The Waste Omtryk

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om affald Omtryk

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Overview (table of contents)

Chapter 1 Scope

Part 2 Definitions

Chapter 3 Classification

Chapter 4 Planning

Chapter 5 Rules Duty

Chapter 6 Arrangements

Chapter 7 Incineration of waste

Chapter 8 Landfill

Chapter 9 Benchmarking of waste incineration and landfills

Chapter 10 Specific rules on hazardous waste from businesses

Chapter 11 Principles of municipal establishment and collection of fees

Chapter 12 The national regulations database

Chapter 13 Transmission of data on waste

Chapter 14 Recyclable commercial

Chapter 15 Waste Register

Chapter 16 Information

Chapter 17 municipal treatment plants

Chapter 18 Supervision

Chapter 19 Administrative provisions

Chapter 20 Penalty

Chapter 21 Commencement and transitional provisions

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Appendix 3

Appendix 4

Appendix 5

6A

Annex 6B

Appendix 7

Appendix 8

Appendix 9

Annex 10

Annex 11

The full text
Order on waste 1)
Pursuant to § 7 b, § 44 paragraph. 1 and 4-6, § 45 paragraph. 2, 5 and 7, § 45a, § 45d paragraph. 1 and 2, § 46a paragraph. 1-3, § 46b paragraph. 1 and 2, § 47 paragraph. 2 and 3, § 48 paragraph. 4, 8 and 9, § 50 d paragraph. 2-4, § 51 paragraph. 5, § 67, § 73, § 80 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 88, § 89 b, § 92 and § 110 paragraph. 3 and 4 of the Environmental Protection Act, cf.. Legislative Decree no. 879 of 26 June 2010 as amended by Act no. 1387 of 14 December 2010, provides:

Chapter 1

Scope

§ 1. This Order covers the management of waste that are not regulated by other legislation, as well as the classification of waste, planning on waste, regulations on waste, arrangements for waste, data on waste, charges for waste, use of waste systems, labeling of waste, disposal of waste, review of waste, licensing and registration of waste treatment plants, collectors of waste benchmarking of waste treatment plants, etc.

PCS. 2. This Order does not include the handling of the residual products of power plants based on fossil fuels.

Chapter 2

Definitions

§ 2. The waste in this notice any substance or object referred to. Annex 2, which the holder discards or intends or is required to discard.

PCS. 2. As waste is not considered substances or objects resulting from a production process not primarily aimed at producing this substance or object, and if

1) it is certain that the substance or object re-use,

2) the substance or object can be used directly without any further processing other than normal industrial practice

3) the substance or object is produced as an integral part of a production process, and

4) further use is lawful, ie the substance or object fulfills all relevant requirements for product, environmental and health protection for the specific use and will not lead to overall adverse environmental or human health.

§ 3. In this Order shall also apply:

1) Waste treatment plant: Plants that recover or dispose of waste, including plant, which prepares waste prior to recovery or disposal.

2) Waste Data System: System for reporting waste data.

3) Waste fraction: Subdivision of waste by material composition and origin, including asphalt, paper, cardboard, tires, waste from metal and electrical and electronic products, waste in the form of batteries and accumulators, PVC, plastic, glass, shredder, soil and wood.

4) waste holder: The producer of the waste or the natural or legal person who is in possession of the waste.

5) Waste Producer: Everyone whose activities produce waste (original waste producer) or anyone who carries out pre-processing, mixing or other operations resulting in a change of this waste nature or composition.

6) Waste Type: Waste, which is on the list of waste referred to. Annex 2, and described with an EWC code.

7) Waste Feed: Any company that transports waste in progress, including the use of truck, rail, air or sea.


8) Care System: A system where the local council in regulations established in what way and possibly at which plants, waste producers must ensure that waste is handled.

9) Treatment: Recovery or disposal operations, including preparation prior to recovery or disposal.

10) Use Obligation: Mandatory for citizens and businesses to

a) use a collection or assignment rules specified in regulations or

b) follow the municipal specific instructions on the management of waste not covered by a collection or assignment scheme.

11) Bio-waste: biodegradable garden-park waste, food and kitchen waste from households, restaurants, caterers and retail premises and comparable waste from food processing plants.

12) Mixed waste from businesses: Mixtures suitable for incineration, landfill suitable or recyclable waste that is not sorted at source, from companies.

13) Disposal: Any operation which is not recovery even where the operation has as a secondary consequence the reclamation of substances or energy. Appendix 6 A contains a non-exhaustive list of disposal operations.

14) Domestic waste: waste, mainly consisting of kitchen waste, sanitary waste and smaller items of discarded materials that are typically generated by households, including food waste and residual waste in the form of cartons for milk, juice and the like, dirty paper, cardboard and plastic, etc., and not covered by other schemes.

15) Refuse Similar: Waste that is generated by companies and similar in composition to domestic waste from private households.

16) Landfills: As defined in the Executive Order on landfills.

17) Landfill Suitable: Waste not suitable for recycling or incineration.

18) Packaging: Packaging as defined in the Order on certain requirements for packaging.

19) Packaging: Packaging waste as defined in the Order on certain requirements for packaging.

20) Commercial waste: Waste that is generated by businesses, including waste similar to domestic waste, garden-park waste, bulky waste, construction and demolition waste, production waste, industrial waste, source separated waste fractions and soil. Industrial waste can be either hazardous or non-hazardous.

21) Hazardous wastes are wastes that are listed and marked as hazardous waste in the list of wastes in Annex 2 and which exhibits one or more of the properties listed in Annex 4. As hazardous waste is also considered waste exhibit properties that are listed in Annex 4.

22) Liquid waste: Waste in liquid form, not sludge.

23) Preparation: The physical, thermal, chemical or biological processes prior to recovery or disposal, including sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletising, drying, shredding, conditioning, segregation, and prior to recovery further disassembly, repacking, blending or mixing, thereby waste properties changed in order to reduce its volume or hazardous or otherwise making further handling easier.

24) Preparation for recycling: Any recovery operation in the form of checking, cleaning or repairing, by which products or components that have become waste are prepared so that they can be recycled without any pretreatment.

25) Waste suitable: Waste not suitable for recycling and can be destroyed by incineration, without combustion of which gives rise to emissions of pollutants in unacceptable extent. Waste suitable for incineration include domestic waste and waste similar to domestic waste from businesses, but not:

a) Waste, as it is legally prohibited to burn.

b) Waste, under the law, including the rules established by the local council, to be collected or assigned to recycling or other treatment, including disposal.

c) PVC waste, for example. sewer pipes, windows and flooring, and waste containing heavy metals, for example. fishing net with lead weights and waste from radiology departments and waste in a similar manner by combustion can cause environmental problems.

26) Distributor: Any company that acts as principal to purchase and subsequently sell waste, including dealers who do not take physical possession of the waste.


27) Re: Any recovery operation by which waste materials are reprocessed into products, materials or substances whether for the original purpose or for other purposes. It includes the reprocessing of organic material but does not include energy recovery and the reprocessing into materials that are to be used as fuels or for backfilling operations.

28) Recycling Plant: Plant, which made recycling operations, see. No. 27

29) Re: Any operation by which products or components that are not waste are used again for the same purpose for which they were conceived.

30) Household waste: Waste generated by households, including household waste, garden waste, bulky waste, source separated waste fractions and soil from households. Household waste can be either hazardous or non-hazardous.

31) Handling: collection, transport, recovery and disposal of waste, including the supervision of such operations and aftercare of landfills, as well as a dealer or broker.

32) Collection: Collection of waste, including the preliminary sorting and preliminary storage of waste for transport to a waste treatment facility.

33) Collection system: A regulation specific scheme where the municipality takes over the responsibility for the waste further handling at the collection site, which is organized as a Retrieve or bring scheme.

34) Collection Company: An approved and registered company that collects source-separated recyclable industrial waste, and who assumes responsibility for delivery of waste to a registered recycling facility and the reporting of data on waste to the waste data system that can report information about all kinds of waste, including recyclable, incineration and landfill waste suitable, the company collect or transport. A collector may be a plant that preprocesses recyclable waste.

35) Sorting: Sorting at the site where the waste is generated in recyclable, incineration and landfill waste suitable and sorting by material and application form.

36) Municipal treatment plants, municipal plants treating recyclable waste and where one or more municipal councils together own a significant share of the plant or directly or indirectly owns a substantial part of the capital of the company or the like, which owns the plant.

37) Broker: Any company that arranges the recovery or disposal of waste on behalf of others, including brokers who do not take physical possession of the waste.

38) Recovery: any operation the principal result is either waste serving a useful purpose in replacing other materials which would otherwise have been used to fulfill a particular function, or waste being prepared to meet the function, in the plant or in society in general. Annex 6 B contains a non-exhaustive list of recovery operations.

39) Waste oil: Any kind of industrial oil or lubricating oil of mineral or synthetic origin, which have become unfit for the purpose for which it was originally intended, such as used combustion engine oils and gearbox oils for turbines and hydraulic oils.

40) Business: Any natural person or private or public legal person who is registered in the Central Business Register (CVR), and thus have a tax ID.

Chapter 3

Classification

§ 4. The local authority decides whether a substance or object is waste as defined. However paragraph. 7 and § 6 paragraph. 2.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall also decide whether waste is:

1) Hazardous waste.

2) Packaging waste.

3) Recyclable waste.

4) suitable for incineration.

5) Depositing suitable for incineration.

PCS. 3. The municipal council shall classify waste as source-separated recyclables if the waste producing company can prove that the waste can be recycled to a registered recycling facility. The local authority must classify together mixtures of recyclable waste as source-separated recyclable waste, if the waste producing entity to demonstrate that the confusion did not detract recycling for each material.

PCS. 4. The municipal council shall decide on the substances or objects that meet the criteria in paragraph. 5, no longer waste.

PCS. 5. The municipal council shall in its decision under paragraph. 4 involve the following criteria

1) the substance or object has undergone a recovery, including recycling,

2) the substance or object is commonly used for specific purposes,


3) there is a market or demand for such a substance or object,

4) the substance or object fulfills the technical requirements for the specific purposes and meets the existing legislation and standards applicable to products and

5) use of the substance or object will not lead to overall adverse environmental or human health.

