The Waste Management Plan Of The Czech Republic For The Period 2015-2024

Original Language Title: Plán odpadového hospodářství ČR pro období 2015-2024

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352/2014 Sb.



GOVERNMENT REGULATION



of 22 March. December 2014



of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic for the period 2015-2024



The Government directs pursuant to § 42 para. 4 Act No. 185/2001 Coll., on waste and

on the amendment of certain other acts, as amended by Act No 188/2004 Coll. and

Act No. 154/2010 Coll. (hereinafter referred to as the "law of the wastes"):



§ 1



Is announced in accordance with the law of the European Union ^ 1) binding part of the plan

waste management of the Czech Republic for the period 2015-2024, referred to in

the annex to this regulation.



§ 2



Regulation (EEC)



Shall be repealed:



1. Government Regulation No. 197/2003 Coll., on waste management plan

Of the Czech Republic.



2. Government Regulation No. 474/2009 Coll., amending Decree-Law No.

197/2003 Coll. on the waste management plan of the Czech Republic.



3. Government Regulation No. 181/2013 Coll., amending Decree-Law No.

197/2003 Coll. on the waste management plan of the Czech Republic, as amended by

Government Regulation No. 474/2009 Sb.



§ 3



The effectiveness of the



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. January 2015.



Prime Minister:



Mgr. Sobotka in r.



The Minister of the environment:



Mgr. Vratislav Brabenec in r.



Annex



The mandatory part of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic for the period

2015-2024



1



The mandatory part of the



The mandatory part of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic is mandatory

the basis for the processing of plans of waste management regions and for

decision-making and other activities of the competent administrative authorities, counties and municipalities in the

the waste management.



Binding part reflects the strategy and set out development priorities

waste management for the next period.



Binding section contains the objectives, principles and measures that take into account

environmental policy of the Czech Republic, the European commitments of the Czech

States and the needs of the current waste management in the United

Republic. The mandatory part of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic,

It is based on the principle of respect for the waste treatment hierarchy.



1.1. the strategic objectives of the waste management of the Czech Republic for the period

2015-2024



1. Waste prevention and reduction of waste production unit.



2. Minimization of adverse effects of waste and waste management on the

human health and the environment.



3. The sustainable development of society and the move towards a European "recycling

the company ".



4. the maximum use of waste as a replacement of primary resources and transition

on the circular economy.



1.2 policy for the management of waste



In order to meet the strategic objectives of waste policy of the Czech Republic is

necessary to adopt a policy for the management of waste.



Policy:



and to prevent the generation of waste through) performing "Program

waste prevention "and other measures that support the restriction of

the generation of waste.



(b)) when you apply the waste hierarchy of waste management. With

dispose of waste in order: prevention, preparation for the recovery of

of use, recycling, other recovery (e.g. energy recovery) and the

the last spot removal (secure delete), in compliance with the

of all the requirements of the legislation, standards and rules to ensure the

protection of human health and the environment.



When applying the waste hierarchy support options

that represent the best overall result in terms of the

environment. Take into account the whole life-cycle of products and materials, and

focus on reducing the impact of waste on the environment.



(c)) to support ways of waste management, which use waste as a

the source materials which are being replaced by the primary natural raw materials.



(d)) to support the management of waste, which leads to an increase of

usability of waste.



(e) Promote preparation for) the reuse and recycling of waste.



(f)) to support the landfill or incinerated recyclable materials.



g) for specific waste streams, it is possible to admit a derogation from the

the set hierarchy of waste management, if it is justified by the

taking into account the total impact of the life cycle of this waste and the

dealing with him.



h) when applying the waste hierarchy to reflect the principle of

the precautionary principle and prevent the adverse impacts of waste management

on human health and the environment.



even) when applying the waste hierarchy to take into account the principle of

sustainability, including the technical feasibility and economic

sustainability.



j) when applying the waste hierarchy to ensure protection of

sources of raw materials, the environment, human health, taking into account the

Economic and social impacts.



to) the individual ways of waste management in the Czech Republic must

create a comprehensive whole, to guarantee the least possible negative impact on

the environment and high protection of human health.



1.3 the policy for the management of selected types of waste



1.3.1 Priority waste streams



Furthermore, the proposed objectives, principles and measures are based on the requirements of the European

legislation, in particular of the provisions of the framework directive on waste,

the packaging directive, the directives on end-of life products

(electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators, cars) and the directive on

landfills and correspond to valid waste management hierarchy. When

the determination of the principles, objectives and measures are taken into account the priorities of the waste

the economy of the United Kingdom with regard to its status and options.



1.3.1.1 municipal wastes



In order to meet the objectives of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2008/98/EC

the waste framework directive to fulfil these objectives.



Objectives:



and) by 2015 to introduce separate collection of at least for waste paper,

plastics, glass and metals.



(b)) by 2020, increased to at least 50% by weight of the total level of

preparing for re-use and the recycling of waste materials at least of

such as paper, plastic, metal, glass, coming from households, and, where appropriate,

wastes of different origin, if these waste streams are similar to waste from the

households.



Targets are based on the directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98/EC on the

waste.



How to monitor the objectives will be determined in accordance with the provisions

The European Union ^ 2).



Table 1: objective b) is proposed to the determination of successive values in the

the designated years.

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

| Year | Target |

|------+------|

| 2016 | 46% |

|------+------|

| 2018 | 48% |

|------+------|

| 2020 | 50% |

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



Policy:



and) retain, support and develop a separate commodity collection (paper,

plastic, glass, metal, beverage cartons) with regard to the objectives set for

the individual materials and the higher the quality of the harvested in this way

the waste.



(b)) maintaining and developing the availability of separate collection of usable waste

in the villages.



(c)) in the municipalities of compulsory (introduce) separate (sorted) collection

the recoverable components of municipal waste, at a minimum, paper, plastics, glass

and metals.



d) municipal waste collection system in the municipality establishes the municipality having regard to

the requirements and availability of technological processing of waste. The collection system

be laid down in a separate scope of a municipality generally binding Decree.



(e)), the scope and separate collection of components of municipal waste in the village

provides the municipality with regard to technical, environmental, economic, and

regional opportunities and conditions for the further processing of the waste, while

separate collection must be sufficient to ensure the objectives of the waste management Plan

economy for municipal wastes.



(f)) the municipality is obliged to respect the hierarchy of waste management, namely

particular priority to offer waste for recycling, then to another use

and only in the case that the waste cannot be used, pass them to the

the deletion. From the waste management hierarchy may be departed from only in the

justified cases, in accordance with the applicable legislation and the absence of

by a hazard or damage to the environment or human health

and proceed in accordance with waste management plans.



g) give priority to environmentally beneficial, economically and socially

viable municipal waste processing technology.



h) maintaining and developing participation and cooperation with producers of packaging and

other producers in accordance with the principle of "the polluter pays" and "extended

producer responsibility "to ensure the collection (the return) and the use of

the relevant components of municipal waste.



I) before changing the system of collection and disposal of municipal waste in the

a nationwide scale always perform a thorough analysis including

environmental, economic, and social aspects, and to submit it to the

General discussion of all relevant parties.



j) Adjustment of mixed municipal waste sorting can be promoted as

an additional adjustment technology of waste before their next material and

energy recovery. This adjustment does not replace the separate collection

the recoverable components of municipal waste.



Measures:



and to anchor the obligation and Legislated) conditions of separate collection

municipal waste in the municipalities.



(b)) to check to ensure separate collection Consistently usable folders

municipal waste, at least for paper, plastics, glass and metals.



c) Consistently monitor compliance with waste management hierarchy.




d) continuously evaluate municipal system for dealing with household waste.

waste management and its capacity and options to propose measures for its improvement.



e) Spool separated waste, obtained in the framework of separate collection in communities

as municipal wastes (packaging containing folder), that is, a group of 20

The catalogue of waste.



f) Legislatively define the conditions under which a derogation may occur

from the waste management hierarchy. These conditions should monitor

in particular, the protection of the environment and health, taking into account the total

the life cycle of waste and its impact on the environment, technical

feasibility, economic sustainability and possible social impacts.



(g)) at the level of the village once a year, inform citizens and other participants

municipal municipal waste management system on the ways and extent

separate collection of municipal waste, recovery and disposal of municipal

on the management of waste and other waste in the framework of the municipal system.

Also included are information on the possibilities of preventing and minimizing

the emergence of municipal waste. At least once a year publish

the quantified results of the waste management of the municipality.



h) continuously evaluate municipal waste management system on

the municipal and regional level.



1.3.1.1.1 mixed municipal waste



Mixed municipal waste is waste material classified according to waste catalogue under the code

200301 and for purposes of determining the objectives as to the residual waste after sorting

material usable ingredients dangerous ingredients and biologically

biodegradable waste, which will be used on a priority basis.



Meet:



Objective:



Mixed municipal waste (after sorting material usable components,

dangerous ingredients and biodegradable waste) in particular

energy use in facilities intended for that purpose in accordance with applicable

legislation.



Policy:



and Significantly reduce the landfill) mixed municipal waste.



(b)) to reduce the production of mixed municipal waste by introducing or

an extension of the separate collection of usable components of municipal waste,

including the biodegradable waste.



Measures:



and) define the possibilities and conditions of legislative energy recovery

mixed municipal waste, especially in relation to the framework directive on

waste and energy efficiency of equipment and laid down with regard to the

air protection.



(b) the fee for a keep) landfill usable municipal

the waste so that the amount of landfill waste of competitors,

that will be from 2024 prohibited landfilling of both, in accordance with the hierarchy of

waste management, including mixed municipal waste, and even with

as regards adapting waste management external conditions such as

are European Union legislation, the application of new technologies,

the competitive environment and the like, while maintaining a high degree of

diversification and market principles with a balanced level of costs for the originator

waste and having regard to the social carrying capacity for citizens.



(c)) mixed municipal waste include waste management, which are regarded

the prohibition on landfilling, by 2024.



(d) Promote effective matching building) the infrastructure necessary to

ensure and increase energy recovery of waste (in particular, the mixed

municipal waste).



(e) an adequate degree of energy) benefit from mixed municipal waste in the

devices for energy recovery of waste without his previous edit,

or after editing it to subsequent incineration/co-incineration in compliance with

the applicable legislation.



f) continuously evaluate the management system with mixed municipal waste

at the municipal and regional level.



1.3.1.2 Trade waste



In order to economically balanced management of municipal waste in the

municipalities and in order to ensure compliance, in particular the European framework

the waste framework directive for the separate collection of at least waste from paper, plastics,

glass and metal and recycling targets, to take the waste framework directive and the

observe:



Policy:



and Provide commercial waste originators), i.e. legal persons

and natural persons entitled to the business, whose products include municipal waste

on the territory of the municipality (business owners, operators of non-industrial production sphere,

Administration, services and trade) the possibility of connecting to the system

management of municipal waste in the municipality if the municipality has established system

management of municipal waste, including commercial waste.



(b)) in the municipalities to establish in the framework of the municipal waste management system

also, the municipal waste management system that produce legal

persons and physical persons entitled to the business involved in the municipal

municipal waste management system. Establish the method of collecting

the various types of waste, at least, however, the separate collection of paper, plastic,

glass, metal, biodegradable waste and mixed municipal

waste that produce legal entities and physical persons entitled to

business involved in the municipal household waste management system.



(c) charge fees for conducting business involvement) of legal entities and natural persons

authorized to do business in the municipal household waste management system

waste.



(d)) in the handling of municipal waste from the participating legal entities and the

natural persons authorised to apply the principles of business management

with municipal waste in accordance with the hierarchy for waste management.



(e)) to enable the municipalities to participate in its management systems by local authority

management of the legal person and the natural person entitled to conduct business according to the

options and the capacity of the system.



Measures:



and to anchor the Legislated) legal persons or

natural persons authorized to conduct business in the municipal waste management systems

municipal wastes.



