Posted the: 2016-01-27 Numac: 2016015010 Foreign Affairs, external trade and development COOPERATION FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE June 19, 2008. -Law approving the Convention on the collection, filing and the receipt of the waste arising from Rhine and inland navigation in Annexes 1 and 2, and in Appendices I, II, III, IV and V, made in Strasbourg on 9 September 1996. -Addendum (1) Resolution Backshell 2015-II-2 part A-maintenance of the amount of the fee for disposal of the oily and greasy wastes €7.50 the Conference of the Contracting Parties, recalling its resolution 2014-I-2 inviting the international Instance of Equalization and of Coordination (IFCI) to make additional financial analyses;
having regard to the Convention on collection, depositing and reception of waste arising from Rhine and inland navigation in particular articles 6 and section 3.03 of the regulation for the application of the Convention;
seen the IFCI November 9, 2015 proposal submitted pursuant to section 4.01 (1) of the regulation for the application of the above-mentioned Convention;
having regard to the report of IFCI November 9, 2015 on the management of the system of financing in accordance with article 6 of the Backshell and the proposal to maintain the amount of the fee to €7.50;
Decides to retain the amount of the fee elimination €7.50 for 1000 l of tax-free fuel.
Resolution Backshell 2015-II-3 part B-responsibility for the cleaning of boats amendment articles 7.04, 2 and 7.02 paragraph, paragraph 2 the Conference of the Contracting Parties, recognizing that the prevention of waste is a requirement important for reasons of environmental protection, convinced that the collection, filing, reception and the elimination of waste from vessels should be financed taking into account the principle of the polluter pays , whereas, in accordance with article 3 of the Convention on the collection, depositing and reception of waste generated during navigation on the Rhine and inland (Backshell), it is strictly prohibited discharge or drain parts of cargo in the way water annex 1stand that exceptions are permitted only in accordance with the implementing regulation whereas the implementing regulation reflects these principles for the cleaning of vessels and that clarification is necessary, with the intent to further simplify the application of the requirements for washing without modifying the rights and obligations of the parties, having regard to articles 14 and 19 of the Convention, adopted the amendments to articles 7.02 and 7.04.
The present resolution comes into force July 1, 2016.
Annex Backshell 2015-II-3) a redrafting of article 7.02, paragraph 2 the article7.02 paragraph 2 reads as follows: "(2) a standard of higher unloading or washing can be agreed in advance in writing. '' A copy of this agreement must be kept on board the vessel at least until that is completed the certificate of unloading after unloading and cleaning of the building. (' b) redrafting of article 7.04, paragraph 2 article 7.04, paragraph 2 reads as follows: "(2) the obligation to return hold or tank in washed condition is the responsibility of the consignee of the cargo in the case of a dry cargo and charterer in the case of a liquid cargo, if the building has transported goods whose cargo mixed with wash water residues cannot be dumped into the waterway by virtue of. unloading and depositing and reception requirements standards referred to Appendix III.
In addition, officials referred to in sentence 1 above - before must render a shim or cargo tank washed, if it was in a State washed before loading in accordance with the agreement referred to in article 7.02, paragraph 2. » _ Note (1) see Moniteur belge of 22 October 2009, March 9, 2010, August 3, 2010, September 27, 2010, December 13, 2011, November 21, 2012, 23 April 2014 and September 15, 2015.