On The Evaluation Of The Hazardous Properties Of The Waste

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376/2001 Sb.



DECREE



The Ministry of environment and the Ministry of health



of 17 May. October 2001



on the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste



502/2004: Sb.



Ministry of environment and the Ministry of health shall

pursuant to § 7 para. 10 and § 9 para. 6 of Act No. 185/2001 Coll., on waste and on the

amendments to certain other laws, (hereinafter referred to as the "Act"):



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree lays down the content of the request for grant credentials to the reviews

the hazardous properties of the waste and the content of the proposal on the extension of the

This mandate (hereinafter referred to as "the application for the granting of credentials"), the content of the training

for the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste, criteria, methods and procedure

reviews of the hazardous properties of the waste, the contents of the request for reviews

the hazardous properties of the waste and the content of the certificate on the exclusion of

the hazardous properties of the waste (hereinafter referred to as the "certificate").



§ 2



The content of the application for granting credentials and for entry in the list of authorised persons



(1) an application for the granting of credentials to the evaluation of the hazardous properties

wastes listed in annex 2 to the law under the designation codes H1 to H3, and

H12 to H14 serves a natural person or legal entity of the Ministry of

the environment (hereinafter referred to as "the Ministry"), an application for an

the credentials to evaluate the hazardous properties of the wastes listed in annex

2 to the law under the designation codes H4 to H12 serve natural persons or

legal persons of the Ministry of health (hereinafter referred to as "the applicants").



(2) an application for the granting of credentials includes:



and the business name or name), legal form and registered office, if the petitioner is

a legal person; first and last name, business name, domicile and the place of

the business, if different from the residence, where the applicant is a natural person,



(b) the identification number of the applicant) where it has been allocated, the



c) copy of the business license (e.g. trade certificate) or a copy of the

extract from the commercial register or a copy of the incorporation of the Charter, if the

the applicant legal person or natural person authorized to conduct business;

a copy of the birth certificate or other similar document, when the applicant is

a natural person,



d) enumeration of the hazardous properties, which the applicant wishes to assess, according to the

Annex No 2 to the Act



e) certified copies of documents proving the technical capacity of the applicant

for the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste pursuant to § 7 para. 6 and 7

the law.



§ 3



Training content for the evaluation of the hazardous properties of waste



Training content for the evaluation of the hazardous properties of waste are:



and the sampling of waste) policy, including its documentation,



(b)) legal provisions for the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste,



(c) the review procedure) the method and individual hazardous properties in the

accordance with section 6,



d) procedures for the selection of laboratories and professional workplaces for testing

samples of the waste, the requirements of the protocols on the results of the tests and their

the interpretation,



e) Marshal of waste according to waste catalogue



(f)) and content of the certificate and the communication on the evaluation of hazardous

the properties of the waste.



§ 4



Hazardous properties of the waste and the methods of evaluation of the hazardous properties

waste



(1) the definition of hazardous properties of the wastes and criteria on the

based on the hazardous characteristics of the waste to be treated, are

listed in annexes 1 and 2.



(2) the methods used for the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste,

are listed in annex 3.



§ 5



Collection of samples for the purpose of evaluating the hazardous properties of the waste



(1) prior to the collection of the samples must be processed by the sampling plan, the

the policies are listed in Appendix 4.



(2) sampling for the purposes of evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste

meets the desired requirements, was made the standard methods

the technical standards laid down in the "^ 1") so that was obtained

a representative sample of waste under consideration.



(3) sampling shall be drawn up, which, together with the

reports of studies done of the hazardous properties of the waste

Annex to the certificate referred to in section 8 of this order. The elements of the Protocol on

sampling of waste are listed in annex 5.



(4) sampling may be performed only a natural person who graduated from the

training for the evaluation of hazardous properties of the waste, the filling

approved by the Ministry or the Ministry of health under section 7 (2).

6 (a). (c)) or § 7 para. 7 (b). (c)) of the Act.



(5) the sample must be taken at least in volume, weight or

size needed to perform the tests specified in annex No. 3.