PCS. 6. The local council shall inform EPA of any decision taken under paragraph. 4. Environmental Protection Agency publishes these decisions www.mst.dk.

PCS. 7. Environmental Protection Agency acting in accordance with paragraph. 1-5 on classification of waste associated with the Environmental Protection Agency supervision by executive order on shipments of waste.

PCS. 8 pcs. 7 applies even if the paragraph. 1 that authority is present while the Environmental Protection Agency and leads its supervision under the Act or regulations issued pursuant thereto.

§ 5. The municipal council shall inform the Environmental Protection Agency on decisions whereby waste that continuously emerging from a company, which fulfill the criteria in Annex 4, but that does not appear marked as hazardous waste in Annex 2, have been classified as hazardous waste in accordance with Annex 4.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall also inform EPA on waste, continuously emerging from a company which does not meet the criteria in Annex 4, but as shown in Annex 2 marked as hazardous waste.

Classification of ships

§ 6. The municipal council determines whether a ship of 1,500 tons light weight (light) or less is a waste. The municipal council will decide at the same time, the ship must also be classified as hazardous waste.

PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency determines whether a ship of 1,500 tons light weight (light) is waste. EPA determines at the same time, the ship must also be classified as hazardous waste.

§ 7. When a ship is older than 25 years and has a hull length of more than 15 meters at the waterline, is located in a Danish port and transferred for export or to be exported, the transferor or the exporter promptly provide the municipal council in the municipality where the ship is located, notification stating the ship's future destination and purpose.

§ 8. Immediately following notification in accordance with § 7, or if the local council also from the other side has been informed of the sale or transfer can be treated as a sale or impending export of a ship is in port, making municipal inspection of the ship. Upon inspection the local authority shall inspect the ship's condition and documents that may affect the assessment of a classification of the ship in accordance with § 6, including documentation of the ship.

PCS. 2. If the municipal council establishes that the specific ship has a curb weight of 1,500 tons light weight (light), submitted the matter with the local council's comments and the documents to the Environmental Protection Agency as soon as possible and no later than three working days after the inspection. Past and future owner informed.

PCS. 3. In situations where the vessel is likely to be exported to a destination outside the EU / EEA and where the ship's age, destination and condition, etc. immediately gives reason to believe that the ship's waste or hazardous waste, the authorities immediately decide on that the ship must not leave the Danish port before a decision is taken in accordance with § 6, cf.. 10, paragraph. 1.

§ 9. For the purposes of a decision on whether a ship is waste shall obtain the competent authority within three days of the finding that the local council, respectively the Environmental Protection Agency is the competent authority, the following information:

1) Proof of ownership.

2) Registration of the ship and status of certificates and classifications.

3) Documentation, possibly. in the form of sworn statements of the owner's intentions with the ship.

4) Evidence of the economic conditions of sale and fate of the ship.

5) Other information necessary for the decision of the case.

§ 10. The competent authority shall as soon as possible and within eight working days from the time when the information according to § 9, no. 1-5 is whether the ship is classified as waste and shall notify the owner of the ship and any other implicated parties of the decision.

PCS. 2. If the vessel has been classified as waste and not be exported, it shall notify the ship's owner as soon as possible the competent authority which approved waste treat the owner wants to stand for re-use.


§ 11. For the purpose of a decision according to §§ 6 and 10, owners, buyers, sellers, exporters, or at the request of the local council or Environmental Protection Agency, provide any information in their possession relating to a substance or object, including on ownership, origin, condition, technical information, intended use, composition or possibly intended destination.

Waste hierarchy

§ 12. The municipal waste management must see. However paragraph. 2, made in accordance with the following waste hierarchy:

1) Preparation for reuse.

2) Recycling.

3) Second recovery.

4) Disposal.

PCS. 2. The waste hierarchy can be waived for specific waste streams if the derogation is based on a life-cycle basis.

PCS. 3. The application of the waste hierarchy and deviations therefrom must be done in order to achieve the best overall environmental outcome, see. Act § 1 and § 3.

Chapter 4

Planning

§ 13. The municipal council shall prepare and adopt a 12-year municipal plan for waste management. The plan must be reviewed at least every 6 years.

PCS. 2. The municipal waste management plan shall contain:

1) A kortlægningsdel describing the status of waste in the municipality, see. § 14.

2) A målsætningsdel, which describe the municipality's overall objectives in waste management.

3) A planning aspects with special focus on planning the first 6 years of the plan period, see. § 15.

PCS. 3. In preparing the municipal waste management finds Act § 6 b analogy.

PCS. 4. The municipal waste management plan shall be developed based on the national waste management plan pursuant to the Act. § 46 c, and must not conflict with this.

§ 14. The survey part shall contain:

1) Calculations of the amounts of waste generated in the municipality, spread across the industry in which the waste is derived wastes (EWC) codes, see. Annex 2, or waste fractions, and how waste is recovered or disposed of.

2) Calculations of the amounts of waste exported from or imported to the municipalities by waste types.

3) Inventory and descriptions of collection and assignment schemes for waste.

4) summary and descriptions of landfills and incinerators by the local use or disclose to, and information on applied amounts of waste and capabilities available.

5) Information on sorting and treatment plants, etc., which the local council uses or discloses for.

6) Information on the municipal costs of disposing of waste distributed on schemes for households and businesses.

§ 15. Planning section must include a discussion of:

1) The estimate of future volumes of waste in the municipality, except for source separated recyclable industrial. The report shall contain an estimate of the future recyclable waste from municipal institutions and enterprises and recyclable industrial waste delivered to recycling centers in the municipality.

2) An assessment of the need for new collection schemes.

3) A description of the expected future management of the waste that municipal council collects or discloses for treatment.

4) Which treatment plant, planned to be used for handling the waste that municipal collector, as well as the quantities of waste that is supposed to individual installations.

5) the landfill and incineration capacity, including the need for the establishment of additional capacity based on the expected input quantities of waste in conjunction with the installation utilized capacity and lifetime.

6) Plan's economic impact on the municipal budget and fees, see. Chapter 11.

7) Planned future investments for renovation, rebuilding or constructing new plants, see. § 63, adopted by the municipal council.

8) An assessment of the extent to which they covered by the plan are in line with the waste hierarchy, and helps to prevent or mitigate the negative impacts of waste management.

PCS. 2. The statements in the paragraph. 1, no. 2-4 and 6-8, must be detailed for the first 6 years and overall for the remainder of the plan period.

PCS. 3. The reports referred to in paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and 5, must be detailed for the entire plan period.


§ 16. In order to allow the public early and effective way to express an opinion before the waste management plan is adopted, the municipal council must make a public announcement in the local papers of the proposed waste management plan or revision of the waste management plan. The announcement shall at least contain information on:

1) the municipal address.

2) Information that everyone has the right to see the proposed plan or revision of the plan.

3) Information that everyone has the right to comment on the proposal within a period of at least 8 weeks of the announcement and details of where comments and questions may be directed to.

§ 17. The municipal council shall carry out official advertising in local magazines of the plan is adopted and the reasons and considerations underlying the plan's adoption, including the public participation process. Waste management plan shall be publicly available and communicated electronically to the public, cf. Order on active dissemination of environmental information.

§ 18. To the extent that municipal actual management company (operational tasks) under this order is handled by a local authority community planning can be carried out by the municipal community.

Chapter 5

Regulation Duty

§ 19. The municipal council shall prepare and adopt regulations on arrangements for waste produced by households and businesses in the municipality, see. § 24 paragraph. 1-3, see. However paragraph. 2.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall prepare and adopt a separate regulation for land that is waste.

PCS. 3. The municipal council shall, when drafting regulations, apply the paradigms, as shown in Annex 9 and 10.

PCS. 4. Paradigm are available at www.miljoeportal.dk.

PCS. 5. The local authority must publish the following paragraph. 1 adopted regulations by reporting to the national regulatory database, which is available at www.mst.dk.

PCS. 6. The Regulations shall enter into force the day after publication of the Rules database. The regulations will take effect the first time by 1 January 2012.

§ 20. The council must regulations establish the collection and assignment schemes to be used in the municipality, see. Chapter 6, 7 and 10. The municipal council decide whether fields are marked with "voluntary filling" must be completed.

§ 21. The municipal council shall in regulations lay down rules on collection schemes and organization, etc., including requirements for source separation.

PCS. 2. The local council may also for collection schemes set regulations on

1) the packaging of waste,

2) container type,

3) storage of waste

4) capacity for containers

5) placement of containers, including access roads,

6) the use of containers,

7) the filling of containers,

8) the cleanliness of containers and

9) collection of containers.

§ 22. The council must regulations establish rules for authorizing the schemes and organization, etc., including requirements for source separation.

PCS. 2. The local council may also for assignment schemes establish rules on

1) the packaging of waste,

2) labeling of containers, etc.,

3) storage of waste

4) prior treatment, including the reduction of waste for incineration,

5) authorization of waste in temporary storage

6) pre-treatment of waste for recycling, incineration with energy recovery or disposal

7) except for large and bulky items from the requirement to burn if they require special pretreatment besides pretreatment with compactor or the like and

8) declaration of waste.

§ 23. §§ 16 and 17 provide for public participation shall apply to regulations provided that everyone has the right to comment on the proposal within a period of a minimum of 4 weeks from the announcement.

PCS. 2. §§ 16 and 17 provide for public participation does not apply to regulations which only involves changes in regulations the fixed part.

Chapter 6

Schemes

§ 24. The municipal council shall establish arrangements for waste produced by households and businesses in the municipality. The arrangements shall stipulate respectively Ordinance on waste and the Ordinance on commercial, see. § 19.

PCS. 2 pcs. 1 does not apply to explosive waste.


PCS. 3. The local authority must not establish arrangements for or offer collection of source separated recyclable waste from enterprises referred. However, § 39 paragraph. 1 and § 40. The municipal council may continue to allow source-separated recyclable waste from municipal institutions and companies be subject to arrangements for recyclable waste.

PCS. 4. The local authority decides on a plan under paragraph. 1 is established as a collection or an instruction scheme referred to. However, §§ 25-27, §§ 29-34, §§ 37 and 39. A collection scheme can be established as a Retrieve or bring scheme.

