Waste oil burners

HGV Direct Ltd operated a small waste oil burner regulated under section 1.1 of the Environmental Permitting Regulations at their premises in Middleton by Wirksworth.

This permit has now been surrendered.

Glovers Coaches Ltd operate a small waste oil burner regulated under section 1.1 of the Environmental Permitting Regulations at their premises on the Airfield Industrial Estate in Ashbourne.

The company operate a Firelake 245 Horizon (0.07 MW) waste oil burner, burning their own oil arisings.

DSF Refractories & Minerals Ltd operate two small waste oil burners, regulated under section 1.1 of the Environmental Permitting Regulations, at their premises in Newhaven.

The company operate a Davair WHO 250 burner of 0.073 MW net thermal input and a Davair GS 160 burner 0.046 MW net thermal input.

The company also operate a ceramic process and mineral drying and cooling process.

Steve Shenton operates a small waste oil burner regulated under section 1.1 of the Environmental Permitting Regulations at Shentons Garage in Ashbourne.

A Thermobile SB80 (0.088 MW) waste oil burner is operated at the garage, burning their own oil arisings.

Paul Tibbles operates a small waste oil burner regulated under section 1.1 of the Environmental Permitting Regulations at his premises in Preistcliffe.

A Kongskilde AT302 burner of 0.293MW net thermal input is operated in the vehicle repair workshop, burning their own oil arisings.