§ 6



The evaluation procedure of the hazardous properties of the waste



(1) the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste is carried out by comparing the

the criteria laid down for these properties in annexes 1 and 2, the

the actual characteristics of the investigational waste.



(2) the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste, it is possible to do so in accordance with

a reasoned written judgement, drawn up on the basis of authorised persons

the supporting documents submitted by the applicant.



(3) if the evaluation of the hazardous properties of waste listed in annex

2 to the law under the designation codes H1 to H3 and H12 to H14 cannot be performed

in accordance with paragraph 2, shall be carried out by comparing the values of indicators of dangerous

the properties listed in annex No. 1 with the results of the tests carried out

procedures according to the methods set out in annex 3.



(4) if the evaluation of the hazardous properties of waste listed in annex

2 to the law under the designation codes H4 to H8, H10 and H11 cannot be performed

in accordance with paragraph 2, shall be carried out on the basis of the content of chemical substances in the

waste contained according to the criteria listed in annex 2. Chemical

the substance contained in the waste is classified according to a special legal

^ 2) of the code.



(5) if the evaluation of the dangerous properties of waste listed in annex No. 2

to the law under the designation code H9 cannot be made pursuant to paragraph 2, be carried out

on the basis of vocational assessment of the technology of producing waste or

reviews of waste in terms of possible content of infectious agents. Reviews

micro-organism regarding pathogenicity is carried out according to current

knowledge. ^ 3)



(6) the tests referred to in paragraph 3 shall be carried out in laboratories and specialized

workplaces that have implemented quality system according to the technical standards

ČSN EN ISO/IEC 17025. Competence of the laboratory applies only to

namely, the method contained in annex certificate of professional competence

laboratory. ^ 4)



(7) test reports submitted by the applicant, the designated person may

recognize only in the event that the tests were carried out in the laboratories and

Professional workplaces, which fulfil the conditions referred to in paragraph 6, and

sampling was performed and documented in accordance with section 5.



(8) the assessment of waste shall take into account the possibility that, after the time of collection

sample of waste can lead to quantitative or qualitative change

the investigational waste. This fact must be taken into account in the documentation

confirming the result of the evaluation.



(9) the hazardous properties can be excluded only for waste arising in

under controlled procedures, which ensure their consistent quality.



§ 7



The contents of the application for the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste



(1) the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste is performed by the designated officer on

upon request of the originator or the beneficiary. The originator of the request, or

an authorized person on the evaluation of hazardous properties of the waste contains:



and the business name or name), legal form and registered office, if the petitioner is

a legal person; first and last name, business name, domicile and the place of

the business, if different from the residence, where the applicant is a natural person,



(b) the applicant's) identification number (if assigned)



(c) a copy of the document of permission) the applicant to the management of hazardous wastes

or to operate a device to the waste management,



(d) the classification of the waste according to the catalogue) of waste,



e) description of the creation (origin) of the waste (specifying traffic, equipment, technology

or the procedure by which the waste is generated, and raw materials that have been

used),



f) characteristics of the waste and the specification of the composition of the waste in terms of

chemical substances and information about possible contamination with infectious agents, which

in waste occur or the occurrence of which may be due to its origin

certain conditions to assume, including their properties, and classification,



(g) the quantity of waste produced) per unit of time.



(2) if they are not the supporting documents referred to in paragraph 1 of point of view reviews

the hazardous properties of the waste referred to in annex No. 1 pleasant,

the designated person on the applicant may require the submission of supporting documents,

as for example:



and) the Protocol on sampling of waste according to annex No 5 and plan its

sampling according to annex No 4,



(b)) the data on the mode of transport of samples for the purposes of testing hazardous

the properties of the waste,



c) test reports of the hazardous properties of the waste carried out with

in relation to the characteristics of the waste,



(d) additional data on the origin) or the generation of waste in terms of technology

the possible presence of pathogenic micro-organisms,



(e)) the Protocol on the effectiveness of the decontamination process.



§ 8



The issuance and content of the certificate



(1) the designated officer shall issue the certificate only in the event that the

According to paragraph 6 establishes that the waste does not have any of the hazardous characteristics.