(b)) continuously evaluate system of the municipality for the management of municipal wastes

in connection with the possibility to engage in municipal management system

municipal waste is a legal person and the natural person entitled to

business with municipal wastes they produce.



(c)) at the commune level to allow the setting of criteria for example, maximum limit

production of municipal waste, in compliance with which will be able to

legal persons and natural persons authorized to engage in business

municipal municipal waste management system in the village with the household garbage.

the waste they produce.



d) continuously evaluate the criteria referred to in (c) above) and edit them

under the current conditions in the village.



e) Extend the supervisory jurisdiction of municipalities, especially about sanctions against the legal

persons and natural persons illegally using the municipal system

the management of communal waste.



f) Legislatively enable collaboration of municipalities with the Trades Licensing Office with

view to improving control of legal entities and natural persons

authorized to do business in the territory of the municipality of doing business.



(g) the obligation to Simplify record keeping) of waste legal persons and

natural persons authorized to conduct business involved in municipal

municipal waste management system.



(h)) at the commune level in an appropriate form to inform at least once a year

legal persons and natural persons authorized to conduct business and participants

municipal municipal waste management system on the ways and extent

the separate collection of waste and waste management.



1.3.1.3 biodegradable waste and biodegradable

municipal wastes



In order to meet the objectives of Council Directive 1999/31/EC on the landfill of waste

reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste going

to the landfill and achieve:



Objective:



To reduce the maximum amount of biodegradable municipal waste

going into landfill so that share this folder in 2020

most 35% by weight of the total quantity of biologically

of biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1995.



Policy:



and in the municipalities of compulsorily establish) the system of separate collection of biodegradable

decomposable waste and waste management, at least for the biological

biodegradable waste of vegetable origin.



(b)) to support and develop a system of collecting biodegradable

municipal waste.



(c) the maximum use of the Support) of biodegradable waste and the

the products of their processing.



(d)) to support the construction and development of the infrastructure necessary to ensure the

the use of biodegradable waste.



Measures for the management of biodegradable municipal wastes and

other biodegradable wastes:



and Legislatively define) in this area.



(b)) for each group of biodegradable waste to provide for

their characteristics and requirements for the collection and management of them.



(c) the obligation of municipalities) Legislatively to anchor generally binding

by a decree of the municipality collection system, separate collection and treatment

biodegradable waste on the territory of the municipality for at least

biodegradable waste is of vegetable origin, on the obligation of municipalities

specify the location where can individuals and agents of the connection to the system of the municipality

biodegradable waste separately put off, at least biologically

biodegradable waste of vegetable origin.



(d)) the obligation of individuals to enshrine Legislatively and agents connected

on the system of the municipality, biodegradable waste separately collected,


sort and forward to use according to the system laid down in the municipality, if the

waste themselves fail to use in accordance with the law on waste.



(e) the obligation of municipalities) Legislatively to anchor generally binding

by Decree of the municipality collection system and separate collection of paper, and

the obligation of municipalities to determine the places of the natural person and the originators of the connection

on the system of the municipality of eject paper that are produced as waste.



(f)) provide for an obligation of legislative, natural persons and agents connected

on the system of the municipality, the paper separately collect, collate and transmit to the

use in accordance with the system provided for municipalities when the waste themselves fail to use in

According to the law on waste.



(g)), the system will be based on the technical possibilities and usage patterns

biodegradable waste in the village in the wake of the waste

municipal waste in the region. While the mechanical-biological treatment and

energy use biodegradable ingredients contained in mixed

do not replace the obligation of the municipality of household waste to establish a system of separate

collection of biodegradable waste and their subsequent use.



h) Consistently check to ensure the separate collection of biodegradable

decomposable waste.



I) at the commune level to inform citizens annually and other participants

municipal municipal waste management system on the ways and extent

separate collection of biodegradable waste and the waste management.

Also included are information on the possibilities of preventing and minimizing

the formation of biodegradable waste. At least once a year

publish the results quantified waste management community.



(j) Promote awareness raising and technically) campaigns, home, community and

municipal composting of biodegradable waste for natural persons.

Home support program, community and municipal composting and its

the fulfilment, in cooperation with the municipalities, it is recommended to incorporate into the regional

waste management plans.



to encourage the construction of facilities for) aerobic degradation, anaerobic degradation,

energy recovery and preparation for energy recovery is biologically

decomposable waste. Create an adequate network of these devices in the

regions for waste separately collected bio

degradable wastes from communities and from other producers, including sludge from

wastewater treatment plants.



l) lay down minimum requirements for the processing of

biodegradable waste, and on the properties of the output products

in order to achieve the high usage of the products and the fulfilment of all claims on the

protection of human health and the environment.



m) to support the use of composts produced from biodegradable

municipal waste, that is, biological wastes obtained from a separate

collection of biodegradable municipal waste, to application to soil.

Create the conditions for the disposal of the output products from processing separately

collected biodegradable waste, compost and

digestate, mainly for use in agricultural production, and also in the municipalities.



n) in cooperation with the Ministry of agriculture to encourage farmers to

partial refund of industrial fertilizers fertilizers produced from waste, which

meet the qualitative requirements for common fertilizers.



o) allow and promote energy Legislation the use of biologically

decomposable waste included in mixed municipal waste that is

in General, with regard to the heterogeneity of the material and the concentration risk

substances and elements unsuitable for direct composting, processing in

biogas stations or other biological processing methods.



Promote the construction of devices p) for energy recovery of mixed

municipal waste.



q) promote energy use of mixed municipal waste in the

devices for energy recovery of waste without his previous edit,

or after editing it to subsequent incineration/co-incineration in compliance with

the applicable legislation.



r) Consistently control the operation of processing equipment and the use of

biodegradable waste landfill operated in the area

in order to avoid tipping of such waste, which is prohibited on

the landfill.



with Consistently check) the management of waste from dining options and

management of animal by-products in accordance with regulation

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) no 1069/2009.



t) Legislatively allow use in agricultural biogas stations

biodegradable waste is similar to purposefully grown biomass

(for example, grass cutting and so on).



u) continuously evaluate the management system with biodegradable

waste at the regional level.



in the Edit fee) will keep the landfilling of municipal waste,

to its competitors the landfill of recyclable and above

usable types of waste in accordance with the hierarchy of waste management,

including those that contain biodegradable ingredients, even with

as regards adapting waste management external conditions such as

are European Union legislation, the application of new technology,

the competitive environment and the like, while maintaining a high degree of

diversification and market principles with a balanced level of costs for the originator

waste and citizens.



w) Legislatively establish since the ban on landfilling mixed 2024

municipal waste, recyclable and recoverable waste.



x) ensure high-quality data base on the production of biologically

decomposable waste and waste management, including information about the devices to

processing of biodegradable waste.



y) for the agricultural waste ^ 3) ^ 4) supporting their process

technologies such as anaerobic degradation (digestion, fermentation),

aerobic decomposition (composting) or other biological methods.



from the Legislatively establish parameters for) the outputs from the device

processing biowaste, which will be used in the environment.



1.3.1.4 construction and demolition wastes



In order to meet the recycling targets of the European framework directive on

waste and the approximation to ' recycling society ' to secure:



Objective:



By 2020, at least at the rate of 70% by weight of the training

reuse and recycling rate of construction and demolition waste and

other species of their material recovery, including backfilling operations, in which

the materials are provided in accordance with the applicable legislation and

demolition waste other categories except in the wild

naturally occurring materials in the waste catalogue ^ 5) under the catalog

number 17 05 04 (soil and rock).



The target is based on a European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98/EC on the

waste.



Policy:



and Regulate the creation of) construction and demolition waste and waste management with

regard to the protection of human health and the environment.



(b)) to maximise the use of the modified construction and demolition wastes and recycled materials

from construction and demolition waste.



Measures:



and) the conditions for the management of the Legislative creation of construction and

demolition waste and for waste management and thereby minimize

hazardous ingredients and properties, preferably secure use of

construction and demolition waste and recycling and to ensure a high

the quality of the subsequent material.



(b)) to follow the legislation of the European Union in the field of the "end of waste", and

If it is not processed by the competent legislative document at the level of

The European Union, then to draw up a document setting out exactly the transition

recycled construction and demolition waste to the product.



c) anchor standards for the quality of legislative, recycled materials from construction and

demolition waste.



(d)) to ensure that the mandatory use of recycled materials that meet the required construction

standards, as a substitute for natural resources, in the framework of construction activities

financed from public sources, if it is technically and economically

possible.



Avoid the use of raw e), construction and demolition waste,

the exception of excavation of soils and hlušin without the hazardous properties.



f) simplify the rules for the use of modified building and

demolition waste and recycling of such waste on the ground surface when

maintaining a high level of protection of the environment and human health.



g) define the scope of legislative, types of construction and demolition waste

suitable for use on the surface of the ground.



(h) to draw up a document for) the management of waste, which in the future in

the commodity will be building waste-plastic Windows, insulating

materials of insulation of buildings, and so on with a view to their maximum

usage.



1.3.1.5 hazardous waste



In order to minimize the adverse effects of hazardous wastes and

waste management on human health and the environment to secure:



Objectives:



and Reduce unit production) of hazardous waste.



(b) Increase the proportion of material recovered) of hazardous waste.



c) minimise the negative effects in the management of hazardous wastes

on human health and the environment.



(d)) to remove the old burden where there are hazardous wastes.



Policy:



and Promote the manufacture of products), in order to limit the formation of non-recoverable

hazardous waste and therefore reduced risk with regard to the protection of the health

people and the environment.



(b)) to dispose of hazardous wastes in accordance with the hierarchy of waste management

waste.




(c)) to support the technology on the recycling and recovery of hazardous wastes and

technology on the reduction of hazardous properties of the waste.



d) Consistently to check whether waste which editing has ceased to be dangerous

properties, actually these properties does not.



(e)) do not use the hazardous waste and hazardous waste that has ceased to be

waste on the ground surface.



(f)) to tighten the conditions of use of hazardous wastes such as technological

material to the technical security of the landfill.



g) reduce the amount of hazardous waste in mixed household waste.



Measures:



and) continuously evaluate the hazardous waste management system on

regional level.



(b) to motivate the public to) separate collection of hazardous ingredients

municipal waste.



(c)), in cooperation with the competent authorities to carry out effective awareness about the impact of

the hazardous properties of waste on human health and the environment

including the development of methodologies.



(d) if necessary) to increase the number of devices on the use of hazardous

waste and waste treatment facility to the reduction and removal of

the hazardous properties.



e) establish a system of support for the construction of new, innovative technologies and

modernisation of existing technologies for the use and modification of dangerous

the waste.



(f)) in cooperation with the Ministry of trade and industry to establish a system

support of innovative manufacturing technologies aimed at reducing

the amount of hazardous waste generated and waste performance

technological processes.



(g) to promote the safe disposal of old).



h) Revise and adjust the charge for landfilling of hazardous waste on the

the appropriate level with regard to the real economic status of waste management

economy.



I) Consistently control the quantities of hazardous waste used as

technological material for technical security of landfills.



j) Legislatively to lay down stricter conditions for granting authorisations to

reviews of the hazardous properties of waste-the test of professional knowledge.



k) Legislatively lay down requirements for laboratory samples

hazardous wastes intended for testing to demonstrate the properties of the waste.



1.3.1.6 Products-of-life take-back mode



Be based on the responsibility of the manufacturer of the selected products, in accordance with the principle of

the polluter pays principle involving financial responsibility for waste

product end-of life, ensuring the return of products and

environmentally sound management of waste from products, in accordance with the

the law of the European Union.



To meet the objectives and requirements of the relevant directives on products with

end-of life and for the approach the United States ' recycling

the company ", with a view to improving the management of the following groups

waste and minimizing their adverse effects on human health and

the environment, accept the objectives and measures for the following groups

products at the end of their service life.