PCS. 5. The municipal council may establish different systems for the same user when the difference is based on objective criteria such. type of housing.

PCS. 6. The local council should actually show waste not covered by a collection or assignment scheme referred to. However paragraph. 3. The specific instructions must be based on a specific assessment of the properties of waste, including the necessary sampling and analysis for the purpose of classification and authorization.

Establishment of and requirements for certain schemes for households

§ 25. The municipal council shall establish a collection scheme in the form of a collection system for domestic waste from households.

PCS. 2. In the home areas designated by the Planning Act, the municipal council can replace a collection system with an instruction of household refuse in part of the calendar year.

PCS. 3. The council must Ordinance on household impose stipulations, as referred to in § 21 paragraph. 2 for collection schemes for household waste.

PCS. 4. The local authority may in the Ordinance on waste provide for that households may composting of the vegetable fraction of domestic waste on the land which the household is located.

§ 26. The municipal council must establish a collection system for paper waste from households in settlements where time, more than 1,000 inhabitants. The system must be organized in such a way that significant parts of the waste is collected. The collection scheme must cover at least the following

1) newspapers

2) local newspapers,

3) weeklies and monthlies, including professional and member leaves

4) unaddressed printed matter

5) addressed mail and

6) directories.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected waste paper is recycled.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of waste paper prior to recycling of paper waste, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can recycle paper waste.

§ 27. The municipal council shall establish a collection scheme for cardboard waste, including cardboard packaging from households in settlements where time, more than 1,000 inhabitants. The system must be organized in such a way that significant parts of the waste is collected.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected cardboard waste is recycled.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of cardboard waste prior to recovery thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can recycle cardboard waste.

§ 28. If the collected amount of paper and cardboard waste, see. §§ 26 and 27, in the municipality represents less than 55% of the total paper and cardboard potential for households throughout the municipality in two consecutive calendar years from the calendar year 2006, the local organization of the collection scheme in accordance. § 26, in such a way that used permanent collection equipment, which makes it just as easy for households to dispose of paper waste that deliver household waste.

PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for the preparation and publication of the calculations of total paper and pappotentialer from households for municipalities. In municipalities where over 50% of the inhabitants live in rural areas, defined as areas with settlements of less than 200 inhabitants, the potential will be calculated at 100% of households in cities with more than 200 inhabitants and 50% of households in rural areas. The Environmental Protection Agency shall resolve disputes as to whether a municipality covered by paragraph. 2, 2nd sentence.

§ 29. The municipal council shall establish a collection system for glass packaging waste in settlements where time, more than 2,000 households. The system must be organized in such a way that significant parts of the reusable glass packaging waste is collected.


PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected glass packaging waste is recycled or prepared for re-use.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of glass packaging waste prior to recovery or preparation for re the local council in the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can recycle waste glass packaging or prepare the waste for recycling.

§ 30. The municipal council shall establish a collection scheme for recyclable metal packaging waste. The system must be organized in such a way that significant parts of the recyclable metal packaging waste is collected.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected recyclable metal packaging waste is recycled.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the handling of recyclable metal packaging waste prior to recovery thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can recycle metal packaging waste.

§ 31. The municipal council shall establish a collection system for recyclable plastic packaging waste, including waste from plastic bottles and containers. The system must be organized in such a way that significant parts of the recyclable plastic packaging waste is collected.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected plastic packaging waste is reprocessed and recycled as plastic.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of plastic packaging waste prior to reprocessing and recycling thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can process and recycle plastic packaging.

§ 32. The municipal council shall establish a collection scheme in the form of a put arrangement that allows households in the municipality access to at least one recycling center.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that only allowed for households in the municipality to deliver packaged waste to recycling centers where waste is packaged in clear plastic bags.

§ 33. The municipal council shall establish a collection system for PVC waste. The system must be organized in such a way that significant parts of both recyclable and non-recyclable PVC waste collected.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected recyclable PVC waste is recycled, and that important parts of the non-recyclable PVC waste is landfilled.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of PVC waste prior to recycling or disposal thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that recyclable and landfill suitable PVC waste is sorted and delivered to a facility that can recycle recyclable PVC waste or in a facility which to deposit non-recyclable PVC waste.

§ 34. The municipal council shall establish a collection scheme for waste impregnated wood. The system must be organized in such a way that significant parts of the impregnated wood is collected, see. However, § 107.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected waste treated wood is recycled or recovered in such a way that the metal content concentrated separately and wood residues are then recycled or energy resource in wood residues are exploited.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of wood waste prior to recycling or other recovery thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can recycle or to use wood waste in accordance with paragraph . 2.

§ 35. The municipal council shall establish a system for building waste, which gives households the opportunity to separate in accordance with the requirements for sorting in § 74 paragraph. 2.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of it included construction and demolition waste is recycled.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the handling of recyclable construction waste prior to recovery thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility for recycling of construction and demolition waste.


§ 36. The municipal council can in the Ordinance on waste provide for that waste wood treated with creosote to be incinerated with energy recovery.

PCS. 2. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of crushed creosote-treated wood waste prior to combustion thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can burn waste wood treated with creosote.

§ 37. The municipal council shall establish a collection system for hazardous waste not covered by §§ 25-27 and §§ 29-35.

Duty to use for households

§ 38. When a municipal system laid down in the Ordinance on waste, see. § 24 paragraph. 1, and has entered into force, citizens and landowners agree to use the system as prescribed. When the local council provides a specific order, see. § 24 paragraph. 6, citizens and landowners obliged to follow the instructions.

PCS. 2. Citizens and landowners to ensure the sorting of waste in accordance with the arrangements set out in the Ordinance on waste.

PCS. 3. Citizens and landowners must at the request of the local council show that the waste is handled in accordance with the local council established schemes or the municipal council's specific instructions.

Establishment of and requirements for certain schemes for companies

§ 39. The municipal council shall establish a collection scheme in the form of a bring scheme that allows companies in the municipality access to at least one recycling center.

PCS. 2. The local council must for companies limit such access to recycling sites for waste brought to the site in vehicles weighing up to 3500 kg. The local council should also give businesses access to the recycling of waste transported in the vehicle mounted trailer.

PCS. 3. The municipal council shall ensure that only allowed for companies in the municipality to deliver packaged waste to recycling centers where waste is packaged in clear plastic bags.

PCS. 4. The local authority must limit the access of companies to deliver hazardous waste to recycling centers for delivery of 200 kg of hazardous waste per year. business. This does not apply to hazardous waste covered by the rules on producer.

PCS. 5. The municipal council shall issue a receipt for companies that deliver hazardous waste to a collection point for the delivery of the hazardous waste.

§ 40. The municipal council may until 1 January 2016 to offer companies in the municipality that they are covered by a system of organic waste from their waste similar to domestic waste.

PCS. 2 pcs. 1 shall apply only where the local council in its regulations for municipal waste is regulated that organic waste must be separated from domestic waste, and has established an autonomous system for this waste.

§ 41. The municipal council shall establish a system of non-recyclable PVC waste.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that essential parts of the amount of non-recyclable PVC waste landfilled.

PCS. 3. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of non-recyclable PVC waste prior to landfilling the waste, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste is received by a system which can deposit the non-recyclable PVC waste.

§ 42. The municipal council can in the Ordinance on commercial decide that waste wood treated with creosote to be incinerated with energy recovery.

PCS. 2. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of waste wood treated with creosote prior to combustion thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that can burn waste wood treated with creosote.

Duty to use for companies

§ 43. When a municipal system suitable for incineration and landfill waste suitable for in the Regulation for commercial waste, and has entered into force, companies are required to use the system as prescribed. When the local council provides a specific instruction, companies are also required to follow the instructions.

PCS. 2. Companies Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 export their waste suitable for incineration to a recovery facilities abroad by executive order on shipments of waste.


PCS. 3. Companies shall, on request from the local council to demonstrate that waste is handled in accordance with the local council established schemes or the municipal council's specific instructions.

§ 44. The municipal council shall, on application, grant the company exemption from this obligation in § 43 paragraph. 1, as regards hazardous waste, which is not source-separated recyclable waste if the company proves that the hazardous waste can be handled environmentally responsible by its own measure. The municipal council shall as documentation require a copy of the agreement with an environmentally approved facility that can treat the waste, or evidence that the company itself has a facility that can treat the waste.

PCS. 2. The exemption under subsection. 1 is valid as long as the company's agreement with the environmentally approved facilities exist, or the company itself has a facility that can treat the waste.

PCS. 3. The company has a duty to inform the local council of changes in circumstances described in paragraph. 2 in order that the company may benefit from municipal schemes for hazardous waste.

§ 45. Major changes as regards incineration and landfill waste suitable in quantity, composition or properties of the company must immediately notify the municipal authority with a view on the local council any re-ranking or order.

Chapter 7

Incineration of waste

§ 46. Incineration of waste suitable for incineration is allowed only in approved facilities.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall ensure that combustible waste is incinerated at approved facilities, see. However paragraph. 3 and § 47.

PCS. 3. The burning of stumps and logging residue is permissible in contiguous stands of forest tree species at least 0.5 hectares and at least 20 meters wide (forestry).

PCS. 4. If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of waste suitable for incineration prior to combustion thereof, the municipal council of the agreement ensure that the establishment demonstrates that the waste disposed of at a facility that is approved to burn combustible waste in accordance with Chapters 5.

PCS. 5. If the municipal council has established an instruction system, the local fulfill the obligation under paragraph. 2 by entering into agreements with one or more incineration plant approved in accordance with Chapters 5 to burn waste suitable for incineration or with one or more plants that prepare the waste for incineration.

PCS. 6. The provision of subsection. 1 does not apply to municipal regulations for islands that do not have an incinerator and not connected by land to such.

§ 47. The municipal council may, regardless of § 46 paragraph. 1 of the Ordinance on commercial adopt provisions that it is allowed to burn garden waste, park waste and garden waste like waste from gardening, landscaping activities etc.

