Order On Deposits For And The Collection Etc. Of Packaging For Certain Beverages

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Overview (table of contents)
PART 1 Scope and definitions
Chapter 2 Deposits and general deposit requirements
Chapter 3 Take-back, etc.
Chapter 4 Requirements for return and collection percentage
Chapter 5 Registration for Danish Retursystem A / S
Chapter 6 Entering data into reverse vending machines
Chapter 7 Marking requirements
Chapter 8 Payment of deposits to Danish Retursystem A / S for disposable packaging
Chapter 9 Charges
Chapter 10 Calculation and setting of fees, etc.
Chapter 11 Statement and payment of fees
Chapter 12 providers, etc. sales accounts
Chapter 13 Statement of sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging
Chapter 14 Statement of sales, supplies and transfers of refillable packaging
Chapter 15 Statement of the quantities of refillable packaging
Chapter 16 The collection system and calculation of quantities of disposable
Chapter 17 Review the Company's statements for use by Danish Retursystem A / S
Chapter 18 Deposits from Danish Retursystem A / S of collected disposable packaging
Chapter 19 Handling remuneration
Chapter 20 Investment grants etc.
Chapter 21 Compactors, central control units and other equipment
Chapter 22 Danish Retursystem A / S
Chapter 23 Review Company
Chapter 24 Budget, accounting and auditing, etc. for Danish Retursystem A / S
Chapter 25 Transfer of Danish Retursystem A / S 'shares and assets to the state
Chapter 26 Administrative rules
Chapter 27 Monitoring and control
Chapter 28 Decisions and appeals
Chapter 29 Penalties
Chapter 30 Commencement and transitional provisions
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7
The full text
Order on deposits for and the collection etc. of packaging for some beverages 1)
Pursuant to § 9 paragraph. 1-4, § 9 a paragraph. 1-3, § 9c. 2, § 9 e, paragraph. 4, § 9 f paragraph. 2, § 53 paragraph. 1-3 and 5, § 53 a paragraph. 1 and 2, § 55 c paragraph. 1 and 2, § 56 paragraph. 3, § 67, § 80 paragraph. 1-3, § 88. 1-3, and § 110, paragraph. 3 and 4 of the Environmental Protection Act, cf.. Consolidated Act no. 1757 of 22 December 2006 as amended by Law no. 172 and Law no. 173 of 12 March 2008:
Chapter 1
Scope of the Order and definitions
§ 1. This Order covers packaging of a capacity of less than 20 liters for the following drinks:



1) Beer, see. § 1, no. 2, point a of the Act on duty on certain packaging, bags, disposable tableware and PVC foils and the regulation appendix 1
2) Mineral water, lemonade and other drinks containing carbon dioxide (carbonated mineral water), see. § 1, no. 2, point b of the Act on duty on certain packaging, bags, disposable tableware and PVC foils and the regulation appendix 1.
3) Mixtures of non-alcoholic beverages and spirits (spirit-based alcopops), see. § 1, no. 2, point c of the Act on duty on certain packaging, bags, disposable tableware and PVC foils and the regulation appendix 1
4) Other fermented beverages mm (including fermented alcopops (wine-, fruit wine- and malt-based)), see. § 1, no. 2, letter d of the Act on duty on certain packaging, bags, disposable tableware and PVC foils, and this Order Annex 1
5) mineral water, lemonade, iced tea and other drinks that are immediately ready to drink and non-carbonated (non-carbonated mineral water, lemonade, iced tea, etc.) laid. § 1, no. 2, point e of the Act on tax on certain packaging, bags, disposable tableware and PVC foils and the regulation appendix 1


PCS. 2. Unless otherwise expressly specified, Order no:



1) Kegs.
2) Plastic containers with a capacity of over 10 liters of mineral water, which is non-carbonated and water.
3) Cardboard packaging, including laminates consisting of cardboard and other materials.
4) Transport packaging, including crates, pallets and trays.


§ 2. For the purposes of this Order:



1) account fee: average fee within each deposit and material group paid for the supply of deposit labels.

2) Catalog: economic operator selling beverages to consumers for consumption elsewhere, including intermediaries with a fixed establishment from which marketed a wide range of groceries.
3) Distributor: central warehouse or similar activities that further distribution of packaged beverages to its own stores or receives empty beverage packaging from these stores and which are not simultaneously intermediary.
4) Beverages: Products covered by § 1. 1.
5) EAN barcode: an EAN barcode symbol is used for electronic identification of a product's GTIN.
6) Packaging: disposable packaging and refillable packaging for beverages covered by the Order.
7) Type of packaging: Packaging for beverages that are made of the same material and having the same volume, outer diameter, height, and shape.
8) Disposable packaging: beverage packaging by the manufacturer or importer is registered Danish Retursystem A / S as disposable packaging, or which are not intended for reuse by refilling.
9) Recycling: recovery as defined in the Order on waste apart from the forms and methods listed in R 1, R 12 and R 13, see. Annex 6 B, in the same order.
10) Re: Any operation by which packaging, which is designed in its life cycle a minimum number of times refilled or reused for the same purpose for which it was conceived, with or without the support of auxiliary products present on the market, and which allows refilling of the package. Reused packaging will become packaging waste when it can no longer be reused.
11) Refillable packaging: Packaging for beverages by the manufacturer or importer is registered Danish Retursystem A / S as refillable packaging with the exceptions resulting from the rules in the notice or packaging in the form of packaging intended for reuse by refilling.
12) GTIN: Global Trade Item Number, formerly EAN number. A number with 8 or 13 digits, consisting of a GTIN prefix (country code), an enterprise reference number, an item reference number and a check digit for the identification of the individual items. A GTIN-12 (formerly UPC article number) can be used instead of a GTIN.
13) Handling remuneration: payment for sorting and preparation of packaging that comes under the rules of the Order.
14) Importer: that this country packaged beverages into marketing purposes.
15) Collection Fee: A fee that covers the variable and fixed costs associated with collection of one disposable and costs associated with the administration of deposit accounts.
16) Collection equipment: plastic bags, plastic box, pallet container, or else that of Danish Retursystem A / S for use for the collection of empty packaging waste.
17) Preparation: Filling and labeling of Danish Retursystem A / S 'collection materials for disposable packaging in accordance with Danish Retursystem A / S' instructions, including separation of disposable packaging material categories, see. § 65 paragraph. 2 and 3.
18) Logistics fee: A fee that covers the variable and fixed costs associated with packaging sold, supplied or transferred to stores.
19) Marketing: Any kind of commercial use such. sale, supply, transfer or offering for sale including a store, from mobile stores or at festivals, in auction houses, via the Internet, etc.
20) Material Category: Aluminum, steel, plastic or glass.
21) Intermediary: Wholesaler or another, which is not a store, and markets beverages to stores, distributors, returns recipients or other intermediaries.
22) Deposit label: Self-adhesive label with deposit mark, deposit code and material specification or a self-adhesive label with deposit mark, deposit code, material specification and EAN barcode and GTIN.
23) Pant Group: Disposable packaging levied same deposit.
24) Deposit code: a code included as part of the marking of disposable packaging. The deposit code acts as a security code for payment of the correct deposit.
25) Deposit mark: A mark symbolizes that the disposable packaging included in the deposit and return system for recycling. The deposit mark consists of an arrow logo with two arrows and the word mortgage in combination with the letters A, B or C, whereas the deposit amount a disposable package carrier.
26) Primary marking: Marking of disposable packaging by direct printing on packaging or onto the primary label.

27) Manufacturer: Whoever in this country manufactures or bottles beverages in packaging for marketing purposes.
28) Product type: Packaging for beverages with the same GTIN.
29) Sorting: placing of empty refillable packaging in the corresponding boxes or trays of the same bottle size for the same manufacturer or importer for collection, where same bottle size means a bottle of the same volume, outer diameter and height and of the same material.
30) Returns recipient: Traders who take mortgage bearing disposable return.
31) Auditing company: The § 100 mentioned registered or chartered accountant who has entered into an agreement with Danish Retursystem A / S.
32) Sales group: group of disposable packaging for beverages, which are of the same material and with the same volume content paid the same fees for group of refillable packaging of the same return group paid the same fee, or group of disposables, which belongs same mortgage group and is of the same material, are paid the same account fee for.
33) Secondary marking: Marking of disposable packaging by the application of self-adhesive deposit label supplied by Danish Retursystem A / S.
34) Provider: manufacturer, importer or intermediary.
35) Other operators: Person or business, whether it is VAT registered or not, which markets beverage packaging covered by the Order on a fixed establishment from mobile stores or at festivals, in auction houses, via the Internet, etc., which are not covered by the definitions in the no. 2, 3, 14, 21, 27 or 30


Chapter 2
Deposits and general deposit requirements
§ 3. Anyone who markets packaging containing beverages shall the sale, supply or transfer charge a deposit for packaging. This does not apply for the marketing of packaging containing beverages registered according to § 14
PCS. 2. The deposit provided on the recommendation of the trade associations for beer and soft drink producers represent (including VAT) following the meaning. However, § 4:






1)


For plastic packaging of 50 cl:


1,50 kr.



2)


For refillable glass packaging over 50 cl., Including Danish Standard DS 53 1967 beer bottle of 70 cl:


3,00 kr.



3)


For other packages not exceeding 99 cl:


1,00 kr.



4)


For packaging of 99 cl:


3,00 kr.





§ 4. If the purchase price of a refillable packaging including mortgage or deposit to the product or packaging supplier exceeds the in § 3, paragraph. 2, fixed mortgage rates, notify the Environmental Protection Agency on application to raise the deposit as indicated in Nos. 1-3, cf.. However paragraph. 2 and 3:



1) If the purchase price of the package is greater than or equal to 5 kr. (Including VAT) and less than 10 kr. (Including VAT), the deposit shall be for 5 kr. (Including VAT).
2) If the purchase price of the package is greater than or equal to 10 kr. (Including VAT) and less than 30 kr. (Including VAT), the deposit shall be for 10 kr. (Including VAT).
3) If the purchase price of the package is greater than or equal to 30 kr. (Including VAT), the deposit shall be for 30 kr. (Including VAT).


PCS. 2. It is a condition of the granting of permission to use deposit rates by paragraph. 1, the manufacturer or importer using a special EAN barcode assigned to the manufacturer or importer of Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 3. It is also a condition for the application of the special deposit rates in accordance paragraph. 1, the manufacturer or importer on the packaging informs about the authorization to use the special mortgage rate. The Environmental Protection Agency may lay claim to the extent of the information and design.
§ 5. It is a condition for payment of deposits for disposable packaging that




1) disposable packaging is registered Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 10 and § 15
2) the disposable packaging meets the marking requirements as specified in § 20, see. Annex 2, and
3) the EAN barcode or deposit code can be read electronically. See also § 71.


Chapter 3
Take-back, etc.
§ 6. The applicant has sold, supplied or transferred packaging containing beverages shall take the packaging back and pay the then-current mortgage to that return the package if the following conditions are satisfied. However paragraph. 2:



1) Refillable packaging: Refillable packaging must be taken back if it corresponds to the sold, supplied or transferred packaging types or can be placed in crates and trays as sorted with the sold, supplied or transferred packaging.
2) Disposable packaging: stores shall accept disposable packaging back if it is of the same material, which they sold, supplied or transferred disposable packaging. Others who sell, supply or transfer beverages shall accept the disposable packaging back what they have sold, issued or transferred.


PCS. 2. The obligation to accept back disposable packaging and pay the deposit does not apply to providers whose disposable packaging is marked in accordance with the rules of this Order. The obligation to take back and repay deposits for disposable packaging from registered returns recipients incumbent Danish Retursystem A / S, the disposable packaging is marked in accordance with the rules of this Order.
PCS. 3. Stores are required to take all kinds of disposable packaging back and repay deposits for this, if the store has a central control unit installed and has received grants for efficiency or investment grants under one of the following orders:



- § 42 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 on deposits and collection. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks,
- § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 on deposits on and collection of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks,
- § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24 April 2008 on deposits on and collection of packaging for certain beverages or
- § 78 of this Order.


§ 7. Manufacturers and importers who sell refillable packaging covered by the Order shall ensure that the refillable packaging subject to a deposit and return system where the packaging is collected in the corresponding boxes and trays from the producer or importer has sold packaging, for the purpose of returning the package for re-use.
PCS. 2. Producers and importers who accept back refillable packaging, to ensure that packaging is recovered in the form of material recycling when the packaging is no longer reused.
Chapter 4
Requirements for return and collection percentage
§ 8. Producers and importers who sell refillable packaging covered by the Order to ensure a return ratio of at least 98.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, within the framework laid down for the company's activities in this order, ensuring that the overall collection rate for disposable packaging by 1 January 2013 at least 95.
PCS. 3. For packaging marketed in accordance with § 14, the manufacturer or importer must document a collection rate of at least 98.
Chapter 5
Registration for Danish Retursystem A / S
Registration of providers
§ 9. Providers must be registered Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 2. Manufacturers and importers must register Danish Retursystem A / S no later than simultaneously with the registration of packaging according to § 10 paragraph. 1-3 and § 14 paragraph. 3 - 5. Intermediaries must register at least simultaneously with marketing packaging.
PCS. 3. Registration must be done by filling in a form, designed by Danish Retursystem A / S. There must be disclosed following the registration:



1) the supplier's commercial status as producer, importer or intermediary
2) the name, address, telephone number and any fax number and e-mail address
3) bank account to which the refund of excess paid the mortgage, etc. can happen and
4) the supplier's company registration number, if the seller is a legal entity, as well as the provider's Social Security number, if the company is personally run.


PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S shall issue a certificate of registration which shall contain the information provider on registration.
Registration of packaging

§ 10. Manufacturers and importers must register each product and packaging type covered by the Order, as proposed to be marketed in Denmark to Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 2. Producers must register product and packaging types in accordance with paragraph. 1 4 weeks before the first time expect to market the product and packaging type in Denmark, see. However, § 14
PCS. 3. Importers must register product and packaging types in accordance with paragraph. 1 no later than four weeks before the first commercial import of the relevant product and packaging type, cf.. However, § 14
PCS. 4. register by filling out a form, designed by Danish Retursystem A / S. See however § 14. There shall disclose the following about the packaging registration:



1) the product name on the packaging and a description of the contents of the packaging
2) volume
3) weight
4) material
5) color,
6) dimensions and
7) GTIN.


PCS. 5. If different product names for the same product or packaging type, discloses all product names on registration, see. However, § 14
PCS. 6. Where a new product name in use for an already registered product or packaging type, disclosed the product name within 6 months after the commissioning of Danish Retursystem A / S. See however § 14.
PCS. 7. In connection with registration in accordance with paragraph. 1, producers or importers at the request of Danish Retursystem A / S enclose up to 10 copies of the packaging, see. However, § 14
§ 11. In connection with the registration in accordance with § 10 must indicate whether the manufacturer or importer intends to market the packaging as disposable packaging or refillable packaging, cf.. However, § 16
§ 12. For packaging registered as disposable packaging, cf.. § 11, the manufacturer or importer shall also provide information on whether using primary or secondary labeling, packaging, see. § 20.
PCS. 2. The manufacturer or importer must submit documentation to the Danish Retursystem A / S for the disposable packaging is marked in accordance with the marking requirements of § 20 paragraph. 3 or 4.
PCS. 3. If the manufacturer or importer uses secondary marking, the manufacturer or importer indicate whether the notification of the sale, supply or transfer will take place according to § 55 paragraph. 1 or 2.
§ 13. For packaging registered as refillable packaging, cf.. § 11, the manufacturer and the importer upon registration submit documentation to the Danish Retursystem A / S for the packaging that the producer and importer intend to market, part of a deposit and return for recycling, see. § 7 and that this deposit and return system is suitable for achieving the in § 8 paragraph. 1, required return rate.
PCS. 2. If the Danish Retursystem A / S did not find that it is sufficiently established that a packaging registered as refillable packaging, included in a deposit and return system for recycling the packaging, or the deposit and return system is suitable to achieve in § 8 paragraph. 1, required return rate, take Danish Retursystem A / S ruling and register the packaging as disposable packaging.
§ 14. Marketing of more than 1,000 pieces beverage packaging covered by the Order may, notwithstanding § 10 made in accordance with paragraph. 3-6 in hotels or in restaurants where the following conditions are met:



1) there is a product which has not been marketed in Denmark within the last 12 months and
2) occurs only consumption point of sale.


PCS. 2. Distribution of samples of more than 1,000 pieces beverage packaging covered by the Order may, notwithstanding § 10 made in accordance with paragraph. 3-6 when the following conditions are met:



1) there is a product, the manufacturer or importer has not marketed in Denmark within the last 12 months
2) are not going on a sale and
3) the product is decanted into glass, cup or goblet.


PCS. 3. The manufacturer or importer must for Danish Retursystem A / S sign each product covered by the Order, as proposed to be marketed under subsection. 1 or 2 in Denmark.
PCS. 4. Producers must register product types in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 up to 2 weeks before they first expect to market the product in Denmark. Importers must register product types in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 within 2 weeks before the first commercial import of that product.

PCS. 5. Registration must be done by filling in a form, designed by Danish Retursystem A / S. There must disclose the following about the packaging registration:



1) the product name on the packaging and a description of the contents of the packaging
2) volume
3) weight
4) material
5) color,
6) dimensions
7) GTIN, if available, and
8) locations where the product is marketed under subsection. 1 or 2.


PCS. 6. On which markets product types in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2, has a duty to ensure that the packaging is refilled or recovered in the form of material recycling, see. § 7. The Environmental Protection Agency may demand to see evidence that this has happened.
§ 15. Within one week of receipt of the in §§ 10-14 information and documentation referred acknowledges Danish Retursystem A / S of receipt. Danish Retursystem A / S shall communicate simultaneously on disposable packaging complying with the marking requirements of this Order, cf.. However, § 14
PCS. 2. If the packaging complies with the marking requirements of this Order, Danish Retursystem A / S no later than 4 weeks after receipt of the paragraph. 1 information and documentation referred for confirmation. The manufacturer or importer must not market the packaging immediately upon receipt of this confirmation.
PCS. 3. If the packaging does not comply with the marking requirements of this Order, Danish Retursystem A / S shall not provide final confirmation that the marking requirements are met, 3 weeks after receipt of information and documentation showing that the packaging meets the requirements for labeling under this Order. The manufacturer or importer must not market the packaging before receiving final confirmation that the packaging meets the marking requirements of this Order.
PCS. 4. While the confirmation in paragraph. 2 and 3 gives Danish Retursystem A / S manufacturer or importer of the deposit for the packaging, labeling category, size of the logistics fee to be paid to the Danish Retursystem A / S for each packaging and for each disposable packaging size of the collection fee to be paid to Danish Retursystem A / S. Furthermore Danish Retursystem A / S of the sales group, the mortgage group and returns group, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 2, which the packaging belongs.
PCS. 5. By the confirmation from the Danish Retursystem A / S. See paragraph. 2 and 3, input Danish Retursystem A / S relevant data on packaging in the returns recipients' machines.
Registration on legalization accordance with § 111 a. 3
§ 16. On legalization of packaging that has been confiscated or taken into storage pursuant to § 111 a. 1 and 2, see. Paragraph. 3, sign Danish Retursystem A / S the party from whom the packaging was taken into storage or confiscated, or another who demonstrates entitlement to them, to the Danish Retursystem A / S solely for use in legalization.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S On legalization of packaging that has been confiscated or taken into storage pursuant to § 111 a. 1 and 2, see. Paragraph. 3 packages for Danish Retursystem A / S as disposable packaging.
Registration for the collection of disposable packaging, handling remuneration and investment subsidies
§ 17. Stores, distributors, importers, traders, producers, returns recipients and other traders can register for the Danish Retursystem A / S for the collection etc. of disposable see. § 63. Stores can register with Danish Retursystem A / S for the payment of handling remuneration,. § 74, and the receipt of investment grants as mentioned. § 78.
PCS. 2. register by filling out a form, designed by Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 3. Registration must provide the following:



1) name, address, telephone number and any fax number and e-mail address
2) name of the employee responsible for receiving returns,
3) bank account into which deposits can be repaid and any handling remuneration and investment subsidies can be paid,
4) GLN (Global Location Number, formerly EAN location number), if available,
5) CVR number if the enrollee company is a legal entity, as well as the enrollee's Social Security number, if the company is personally run,
6) number of RVM and type, if held and
7) number of packages that the enrollee has received back the last 12 months.



PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S shall issue a certificate of registration which shall contain the information store, distributor, importer, intermediary, producer, returns recipient or other business operators on registration.
§ 18. Danish Retursystem A / S may agree with festivals, sporting events, etc., which are sold or consumed beverages to collect disposable packaging from these events. In these cases must also happen registration for the Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 2. When registering after paragraph. 1 shall give the following information:



1) name, address, telephone number and any fax number and e-mail address
2) name of the employee responsible for receiving returns,
3) bank account into which deposits repaid
4) GLN, if available,
5) CVR number, if available, and a social security number for the charge of the event and
6) number of packs expected to be returned in the event.