(2) the certificate must always contain the result of the evaluation of all 14

the hazardous properties of waste as defined in annex No. 1 to be responsible


person, whether their evaluation was carried out on the basis of tests,

the supporting documents submitted by the applicant or the authorized person's judgment.



(3) the certificate shall include in particular:



and the business name or name), legal form and registered office (for legal persons)

or first and last name, business name, domicile and place of business

If different from place of residence (for natural persons), and the identification number

the applicant for the issue of certificates (if assigned)



(b) the business name or name), legal form and registered office (for legal persons)

or first and last name, business name, domicile and place of business

If different from place of residence (for natural persons), and telephone connection charge

the person or persons, if the authorized person appointed expert

the representative of as well as first and last name and phone number of the professional representative

authorised persons, which processed the certificate,



(c) the type and name) catalogue number considered waste according to the Catalog

waste,



(d)) (origin) of the description of the waste (specifying traffic devices, input

raw materials, technology, or the procedure by which the waste is generated), evaluation of the

process control waste due to the permanence of its quality,



e) sampling method, the evaluation procedure and the exclusion of the individual

dangerous properties, evaluation of the stability of the waste, and recommendations for

other waste management (the way its recovery or disposal),



(f)) result and rationale for the rating for each of the hazardous properties

waste,



g) times and conditions of validity of certificates,



h) frequency and method of subsequent checks on the characteristics of the waste, the conditions

affecting the stability of the technological processes and raw material inputs,



I) conclusion of the assessment,



j) the list of annexes,



to) release date, signature of all authorised persons, if the authorized person

designated representative, as well as professional representatives

people who have participated in its elaboration.



(4) the annexes to the certificates are always and copies of the documents on the basis of

the authorized person issuing Protocol on sampling protocols

tests carried out, evidence of the credentials of the person or persons that certificate

they have issued.



§ 9



Regulation (EEC)



Shall be repealed with the Ministry of environment Decree No. 339/1997 Coll.

reviews of the hazardous properties of the waste.



§ 10



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. January 1, 2002.



The Minister of the environment:



RNDr. Kužvart in r.



Minister of health:



Prof. MUDr. Fiser, CSc. v. r.



Č. 1



The hazardous properties of the waste definition and evaluation criteria

the hazardous properties of the waste



Waste shall be assessed as dangerous waste, if it is exceeded at least

one of the following criteria for the hazardous characteristics

waste:



H1



Explosive properties



This property should waste which can explode by external

thermal stimuli or are sensitive to impact or friction, or

they can cause reactions detonativního character or after the

ignition takes place fast explosive combustion.



As hazardous waste with the hazardous properties of the explosive shall be assessed

waste:



and which occurs when) the prescribed test on the action of external heat

incentives to tear steel pipes when using Aperture with a diameter of hole 6

mm or 2 mm, or



(b)) whose sensitivity to impact at least 40 J or is more sensitive to shock

than dry crystalline m-Dinitrobenzene, or



(c)) whose sensitivity to friction is at least 360 N or is more sensitive to the

friction than dry crystalline m-Dinitrobenzene, or



(d)) which occurs when a prescribed test on the effect of compression waves to

a complete tear of steel tubes or proportional to puncture the steel

the Board, or



(e)) where the prescribed test occurs when the pressure increase from 690 kPa to

2070 kPa for a period of less than 30 ms.



H2



The oxidizing ability of



This property, in accordance with the results of the tests prescribed in point 2 of the

Annex 3:



and solid waste), which may cause fire or enhance the risk of its

the creation, if you come into contact with combustible material (with the phrase R8).

Rating criteria: under the conditions of the test, the maximum burning rate

the test mixture of the same or higher in comparison with the maximum speed

the burning of the reference mixture cellulose and barium nitrate;



b) liquid waste evaluation criterion: under the terms of the test mixture

waste with cellulose (in a ratio of 1:1, in%) spontaneously ignites or

the average time of pressure increase this mixture in the test range from 690 kPa

to 2070 kPa will be smaller compared to the prescribed reference mixtures;



c) waste, which become explosive when mixed with combustible material

(the phrase, R9).



