected from the “Credit Application Form”, which is completed by the customer when their account is first opened with NatWaste. This doesn’t apply to none trade account customers, whose data is taken verbally when the request for a quote is made.
What information are you collecting about me?
We collect and store data for the purposes of providing a service thus fulfilling a contract to the Customer.
The categories of personal data that we collect, and process are:
Personal details: e.g. contact name, address, email, telephone number for your business;
Financial details: e.g. credit card details (none trade account customer), details of your business;
Employment details; e.g. Name, company address, email, and telephone number of your company directors and executive officers;
Personal details: e.g. contact name, address, email, and telephone number for your business;
Financial details: e.g. bank account;
Employment details; e.g. Name, company address, email, and telephone number of your company directors and executive officers;
Why are you collecting information about me?
By submitting your personal information via a trade application form, or over the telephone at the point of enquiry, you shall be consenting to it being processed in the manner described below by NatWaste.
To carry out our obligations arising from any agreements entered between you and us and to provide you with the information, products and services that you request from us; to provide you with information about other goods and services we offer that are like those that you have already purchased, enquired about or we feel may be of interest you; to communicate with you to gain feedback on our products or services in order to improve them; to notify you about changes to any of our services; to ensure that content from our site is presented in the most effective manner for you and for your computer. to administer our site and for internal operations, including troubleshooting, data analysis, testing, research, statistical and survey purposes; as part of our efforts to keep our site safe and secure; to measure or understand the effectiveness of advertising we serve to you and others, and to deliver relevant advertising to you;
Who might you share my information with?
We may share your personal information with any member of our group, the NatEco group.
We may share your information with selected third parties including:
Suppliers and sub-contractors for the performance of any agreement we enter with them or you.
Where might you transfer my information outside the UK?
Your personal data will not be transferred outside of the UK or the EEA.
What rights do I have?
You have the following Individual Rights. Should you have any enquiries about how we use your data or wish to action your rights please contact:
NatWaste Limited, Suite 5, Ber-Mar House, Rumer Hill Business Estate, WS11 0ET
The right to be informed
NatWaste provides fair processing information by way of this Privacy Notice.
The right of access
You have a right to obtain confirmation about how we are processing your personal data and what data we hold about you. You can view this by requesting a copy of it. Should you request a copy of your data, including your personal data, NatWaste will provide this within one month of the request unless there are exceptional reasons for not doing so.
The right of rectification
If any information held is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to have that information corrected or completed; if other parties have been passed the information, where possible we will inform them of the rectification undertaken. All individual customer data is available to the customer to rectify.
The right to erasure (also known as the “right to be forgotten”)
You have the right for your information to be erased. We will delete or remove your information on request if there is no compelling reason for us to keep it, such as for the on-going administration of your account with us.
The right to restrict processing
You have the right to “block” or suppress processing, this won’t affect the processing done so far, but will stop further processing. When processing is restricted, NatWaste are permitted to store your personal data, but not to process it further. The business can retain just enough information about you to ensure the restriction is respected in the future. For registered customers, exercising this right may prevent you from remaining a member of NatWaste e.g. where we are no longer able to process your data to perform our contractual obligations. Where account creation has not been completed, exercising this right would block us from processing your data for marketing purposes, and for completion of your registration.
The right to data portability
You have the right for your information to be provided in a machine-readable format to enable easy transfer between processors. This right is available to the personal data provided by you.
The right to object
You have the right to object at any time to processing based on contractual obligations of NatWaste when NatWaste act as Data Controller, or in the performance of a task in the public interest I exercising of official authority (such as a police investigation); direct marketing (including profiling), and processing for purposes of scientific I historical research and statistics.
Rights related to automated decision making and profiling
Where we use automated decision making that produces a legal effect, or similarly significant effect on you we will inform you how and when this will happen.
The right to complain
If you wish to discuss your personal data or lodge a concern about the way in which it is handled, please use any of the following details:
Suite 5, Ber-Mar House, Rumer Hill Business Estate, WS11 0ET
The right to complain to the Supervisory Authority
If you are unhappy with our response, you have the right to complain to the Supervisory Authority, the details of which are below:
Supervisory Authority: Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
Regulations & Compliance – https://www.natwaste.com/about-natwaste/regulations-legislation/
Duty of care
NatWaste are fully compliant with the Environmental protection Act 1990, Waste Management, Duty of Care, Code of Practice. http://www.defra.gov.uk/environment/waste/legislation
Highways Act 1980
Section 139 road traffic regulations act, 1984; sections 65 – Permission to place a builder’s skip on the highway
Your local council in exercise of their powers under Section 139 of the Highways Act 1980 and under Section 65 of the Road Traffic Regulations Act, 1984.