1.3.1.6.1 packaging and packaging waste



In order to meet the recycling targets of the directive of the European Parliament and

2008/98/EC on waste and recycling and recovery objectives

laid down in European Parliament and Council Directive 94/62/EC on packaging and

packaging waste secure and achieve:



Objectives:



and increase the overall recycling of containers) to the level of 70% by 2020.



(b) the total usage) to increase the waste at the level of 80% by 2020.



c) increase recycling of plastic packaging to a level of 50% by 2020.



(d) recycling of metal packaging) raise to the level of 55% by 2020.



(e) 55% of the total) to reach the sales packaging intended usage

consumers by 2020.



(f)) to reach 50% recycling sales packaging intended for the consumer to

by the year 2020.



To achieve the objectives referred to in the table no. 2.



Table 2: targets for recycling and recovery of packaging waste.



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

| Indicator: |

| |

| Recycling-the amount of recovered waste material as a function of |

total amount of disposable | to packaging that have been placed on the market and the amount of |

waste arising from the ' | ' reusable packaging. |

| |

| The total usage-the amount of total utilised waste, per |

total amount of disposable | to packaging that have been placed on the market, and |

the quantity of waste generated by the ' | ' reusable packaging. Recycling |

to the extent the use involves | as one of its forms. |

| |

| Recycling sales packaging intended for the consumer-the quantity of material |

of packaging waste recovered | acquired the collection from consumers (households), |

relative to the amount of disposable | sales packages, which were placed on |

| or market after deduction of industrial packaging. |

| |

| The total usage of sales packaging intended for the consumer-the amount of overall |

of packaging waste recovered | acquired the collection from consumers (households), |

relative to the amount of disposable | sales packages, which were placed on |

| or market after deduction of industrial packaging. |

| |

| And: recycling (B): the total usage |

|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | in | and | and | and | and | and |

| | 31. 12.31. 12.31. 12.31. 12.31. 12.31. 12. |

| | | | | | | |

| Packaging waste | 2015 2016 2017 | | | 2018 2019 2020 | | |

| |---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------|

| | And | (B) | And | (B) | And | (B) | And | (B) | And | (B) | And | (B) |

| |----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----|

| |% |% |% |% |% |% |% |% |% |% |% |% |

|---------------+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----|

| Paper | | | | | | | | | | | | |

cardboard 75 | and | | | 75 | | 75 | | 75 | | 75 | | 75 | |

| | | | | | | | | | | | | |

| | | | | | | | | | | | | |

|---------------+----| |----| |----| |----| |----| |----+----|

| Glass | 75 | | 75 | | 75 | | 75 | | 75 | | 75 | |

|---------------+----| |----| |----| |----| |----| |----| |

| Plastic | 40 | | 45 | | 45 | | 45 | | 45 | | 50 | |

|---------------+----| |----| |----| |----| |----| |----| |

| Metal | 55 | | 55 | | 55 | | 55 | | 55 | | 55 | |

|---------------+----| |----| |----| |----| |----| |----| |

| Wooden | 15 | | 15 | | 15 | | 15 | | 15 | | 15 | |

|---------------+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----|

| Sales | | | | | | | | | | | | |

| | 40 designated | 40 45 45 | | | | | 46 49 44 | 48 53 51 | | | 50 | 55 |

|-consumer | | | | | | | | | | | | |

|---------------+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----+----|

| A total of 60 65 | | | | 65 60 65 70 | | | | | 65 65 70 70 70 | | | 80 |

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



Measures:



and to maintain and develop existing) an integrated system of classification of municipal

waste, including their packing folders and support further development of this

the system.



(b)) Legislatively to anchor the terms of separate collection.



(c)) to support the management of packaging waste according to the waste hierarchy

waste.



d) Legislatively to anchor new targets for recycling and recovery of packaging

waste by 2020 and establish separate recycling and recovery targets for

sales packaging intended for consumers (see table 2).



(e) check ensure Consistently) separate collection in the municipalities for

recoverable components of municipal waste, a minimum of commodities: paper, plastic,

glass and metals.



(f)) to keep the participation of producers and importers of packaging in accordance with the principle of

the "polluter pays principle" and the "extended producer responsibility" to ensure the

the collection (the return) and the use of packaging components of municipal waste.



g) Consistently monitor compliance with waste management hierarchy.



h) continuously evaluate the management of packaging within the system of the municipality to

management of municipal wastes, the capacity of the system and design

measures for its improvement.



I) continuously evaluate municipal waste management system on

regional level.



Having regard to the framework directive on waste, which sets for the year 2020

recycling targets for certain waste from households, shall

set recycling targets for consumer packaging, IE. packaging, which

waste is a significant extent become part of municipal waste.



Principles of the take-back and recovery of packaging waste are based on

the law on packaging and certificate of authorization of an authorized packaging

the company issued within the meaning of this Act.



1.3.1.6.2 waste electrical and electronic equipment



In order to meet the objectives of the new directive of the European Parliament and of the Council No.

2012/19/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment

secure and achieve:



Objectives:



and to achieve a high level) of separate collection of waste electrical and

electronic equipment.



Until 31 December 2006. December 2015 to reach the level of separate collection of waste


electrical and electronic equipment per citizen per calendar

year in the value listed in table 3.



In the years 2016-2021 to reach minimum levels of collection of waste

electrical and electronic equipment listed in table 4.



Table 3: indicator and target for the separate collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment (kg/km2/year).



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

| Indicator: |

| |

| Specific weight of all waste electrical and electronic equipment |

| separate collection on one of the captured citizen per calendar year |

| (kg/km2/year). |

|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | The separate collection |

|---------------------------------------+--------------------------------|

| Target to 31. December 2015 | > 5.5 kg/km2/year |

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



Table 4: indicator and target for the separate collection of waste electrical and

electronic equipment (%).



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

| Indicator: |

| |

| The minimum level of separate collection of waste electrical and |

| electronic equipment, defined as the percentage by weight |

| the amount of waste electrical and electronic equipment collected |

| separate collection in a given calendar year the average annual weight |

| electrical and electronic equipment put on the market in the Czech Republic |

| in the previous three calendar years (%). |

|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | The separate collection |

|----------------------------------------+-------------------------------|

| The target for the year 2016 (to 14 August 2016) | > 40 % |

|----------------------------------------+-------------------------------|

| The target for the year 2017 | > 45 % |

|----------------------------------------+-------------------------------|

| The target for the year 2018 | > 50 % |

|----------------------------------------+-------------------------------|

| The target for the year 2019 | > 55 % |

|----------------------------------------+-------------------------------|

| The target for 2020 | > 60 % |

|----------------------------------------+-------------------------------|

| The target for the year 2021 (to 14 August 2021) | 65% (85% of the produced) |

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



According to Regulation 2012/19/EU until 31 December 2004. December 2015 shall apply level

separate collection of at least four kilograms on average waste electrical

and electronic equipment from private households per person per year, or the same

the level of the weight of the waste electrical and electronic equipment from

households, which were collected in average in the past three years,

Depending on which of these values is greater, except that it has to be ensured,

the gradual increase in the take-back in comparison with the State.



According to the directive, change the reference from 2016, with indicator

rate will not only collected the amount of waste electrical and

electronic equipment from private households, but the collection of all waste

electrical and electronic equipment. In determining the objectives of the plan

waste management in the Czech Republic is a lot of value for

that was for the Czech Republic applied derogations.



(b)) to ensure a high utilization, recycling and preparation to re-

the use of electronic waste.



In the years 2015-2018 to achieve the desired% recovery, recycling and

preparing for re-use of the total weight of the processed

electronic waste on collected waste electrical and electronic

devices see table 5.



From 2018 to reach the desired level (%) recovery, recycling and

preparing for re-use on the total weight of the processed

electronic waste (collected waste electrical and electronic

device) see table 6.



Table 5: Indicators and targets for recovery, recycling and preparation for

reuse, relative to the total weight of the processed

electronic waste and the collected waste electrical and electronic

the device (%).

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

| Indicator: |

| |

| The percentage of weight of the output fractions from processing |

| electronic waste passed for use on the total weight of the processed |

| electronic waste (all collected waste electrical and electronic |

| the device (%). |

| |

| The percentage of weight of the output fractions from processing |

| electronic waste passed to prepare for reuse and recycling at |

| the total weight of the treated waste Eee (all captured |

| waste electrical and electronic equipment (%). |

|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | Goals to 14. August 2015 | Goals from 15. August 2015 |

| | | 14. August 2018 |

| |--------------------------+------------------------|

| | | And recycling | | And recycling |

| | Recovery | Re | Recovery | preparation |

| | | use | | again |

| | | | | use |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 1. Large household | 80% | 75 % | 85% | 80 % |

| appliances | | | | |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 2. Small Home | 70% | 50 % | 75% | 55 % |

| appliances | | | | |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 3. IT equipment + | | | | |

| telecommunications | 75% | 65 % | 80% | 70 % |

| equipment | | | | |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 4. Consumer | 75% | 65 % | 80% | 70 % |

| equipment | | | | |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 5. Lighting | 70% | 50 % | 75% | 55 % |

| equipment | | | | |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 5a. lamps | | 80 %* | | 80 %* |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 6. Tools | 70% | 50 % | 75% | 55 % |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 7. toys and sport | 70% | 50 % | 75% | 55 % |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 8. medical | 70% | 50 % | 75% | 55 % |

| Tools | | | | |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 9. apparatus for | | | | |

| monitoring | 70% | 50 % | 75% | 55 % |

| and control | | | | |

|--------------------+-----------+--------------+---------+--------------|

| 10. Picking | 80% | 75 % | 85% | 80 % |

| slot machines | | | | |

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



Table 6: Indicators and targets for recovery, recycling and preparation for

reuse, relative to the total weight of the processed

electronic waste and the collected waste electrical and electronic

the device (%).



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

| | Goals from 15. August 2018 ** |

| |--------------------------------|

| | Recovery | Recycling and preparation |

| | | to reuse |

|---------------------------------------+---------+----------------------|

| 1. heat exchange | 85% | 80 % |

|---------------------------------------+---------+----------------------|

| 2. Screen, monitors and equipment | | |

| containing the screen bigger | 80% | 70 % |

| than 100 cm2 | | |

|---------------------------------------+---------+----------------------|

| 3. Light sources | | 80 %* |

|---------------------------------------+---------+----------------------|

| 4. large equipment | 85% | 80 % |

|---------------------------------------+---------+----------------------|

| 5. Small device | 75% | 55 % |

|---------------------------------------+---------+----------------------|

| 6. Small device information | | |

| technology and telecommunication | 75% | 55 % |

| device (no external dimension is not | | |

| greater than 50 cm) | | |

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



(in the case of discharge lamps recycling only)





The new directive provides for the calculation of the indicators for monitoring the use of

waste electrical and electronic equipment and elektroodpadů. This indicator is calculated

as the proportion of the weight of the waste electrical and electronic equipment in each group, who, after

selective processing electronic waste properly enters the device to

or recovery, including recycling, re-use, and the total

the weight of the removed and separately collected WEEE

waste electrical and electronic equipment in each group, expressed as a percentage.



The minimum value of the recovery, recycling and reuse by 2015

building on the existing minimum values according to the Directive 2002/96/EC and from the

the year 2015 is the minimum value for the use of and material usage increases

about 5% (with the exception of fluorescent lamps and discharge lamps). From 2018 will be a change in the

in the classification of electrical equipment to the groups, but the values for the minimum

the utilization rate for each type of electrical equipment will be preserved.



Measures:



and set up a functioning system of Legislated) take-back of waste

electrical and electronic equipment, following in particular the European

so as to be able to meet the targets required by Directive

2012/19/EU.