Chapter 6
Entering data into reverse vending machines
§ 19. Danish Retursystem A / S is responsible for entering data for registered packaging from the companies that have a central control unit installed and which has a reverse vending machine installed.
Chapter 7
Requirements
Marking requirements for disposable packaging
§ 20. Disposable products marketed in this country must be for purposes of recovery and repayment of deposits be marked with a deposit mark etc., see. § 24 paragraph. 1 and Annex 2. This does not even packaging placed on the market according to § 14 paragraph. 1 and 2.
PCS. 2. Disposable packaging, kept in a store or at a store stock, either the same location as the store or within a radius of 1 km from the store shall be marked with a deposit mark etc., see. § 24 paragraph. 1 and Annex 2.
PCS. 3. The labeling can be done by printing directly onto the disposable packaging or onto its primary label (primary marking), cf.. § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and 2 and Annex 2.
PCS. 4. The labeling can also be done by applying a self-adhesive deposit label on the disposable packaging manufactured and supplied by Danish Retursystem A / S (secondary marking), see. § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 4 and Annex 2.
PCS. 5. It is not permitted to mark the deposit label, deposit code or deposit mark, unless the packaging is registered Danish Retursystem A / S as disposable packaging, cf.. §§ 10-12 and § 15
§ 21. The deposit mark included in both the primary and secondary labeling referred to. § 20 paragraph. 3 and 4 may only be used on disposable packaging covered by this Order, see. § 1.
§ 22. Danish Retursystem A / S is responsible for the technical design of the deposit labels referred to in § 20 paragraph. 4, see. Annex 2.
PCS. 2. It is not permitted to undertake secondary marking of disposable packaging according to § 20 paragraph. 4, with other deposit labels than those of Danish Retursystem A / S produced and supplied.
§ 23. A manufacturer or importer who has received deposit labels from Danish Retursystem A / S for a particular product or packaging type must not supply, sell or otherwise transfer these to others.
PCS. 2. If the deposit labels are used, they can be returned to the Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 28
§ 24. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, on the basis of the information provided on registration, decide how disposable packaging to labeling in. Annex 2. Producers and importers shall undertake marking on one of the following ways:



1) Marking category 1: Direct printing of the full mark on the packaging or its primary label. The marking shall consist of a deposit mark, a deposit code, EAN barcode and a GTIN is used globally. The marking shall be as described and illustrated in Annex 2.
2) Marking category 2: Direct printing of the full mark on the packaging or its primary label. The marking shall consist of a deposit mark, a deposit code, EAN barcode and a GTIN approved solely for sale on the Danish market. EAN barcode and GTIN the manufacturer or importer himself request from the relevant GS1 organization prior to registration pursuant to § 10 of Danish Retursystem A / S. The marking shall be as described and illustrated in Annex 2.

3) Marking category 3: Application of a self-adhesive deposit label on the packaging in which the EAN barcode and GTIN, worldwide use, printed directly or on the packaging's primary label. The marking shall consist of a deposit label with a deposit mark, a deposit code, a material specification as well as on the packaging or its primary label applied globally used EAN barcode and GTIN. The marking shall be as described and illustrated in Annex 2.
4) Marking category 4: Application of a self-adhesive deposit label on the packaging no EAN barcode and GTIN on the packaging or its primary label. The marking shall consist of a deposit label with a deposit mark, a deposit code, a material specification and an EAN barcode and a GTIN approved solely for the Danish market and Danish Retursystem A / S shall assign the producer or importer registration. The marking shall be as described and illustrated in Annex 2.


PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S in connection with the choice of marking category require the deposit mark and deposit code to be placed elsewhere on the packaging than described in Annex 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall in such cases take a decision within 2 weeks after receipt of the in §§ 10-12 above documentation.
§ 25. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, in connection with registration in accordance with § 10 and § 14, see. § 12 manufacturers and importers do not use the same EAN barcode and GTIN approved solely for the Danish market.
PCS. 2. A producer or importer wishing to alter his registration of a packaging or product from disposable to refillable packaging or vice versa, change the EAN barcode and GTIN by the change.
PCS. 3. A producer or importer wishing to alter his registration of a packaging or product type between marking category 2 and marking category 4 shall change the EAN barcode and GTIN by the change.
§ 26. Danish Retursystem A / S shall issue against payment of the mortgage and the cost required for printing the deposit labels, self-adhesive deposit labels to producers and importers in accordance with § 9 and § 10 have signed up and the disposable packaging with Danish Retursystem A / S .
PCS. 2. The deposit labels supplied in closed, sealed boxes with minimum 500 pieces to that in § 3, paragraph. 2, said mortgage.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S issues by a dated receipt to the manufacturer or importer.
PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S shall keep accounts with deposit labels, and to whom they have been supplied.
§ 27. The deposit labels is canceled prior to their delivery, the manufacturer or importer who has ordered the deposit labels, the direct costs of printing the deposit labels to Danish Retursystem A / S.
§ 28. Return of unused deposit labels to Danish Retursystem A / S can be made until 12 months after the purchase of the deposit labels. Restitution can only be done by the manufacturer or importer insolvency or cessation of marketing of the product in Denmark. Danish Retursystem A / S may require proper documentation for the reason for the return.
PCS. 2. Restitution may also be effected by changes made in the mortgage labels' appearance and function or alteration of deposit, see. § 3, up to 12 months after conversion to a new deposit label.
PCS. 3. Restitution may also take place for unsold stock, or up to 12 months after marking, if the importer or producer has an error marking.
PCS. 4. It is a condition for the return after paragraph. 3 that is destroyed by the content of disposable packaging by Danish Retursystem A / S or under the supervision of the Danish Retursystem A / S. The manufacturer or importer shall bear the cost of destruction and Danish Retursystem A / S 'supervision.
PCS. 5. In connection with the return of unused deposit labels in accordance with paragraph. 1 reimburse Danish Retursystem A / S the nominal mortgage amounts and any deposit account fees, see. § 49 and § 50, corresponding to the returned number of deposit labels less printing costs, to the person who originally ordered and received deposit labels or any trustee or receiver.
PCS. 6. In connection with the return of unused deposit labels in accordance with paragraph. 2 and 3 repays Danish Retursystem A / S the total mortgage amount, printing costs and to any deposit account fees, see. § 49 and § 50, to the person who originally ordered and received deposit labels or to a trustee or receiver.
Labelling Requirements for legalization in accordance with § 111 a. 3

§ 29. On legalization for confiscation or storage of packaging in accordance with § 111 a. 3, manufactures and delivers Danish Retursystem A / S a special legalization deposit label, cf.. Annex 2, section 10, when the party from whom the packaging was taken into storage or confiscated, or another who demonstrates entitlement to those requests legalization of the packages.
PCS. 2. The legalization deposit label has a special graphic design and consists of a deposit mark, a deposit code, a material specification and an EAN barcode and a GTIN that is specifically selected by Danish Retursystem A / S for use in legalization situations.
PCS. 3. Label with legalization deposit label must be as described in Annex 2. Danish Retursystem A / S in connection with the choice of marking category require the deposit mark and deposit code to be placed elsewhere on the packaging than described in Annex 2.
§ 30. Legalisation deposit labels, cf.. § 29, may number only ordered corresponding to the number of containers that have been seized or detained.
PCS. 2. Legalisation deposit labels can not be reimbursed in accordance with § 28 because adhesion of these is a condition for the release of packaging following confiscation or conservation, see. Act § 111 a. 3.
PCS. 3. Deposit marking should always be performed by Danish Retursystem A / S, which, prior to delivery of the packages that have been seized or detained, shall ensure that the marking has been listed in § 29 paragraph. 3.
Chapter 8
Payment of deposits to Danish Retursystem A / S for disposable packaging
§ 31. Producers and importers shall pay a deposit to Danish Retursystem A / S for each disposable packaging labeled in accordance with this Order, and marketed in Denmark or exported.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall collect every 4 week deposits from producers and importers on the basis of the inventory audit company in accordance. § 100, sent to the Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 70 paragraph. 3 referred to. However, § 32.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S sends the collection of payment of the deposit within 2 weeks after that made an inventory of the number of disposable packaging by the audit company in accordance. § 100, spread over mortgage groups to be paid the mortgage for. The statement sent to the manufacturer or importer of the collection.
§ 32. Producers and importers wishing to use self-adhesive deposit labels in connection with the marking of disposable packaging shall pay a deposit to the Danish Retursystem A / S on delivery of the deposit labels, cf.. § 26.
Chapter 9
charges
Registration fee
§ 33. On registration of one or more new packaging or product types, the producer and importer shall pay a fee of 2,000 kr. To Danish Retursystem A / S. This does not apply to packaging registered according to § 14 paragraph. 3-5. The fee of 2,000 kr. Also applies to registrations of new packaging or product types that are subsequently made in the calendar year referred. However paragraph. 4.
PCS. 2. The fee is to cover all or part Danish Retursystem A / S's costs for registration of the packaging GTIN, technical specifications, ongoing database maintenance, technical advice of the manufacturer and importer and adjustment of reverse vending machines at returns recipients.
PCS. 3. It is a condition of supply of deposit labels and adjustment of reverse vending machines in accordance with § 19, the Danish Retursystem A / S has received the following paragraphs. 1 required registration fee.
PCS. 4. There is always charged an enrollment fee of legalization in accordance with § 111 a. 3, even if the party from whom the packaging was taken into storage or confiscated, or another who demonstrates entitlement to them, within the same calendar year has paid a registration fee to the system after paragraph. 1 or in the same calendar year or has undertaken legalization of packaging following confiscation or storage.
Logistics fee
§ 34. Producers and importers shall pay a logistics fee to Danish Retursystem A / S for each package with drinks that they sell, supply or transfer to shops and to distributors or middlemen who resell the package to shops. This does not apply to packaging containing beverages marketed according to § 14 paragraph. 1 or 2.

§ 35. The logistics fee to cover expenses that Danish Retursystem A / S under the Act and regulations in this Order, see. § 90, no. 1-9, 11-14, 17-19 and 23, as well as amounts for corporation do not relate to in § 91 paragraph. 2, no. 5, said tax expense and the amounts paid as dividends on the company's subscribed share capital, cf.. § 95. The costs are included in the logistics fee unless the costs are covered by deposits credited as income pursuant to § 91 paragraph. 2.
Collection fee
§ 36. Producers and importers who market disposable packaging containing beverages shall pay a collection fee to the Danish Retursystem A / S for each disposable packaging that they sell, supply or transfer of the Danish market. This does not even packaging containing beverages marketed according to § 14 paragraph. 1 and 2.
§ 37. The collection fee shall cover the annual expenses that Danish Retursystem A / S under the Act and regulations in this Order for deposit administration and collection etc. of registered disposable packaging, cf.. § 90, no. 10, 13, 14, 17-20 and 23, and the corporation as stated in § 91 paragraph. 2, no. 5. The costs are included in the collection fee for disposable packaging laid down under the guidelines in Annex 4, unless the costs are covered by deposits credited as income pursuant to § 91 paragraph. 2.
Administration fee for handling remuneration
§ 38. Stores that are registered Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 17 which receive handling remuneration,. § 74, pay an annual fee of 500 kr. To Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 2. By entering the Danish Retursystem A / S after the date of the annual collection, is made a proportionate deduction from the fee for the elapsed time.
§ 39. The fee shall be used to cover all or part of the Danish Retursystem A / S's costs for registration and maintenance of information about each store, processing of reported sales and return quantities from suppliers and distributors for each store and calculation of the store's handling remuneration and payment of this.
Chapter 10
Calculation and setting of fees, etc.
General
§ 40. Fees according to § 34 and § 36 set by Danish Retursystem A / S and must be approved by the Environmental Protection Agency,. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency may decide that the fees in accordance with § 34 and § 36 instead set by the Agency in accordance with this notice.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall not later than 1 November each year, all providers Communication on the sizes of the in this Order mentioned fees will be effective from the next new year. Danish Retursystem A / S shall also, upon request, notify stores, distributors, returns recipients and other traders.
PCS. 4. Fees set specifically for a particular type of packaging, see. § 44 paragraph. 4 and 5 are only notified to the importer or manufacturer and published otherwise not.
PCS. 5. Danish Retursystem A / S and the auditing company shall upon request from the EPA provide any information and to commission studies and calculations deemed necessary in order to determine and approve the fees and create and approve sales groups.
§ 41. In calculating the fee rates for a sales group included income from fees and interest and any other income attributable to the sales team.
§ 42. Danish Retursystem A / S shall assess whether a financial year for each material category set. Annex 4, are paid too little or too much in collection fees, including account collection fee in relation to the costs listed in Annex 4. Previous years possible surplus or deficit for each material category included in the calculation of the collection fee rates for the next budget period. Profits and losses are distributed on all disposable packaging within the material category.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall assess whether a financial year for each returns group, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 1, are paid too little or too much in logistics fees, including account logistics fee, compared to the cost of handling fees and streamlining previous years any surplus or deficit for each returns group included in the calculation of the logistics fee rates for the next budget period. Profits and losses are distributed across all packaging within the return group.
Calculation of logistics fees

§ 43. For refillable packaging is calculated logistics fee within each of returns groups 1-3 referred to in § 74 paragraph. 2. For all disposable packaging sold, supplied and transferred to stores, established logistics fee within each of returns groups 4-6 referred to in § 74 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The cost of handling fees to stores distributed between returns groups, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 2, according to the guidelines in Annex 3. Administrative expenditure of handling fees distributed among all packages by number. Control costs with sorting divided between all refillable packaging by number. Control costs with the preparation of disposable packaging shall be shared between all disposable packaging by number.
PCS. 3. Cost of investment subsidies paid in accordance with § 78 of this Order, § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24 April 2008 on deposits on and collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages and § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 . February 2007 on deposits for and the collection etc. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks and the administration thereof, shall be distributed between refillable packaging and disposable packaging sold, supplied or transferred to stores by number, if costs are not covered by deposits credited as income, see. § 91 paragraph. 2, no. 1
PCS. 4. Costs for tests and analyzes of the costs of sorting refillable packaging divided between all refillable packaging sold, supplied or transferred to stores. Costs for tests and analyzes of the costs of the preparation of disposable packaging shall be shared between disposable packaging sold, supplied or transferred to stores by number.
PCS. 5. Costs over and above that resulting from paragraph. 2-4, and expenses relating to the registration of packaging types and product types where the costs are only partly covered by the in § 33; entry fee and administrative expenses in connection with the registered shops where cost is only partially covered over in § 38; administration fee, divided equally between all packaging sold, supplied or transferred to stores by number.
PCS. 6. The cost of paying dividends on the company's subscribed share capital, cf.. § 95, divided equally between all packaging sold, supplied or transferred to stores by number.
PCS. 7. The specific distribution of other costs between disposable packaging and refillable packaging approved by the Environmental Protection Agency in connection with the approval of the logistics fee set. § 40.
Calculation of collection fees
§ 44. The collection fee is calculated for disposable packaging with the same volume capacity within each of the following material categories: aluminum, steel, plastic and glass.
PCS. 2. For disposable packaging because of technical limitations, including packaging dimensions relative to the reverse vending machine opening, can not be returned via a reverse vending machine or is otherwise technically problematic to handle the Danish Retursystem A / S's counting terminals can be an individual calculation collection fee provided. Annex 4.
PCS. 3. There must also be calculated a new collection fee within a material category with the same volume, if special circumstances means that for one or more packages are significant economic differences with the other packages within the same category.
PCS. 4. If new disposable packaging between the annual approvals of fees, cf.. § 40, the collection fee for the new disposable determined by Danish Retursystem A / S to the following principles:



1) The newly registered disposable packaging shall be placed in an existing collection fee in the current material category. Shall be the collection fee, closest to the actual packaging volume when rounded up.
2) If disposable packaging for example. because of the package weight or volume does not fit under an already approved fee, see. no. 1, calculate and set Danish Retursystem A / S a new collection fee for the disposable packaging. This calculation must follow guidelines in Annex 4.


PCS. 5. If disposable packaging of materials other than those mentioned in paragraph. 1, the Danish Retursystem A / S establish new material categories. The collection fee is calculated and determined in this case the lines of the paragraph. 4, no. 2.
Calculation of account fees

§ 45. An account logistics fee is calculated once a year. The fee is a weighted fee calculated on the basis of Danish Retursystem A / S's assessment, within each category of material, the proportion of all disposable packaging which has been returned from shops and other returns recipients during the period 1 July last year to 30 June of the year in which the fee is set. The fee approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
PCS. 2. An account collection fee is calculated once a year for each sales group advance payment fee, as a weighted fee based on Danish Retursystem A / S's assessment of how many disposable packaging taken back within each sales group advance payment fee , from 1 July last year to 30 June of the year in which the fee is set.
Setting of logistics and collection fees
§ 46. The rates for logistics and collection fees in accordance with § 34 and § 36 are set annually, so that for each sales group continuously seeks balance between the revenues and the costs associated with each sales group.
PCS. 2. The fee rates are revised in the budget referred to. § 107, and otherwise as necessary based on the actual and the expected future development in the fee operative activities and costs, so that continuously strives for balance.
Fixing account logistics and collection fees
§ 47. The rates for acontoindsamlings- and account logistics fees in accordance with § 45 set annually so that within each sales group over a period up to the end of the notice ongoing strike a balance between the revenues and the costs associated with each sales group.
Chapter 11
Statement and payment of fees
§ 48. The fee period is 4 weeks for payment of logistics and collection fees in accordance with § 34 and § 36, referred to. However, § 49.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, on the basis of the information reported pursuant to § 70 paragraph. 3, of the auditing company, a statement of the number of refillable packaging and disposable packaging per. sales group, the producer or importer must pay a logistics fee and possibly a collection fee.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall send the statement and a request for payment of fees to the relevant manufacturer or importer within 4 weeks of the reporting period, see. § 56 paragraph. 3.
§ 49. If a producer or importer uses secondary marking according to § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 4, and have chosen to submit annual declarations pursuant to § 55 paragraph. 1, or its absence according to § 55 paragraph. 2, the manufacturer or importer to pay in account logistics and collection fees, cf.. § 47, before delivery of the deposit labels.
PCS. 2. On the basis of the annual reporting in accordance with § 55 paragraph. 1 showdown Danish Retursystem A / S, the manufacturer or importer compared to the current year's fee rates paid too much or too little into account fees for the calendar year, see. § 47. If the approved fees set by § 34 and § 36 changed during the calendar year, used the average of the original and the amended fee rate on adjustment of account fee. If the manufacturer or importer has chosen not reporting according to § 55 paragraph. 2, no adjustment of the deposit account fee.
PCS. 3. Differences related to fee payment in accordance with paragraphs. 2 charged or reimbursed in accordance with § 117 paragraph. 2, first sentence. Or § 117 paragraph. 3.
§ 50. On legalization for confiscation or storage of packaging in accordance with § 111 a. 3, the person from whom the packaging was taken into storage or confiscated or another who demonstrates entitlement to them, before delivery of the deposit labels in accordance with § 29, to pay the fees due as advance fees in accordance with § 47.
Chapter 12
Vendors etc. sales accounts
§ 51. Danish Retursystem A / S shall as part of the administration of the fee arrangements a division of beverage packaging in sales groups and establish the extent necessary, new sales groups. Danish Retursystem A / S shall notify all suppliers and registered distributors of existing sales groups and the creation of new sales groups.
§ 52. Producers and importers shall see. However paragraph. 4, keep an account of the number of beverage packaging items, by sales group and GTIN sold, supplied or transferred by the producer or importer to:



1) stores, including own stores,
2) intermediaries
3) distributors

4) abroad and
5) other returns recipients and any other traders.


PCS. 2. Intermediaries shall keep records of the number of beverage packaging items, by sales group and GTIN from each producer and importer, which have been sold, supplied or transferred to each store, distributor, intermediary, returns recipient and any other business operators.
PCS. 3. Distributors shall keep records of the number of beverage packaging items, by sales group and GTIN from the individual provider, as the period is supplied to each individual store.
PCS. 4. There shall not be accounted for in accordance with paragraph. 1 for beverage packaging registered according to § 14 paragraph. 3-5.
Chapter 13
Statement of sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging
Determination of disposable packaging every 4 weeks
§ 53. Producers and importers shall see. However paragraph. 5, every 4 weeks to review the company report information, see. § 56 of sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging with drinks for all manufacturer's or importer intermediaries, distributors, returns recipients and any other traders see. However, § 55.
PCS. 2. Intermediaries must every 4 weeks to the auditing company report sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging to all the intermediary's intermediaries, distributors, returns recipients and any other traders.
PCS. 3. Distributors shall every 4 weeks to the auditing company report sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging to the distributor's returns recipients and other traders.
PCS. 4. Suppliers and distributors must report on any new returns recipients, etc., see. Paragraph. 1-3, even though these might not yet be provided for in § 54 that list.
PCS. 5. There shall be reported in accordance with paragraph. 1 for beverage packaging registered according to § 14 paragraph. 3-5.
§ 54. Danish Retursystem A / S shall every 4 weeks for all providers and distributors to submit a revised list of all stores, intermediaries, distributors, returns recipients and any other economic operators to be reported on.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall establish and annually providers and distributors with a fixed outline of 13 reporting periods within which to be reported, together with notification of the fees for the following calendar year,. § 40 paragraph. 3.
Annual or no statement on disposable packaging
§ 55. To the extent that producers or importers choose to undertake secondary marking according to § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 4, the manufacturer or importer may choose to report once a year on their sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging for the previous calendar year. Notification must be made by 1 February.
PCS. 2. In the situations referred to in paragraph. 1, the producers and importers alternatively choose not to report.
PCS. 3. It is only possible to use reporting forms in the paragraph. 1 and 2, where the producer or importer pays the account logistics and collection fees for all product and packaging types, the manufacturer or importer has registered as disposable packaging according to § 10, to be mortgage labeled according to § 24 paragraph. 1, no. 3 and 4
PCS. 4. Election of the reporting form, see. § 12 paragraph. 3, is binding for the calendar year referred. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 5. Receives audit company not annual reporting before 1 February, transmit audit company a reminder to 4 days after the reporting deadline, with a deadline of 10 days to report. If the importer or producer to report within that period, the manufacturer or importer to have changed its choice to no reporting referred to. Paragraphs. 2.
PCS. 6. If a manufacturer or importer to switch from reporting every 4 weeks to annual reporting referred to. § 55, stk. 1, the Danish Retursystem A / S be notified no later than 4 weeks before the expiry of the deadline for reporting referred to. Paragraphs. 1
The statistical form and content
§ 56. In connection with reports according to § 53 must providers to the auditing company reports the following information about sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging to intermediaries, distributors, returns recipients and any other traders:



1) the name, address and customer number of the individual returns recipient, distributor, intermediary or other trader

2) the number of disposable packaging sold, supplied or transferred to each individual returns recipient, distributor, intermediary or other traders calculated for each GTIN and
3) the number of disposables sales group, which is made with deposit mark.