Rating criteria:



As for the properties H1;



d) waste-organic peroxides which are flammable, even though

not in contact with other combustible material (the phrase, R7). Criterion

Reviews: organic peroxides shall be assessed on the basis of their chemical

the structure of (R-O-O-H or R1-O-O-R2) if the tests prescribed in annex

# 3 show no evidence that they have explosive properties (H1) or that are so

diluted/inhibited, that no other hazardous properties do not have.



H3-And



High flammability



This property, in accordance with the results of the tests prescribed in annex

No 3 section 2 waste in the form of:



a) liquids with a flash point of 21 ° C, the < (the phrase, R11), which also applies

for liquids with a flash point 0 C < and boiling point or the beginning

boiling point = 35 St. < C (with the phrase R12). Rating criteria: Required

the value of the flash point, determined in test conditions in a closed

the Cup according to annex No 3 point 2;



(b)) of solids or liquids which ignite spontaneously in a separately

period of time after coming into contact with air at room temperature (approx. 20

° C) without external power supply (with a sentence of R17). (These wastes are

indicate whether or not as a pyrophoric). Rating criteria: under the conditions

spontaneous combustion occurs, the test in 5 min.;



c) gases (compressed or liquefied), which are flammable in air

at atmospheric pressure (with phrases R12). Criterion rating: Mixture

of the waste-gas with air in the barometric pressure and room

temperature (approx. 20 ° C) is explosive at concentrations from the bottom to the top

upper explosion limits;



(d)) of solid wastes, which can easily ignite a short-term contact with

the source of ignition and which after the removal of this source of flame continue to burn

or incandescence (the phrase, R11). Criterion rating: burning time or

grained, powder burn rate or pastovitého waste per

test conditions is < 45 mm/s or > 2.2 mm/s (in the same order)

waste from the dust of metals or metal alloys have burned down the entire sample period

10 min < =;



e) solids or liquids which in contact with water or water

moisture, evolve highly flammable gases in dangerous quantities (with the sentence

R15). The criterion of evaluation: test conditions For waste spontaneously

or the development of flammable gas is greater than 1 dm3 per 1 kg of waste per

1 h.



H3-B



Flammability



This dangerous property in accordance with the results of the tests referred to

in Appendix 3, point 2 wastes in the form of liquids with a flash point of > = 21

C and 55 St. < = C (the phrase, R10). The evaluation criterion: the prescribed

Flash point value determined for the test conditions in a closed

the crucible in accordance with Annex 2, point 2.



H4



Irritation



This property have wastes which contain irritant substances and preparations and

non-corrosive, and may, in short, the prolonged or repeated contact with the

the skin or mucosa cause the inflammation.



H5



Harmfulness to health



This property have wastes which contain harmful substances and preparations

health and may after inhalation, ingestion, or skin penetration to cause light

damage to health.



H6



Toxicity



This property have wastes which contain toxic substances or preparations

(including very toxic substances and preparations) and whose inhalation, ingestion

or skin penetration can lead to serious, acute or chronic

damage to health or even death.



H7



Carcinogenicity



This property have wastes which contain carcinogenic substances or

preparations and can after inhalation, ingestion, or skin penetration lead to

cancer or increase the frequency of the occurrence of cancer.



H8



Skin corrosion



This property have wastes which contain corrosive substances or preparations

and may, in short, prolonged or repeated contact with the skin or

mucous membrane, cause its damage.



H9



Infectivity



As hazardous waste with the hazardous properties of the infectivity is assessed

wastes that contain viable micro-organisms or their toxins

and other infectious agents, with sufficient virulence in concentration or

the quantities of which are known or reliably assumed to cause

diseases of humans or other living organisms.



H10



Teratogenicity (toxicity for reproduction)



This property have wastes which contain teratogenic substances or

(toxic to reproduction), which can after inhalation, ingestion

or skin penetration, cause or increase the incidence of, non-heritable

congenital malformations or functional damage.



H11



Germ cell mutagenicity



This property have wastes which contain mutagenic substances or

preparations and can after inhalation, ingestion, or skin penetration to invoke


the creation or increase the likelihood of the occurrence of the hereditary genetic defects.