(b)) to promote cooperation of the obliged entities throughout the entire system

the collection, for example, with regard to the quality and control of registered data,

the availability of the collection network for consumers, or the implementation of awareness-raising and

information campaigns in order to increase the amount of separately collected

electrical and electronic equipment.



c) Legislatively set the duties and responsibilities of each person in the

system-wide take-back along the lines of the Special

"softer" mode for the management of waste collection and transport

waste electrical and electronic equipment.



(d) establish control competence of Legislation) to producers and

collective systems, including effective control options

expenditure of funds in the context of a reverse

collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment.



(e) establish control competence of Legislation).



(f) to deepen cooperation of obliged entities) with the municipal sphere and strengthen

the binding of the collection network to the municipal local authority waste disposal systems.



g) set the standards for the collection, transport and processing of waste

Eee and consistently enforce the different organs of the State administration

and local government.



h) more secure existing collection infrastructure and theft

illegal removal.



I) Consistently review and assess the functioning of the existing collection facilities and výkupen

scrap metal.



j) increase the availability and capacity of the collection network for electrical and electronic equipment,

in particular, the small and these collection points to post on the portal public message

the registry places the take-back.



to step up the information campaign).



l) Follow a hierarchy of waste management, with priority being accorded to re-

use by public and private institutions.



m) Consistently monitor compliance with waste management hierarchy.



n) promote research and development of new technological processes and

recycling technologies with a focus on the utilization of waste electrical

and electronic equipment.



about) to ensure conclusive record of products placed on the market, reverse

taken end-of life products and further handling.



1.3.1.6.3 waste batteries and accumulators



In order to meet the objectives of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/66/EC

on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators

secure and achieve:



Objectives:



and increase the level of) separate collection of waste portable batteries and

accumulators.



In the years 2015-2016 to reach the required level of separate collection

waste portable batteries and accumulators, see table 7



Table 7: indicator and target for the separate collection of waste portable

batteries and accumulators (%).

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

| Indicator: |

| |

| The percentage of the weight of portable batteries and accumulators |

| separate collection of the collected average weight of portable batteries and |

| batteries placed on the market in the previous three calendar years |

| in the Czech Republic (%). |

|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | The separate collection |

|------------------------------------------+-----------------------------|

| Target status in 2016 | 45 % |

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



b) attain high recycling efficiency of the processes of recycling of waste

batteries and accumulators.



In the long term to achieve the desired processes of recycling the recycling efficiency

waste batteries and accumulators.



The minimum recycling efficiency for recycling output fractions

the total weight of the recycling process of waste batteries or

the battery entering the recycling process see table 8.



Table 8: the indicator and target for recycling output fractions of the total

the weight of the waste batteries or accumulators, entering the

the recycling process (%).

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

| Indicator: |

| |

| The percentage of the weight of recycled output fractions |

| recycling process on the total weight of batteries or accumulators |

| entering the recycling process. |

|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | Target (2015) |

| |---------------------------------|

| | The minimum recycling efficiency |

|--------------------------------------+---------------------------------|

| Lead-acid batteries | 65 % |

|--------------------------------------+---------------------------------|

| Nickel-cadmium batteries | 75 % |

|--------------------------------------+---------------------------------|

| Other batteries and accumulators | 50 % |

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



Targets are established by European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/66/EC

(annex 3, part B)



* precise calculation methodology is fixed by Commission Regulation (EU) No.

493/2012



Both goals are in accordance with the directive of the European Parliament and

Council Directive 2006/66/EC on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and

accumulators.



The faction is believed to be the amount of the collected waste batteries and

the battery entering the recycling process, the output of the fractions is

the weight of the materials, which are made of the input fractions as a result

the recycling process, and that without further processing ceased to be waste

or will be used for their original purpose or for other purposes, but

excluding energy recovery.



Measures:



and) Legislatively set the duties and responsibilities of each person in the

system-wide take-back along the lines of the Special

"softer" mode, the management of waste during collection and transport of portable

or automotive batteries and accumulators.



(b) establish control competence of Legislation).



(c)) to strengthen the link to the municipal collection network systems management

local authority waste collection points and publish on the portal public message

the registry places the take-back.



(d)) to comply with the waste management hierarchy.



(d) supporting the registration of products) to ensure that marketed, reverse

taken end-of life products and further handling.



(f)) to support the research and development of recycling technologies that are

environmentally friendly and cost effective.



g) intensify the information campaign.



1.3.1.6.4 end of life vehicles (car wrecks)



In order to meet the objectives of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/53/EC

end-of life vehicle secure and achieve:



Objective:



Attain high rates of use in the processing of end-of-vehicles

life (car wrecks).



In the year 2015 and to achieve the desired% for recovery, recycling and

reuse in the processing of end-of-selected vehicles

lifetime (of the selected car wrecks) see table 9.



Table 9: Indicators and targets for use, material and

the use of fractions in relation to the total weight of the captured vehicles

end-of life (car wrecks) (%).

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

| Indicator: |

| |

| and) percentage of the weight of recovered and reused fractions |

| from the processing of end-of life vehicles are selected (selected |

| car wrecks) to the total weight of collected selected vehicles |

| end-of life (selected car wrecks) (%). |

| |

| (b) the percentage of the weight of recycled) fraction from the treatment |

| the selected end-of life vehicles (the selected car wrecks) to |

| the total weight of collected end-of-selected vehicles |

| lifetime (of the selected car wrecks) (%). |


|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | The goals for the year 2015 and later |

| |-------------------------------------------------|

| | Use and reuse | Reuse |

| | use | and recycling |

|----------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------|

| The selected vehicles | 95 % | 85 % |

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



All targets are designed in accordance with the directive of the European Parliament

and Council Directive 2000/53/EC on end-of life vehicles. The indicator is

determined on the basis of once used, recycled and used

material obtained after the removal of hazardous substances, dismantling, shredding

and the subsequent operation after crushing. For material that is further processed,

It is necessary to take into account its actual usage.



Measures:



and the management of selected) Differentiate end-of life vehicles

(the selected car wrecks) and with other end-of life vehicles

(other car wrecks).



(b)) to set the standards for the collection and processing of selected vehicles

end-of life (selected car wrecks), standards for

the use of parts from the selected end-of life vehicles (selected

car wrecks) and consistently enforce the different organs of the State administration and

self-government.



(c)) to ensure that the delivery of the vehicle to the processing plant was

without any cost for the last holder and/or owner, and even

provided that the complete vehicle has passed zero or negative

the value of the. In this case, to ensure that any cost or their

a substantial part of it reimbursed the manufacturer or to end of life vehicles

(car wrecks) accept for free.



(d)) to comply with the waste management hierarchy.



e) promote research, development, innovation and the implementation of procedures and

technologies, with the positive effect on the increase in the level of material and

energy recovery of waste arising from vehicles

end-of life with a focus on the use of raw materials.



f) support for the collection and processing of selected end-of life vehicles

(car wrecks) from funds selected on the basis of a charge for support

the collection, treatment, recovery and disposal of end-of life vehicles.



(g) supporting the registration of products) to ensure that marketed, reverse

taken end-of life products and further handling.



h) collection sites publish on the portal public message in the registry locations

the take-back.



1.3.1.6.5 Waste Tire



In the interest of waste management the United States deepen understanding

the responsibility of manufacturers for this commodity and fulfill:



Objectives:



and increase the level of) separate collection of waste tires.



To achieve the desired level of collection of the tires, see table 10.



Table 10: the indicator and target for the collection of the tires put on the market in the Czech

Republic (%).

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

| Indicator: |

| |

| The percentage of the weight of the tires on separate collection collected |

| average weight of tyres placed on the market in the previous calendar |

| the year in the Czech Republic (%). |

| |

| (In the case that in the past year nothing has been stated, the level |

| the collection of the same year.) |

|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | The collection |

|-----------------------------------------------+------------------------|

| The target State of the year 2016 | 35 % |

|-----------------------------------------------+------------------------|

| The target status of 2020 and beyond | 80 % |

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



(b)) attain high rates of use in the processing of waste tires.



From the year 2018 and reach the desired% for recovery, recycling and

reuse the processing of waste tires see table 11.



Table 11: the indicator and target for the use of the tyres from the collected

waste pneumatic tyres (%).

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

| Indicator: |

| |

| The percentage of weight of recovered waste pneumatic tyres on total |

| the weight of the collected waste tires (%). |

|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

| | The goals for the year 2015 and later |

| |---------------------------------------|

| | Recovery |

|--------------------------------+---------------------------------------|

| Waste tyres | 100 % |

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



The target is designed to populate the specified hierarchy of interest

waste management and the need to increase the use of waste tires.



Measures:



and) Legislatively set the duties and responsibilities of each person in the

system-wide take-back.



(b) establish control competence of Legislation).



(c) the principle of a specific Legislated anchor) "softer" mode for

waste management for the collection of waste tires.



(d)) to strengthen the link to the municipal collection network systems management

municipal waste that will set out the parameters of the collection network for

to minimize the cost to the municipality in the field of the management of waste

the tyres and the collection sites to post on the portal public message in

the registry places the take-back.



e) step up the information campaign.



(f)) to comply with the waste management hierarchy.



g) Consistently monitor compliance with waste management hierarchy.



(h)) to support the research and development of new technological processes and

recycling technologies with a focus on the use of raw materials.



as well as supporting the register) to ensure that products placed on the market, reverse

taken end-of life products and further handling.



1.3.1.7 Sludge from sewage plants treating municipal wastewater



In order to improve the management of those wastes:



Objective:



Promote the use of technology of sludge from sewage plants treating municipal sewage

waters.



Measures:



and) monitor and evaluate the quantity of sludge from municipal sewage treatment plants

water and the quantity of these sludge used for application on the soil (composting and

the direct use of sludge on agricultural land).



(b)) based on legislatively determined the microbiological and chemical

consistently check the quality parameters of modified sludge intended for

application on the ground.



(c)) to support public investment associated with energy

the use of sludge from municipal wastewater treatment plants with the appropriate

the production of sludge.



(d)) to support research aimed at monitoring the content of residues of medicines and

products for personal hygiene in effluents and their penetration of the sludge from

municipal wastewater treatment plants. On the basis of the results of research

on an ongoing basis to design and implement measures for the disposal of sludge from wastewater treatment plants

municipal wastewater treatment with regard to the protection of human health and

of the environment.



(e)), in cooperation with the Ministry of health to promote awareness

the campaign focused in particular on the population, to removing drugs,

chemicals and wastes in accordance with the legislation in this

the area that is outside of the removal of the sewerage system.



(f)) to reflect the legislative changes of the European Union in the field of

sludge from wastewater treatment plants, with emphasis on the protection of human health,

the environment and in particular of the soil, when the use of sludge from wastewater treatment plants

municipal wastewater in agriculture.



The target is based on the professional discussion within the European Union associated with the

requirements for the revision of Directive 86/278/EEC.



1.3.1.8 waste oils



In order to minimize the adverse effects of waste and waste management

them on human health and the environment:



Objective:



Increase material and energy recovery of waste oils.



Measures:



and to prevent the mixing of oils) in places of their creation, gathering and

storage with a view to their subsequent use.



b) waste oils unfit for material usage priority

energy use in accordance with current legislation.



(c)) to comply with the waste management hierarchy.



d) Consistently monitor compliance with the waste hierarchy

oil.



1.3.1.9 wastes from medical and veterinary care



In order to minimize the adverse effects of waste and waste management

them on human health and the environment:



Objective:



To minimize the negative effects of waste management of medical and

the veterinary services on human health and the environment.



Measures:



and) in cooperation with the Ministry of health legislation to establish

the rules for management of wastes from health-care, and animal health care

focus on collecting, sorting, collection, treatment, transport and

disposal of waste from the medical, veterinary and similar

devices, such as home care and self-medication.