PCS. 2. Similarly, distributors shall report in paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-3, above about sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging for their returns recipients and any other traders.
PCS. 3. Reporting by paragraph. 1 and 2 is made by the responsible manager of the supplier or distributor and shall be submitted electronically in a standard format as instructed by Danish Retursystem A / S. Notification must be made within 14 days after the reporting period, see. § 53.
PCS. 4. provider or distributor altogether fewer than 500 items of disposable packaging per. product for a period of 4 weeks must be every 4 weeks only reported data on the total sales per. Product Type (GTIN). Suppliers and distributors must also submit a list of the returns recipients, sold or delivered in the period.
§ 57. In connection with the annual reports of sales, supplies and transfers according to § 55 paragraph. 1, requires producers and importers to audit the company report the total sales of disposable packaging, listed by GTIN divided into the following groups:



1) Stores, including own stores.
2) Intermediaries.
3) Distributors.
4) other returns recipients and any other traders.
5) Performed abroad with deposit mark.


PCS. 2. Reporting in accordance with paragraph. 1 carried out by the responsible manager of the manufacturer or importer and shall be submitted electronically in a standard format as instructed by Danish Retursystem A / S and in compliance with the in § 55 paragraph. 5 and 6, the time limits.
Chapter 14
Statement of sales, supplies and transfers of refillable packaging
Statement on refillable packaging every 4 weeks
§ 58. Producers and importers shall every 4 weeks to review the company report the number of refillable packaging sales group, which have been sold, delivered or transferred to distributors, intermediaries and stores, see. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 2. Intermediaries must every 4 weeks to review the company report the number of refillable packaging sales group, which have been sold, delivered or transferred to any intermediary distributors, intermediaries or stores.
PCS. 3. Distributors shall every 4 weeks to review the company report the number of refillable packaging sales group and individual supplier, which have been sold, supplied or transferred to each of the distributor's own stores.
PCS. 4. Suppliers and distributors, cf.. Paragraphs. 1-3, must report on any new distributors, intermediaries or stores, even if they might not yet be provided for in § 59 that list.
PCS. 5. Manufacturers and importers must annually before 1 March to Danish Retursystem A / S the total number of refillable packaging items sold, supplied or transferred during the previous calendar year, with the aim of Danish Retursystem A / S to calculate the total returns rate for refillable packaging in the previous year.
PCS. 6. There shall be reported in accordance with paragraph. 1 for beverage packaging registered according to § 14 paragraph. 3-5.
§ 59. Danish Retursystem A / S shall every 4 weeks for all providers and distributors to submit a revised list of all stores, intermediaries and distributors to be reported on.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall establish and annually providers and distributors with a fixed outline of 13 reporting periods within which to be reported, together with notification of the fees for the following calendar year,. § 40 paragraph. 3.
The statistical form and content
§ 60. In connection with the reports provided. § 58, providers and distributors to audit department report the following information about sales, supplies and transfers of refillable packaging to distributors, intermediaries and stores:



1) distributor, intermediary or store name, address and account number.
2) The number of refillable packaging items sold, supplied or transferred to each individual distributor, intermediary or store, listed for each sales group.



PCS. 2. Reports under paragraph. 1 carried out by the responsible manager of the supplier or distributor and shall be submitted electronically in a standard format as instructed by the auditing company in cooperation with Danish Retursystem A / S. Notification must be made within 14 days after the end of each 4-week period referred to. § 58.
Chapter 15
Statement of the quantities of refillable packaging
§ 61. Suppliers shall provide the individual registered store, distributor and intermediary on the invoice or by separate statement referring to an invoice number of empty refillable packaging by returns group, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 2, which the provider has been returned from the store, distributor or intermediary.
PCS. 2. Suppliers and registered distributors shall keep records of the receipt of empty refillable packaging items, by returns group, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 2 from each store. The accounts form the basis for the calculation of the period handling remuneration paid and supervision.
§ 62. Suppliers and registered distributors shall see. However paragraph. 6, every 4 weeks report the following information to the Danish Retursystem A / S on empty refillable packaging from stores, including the provider's own stores:



1) name, address and customer number of each store, which received empty refillable packaging and
2) the number of refillable packaging by returns group, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 2, which the supplier or distributor has accepted back from the store.


PCS. 2. Operators shall furthermore Danish Retursystem A / S, as indicated in paragraph. 1 report information on empty refillable packaging from distributors.
PCS. 3. Manufacturers and importers shall, as specified in paragraph. 1, the total number of empty refillable packaging, which they have received from intermediaries.
PCS. 4. Manufacturers and importers must once a year on 1 March to Danish Retursystem A / S the total number of empty refillable packaging taken back during the previous calendar year, with the aim of Danish Retursystem A / S to calculate the total return percentage for refillable packaging.
PCS. 5. Notification shall be made by the responsible manager of the supplier or distributor and shall be submitted electronically in a standard format as instructed by Danish Retursystem A / S. Reporting in accordance with paragraph. 1-3 must be made within 14 days of the end of the reporting period.
PCS. 6. There shall be reported in accordance with paragraph. 1 for beverage packaging registered according to § 14 paragraph. 3-5.
Chapter 16
The collection system and calculation of quantities of disposable
The collection system for disposable packaging
§ 63. Danish Retursystem A / S collects as needed or agreement with returnable deposit disposable packaging from returns recipients who are enrolled in Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 17, and at least once every 4 weeks, see. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. Unless otherwise agreed by Danish Retursystem A / S, collects Danish Retursystem A / S only disposable packaging from registered returns recipients, as every 4 weeks has a return rate of at least 600 items of disposable packaging.
PCS. 3. If the returns recipient does not return the amount as specified in paragraph. 2, and there is no other contract with Danish Retursystem A / S, unsubscribe Danish Retursystem A / S returns recipient. The returns recipient may not be registered under § 17 one year after the de-registration. Danish Retursystem A / S shall notify in writing the return consignee for deregistration.
PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S shall take appropriate measures to ensure and to check that the disposable packaging is not damaged during transport etc. of packaging from returns recipients to Danish Retursystem A / S's counting facility.
PCS. 5. Danish Retursystem A / S shall ensure that collected disposable packaging is recovered in the form of material recycling.
§ 64. The Environmental Protection Agency may decide that the Danish Retursystem A / S shall collect disposable packaging for beverages that are not registered to Danish Retursystem A / S on returns recipients.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall prepare a separate budget and accounts for the collection etc. of non-registered disposable packaging.
§ 65. Registered returns recipients to get the mortgage paid allow Danish Retursystem A / S or subcontractors of Danish Retursystem A / S to collect the returned disposable packaging.

PCS. 2. Registered returns recipients shall see. Paragraph. 3, prepare disposable packaging, which includes separating disposable packaging in plastic, glass and metal and any other material categories collected at the Danish Retursystem A / S handed collection equipment.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall prepare a script that sets guidelines for preparation, including the separation of disposable packaging. EPA approves the script.
Statement of the quantities of disposable
§ 66. Danish Retursystem A / S is responsible for recording and counting collected non-compressed disposable packaging, which can form the basis for settlement of deposits with the returns recipients and handling fees with shops.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall provide the necessary capacity with regard to land and buildings (terminals) as well as necessary equipment, including counting facilities, compressors, computers, communication lines, container trucks, etc. Danish Retursystem A / S shall also be responsible procurement, management and distribution of it required for collection equipment, unless otherwise provided by the rules of this order.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S is responsible for the central operation of the terminals. To ensure returns recipient the correct deposit settlement take Danish Retursystem A / S the necessary steps to do so, including both in terms of technical facilities and installations and with regard to employment of staff.
§ 67. Danish Retursystem A / S provides for installation of the compactor, see. § 85, the returns recipient message, from which time settlement of deposits can be made of compressed packages on the basis of electronic data transfer to Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 2. If a compressor is out of service, the settlement of deposits between the returns recipient and Danish Retursystem A / S on the basis of a count that takes place at the in § 68 paragraph. 2 prescribed manner.
§ 68. count of quantities of disposable packaging from returns recipients who have a compressor installed, cf.. § 85 or § 87 shall be made in the machine by the returns recipient and recorded in the central control unit. Count data is forwarded electronically to a central server hosted by an operator, as Danish Retursystem A / S agrees with that specified in paragraph. 4-6.
PCS. 2. Count of quantities of disposable packaging is not made in accordance with paragraph. 1 is by means of counting machines on Danish Retursystem A / S 'terminals. Count takes place electronically by scanning the package barcode and deposit code. If a disposable packaging can not be scanned in a counting machine, perform a manual control in order to identify the packaging deposit marking.
PCS. 3. When scanning disposable packaging in the counting machines or in reverse vending machines shall be electronically register the data on the packaging:



1) type of packaging
2) product (GTIN)
3) the deposit group and sales group, which the packaging belongs
4) store or returns recipient who has taken the packaging return
5) provider, and any
6) deposit code.


PCS. 4. Data Danish Retursystem A / S in the counting machines in accordance with paragraph. 3 shall be informed promptly forwarded electronically to a central server hosted by an operator. The operator must be independent of the Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 5. Danish Retursystem A / S agrees with the operator that the audit company in accordance. § 100 from the central server receives in paragraph. 3, the data on the accepted back disposable packaging divided on GTIN, to audit the company can conduct analysis and reconciliation of the likelihood that the data reported by suppliers and distributors are correct meaning. § 101.
PCS. 6. Danish Retursystem A / S also includes agreement with the operator, the Danish Retursystem A / S will only receive data from the central server on the number of returned disposable packaging divided on deposit group level and handling remuneration rates referred to. § 74 paragraph. 4 and Annex 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall immediately cease cooperation with the operator, if this sends other data to Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 7. The data registered on the Danish Retursystem A / S's counting machines in accordance with paragraph. 3 shall be erased automatically after being forwarded to the central server. Danish Retursystem A / S may not copy, store or otherwise make the information available after deletion.

§ 69. The electronic counting of disposable packaging made according to § 68 paragraph. 1 and 2, be taken into account for the payment of deposits to returns recipients and the payment of handling fees to stores. This does not apply if obvious errors occurred in the counting. Danish Retursystem A / S are looking for in such cases, as far as possible to determine the actual number of returned packaging, which returns recipient must receive a deposit.
PCS. 2. If it is not possible to determine the actual number of containers Danish Retursystem A / S has collected from a return receiver, making Danish Retursystem A / S has an estimate of the number of packaging items collected and pay deposits to the returns recipient and handling fee to shop at basis thereof.
Chapter 17
Audit The accounts for the use of Danish Retursystem A / S
§ 70. The auditing company shall, on the basis of the information providers and distributors must submit the sale, supply and transfer under. § 53, §§ 55-58 and § 60, a statement of total sales, supplies and transfers



1) to each store, intermediary and distributor of refillable beverage packaging items, by sales group,
2) per. provider of refillable beverage packaging items, by sales group,
3) the individual returns recipient, intermediary and distributor of disposable beverage packaging sales group and
4) per. provider of disposable packaging sales group.


PCS. 2. The auditing company also itemise any exports of disposable packaging with deposit mark, see. § 57 paragraph. 1 pt. 5
PCS. 3. The auditing company sends every 4 weeks in paragraphs. 1 and 2 statements referred to Danish Retursystem A / S for its collection of deposits, logistics and collection fees, to the extent the case of statements based on four weeks of sales in accordance with § 53 and § 58.
PCS. 4. In cases where only reported annually, see. § 55, stk. 1, in the auditing company in paragraph. 1 and 2 statements referred to Danish Retursystem A / S annually.
PCS. 5. The auditing company must not disclose other information of a commercial nature, see. However, §§ 100-103.
Chapter 18
Deposits from Danish Retursystem A / S of collected disposable packaging
§ 71. Danish Retursystem A / S shall pay deposits to the returns recipient and other traders for the empty disposable packaging collected from those of Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 63 and § 65.
PCS. 2. It is a condition for payment of deposits that the Danish Retursystem A / S collected disposable packaging can be read electronically on deposit code or EAN barcode or the disposable deposit mark can be identified by manual control, see. § 68 paragraph. 2 and that it complies with the requirements for labeling referred to. § 5.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall also deposit on disposable packaging, which is taken back and compressed by the returns recipient, cf.. § 68 paragraph. 1, when the Danish Retursystem A / S has approved such compressing by the returns recipient, cf.. § 67 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 4. Deposits for disposable packaging collected by Danish Retursystem A / S shall take place without delay and no later than 5 weeks after collection has taken place. Deposits for packaging taken back in a compressor on the returns recipient must happen soon, and within 2 weeks after the transfer of data from the reverse vending machine via the central control unit for the operator subject. § 68 paragraph. 1.
§ 72. Environmental Protection Agency, in consultation with the Danish Retursystem A / S decide that the Danish Retursystem A / S shall stop repayment of deposits to returns recipients and other economic operators for a disposable packaging (product) if the mortgage amount repaid in connection with Danish Retursystem A / S 'collection of disposable packaging exceeds the total mortgage amount that the producer or importer paid to Danish Retursystem A / S for the packaging in question, or it is obvious that it will not be possible for Danish Retursystem A / S to recover outstanding mortgage amount from the manufacturer or importer.
PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency, in consultation with the Danish Retursystem A / S decide that the Danish Retursystem A / S shall stop repayment of deposits to returns recipients and other economic operators for a disposable packaging, which is not registered in accordance with § 10, or unduly carries a deposit marking under § 20th

PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall immediately returns recipients communication of the disposable packaging Danish Retursystem A / S does not repay deposits and any special characteristics of the packaging. Danish Retursystem A / S will also ensure that reverse vending machines with a central control unit installed in stores no longer pay the mortgage for the disposable packaging when it is returned.
PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S shall not pay deposits if the returns recipient, etc., knew or should have known that there is no paid deposits for disposable packaging with Danish Retursystem A / S. See paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 3.
PCS. 5. Danish Retursystem A / S shall collect the unpaid deposit from the producer or importer if it can be shown that the manufacturer or importer is obliged to pay a deposit to Danish Retursystem A / S for the disposable packaging.
§ 73. If the Danish Retursystem A / S stops the repayment of deposits for disposable packaging, cf.. § 72, and this is not due to circumstances which the manufacturer or importer marketing the packaging is responsible for assigning Danish Retursystem A / S manufacturer or importer a new EAN bar code approved for the Danish market. Danish Retursystem A / S shall give reasonable notice manufacturer or importer, at which time the manufacturer or importer shall use the new EAN bar code approved for the Danish market. Marketing of packaging with the previously used EAN bar code approved exclusively for the Danish market is then not allowed.
Chapter 19
Handling remuneration
§ 74. It provides for a handling fee to registered stores for sorting of empty refillable packaging as well as for the preparation of disposable packaging can be returned.
PCS. 2. Handling remuneration is calculated for the following returns groups:



1) Refillable glass bottles
2) Refillable plastic bottles of not more than 99 cl
3) Refillable plastic bottles of 99 cl
4) Disposable packaging of metal
5) Disposable packaging, plastic
6) Single-use glass


PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall for the calculation of handling remuneration rates in the first paragraph. 2, the returns groups, a division of stores in the following store groups:



1) Store group A1: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines, which have received investment grants from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last five years and who have installed a compactor.
2) Store group A2: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines, which have received investment grants from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last five years and who have not installed a compressor.
3) Store group B1: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines that have not received investment subsidies from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last five years and who have installed a compactor.
4) Store group B2: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines that have not received investment subsidies from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last five years and who have not installed a compressor.
5) Store group C: Stores without reverse vending machines.


PCS. 4. Handling drawback rates are calculated by Danish Retursystem A / S from those listed in Annex 3 assumptions for the respective returns groups and depending on the store group, first time on 4 September 2008. Handling remuneration rates shall be revised first time on 1 January 2013 and every 4 years . Environmental Protection Agency approves rates for handling compensation.
PCS. 5. Environmental Protection Agency may determine to be set separately handling remuneration rate for intermediaries with a fixed establishment from which marketed a wide range of groceries, which is based on a study of the costs of sorting and preparation of such intermediaries. The calculation of handling remuneration shall then be subject to the same guidelines that apply to other stores after Appendix 3.
PCS. 6. A store that changes store group, see. Annex 3 from store group C to B1 or B2 and from B1 or B2 to C must give notice to the Danish Retursystem A / S no later than 14 days after the change occurs.

§ 75. The store claims handling fees are calculated every 4 weeks by Danish Retursystem A / S based on the information on refillable packaging taken back, sent from suppliers or distributors to Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 62, and the return taken disposable by Danish Retursystem A / S receives from the operator, see. § 68 paragraph. 6. Danish Retursystem A / S shall send out the store inventory to the store. If the store has so requested, sent the statement also to the distributor if registered Danish Retursystem A / S.
§ 76. Every 4 weeks pay Danish Retursystem A / S handling fee, which covers the requirements of handling remuneration for the reported and counted quantity of returned packaging in the previous 4 weeks.
PCS. 2. If the store has received too much handling remuneration shall be offset against the amount of Danish Retursystem A / S in subsequent payments of handling remuneration,. § 116. If that can not be offset, see § 115 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the repayment of the overpayment .
PCS. 3. If the store has received too little handling remuneration, the amount owed by Danish Retursystem A / S within 14 days of demand by store.
§ 77. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, after any set procedure checks on packaging for which handling remuneration has been sorted respectively prepared in accordance with Danish Retursystem A / S 'instructions, see. § 65 paragraph. 3. The procedure approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
PCS. 2. The control procedure is divided into periods of 4 weeks. If two consecutive times check indicates that the store has not sorted the refillable packaging or prepared disposable packaging, and it is not due to lack of boxes, trays, collection equipment or other special circumstances, Danish Retursystem A / S's decision to suspend payments of handling remuneration for sorting or preparation for the 4-week period to that store. The next check should be performed in the subsequent 4-week period. If the store still does not sort refillable packaging or prepare disposable packaging taken a fresh decision on that not to pay handling remuneration for sorting or preparation of this 4-week period. The verification procedure is repeated until the Danish Retursystem A / S is satisfied that the store sorts the refillable packaging or prepare disposable packaging for which can be paid handling fees. Payment of the handling remuneration shall be resumed with effect from the period in which sorting or preparation is carried out satisfactorily.
PCS. 3. If, in connection with the return of empty refillable packaging or disposable packaging disagreement about whether the packages from a store that is signed Danish Retursystem A / S, are sorted or prepared, it may be that deliver, or the one who takes the refillable packaging or disposable packaging return, demand that the Danish Retursystem A / S shall check whether the packages are sorted or prepared.
Chapter 20
Investment grants etc.
§ 78. Upon application provides for investment grants for shops registered Danish Retursystem A / S, which has received grants from the Danish Retursystem A / S in the last five years. The five-year period is calculated from the date on which Danish Retursystem A / S paid the previous grant, and until 1 January of the calendar year in which grants under this Order shall be paid in accordance. § 82 and § 83. || | PCS. 2. Subsidies under paragraph. 1 granted to the efficiency of the return receipt and sorting of packaging in order to reduce the handling costs in stores that have installed and commissioned one or more slots for receiving beverage packaging. The award of grants for the purchase or conversion of:



1) Sorting tables for refillable packaging of glass
2) Sorting System including container and emptying system
3) Safety equipment, scanning equipment and system costs associated with stores RVM,
4) Bottle Travel
5) Conversion of existing taxiways,
6) Installation of installations and
7) Documented expenses for consulting and project management for installation and conversion.


PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S may, if special circumstances of the applicant justify it, allow a subsidy to other devices for receiving and sorting of packaging.

PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S set in the budget subsidy framework for the scheme in the budget year. Grants frame approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
§ 79. Danish Retursystem A / S shall conclude framework agreements with suppliers for the provision of in § 78 paragraph. 2, the piece of equipment for use by the beneficiaries of acquisition thereof. Framework agreements The procedure laid down in European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/18 / EC of 31 March 2004 on the coordination of procedures for the award of public works contracts, public supply contracts and public works contracts and the conclusion of parallel framework agreements with freedom of choice for the beneficiary.
PCS. 2. Framework Agreements maximum concluded with a duration of three years.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall publish a description of the framework and conditions for obtaining grants and shall also provide information on how the purchase of subsidized equipment can be done under the framework agreements.
PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, upon the conclusion of agreements in accordance with paragraph. 1 draft a supplier catalog, which is available to eligible stores upon request.
§ 80. Subsidies are granted on condition that



1) The store in the last 12 months preceding the application has taken the least number of packages return, as determined by the Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 81 stk.7,
2) The store has installed and commissioned one or more reverse vending machines for receiving packagings meeting in Annex 6, the functional and technical requirements
3) The store has installed and commissioned one or more eligible facilities etc., see. § 78, as specified in Annex 6, the functional and technical requirements, from one of the vendors that Danish Retursystem A / S has signed a framework agreement with the meaning. § 79
4) The store provides proof of the expenses incurred for the investments eligible for subsidies to Danish Retursystem A / S,
5) The store undertakes to let install a central control unit and a security camera or other security equipment supplied and installed by Danish Retursystem A / S on its behalf, and
6) The shop offers Danish Retursystem A / S and the authorities access to perform installation, inspection, testing, repairs and technical alterations to the eligible facilities, including compressors, central control units and other security equipment.