PCS. 2. The local authority may, regardless of § 46 paragraph. 1 of the Ordinance on waste provide for citizens and landowners may burn:

1) Garden waste from 1 December to 1 March, see. However paragraph. 4.

2) Clean, dry wood in specially designated campfire sites.

3) Garden waste Midsummer night.

PCS. 3. The municipal council determines the Ordinance on waste the conditions in the first paragraph. 2 out any burning of waste, including any distance requirements and requirements for the maximum amount of waste that must be incinerated.

PCS. 4 pcs. 2, no. 1 does not apply to the burning of waste in urban areas and in cottage areas.

§ 48. The municipal council may, if circumstances require, the combustible waste for temporary storage in a facility approved for temporary storage under Chapter 5, a maximum of 1 year. Instructions for temporary storage may not include domestic waste or other perishable waste.

PCS. 2. Environment Agency may grant exemptions in paragraph. 1 said deadline of one year for temporary storage of waste in the event of temporary capacity at incineration plants.

PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency can, in order to concretely applied for the construction of new landfills or units of mixed waste, grant exemptions from the instruction according to § 46 paragraph. 2.


PCS. 4. The municipal council may decide that the compulsory use of incinerators, which is approved. Under Chapter 5, does not apply if the facility or facilities to which it is possible to assign waste, is out of service temporarily due to breakdowns.

PCS. 5. The municipal council in the Regional Municipality of Bornholm may decide that the compulsory use of incinerators, which is approved. Under Chapter 5, does not apply in the case of renovations of incinerators, which usually assigned if the renovation work makes the plant unfit to receive and process waste.

Chapter 8

Landfill

§ 49. Citizens and businesses must not dilute or mix the waste with the aim of meeting the conditions for delivery of waste to landfill, cf. Order on landfills.

§ 50. Citizens and businesses must not hand the following waste for disposal:

1) Liquid waste as defined. § 3, no. 22

2) waste which under landfill, is explosive, oxidising, flammable or corrosive, see. Annex 4.

3) Clinical risk waste as defined. Annex 2.

4) Cover with an outside diameter of less than 1.40 meters.

5) The shredded tires.

6) Waste which has not been subjected to pre-treatment, see. § 3, no. 23. The requirement for pre-treatment before landfilling may be waived by the municipal council, if a pre-treatment will not reduce the amount of waste or the dangers for human health or the environment.

Chapter 9

Benchmarking of waste incineration and landfills

§ 51. Dedicated incineration plants, other plant that burns waste and landfills each year by 1 June report the information for the previous year, as shown in Annex 3 to the Environmental Protection Agency.

PCS. 2. DI, the Danish Energy waste Denmark and RenoSam must, as representatives of dedicated incineration plants, other plant that burns waste and landfills examine and describe similarities and differences in plant environmental and economic efficiency. Upon request, the Environmental Protection Agency assistance to the Confederation of Danish Energy, waste Denmark and RenoSam.

PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency publishes on www.mst.dk each year by 1 November benchmarking based on the information reported in accordance with paragraph. 1 and the review and description under subsection. 2.

PCS. 4. EPA exempts plants referred to. Paragraphs. 1, to report information later d. June 1 reported for the previous year of green accounts for order on certain companies' delivery of environmental information.

Chapter 10

Special rules on hazardous waste from businesses

§ 52. Companies producing hazardous waste, except for explosive waste, shall report such waste to the local council.

PCS. 2. Notifications shall include information on the type of waste (EWC code) as well as quantity, packaging, composition and characteristics.

§ 53. Companies that commercial transporters of hazardous waste, as well as dealers and brokers of hazardous waste, which are not required to report to the waste data system to keep records of the amount and type of hazardous waste (EWC code), the hazardous waste producer and the delivery site. The information and documentation for this information to be stored for 3 years.

PCS. 2. Companies that commercial transporters of hazardous waste, as well as dealers and brokers of hazardous waste must be requested by the Environmental Protection Agency or local authority submit information from the records and documentation for this information.

§ 54. Companies that produce explosive waste, must ensure that waste is managed environmentally responsible manner at an authorized facility or in areas designated and approved by the environmental authorities.

§ 55. Companies that produce or handle hazardous waste must ensure that hazardous waste is not diluted or mixed with other hazardous waste or mixed with non-hazardous waste.

PCS. 2. The municipal council can in the Ordinance on commercial adopt provisions that paragraph. 1 does not apply if permission has been granted pursuant to this Act or regulations issued pursuant to the Act.

§ 56. Companies that produce hazardous waste shall ensure that hazardous waste is properly packaged to the extent necessary in relation to the waste composition, quantity, weight, volume, etc.


§ 57. Companies that produce waste oils in the form of industrial oil or lubricating oil of mineral origin, especially from internal combustion engines and transmissions, as well as mineral oil for turbines and hydraulic oils, to ensure that the essential parts of the waste oil handled for regeneration into base oil.

PCS. 2. The obligation in paragraph. 1 must be fulfilled by entering into agreements with the companies collecting waste oils with a view to regenerating, or plants which reprocess waste oils by regeneration into base oil.

Chapter 11

Principles of municipal establishment and collection of fees

§ 58. The council must a charge sheet set fees for waste planning, construction, operation and administration of waste schemes referred. Act § 48 paragraph. 1, see. However, Act § 48 paragraph. 2. Fee sheet shall be approved by the local council and published on the municipality's website.

PCS. 2. The local council may establish and collect særgebyrer for the additional costs which the local council applied by the individual waste producer, including costs arising from citizens, property owners or businesses incorrect sorting or extra costs for collecting waste from citizens, property owners or businesses.

PCS. 3. Fees under subsection. 1, as regards households collected from the person who has a registered title to the property, see. Act § 48 paragraph. 6

PCS. 4. Fees under subsection. 1, as regards companies collected from the business register registered owner of the company, see. Act § 48 paragraph. 7. The fee shall be charged for each p-number, which is registered in the Register provided. However, § 62 paragraph. 1-5.

PCS. 5. The municipal council shall collect the fee under subsection. 4 for the year among the companies that are located in the city on 1 January of the fee year. The municipal council, in its determination of the charge put information on corporate sector code and number of employees, as seen from the CVR register on 1 January of charge year basis.

§ 59. The municipal council shall calculate the costs of each collection and assignment system after the split in the municipal budget and accounting system, so that the total fee income for each system alone to cover the municipality's costs for regime described. Act § 48 paragraph. 3. If a system includes both households and businesses, the cost of the scheme is allocated to households and firms in line with the costs of handling, as households and businesses raises.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall charge to the fee for the national regulatory database and Waste Data System, see. § 66 and § 73, the account specified in § 60 paragraph. 1 and § 61 paragraph. 1, specified fee for administration. The fee must be spaced so that half the households in the municipality and half for companies in the municipality.

PCS. 3. The municipal council shall ensure that at least every 4 years and the first time by 1 January 2011, conducted user surveys at the recycling centers, as local citizens and enterprises use. User surveys to form the basis for allocation of costs between households and companies for access to recycling centers. The local council can use the instructions in the Environment Agency's guidelines, 'Template for execution of user surveys to recycling centers', published on www.mst.dk.

PCS. 4. The local authority shall apply the paragraph. 3, the user surveys as a basis for allocation of costs between households and companies for access to recycling centers in the municipality later in the collection of fees for 2011.

PCS. 5. The local authority may charge a single fee for all of the systems that a household or business is required to pay for. The municipal council shall request to document the distribution of costs between the various schemes.

§ 60. The municipal council shall establish and collect fees from all households in the municipality, including homes and allotments, to cover municipal costs associated with the administration of collection and assignment schemes for households, specific instructions on household waste management and planning. The total fee income should cover the part of the municipality's costs for this administration and planning that relates to households. The fee may be set as the average fee for all households. However paragraph. 2.


PCS. 2. The municipal council can charge sheet to determine the distribution of costs between different types of households, for example. family houses and blocks of flats and buildings not used for residential purposes.

PCS. 3. The municipal council shall establish and collect a fee for collection schemes for household waste at all households in the municipality, which is covered by the scheme. For collection schemes in the form of kerbside collection fee must be determined on the basis of the service with the system made available to the household, defined by either the weight of the waste to be retrieved, container volume or emptying frequency or a combination of these criteria, see. However paragraph. 2. There may add additional criteria that reflect the individual household load of the system.

PCS. 4. The municipal council shall establish and collect a fee for collection schemes for paper, cardboard and glass of all households in the municipality, which is covered by the scheme. The fee may be determined as an average fee referred. However paragraph. 2.

PCS. 5. The local council shall determine and charge a fee for collection schemes for hazardous waste at all households in the municipality, which is covered by the scheme. The fee may be determined as an average fee referred. However paragraph. 2.

PCS. 6. The local council shall determine and charge a fee for collection schemes for bulky waste at all households in the municipality, which is covered by the scheme referred to. However paragraph. 2.

PCS. 7. The local council shall determine and charge a fee for households access to deliver waste to recycling centers. The fee may be set as the average fee for all households. However paragraph. 2.

PCS. 8. The local council shall determine and charge a fee for each collection scheme, which is established in the municipality, which is not covered by paragraph. 3-7. The fee must be in the municipal budget and accounting system charged to the account "other arrangements and facilities", the local council must create an account.

§ 61. The municipal council shall establish and collect a fee from all businesses in the municipality to cover the municipality's costs for managing the collection and assignment schemes for companies, specific instructions on the management of waste from businesses and planning, see. However, § 62 paragraph. 1-5. The total fee income should cover the part of the municipality's costs related businesses. The fee must be determined as the average fee for all companies.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall establish and collect a fee for collection schemes for waste similar to domestic waste from all businesses in the municipality, which is covered by the scheme. The fee must be determined on the basis of the service with the system made available to the company, defined by either the weight of the waste to be retrieved, container volume, emptying frequency or a combination of these criteria. There may add additional criteria that reflect each company's load of the system.

PCS. 3. The municipal council shall establish and collect a fee for collection schemes for incineration and landfill suitable hazardous waste from all businesses in the municipality, which is covered by the scheme. The fee shall be differentiated according to criteria reflecting each company's load of the system.