(b) the waste from medical) and veterinary treatment of hazardous


properties to dispose of according to the waste management hierarchy and from the available

technologies, with priority being accorded to best available techniques.



(c)), in cooperation with the Ministry of health legislation to establish

the parameters for the efficacy of disinfection decontamination facilities, including

quality parameters with the follow-on consistent control.



(d)) to establish cooperation with the stakeholders in the field of education

the management of waste from the medical, veterinary, and like

device to ensure the waste management of these devices in

accordance with the applicable legislation, focusing in particular on the consistent

separation from waste municipal waste category, classification according to the

its actual properties.



(e) provide training for Legislatively) all employees who

loaded with waste from the medical, veterinary and similar

equipment, including workers involved in each step of

management of such waste.



(f)), in cooperation with the Ministry of health to develop updated

the methodology for the management of wastes from health-care, and animal health care

including current trends and principles of the World Health

organisations and the European Union.



1.3.2 specific groups of hazardous waste



In order to improve the management of the groups of waste and

minimize the adverse effects on human health and the environment

adopt the following objectives and actions:



1.3.2.1 Wastes and equipment containing polychlorinated biphenyls



Objectives:



and Pass all devices and) wastes containing polychlorinated biphenyls

by the end of 2025 persons or equipment and wastes containing

polychlorinated biphenyls by this time to decontaminate.



(b)) to remove the wastes containing polychlorinated biphenyls in possession

authorized persons to the management of waste by the end of the year 2028.



Measures:



and edit rules for Legislatively) existing waste polychlorinated

biphenyls and equipment containing polychlorinated biphenyls.



(b) Slightly contaminated equipment) and equipment containing polychlorinated

biphenyls and the filling volume of less than 5 l pass the eligible persons to

dealing with this kind of waste or decontaminated until the end

the year 2025.



1.3.2.2 wastes containing persistent organic pollutants

substances



In order to improve the management of waste of persistent organic

pollutants and minimize the adverse effects on human

health and the environment, in accordance with the regulation of the European Parliament

and Council Regulation (EC) No 850/2004 on persistent organic pollutants

substances to adopt the following objectives:



Objectives:



and) raise awareness of the persistent organic pollutants

and their effects on human health and the environment.



(b)) check for persistent organic pollutants

especially for wastes listed in annex V to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the

Council Regulation (EC) No 850/2004 on persistent organic pollutants

substances, as amended by Commission Regulation (EU) No 756/2010.



Measures:



and) to implement information campaigns directed at the possibility of the occurrence of the

persistent organic pollutants in the waste.



(b) identify the source of potential leakage) of persistent organic

pollutants.



(c)) to establish a methodology for monitoring the occurrence of persistent organic

pollutants in selected waste (the Ministry of the

the environment (hereinafter referred to as "the Ministry")).



1.3.2.3 Wastes containing asbestos



Objective:



To minimize possible negative effects to the treatment of waste containing

Asbestos on human health and the environment.



Measures:



and reflect on the legislative amendments) of the European Union in the field of

asbestos waste with emphasis on the protection of the health of humans and the

environment.



(b)) to draw up, in cooperation with the Ministry for local development and

The Ministry of health the procedure for building authorities, both within the

a construction tender for the renovation and demolition of buildings affect the desired

in a way the handling of wastes from asbestos.



(c)) to perform a continuous awareness and control over the observance of safe loading and

occupational hygiene when handling asbestos. The Ministry of the

environment, in cooperation with the Ministry of health will carry out

information campaign for residents and ensure the implementation of the checks by the competent

the control authorities.



(d) to favour the disposal of waste) economically containing asbestos.



1.3.2.4 waste containing natural radionuclides



Objective:



To minimize possible negative effects to the treatment of waste containing

natural radionuclides on human health and the environment.



Measures:



and loading) control with this kind of waste (State Office for

nuclear safety).



(b)) to develop in cooperation with the State Office for nuclear safety

methodical procedure for dealing with this kind of waste according to the law on

waste (Ministry).



1.3.3 other groups of waste



1.3.3.1. the animal by-products ^ 6) and biologically

biodegradable waste from the kitchen and canteen waste ^ 7)



In order to improve the management of those waste products and

minimize the adverse effects on human health and the environment

adopt the following objectives and actions:



Objectives:



and) reduce the amount of biodegradable waste from the kitchen and

canteens and animal by-products in the mixed

municipal waste, which are the origin of public catering establishments

(restaurants, snacks) and central kitchen (hospitals, schools, and

another similar device).



(b) Properly dispose of) biodegradable waste from the kitchen and

canteens and by-products of animal origin so as to reduce

negative effects associated with the management of waste on human health and the

environment.



Measures:



and the establishment of a system of regular) to support collection and collection of the biological

biodegradable waste from the kitchen and canteen waste and by-products

of animal origin to the approved processing facilities, in particular

biogas plants and composting plants.



(b)) to ensure the conditions for the collection of used table oils and fats originating from

public catering facilities, central kitchens and households.



(c)) to support the development of collection and collection of used oils and desktop

fats from agents and from households.



(d)) support the development of equipment for the processing of waste oils and fats,

in particular, equipment used to produce energy (biogas stations,

processing into biodiesel or other products for technical applications).



(e) Consistently check handling) biodegradable waste from the

a kitchen and canteen waste and by-products of animal origin in

accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009.



(f)) to monitor and evaluate developments in the management of biodegradable

waste from the kitchen and canteen waste and by-products of animal origin,

to design and to take appropriate measures.



(g)), in cooperation with the Ministry of agriculture to support awareness-raising

the campaign to the management of biodegradable waste from the kitchen and

canteens and animal by-products in accordance with legal

regulations in this area.



The goals are designed with regard to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council

(EC) no 1069/2009 laying down health rules for by-products

animal origin and derived products not intended for human

consumption and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 on side

products of animal origin.



1.3.3.2 wastes of ferrous and nonferrous metals



In order to ensure a competitive economy and the raising of the

the self-sufficiency of the Czech Republic in the recycling of resources is determined by:



Objective:



Handle metal waste and end-of life products on materials

for the purpose of compensation for primary raw materials.



Policy:



and Look for metal wastes) ferrous and non-ferrous metals and waste

precious metals as raw materials for industry on strategic United States in

accordance with the supply policy of the United States.



(b)) to dispose of iron and aluminium scrap outside the waste regime

solely on the basis of Council Regulation (EC) No 333/2007 laying down

the criteria defining when certain types of scrap metal cease to be

waste.



c) dispose of waste copper scrap outside the scheme based exclusively on

Commission Regulation (EU) no 715/2013, establishing the criteria

defining when copper scrap ceases to be waste.



Measures:



and Expand the number of places) take back end-of life products

under the take-back systems, and extended producer responsibility, for

to obtain larger quantities of raw materials of strategic rare metals.



(b)) to support the development of modern high-quality processing technology

end-of life products in the Czech Republic.



c) analyze and customize the business environment in the area of collection and

purchase of waste.



(d)) to increase the control activities in the area of purchase of metal waste.



1.4 principles for creating a network device to the waste management



In order to achieve the objective of establishing a comprehensive and appropriate network devices to

waste management at the national level, regional level, in accordance


with the principles of "self-sufficiency and proximity" and at the same time with the intent to be based on the

the waste management hierarchy and to support modern technology with

environmental added value, it will be a balanced and effective

network equipment for waste management include the device group on the

different capacities and importance, with regard to the integration of the individual

device to the waste management system at the local, regional and

supra-regional level. Network device to the waste management should

also include a modern innovative technologies.



On the basis of conceptually set out priorities and needs of waste

the economy of the United States is therefore necessary to establish and coordinate the

the regional waste management plan, a network device to the waste

waste in greater relation to the regional situation, the implementation of the objectives in the waste

economy.



Network device to the waste management has to be optimally set mainly from

regional perspective.



The possibility of obtaining a permit to operate each device will have to meet

the legal requirements for their operation. You must monitor the fair

the need for, economic competitiveness and sustainability of the facilities for

waste management in the region.



The regional waste management plan, set the device to the network

waste management will be essential for the direction of the support

equipment from public sources.



Optimization of the network device will be made possible also thanks to the financial support of the

Operational programme environment 2014-2020 within the framework of the implementation

the structural support of the European Union for the Czech Republic. Operating

the environment programme 2014-2020 will be set in order to accomplish the objectives of the

The waste management plan of the Czech Republic.



At the device of supranational importance, which can be, for example,

devices for energy recovery of waste, it is necessary to take into account the

mezikrajovou cooperation.



The County's primary needs and system-provides capacity

waste management and its use in its territory in relation to the

waste management and the current state of implementation of the objectives of the waste management Plan

the economy of the United States and the waste management plan of the region.



Region when parsing facilities on its territory can do in cooperation

with the Ministry.



These facts are a prerequisite for the effective direction of the public

support for the development of equipment for waste management, or other activities

waste management.



On the basis of the current state of implementation of the objectives of the waste management plan

The United States and plans of waste management regions will be network devices

to the management of waste from the countrywide is set optimally and

regional perspective, in relation to the objectives of the waste management plans

economy.



Objective:



Create and maintain a comprehensive, fair and effective network of devices to

waste management on the territory of the Czech Republic.



Network device to the waste management



Airsoft equipment



The basis for establishing the principles and specifications of the device is the definition

devices and their role in waste management systems. From this perspective,

devices can be divided in the following way:



Devices with possible nadregionálním meaning:



and Devices for energy use).



(b)) equipment for the recovery or disposal of other waste (for example,

landfill).



(c)) equipment for the recovery or disposal of hazardous waste.



(d) the use of appropriate equipment) of biodegradable waste from the

municipalities (such as plants, biogas plants).



e) shipments of waste collection and Systems including transhipment stations.



(f)) and sorting of the waste treatment facility.



(g)) usable collection systems, bulky, dangerous, mixed and

other wastes, including the return of the products.



h) equipment and technologies for processing and material usage

sorted out and revised waste.



Equipment necessary for network devices to ensure the functionality of the waste

wastes:



and use of equipment) ' secondary raw materials '.



b) lines on the selected Release-life products (including

of-life vehicles).



Additional equipment:



and gathering and).



(b)) Dotřiďovací equipment for mixed municipal waste.



(c)) Dotřiďovací equipment for bulky waste.



d) facilities for co-incineration plants.



For a more detailed description of the equipment and processes



Collection systems, waste collection and to purchase:



and) separate collection of usable color coded folders to a collection

containers, large containers, or sack collection.



(b)) the separate collection of bio waste to special collection containers, or

sack collection.



(c)) for the collection of bulky Collection yards of waste, hazardous waste,

biodegradable waste, construction waste, metal and more.



(d)) of the take-back WEEE, batteries, tires, optional

the collection of usable components.



(e)) the collection of mixed municipal waste in containers and mass

containers.



f) collection of other wastes (street cleaning, and so on).



g) pawn shops-waste (metals, etc.).



Systems for collection and transport of waste:



and a specially equipped cars) to waste management from collection

containers of all kinds (including case materials collection).



(b) the Container carriers with large-capacity) containers.



(c) Transfer Station () is used to streamline the transport of waste to the longer

distance).



Treatment and recovery of waste:



and Dotřiďovací equipment) paper, plastic (sorting, stamping and so on

in order to produce "secondary raw material").



(b)) Dotřidovací device and subsequent adjustment of the glass (sorting, crushing,

drying, and so on, in order to manufacture the material for the final processor).



(c)), and the pressing of metal waste Sorting in kovošrotech.



d) Sorting and editing other types of recoverable waste.



e) device on the energy use of waste.



Equipment for processing and use due to:



Facilities suitable for the processing and use of bio waste resulting from the

characteristics and origin of the waste. They are primarily:



and) devices based on aerobic decomposition of biodegradable

waste, these are the different types of plants. These devices are appropriate

for waste material of vegetable origin (waste of public greenery, gardens,

households).



b) devices based on anaerobic degradation of biodegradable

waste, in particular about the device with the anaerobic decomposition (digescí),

(for example, biogas plants). These devices are the degree of

suitable for disinfection of animal origin compost bin and waste from

eating establishments, and so on.