§ 81. The size of the subsidy according to § 78 depends on the store's annual quantity of returns, which is the amount of packaging that the store accepts back, apart from refillable packaging received in crates. For eligible stores that have installed more than one reverse vending machine is calculated contribution in proportion to the average annual returns quantity per. RVM.
PCS. 2. In determining the annual returns quantity put the number of packages due to which the applicant has taken back the last 12 months preceding the application, apart from refillable packaging received in crates.
PCS. 3. For new shops and stores within the last 12 months has expanded sales area significantly, the contribution is calculated and paid in advance based on the store's estimated returns quantities in the first year after the grant has been disbursed.
PCS. 4. If the store subsequently do not return the estimated quantities in accordance. Paragraphs. 3, the difference between the quantity of returns which grants are calculated based on, and the realized returns quantities recovered. Danish Retursystem A / S shall calculate the final grant based on the actual returns quantity 18 months after the date of Danish Retursystem A / S 'payment of subsidies, with the first 6 months of actual returns quantity shall not be included in the subsidy calculation under paragraph. 1.
PCS. 5. The eligible stores divided into five subsidy groups according to the principles described in Annex 6 and taking into account the individual stores documented return volumes, see. Paragraph. 1 and 2.
PCS. 6. Grant per. store within each subsidy group calculated taking into account the individual store average savings potential by receiving grants for efficiency, see. Annex 6. Danish Retursystem A / S shall develop guidelines for methodologies and assumptions for the calculation of potential savings. The guidelines approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.

PCS. 7. During the budget establishes Danish Retursystem A / S each year levels for the individual store return amount for each subsidy group referred to. Paragraphs. 5, and the maximum grant amount per. store within each subsidy group referred to. paragraphs. 6. Limit values ​​and amounts to be used for the treatment of applications submitted by 1 July according to § 82 approved by the Environmental Protection Agency and published on the Danish Retursystem A / S's website no later than 1 November each year.
PCS. 8. Stores that do not receive a sufficient amount of packaging returned to reach a limit established by paragraph. 7, can at partially self-financing granted investment subsidies to partly finance the construction, etc., see. § 78 paragraph. 2 which meets the functional and technical requirements of Annex 6. Investment amount of the grant and the size of the store's co-financing calculated by the Danish Retursystem A / S from the relationship between the store's documented returns quantities in the last 12 months preceding the application and the following paragraph. 7 exposure limit for subsidies.
§ 82. Applications for grants according to § 78 must be received by Danish Retursystem A / S no later than 1 July each year, see. However paragraph. 6
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S processes the received applications and provide by 15 December applicants in writing of the amount of grants to eligible projects carried out in the following year.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall develop guidelines for awarding grants, as well as a description of the principles that underlie the efficiency of the store's return receipt. The guidelines approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. The approved guidelines published by Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 4. If it is not possible within the total subsidy framework to disburse grants to all eligible applicants shall pay Danish Retursystem A / S funds within the subsidy envelope by 20 per cent. for each of the five subsidy groups, cf.. § 81. 5. The subsidy is paid to the applicants within the respective grant groups that have the oldest plants, which are replaced or rebuilt with grants under § 78.
PCS. 5. Eligible applicants who have applied for grants by 1 July, and who do not achieve investment grants as mentioned. Paragraphs. 4 priority over new applicants in the following year.
PCS. 6. Applicants who after the expiry of the annual deadline applying for grants, receive grants for eligible facilities etc., if after the allocation of subsidies to other applicants still funds for this within the subsidy framework. Applications prioritized in the order they are received.
§ 83. Danish Retursystem A / S shall inform the applicant of the expected date for the payment of subsidies according to § 78
PCS. 2. Before payment of the subsidy checks Danish Retursystem A / S that purchased plants etc. and their installation is made in compliance with grant conditions and in a professional manner. Danish Retursystem A / S not pay the subsidy if the company has proof that the grant conditions in § 80 are met. Danish Retursystem A / S shall also inspect the plant and implement any test system functionality prior to the payment of subsidies.
PCS. 3. Is the grant conditions are not met or the facility purchased has not been properly installed, Danish Retursystem A / S determination that subsidies can not be paid because of the found deviations, except in the case of deviations of minor importance.
PCS. 4. Danish Retursystem A / S shall register the beneficiaries paid grants and records also of the terms and conditions of the grant is given.
PCS. 5. The recipient undertaking grants as mentioned. § 82 paragraph. 2, must make use of the grant before the end of the following calendar year.
PCS. 6. If the beneficiary can prove that it is not possible to complete the projects for which there is a commitment of funding before the end of the following calendar year, the beneficiary no later than eight weeks before the grant year end notify the Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 7. After receipt of notification under paragraph. 6, the Danish Retursystem A / S signed an agreement with the beneficiary on completion of the project before April 1 calendar year following. Project is not completed before April 1 lapses commitment to pay the subsidy.
§ 84. Grants awarded under § 78 shall be refunded if the eligible facilities etc. are permanently taken out of operation, or if the conditions for obtaining grants breach significantly. The value of the grant written down annually by 20 percent of the grant.

PCS. 2. The amounts to be refunded under paragraph. 1, payable to the Danish Retursystem A / S within 14 days of demand by the company. If the amount due is not timely on demand, matters Danish Retursystem A / S before the courts.
Chapter 21
Compressors, central control units and other equipment
compactors
§ 85. Danish Retursystem A / S in order to ensure the most economically advantageous collection of disposable pay expenses for full or partial coverage of the cost of purchase and installation of facilities for the compression of disposable packaging (compactor) by returns recipients, cf.. Annex 5 .
PCS. 2. Compressors shall be installed as an integrated part of reverse vending machines or linked to a sorting if the returns recipient has one.
PCS. 3. Returns recipients that have a compressor installed by Danish Retursystem A / S shall follow the Danish Retursystem A / S instructions given on the compactor operation, maintenance and safety as well as other by Danish Retursystem A / S fixed contractual terms of the loan.
PCS. 4. The returns recipient gives Danish Retursystem A / S and the authorities access to carry out inspection, testing, repairs, technical alterations, maintenance and updating of the paragraph. 1 shall compactors, including installation of new compressors.
§ 86. Danish Retursystem A / S shall annually in the budget an assessment of the amount of disposable packaging as a returns recipient must take back, that it is economically advantageous to install a compactor, and partly by the self-financing, returns recipient where fall themselves must contribute if returns recipient does not receive a sufficient amount of disposable packaging returned.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall send the assessment to the Environmental Protection Agency for information, together with its draft budget for the coming year.
§ 87. If a return receive beyond the scope of § 85 choose to install a compactor own expense, must return the receiver to that can happen mortgage payment from the Danish Retursystem A / S, comply with Annex 5 established technical requirements for komprimatorers arrangement, etc. and use it by Danish Retursystem A / S designated collection equipment and borrow a central control unit of the Danish Retursystem A / S. see § 88.
Central control units and other technical equipment
§ 88. Stores and returns recipients that have installed reverse vending machines and possibly compactors may sign a contract with Danish Retursystem A / S on loans and installation of a central control unit, a security camera or other technical equipment for these plants.
PCS. 2. Lending under subsection. 1 shall be made free of charge.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall determine each year in the budget the amount of disposable packaging store and returns recipient should go back to a central control unit, a security camera or other technical equipment can be borrowed by Danish Retursystem A / S. If the store and returns recipient receives a smaller amount of disposable packaging, a central control unit rented by Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 4. Butikken- and returns recipients who have been or will be installed in paragraph. 1 said stock shall follow the Danish Retursystem A / S instructions given on operation, maintenance and safety as well as other by Danish Retursystem A / S fixed contractual terms of the loan.
PCS. 5. The store and returns recipient gives Danish Retursystem A / S and the authorities access to carry out inspection, testing, repairs, technical alterations, maintenance and updating of the paragraph. 1 above stock, including the installation of new equipment.
Other
§ 89. Returns recipients may, by agreement with the Danish Retursystem A / S and upon payment of a deposit of 500 kr. Borrow racks for the collection and sorting of disposable packaging.
PCS. 2. Loans of racks are subject to return recipient are registered Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 17 and that the returns recipient has not received grants under § 42 or 51 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 on deposits and collection. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, according to § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 on deposits on and collection of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, according to § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24. april 2008 mortgage on the collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages or pursuant to § 78 of this Order.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S 'expenditure for the purchase of racks may not exceed 5 million kr.
Chapter 22
Danish Retursystem A / S
Danish Retursystem A / S 'expenses

§ 90. Danish Retursystem A / S under the rules of this Order necessary and reasonable expenses:



1) handling fees for stores, see. § 74
2) payment of subsidies to the efficiency of the return receipt and sorting of packaging, cf.. § 78, and the administration thereof,
3) investment subsidies paid in accordance with § 42 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 on deposits and collection of packaging for beer and some soft drinks that are not already repaid, see. § 22 paragraph. 2 of the decree and the administration thereof,
4) payment and administration of grants for improving the efficiency of receiving returns of packages, see. § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24 April 2008 on deposits and collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages or supplements to the efficiency of the return receipt of packaging under to § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 on deposits on and collection of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks,
5) the administration of the no. 1 above arrangements, including registration and maintenance of data, see. § 39
6) purchase and installation etc. at stores and returns recipients of central control units, security cameras and other technical equipment, see. § 88, and safety processes in the deposit and return system,
7) supervision, etc., see. § 94
8) control of sorting and preparation, see. § 77, as well as other control functions, subject. § 120
9) The auditing company of the Order rules in this regard and according to agreement within. § 100, as well as auditors referred to. § 103 and § 110
10) purchase and installation etc. at stores and returns recipients of compactors, see. § 85
11) submissions for the return and collection rates for packaging covered by the publication provided. § 8 and § 104. 2, no. 1
12) analysis of the costs of sorting and preparation of packaging exported for calculation of handling remuneration rates referred to. § 74 paragraph. 4 and Annex 3
13) information on the deposit and return system
14) the rental of buildings and premises or purchase of real estate,
15) collection, etc., of non-registered packaging, cf.. § 64
16) activities, etc. related to the tasks undertaken under the Order § 98 paragraph. 2 and 3,
17) interest and repayment of loans
18) wages and administration,
19) The acquisition of know-how, etc., relating to the development, optimization and operation of the deposit and return system,
20) the operation of the deposit and return system for disposable packaging, including the rental or purchase of collection equipment, counting equipment etc.
21) corporation
22) expenditure on racks for the collection and sorting of disposable packaging by returns recipients, cf.. § 89 and
23) any other expenses for running the schemes that are not contained in no. 1-21, including bad debts and expenses, see. § 93 paragraph. 1.


Use of income mortgage
§ 91. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, prior to other expenses using deposits credited as income to ensure that the company's liability to pay the mortgage in accordance with this Executive Order. The Environmental Protection Agency may order the Danish Retursystem A / S to reduce or increase the size of the amount is thus available for consolidation of the company.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S may use deposits credited as income to cover the following, see. However paragraph. 1:



1) the cost of paying investment grants for improving the efficiency of stores' return receipt and sorting of packaging, cf.. § 78
2) the cost of central control units, security cameras and other security equipment for vending machines, see. § 88, and safety processes in the deposit and return system,
3) the cost of acquiring know-how in the development, optimization and operation of the deposit and return system,
4) the costs of information on deposit and return system,
5) costs for corporation income mortgage
6) the costs of supervision, control and administration, see. § 94
7) expenses in connection with the Danish Retursystem A / S 'holding of tender required. § 79 and § 96
8) costs of Danish Retursystem A / S ', the auditing company and the auditor's control, supervision and auditing, etc., in accordance with § 100, § 101, § 103, § 110, § 111 and § 120,

9) expenses for Danish Retursystem A / S 'fixed and general administrative expenses, including administration, consulting, training and analysis work within the deposit and return system that can not be attributed to Danish Retursystem A / S' daily operational tasks as operator
10) cost of purchase and installation of compactors at stores and returns recipients, cf.. § 85
11) cost of handling fee for disposable packaging, etc., see. § 74, and the administration of the scheme
12) expenses associated with collection, and recycling of non-registered packaging, cf.. § 64
13) cost optimization, improvement and ensuring stores mortgage payment to consumers, including information and training of store staff, and
14) expenditure on racks for the collection and sorting of disposable packaging by returns recipients, cf.. § 89.


PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall in the budget priorities of the various items of expenditure in paragraph. 2, and establishes the maximum amount that may be used to cover the costs within each cost item.
PCS. 4. The Company's priorities after paragraph. 3, must be approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
§ 92. If, following the consolidation of the Danish Retursystem A / S and expenses in accordance with § 91 is an additional amount of income mortgage available, the recognized mortgage used for the following:



1) costs of collection equipment for collecting disposable
2) cost of transport of collected and compressed packages to and from Danish Retursystem A / S terminals for reprocessing and recycling,
3) activities, etc. related to the tasks undertaken under this Order § 98 paragraph. 2 and 3, and
4) subsidies for the public, including the establishment of environmental measures, training, information, research and other relevant environmental projects.


PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall in the budget priorities of the various items of expenditure in paragraph. 1 and sets the maximum amount that may be used to cover the costs within each cost item.
PCS. 3. The Company's priorities after paragraph. 2 must be approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
PCS. 4. The grant under paragraph. 1, no. 4, may be paid to persons, foundations, institutions, public authorities and associations, etc.
PCS. 5. Grants under paragraph. 1 pt. 4 may not be paid if they constitute state aid in the EC Treaty that sense.
PCS. 6. income retained mortgage that is left for Danish Retursystem A / S after the termination of the Order shall be paid by the Board for the purposes referred to in paragraph. 1 pt. 4
§ 93. Danish Retursystem A / S may pay for in § 91 paragraph. 2, no. 1-11 and § 92 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and 2, said purpose fees on packaging if the costs can not or only partially covered by deposits credited as income.
PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency may approve Danish Retursystem A / S receives a loan for the payment of costs listed in § 91 paragraph. 2 and § 92 paragraph. 1, no. 1-3, in order that Danish Retursystem A / S at a later date using deposits credited as income to the repayment of the loan, including interest and
PCS. 3. If the size of the recognized mortgage makes it impossible for Danish Retursystem A / S to repay the loan, including interest and at the end of that year that it is a condition for the Environmental Protection Agency approval pursuant to paragraph. 2 that repayment is ensured by the budget for the coming year is used as income mortgage for repayment of lack of principal, interest, etc. on the loan prior to use of the recognized mortgage for purposes as described in § 91 and § 92.
Expenses for supervision etc.
§ 94. Danish Retursystem A / S shall pay an annual amount to the Environment Agency to cover the Agency's documented costs of monitoring and control and administration in connection with the deposit and return scheme and external support for this.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S also pay an annual amount to the Environmental Protection Agency and the customs and tax administration management in accordance with § 111 a.
Payment of dividends

§ 95. Danish Retursystem A / S The maximum pay out dividends on the company's subscribed capital corresponding to an amount calculated as the company's net paid-up share capital multiplied by the rate for a full year is fixed at the reference interest rate. December 31, in the financial year for which the dividend is paid, published reference rate 'Copenhagen Interbank Offered Rate "(CIBOR 12 months) plus one percent.
PCS. 2. Payment of dividend will take into account the relevant provisions of the Companies Act.
PCS. 3. Amounts calculated in accordance with paragraph. 1, which is not paid pursuant to paragraph. 2, may, subject to paragraph. 2 shall be paid the following year.
Special obligations in connection with the Danish Retursystem A / S 'operations
§ 96. Danish Retursystem A / S shall invite tenders for procurement of goods and services under the provisions under EU law is applicable to the state.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall rule in paragraph. 1 providing the tasks it performs the collection and treatment of packaging and packaging waste.
§ 97. Environmental Protection Agency may decide that the Danish Retursystem A / S must implement one or more information campaigns to help the return and collection rates, see. § 8 for packaging reached.
§ 98. Danish Retursystem A / S shall not carry on activities other than administration, etc. of the deposit and return system in accordance with this Order and the Act or assume obligations including payment of costs that do not relate to this administration, see. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency may approve Danish Retursystem A / S carries out activities, including the acquisition of materials that are naturally associated with the tasks which it carries out under this Order, including activities intended to ensure that other deposit-bearing packaging can received in reverse vending machines.
PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency may likewise approve Danish Retursystem A / S is responsible for activities related to supervision under this Order, including keeping hold of packaging confiscated or taken into storage and destruction of such packaging, the packaging is not legalized or sold off at auction in accordance with the Act § 111 a. 4.
PCS. 4. Environmental Protection Agency may make approvals in accordance with paragraph. 2 and 3 conditional and lay down more detailed terms including terms to



1) must be kept separate accounts, etc. for activities
2) costs of activities financed by the users who are likely to benefit from the activities
3) to be secured for the financial obligations as Danish Retursystem A / S undertakes in connection with the activities
4) the activities must cease without further notice if the Danish Environmental Protection Agency assesses that they are incompatible with the law, including EU law, and that
5) the activities are limited in time.


§ 99. Danish Retursystem A / S may only loans for purposes and on terms approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. Danish Retursystem A / S may only pledge assets with the Environmental Protection Agency approval.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall only acquire real estate and buildings after the approval of the Environmental Protection Agency.
PCS. 3. Fees and deposits paid to Danish Retursystem A / S and interest thereon shall be placed in an account at a financial institution and must only be used for payment of expenses and mortgage payments under the rules of the Order, including the payment of deposits credited as income.
Chapter 23
The auditing company
§ 100. Danish Retursystem A / S agrees with the Danish Retursystem A / S independent chartered or registered auditor (audit company) providers and distributors reporting of information to the auditing company on sales and deliveries and the auditing company's storage, processing and transmission of information accordance with the provisions of this Order. Danish Retursystem A / S shall send a copy of the existing agreement to the Environmental Protection Agency for information.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall inform all suppliers and distributors of the auditing company to which reporting must be done.
PCS. 3. Review the Company may not simultaneously be the auditor of Danish Retursystem A / S or companies represented in the Danish Retursystem A / S.
§ 101. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, in cooperation with the auditing company control instructions in order to audit the company can carry out reconciliation and analysis of the likelihood that those of suppliers and distributors reported information is accurate.

PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall send a copy of the paragraph. 1 control instructions mentioned to the Environmental Protection Agency.
PCS. 3. The auditing company gives Danish Retursystem A / S of deviations from the instructions in relation to the expected and usual reports from suppliers and distributors concerning sales and supplies by sales group. Danish Retursystem A / S shall request the auditing company to obtain further information from the supplier or distributor with a view to the causes of variation is analyzed.
PCS. 4. Information to be disclosed by the auditing company to Danish Retursystem A / S. See paragraph. 3, may not contain information on the provider's or distributor's name and place of business.
PCS. 5. The auditing company must not disclose other information of a commercial nature to Danish Retursystem A / S than the information stated in § 70, cf.. However paragraph. 3 and paragraph. 6 and § 102 and § 122 paragraph. 1
PCS. 6. If the auditing company becomes aware that there have been significant violations of established procedures, the auditing company DEPA thereof.
§ 102. The auditing company has a duty to treat and store information reported to the Company under the provisions of this Order, with integrity, with a view inter alia to prevent unauthorized persons gaining access to the information and other abuse. The same applies to information that may be reported to the auditing company under the provisions of Executive Order no. 1116 of 21 December 2001 on the collection etc.. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 on deposits and collection. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 on deposits on and collection of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks or order no. 326 of 24 April 2008 on deposits and collection etc. of packaging for certain drinks.
PCS. 2. If cooperation between Danish Retursystem A / S and the auditing company ceases, the audit company to ensure that information about the individual provider's or distributor's sale and delivery of beverage packaging per. store or returns recipient, including the necessary computer equipment, containing such information only be transferred to another auditing company which has a contract for execution of the task in accordance with the rules of the notice referred to. § 100. If there is no agreement between Danish Retursystem a / S and another auditing company, the information, possibly including computer equipment, containing such information, transmitted to the Environmental Protection Agency. Environmental Protection Agency may decide that the information and associated equipment shall be handed over to another auditing company or destroyed.
PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency can order Danish Retursystem A / S to bring cooperation with an auditing company terminated if the Agency determines that the operation is not consistent with the administration under the Act or regulations in this Order.
Instructions for IT security in Danish Retursystem A / S
§ 103. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, in coordination with the company's auditors control instructions with procedures for IT security at Danish Retursystem A / S. The auditor shall in accordance with the control check continually in order to ensure that IT security and the storage, processing and dissemination of data in Danish Retursystem A / S follows the established procedures and rules of this Order.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall send a copy of the paragraph. 1 control instructions mentioned to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Chapter 24
Budget and accounting etc. for Danish Retursystem A / S
Annual
§ 104. Danish Retursystem A / S is subject to the applicable rules concerning the preparation and auditing of annual reports for limited companies.
PCS. 2. In addition to the requirements of the Annual Accounts Act, the Annual Management Report disclose



1) collection and returns rates for beverage packaging,
2) the percentage of reported sales volumes of disposable packaging and refillable packaging,
3) information activities and campaigns,
4) the status of efficiency of receiving returns from stores
5) The status of the deposit and return system for disposable packaging
6) the company's targets for productivity, efficiency and economy as well as the status of its achievement and
7) other of the Environmental Protection Agency required information.



PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall submit the audited annual report for the Environmental Protection Agency while the annual report submitted to the Danish Commerce and Companies Agency under the rules of the Danish Financial Statements Act.
Annual internal report
§ 105. Danish Retursystem A / S for the Danish EPA submit audited internal annual report containing profit and loss accounts for the fees charged, including account fees and expenses incurred in connection with therewith returns group for logistics fees and material categories for collection fees, statement of paid deposits in accordance with § 31 and paid out deposits in accordance with § 71, and a statement of deposits credited as income and the application thereof in accordance. §§ 91-93. Each round group for logistics fees and each material category for collection fees represent a series of items.
PCS. 2. The internal annual report shall cover the same period as the external annual report and should follow the same accounting principles.
PCS. 3. The internal annual report shall be prepared so that the Environmental Protection Agency may inspect Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with the provisions of the Order.
PCS. 4. Environmental Protection Agency may determine that the internal annual report shall include information for DEPA told you.
PCS. 5. The internal annual report signed by the Annual Accounts Act rules on the submission of annual reports mentioned persons and sent to the Environmental Protection Agency last while the external annual report,. § 104. 3.
Internal interim
§ 106. Danish Retursystem A / S for the Environmental Protection Agency an internal interim report covering the first six months of its financial year, including income statements for fees collected, including account fees and expenses incurred in connection therewith returns group for logistics fees and material categories for collection fees, a statement of paid deposits in accordance with § 31 and paid out deposits in accordance with § 71, and a statement of deposits credited as income and the application thereof in accordance. §§ 91-93. The provisions of § 105 paragraph. 2-4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
PCS. 2. The internal interim report signed by the in § 105 paragraph. 5, the said person and submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency within 2 months of the paragraph. 1 end of the period.
Budget and budget
§ 107. Danish Retursystem A / S shall submit a draft budget for the following calendar year, including a budget for the use of deposits credited as income for the Environmental Protection Agency before 1 May of year preceding the budget year begins. The Environmental Protection Agency shall, within one month after receipt of the draft the Agency's comments on the draft.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall submit a draft budget for the following calendar year for the Environmental Protection Agency before 15 August of the year preceding the budget year begins. The Environmental Protection Agency shall, within two months after the budget is receiving the Agency's comments on the budget for the Danish Retursystem A / S.
PCS. 3. The budget, see. Paragraph. 2, must be accompanied by a description of the company's activities in the coming year and a description of the company's targets for productivity, efficiency and economy in the coming year, see. § 104. 2, no. 6, as well as the basis for the company sets its logistics fees and collection fees for the coming year.
PCS. 4. The budget, see. Paragraph. 2 and in paragraph. 3, the material shall be prepared so that the Environmental Protection Agency may inspect Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with the provisions of this Order and shall contain a detailed description of the assumptions, the budget and the basis for the budgeted fee income based.
PCS. 5. Danish Retursystem A / S must submit to EPA a half monthly budget covering the same periods as the company's interim and annual reports. Budget follow-up should include a description of any deviations from budget and its consequences. Budget follow-up may be an integral part of the internal annual report provided. § 105, and the internal interim report, see. § 106.
PCS. 6. Environmental Protection Agency may lay down detailed guidelines for the preparation of the company's budget and budget as well as the basis for determining the logistics and collection fees.
PCS. 7. Danish Retursystem A / S shall notify the Environmental Protection Agency in case a budget deviations of material importance to the company's operations and administration of the deposit and return system.
The recording system, etc.

§ 108. Danish Retursystem A / S shall plan business procedures that ensure that the company continuously records the direct and indirect costs and revenues associated with the individual accounting areas laid. § 105 paragraph. 1, etc., so that its activities can be implemented in accordance with the provisions of this Order, and that the fee is set for each sales group can be made in a detailed and cost-genuine basis.
§ 109. Danish Retursystem A / S must be in possession of a description of the company's registration of transactions in accordance with accounting law. The description must be supplemented with a detailed description of the firm for registration and allocation of costs and revenues to the individual activity and fee areas.
PCS. 2. The description must be submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency for information, like the Environmental Protection Agency must be informed of any significant changes.
Audit and control
§ 110. Environmental Protection Agency may in the audit instructions for Danish Retursystem A / S, guidelines for work, as the company's auditor performs in support of the Environmental Protection Agency supervises compliance with the provisions of this Order.
PCS. 2. The audit instructions may further contain guidelines for reporting by the auditor.
§ 111. Danish Retursystem A / S and the auditing company shall disclose any information to the Environmental Protection Agency for use by the Agency's monitoring and enforcement of law and the rules of this Order, including irregularities in the administration of those covered by this Order schemes. Danish Retursystem A / S and the auditing company shall also own initiative disclose information to EPA if they are essential for the Agency's monitoring and enforcement.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S and the auditing company shall provide and disclose information and documentation of any kind on the administration of the deposit and return system and the company's relationship is also made to the Environmental Protection Agency and undertake studies and calculations Board deems necessary for supervision including checks on deposits, fees and handling fees.
Chapter 25
Transfer of Danish Retursystem A / S 'shares and assets to the state
§ 112. The environment minister's right to acquire the shares in the Danish Retursystem A / S. See Act § 9 e, paragraph. 1 shall be entered in the register of shareholders.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S shall submit a copy of the register of shareholders for the Environmental Protection Agency and immediately inform the Environmental Protection Agency on ownership by copy of annotate of shareholders.
PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency gives notice in writing to the shareholders listed in the share register if the Minister wishes to exercise his right to acquire shares in Danish Retursystem A / S. The notification shall disclose the statutory basis for the acquisition, the circumstances justifying the acquisition, the calculation and amount and a period of at least 14 days and place for submission of any share certificates. Shareholders may object to the amount of the payment on delivery of the share certificates. Upon receipt of the share certificates shall pay the Minister the consideration to the shareholders within 5 working days.
PCS. 4. After the acquisition of the shares quoted the Minister as shareholder in the share register of Danish Retursystem A / S.
§ 113. Environmental Protection Agency gives Danish Retursystem A / S in writing if the Minister wishes to exercise his right to acquire Danish Retursystem A / S 'assets, see. Act § 9 e, paragraph. 2. The notification shall indicate the statutory basis for the acquisition, the circumstances justifying the acquisition, the assets acquired, as well as a date for their collection no earlier than 5 working days after notification. It can be stated in the notification that the details of the assets acquired and the date of their collection given only after an inspection in accordance with paragraph. 6
PCS. 2. compensation for acquired assets represents their book value on the day of collection after depreciation for the period after the previous financial year by an amount corresponding to the fee income that the company during the period have received to cover the depreciation of the assets acquired.
PCS. 3. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, upon request provide assistance in connection with the collection of assets. The company must also own initiative all written material, including contracts, warranty certificates, correspondence, drawings, instructions etc. relating to the assets acquired.
PCS. 4. The parties shall sign a list of assets acquired in connection with collection.

PCS. 5. After collection forwards Danish Retursystem A / S to the Minister a documented statement of compensation, cf.. Paragraphs. 2. Upon receipt of the statement shall pay the Minister of remuneration to Danish Retursystem A / S within 5 working days. In case of objection to the amount the Minister shall pay the undisputed part of the compensation within the time limit and the rest within 5 working days after the decision of the opposition.
PCS. 6. The Minister or the Minister's deputy can inspect Danish Retursystem A / S 'assets, including carrying out technical inspections and test runs etc., to demonstrate to the nature, condition and functioning prior to any acquisition. Danish Retursystem A / S shall, upon request provide assistance in connection with an inspection.
Chapter 26
Administrative provisions
§ 114. Danish Retursystem A / S shall collect every 4 weeks guilty deposits and fees under this order from manufacturers and importers shall. However, § 33, § 38, § 49 and § 50.
§ 115. Fees, expenses for the printing of deposit marks, overpaid investment grants, prepaid handling fees and deposits due etc. shall be paid to the Danish Retursystem A / S no later than 8 days from invoice date.
PCS. 2. Payable fees or deposits due, as referred to in paragraph. 1 due time, interest shall be paid. Interest shall be payable from the due date and otherwise in accordance with § 88 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 3. If the amounts due are not paid within 14 days of demand, matters Danish Retursystem A / S before the courts.
PCS. 4. In cases involving small debts, Danish Retursystem A / S as an alternative to involving the courts, enter into suitable payment arrangements with the debtor for settlement of debt.
§ 116. Danish Retursystem A / S may set off receivables in accordance with § 72, § 76 or § 84 of the handling fee or a charge for returned packaging that a return receive pursuant to § 71 and § 74 are entitled.
§ 117. If the manufacturer or importer does not make it after the notice required reporting, see. Chapter 13 and 14, the Danish Retursystem A / S decide on an estimated sale that can form the basis for fee collection, payment and repayment of deposits, etc. || | PCS. 2. If the manufacturer or importer has submitted incorrect information on the number of sold packages of beverages and for this or other reasons has paid too little in fees or deposits charged by Danish Retursystem A / S the amount due. Danish Retursystem A / S may decide on an estimated sale that can form the basis for fee collection and payment of the mortgage. The collection of the estimated sales should be based on any previous reports and statements for returned packaging and on the count of empty packaging according to §§ 66-68.
PCS. 3. If the manufacturer or importer has paid too much in fees or deposits, the overpaid repaid by Danish Retursystem A / S within 14 days of that relationship have been identified by Danish Retursystem A / S.
Chapter 27
Supervision and control
supervision
§ 118. Environmental Protection Agency oversees compliance with the rules in this notice provided. However paragraph. 2-4.
PCS. 2. Tax and Customs Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency oversees compliance with the rules of this Order on deposit marking, cf.. § 20, § 21, § 24 and Annex 2, and registration of packaging, etc. see. § 9, § 10 and § 14 to Danish Retursystem a / S and handle the authorities' administration as a result of the law § 110a paragraph. 1 and § 111 a.
PCS. 3. The municipal council oversees the management of packaging waste from dealers, etc. that is not collected by Danish Retursystem A / S and packaging covered by the Order can no longer be reused, see. § 7 paragraph. 2.
PCS. 4. The municipal council authorize in paragraph. 3 The waste for recycling under the rules of the Waste.
§ 119. During transport between the Danish customs area and customs in another EU country of commercially imported beverage packaging, the importer or the person acting on behalf of the importer, the supervisory authorities request show documentation for the importer is registered Danish Retursystem A / S under § 9 and that the packaging is registered Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 10
control
§ 120. Danish Retursystem A / S shall continuously monitoring compliance with the rules on marking of disposable packaging, collection and repayment of deposits, and providers registering for Danish Retursystem A / S. The check is carried out through observations at places to which the general public has access.

§ 121. Providers, distributors, stores and returns recipients shall at the request of the auditing company, the Environmental Protection Agency or the customs and tax authorities forward any information and documentation to the auditing company and to the authorities of the company's sales, supplies and transfers of beverage packaging for a specified period. It may in this connection is determined that the provider, distributor, store or returns recipient's own expense, have a state-authorized or registered accountant review the invoices for the period and that the auditor shall submit a declaration on the accuracy of the information provided.
§ 122. The auditing company shall, on request from the Environmental Protection Agency or Customs and Tax Administration the results of the in § 121 that investigation. The auditing company shall also Danish Retursystem A / S results of the investigation in terms of the information specified in § 70 paragraph. 3.
PCS. 2. If a supplier, distributor, store or returns recipient has submitted incorrect information to an extent that is not of secondary importance, or on demand failed to provide information that the company is obliged to make Danish Retursystem A / S shall report this to the Environmental Protection Agency .
Chapter 28
Decisions and appeal
§ 123. The environment minister's powers in accordance with § 9 a paragraph. 3, conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency.
PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency may grant exemption from the provisions of this Order. Environmental Protection Agency may in this connection decide that certain specific conditions must be observed.
PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency's decisions under this Order may not be appealed to any other administrative authority.
§ 124. Danish Retursystem A / S's decisions under this Order may be appealed to the Environmental Protection Agency,. Act § 9 f. The appeal deadline is 4 weeks from the day the Danish Retursystem A / S has informed the decision to the party.
PCS. 2. Danish Retursystem A / S's decisions under this Order shall be communicated in writing to the addressee. The decision must be substantiated. The reasons should refer to the legal rules under which the decision was made. To the extent that the decision under these rules are based on an administrative assessment, reasons shall also state the main factors which determined the assessment exercise. The decision must include a statement that the decision within 4 weeks may be appealed to the Environmental Protection Agency, and that the complaint must be in writing.
PCS. 3. If the Danish Retursystem A / S by a decision proposing to attach decisive importance to information that the addressee can not be assumed to be aware of the facts in the decision the matter, and this information also likely to be prejudicial to the person concerned, can Danish Retursystem A / S shall not make a decision until the person is provided with information and are given the opportunity to comment on it.
Chapter 29
penalty
§ 125. Unless a higher penalty is prescribed under other legislation, punishable by fine who



1) fails to register himself or to register packaging with Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 9 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 10 paragraph. 1 and 4-7, and § 14 paragraph. 3 and 5,
2) fails to comply with the § 9 paragraph. 2, § 10 paragraph. 2, 3 and 6, § 13 paragraph. 4 and § 14 paragraph. 4, mentioned deadlines for registering for Danish Retursystem A / S,
3) fails to collect or repay deposits or uses deposit rates other than those specified in. § 3, § 4, § 31 and § 32, or pay deposits contrary to § 72
4) fails to take back packaging, see. § 6
5) fails to ensure that refillable packaging is part of a collection system, see. § 7 paragraph. 1
6) fails to ensure that packaging is recovered, cf.. § 7 paragraph. 2, § 14 paragraph. 6, or § 63 paragraph. 5,
7) fails to comply with requests by the authorities to provide information, conduct surveys and calculations under. § 40 paragraph. 5,
8) fails to keep records sold, supplied and transferred packaging, see. § 52
9) fails to report if sold, supplied and transferred packaging, see. § 53 and § 58
10) disregards the by Danish Retursystem A / S instructions given on the operation, maintenance and safety of compressors, central control units and other technical equipment, see. § 85. 3 and § 88 paragraph. 4
11) markets disposable packaging contrary to § 15 paragraph. 2 and 3,
12) markets disposable packaging not registered with Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 10 and § 14,

13) markets packaging without the prescribed deposit marking, cf.. § 20
14) markets packaging marked contrary to the rules of § 20 and § 21, see. Annex 2
15) signs an agreement with the auditing company in contravention of § 100 paragraph. 1, or enters into an agreement with an operator in contravention of § 68 paragraph. 5 and 6,
16) passes on, transfers, processes or stores information in contravention of § 70 paragraph. 3, § 101 paragraph. 4, or § 102 paragraph. 1 and 2
17) fails to take measures to prevent damage to disposable packaging, see. § 63 paragraph. 3, or fails to make registration according to § 83 paragraph. 4
18) fails to provide information to the auditing company or Environmental Protection Agency,. § 121
19) fails to separate disposable packaging, cf.. § 65 paragraph. 2
20) fails to disclose information to the Environmental Protection Agency,. § 122 paragraph. 1
21) fails to take necessary measures to ensure correct and adequate settlement of deposits on disposable packaging, see. § 66 paragraph. 3,
22) disregards an order to bring the cooperation with the auditing company to end, according to. § 102 paragraph. 3, or continues to work with an operator in contravention of § 68 paragraph. 6
23) fails to record or incorrectly records on invoices or fails to keep accounts of empty refillable packaging, cf.. § 60
24) fails to report the empty refillable packaging, cf.. § 62
25) stores, copies or otherwise makes available information in contravention of § 68 paragraph. 7
26) pays costs via fees, deposits credited as income or other income for purposes other than those for the Order permitted, see. § 33 paragraph. 2, § 35, § 37, § 39, § 41, § 90, §§ 91-93 and § 99 paragraph. 3,
27) fails to invite tenders or invites tenders in contravention of § 96
28) carries out other business, takes on obligations or commences activities without approval, cf.. § 98
29) contravenes conditions laid down by the Environmental Protection Agency in an approval, cf.. § 98 paragraph. 4, or derogation stipulated. § 123 paragraph. 2
30) takes out loans for purposes or on terms, pledges assets or acquires real estate or buildings not approved by the Environmental Protection Agency, cf.. § 99 paragraph. 1 and 2,
31) fails to notify the Environmental Protection Agency of ownership in Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 112, paragraph. 2
32) fails to provide written material and documentation as specified in § 113 paragraph. 3 and 5, or fails to provide assistance, see. § 113 paragraph. 3 and 6
33) fails to prepare and submit annual reports, interim reports and budgets and budget, see. § 64 paragraph. 2 and §§ 104-107,
34) disregards guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency on preparation of budgets and budget, see. § 107 paragraph. 5,
35) records of costs and revenues in violation of established procedures, cf.. § 108 and § 109
36) fails to inform the Environmental Protection Agency of substantial departures from budget, cf.. § 107 paragraph. 6, or changes in the company's registration of transactions, see. § 109
37) carries out work or reporting in contravention with the Environmental Protection Agency audit instructions laid down, see. § 110, paragraph. 1
38) fails to provide or submit information and evidence or investigations at the request of the Environmental Protection Agency, cf.. § 111
39) giving false or misleading information or documentation in accordance with this notice.


PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence and if the violation is achieved or intended financial gain for himself or others, including savings.
PCS. 3. It may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
Chapter 30
Implementation and transitional provisions
§ 126. Order shall enter into force on 4 September 2008 stated. However paragraph. 3-10, and terminate automatically Sept. 4, 2013, unless otherwise determined.
PCS. 2. Order no. 326 of 24 April 2008 on deposits on and collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages termination. However paragraph. 3-6.

PCS. 3. cases and appeals pending before May 5, 2008, finalized by executive order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 on deposits on and collection of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks. Pending cases and complaints arising in the period from 5 May 2008 to 3 September 2008, finalized by executive order no. 326 of 24 April 2008. Appeals against decisions made in the period from 5 May 2008 to september 3, 2008 and before the appeal deadline referred to the Environmental Protection Agency finalized according to the rules of order e no. 326 of 24 april 2008.
PCS. 4. Costs for the payment of subsidies granted by Executive Order no. 1116 of 21 December 2001 on the collection etc.. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, see. § 97 paragraph. 2, point 2., In Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 on deposits and collection. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, grants according to § 42 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002, grants in accordance with § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 and grants according to § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24. april 2008 is included as appropriate in calculating the logistics fee under this Order.
PCS. 5. The levying of fees and payment of handling fees follows the following order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 already established collection and payment dates.
PCS. 6. Reports under this Order for the sale and delivery of containers and empty refillable packaging follows the reporting periods already defined in Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002.
PCS. 7. Product and packaging types containing beverages covered by § 1. 1, no. 5, which is already marketed before May 5, 2008, to be later than 22 September 2008 will be signed Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 10
PCS. 8 companies which market product and packaging types containing beverages covered by § 1. 1, no. 5, to be later than 22 September 2008 will be signed Danish Retursystem A / S in accordance with § 9.
PCS. 9. Importers and manufacturers of products and packaging types containing beverages covered by § 1. 1, no. 5, shall by October 1, 2008 comply with the provisions of this Order on the labeling of disposable packaging, cf.. § 20.
PCS. 10. Distributors, grocery stores, returns recipients, middlemen and other traders before 1 October 2008, purchased or received deliveries of products and packaging types containing beverages covered by § 1. 1 pt. 5 may until 1 December 2008 legally market these packages without the deposit marking, etc., as prescribed in § 20
§ 127. Subsidies granted under § 42 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 on deposits and collection. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, according to § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 on deposits on and collection of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks or pursuant to § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24. april 2008 on deposits and collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages must be repaid if the eligible facilities etc. are permanently taken out of service. Grants must also be repaid if conditions for obtaining grants under § 43 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002, pursuant to § 81 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007, or pursuant to § 81 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24 april 2008, either not met or breach significantly. The value of the grant written down annually by 20 percent of the grant.
PCS. 2. The amounts to be refunded under paragraph. 1, payable to the Danish Retursystem A / S within 14 days of demand by the company. If the amount due is not timely on demand, matters Danish Retursystem A / S before the courts.

§ 128. Stores and returns recipients who have received streamlining subsidies according to § 42 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002 on deposits and collection. of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks, according to § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 on deposits on and collection of packaging for beer and certain soft drinks or pursuant to § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24. april 2008 on deposits on and collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages, to give Danish Retursystem A / S and the authorities access to perform installation, inspection, testing, repairs and technical alterations to reception and sorting, including central control units, as well as installation of compressors free of charge for the store with a view to facilitating the return of disposable packaging and repayment of deposits for, and implementation of security measures relating thereto.
Ministry of Environment, June 19, 2008
Troels Lund Poulsen
/ Anne-Marie Rasmussen
Annex 1
Overview of packaging covered by the notice referred to. § 1. 1
The table below reproduces Annex 2, no. 2, point ae (second part of Annex 2) of Legislative Decree no. 101 of 13 February 2001, last amended by Act no. 523 of 17 June 2008 on tax on certain packaging, bags , disposable tableware and PVC foils.
Packaging Tax Act Annex 2 provides an overview of the tax under the volume-based packaging duty,. Packaging Tax Act § 1 pt. 1 and 2.
Packaging that is covered by the Packaging Tax Act § 1, no. 2, covered by the mandatory deposit and return system, ie the Order on deposits for and the collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages.
Packaging for the product categories listed in the guide's second column, as mentioned included in the Order on deposits on and collection etc. of packaging for certain beverages. Product groups are partly described in the same terms as in the Packaging Tax Act § 1, no. 2, point ae, and partly with a shorter and more popular version of the product group name. It also refers to the EU Combined Nomenclature (customs tariff product codes) to clarify the distinction between the groups.
In view's third column is the covered product categories specified.
Reference list include to parts of Annex 2 to the Packaging Duty Act, which is not reproduced here. This is indicated by footnotes inserted into the overview.
Overview of the tax under the volume-based packaging tax





2)


Covered by the mandatory deposit and return system



a.


Beer classified under heading 2203 of the EU Combined Nomenclature


Includes the following:
Beer with an alcohol content exceeding 0.5 per cent. vol.





beer







Excludes the following:






-


Other fermented beverages with an alcohol content of 10 per cent. vol. or less, including malt-based alcopops, which are covered by no. 2, point d below (other fermented beverages).