PCS. 4. The municipal council shall establish and collect a fee for enterprises to deliver waste to recycling centers, see. However, § 62 paragraph. 4. No fee shall be differentiated on the following scale and the number of companies that are in categories 1-4 in the municipality:







1)


Other companies:


½



2)


Craftsmen and landscapers (0-1 employees):


4



3)


Craftsmen and landscapers (2-10 employees):


6



4)


Craftsmen and landscapers (over 10 employees):


8











Municipal council shall at its fixing of the fee in respect of companies covered by nos. 2-4, putting industry codes listed in Annex 11 to the reason for which category the companies covered by the meaning. However, § 62 paragraph. 1-5.

PCS. 5. The local council shall determine and charge a fee for access to deliver waste to recycling centers for foreign companies without a permanent address in Denmark. The fee shall be differentiated and must be collected directly from the company, see. However, § 62.

PCS. 6. The local council shall determine and charge a fee for each collection scheme, which is established in the municipality, which is not covered by paragraph. 2-4. The fee must be in the municipal budget and accounting system charged to the account "other arrangements and facilities", the local council must create an account.

§ 62. The municipal council may not charge any fee at companies where the company's industry code set out in Annex 7, and where the company on row number address has 0-1 employees. The local authority may not charge any fee from commercial fishermen, regardless of number of employees. The local authority may charge a fee with companies if they use one or more systems in the municipality.

PCS. 2. The local authority may not charge any fee from businesses where the company's business is given in Annex 8, paragraph 1, and where the company on row number address has 0 employees, or annex 8, paragraph 2, whatever the number of employees in the company. The local authority may charge a fee with companies if they use one or more systems in the municipality.

PCS. 3. The local authority may not charge any fee on companies in the municipality with documents that they have an annual turnover of less than 50,000 kr. Revenue is calculated for the income, which is two years before the fee year. The local council can exempt all businesses with an annual turnover below 50,000 kr. And inform yourself of the turnover of these companies. The local authority may charge a fee with companies if they use one or more systems in the municipality.

PCS. 4. The local authority to exempt companies that can prove that the company itself is responsible for management of all its waste for recovery from paying the fee according to § 61 paragraph. 4. The local authority may charge a fee with companies if they use one or more systems in the municipality.

PCS. 5. The municipal council may exempt companies from one or more of the charges according to § 61 paragraph. 1-4 and 6, if the local authority may take into account that the company does not have a proper waste production. The local authority may charge a fee with companies if they use one or more systems in the municipality.

Provisions for future investments

§ 63. In setting the fees local council may assign to provisions for planned investments if

1) the municipal council resolution on investment for renovation, rebuilding or constructing new plants,

2) The local council's decision taken on the basis of a budget for the investment scale and a plan for financing investment, and

3) investment in existing waste management plan referred to. § 15 paragraph. 1 pt. 7

PCS. 2. There may be provisions for investment of up to 5 years after the investment decision is taken.

Chapter 12

The national regulatory database

§ 64. The Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for the development, operation, maintenance and management of the national database of municipal waste regulations.

§ 65. The national regulatory database aims to provide a comprehensive overview of existing municipal waste regulations.

§ 66. Environmental Protection Agency charged with the local council fee to cover the costs of development, operation, maintenance and management of the national regulatory database. The fee amounts to a total of 145 kr. Per. 1,000 inhabitants per year and allocation. municipality in proportion to population per. 1 January of the fee year. The fee must be paid to the Environmental Protection Agency once a year on 1 June and the first time on 1 June 2012.

PCS. 2. The fee rates referred to in paragraph. 1 applies to the costs of paragraphs. 1. The fees are adjusted annually. 1 January on the basis of the latest published price and wage index of the Finance Ministry's Economic Administrative Instructions. The current fee rate published on the EPA website www.mst.dk.

Chapter 13

Transmission of data on waste

(Waste Data System)


§ 67. The Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for keeping a register of data on waste (Waste Data System).

PCS. 2. Waste Data System tasks performed by the Environmental Protection Agency and local authorities under the provisions set out in this chapter.

§ 68. Waste Data System aims to:

1) Include information on waste.

2) Provide information on waste available to public authorities, establishments and companies reporting to the Waste Data System.

§ 69. Reports to the waste data system shall be made by:

1) Facility which treats waste by recycling, incineration, landfilling or special treatment (waste treatment plant).

2) Construction, which has as a business to pretreat waste.

3) Collection Companies.

4) waste generating companies

a) if the firm treats the waste or

b) if the entity exporting the waste directly in a foreign installation by executive order on shipments of waste.

5) Companies which import waste.

6) Companies that export waste.

PCS. 2. Plants and establishments covered by paragraph. 1 In accordance with Annex 5 report information from any individual landowner meaning. However paragraph. 3, or business on

1) waste collected,

2) waste received for the pretreatment

3) waste exported,

4) waste imported and

5) waste that is finished.
The information indicated as total quantities. waste producer in the reporting period on the p-number level.

PCS. 3. For waste resulting from municipal collection schemes and households, including waste recycling centers, establishments and undertakings referred. Paragraphs. 1 which these data, by reporting enter municipality number and p-number.

PCS. 4. If the waste treatment plant, see. Paragraph. 1 pt. 1 receives waste from a waste conveyor, the waste treatment plant to report to the Waste Data System. The waste-producing undertaking shall for this purpose submit a statement to the waste transporter. The statement, which may be digital, shall include the information that makes it possible for the waste treatment plant to provide data on the waste received, see. Appendix 5.

§ 70. The reports referred. § 69 paragraph. 2, must be carried out every year by 31 January covering the preceding calendar year and the first time by 31 May 2011 covering the period 1 April to 31 December 2010.

PCS. 2. Reports must be made on www.virk.dk by using a digital signature within. However paragraph. 3.

PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency shall, upon request from a foreign company without p-number alert for this.

§ 71. The establishments or undertakings referred. § 69 paragraph. 1, have access to and via www.virk.dk edit their own data reported to the Waste Data System before 30 January nationwide data reported for the previous year.

PCS. 2. The local authority has access to and can edit data on waste generated within the municipality reported to the Waste Data System before 30 September nationwide data reported for the previous year. If the local council making corrections in the report, the local authority shall inform the person who issued the alert.

PCS. 3. The establishments or undertakings referred. § 69 paragraph. 1 may not edit data that the municipal council has directed.

PCS. 4. Environmental Protection Agency have access to and can edit all data reported to the Waste Data System. If EPA making corrections in the report, the Environmental Protection Agency inform the person who issued the alert.

PCS. 5. Systems and establishments referred to. § 69 paragraph. 1, and the local council may not edit the data that EPA has directed.

§ 72. The establishments or undertakings referred. § 69 paragraph. 1, which receives waste for processing or handling, and transmitting data on waste shall in connection with the reporting of waste data system sending the invoice for handling the waste to the facility or company that the waste is received from.

PCS. 2. Plants and establishments referred. § 69 paragraph. 1, must keep receipts of quantities and fractions of waste is delivered to a waste treatment facility, a facility or activity, in accordance. § 69 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-3, for 3 years.


§ 73. Environmental Protection Agency charged with the local council fee to cover the costs of development, operation, maintenance and management of waste data system. The fee amounts to 1,580 kr. Per 1,000 inhabitants per year and allocation. municipality in proportion to population per. 1 January of the fee year. The fee must be paid to the Environmental Protection Agency once a year on 1 June and the first time on 1 June. 2011.

PCS. 2. The fee rates referred to in paragraph. 1 applies to the costs of paragraphs. 1. The fees are adjusted annually. 1 January on the basis of the latest published price and wage index of the Finance Ministry's Economic Administrative Instructions. The current fee rate published on the EPA website www.mst.dk.

Chapter 14

Recyclable commercial

§ 74. waste generating companies must source separate their recyclable waste.

PCS. 2. waste generating companies to be on the spot to sort out their construction and demolition waste for use and should at least separate waste into the following fractions, see. However paragraph. 5 and 6:

1) Natural stone, for example. Granite and flint.

2) Unglazed tiles (brick and roof tiles).

3) Concrete.

4) Mixtures of materials from natural stone, unglazed tiles and concrete.

5) Iron and metal.

6) Plaster.

7) Stone wool.

8) Earth.

9) Asphalt.

10) Mixtures of concrete and asphalt.

PCS. 3. waste generating companies must by separation of waste fractions covered by paragraph. 2, Nos. 1-4, ensure that anything but mortar and possibly rebar is discarded, including PCB-containing joint material is identified and discarded.

PCS. 4. If double glazing occurs, the waste producing company ensure that these are sorted out and if possible recycled. Double glazing, are not suitable for recycling must be destroyed or disposed of.

PCS. 5. The waste generating company can not sorting into fractions see. Paragraph. 2, where the total amount of waste from the construction work does not exceed 1 tonne. The waste is assigned in this case by the local council for sorting.

PCS. 6. The waste-producing undertaking, notwithstanding paragraph. 2 send unsorted recyclable construction waste for further sorting into fractions at a sorting facility, which is registered on Waste register as a collector with treatment.

§ 75. waste generating companies to ensure that the essential parts of their reusable source separated waste, including recyclable PVC waste, recyclable paper, cardboard and cardboard materials and their products and recyclable packaging waste of glass, plastic, metal and wood, recycled .

PCS. 2. waste generating companies must ensure that significant parts of waste treated wood is recycled or recovered so that the metal content concentrated separately and recycled wood, or energy resource in the tree exploited see. However, § 107.

PCS. 3. waste generating companies shall fulfill his obligation under paragraph. 1 know when necessary and at least once a year, to hand over their source separated recyclable waste

1) a registered recycling facility, or

2) an approved and registered collector.

PCS. 4. A collector must deliver waste to a registered recycling facility or to another collection company, which in turn can deliver the waste to a registered recycling facility or to another collector.

PCS. 5. When waste producing companies deliver source-separated recyclable waste to a collection company, or when the collection company delivers the waste to another collector, the party that has possession of the waste, ensure that a written agreement with the other party, which must state what type of waste or waste types covered by this Agreement, and their quantity. It should also stipulate that the collection company, which gets possession of the waste, takes over responsibility for

1) submission of the waste to a registered recycling facility and

2) transmission of data on waste to the Waste Data System.