(c) equipment for aerobic) decomposition (composting) or anaerobic

degradation (digestion) of waste, conceived on the processing of agricultural,

food-processing and wood waste (or sludge) to which they are

municipal wastes added.



(d) equipment for material usage) of biodegradable waste

mainly of wood, it is a technology for the production of wood fibre

plates of shredded wood material.



e) device to the utilization of biodegradable waste.



(f)) other treatment and recovery of waste.



Installations for the disposal of wastes: Landfill group)-inert waste

(S-IO)-designed for inert waste.



b) Landfill group-other waste (with-O)-intended for the waste categories

the other, which in turn are divided into subgroups:



-With-OO1-landfill or landfill sectors designated for waste disposal

category other, low-waste containing organic biologically

degradable substances and waste from asbestos under the conditions laid down in

the implementing legislation ^ 8).



-With-OO3-landfill or landfill sectors designated for waste disposal

category other, waste, including waste with substantial contents of organic

biodegradable substances, waste that cannot be assessed on the

based on their aqueous extract, and wastes from asbestos under the conditions

laid down in the implementing regulation. These landfills or sectors

shall not be stored wastes on the basis of plaster.



(c)) of the landfill with Group-hazardous waste (with-NO)-intended for dangerous

waste.



(d) hazardous waste incineration plants).



The principles for creating a network of waste management facilities



Policy:



and Promote the construction of the device), in accordance with the hierarchy of the waste

waste.



(b)) create the conditions for the completion of a nationwide network of facilities for

management of hazardous wastes.



(c) to design new devices) in accordance with legislative, technical

requirements and the best available techniques.



(d)) use of existing devices, which comply with the technical

the level referred to in point (c)).



e) from public sources to support the construction of the device, which will be

economically and technically demonstrated the effectiveness of their operation on the

regional and national level, due to the adequacy of the existing network

device, and in accordance with the plans of waste management regions and Plan

waste management of the Czech Republic.



(f)) in the context of the evaluation process relating to the promotion of the public

resources to assess the device to the waste management from the perspective of ensuring the

the input of the relevant types of waste, which will be handled, including


assessment of the supporting documents, showing that in the area there is enough waste

for the technology or system for the management of waste, and that the device is

adequate in terms of capacity.



g) in the context of the evaluation process relating to the promotion of the public

resources to assess the device to the waste management from the viewpoint of contract

dispose of the outputs from the device.



(h)) to support from public sources for material recovery of biologically

decomposable waste put emphasis on compliance with Daisy,

require proof of disposal for the use of compost on the farm

the soil or to the recultivation of land.



I Prefer) and from public sources to support the construction of a device

where is the output on material usable product.



(j)) to support from public resources recommend the device corresponding to your

capacity of regional significance, to be a valid part of the system

the management of waste.



to demonstrate the need to) devices with a proposed capacity in a given

the region and to support this device from public sources will need to be

recommending that the opinion of the region. The opinion of the County will rely on compliance

with a valid waste management plan of the County and of the supporting documents proving the

the deficit of such device identified in the framework of the evaluation of the performance of the

the objectives of the waste management plan of the region.



l) Incorporate gradually the networking requirements of the device to a file

outputs spatial planning as an important basis for deciding on

Development (in particular industrial zones).



m) to support the construction of new landfills of waste of public funds.



n) identify waste streams and the conditions under which the processing

you will not be required to operate the equipment.



about) informed of the criteria and conditions laid down in the European

Union, when waste ceases to be waste and methodically illustrate how

leading to the removal from the waste management scheme.



p) Support in the framework of research projects projects aimed at the development of

the use of new technologies, recycling and processing of waste or verification

Yet for the first time in the Czech Republic technologies and devices to

the management of waste.



Measures:



and continuously evaluate network devices) for the management of waste on

regional level.



(b) Evaluate network equipment) management of waste at national

level.



(c)) on the basis of the current state of implementation of the objectives of the waste management plans

the economy of the regions to lay down the necessary facilities for waste management

in the regions.



(d)) on the basis of the current state of implementation of the objectives of the waste management Plan

the economy of the United States to impose preferred and to the promotion of

public resources recommended equipment for waste management.



(e) to draw up a methodological manual) evaluation of waste management plans

the economy of regions (Ministry).



Waste collection



In order to achieve the objective of establishing a comprehensive and appropriate network devices to

waste management at the national level in accordance hierarchies for

waste management and in order to achieve the objective of full use of waste

as a source of raw materials and also to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

originating in waste to landfill, developing municipal collection systems

the waste. To continue the collection and purchase of metal that will be strengthened

the system for granting and removing permission to operate the equipment to collect

the waste.



Policy for waste collection



Policy:



and for projects of type) junkyards will ensure the collection of paper,

metals, plastics, glass, bulky waste, hazardous components of municipal

waste and space to place the take-back of electrical and

electronic equipment.



(b)) to support the separate collection of usable components of municipal waste,

by including the packaging components, through sufficiently numerous and available

the network of collection sites in the villages, at least on paper, metals, plastics and glass,

assuming the use of existing systems for the collection and the collection

of the waste and, where possible, the collection of selected products with

end-of life, which are provided by obliged entities i.e.,

manufacturers, importers, distributors.



(c) Encourage the separate collection of bio waste).



(d)) to support the separate collection of hazardous components of municipal waste

order to achieve environmentally sound management of waste.



e) in facilities to collect and purchase of waste allow Dept. from citizens

only in accordance with the applicable legislation.



f) in places taking back products allow end-of life

a free collection of these products from the citizens.



1.5 guidelines for deciding when the cross-border transport, import and export

waste



In order to achieve the objectives of the refrain from jeopardising the cross-border movement as a result of

waste to human health and the environment, do you decide in

matters of cross-border transport, import and export of waste according to the principles

arising from the European regulation regulation of the European Parliament and of the

Council Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 on shipments of waste, as amended

("the waste shipment regulation").



Objective:



Refrain from jeopardising the due to the cross-border movement of waste on human health and the

the environment in the Czech Republic.



Policy:



and National and international cooperation) in the enforcement of the regulation on the

shipments of waste, in particular in the area of control and cross-border methodology

shipments of waste with neighbouring States, and between the authorities in the Czech Republic

public administration, other.



b) waste created in the Czech Republic are preferably resolves in the Czech

Republic.



(c) cross-border shipments of waste) from the United States for the purpose of their

removal is permitted only in the case that it is not in the Czech Republic

sufficient capacity to remove the specified type of waste in an efficient manner

and positive in terms of the impact on the environment.



d) cross-border shipment of waste to the United States in order to eliminate

is disabled.



e) waste generated in the Czech Republic is primarily used in the United

Republic, unless it is about its use in other Member States

Of the European Union.



f) cross-border shipments of waste into the Czech Republic in order to use the

permits only to devices that are operated in accordance with the applicable

the legislation, and that they have sufficient capacity.



g) are all phases of waste management until its transfer to

the final recovery or disposal.



h) if they are in the United States transported waste for

interim recovery mode to the General information requirements

Article 18 of the waste shipment regulation requires disclosure of

then another non-interim recovery in the accompanying document referred to in

Annex VII to regulation on shipments of waste or in its annex.



I) cross-border shipment of waste to the United States for the purpose of

energy recovery in the incinerator of municipal waste is disabled if

as a result of cross-border transport of waste had to be disposed of

emerging in the Czech Republic, or as a result of cross-border transport

had to be the waste arising in the Czech Republic is being handled in a way that

It is not in accordance with waste management plans.



j) mixed municipal waste shall be assessed, including the cases where it has been subjected to

only mechanical treatment, gravity separation of fractions or hustotních

similar process, which substantially changed its properties, always in

accordance with article 6(1). 3 (2). 5 of the regulation on shipments of waste.



to) reverse removed when cross-border transport of goods from the United

Republic abroad considered as waste transfer retroactively

taken products to cross-border transport.



l) the Ministry may raise an objection against the reported cross-border

the transport of waste, if the notifier or the consignee was in the time of five years

before taking a decision on the transport of waste legally imposed sanctions for

infringement of the legislation in the field of waste management.



m) the Ministry may raise an objection against the reported cross-border

the transport of waste, if the notifier or the recipient at the time of five years

before taking a decision on the transport of waste saved the corrective action for

infringement of the legislation in the field of waste management and is

shown that this corrective measure in the saved did not meet the deadline.



n) of the person responsible for the work in progress or an illegal shipment,

are required to pay for the costs associated with the transport, use, removal

and storage of waste. These persons are responsible for the payment of costs together

and severally liable. If such persons are not detected, the costs borne by the State.



1.6 measures to limit discarding waste outside designated places and

ensure the management of waste, which the owner is not known or has lapsed



In order to achieve the objective of limiting off-site waste swapping designed,

to adopt, in particular, at the level of municipalities, and the State, the following measures:



Objectives:



and limit the waste outside swapping) places designated.



(b)) to ensure the correct waste treatment the thumb outside the space for

designed and management, whose owner is unknown or has lapsed.



Measures:



and Legislatively establish responsibility) the property owner to ensure

waste management, whose originator is not known, on its


real estate. Set up a system of payment reasonably incurred costs of

public funds in the event that the owner of the property proves that

the location of the waste on their property caused or could not avoid him.



b) Legislatively to anchor it in the case when the new owner takes

ownership of real estate, also happens to be the owner of the waste,

that are on or in this real estate is located.



(c) the Efficient programs) education and training at the level of Governments of cities and towns

and municipalities, including support, in particular in the form of financing of these

programs.



(d)) public programs and events leading to the formation of the

a positive attitude to maintain the cleanliness of the environment and proper management of

waste.



e) active involvement in creating programs of marketing campaigns

for consumers of their products or services.



(f)) to effectively use the award of penalties for pollution of the public

spaces ^ 9).



(g) increase the maximum amount of the border) of the fine offense of unauthorized

establishment of a landfill or waste outside the swapping of reserved space.



h) Focus control of the municipal authorities of municipalities with extended powers to the

unauthorized use of the municipal systems for the management of waste from the

legal entities and natural persons authorised to do business.



I) to engage in contract legal entity and natural persons

authorized to do business in the municipal waste management systems.



j) to inform citizens and business entities about the possibilities of fining

for the activity associated with the stacking of waste outside of the designated space.



to set up the system and Optimally) logistics of collection and collection of waste at the level of

municipalities (mixed municipal waste, sorted out the components of municipal

bulky waste or hazardous waste, waste from the waste baskets from

public spaces and cleaning of public spaces).



l-level municipalities) should establish channels of communication through which citizens should

the ability to report illegally stored waste in public spaces

or transient storage of waste around the collection of nests and containers.



m) use of the Institute of public utility works or the Institute of public

services on the part of Governments of the municipalities to ensure cleaning and servicing

public spaces including activities associated with disposal of waste

slip outside the designated space.



1.7 Program of waste prevention



In accordance with the requirement of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2008/98/EC

on waste is the waste management plan the United States incorporated

Waste prevention program.



Waste prevention program widely affects different sectors of

the economy of the United States, touching not only the waste sector

management, but also in the mining and manufacturing industry, design, services,

education and public education, both public and private consumption. It also shows

efforts to reduce the consumption of primary raw materials and energy. This dimension

He had to be taken into account in the preparation of the objectives and measures.



Objectives and measures are set in such a way that their effect was

effective.



Prevention in waste management will be directed how to reduce

waste, so as to reduce their hazardous

properties that have an adverse impact on the environment and health

of the population. For prevention in this area is also considered to be re-

the use of the products and the preparation for it. Objectives and measures are directed in General

on waste prevention with emphasis on prevention in selected streams.



