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CL:AIRE Materials Management Plan

If you need a material management plan we can write one for you. We cover al of the UK, but are well placed to serve the Southwest, including Bristol and London.

What is a CL:AIRE Materials Management Plan?

The CL:AIRE Materials Management Plan (MMP) is a document that is used to demonstrate that excavated materials can be reused without being classified as waste. It is a requirement of the CL:AIRE Definition of Waste Code of Practice, which is used in England and Wales.

The CL:AIRE MMP must include the following information:

Who Prepares a CL:AIRE Materials Management Plan?

The CL:AIRE MMP must be prepared by a qualified person and must be submitted to the Environment Agency before the materials can be reused.

The CL:AIRE MMP is a valuable tool that can help to reduce the amount of waste produced from construction projects. It can also help to save money and protect the environment.

Here are some of the benefits of using a CL:AIRE MMP:

If you are involved in a construction project in England or Wales, you should consider using a CL:AIRE MMP. It is a valuable tool that can help you to reduce waste, save money, and protect the environment.

What Information is Required in a Materials Management Plan?

Here are some of the things to consider when creating a CL:AIRE MMP:

You can find more information about the CL:AIRE Materials Management Plan on the CL:AIRE website.

Materials Management Plan - Scenarios

There are 4 scenarios cosidered in an MMP, number 2 being the most common.

  1. Reuse on the Site of Origin

  2. Direct Transfer of clean naturally occurring soil / mineral materials

  3. Cluster Project     

  4. Combination of any of the above

Materials Management Plan - Desktop Study

 You will be required to attach copies or relevant extracts from the Desktop Study that demonstrate that there is no suspicion of contamination.