-


Other fermented beverages with an alcohol content exceeding 10 per cent. vol., covered by no. 1, point c, ovenfor1) (fruit wine).



b.


Mineral water, lemonade and other products containing carbon dioxide, classified under heading 2201 and 2202 in the EU Combined Nomenclature.
Carbonated mineral water





Includes the following:



-


Carbonated beverages with an alcohol content of 0.5 per cent. v. or less, including:



-



Water of the 'Danish water type, "natural mineral water and spring water with natural or added carbon dioxide, whether these are aromatise or not.



-


Sweetened and / or flavored carbonated soft drinks.



-


Other non-alcoholic carbonated beverages, such as lavalkoholholdig beer, wine and fruit wine, including cider and perry, etc., with an alcohol content of 0.5 per cent. v. or less.









Excludes the following:



-


Non-carbonated beverages with an alcohol content of 0.5 per cent. v. or less, including, inter alia, concentrated juice that is not drinkable, fruit and vegetable juices or musts and ready-to-drink beverages based on milk or cocoa and milk which are included under item. 3.2) ie the weight-based packaging tax.






c.


Mixtures of non-alcoholic beverages and spirits classified under heading 2208 of the EU's combined nomenclature with an alcohol content of 10 per cent. v. or less. Non-alcoholic beverages includes, besides heading 2201 and 2202 in the EU Combined Nomenclature also heading 2009.
Spirit-based alcopops





Includes the following:



Mixtures of spirits with:



-


Carbonated non-alcoholic beverages, see. Point b.



-


Non-carbonated beverages, including chocolate milk or milk.



-


Fruit or vegetable juices or musts.



If the alcohol content is greater than 0.5 per cent. vol. but not exceeding 10 per cent. vol.






Excludes the following:



-


If the above mixtures alcohol content exceeding 10 per cent. vol., by which the mixture is covered by no. 1, point 3) (spirits).






d.


Other fermented beverages and mixtures of fermented beverages classified under heading 2206 of the EU's combined nomenclature as well as mixtures of non-alcoholic beverages and fermented beverages classified under heading 2206 of the EU Combined Nomenclature, the beverage or the alcohol content is 10 per cent. v. or less. However, ready-mixed mulled wine consisting of red wine and mulled wine extract meaning. No. 1, litra4). Non-alcoholic beverages includes, besides heading 2201 and 2202 in the EU Combined Nomenclature also heading 2009.
Other fermented beverages
- Including fermented alcopops (wine-, fruit wine- and malt-based)





Includes the following:



-


Other fermented beverages and mixtures of beverages with an alcohol content of 10 per cent. v. or less.



-



Mixtures of fermented beverages, ie beer, wine or fruit wine, with:





-


Carbonated non-alcoholic beverages, see. Point b.





-


Non-carbonated beverages, including chocolate milk or milk.





-


Fruit or vegetable juices or musts.



If the alcohol content is greater than 0.5 per cent. vol. but not exceeding 10 per cent. vol.






Excludes the following:



-


If the above beverages or mixtures alcohol content exceeding 10 per cent. vol., whereby the beverage or mixture is covered by no. 1, point c) 4 (fruit wine).



-


Ready-mixed mulled wine consisting of red wine and mulled wine extract, which is covered by no. 1, point c) 4 (fruit wine).






e.


Mineral water, lemonade, iced tea and similar drinks that are immediately ready to drink and that is without carbon dioxide, classified under headings 2201 and 2202 in the EU Combined Nomenclature when packaging these items included in the deposit and return system.
Non-carbonated water, lemonade, iced tea, etc.





Includes the following:



-


Waters, including natural or artificial mineral waters, both added and no added sugar or other sweeteners and both flavored and unflavoured.



If the mixture is immediately ready to drink as water with flavor, lemonades, orangeades, iced tea and the like and where the alcohol content is 0.5 percent. v. or less.






Excludes the following:



-


The fruit and vegetable juices or musts.



-


Beverages based on milk or cocoa and milk.







1) 'no. 1, point c, above 'refers to the first part of Annex 2 to the Packaging Duty Act, which is not reproduced here.

2) 'no. 3 'refers to the Packaging Duty Act, § 1, no. 3

3) "no. 1 point a 'refers to the first part of Annex 2 to the Packaging Duty Act, which is not reproduced here.

4) 'no. 1, point c 'refers to the first part of Annex 2 to the Packaging Duty Act, which is not reproduced here.



Appendix 2
Marking of disposable packaging
1. General information about the marking of disposable packaging
This annex sets out guidelines for the labeling of all disposable beverage packaging covered by this Order, cf.. § 20.
The deposit mark, deposit code, EAN barcode and GTIN must be part of the package original graphic design, that is to be printed directly onto the packaging or pre-printed on the packaging's primary label (primary marking see. § 20 paragraph. 3).

Alternatively, use a self-adhesive deposit label with deposit mark, deposit code and material specification or a self-adhesive deposit label with deposit mark, deposit code, material specification, EAN barcode and GTIN, approved exclusively for the Danish market (secondary marking, cf.. § 20 paragraph. 4).
Regardless of the choice of marking method, the deposit mark, deposit code, material specification, EAN barcode and GTIN designed and positioned as described in this Annex.
Whether disposable packaging sold in multipacks, gift boxes, transport packaging, etc. or individually, each disposable packaging shall be marked in accordance with the guidelines in this Annex.
2. Registration of disposable
A manufacturer or importer shall, when registering disposable packaging pursuant to § 10 state which marking category which he wishes to use for each of the registered packaging and product types, see. § 12.
Danish Retursystem A / S shall notify on the basis of submitted documentation according to. § 12 paragraph. 2, the labeling satisfies the requirements of this Annex. Danish Retursystem A / S will guide producers and importers on the technical possibilities and requirements of the Order to the desired marking category or on the choice of other labeling categories.
3. Deposit mark and deposit code
3.1. The deposit mark and deposit code
The deposit mark and deposit code consists of the following elements defined. Figure 1:





1.


A logo consisting of two arrows, symbolizing that the disposable packaging is part of a deposit and return system for recycling.



2.


A letter indicating the deposit amount to be paid for the disposable packaging:





Group A:


Pant = 1.00 kr.





Group B:


Pant = 1.50 kr.





Group C:


Pant = 3.00 kr.



3.


The word "Pant" which makes it clear to the consumer and returns recipient that is subject to a deposit packaging.



4.


A deposit code consisting of 5 black dots. Deposit code appearance can be changed with prior approval from the Environmental Protection Agency




3.2. Pant mark and deposit code graphic design
The deposit mark and deposit code shall be designed so that there is sufficient contrast between the background and the deposit mark and deposit code, as applicable black color for the deposit mark logo and text as well as for the deposit code.
The deposit mark and deposit code to be printed on a white background (white light zone), and the perimeter of the white background that will surround the deposit mark and deposit code must be minimum 2 mm into the black deposit mark and deposit code.
The height on the white background (white light) must be 19.4 mm and the width should be 18.8 mm, with the white background (white light) can be rectangular or follow the contours of the deposit mark and deposit code at a distance of 2 mm. The various solutions for the white background are given in Figure 2.
Danish Retursystem A / S may exceptionally decide on the use of a light background color other than white, if Danish Retursystem A / S assesses that the applied color does not cause problems with the proper payment of the mortgage.
There must be within the white background area not pressed other characters, etc. than the deposit mark and deposit code.
The font for the actual deposit mark shall be Helvetica Rounded Bold. The font size must be minimum 6 point (the word "Pant) and minimum 8 point (letter 'A', 'B' or 'C').
Deposit code 5 dots must each have a radius of 1.2 mm to 0.7 mm between each dot.
The width of the arrow logo / deposit mark is 11 mm.
Distance from the arrow logo / deposit mark to the deposit code must be 3 mm.
The overall graphic image of the deposit mark and deposit code must have a width of 14.8 mm and a height of 15.4 mm as shown in Figure 2.

Danish Retursystem A / S shall send out out information on print tolerances for the deposit mark and deposit code. As the size of the deposit mark and deposit code are essential for correct payment of the mortgage, the above sizes and supplied information on print tolerances be observed.
Addition, the deposit mark and deposit code must not be embossed on disposable packaging, as it must be on a flat pressure.
4. EAN barcode and GTIN
As regards marking in marking category 1-3, producers and importers themselves the necessary GTIN from their own country's GS1 organization prior to registration of the disposable packaging with Danish Retursystem A / S.
As regards marking in marking category 4 assigns Danish Retursystem A / S when registering disposable packaging a unique Danish EAN barcode and a unique Danish GTIN, see. § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 4
On legalization of disposable packaging that is seized or detained awarded the packages an EAN barcode with a GTIN approved exclusively for the Danish market and is specifically selected by Danish Retursystem A / S for use in legalization situations, cf.. § 29, paragraph. 2.
As far as the size and printing of EAN bar code provided. § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, 2 and 4 shall:





1)


For marking categories 1 and 2: the EAN barcode (GTIN-13, GTIN-8, GTIN-12 (formerly UPC -stregkode)) must be made in accordance with the GS1 standard for size 1.0 on cans and size 0.8 on primary labels on disposable plastic and glass.



2)


For marking category 4: Danish Retursystem A / S ensures that the EAN barcode on the deposit label has a size of 0.9 regardless of material type.




There are no specific requirements for the size of the EAN barcode for marking category 3.
EAN barcodes used in marking, for all marking categories, comply with the then-current GS1 standards recommended GSI / GTIN-12 system, reference is made to the GSI Manual 2000, published by GS1 Denmark, and any subsequent corrections.
If after the first marketing of all registered packaging or product turns marking category, switch EAN barcode and GTIN as follows:
Changes to and from marking categories 2 and 4 always require a new EAN barcode and GTIN.
Changes between marking categories 1 and 3 do not require changes to the EAN barcode and GTIN.
5. Deposit labels
5.1. Deposit labels
Danish Retursystem A / S manufactures two types of deposit labels, is structured as follows, cf. Chart 1, 5 and 6:
Marking category 3: a material specification (plastic, glass, aluminum or steel), a deposit mark and a deposit code.
Marking category 4: a material specification (plastic, glass, aluminum or steel), a deposit mark, a deposit code and an EAN barcode and a GTIN approved solely for the Danish market.
Always use a deposit label where the material specification and value of the deposit on the deposit label corresponding to one-way packaging and the deposit, see. § 3, § 4 and § 24 paragraph. 1, no. 3 and 4
In addition, manufactures Danish Retursystem A / S a special legalization deposit label for legalization in accordance with § 111 a. 3 Chart 7. The legalization deposit label consists of a material specification (plastic, glass, aluminum or steel), a deposit mark, a deposit code and an EAN barcode and a GTIN selected by Danish Retursystem A / S for legalization, see. § 29th the legalization deposit label differs entirely graphical know there are added 2 bars and a round dot on the deposit label.
5.2. Pant label graphic design
Pant label design and use of colors should be prepared in such a way as to achieve the greatest possible assurance that it can not be copied.
A deposit label can be a maximum measuring 60 mm in height and 33 mm in width.
Danish Retursystem A / S the deposit labels printed on paper or plastic film and ensures that the deposit labels are self-adhesive and as far as possible not be removed without the deposit label is destroyed.
Deposit labels with barcodes Always replace disposable packaging so that the lines of codes are parallel to the bottom of the packaging (ladder), and so that the text of the deposit label is read horizontally when the packaging is upright.

Deposit labels shall be placed on easily removable labels ( "peel-off labels"), on grouped packaging or transport packaging, etc., as the individual disposable packaging must bear the adhesive deposit mark.
6. Requirements for marking category 1
6.1. Marking category 1
Marking category 1 is used for disposable packaging in which the overall marking including deposit mark, deposit code and the globally used EAN barcode and GTIN printed directly onto the disposable packaging or onto the primary label, see. § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and Figure 3.
6.2. Deposit mark and deposit code
The requirements for the deposit mark and deposit code provided. Section 3 must be observed.
6.3. EAN barcode and GTIN
The requirements for the EAN barcode and GTIN, see. Section 4 must be observed.
6.4. Location of the label
Deposit mark and deposit code is placed as far as possible in the middle of the packaging relative to top and bottom, although the top of the deposit mark and deposit code never located more than 180 mm from the bottom of the packaging. Danish Retursystem A / S in connection with the choice of marking category require the deposit mark and deposit code to be placed elsewhere on the packaging, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.
EAN barcode must be placed vertically on the packaging. This means that the bars of the EAN barcode must be parallel with the bottom of the packaging (ladder).
EAN barcode is placed as far as possible in the immediate vicinity of the deposit mark and deposit code. The top of the EAN barcode must never be located more than 180 mm from the bottom of the packaging.
In positioning the EAN barcode linked to the deposit mark and deposit code, the GTIN-12 system requirements for the size of the light observed.
The deposit mark must always be placed so that the text is read horizontally when the packaging is upright.
The deposit mark, deposit code, EAN barcode and GTIN must not be placed in an easily removable label ( "peel-off label"), on grouped packaging or transport packaging, etc.
7. Requirements for marking category 2
7.1. Marking category 2
Marking category 2 is used for disposable packaging in which the overall marking including deposit mark, deposit code, EAN barcode and GTIN, approved exclusively for the Danish market, printed directly onto the disposable packaging or onto the primary label, see. § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and Figure 4.
7.2. Deposit mark and deposit code
The requirements for the deposit mark and deposit code provided. Section 3 must be observed.
7.3. EAN barcode and GTIN
The requirements for the EAN barcode and GTIN, see. Section 4 must be observed.
7.4. Location of the label
Deposit mark and deposit code is placed as far as possible in the middle of the packaging relative to top and bottom, although the top of the deposit mark and deposit code never located more than 180 mm from the bottom of the packaging. Danish Retursystem A / S in connection with the choice of marking category require the deposit mark and deposit code to be placed elsewhere on the packaging, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.
EAN barcode must be placed vertically on the packaging. This means that the bars of the EAN barcode must be parallel with the bottom of the packaging (ladder).
EAN barcode is placed as far as possible in the immediate vicinity of the deposit mark and deposit code. The top of the EAN barcode must never be placed more than 180 mm from the bottom of the packaging.
In positioning the EAN barcode linked to the deposit mark and deposit code, the GTIN-12 system requirements for the size of the light observed.
The deposit mark must always be placed so that the text is read horizontally when the packaging is upright.
The deposit mark, deposit code, EAN barcode and GTIN must not be placed in an easily removable label ( "peel-off label") or multipack packaging, transport packaging, etc.
8. Requirements for marking category 3
8.1. Marking category 3
Marking category 3 is used for disposable packaging in which the globally used EAN barcode and EAN article number are printed directly onto the disposable packaging or onto the primary label. Marking with the material specification, deposit mark and deposit code is done by affixing the deposit label made for Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and Figure 5.
Deposit labels are manufactured in accordance with the guidelines described in section 5.
8.2. Deposit mark and deposit code
The deposit mark and deposit code is part of the deposit label and must comply with the requirements for the deposit mark and deposit code, cf.. Section 3
8.3. EAN barcode and GTIN
The requirements for the EAN barcode and GTIN, see. Section 4 must be observed.
8.4. Location of the deposit label

The deposit label must as far as possible be placed in the middle of the packaging relative to top and bottom, although the top of the deposit label never located more than 180 mm from the bottom of the packaging. Danish Retursystem A / S in connection with the choice of marking category require the deposit mark and deposit code to be placed elsewhere on the packaging, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.
EAN barcode must be placed vertically on the packaging. This means that the bars of the EAN barcode must be parallel with the bottom of the packaging (ladder).
The deposit label must as far as possible be placed in the immediate vicinity of the EAN bar code.
When placing the deposit label associated with the EAN barcode must ensure that the GTIN-12 system requirements for the size of the light observed.
The deposit label must always be placed so that the text is read horizontally when the packaging is upright.
The deposit label shall be placed on an easily removable label ( "peel-off label") or multipack packaging, transport packaging, etc.
When placing the deposit label on the packaging must be ensured that the deposit label does not conceal any other statutory marking information.
9. Requirements for marking category 4
9.1. Marking category 4
Marking category 4 is used for disposable packaging, not directly onto the disposable packaging or onto the primary label printed EAN barcode and GTIN. Marking category 4 is also used where the EAN barcode and GTIN does not comply with the requirements of Section 4
Marking with the material specification, deposit mark, deposit code, EAN barcode and GTIN, approved solely for the Danish market, done by affixing the deposit label produced by Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 24 paragraph. 1 pt. 4
Deposit labels are manufactured in accordance with the guidelines described in section 5.
9.2. Deposit mark and deposit code
The deposit mark and deposit code is part of the deposit label and must comply with the requirements for the deposit mark and deposit code, cf.. Section 3
9.3. EAN barcode and GTIN
An EAN barcode and a GTIN approved solely for the Danish market must be used. EAN barcode and GTIN allocated by Danish Retursystem A / S. The requirements for the EAN barcode and GTIN, see. Section 4 must be observed.
In marking category 4, the EAN barcode and GTIN on the deposit label correspond to the EAN barcode and the GTIN, such as product and packaging type in accordance with § 10
9.4. Location of the deposit label
The deposit label must as far as possible be placed in the middle of the packaging relative to top and bottom, although the top of the deposit label never located more than 180 mm from the bottom of the packaging. Danish Retursystem A / S in connection with the choice of marking category require the deposit label must be placed elsewhere on the packaging see. § 24 paragraph. 2.
The deposit label must be placed vertically on the packaging. This means that the bars of the EAN barcode must be parallel with the bottom of the packaging (ladder) so that the deposit label text is read horizontally when the packaging is upright.
When placing the deposit label on the packaging must be ensured that the deposit label does not conceal any other statutory marking information.
If the packaging may have a direct printed EAN barcode and GTIN onto the packaging material or its primary label, the deposit label shall always cover at least 3 whole bars of the original EAN barcode. Is it not possible in this way to cover the original EAN barcode on the packaging because. The requirements for the deposit label placement requirements, the original EAN barcode shall be rendered illegible by striking out 3 whole bars.
10. Requirements for legalization marking
10.1. The legalization deposit label
In connection with the legalization of confiscated packaging should be used legalization deposit label, cf.. § 29 and Figure 7.
Marking with the material specification, deposit mark, deposit code, EAN barcode and GTIN, approved solely for the Danish market, done by affixing the legalization deposit label produced by Danish Retursystem A / S.
The color of the EAN barcode and GTIN background must be white.
The legalization deposit label produced in accordance with the guidelines described in section 5.
10.2. Deposit mark and deposit code
The deposit mark and deposit code is part of the deposit label and must comply with the requirements for the deposit mark and deposit code, cf.. Section 3
10.3. EAN barcode and GTIN
On legalization after the seizure of disposables allocated an EAN barcode with a GTIN approved exclusively for the Danish market and is specifically selected by Danish Retursystem A / S for use in legalization situations, cf.. § 29 paragraph. 2. The requirements for the EAN barcode and GTIN, see. Section 4 must be observed.
10.4. Location of the deposit label

The deposit label must as far as possible be placed in the middle of the packaging relative to top and bottom, although the top of the deposit label never located more than 180 mm from the bottom of the packaging. Danish Retursystem A / S in connection with the choice of marking category require the deposit mark and deposit code to be placed elsewhere on the packaging, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.
The deposit label must be placed vertically on the packaging. This means that the bars of the EAN barcode must be parallel with the bottom of the packaging (ladder) and so that the deposit label text is read horizontally when the packaging is upright.
If the packaging may have a direct printed EAN barcode and GTIN onto the packaging material or its primary label or if it already had to sit a lien label, legalization deposit label shall always cover at least 3 whole bars of the original EAN barcode. Is it not possible in this way to cover the original EAN barcode on the packaging because. The requirements for the deposit label placement requirements, the original EAN barcode shall be rendered illegible by striking out 3 whole bars.
When placing the deposit label on the packaging must be ensured that the deposit label does not conceal any other statutory marking information.

Appendix 3
Calculation of handling fee
1. Introduction
Handling remuneration is the payment for the return receipt and sorting of empty packages granted to stores in accordance with this notice. The handling remuneration shall reflect the cost of the time spent (converted into wage costs) that can be attributed to the sorting of refillable packaging and preparation of empty disposable packaging in Danish Retursystem A / S 'collection materials at stores, see. § 74.
Basically, the calculation of management compensation include all operations carried out by store personnel in the handling of returned packaging that triggers the handling remuneration.
Calculation of handling fee based on the division of the packages in return groups and the shops of store groups. By combining these two groups appear 9 handling fee rates for refillable packaging and 15 handling remuneration rates for disposable packaging. The difference in the number of rates due to the disposable packaging is more store groups than for refillable packaging. Retail and returns group structure specified in Section 2 and 3 of this Annex. The many rates are intended to ensure that as far as possible be paid the handling fee that corresponds exactly to the individual store costs.
Danish Retursystem A / S informs the request of providers, shops, distributors and intermediaries on the current rates of handling remuneration for refillable packaging and disposable packaging. In addition, published the current rates of handling remuneration to Danish Retursystem A / S's website.
2. Return and store groups for refillable packaging
Refillable packaging is divided into the following returns groups, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 2, Nos. 1-3:





-


Return Group 1: Glass bottles



-


Returns Group 2: Plastic bottles of not more than 99 cl



-


Returns group 3: Plastic bottles of 99 cl




Handling remuneration for refillable packaging is calculated for the following store groups:





-


Store group A1 and A2 (A): Stores with reverse vending machines that have received investment subsidies within the last 5 years, regardless of whether there is a compressor installed or not.