PCS. 6. The party that has possession of the waste, may decide that there should be a written agreement. This applies only if the paragraph. 5 provided information shown on an invoice, which must be kept by the person who transfers responsibility for the waste.


PCS. 7. Collectors are required at the request of the local council or Environmental Protection Agency demonstrate evidence of that waste, the company has assumed the responsibility for, is delivered to a recycling facility or to another collection company, registered in the Waste Register.

PCS. 8. Establishments and plants Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 and 3 export their recyclable waste to a facility overseas by executive order on shipments of waste.

PCS. 9. Companies Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 and 3 drop off recyclable, incineration and landfill waste suitable for recycling centers, see. § 39 paragraph. 1.

Approval and registration of collection companies

§ 76. Collection Companies must be approved by the Environmental Protection Agency, before the company must agree to assume responsibility for source separated recyclable industrial, see. § 75 paragraph. 5.

PCS. 2. An authorization allows collection company

1) the right and duty to take responsibility for that source separated recyclable industrial handed over to a registered recycling facility or an approved and registered collection company, and to report data accordingly to the Waste Data System, and

2) the right to disclose information on all types of waste, including recyclable, incineration and landfill waste suitable, the company collect or transport.

PCS. 3. An authorization under subsection. 1 is limited in time and is given for 5 years before it must be applied for a new permit. An application for a new permit must be submitted before the existing authorization expires. Environmental Protection Agency can carry out administrative extension of an existing authorization in connection with the application for a new permit.

PCS. 4. Application for approval not later than 1 January 2011, sent electronically to EPA using the application form available on www.virk.dk. Companies wishing to start collecting production after 1 January 2011 must apply for approval no later than 1 month prior to the company are needed.

PCS. 5. Application for approval shall include:

1) The company's corporate ID and p-number.

2) Evidence that at least one person with management responsibilities for the collection of source separated recyclable industrial achieved collect evidence or have skills that can be assimilated, cf. Order on the training of persons in charge of data reporting and environmentally sound management of source separated recyclable industrial .

3) Indication of the waste fractions, such as collecting company for source separated recyclable industrial wants to collect or pretreat.

4) information about EAN number if the company has one.

5) Whether the company preprocesses source separated recyclable industrial.

§ 77. Environmental Protection Agency must decide whether approval can be granted, within 21 days of receipt of the application with the in § 76 paragraph. 5, that information. For applications submitted by 1 January 2011, should the Environmental Protection Agency, however, decide by 1 March 2011. The deadlines calculated from the time the applicant has submitted all the information the applicant must submit pursuant to § 76 paragraph. 5.

PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency may extend the time limit set by paragraph. 1, once if the complexity of the situation so warrants. Environmental Protection Agency to give the applicant notice of the extension and the duration thereof by the deadline in accordance with paragraph. 1. The notice of extension shall state the reason for the extension and its duration.

PCS. 3. Notwithstanding the periods specified in paragraph. 1 and 2, the applicant shall not commence collection of source separated recyclable industrial before the Environmental Protection Agency has granted approval.

§ 78. The Environmental Protection Agency shall promptly acknowledge receipt of an application for approval. The receipt must contain the following information:

1) The published deadline for the processing of the application and the possibility that the deadline can be extended once, see. § 77 paragraph. 2.

2) The company shall not commence collection of source separated recyclable industrial before the Environmental Protection Agency has granted approval, whether the deadline on the published deadline or subsequently announced deadline is met.

3) The decision can not be appealed to any other administrative authority. Proceedings for review of the decision may be brought under the Act § 101.

§ 79. An approved and registered collection company must within 14 days provide information on changes in the circumstances mentioned in § 76 paragraph. 5.


PCS. 2. If a collector no longer has at least one person employed to collect evidence or qualifications that can be assimilated, approval shall lapse, unless the company within 6 months after the person to collect evidence or qualifications that can be assimilated, have resigned, have employed a new person discharging managerial responsibilities, who have obtained the required collect evidence or qualifications that can be assimilated.

§ 80. The Environmental Protection Agency may revoke the approval or not to consent to the collection companies if the company is guilty of gross or repeated negligence in connection with activities related to source separated recyclable industrial.

§ 81. Installations recycles source separated recyclable industrial, must refuse to receive waste not suitable for recycling.

PCS. 2. The municipal council in the municipality where the waste is produced, are to assign it to in paragraph. 1 shall waste for proper treatment. Where a registered collector has taken over responsibility for the waste, the municipal council in his municipality will assign waste for proper treatment.

Chapter 15

Waste Register

§ 82. The Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for keeping a register of recycling facilities, collectors, waste transporters, dealers and brokers as well as municipal treatment plants that handle wastes (The Register).

PCS. 2. Affaldsregistrets tasks performed by the Environmental Protection Agency in the manner set out in this chapter.

§ 83. Waste Registry aims to include information on:

1) Recycling Facility, see. However, § 84 paragraph. 3.

2) Collection Companies.

3) Waste Carriers, brokers and dealers.

4) Municipal treatment plants approved in accordance with Chapter 17

PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency, acting in connection with the approval of the collectors according to § 76 paragraph. 1, a decision on the waste fractions that can be recorded on Waste Register, see. § 76 paragraph. 5, no. 3

§ 84. The recycling plants, waste transporters, traders and brokers, as mentioned in § 83, no. 1 and 3, shall by 1 March 2011 request registration in the Waste Register, see. However paragraph. 3. Companies who start business after March 1, 2011 must apply for registration in the Waste Registry within the company's beginning, see. However paragraph. 3.

PCS. 2. Municipal treatment plants listed in § 83 paragraph. 1, no. 4, may request registration in the Waste Register.

PCS. 3. Recycling Facility, which only recycles waste, covered by other legislation which separately regulates the recycling of waste, including sets out rules for the amount and type of waste shall not require registration.

PCS. 4. If there are changes in the information reported under §§ 87-90, the recycling plants, waste transporters, dealers and brokers as well as municipal treatment plants within 14 days to report these changes.

PCS. 5. Request for registration under subsection. 1 must be submitted electronically using the digital signature on www.virk.dk.

PCS. 6. Environmental Protection Agency shall, upon request from a foreign company without p-number make registrations for this.

§ 85. The Environmental Protection Agency will decide whether the request for registration, see. § 84 may be accepted within 21 days of receipt of the request with in §§ 87-90 that information. The period starts from the time the applicant has submitted all the information the applicant must submit pursuant to §§ 87-90.

PCS. 2. Environmental Protection Agency may extend the time limit set by paragraph. 1, once if the complexity of the situation so warrants. EPA must provide the requesting registration, notification of the extension and its duration before the deadline under subsection. 1. The notice of extension shall state the reason for the extension and its duration.

§ 86. Environmental Protection Agency must immediately acknowledge receipt of a request for registration. The receipt must contain the following information:

1) The published deadline for the processing of the request for registration and the possibility that the deadline can be extended once, see. § 85. 2.

2) The decision can not be appealed to any other administrative authority. Proceedings for review of the decision may be brought under the Act § 101.

§ 87. Recycling Plants must for registration report the following

1) recycling plant CVR number and row number,

2) information about valid environmental permit


3) information on the waste fractions plant can process, as well as the recycling process the system is doing, and

4) information on EAN number if the system has one.

§ 88. Waste Carriers shall at registration report the following

1) the company's tax ID and p-number

2) information on valid road haulage permit or other appropriate permit if the activity is subject requirement,

3) information on national security and the ADR if the company is subject to the requirement, and

4) information on EAN number if the company has one.

§ 89. Municipal treatment plants at registration report the following

1) the company's tax ID and p-number and

2) information about EAN number.

§ 90. Brokers and dealers must at registration report the following

1) the company's tax ID and p-number and

2) information about EAN number if the company has one.

§ 91. Environmental Protection Agency must record collection companies in Waste Register, when they are approved, according to. § 76 paragraph. 1.

§ 92. Waste recycling facilities and collection companies can not handle source-separated recyclable industrial waste, unless they are registered or registered and certified under the provisions of this chapter and Chapter 14 to handle and process the relevant waste fraction.

§ 93. Collection Companies must pay a one-off fee of 2,468 kr. For processing applications for approval under Chapter 14 fee is to cover the cost of processing the application, including costs for administration, fee collection and supervision of the collection companies let themselves approve.

PCS. 2. Fees collected by the Environmental Protection Agency.

PCS. 3. The fees under subsection. 1 applies to applications received on or before 31 December 2010. For subsequent applications regulated fee annually per. 1 January on the basis of the latest published price and wage index of the Finance Ministry's Economic Administrative Instructions. The current fee rate published on the EPA website www.mst.dk.

PCS. 4. Undertakings and installations that asks for registration according to § 84 paragraph. 1 and 2 or registered in accordance with § 91, must pay a one time fee of 2,468 kr. For treatment of registration in the Waste Register. The fee shall be payable. category set. §§ 87-91, which the establishment or plant registered in.

PCS. 5. Companies and facilities that are registered according to § 85 paragraph. 1 and § 91 shall in addition pay an annual fee of 1,171 kr., Charged in January. In 2011, the fee shall be charged in connection with the processing of an application for approval and processing of registration in the Waste Register, see. Paragraph. 1 and 4.Gebyret shall be payable. category set. §§ 87-91, which the company or facility to register in.

PCS. 6. Fees shall correspond to the actual costs that EPA has in connection with the construction, operation, maintenance and management of Waste Register, including costs associated with toll collection and supervision of the registration service providers and civil register.

Chapter 16

Disclosure

§ 94. Companies that collect source separated recyclable industrial, must disclose it as the source separated recyclable commercial waste collected for whether:

1) Contact information for the authority as collection company has got the approval of the meaning. § 76, which oversees the company's work in Denmark, or the Economic and Business Affairs' electronic contact point (one-stop shop), see. § 16 of the Act on services the internal market.

2) Name and address of the authority responsible for waste data system provided. § 67, or the Economic and Business Affairs' electronic contact point (one-stop shop), see. § 16 of the Act on services in the internal market.

3) Any professional associations collection company is a member.