The main benefits of waste prevention Program can be expected in the

security of the information available on different levels, increasing

awareness, increase the sense of ownership, a real

the enforcement of measures in both the citizen and the institution concerned

the business community, increasing the competitiveness of the involved entities

and the Czech Republic, the development of science and research in the field of prevention

the generation of waste.



In this context, the waste prevention Programme of the Czech

Republic deeper focuses on selected waste streams are as follows

the above measures are only limited by enumerating the possible steps in the area of prevention

the waste.



The main objective:



In a coordinated and unified approach to create the conditions to lower consumption

primary sources and the gradual reduction of waste production.



Intermediate objectives:



a) throughout the period of implementation of the waste prevention Programme to ensure

comprehensive information support on the issue, including the introduction of

the issue of waste prevention into school curricula, research

programs and educational, awareness-raising and educational activities related to the

protection and creation of the environment.



(b) to ensure the effective involvement of) Government at all levels to

the issue of waste prevention with a view to the progressive reduction of

the amount of waste in the exercise of State administration.



(c)) to create the conditions and adjust the motivational elements to reduce

raw material and energy resources in the manufacturing sectors and increasing

the use of ' secondary raw materials ' in connection with other strategic

documents (in particular raw material policy of the United States and politics

secondary raw materials in the Czech Republic).



(d)) to encourage by all appropriate means the introduction of low-waste and

innovative technologies saving raw materials and materials and

to encourage manufacturing and industry in an effort to optimize processes

production control in terms of the fulfillment of the objectives of the prevention

the waste.



(e)) at all levels to support, promote and adequately informed about the

the available voluntary tools (voluntary agreements, systems

environmental management, environmental labeling, cleaner production)

the aim of their gradual expansion.



(f)) in connection with each of the objectives of the programme prevention

waste, with the objectives of other environmental programs and policies, and with the

the requirements of the institutions of the European Union to ensure the appropriate legislative environment

for the implementation of the programme.



(g) to pay maximum attention to waste) of the food and create the conditions

for a gradual reduction of waste at all levels in the food supply

cycle (phases of the production of food, including their placing on the market and consumption).



(h)) to create the conditions to stabilize the production of individual components

municipal waste and its subsequent reduction at all levels

at the level of the public administration and the citizens.



I) in conjunction with the other strategic documents to create the conditions to

stabilizing the production of hazardous waste, construction and demolition

waste, textile waste and waste from the product directives with a view

its a real reduction in the coming years.



j) promote the use of service and charity centres and

organisations for the purpose of extending the life of and reuse

products and materials.



to enhance the active role of research), experimental development and innovation in the

promoting waste prevention Program.



l) increase the efficiency of the enforcement of the waste prevention issues in

activities and the activities of the collective systems and reverse

your subscribed products.



m) to ensure the realization of the necessary analytical bases and assessment

instruments for the purpose of evaluating the effectiveness of the prevention

waste and an assessment of the progress achieved to the partial prevention objectives and

measures.



The following measures are based on the draft measures referred to in annex

(IV) European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98/EC on waste, of

analysis of the existing measures and the analysis of the waste streams. At the same time

take account of other strategic documents of the CZECH REPUBLIC, such as raw material

the policy of the United States, and the policy of secondary raw materials in the Czech Republic.

The measures are designed so that was also in line with the new

Operational programme: the environment for the period 2014-2020. Also

trends are taken into account at the level of waste management

The European Union and implemented preventive measures abroad.



Measures:



Block 1-information support, training and awareness raising:



and) to create and throughout the period of implementation of the programme prevention

waste to ensure the continuous operation of the freely accessible information base

on the issue of waste prevention at all levels. Draw up a

and promote the Guide for citizens on how to prevent the generation of waste

(with a focus on municipal waste and its individual components).



(Strategy: information, promotion; Objectives: a, d, e, g, h, i, j,

l)



(b) ensure the dissemination of the information Technically) and awareness-raising programmes for

the purpose of gradually increasing the amount of recovered clothing, textiles,

footwear, toys, books, magazines, furniture, carpet, tools and other

reusable products. Publicly promote activities of non-profit

the Organization retroactively taking products for re-use and

similar entities and ensure the creation of an interactive publicly available

Network (maps) of these organisations and centres.



(Strategy: information, promotion; Objectives: a, b, e, h, i, j)



(c) Technically ensure the dissemination of information) and awareness-raising programmes for

the purpose of gradually increasing the amount of recovered waste electrical and


electronic equipment and to reduce the production of waste from these

products: to ensure the development of analysis and support the creation of an information

network of service centers for repair and for more use of electric and

electronic device for its original purpose, including the preparation of rules on the

the operation of the service centres and their certification system; to ensure the

the development and dissemination of the Handbook for citizens in terms of optimization of purchases

and the use of electrical and electronic equipment from the perspective of

the potential of waste.



(Strategy: information, regulatory; Objectives: a, c, f, j, l)



(d) ensure the dissemination of the information Technically) and awareness-raising programmes

aimed at reducing the production of waste from food: Ensure the development

and dissemination of the Handbook for citizens in terms of food purchases and optimization

their subsequent storage from the perspective of potential waste generation;

to ensure the development of a manual for the owner and operator of restaurants,

Hotels and other eating establishments, with a focus on prevention

waste of food.



(Strategy: information, promotion; Objectives: a, g)



e) Provide informational and educational support to the issue of the prevention of

the generation of waste at all levels of State administration with a special focus on

local authorities of cities and municipalities with regard to the stabilization of the production and

a gradual decrease in the production of municipal waste.



(Strategy: information, promotion; Objectives: a, b, h)



(f) elaboration of a guide) to ensure the prevention of

construction building materials for manufacturers, designers, investors,

construction companies and citizens, and to disclose the construction materials containing

dangerous substances and substances which have a negative impact on human health and

the environment.



(Strategy: information, promotion; Objectives: a, b, i)



g) under the programme, environmental education, education and education

to ensure the development of the study of the material on the topic of prevention

waste and its subsequent practical incorporation into school curricula with

to raise awareness on the issue.



(Strategy: information, promotion; Objectives: a)



h) in the framework of the activities of the collective take-back systems

products for all relevant parties to ensure the expansion of activities in the framework of the

the issue of prevention, in particular through information

the campaign focused on raising awareness of the population.



(Strategy: information, promotion; Objectives: a, l)



I) Promote targeted support and promotion of trusted

environmental labelling and products with less environmental impact

environment with the aim of progressively increasing the number of directives and licences

The national programme of environmental labelling.



(Strategy: information, promotion, control; Objectives: (a), (b), (e),

h, i)



Block 2-regulation and planning:



and) establish the possibility of establishing new expert analysis of legislative

requirements and objectives in the field of waste prevention in the Czech Republic

with regard to the current developments of the legislative regulations of the European Union,

including the establishment of legislative requirements for the operation of facilities for

the reuse of products at end of life, and the optimization of existing

legislative requirements for places to eat, and food utilization

to reduce the amount of waste from food. In the course of implementation

The waste prevention programmes consistently implement and control

the performance of waste prevention requirements arising from the

product guidelines and the framework directive on waste and the relevant

national regulations.



(Strategy: regulatory; Objectives: b, f, g, m)



(b) the elaboration of analysis) to ensure the prevention of waste in food

including dining options and analysis of weight reduction options

food packaging from the perspective of any legislative changes.



(Strategy: regulatory, promotional; Objectives: b, f, g, m)



(c) awareness raising and technically) to support the campaigns of domestic, community and

municipal composting of biodegradable waste for natural persons.

Home support program, community and municipal composting and its

the fulfilment, in cooperation with the municipalities, it is recommended to incorporate into the regional

waste management plans.



(Strategy: regulatory; Objectives: b, f, h, m)



(d) Ensure the development of professional studies) about how financial incentives

for companies that use in the manufacture of "secondary raw material" and innovating their

technology with the aim of increasing the use of the "secondary raw materials" when

the production. Create an interagency plan for increased use of "secondary

raw materials "in the production.



(Strategy: regulatory; goals: b, c, d, f, m)



Block 3-methodological support and voluntary tools:



and to develop a methodology for) a comprehensive evaluation of the programme

waste prevention for the Czech Republic for the purpose of monitoring and assessment

progress has been achieved.



(Strategy: regulatory, informational; goals: b, m)



(b)) develop a methodology for qualified and quantified reviews

the flow of waste from food and study the flow of such wastes in order to

determine the current status, obtaining primary data and monitor the effectiveness of

prevention in the following years.



(Strategy: regulatory, informational; goals: b, g, m)



(c) a methodological guide for) to create the balance of composted materials

the scope of domestic and community composting for the purpose of assessing the effectiveness of

support measures for the reduction of biodegradable

the waste.



(Strategy: regulatory, informational; goals: b, h, m)



(d)) develop a methodology for qualified and quantified reviews

the production of textiles and clothing and the flow of the threadbare and znovupoužitých clothing and

waste of fabric in order to determine the current status, obtain

primary data and monitor the effectiveness of prevention measures in

the following years.



(Strategy: regulatory, informational; goals: b, h, m)



an expert analysis of the current) establish the occurrence of dangerous substances and

materials in the construction industry with regard to the reduction of dangerous substances in

construction and demolition waste and propose their alternatives without

property restrictions of building and construction materials and elements.



(Strategy: regulatory, informational; goals: b, i, k, m)



(f) to draw up a study of) the possibilities of using individual

material and structural units demolovaných structures to the original

or other purpose, while maintaining the functionality of the material.



(Strategy: regulatory, informational; goals: b, i, k, m)



g) create conditions, or to implement voluntary agreements in the areas of

the waste prevention Programme concerned.



(Strategy: promotional, informational, regulatory objectives;: a, b, c,

e, g, h, i, j)



(h) to promote and ensure the implementation of) management systems in the field of

environment for business. To ensure that sufficient information support about

individual management systems throughout the effectiveness of the programme

waste prevention.



(Strategy: promotional, informational, regulatory objectives;: a, b, c,

e, g, h, i, j)



and to promote the mainstreaming of the environmental aspects) with a focus on

waste prevention in procurement from the public purse,

for example, take into account the requirements for environmental management systems,

environmental products and services, preference

reusable packaging, and more. take into account and give priority to the menu

demonstrating the use of building materials which meet the environmental

aspects, focusing on waste prevention (environmental

management systems, voluntary agreements, environmental labelling);

take into account and give priority to companies demonstrating in their activities

the use of ' secondary raw materials ' directly related to the specific

the contract.



(Strategy: promotion, regulatory objectives: (a); a, b, c, d, e, i)



Block 4-research, experimental development and innovation:



and Support programs) research, experimental development and innovation in the

the use of ' secondary raw materials ' production processes, the introduction of

low-waste technologies and input-saving technologies, the primary

raw materials and in the field of waste prevention, including the consideration of

eco-design and life cycle assessment.



(Strategy: regulatory information: objectives and;, c, d, k)



(b) embedding and execution) to ensure that the issue of the prevention of

food waste in the departmental research and research programs.

Support programs of research, experimental development and innovation in the field of

Prevention of food.



(Strategy: regulatory information: objectives and;, d, g, k)



(c) support for research programmes), experimental development and innovation in the

waste prevention in order to prolong the life of the

products, reduce the amount of dangerous substances contained in them in

following on from the directive on end-of life products (packaging,

electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators, cars) and the reduction

consumption of materials in production.



(Strategy: regulatory information: objectives and;, d, h, i, k)




(d)) support for programmes of research, experimental development and innovation in

sustainable construction and renovation of buildings, reducing

dangerous substances in the construction and building materials and

Prevention of construction and demolition waste.