Each skip shall be deposited on the carriageway outside the premises and shall be positioned so that it does not impede the surface water drainage of the highway nor obstruct access to any manhole or the apparatus of any statutory undertaker or the local council.
Where more than one skip is on the highway at any one time, the skips shall be positioned as closely as possible to each other, but not so as to obstruct access to any premises unless the consent of the occupier of those premises has been obtained.
Each skip shall not exceed 5 metres in length by 2 metres in width.
Each skip or group of skips shall while on the highway be marked and lit in accordance with the following requirements:
The ends of each skip (that is to say, the sides of the skip facing traffic in both directions when the skip is positioned as mentioned in Condition 2 above) shall be painted yellow and marked in accordance with the requirements of The Builder’s Skips (Markings) Regulations 1984 (Statutory Instrument 1984 No. 1933).
The painting and the markings shall at all times be kept clean and efficient and clearly visible for a reasonable distance to persons using the highway on which the skip is placed.
Each skip shall be clearly and indelibly marked with the owners name and with his telephone number or address.
Each skip shall be guarded by at least 3 traffic cones placed on the carriageway in an oblique line on the approach side of the skip. Where 2 or more skips are deposited in a row, so that the distance between adjacent skips does not exceed 2 metres, the row shall be guarded as if it were one skip.
At night (that is to say, between half an hour after sunset and half an hour before sunrise), a danger lamp shall be placed against or attached to each corner of the skip or the end corners of the row of skips where two or more skips are deposited in a row and the distance between adjacent skips does not exceed 2 metres and shall also be placed between each cone and the next. Each lamp shall be of the nature as prescribed on paragraph 40 of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1981 (Statutory Instrument 1981 No. 859) and shall remain lit through the night.
No skip, when standing in the highway, shall contain any inflammable explosive, noxious or dangerous material or any material which is likely to putrefy or which otherwise is, or likely to become, a nuisance to users of the highway.
No skip shall be used in such a way that any of its contents fall on to the highway, or that there is an escape of dust from the contents of the skip when standing in the highway.
Each skip shall be removed for emptying as soon as practicable and in any case no later than 2 working days after it has been filled.
No skip shall remain on the highway pursuant to this permission after the period of this permission specified in paragraph 1 has expired.
All materials placed in each skip shall be properly disposed of and the highway where the skip or skips have been deposited shall be left in a clean and tidy condition on the expiration of this permission.
Take note that:
(a) Section 139(1) of the Highways Act, 1980 provides that a builders skip shall not be deposited on a highway without the permission of the highway authority of the highway. If a builder’s skip is so deposited without the permission of the highway authority, the owner of the skip shall be guilty of an offence and liable in respect thereof to a fine not exceeding £1000.
(b) Section 139(4) of the Highways Act 1980 requires the owner of a builders skip which has been deposited on a highway to secure that the skip is properly lighted during the hours of darkness, that it is clearly and indelibly marked with the owners name and with his telephone number or address, that the skip is removed as soon as practicable after it has been filled and that each of the conditions of the highway authority’s permission is properly complied with. If the owner of the skip fails to comply with the aforementioned conditions he should be guilty of an offence and on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding £1000.
(c) Section 139(10) of the Highways Act, 1980 provides that nothing in the Section shall be taken as authorising the creation of a nuisance or of a danger to users of a highway or as imposing on a highway authority by whom injury, damage or loss resulting from the presence on a highway of the skip to which the permission relates.
(d) Section 140 of the Highways Act, 1980 empowers a highway authority or a Police Officer to require the removal or repositioning or to remove or reposition a builders skip deposited on a highway, even though it was deposited in accordance with the highway authority’s permission and to recover from the owner the cost of such removal or repositioning, and to dispose of a skip which is not collected by its owner. Should an owner fail to comply with a request under Section 140 to remove or reposition a skip he shall be guilty of an offence and liable in respect thereof to a fine not exceeding £1000.
NatWaste commitment to our customers is that we will always look at gaining maximum recycling percentages for all waste products collected from your site. NatWaste operate and are fully compliant with the ESA Environmental Services Agency guidelines, waste transfer stations. For more details, see: http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/
Health & Safety
NatWaste are fully compliant with the HSE Health & Safety Executive Skip and container safety in waste management and recycling ‘good practice’ document.
This ‘good practice’ was written in consultation and with the support of the Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum (WISH). It does not aim to be comprehensive but gives examples of good practice within the industry. This guidance is for designers/ manufacturers, buyers, users and maintenance staff who work with skips and containers used with skip loader and hook loader vehicles. There are no national standards for skips and containers.