PCS. 2. If the business which the reusable commercial waste collected for so requests, the collection disclose the rules of professional conduct applicable to the performance of the industry and how to access them.

PCS. 3. Information under subsection. 1 shall be made available or communicated clearly and unequivocally and in good time before the written agreement is concluded, see. § 75 paragraph. 5.

§ 95. Brokers who arranges the recovery or disposal of industrial waste on behalf of others, must disclose it as commercial and industrial waste arranged recovered or disposed of if:


1) Name and address of the leading Waste Register, see. § 82, or the Economic and Business Affairs' electronic contact point (one-stop shop), see. § 16 of the Act on services in the internal market.

2) The potential trade associations to which the broker who arranges the recovery or disposal of industrial waste, is a member.

PCS. 2. If the waste producing company, as industrial and commercial waste arranged recovered or disposed of requests, the broker must disclose the professional rules applicable to the performance of the industry and how to access them.

PCS. 3. Information under subsection. 1 shall be made available or communicated clearly and unequivocally and in good time before the industrial waste arranged recovered or disposed of.

Chapter 17

The municipal treatment plants

§ 96. Municipal treatment plants can not process source separated recyclable industrial, see. However paragraph. 2 and paragraphs. 3.

PCS. 2. A municipal treatment plants owned by a municipal council or a municipal association can treat source-separated recyclable industrial waste from the municipality or municipalities' own institutions.

PCS. 3. A municipal treatment plant can treat source-separated recyclable industrial waste from companies other than the paragraph. 2 included, to the extent it is consistent with one of the Environmental Protection Agency approved the notification in accordance. § 106.

§ 97. Municipal treatment plants may only offer the Environmental Protection Agency approved processing capacity of the market set. However paragraph. 2 and 3.

PCS. 2. Does the amount of recyclable waste, which the local council or the municipal councils, which owns the plant has the capacity responsible to below the amount of household waste treated at the plant February 26, 2009, the related released capacity offered on the market.

PCS. 3. efficient municipal treatment plants so that the processing capacity increases within the on 26 February 2009 applicable miljøgodkendelses emission requirements, etc., this additional processing capacity available on the market if it is not possible to use it for treatment of recyclable waste, which the local council or the municipal councils, which owns the plant has the capacity responsibility.

Accounting requirements

§ 98. A municipal treatment plant treating source separated recyclable industrial, to keep separate accounts for the plant's activities in connection with the treatment of source separated recyclable industrial, not covered by § 96 paragraph. 2, and other debris.

PCS. 2. The preparation of financial statements in accordance with paragraph. 1, income and expenses to the extent possible attributable to the separate activities. To the extent this is not possible, the costs are distributed proportionally between the activities based on the quantities and types of waste.

PCS. 3. Preparation of accounts must be done according to the rules of the Order on the municipal budget and accounting, auditing, etc., or if the facility is operated by a limited company or a foundation Statements Act.

PCS. 4. The financial statements for the separate activities must be submitted to EPA annually within 30 days after they are audited by the auditor and approved by the plant management on site.

§ 99. A municipal treatment plant treating source separated recyclable industrial, must offer this treatment on the market set. However, § 97. The municipal treatment plants shall fix the price of treatment in such a way that the annual income from the handling of such waste at least covers the cost of treatment, which are calculated in the financial statements in accordance with § 98.

PCS. 2. The municipal treatment plants shall report the prices charged for treatment of other source-separated recyclable industrial waste than the waste covered by § 96 paragraph. 2, and for treatment of other waste at the facility during the year to the Environmental Protection Agency simultaneously with the submission of accounts to the Environmental Protection Agency according to § 98 paragraph. 4.

Chapter 18

Supervision

§ 100. The municipal council supervises that the provisions of this Executive Order, cf.. However paragraph. 2 and 3.

PCS. 2. When the Environmental Protection Agency takes decisions under this Order, DEPA monitor compliance with these decisions.

PCS. 3. Environmental Protection Agency shall also supervise compliance with the provisions of this Order Chapter 17


PCS. 4. The municipal treatment plants to pay fees for the Environmental Protection Agency supervision in accordance with paragraph. 3 under the rules of the Executive Order on user fees for the authorization and supervision under the Environmental Protection Act and the Act on environmental approvals etc. of livestock farming.

Chapter 19

Administrative provisions

§ 101. Decisions under this Order may not be appealed to any other administrative authority.

Chapter 20

Penalty

§ 102. Unless a higher penalty is prescribed under other legislation, punishable by fine who

1) fails to provide information in accordance with § 11

2) violates regulations laid down by the local authority pursuant to § 19 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 21 paragraph. 1 and 2 and § 22 paragraph. 1 and 2

3) fails to use the schemes established by § 25 paragraph. 1, 2 and 4, § 26 paragraph. 1, § 27 paragraph. 1, § 29 paragraph. 1, § 30 paragraph. 1, § 31 paragraph. 1, § 32 paragraph. 1, § 33 paragraph. 1, § 34 paragraph. 1, § 35 paragraph. 1, § 36 paragraph. 1, § 39 paragraph. 1, § 40 paragraph. 1, § 41 paragraph. 1, see. § 38 paragraph. 1, point 1. and § 43 paragraph. 1, point 1.,

4) fails to sort in accordance with the arrangements set out in the Ordinance referred. § 38 paragraph. 2

5) fails to comply with the municipal council's specific instructions according to § 24 paragraph. 4, see. § 38 paragraph. 1, point 2., And § 43 paragraph. 1, point 2.,

6) fails to demonstrate that the waste is handled in accordance with the municipal regulations and established arrangements or specific instructions, see. § 38 paragraph. 3 and § 43 paragraph. 3,

7) fails to inform the local council of significant changes in the quantity, composition or properties specified. § 45

8) burns waste at an unauthorized plant in accordance. § 46 paragraph. 1

9) thinner or mixes waste for the purpose of fulfilling the conditions for delivery of waste to landfills, see. § 49

10) delivers wastes for disposal in contravention of § 50, Nos. 1-6,

11) fails to report information in accordance. § 51 paragraph. 1

12) fails to examine and describe similarities and differences in plant environmental and economic effectiveness established. § 51 paragraph. 2, first sentence.,

13) fail to notify generation of hazardous waste as defined. § 52 paragraph. 1

14) fails to keep records according to § 53 paragraph. 1

15) fails to provide information from the register and documentation for the information referred to. § 53 paragraph. 2

16) fails to ensure that the explosive waste is managed environmentally sound, see. § 54

17) fails to ensure that hazardous waste is not diluted or mixed with other wastes, see. § 55

18) fails to ensure that the hazardous waste is properly packaged, see. § 56

19) fails to ensure sound management of waste oils, see. § 57 paragraph. 1 and 2,

20) submits incorrect information, see. § 62 paragraph. 4

21) fails time and in proper form to report information to the Waste Data System, see. § 69 paragraph. 2-4 and § 70 paragraph. 1 and 2,

22) the courts of data, which the local council or Environmental Protection Agency has directed, in accordance. § 71 paragraph. 3 and 5,

23) fails to send the invoice, see. § 72 paragraph. 1

24) fails to store receipt, see. § 72 paragraph. 2

25) fails to pre-sort waste as defined. § 74 paragraph. 1

26) fails to sort construction waste as defined. § 74 paragraph. 2-4 and paragraphs. 5, 2nd sentence. and paragraphs. 6, 2nd sentence.

27) fails to ensure their recycling, see. § 75 paragraph. 1

28) fails to ensure recycling or recovery of treated wood, see. § 75 paragraph. 2

29) fails to provide recyclable source-separated waste, as required by § 75 paragraph. 3, no. 1 and 2,

30) fails to waste as defined. § 75 paragraph. 4

31) fails to conclude a written agreement referred to. § 75 paragraph. 5,

32) fails to provide documentation, see. § 75 paragraph. 7

33) fails to obtain the approval referred. § 76 paragraph. 1

34) continue business after the expiry of approval without obtaining re-accreditation, meaning. § 76 paragraph. 3,

35) fails time and in proper form to submit an application for approval, where required, see. § 76 paragraph. 4 and 5,

36) fails to provide information on changes in the circumstances mentioned in § 76 paragraph. 5, see. § 79

37) receives waste not suitable for recycling, see. § 81. 1

38) fails to submit an application in Waste Register, including in due form, see. § 84 paragraph. 1 and 5,

39) fails to provide information on changes in the circumstances mentioned in §§ 87-90, see. § 84 paragraph. 4

40) fails to submit the in § 87 provided information


41) fails to submit the information referred to. § 88

42) fails to submit the information referred to. § 89

43) fails to submit the information referred to. § 90

44) handles waste without being approved and registered in accordance. § 92

45) fails to pay the fee, see. § 93 paragraph. 1, 4 and 5,

46) fails to disclose the § 94 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-3, specified information, including clear, unambiguous and in good time, see. § 94 paragraph. 3,

47) fails to provide information on professional rules, see. § 94 paragraph. 2

48) fails to disclose the § 95 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and 2, specified information, including clear, unambiguous and in good time, see. § 95 paragraph. 3,

49) fails to provide information on professional rules, see. § 95 paragraph. 2

50) treat source separated recyclable industrial contrary to § 96 paragraph. 1

51) provides treatment of source separated recyclable industrial contrary to § 97

52) fails to keep separate accounts required. § 98 paragraph. 1-3,

53) fails to file accounts on time to the Environmental Protection Agency,. § 98 paragraph. 4

54) fails to provide treatment to market conditions, see. § 99 paragraph. 1

55) fails to report the prices charged, see. § 99 paragraph. 2, or

56) disregards the conditions attached to a permit, authorization or exemption under this Order.

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

1) harm to the environment or risk of harm or

2) 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 21

Entry into force and transitional provisions

§ 103. Order shall enter into force on 25 March 2011. § 76 paragraph. 5, no. 2 and § 79 paragraph. 2 which shall enter into force until 1 January 2012.

PCS. 2. Order no. 1632 of 23 December 2010 on waste termination. However paragraph. 3.

PCS. 3. § 108 of Executive Order no. 1632 of 23 December 2010 continue to have effect, to situations prior to 25 March 2011.