H12



The ability to give off very toxic or toxic gases in contact with water

or acids



This property have a waste that release in contact with water, air

or with acids or with air more than 1 l/h 1.kg-1 high

toxic or toxic gas.



H13



The capacity to release into the environment of hazardous substances at or after

their removal



This property have wastes which may in any way be released

or lead at or after its removal to the formation of harmful substances

negatively affect the environment and human health.



As hazardous waste with the hazardous properties shall be assessed:



and) waste released into an aqueous extract of pollutant in quantities

exceeding the exposure limit values of concentration in the extract provided for in

table 6.1 of annex 6 and/or contains the selected pollutants in

quantities exceeding the limit concentration specified in table 6.2.

Annex 6,



b) waste which releases to any environmental

harmful substances in quantities exceeding the limits set by the specific

legislation. 5)



H14



Ecotoxicity



This dangerous property to wastes that are or may

represent acute or late danger for one or more components of

of the environment.



As hazardous waste are evaluated, the aqueous extract in

the acute toxicity tests referred to in point 7 of annex 3 for at least

one of the test organisms at a specified time of the test

waste on the test organism:



Poecilia reticulata) Brachydanio rerio or (time of exposure 96 hours)



b) Daphnia magna (48 times)



c) Raphidocelis subcapitata (Selenastrum capricornutum) or

Scenedesmus subspicatus (time 72 hours.)



d) seed Sinapis alba (72 hour time) the following values:

LC (EC, IC) = 10 ml 50 (hereinafter referred to as "%") of the total amount

waste (H6);



-one or more substances classified as toxic at a concentration of > = 3

% of total waste (H6);



-one or more substances classified as harmful in

concentration > = 25% of total waste (H5);



-one or more substances classified as corrosive to the phrase R35 in

concentration > = 1% of the total amount of waste (H8);



-one or more substances classified as corrosive with R34 in a sentence

concentration > = 5% of the total waste (H8);



-one or more substances classified as irritant with R41 in

concentration > = 10% of total waste (H4);



-one or more substances classified as irritant with R36, R37 phrases

or R38 in concentration > = 20% of total waste (H4);



-at least one substance classified as carcinogen category 1 or 2

at a concentration of 0.1% of > = total waste (H7);



-at least one substance classified as carcinogen category 3

concentration > = 1% of the total amount of waste (H7);



-at least one substance classified as toxic for reproduction

category 1 or 2 with the phrase R60 or R61 at a concentration of 0.5% of the > =

total waste (H10);



-at least one substance classified as toxic for reproduction

category 3 with sentences R62 or R63 at a concentration of > = 5% of the total

the amount of waste (H10);



-at least one substance classified as mutagenic category 1 or 2

the phrase R46 at a concentration of 0.1% of > = total waste (H11);



-at least one of the substances classified as mutagenic category 3 with the sentence

R40 at a concentration of > = 1% of total waste (H11).



Č. 3



Methods of evaluation of the hazardous properties of the waste



1.



For the evaluation of dangerous properties of H1 explosive shall be used:



and the test on the effect of) external thermal stimuli, susceptibility to

sensitivity to impact and friction method, as described in the specific legal

Regulation; ^ 6)



(b)) in the test, which determines the relative sensitivity to impact and

relative sensitivity to friction compared with the m-dinitrobenzenem, the methods on the

internationally recognized test facilities, for which it is shown that

by the results obtained are results obtained on test

the establishments listed in the special legislation; ^ 6)



(c)) in the test on the effect of compression waves method described in test 2

(a): UN gap test, referred to in the special legislation ^ 7) (Test with

a space by the United Nations, referred to in the recommendations for the transport of dangerous

goods, Manual of tests and criteria);



(d)) in the test for determining the speed of combustion after ignition

the method described in test 2 (c) (i): Time/pressure test, referred to in

special legal regulation ^ 7) (time/pressure test, referred to in

Recommendations for the transport of dangerous goods, Manual of tests and

the criteria);



e) test method for waste, which become explosive when mixed with

flammable materials, and for organic peroxides with a risk of detonation

or deflagration is listed in the special legislation; ^ 7)



f) test method for oxidizing liquids referred to in a particular legal

Regulation, ^ 7) Test 0.1: Test for oxidizing liquids (p. 342-348).



