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Stone Blasting, Crushing & Cutting (Site Construction Work)
If your business involves the following situations, you may need to apply for specific licence(s). Please put a √ in the appropriate box(es) for further information:
You will use any explosives in blasting during mining, quarrying or construction work.
You will manufacture bulk explosives at blast sites.
You will store explosives (including safety cartridges and manufactured fireworks).
You will use explosives for blasting in Hong Kong.
You will prepare charge for blasting or fire charge.
You will move or transport explosives, fireworks, safety cartridge or pyrotechnics on land.
You will use powered mechanical equipment (other than percussive piling) for construction between 7pm and 7am, or anytime on a holiday.
You will produce or cause chemical wastes to be produced (include storage, package, labelling and disposal).
You will, as a chemical waste producer, store chemical waste in any containers with a capacity exceeding 450 litres.
You will conduct any specified process listed in the Air Pollution Control Ordinance.
You will establish, operate private portable transceivers.
Your business entity will operate as a company with limited liability in Hong Kong.
Your company is incorporated outside Hong Kong and planning to establish a place of business in Hong Kong.
You will deliver the public fill to public fill reception facilities for dumping.
You will construct or operate a designated project listed in Part I of Schedule 2 or to decommission a designated project listed in Part II of Schedule 2 of Environmental Impact Assessment Ordinance (Cap. 499).
You will sell or lease a Non-road Mobile Machinery (NRMM), including regulated machines and non-road vehicles, for use in Hong Kong. / You will use or cause to be used a NRMM in a specified activity/location (including airport's restricted area, port facilities, construction sites and designated waste disposal facilities).
Last Review Date : 26 February 2016