-


Store group B1 and B2 (B): Stores with reverse vending machines that have not received investment subsidies for the last 5 years, regardless of whether there is a compressor installed or not.



-


Store group C: Stores without reverse vending machines that receive refillable packaging manually.




Based on the above structure is calculated 9 rates of handling remuneration for refillable packaging, cf.. Table 1.
Table 1 - Handling remuneration rates for refillable packaging








Store group
A 1 and A 2 (A)


Store group
B1 and B2 (B)


Store group C



Glass bottles


HG rate 1g


HG rate 4g


HG rate 7g



Plastic bottles of not more than 99 cl


HG rate 2g


HG rate 5g


HG rate 8g



Plastic bottles in excess of 99 cl


HG rate 3G


HG rate 6g


HG rate 9g




3. Return and store groups for disposable packaging
Disposable packaging is divided into the following returns groups, cf.. § 74 paragraph. 2, no. 4-6:





-


Return Group 4: Disposable packaging of metal (aluminum and steel).



-


Returns group 5: Disposable packaging of plastic.



-


Return Group 6: Single-use glass.




All disposable packaging within the same category of material placed in the same returns groups, regardless of the packages size.
Handling remuneration for disposable packaging, calculated for the following store groups:





-


Store group A1: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines, which have received investment grants from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last 5 years and have installed a compactor.



-


Store group A2: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines, which have received investment grants from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last 5 years and have not installed a compressor.



-


Store group B1: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines that have not received investment subsidies from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last 5 years and have installed a compactor.



-


Store group B2: Stores that have installed reverse vending machines that have not received investment subsidies from the Danish Retursystem A / S within the last 5 years and have not installed a compressor.



-


Store group C: Stores without reverse vending machines that receive disposable manually.




Based on the above structure is calculated that 15 rates for the handling fee for disposable packaging, cf.. Table 2.
Table 2 - Handling remuneration rates for disposable packaging







retail
Group A1


retail
group A2


retail
group B1


retail
Group B2


retail
Group C



Material category: metal (aluminum and steel)


HG rate 1e


HG rate 4e


HG rate 7e


HG rate 10e


HG rate 13e



Material Type: plastic



HG rate 2e


HG rate 5e


HG rate 8e


HG rate 11e


HG rate 14e



Material Category: glass


HG rate 3e


HG rate 6e


HG rate 9e


HG rate 12e


HG rate 15e




4. Danish Retursystem A / S 'standard stores
The rates of handling remuneration are revised every 4 years by Danish Retursystem A / S for time studies in the company's 84 standard stores.
Standard stores are selected by Danish Retursystem A / S so as to include both stores that have received investment subsidies and stores that have not received investment grants.
The geographical distribution within analysis groups and retail chains secured by an adequate distribution of the standard stores east and west of the Great Belt.
In the analysis of stores belonging to chains ensured by within each analysis group selected stores representing various retail chains.
In addition, the selection is made of standard stores in accordance with the breakdown in Table 3.
Table 3 - Breakdown of Danish Retursystem A / S 'standard stores





Analysis Groups


Shop types


Total returns quantity of refillable packaging and disposable packaging per. per year. store


Stores with reverse vending machines


Shops with compactor


Number of standard stores



Analysis
Group 1


Department stores, hypermarkets and supermarkets and large discount stores


≥ 700,000 packages


Yes


Yes


30



Analysis
Group 2


Small and medium-sized supermarkets, including discount stores


<700,000 packages


Yes





Yes


12



No


18






Analysis
Group 3


Small supermarkets, convenience stores, mini markets, gas stations, small discount stores mm.


Not quantity broken down


No


No


24












Danish Retursystem A / S will also establish the extent necessary, an independent standard group for intermediaries with a fixed establishment from which marketed a wide range of groceries.
On the basis of the analysis in standard stores calculated rates of handling remuneration from the
33 per cent. most efficient standard stores within each of the three analysis groups in terms of handling costs. Calculated 9 rates for refillable packaging and 15 rates for disposable packaging.

Danish Retursystem A / S replaces half of the standard stores each time the company has to make new time studies in connection with a revision of the rates of handling remuneration,. § 74 paragraph. 4. The replacement must as far as possible take place smoothly within the three analysis groups. Among half of the standard stores that are replaced in connection with a new time studies, the standard stores that in the past period has changed from a store group (A1, A2, B1, B2 or C) to another.
5. Assumptions and calculation
The following describes the assumptions and methods by which the rates of handling remuneration for refillable packaging and disposable set.
For the calculation of the handling costs used Standard figures, as set forth below.
Standard figures are used at two levels:





1.


Across stores



2.


In some shops




Table 4 - Assumptions for handling fees





Across stores


Unit


Refillable packaging


Disposable packaging



Number of loose packaging bottled table


Packaging per. m2










Number of boxes on the taxiway


Boxes per. m







Proportion of fixed non-attributable costs for bottle boy (FD)


Pct.









Share of non-attributable costs in time for shop staff (BP)


Pct.









Hourly FD


Kr. Per. hour incl. holiday pay









Hourly wages BP


Kr. Per. hour incl. holiday pay









Provided price and wage index


Increase in per cent.









BP service time: min. per. RVM per. hour


Mine. per. hour









In some shops




Distribution FD / BP


Pct.









Distribution of loose bottles and bottles in boxes


Pct.







Running time FD and BP - only in manual stores


Per seconds. bottle











5.1. Calculation of the handling costs
The analysis includes time studies in Danish Retursystem A / S 'standard stores of all operations performed in connection with the take-back, sorting and preparation of refillable packaging and disposable packaging in each of the individual standard stores.
Handling times are divided into a number of sub-operations which cover stores with and without reverse vending / compactor. The sub-operations used in any given standard store are studied from uniform methods and principles.
Handling costs are divided into:





-


fixed non-attributable costs



-


variable attributable costs for the individual returns groups




Fixed non-attributable costs are allocated based on a distribution of the individual cost centers (returns group). Variable attributable costs directly allocated to the individual cost carrier (returns group).
5.2. Fixed non-attributable costs
The handling times for the fixed non-attributable costs are divided into the sub-operations in Schedule 5.
Table 5 - sub-operations for the fixed non-attributable costs





Fixed non-attributable costs


Refillable packaging


Disposable



Travel bottles on tape (include only stores with reverse vending machines)









Pushing bottles forward (include only stores with reverse vending machines)









Moving boxes / bags / pallets









Customer service / changing of receipt roll









Planning (include only stores with reverse vending machines)









Cleanup





Look for boxes / bags / pallets





Waiting






The time required for the handling operations that can not reasonably be attributed to a specific return group, allocated to individual returns groups based on their share of the total operating time in the shop and in the proportion of returned packaging to stores (last 12 months).
5.3. Variable attributable costs
The variable attributable costs are obtained through time studies of all operations performed in connection with the take-back, sorting and preparation of packaging in each store, and can be directly attributed to it.
Handling times for the variable cost is for all stores divided into a number of subsidiary operations, covering both stores with and without reverse vending machines, see. Diagram 6:
Table 6 - sub-operations for the variable attributable costs





Variable attributable costs


Refillable packaging


Disposable



Crate or pallet container to tape or board









Receive packaging from the customer incl. sorting box or bag










Receive cash from customer







Print flaskebon to customer









Move pallet container to empty the station







Sorting in the box / bag or pallet container.









Moving cash from roller conveyor for pallet or floor







Move box to palleteringssted







Placing the box on pure pallet / mixpalle







Transport for baglager / yard / shed / cellar







After sorting and palletizing of mixpalle to clean pallets







strapping







Transport pallet, box, bag or pallet container from baglager for pickup space









Place box for compressed packaging in compactor







Moving filled box from compactor







Brand and closing the filled box with compacted packaging and filled sacks or pallet container








5.4. calculation
The handling costs per. Store calculated based on the same principles. The variable operation times added to fixed non-attributable time and converted to handling costs through the use of distribution percentage for bottle boy / store personnel and a weighted hourly rate for each group.
The final handling cost is calculated across the three standard store analysis groups based on a weighting of the total return per grade. analysis group.
6. Change the rates of handling remuneration
When a store installs a reverse vending machine compactor or receives investment grants, the store must switch to another store group and thus a different rate for handling fee. The shop must see. § 74 paragraph. 6, notify the Danish Retursystem A / S within 14 days after the change occurs. The same applies if it is more than 5 years since the store has received investment subsidies or if the store cease using RVM / compactor to receive the package. In connection with these changes the following applies:





1)


Stores that have received investment subsidies before this provision came into force, see. § 42 of Executive Order no. 713 of 24 August 2002, § 79 of Executive Order no. 113 of 1 February 2007 or § 79 of Executive Order no. 326 of 24 April 2008 placed in store group A1 or A2 for 5 years after the grant-funded plant is established and approved by the Danish Retursystem A / S. The period is calculated from the day the Danish Retursystem A / S paid the subsidy to the store.



2)



Shops, placed in store group A1 or A2, see. Point 1 is moved, however, always first to store group B1, B2 or C from the date on which the plant has been granted is to be fully or partially out of service, unless the store receives a new investment grants, which means that the store should remain in store group A1 or A2.



3)


Shops store group B1, B2 or C receiving investment subsidies according to § 78, moved to store group A1 or A2 from the date on which Danish Retursystem A / S shall pay an investment subsidy to the store.



4)


Stores that receive packaging manually as installing a reverse vending machine and which have not received investment grants, moved to store group B1 or B2. The new classification is done from the date of the reverse vending machine is commissioned. It is for the store to inform Danish Retursystem A / S on installation and commissioning of the reverse vending machine.



5)


Danish Retursystem A / S moving a store from store group A2, B2 or C to store group A1 or B1 from the date when commissioned a compressor.



6)


Stores that cease to use a reverse vending machine placed in store group C from the day the reverse vending machine are permanently taken out of service.



6)


Stores that cease to have a compactor, placed in store group A2, B2 or C depending on whether the store has received investment grants and whether the store has taken the reverse vending machine permanently out of service.



Appendix 4
Calculation of collection fee for disposable packaging
1. Introduction
A collection fee paid to Danish Retursystem A / S for each of disposable beverage packaging sold, delivered or transferred on the Danish market, cf.. § 36. The collection fee for disposable packaging must as far as possible cover the variable and fixed costs associated the collection of the packaging.
By collecting understood activities, equipment, administration, etc. in connection with the collection of disposable packaging in collection equipment from Danish Retursystem A / S on returns recipients, compression in the store or counting and compression terminal, transport from the returns recipient via intermediate storage terminal, sale and transportation of scrap, etc. and administration of deposits for disposable packaging and interest on deposits held on account.
The fees are set annually and revised as necessary, in accordance. § 46. The adjustment is based on experience from the realized sale and distribution of disposable packaging by material category, volume capacity and collection channel, cf. Below, as well as inclusion of new disposable packaging is registered after the latest revision of the fee rates.
2. Calculation structure
Collection fee is calculated in the following 4 material categories:





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Category 1: Aluminium



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Category 2: Steel



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Category 3: Plastic



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Category 4: Glass




Within each category of material calculated a collection fee for disposable packaging with the same volume content. However, in special cases calculated differentiated fees for disposable packaging within a material category, which has the same volume content, for example. If the disposable weight is different. The scrap price, which is included in the fee calculation, are weight dependent. The collection fee calculated for example. 0.5 liter disposable plastic bottles may vary if some disposable plastic bottles with this volume weigh substantially more than other disposable plastic bottles with the same volume content.
If the scrap value significantly altered because of the disposable material composition can be calculated independently collection fee for such disposable packaging.
There are three types of costs:






Type 1:


Variable volume-dependent collection costs per. disposable packaging within a material category. (-> Price per. Paragraphs. Collection materials - eg. Bag or box)



Type 2:


Variable weight-dependent revenue and costs per. disposable packaging within a material category. (-> Net scrap price)



Type 3


Fixed investment and administration costs and interest per. disposable packaging, calculated across all material categories. (-> Production and administration costs).




3. Indsamlingsgebyrets calculation
Type 1 - Variable volume-dependent costs
These costs are calculated per. material category as the sum of the following per. collection equipment with disposable packaging and include the cost of:





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Collection materials



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label set



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Clips for collection equipment



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Transport to intermediate storage



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Transport terminal



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Count on the terminal (after manual back), stated as cost (cents / collection unit) and based on:





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packages per. Collection equipment (pcs.)





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count per. hour (no.)





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hourly rate (kr./hour)



-


Weight check and compression




The costs are calculated for each material category and may vary depending on the collection method, for example. the returns recipient has a compactor or not, and which collection equipment returns recipient uses. For packaging made of aluminum, plastic and steel are calculated both for manual reception and reception with subsequent compression. The total for the material category transferred to a spreadsheet for each. disposable packaging (eg. aluminum cans, 0.33 l).
Type 2 - Variable weight-dependent revenue and costs
These revenues and expenses are calculated as net income / scrap price (cents / gram) per. material category:





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Gross revenue (cents / gram)



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Excl. freight costs (cents / gram)




Net income per. gram of the material transferred to a spreadsheet for each. disposable packaging.
Type 3 - Fixed investment and administration costs and interest
Shared costs in connection with the deposit and return system for all disposable packaging in all material categories are determined and equally divided on the expected number of disposable packaging per. years and include:





A.


Depreciation and return on investments concerning. reusable packaging that:





a)


Counting Machines





b)


Compression machines at terminals





c)



Compressors on returns recipients





d)


Transport Equipment





e)


IT equipment



The investments are calculated for each collection method at returns recipients and for each material category.



B.


Fixed costs - attributable to disposable packaging:





a)


Production:






1.


Rent or net costs for own buildings / premises - east and west






2.


Maintenance and service agreements for machinery and equipment etc.






3.


Consumption of heat, electricity and water etc.






4.


Insurance and taxes






5.


Other production





b)


Administrative expenses for the collection, etc. and terminals:






1.


Pant Administration






2.


Contract Administration






3.


Quality Monitoring






4.


Reports (including collection rates)






5.


Shopping (including consumables)






6


Sales of scrap and environmental agreements






7.


Operational management at terminals






8.


Maintenance and service






9.


Development and optimization






10.


Other administrative expenses



C.


Share of Danish Retursystem A / S's shared administration costs:





a)


Leadership, Secretary, IT support, information, etc.



D.


Interest on deposits held on account, see. § 41.




The sum of these common costs are transferred to a spreadsheet for each. disposable packaging.

For each disposable packaging (eg. 0.33 l aluminum, 0.50 l steel can, 1.5 l plastic bottle or 0.25 l glass bottle) the calculated costs for manual take-back respectively, taking returns on returns recipients compressor has been installed. The total estimated cost per. disposable packaging are weighted based on the expected distribution of returning of the disposable packaging for each collection method for the budget year. The collection fees thus weighted for each individual disposable packaging with the same volume content within a material category are totaled and weighted in proportion to the number of disposable packaging items sold in Denmark, resulting in a single rate for all disposable packaging with the same volume content within the material category.
Previous years' potential profits and losses for each category of material included in the calculation of the collection fee rates for the next budget period. Profits and losses are distributed on all disposable packaging within the material category.
Annex 5
Functional and technical requirements for the compressors on returns recipients
1. Introduction
Danish Retursystem A / S may purchase compressors for compressing disposable packaging and install these on returns recipients, cf.. § 85 and § 86.
The requirements of this annex will also apply if a return receive even purchase and install a compactor, see. § 87. Thus, also in this case required that the compressor is installed as an integral part of the reverse vending machine or in a closed system at the sorting facility . The compressor must always be connected to a central control unit.
The below mentioned requirements apply compressors for compressing packagings of steel, aluminum and plastics.
2. Location, installation, connection, etc.
For the purpose of compressing cans of steel, aluminum and plastic packaging is installed in accordance with § 85 a compressor on returns recipients.
The compressor is installed as an integral part of the reverse vending machine in a closed system at the sorting facility, see. § 85. 2. The compressor must always be placed so that it is not possible to remove packaging between the reverse vending machine recording unit and the compressor as to be settled in mortgage electronically with Danish Retursystem A / S. See § 68. The location should prevent repeated recording and thus mortgage payment more times for the same packaging.
The compressor shall be arranged so that at any time can handle the collection equipment Danish Retursystem A / S requires to collect the compressed packaging. The compactor must be dimensioned such that the collection equipment from Danish Retursystem A / S can be placed either under or related to the compactor.
The compression module must be equipped with one or more safety devices. Removal of the safety devices must deactivate the compressor and continued on-line data recording and thus the payment of deposits.
If the collection equipment for the compressor removed or compactor otherwise interrupted, the compressor shall be reported to the central control unit.
All safety devices must be cut-in / connected to the compressor can be used.
3. General Requirements for the compactor
The compactor must comply with EN 1050 as amended relating to risk assessment.
It is essential for the proper settlement of deposits to the returns recipient that the compactor can communicate with the central control unit loaned by Danish Retursystem A / S via an international BUS standard that DRS provides example P-Net standard in the European CENELEC standard EN 50170. || | In addition, the compressor shall be separately CE-marked, and when installing the compressor shall be included in an overall CE marking for the entire system. The CE marking should be done according EMC 89/336 / EEC or subsequent applicable rules
Finally, the compressor shall comply with the current regulations for machine safety, including EN 418: 1994 Safety of machinery emergency stop and stop equipment and EN 60204-1: 1998 Safety of machinery, electrical equipment of machines.
4. Functions





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The compressor is activated automatically via a signal from the central control unit when the machine scanned a package to be compressed.



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The package runs out of the reverse vending machine / sorting system and pushed down into the compactor.



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The package is compressed and falls directly into a collection device.



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Compressor stops again automatically, eg. after 30 seconds, unless there is a new packaging on its way to be compressed.



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After compression of the packaging message is sent to the central control unit that the compression is carried out.



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The compacted material must be of such quality that it can be sorted material on Danish Retursystem A / S 'plants.




Technical specifications





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The compactor installed indoors.



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Room temperature: 5 - 40 ° C.



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The compactor must be clean.



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The noise level must not exceed 89 dB (A) re 1 pW.



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The compactor must be dimensioned to be included as an integrated module in the sorting facility or the reverse vending machine.



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The compactor made of stainless steel or other non-corroding material.



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Capacity: Minimum 45 packages per. minute.



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The compressor must be protected for reasons of personal safety and to protect against splashes, spray and leaking fluids.



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The degree of compression should be of steel and aluminum is 1: 6 and the plastic 1: 2 measured for each package size and type of its own.



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The compressor shall signal via a photocell or other sensor for full announcement of the acquisition unit. Signal concerning the full message is sent to the central control unit via an international BUS standard that DRS provides example P-Net standard in the European CENELEC standard EN 50170.



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The biggest issue that the whole state is to pass through the compactor is a subject of some 125 mm in diameter and with a length of about 380 mm.



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It must be ensured that puncturing mechanisms as far as possible to prevent the packaging bursting during compression.



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The compression must be done in such a way that it is clear that the packaging has been compressed and can not be confused with eg a compressed package, taking must be clear and characteristic compression marks on the packaging.



Appendix 6
Investment grants
1. Introduction
Award of grants for increasing the efficiency of stores with reverse vending machines designed to reduce the store's handling costs associated with return receipt and sorting of empty beverage containers. The subsidy has thus also aims to reduce the Danish Retursystem A / S 'fee financed expenditure for handling fees to stores.
The outlets flaskerum is arranged based on the key assumptions that





1.


installed one or more reverse vending machines, including for receiving loose packaging,



2.



is automatically sorted in the bottle compartment of the packaging returned within the following sorting groups:





1.


Pant-labeled disposable packaging of aluminum, steel and plastic.





2.


Refillable plastic bottles of all sizes.





3.


Refillable glass bottles in sizes 33 cl. and 25 cl.





4.


Other packages, including






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deposit-marked disposable packaging of glass






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Other refillable glass bottles






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wrongly sorted packaging from groups 1, 2, and 3,






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wine and spirits bottles and






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packaging without mortgage



3.


installed one or more central control units, which lent by Danish Retursystem A / S.




An effective receiving and sorting of packaging returned to stores with one or more reverse vending machines requires that the packages automatically detected and sorted into four sorting groups using facilities, etc. for which subsidies may be granted, in accordance. § 78.
In return vending machine identifies and packaging control, settlement with customer and communication to the central control unit. The sorting system receives information from the central control unit for separation of the packaging. If a store has the same supplier of reverse vending machines and sorting system, the total communication for Danish Retursystem A / S 'central control unit take place from an integrated control unit from the supplier.
The controller will support an international BUS standard, for example. P-Net standard in the European CENELEC standard: EN 50170. Danish Retursystem A / S shall lay down control model from the central control unit required communication with the connected components.
Communication with Danish Retursystem A / S takes place via the central control unit, which ensure protection against unauthorized access to data and inadvertently fix these.
2. Functional and technical requirements for reverse vending machines and eligible facilities
Investment grants under the Order § 78 provided, inter alia, on condition that the store has installed and commissioned one or more reverse vending machines, which conform to this annex of the functional and technical requirements referred to. Sections 2.1 and 2.2. It is also a condition for the award of grants to eligible facilities etc. meet the requirements of this Annex, the functional and technical requirements referred to. Sections 2.1 and 2.3.
The requirement specifications are described as functional requirements so that the technical solution developed by the supplier itself.
2.1 Overall requirements
This section contains the general requirements as reverse vending machines, see. § 80, no. 2 and Section 2.2 below, and facilities, etc. for the sorting of packaging, cf.. § 78 paragraph. 2 and 3 and section 2.3 below shall comply, in relation to the principles of construction, service and maintenance, fulfillment of standards, safety regulations, CE marking, conformity certificates and documentation.





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Documentation in Danish must be presented to Danish Returns on request and at a minimum, consider:





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Technical description specifying in particular: noise level.