2.



For the evaluation of dangerous properties of H2 oxidizing ability, H3-and high

H3-B flammability and flammability shall apply the methods specified for testing

oxidizing ability and combustibility of chemical substances and preparations referred to

in the specific legislation. ^ 8)



3.



In the evaluation of the hazardous properties of the H4 to H8, H10 and H11, proceed

in the following way: chemicals that rated the waste contains,

shall be classified under special legislation. ^ 2) classification

chemical substances contained in the waste is done by determining the content of

(i.e. percentage by weight) of the chemical substances in the waste.

Detected by the content of dangerous substances shall be compared with the criteria listed in the

Annex No. 2.



4.



Evaluation of the dangerous properties of the infectivity is based on the professional judgement of the

technology, a description of the waste and the possible content of the infectious agent in the

the money waste. Infectious agents shall be assessed on the basis of the classification of

micro-organisms into classes of pathogenicity. Microbiological analyses of waste can

be part of the underlying materials. In the evaluation of dangerous

the properties of the infectivity is based on microbiological examination

especially in those cases when microbiological is carried out

decontamination of waste (process, chemical, biological or

physical treatment of waste). Microbiological examination is an indicator of

efficiency.



5.



For evaluation of the characteristics of the waste's ability to release toxic or H12

very toxic gases in contact with water, air or with acids,

the method proposed for determining the quantity released flammable

gases in contact with water under a special legal předpisu8) augmented by

a Variant using 1 mol/l hydrochloric acid.



6.



For the evaluation of dangerous properties of H13 ability to release dangerous

substances into the environment when you delete them, or after the

apply methods referred to in annexes 5 and 10 to the notice of the details of the

the management of waste.



7.



For the evaluation of the properties of the H14 ecotoxicity shall be used for tests of the method:

acute toxicity:



-ČSN EN ISO 6341 water quality-test of inhibition of mobility of Daphnia

Magna Straus (Cladocera, Crustacea)-acute toxicity test



-ČSN EN 28692 water quality-fresh water algal growth inhibition test

Scenedesmus subspicatus and Selenastrum capricornutum (ISO 8692; 1989)



-ČSN EN ISO 7346-2 water quality-determination of the acute lethal toxicity

Brachydanio rerio freshwater fish [Hamilton-Buchanan (Teleostei,

Cyprinidae)]-part 2: the Refresh method



-Root growth inhibition Test white mustard (Sinapsis alba). The methodological

instruction of the Ministry of the environment to determine the ecotoxicity of waste.



Č. 4



The principle of the processing of the sampling plan of waste



1. Name of the event (the reason for sampling)



2. Information about the object (the originator of pet waste; location, facilities,

where the waste is produced)



3. information on the vzorkovaném of waste (waste, how waste-

the emergence of technology, production processes, raw materials, research

information on the physical and chemical properties of the waste)



4. Determine the schema of sampling (sampling method), the number of

the sampled units, the number of incremental samples to be taken from the

sampling unit, determine where primary samples are to be removed



5. the weight or volume of the incremental sample



6. Type the type of the container, and samplers which are to be used for the collection of

and storage of samples



7. A description of the techniques for taking incremental samples



8. How to edit samples




9. the size of the laboratory (a pilot and an archive) sample



10. Measures to ensure the quality of sampling



11. the determination of responsibility for the progress of sampling and personnel security

a sampling of the



12. the choice of laboratory



13. protection of the health and safety at work policy



14. Material security of sampling (e.g. protective

AIDS, first aid kit, camera, business journal, the marking of containers,

the form of the Protocol on sampling)



Č. 5



Sampling record

Name of the event log number



Information about the sample:



The origin of the waste (description of waste production, determine the operation of the device,

technology or the procedure by which the waste is generated; as with waste

treated prior to collection-remained in the original state and the place where the

originated, has been moved, modified, etc.):