(Strategy: regulatory information: objectives and;, d, i, k)



1.8 Responsibility for the implementation of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic

and plans of waste management regions and security checks

The waste management plan of the Czech Republic and waste management plans

the economy of regions



1.8.1. Responsibility for implementing the waste management plan of the Czech

Republic and waste management plans, review implementation plan

the Czech Republic and waste management waste management plans

regions and changes in the waste management plan of the Czech Republic



and) the Ministry, regions, municipalities and by waste continuously checked

creation of conditions for waste prevention and waste management and

the fulfilment of the objectives, principles and measures.



(b)) community will continuously evaluate municipal waste management system

municipal waste including packaging, handling folder with mixed

municipal waste management, the system of separate collection of waste management system

biodegradable municipal waste management system

construction waste and end-of life products, originating from the

the citizens of the village and connected subjects. As part of this evaluation will be

assessed the capacity of the waste management system and with the products with

end-of life and designed measures to improve. Municipalities also

assess the fulfilment of the measures of the programme prevention,

that is part of the waste management plan of the municipality (or the volume

municipalities).



(c)) of the region will be, at least in the context of the evaluation of the waste management plan

the economy of the region, evaluate the municipal waste management system,

with mixed municipal waste, biodegradable wastes,

the management of packaging waste, hazardous and other wastes,

construction waste and end-of life products on its territory.

The system of separate collection of waste and waste material

usable folders. As part of this evaluation will be assessed

the capacity of the waste management system and the end-products

life and a proposed measures to improve. Also in the framework of the

the evaluation of the waste management plan of the County will evaluate network

equipment for waste management on the territory of the region. The region also

assess the fulfilment of the objectives and measures of the programme prevention

wastes that are part of the waste management plan of the region.



d) allocating all available tools and resources to ensure

implementation of the waste management plan of the region.



e) evaluates the fulfilment of the objectives set out in the waste management plan

the economy of the region.



f) Region handles message about the State of implementation of the waste management plan

the County, on a date once every two years to 15. November for the past

a two-year period. Based on the results of the proposed further measures for

support for its implementation.



(g)) the Ministry will use all available tools and resources to

ensure the performance of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic.



(h)) the Ministry evaluates the fulfilment of the objectives set out in the waste management Plan

the economy of the United States.



even in the context of the evaluation) the Ministry of the waste management plan of the Czech

States will evaluate the system of waste management on the territory of the United

States, the management of communal waste with mixed municipal

waste, biodegradable wastes, packaging

waste, hazardous and other waste, building waste and

end-of life products and other waste. The system will be evaluated

separate collection of waste and waste material usable folders.

As part of this evaluation will be assessed the capacity of the system

waste management and end-of life products and designed

measures for its improvement. The network device will be evaluated for the treatment of

wastes on the territory of the Czech Republic. It will also be assessed the fulfilment of the

the objectives and measures of the waste prevention Programme, which is part of the

The waste management plan of the Czech Republic.



j) the Ministry processes the message on the status of implementation of the waste management Plan

the economy of the United States, in the term every two years until 31 December 2006.

December, for the previous biennium. Based on the results of the proposed

other measures to support its implementation.



to) waste management discusses the proposed measures for the

promote the implementation of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic and

the Minister of the environment shall submit proposals for amendments to the plan

waste management of the United States and, where appropriate, suggestions for amendments to be

related laws and regulations.



1.8.2 Reviews the status of waste management and waste management Plan

the economy of the United States



To evaluate the status of waste management and waste management Plan

the economy of the United States, including waste prevention Program

The United States



and regularly evaluates the effectiveness of) the Ministry of the waste management Plan

the economy of the United Kingdom, the waste prevention Programme of the Czech

States and sets out the next steps.



(b) the Ministry evaluates the selected system) indicators, intended for

monitoring the implementation of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic and

The waste prevention programme of the Czech Republic, the status of waste management

the economy of the United States, and proposes a modification of this system

indicators.



(c)) the Ministry assesses the instruments used in waste management and

establishes the procedure of their application for waste management of the Czech

of the Republic.



1.8.3 System indicators to evaluate the status of waste management

The United States and the performance of the waste management plan of the Czech Republic

and plans of waste management regions



1.8.3.1 System indicators, waste management



Indicators are the basic indicators, which is continuously evaluated the status of the

and the development of waste management in the Czech Republic. They are used to

the level of the State, regions, or smaller territorial units and

the agents. Indicators allow you to monitor compliance with the objectives of the plans

waste management. The Ministry evaluates the system indicators

waste management and secures her update. The Ministry of

handles the calculation methodology the objectives of waste management plans and

It lays down the method for calculating each indicator. For calculations

waste management indicators will be used the data from the

the Ministry of information resources-waste management information system

economy, containing the data from the mandatory subjects according to the law on

waste and the Act of subscription products, and end-of life from

other departmental databases agendas.



The basic indicators of the system of indicators allow reviews waste management

economy at national and regional level and are linked to the objectives of the

listed in the binding part of the waste management plans. On the basis of

need it is possible to modify the system of waste management indicators

or extend additional supplementary indicators.



1.8.3.1.1 Draft principles of each indicator



System of indicators of waste management will be focused on four

the main areas in which it will be implemented and which will facilitate the management of the

waste management and without major changes to the methodologies for monitoring

indicators in the period under review.



This is the area of:



objectives Indicators)



Is used for continuous (two-year) evaluation of the implementation of the objectives set out

in the waste management plans both at the national and regional

level.



b) Descriptive indicators



Used to ongoing (annual) information about the status and development of fundamental

waste management indicators, both at the national and regional

level.



c) Data for waste management, crisis management, planning,

the development and promotion of waste management



These are the indicators used for monitoring tools that can be

When waste management at the national and the regional level used

and are focused in particular on the monitoring and evaluation of equipment for

the management of waste.



(d) Data-reporting) reporting



Is used for the fulfilment of reporting obligations on both the national and

international level.



1.2 ensure data base for the evaluation of waste management,

The waste management plan of the Czech Republic and waste management plans

the economy of regions



The data collection system:



It is appropriate to use such a registration system, and the system of data collection in the field

waste management, which allows to monitor developments and to set

trends in the area of waste management over longer time

intervals.



The system of data collection in the field of waste management will be set up,

to ensure data quality, reduced administrative burden

reporting, sped up the processing of the data and to reduce the rate of error in the data.

the Act on waste and the Act of subscription products with end-of-


life will be altered the system of record-keeping, reporting and data collection

in the area of waste management.



The central authority of State administration in the field of waste management and

the Central Administrative Office for the statistical service will ensure the collection of data

in the area of waste management in the future (2015-2024), the

covered by the waste management Plan of the Czech Republic.



Outputs from the record of waste and the data collected must ensure:



and Data for planning and) waste management at the country level,

provinces (or municipalities) and for the evaluation of the fulfilment of the objectives in the

waste management and waste management plans.



(b)) the Data for the evaluation of the obligations arising from the European directives and

Regulation, allowing to fulfill all the obligations of the Czech reportingové

States to all relevant European standards, questionnaires, survey

and international treaties in the area of waste.



c) supporting documents for the supervision of State administration and self-government in the area

waste management.



Measures to ensure that the evidence base for the evaluation of waste management

economy and the assessment of the waste management plan of the Czech

Republic and waste management plans of counties:



and data collection) to ensure that the waste within the competence of the central authority of the State

management in the field of waste management and the Central Administrative Office

for the statistical service.



(b)) to ensure the processing and evaluation of data on waste management in

the competence of the central body of State administration in the field of waste management

the economy and the Central Administrative Office for the statistical service.



Measures to ensure the quality of the data base of waste management:



and to streamline and optimize the system) for the collection and evaluation of data in the field

waste management.



(b)) to create a new data processing and evaluation methodology, ensuring

the real description of the status of waste management and meeting all

requirements for the data outputs (for example, monitoring of trends, management

sector, reporting, audit activity, etc.). In the methodology to take into account

statistical evaluation of the data and ensure the objectivity of the outputs.



(c)) to create a system of indicators and the methodology for their calculation for complex

evaluation of the waste, the waste management plan of the Czech

Republic and waste management plans. Basic indicators

realistically and objectively describe the status of waste management in the Czech Republic.

To set up a complete system of indicators will need to respect the

principles of tracking individual objectives of the binding part of the waste management plans

economy. Waste management indicators at the level of the United

States and districts will be evaluated annually. The Ministry will

on the basis of indicators to evaluate the implementation of the plan every two years

waste management in the Czech Republic and the region will be based on the

indicators to assess every two years the implementation of the regional plans

waste management.



(d) Clearly define the types of devices) and establish a methodology for

monitoring device for waste management, where appropriate, selected products

-life in the Czech Republic. It is necessary to clearly define the

each of the types of devices that are operated in the Czech Republic and

from the perspective of their activities (for example, hazardous waste incinerators,

plants, biogas plants, etc.). For this purpose will be issued a new

binding equipment Catalog. It is necessary to specify lists of currently

operated by the device. It is necessary to lay down for each type of device

the minimum technical and operational criteria. It is also necessary to define

the monitored indicators about the device (for example, type of technology,

operating capacity, design capacity, etc.). Linked to this is also

the range of waste management the evidence on these devices. It should also be

create and streamline the registration of installations for the recovery of biologically

biodegradable municipal waste (small equipment, community, municipal

plants, and so on).



(e) Establish indicators and methodology) the evaluation of the projects supported by the

from the resources of the State, the European Union (operational programme environment

2014-2020)



(f)) to provide uniform data output from the waste management information system

the economy of interested parties. Based on processed and

statistically validated primary data will be created standardized

output data on waste management for the Czech Republic, regions, municipalities with

extended powers, which will be provided to the parties concerned

electronically, or create a Web application that will allow the

users of basic indicators of waste management for

the selected site. In the area of take-back and handling of products with

end-of life will also be created a standardized data output for

The Czech Republic for individual commodities.



g) identify existing and, where appropriate, to initiate the collection of selected

economic indicators of the sector of waste management. For

processing of analytical documents and balance sheets, evaluation of the actual

the cost of waste management in municipalities where these data are needed

for the assessment of public support and functional assessment of the economic

instruments, it is necessary to ensure the regular monitoring of economic indicators

the waste management sector. It is necessary to ensure the collection of data and subsequent

evaluation of the economic indicators of waste management of municipalities and

other segments of waste management in the Czech Republic.



1) European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98/EC of 19 June 2000.

November 2008 on waste and repealing certain directives.



2) Commission decision 2011/753/EC of 18 June 2003. November 2011

introduces rules and calculation methods for the verification of compliance with the objectives of the

laid down in article 4(1). 11 (1) 2 of the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council

2008/98/EC.



3) Decree No. 341/2008 Coll., on details of the handling of the biological

degradable wastes.



4) Decree No. 381/2001 Coll., laying down the waste catalogue, list of

hazardous waste and waste lists and States for the purpose of export, import and

transit of waste and the procedure for granting consent for the export, import and

transit of waste (waste catalogue).



5) Decree No. 381/2001 Coll., laying down the waste catalogue, list of

hazardous waste and waste lists and States for the purpose of export, import and

transit of waste and the procedure for granting consent for the export, import and

transit of waste (waste catalogue).



6) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of 21 October 2003.

October 2009 laying down health rules for animal by-products

origin and derived products not intended for human consumption, and

repeal of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (the regulation for by-products

of animal origin).



7) of Commission Regulation (EU) No 142/2007 of 25 June. February 2011

performs a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) no 1069/2009 of the

health rules for animal by-products and

derived products not intended for human consumption, and the implementation of the

Council Directive 97/78/EC, with regard to certain patterns and subjects exempted

from veterinary checks at the border under that directive.



8) Decree No. 294/2005 Coll., on conditions for storing waste at landfills and

their use on the ground surface and change of Decree No. 381/2001 Coll., on the

the details of the waste facility, as amended.



9) section 47 of Act No. 200/1990 Coll. on offences, as amended

regulations.