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Design and layout drawings.





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Sealing of electrical components IP63.





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Electrical wiring diagrams.





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Safety review.





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Operator / Owner's Manual.





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Service Operator Manual.





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Maintenance Requirements.





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Troubleshooting and -afhjælpningsmanualer.



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CE marking, declarations of conformity, safety analysis and assessment, instruction manuals prepared and signed by the manufacturer / supplier.



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Drive principle / supply voltage: Electric motors 380 V, 220 V or 24 V. Other drivprincipper, for example. with pneumatics or hydraulics will not be approved.



-


Humidity: max. 90 per cent. RF.



-


Minimum maintenance stated. Machinery Directive L207, Volume 41, section L207 / 18, section 1.6.



-


Replacement of modules and components with standard tools.



-


Noise level <89 dB (A) re 1 pW.



-


CE marking according to EMC 89/336 / EEC.



-


EMC requirements in accordance with the following provisions:





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DS / EN 61000-6-2: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 6-2: Generic standards. Immunity for industrial environments.





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DS / EN 61000-6-3 and 61000-6-3 / A11: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 6-3: Generic standards - Emission standard for residential, commercial and light industrial environments.





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DS / EN 61000-3-2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 3-2: Limits - Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current up to and including 16 A per phase).





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DS / EN 61000-3-3 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-3: Limits. Limitations of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage supply equipment with rated current up to 16 A per phase and not subject to conditional connection.




The units supplied shall meet the applicable requirements at the time of delivery of those standards including subsequent amendments:





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DS / EN 55022: Information technology equipment - Radiostøjkarakteristikker - Limits and methods of measurement



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DS / EN 55024 + DS / EN 55024 / IS 1: Information technology equipment - Immunity characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement.



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DS / EN ISO 13850: 2006 Safety of machinery - Emergency stop - Principles for design.



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DS / EN 953: 2003 Safety of machinery - Guards - General requirements for the design and construction of fixed and movable guards.



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DS / EN 954-1: 1999 + 2003 Safety of machinery. Safety related parts of control systems. Part 1: General principles for design.



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DS / EN1037: 1998 Safety of machinery. Preventing accidental start.



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DS / EN 1088: 1998 Safety of machinery - Interlocking devices associated with guards. Principles for design and selection.



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DS / EN 1088 / A1: 2007 Safety of machinery - Interlocking devices associated with guards. Principles for design and selection.



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DS / EN 60204-1: 2006 Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines - Part 1: General requirements



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DS / EN 60204-1 / Ret. 2: 2006 Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines - Part 1: General requirements



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DS / EN ISO 14121-1: 2007 Safety of machinery - Principles for risk assessment.



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Possibly. Bus system P-Net in accordance with the previous EN 50170, now replaced by





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DS / EN 61158-3: 2004





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DS / EN 61158-2: 2004





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DS / EN 61784-1: 2004





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DS / EN 61158-4: 2004





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DS / EN 61158-5: 2004





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DS / EN 61158-6: 2004




2.2 Reverse Vending Machine and receiving packages
The specifications listed below apply to all reverse vending machine types for loose packaging.
2.2.1 Features
Returns machine must be receiving all disposable packaging and refillable packaging covered by this Order.
Functional requirements for reverse vending machine is:





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The identification of the packaging must be based on barcode scanning.



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For checks shall be supplemented shape recognition.



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Demands for the return of packaging to the customer if the packaging can not be identified by the reverse vending machine or the central control unit.



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Acceptance or rejection is done by posting in the database in the central control unit.



-


Indication of improper packaging orientation (bottleneck or can opening first). Correct orientation is bottom first.




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Barcode Scanning GTIN-13 / GTIN 12nummer. As a minimum the following barcode types, quality and size according to GS1 Denmark's guidelines could be read: EAN-13, EAN-8 and UPC barcodes.



-


Scanning of the horizontal and vertical bar codes printed on the labels, labels or directly on the package.



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Form recognition of a minimum 400 different packaging forms.



-


It must be possible to handle up to four additional signals from the central control unit for the identification and control of packaging.



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The packaging is received and measured in a horizontal position.



-


A malfunction must always be communicated to the central controller. As an option, can be submitted, 80 characters for the description.



-


There must be room for installation of the measuring device (s) in the reverse vending machine, including Danish Retursystem A / S's security camera, which communicates directly with the central control unit. There must as a minimum available space with the dimensions: length 250 mm, width 80 mm and height of 150 mm.




2.2.2 Control
Reverse vending machine control handle shape recognition, barcode scanner, packaging orientation and customer display and printer for pantbon. The reverse vending machine communicates with the central control unit by posting in the GTIN-database gives signal to the reverse vending machine for payment of a pledge or for the return of packaging to the customer.
The functions to be fulfilled:





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Transport of packaging from the customer pass to sorting system.



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Scanning of the packaging barcode.



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Identification of the packaging.



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Acceptance or rejection of packaging via signal from the central control unit.



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Prepared for up to four signals to be sent to the central control unit for the identification and checking of the packages.



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Display of customer information.



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Printing of pantbon incl. calculate the mortgage amount and generation of sequential number and bar code.



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Backup of serial number. The EAN-13 barcode pantbon. During a power outage, do not start again.



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Ability to print statistics of received packages with at least the following information: Duration, number of packs per. deposit amount and total amount paid for the mortgage.




2.2.3 Customer Information
The customer information consists of a guide on the display, a pantbon, as well as any. Text on the reverse vending machine front.
The customer must via the display have the instructions for operating the reverse vending machine when disposing of waste, message approved or rejected packaging and deposit amount for each. approved packaging and the total deposit amount. The display must be clearly legible.
After completion of delivery of returnable packaging should the customer receive a printed pantbon as a receipt. All received packages - mortgage rewarding as not mortgage rewarding - is assigned a deposit code and printed on the receipt.
Printer requirements are as follows:





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Activation of printer by pressing a "deposit button 'with automatic printing after a programmed' time out '.



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Print of EAN-8, EAN-13 and UPC / EAN-128 bar code symbol.



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Recommended types of thermal paper and bonrullebredder be specified, and should not limit itself to the supplier's own products.



Pantbon shall contain the following information:



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Automatnr. (N 2), automatløbenr. (N 5).



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Date and time.



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Number of packages per. mortgage amount and total deposit amount.



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EAN-13 bar code with the following contents:





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Code ID 20 (n 2).





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Consecutive number (Number): (n 4).





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Pant Total amount: (n 6 with 2 decimal places).





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Check Digit: (n 1).




2.2.4 Performance
Reverse vending machine performance include capacity and registrations.





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Machine capacity must be min. 30 packages per. minute. A maximum of two seconds is used for identification and transport per. packaging.



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»Read rate 'for scanning system must be min. 99 per cent. codes within the specification (grade A or 1).



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Shape recognition to be carried out by 95 per cent. Security on a selected number of packages.




2.3. Sorting System
The sorting system in the bottle compartment must be built in order that the total return amount is the amount of packaging that the store accepts back, apart from refillable packaging received in cash, automatically sorted into four sorting groups to achieve efficient handling and sorting packagings providers crates and trays and in Danish Retursystem A / S's collection equipment. The technical configuration of the sorting system must be adapted to the individual store physical conditions and taking into account the individual suppliers' technical systems. Facilities, etc. shall comply with the functional and technical requirements for sorting systems, cf. Below and Section 3
The sorting system must be receiving all disposable packaging and refillable packaging covered by this Order and received by the reverse vending machine. Eg. the sorting system must be able to handle easily deformed packages, where they are received by the reverse vending machine.
Packaging is sorted on the basis of information from the central control unit.
2.3.1 Requirements for sorting
It is among other things, see. § 80 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and 3, a condition of funding in accordance with § 78 that in the table below stated requirements for the separation into four sorting groups met during installation and commissioning of eligible facilities etc.
Table 1: Udsorteringskrav





Sorting Groups


Sorting in stores with compactor


Sorting in stores without compactor


Sorting quality after sorting



Sorting Group 1:
Sorting of compressible disposable packaging of aluminum, steel and plastic



Sorting to compression


Sorting into Danish Retursystem A / S 'sacks (collection equipment)


Uncompressed disposable packaging is sorted into material categories metal and plastic



Sorting Group 2:
Sorting of refillable plastic bottles - all størrelser1)



Sorting in a container or other


Plastic bottles are mixed in sizes and colors in container or other for manual sorting and transfer to crates and trays (sorting)



Sorting Group 3:
Refillable glass bottles in sizes 33 cl. and 25 cl.


Sorting to a bottle table


The glass bottles 33 cl. and 25 cl. are mixed on the bottle table with a view to a subsequent manual sorting



Sorting Group 4:
Other packages, including:
1. Disposable packaging of glas2)

2. Other refillable glass bottles
3. Wrongly sorted packaging from groups 1, 2, and 3
4. Wine and spirits bottles
5. Packaging without a mortgage


Separation of the packages to a bottle table or container, taking into account the individual store layout and the supplier's technical facilities


The packages are mixed on the bottle table or is mixed in container for subsequent sorting or placement in Danish Retursystem A / S's collection equipment or collection-equipment also



1) If the Danish Retursystem A / S can document that it is economically profitable to invest in an additional sorting gate, there must be sorted separately refillable plastic bottles respectively 50 cl. and 150 cl. bottles.
2) If the Danish Retursystem A / S can document that it is economically profitable to invest in an additional sorting gate, there must be sorted separately disposable glass to Danish Retursystem A / S.







Shops that do not receive a sufficient quantity of returns to be granted a full investment grants must at least meet the following requirements for the separation to be able to receive grants to partly finance the construction, etc. according to § 81 paragraph. 8.
For stores with reverse amounts equal to at least 50 per cent. of the quantity that is a condition for full reimbursement, the following requirements for separation into three sorting groups met during installation and commissioning of eligible facilities etc., see. Table 2.
For shops with return quantities less than 50 percent. of the quantity that is a condition for full reimbursement, the following requirements for separation into two sorting groups met during installation and commissioning of eligible facilities etc., see. Table 2.
Table 2: Udsorteringskrav for shops, granted investment subsidies with partial self-financing





Stores that receive at least 50 per cent. the return quantities, there is a condition to receive full reimbursement



Sorting Groups


Sorting Requirements


Sorting quality after sorting



Sorting Group 1:
Sorting of compressible disposable packaging of aluminum, steel and plastic


Sorting to a compressor or Danish Retursystem A / S 'sacks (collection equipment)


Uncompressed disposable packaging must manually after sorted before being placed in the Danish Retursystem A / S sacks (sort of material categories metal and plastic)



Sorting Group 2:
Separation of disposable glass


Sorting of disposable packaging for a bottle table or other



Single-use glass is mixed (in all sizes) for manual transfer to Danish Retursystem A / S's collection equipment



Sorting Group 3:
Sorting of refillable glass bottles and plastic


Sorting to a bottle table


The bottles are mixed on the bottle table with a view to subsequent sorting in boxes and trays



Stores that receive less than 50 per cent. the return quantities, there is a condition to receive full reimbursement



Sorting Groups


Sorting Requirements


Sorting quality after sorting



Sorting Group 1:
Separation of all disposable packaging


Sorting to a bottle table or other


The packages are mixed on the bottle table for manual sorting in Danish Retursystem A / S's collection equipment



Sorting Group 2:
Sorting of all refillable bottles


Sorting to a bottle table


The bottles are mixed on the bottle table with a view to subsequent sorting in boxes and trays




2.3.2 Features
Functional requirements for the sorting system are:





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Separation into different sorting gates on the basis of information from the central control unit.



-


Transport and sorting of refillable bottles must be carried out with minimum wear.



-


A possible malfunction of the sorting system must be communicated to the central control unit.



-


Requirements for the establishment of a closed system for transport of disposable packaging from RVM to the compactor so that it is not possible to remove packaging after registration and until performed compression.



-


Late replacement of container / sacks compactor on a given sorting.




2.3.3 Control
The control unit in the sorting system must be able to receive the signal from the central control unit for separation of packaging sorting groups.
The sorting system controller must be able to communicate with an international BUS standard, for example. P-Net standard in the European CENELEC standard: EN 50170.
2.3.4 Performance
Control system performance includes a minimum capacity. 40 packages per minute.
It should be possible to continue the automatic mode, so that the customer can deliver containers, even if the sorting is not working. In these cases, the packages continue out on a table, where the packages are placed in an upright position.
3. Calculation of grants and returns quantities
Calculation of the annual investment subsidy per. store is based on a division of stores into five subsidy groups, taking into account the stores annual returns quantity of packaging, with the exception of refillable packaging received in cash. The amount of subsidy per. shop for plants, etc. for the sorting system in the bottle compartment consists of a basic calculated per. RVM and an additional contribution calculated on the basis of the annual returns quantity (corresponding to the returned packaging, excl. refillable bottles returned in crates) per. store within each subsidy group.
The basic subsidy is the same for all stores regardless of the store's annual returns quantity, since it is the same technical principle (grading system) used in all stores. This is for the following main components, which are included in the sorting system provided basic grant for:





-



Conveyor belt.



-


Flaskerejsere.



-


Sorting System / -pusher.



-


Bottle Table.



-


Control.



-


Container.




The basic subsidy is calculated from the asking prices on a sorting system that Danish Retursystem A / S receives in connection with framework agreements with suppliers, see. § 79.
The basic subsidy is granted per. RVM. If a store has more than one reverse vending machine is calculated an average return per volume. RVM, and the store is placed in one of the five subsidy groups on this basis.
The additional contribution is calculated based on the store's returns quantities and taking into account the store's need for sorting capacity. For stores in subsidy group 5 with the lowest returns quantities referred. Schedule 3 shall receive no additional contribution, since it is assumed that the sorting system, which receive basic grant, has sufficient capacity.
The supplementary grant per. store within each subsidy group are determined by engineering estimates of the need for additional capital expenditures that will ensure operational efficiency in the bottle compartment in stores with greater returns quantities than stores in subsidy group 5. The grant is calculated as a percentage of the basic grant referred to. form below.
The supplementary grant given to capacity-enhancing capital expenditures in the following areas:





-


Expansion of sorting tables' area.



-


Sorting disposable glass.



-


Sorting of refillable plastic bottles in containers with large and small bottles.



-


Change management.



-


Any investment in additional plant that can reduce handling costs in flaskerum.




Returns Amounts in boxes not included in the subsidy calculation, as only limited economic sense to subsidize the efficiency of cash handling. The stores may use the supplementary allowance for conversion of roller conveyors for boxes.
The lower limit for the return amount, which is a condition for granting full reimbursement, calculated for stores with and without compactor, since the potential savings from optimization of packaging sorting in stores with and without compactor is not the same.
Table 3: Structure of calculating the amount per. store within each subsidy group





Subsidy group


Basic subsidy per. RVM


Additional grants


Requiring annual return per grade. store within each subsidy group







Shops with compactors


Stores without compactors



Subsidy group 1


Basic subsidy per. years


+ 80 per cent.


Requirement for return quantities


Requirement for return quantities



Subsidy group 2


Basic subsidy per. years


+ 60 per cent.


Requirement for return quantities



Requirement for return quantities



Subsidy group 3


Basic subsidy per. years


+ 40 per cent.


Requirement for return quantities


Requirement for return quantities



Subsidy group 4


Basic subsidy per. years


+ 20 per cent.


Requirement for return quantities


Requirement for return quantities



Subsidy group 5


Basic subsidy per. years


0


Lower limit for full subsidy


Lower limit for full subsidy






Weighted savings potential per. packaging determined by Danish Retursystem A / S 'time studies in standard stores (handling fees analyzes)


Kr. packaging


Kr. packaging




3.1 Potential savings from optimization of packaging sorting in shops
Danish Retursystem A / S conducts an annual calculation of the average potential savings from optimization of packaging sorting grants in stores with and without compactor. This ensures that a minimum balance between the payment of subsidies and the estimated potential savings in terms of lower handling costs of the return receipt and sorting.
The potential savings by streamlining determined through analysis of the Danish Retursystem A / S 'standard stores, see. Annex 3, and from a review of other assumptions. These conditions shall include at a calculation of an average store's share of returned refillable bottles in crates and returnable amount of the share on average per. sorting group referred to. Scheme 4.
The savings in handling the returned packaging are established on the basis of Danish Retursystem A / S 'handling analysis in standard stores before and after that a store has received investment subsidies and thus become more efficient. The savings in management is not the same for each of the four sorting groups. The potential savings are calculated therefore as a total weighted amount in pennies for each packaging returned to an average store with reverse vending machines installed. The potential savings accounts. calendar year respectively stores with and without compactor installed.
Calculation of potential savings in Schedule 4, the Danish Retursystem A / S shall develop guidelines for methodologies and assumptions for the calculation of potential savings, as approved by the Environmental Protection Agency,. § 81. 6
Table 4: Structure for calculation of potential savings in power show ring of stores with reverse vending





Sorting Groups


Savings in handling costs by streamlining



The individual sorting group's share of total returns quantities in a gennemsnitsbutik1)



Weighted savings for stores with compactor


Weighted savings for stores without compactor





Ear / packaging


Pct.


Ear / packaging


Ear / packaging






Sorting Group 1



Disposable packaging of metal and plastic





Standard figures per.
group


Share of
returns quantities



No saving for this group


weighted
saving






Sorting group 2



Refillable plastic bottles





Standard figures per.
group


Share of
returns quantities


weighted
saving


weighted
saving






Sorting Group 3



Refillable glass bottles 25 cl. And 33 cl.





Standard figures per.
group


Share of
returns quantities


weighted
saving


weighted
saving






Sorting group 4



Disposable packaging of glass





Standard figures per.
group


Share of
returns quantities


weighted
saving


weighted
saving



Weighted savings potential for stores with and without compactor


Total weighted savings


Total weighted savings




1) Return Amount per share. sorting group is determined on the basis of Danish Retursystem A / S reported and registered return quantities from stores and returns recipients in a calendar year.




3.2 Grants frames, limits for return quantities and amounts
The total subsidy framework for a year, determined annually in connection with the Danish Retursystem A / S's budget and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency,. § 78 paragraph. 4. Similarly, determined and approved for each subsidy group limits for the individual store return amount and the maximum amount per euro. store, see. § 81. 7. For the purposes of the annual determination and approval of subsidy framework, limits for return quantities and amounts per. shop making and describes Danish Retursystem A / S among others following:





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Statement of the average returns quantity proportion of stores with reverse vending machines for the four sorting groups referred to. Scheme no. 2: Udsorteringskrav.



-


The calculation of the weighted savings potential per. packing efficiency of the packaging sorting with subsidies for stores with and without compactor.



-


The calculation of the return quantity required as a minimum to a store can get a full reimbursement for the efficiency of the packaging sorting.



-


Determining the amount per euro. store within each subsidy group.



-


Estimates of the number of stores within each subsidy group expected to get commitments on subsidies for payment in the budget year.



-


Budgeting of the total grant budget for the calendar year.




-


Determination of the amount which stores annually with a return amount below the limit for full subsidy must contribute in self-financing.




When determining the store's subsidy amount calculated store's total returns quantities (the last 12 months.) Of disposable and refillable bottles deducted from the quantities of refillable bottles that store receives back in boxes. If it is not possible for the store to document the amount of refillable bottles returned in crates, used Danish Retursystem A / S 'annual calculated average percentage for refillable bottles returned in crates. This percentage is calculated in Danish Retursystem A / S 'standard stores.
Annex 7
Overview (table of contents)





Chapter 1


Scope of the Order and definitions



Chapter 2


Deposits and general deposit requirements



Chapter 3


Take-back, etc.



Chapter 4


Requirements for return and collection percentage



Chapter 5


Registration for Danish Retursystem A / S



Chapter 6


Entering data into reverse vending machines



Chapter 7


Requirements



Chapter 8


Payment of deposits to Danish Retursystem A / S for disposable packaging



Chapter 9


charges



Chapter 10


Calculation and setting of fees, etc.



Chapter 11


Statement and payment of fees



Chapter 12


Vendors etc. sales accounts



Chapter 13


Statement of sales, supplies and transfers of disposable packaging



Chapter 14


Statement of sales, supplies and transfers of refillable packaging



Chapter 15


Statement of the quantities of refillable packaging



Chapter 16


The collection system and calculation of quantities of disposable



Chapter 17


Audit The accounts for the use of Danish Retursystem A / S



Chapter 18


Deposits from Danish Retursystem A / S of collected disposable packaging



Chapter 19


Handling remuneration



Chapter 20


Investment grants etc.



Chapter 21


Compressors, central control units and other equipment



Chapter 22


Danish Retursystem A / S



Chapter 23


The auditing company



Chapter 24



Budget and accounting etc. for Danish Retursystem A / S



Chapter 25


Transfer of Danish Retursystem A / S 'shares and assets to the state



Chapter 26


Administrative provisions



Chapter 27


Supervision and control



Chapter 28


Decisions and appeal



Chapter 29


penalty



Chapter 30


Implementation and transitional provisions



Appendix 1


Overview of packaging covered by the notice referred to. § 1. 1



Appendix 2


Marking of disposable packaging



Appendix 3


Calculation of handling fee



Appendix 4


Calculation of collection fee for disposable packaging



Appendix 5


Functional and technical requirements for the compressors on returns recipients



Appendix 6


Investment grants



Official notes
1) The Order contains provisions implementing parts of European Parliament and Council Directive 94/62 / EC of 20 December 1994 on packaging and packaging waste (Official Journal 1994 no. L 365, page 10) as amended by Directive 2004/12 / EC amending Directive no. 94/62 / EC on packaging and packaging waste (Official Journal 2004 no. L 47, page 26). Draft Order has been notified in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 98/34 / EC (the Information Procedure Directive) as amended by Directive 98/48 / EC.