Type of waste (code and category of waste according to the waste catalogue):



Identification of the producer of the waste (trade name or name,

legal form and registered office, if the originator of the entity; the name of the

first and last name, business name, domicile and business address, if different

from the place of residence, if the originator of the natural person; identification number,

If it was allocated, and details for contact):



The reason for sampling:



Information on sampling:

-date and time:

-the address and description of the location of collection:

-name and surname of the person carrying out the subscription address,

phone, fax number:

-Weather:

-the name of the persons present, the number of your phone,

signatures:

-other:



Method of sampling:

-the sampling method (sampling with judgment, method randomization

sampling, systematic sampling, etc.)

-a description of the sampling devices and accessories when you subscribe:



Description of waste:

sensory assessment-appearance (eg. the color, consistency,

homogeneity)

-smell (the presence of volatile release

the folders)

-the quantity of the sample taken (e.g. mass, volume)

-How to modify the sample after sampling (e.g., stabilization, sorting)

-the quantities of waste, from which the sample was taken, and a description of how

its collection and storage.



For more details



Container (type, number, conclusion, marking, etc.):



Hazardous properties of waste anticipated

Means of transport and preservation of samples during transport of the sample to the

Lab:



The person responsible for the transport of the sample (first name, surname

and address of the place of stay):



Identification of the laboratories, which took over the pattern, including data

for contact:



The required laboratory:



Acknowledgement of receipt of the samples of laboratories and the date:



The protocol number of the analysis:



Č. 6



Table 6.1

The exposure limit values of concentration in the extract for the evaluation of dangerous

the property H13



+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Pointer | Unit | Limit value |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

|pH | |-5.5 13 |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Conductivity mS/m | | 2000 |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Phenol index | | 100.0 mg/l |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Total cyanides | 20.0 mg/l | |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Cyanide easily | | |

disposable | | | 10.0 mg/l |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| As |mg/l |5,0 |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Cd |mg/l |0,5 |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| CR total | 50.0 mg/l | |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Hg | mg/l | 0.05 |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| NI | 50.0 mg/l | |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| PB | 10.0 mg/l | |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Se |mg/l |5,0 |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+



Table 6.2



The exposure limit values for the content of selected pollutants in the dry state for

reviews hazardous property H13



+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| Pointer | Unit | Limit value |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+

| PCB | mg/kg dry weight | 8 |

+---------------------+-----------------+---------------+



Abbreviations used:

PCBS-polychlorinated biphenyls (sum congeners # 28, 52, 101,

138, 153, 180)



2) Government Regulation No. 25/1999 Coll. laying down the evaluation procedure

the hazards of chemicals and chemical products, the way they

classification and labelling, and the list still classified

dangerous chemical substances.



3) for example, the Government order No. 178/2001 Coll., laying down the conditions

occupational health from risks arising from the working conditions and

requirements for the working environment and workplace, the ACDP: Categorization of

biological agents according to hazard and categories of containment,

HSE Books 1995.



4) DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025.



6) Decree No. 316/1998 Coll. laying down the method for determining

explosion of chemical substances and chemical preparations.



7) Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Manual of Tests

and Criteria, Third revised edition, United nations, New York and

Geneva, 1999, communication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No. 159/1997 Coll.

adoption of amendments to Annex A-provisions concerning dangerous substances and

articles "and" Annex B-provisions concerning means of transport and the

the transport of "European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous

goods (ADR), adopted at Geneva on 30. September 1957, famous under the No.

64/1987 Coll., the ADR Agreement, annex A or on test methods for

dangerous property H1 (explosive).



8) Decree No. 85/1999 Coll. laying down the methods for the detection

flammability and oxidising properties of chemical substances and chemical

preparations.



The hazard of the waste according to the Criteria) Commission Decision replacing

Decision 94/3/EC establishing a list of wastes pursuant Article 1 (a)

of Concil Directive 75/442/EEC on Waste and Concil of Decision 94/904/EC

establishing a list of hazardous waste pursuant Article 1 (4) of

Concil Directive 91/689/EEC on hazardous waste 2000/532/EEC, Commission

Decision 2001/118/EEC.