§ 104. The municipal council shall adopt the first waste management plan under this order later than 1 January 2013. The plan is for the period 2013 to 2018 and shall cover the period from 2013 to 2024, inclusive.

PCS. 2. The obligation to draw up a waste management plan to 2012 maintained until 1 January 2013. The plan must be drawn up under this Order.

§ 105. Regulations adopted under previous regulations on waste remain in force until the adoption of new regulations under this Order. However, the repealed provisions of the applicable regulations, which are contrary to this Order, including provisions relating to source separated recyclable industrial, and collection of commercial waste fees from the person who has a registered title to the property.

PCS. 2. The possibility of charging fees for 2010 pursuant to § 106 paragraph. 2 and 3 of Executive Order no. 48 of 13 January 2010, maintained.

§ 106. Cases pending the approval of the municipal treatment plant continued treatment of source separated recyclable industrial notified in accordance with § 95 of Executive Order no. 48 of 13 January 2010 finalized in accordance with § 96 of Executive Order no. 48 of 13 January 2010.

§ 107. The municipal council may, regardless of § 34 paragraph. 1 and § 75 paragraph. 2 until 1 January 2012 provide impregnated wood from households and businesses to landfill.

Ministry of the Environment, March 7, 2011
Karen Ellemann
/ Claus Torp



Appendix 1

Contents of the waste regulation







Chapter Summary



Chapter 1:


scope



Chapter 2:


definitions



Chapter 3:


classification



Chapter 4:


planning




Chapter 5:


Regulations Duty



Chapter 6:


arrangements



Chapter 7:


Incineration of waste



Chapter 8:


Landfill



Chapter 9:


Benchmarking of waste incineration and landfills



Chapter 10:


Special rules on hazardous waste from businesses



Chapter 11:


Principles of municipal establishment and collection of fees



Chapter 12:


The national regulatory database



Chapter 13:


Transmission of data on waste



Chapter 14:


Recyclable commercial



Chapter 15:


Waste Register



Chapter 16:


disclosure



Chapter 17:


The municipal treatment plants



Chapter 18:


supervision



Chapter 19:


Administrative provisions



Chapter 20:


penalty



Chapter 21:


Implementation and transitional provisions







Appendix Overview



Appendix 1:


Contents



Appendix 2:


The list of waste (EWC codes)



Appendix 3;


benchmarking



Appendix 4:


Hazardous waste



Appendix 5:


Requirements for reporting to the Waste Data System



6A:


Forms and methods of disposal



Annex 6B:


Forms and methods of recovery




Appendix 7:


Exemption from waste fees - industry codes



Appendix 8:


Exemption from waste fees - business forms



Annex 9:


Regulations for household



Annex 10:


Regulations for industrial



Annex 11:


Industry Codes including builders and landscapers see. § 61 paragraph. 4







Appendix 2

The list of waste referred to. § 2. 1
Introduction
The list of waste shall implement the European Waste Catalogue (EWC), which has been prepared in accordance with Council Directive 75/442 / EEC on waste. The list is a non-exhaustive list of waste.
The fact that a substance or object listed, does not mean that the substance or object is a waste in all circumstances. There is only talk about waste when the waste definition in § 2 are met.
Waste which is listed and bold, designated as hazardous waste when the criteria set out in Annex 4 are satisfied. § 3, paragraph. 1 pt. 21 waste types in the list should not be read independently of the section in which they appear.
CONTENTS







EWC code


Waste type



01


Wastes resulting from exploration, mining, quarrying, physical and chemical treatment of minerals



02


Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, forestry, hunting and fishing, manufacturing and food processing



03


Wastes from wood processing and the production of panels, furniture, paper, paperboard and pulp



04


Wastes from the leather, fur and textile industries



05


Wastes from petroleum refining, natural gas cleaning and pyrolysis of coal



06


Wastes from inorganic chemical processes



07


Wastes from organic chemical processes



08


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of paints, varnishes and vitreous enamels as well as adhesives, sealants and inks



09


Waste from the photographic industry



10


Waste from thermal processes



11


Wastes from chemical surface treatment and coating of metals and other materials and waste from hydrometallurgy



12



Waste from shaping and physical and mechanical surface treatment of metals and plastics



13


Oil wastes and wastes of liquid fuels (except edible oils, 05 and 12)



14


Waste organic solvents, refrigerants and propellants (except 07 and 08)



15


Packaging waste absorbents, wiping cloths, filter materials and protective clothing not otherwise specified



16


Waste not otherwise specified in the list



17


Construction and demolition wastes (including excavated soil from contaminated sites)



18


Wastes from human or veterinary medicine and / or related research (except kitchen and canteen waste, which are not directly related to patient treatment)



19


Waste from waste treatment plants, sewage treatment plants outside the production site as well as from the production of drinking water or water for industrial use



20


Municipal wastes (household waste and similar commercial, industrial and institutional wastes) including separately collected fractions







01


Wastes resulting from exploration, mining, quarrying and physical and chemical treatment of minerals








01 01


Wastes from mineral excavation





01 01 01


Wastes from mineral metalliferous minerals





01 01 02


Wastes from mineral non-metalliferous minerals








01 03


Wastes from physical and chemical processing of metalliferous minerals






01 03 04




Acid-generating tailings from processing of sulphide ore







01 03 05




Other solid tailings containing dangerous substances






01 03 06


Solid tailings other than those mentioned in 01 03 04 and 01 03 05







01 03 07




Other wastes containing dangerous substances from physical and chemical processing of metalliferous minerals






01 03 08


Dusty and powdery wastes other than those mentioned in 01 03 07





01 03 09


Red mud from alumina production other than those mentioned in 01 03 07





01 03 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








01 04


Wastes from physical and chemical processing of non-metallic minerals






01 04 07




Waste containing dangerous substances from physical and chemical processing of non-metallic minerals






01 04 08


Waste gravel and crushed rocks other than those mentioned in 01 04 07





01 04 09


Waste sand and clays





01 04 10


Dusty and powdery wastes other than those mentioned in 01 04 07





01 04 11


Waste from potash and rock salt processing other than those mentioned in 01 04 07





01 04 12


Solid and liquid tailings and other wastes from washing and cleaning of minerals other than those mentioned in 01 04 07 and 01 04 11





01 04 13


Waste from stone cutting and sawing other than those mentioned in 01 04 07





01 04 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








01 05


Drilling muds and other drilling wastes





01 05 04


Fresh-water drilling muds and wastes






01 05 05




Drilling muds and wastes containing oil







01 05 06





Drilling muds and other drilling wastes containing dangerous substances






01 05 07


Drilling muds and wastes containing barite, other than those mentioned in 01 05 05 and 01 05 06





01 05 08


Drilling muds and wastes containing chloride, other than those mentioned in 01 05 05 and 01 05 06





01 05 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








02


WASTES FROM AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, AQUACULTURE, FORESTRY, HUNTING AND FISHING, FOOD PREPARATION AND PROCESSING








02 01


Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, forestry, hunting and fishing










02 01 01


Sludges from washing and cleaning





02 01 02


Waste from animal-tissue





02 01 03


Waste plant-tissue





02 01 04


Waste plastics (except packaging)





02 01 06


Animal faeces, urine and manure (including spoiled straw), effluent, collected separately and treated off-site





02 01 07


Wastes from forestry






02 01 08




Agrochemical waste containing dangerous substances






02 01 09


Agrochemical waste other than those mentioned in 02 01 08





02 01 10


Metal





02 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








02 02


Waste from the production and processing of meat, fish and other foods of animal origin





02 02 01



Sludges from washing and cleaning





02 02 02


Waste from animal-tissue





02 02 03


Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing





02 02 04


Sludges from on-site





02 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








02 03


Waste from the production and processing of fruits, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco; conserve production; yeast and yeast extract production and fermentation of molasses





02 03 01


Sludges from washing, cleaning, peeling, centrifuging and separation





02 03 02


Waste from preservatives





02 03 03


Wastes from solvent





02 03 04


Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing





02 03 05


Sludges from on-site





02 03 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








02 04


Wastes from sugar processing





02 04 01


Soil from cleaning and washing beet





02 04 02


Calcium carbonate that does not meet specifications





02 04 03


Sludges from on-site





02 04 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








02 05


Waste from the dairy products





02 05 01


Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing






03 01 05


Sawdust, shavings, cuttings, wood, particle board and veneer other than those mentioned in 03 01 04





03 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








03 02


Wastes from wood preservation






03 02 01




Non-halogenated organic wood preservatives







03 02 02




Wood preservatives containing organic chlorine compounds







03 02 03




Wood preservatives containing organometallic compounds







03 02 04




Inorganic wood preservatives







03 02 05




Other wood preservatives containing dangerous substances






03 02 99


Wood preservatives not otherwise specified








03 03


Waste from the production and processing of pulp, paper and paperboard





03 03 01


Waste bark and wood





03 03 02


Green liquor sludge (from recovery of cooking liquor)





03 03 05


Sludge from the de-inking paper





03 03 07


Mechanically separated rejects from pulping of waste paper and cardboard





03 03 08


Wastes from sorting of paper and cardboard destined for recycling





03 03 09


Lime mud waste





03 03 10



Fiber rejects, fiber, filler and coating residue





03 03 11


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 03 03 10





03 03 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








04


Wastes from the leather, fur and textile industries








04 01


Wastes from the leather and fur industry





04 01 01


Waste from fleshing and lime split





04 01 02


Liming waste






04 01 03




Degreasing wastes containing solvents without a liquid phase






04 01 04


Tanning liquor containing chromium





04 01 05


Tanning liquor free of chromium





04 01 06


Sludges, in particular from waste water treatment on-site, containing chromium





04 01 07


Sludges, in particular from waste water treatment on-site, free of chromium





04 01 08


Tanned leather (blue sheetings, shavings, cuttings, buffing dust) containing chromium





04 01 09


Waste from dressing and finishing





04 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








04 02


Waste from the textile industry





04 02 09


Wastes from composite materials (impregnated textile, elastomer, plastomer)





04 02 10


Organic matter from natural products (eg grease, wax)






04 02 14





Wastes from finishing containing organic solvents






04 02 15


Wastes from finishing other than those mentioned in 04 02 14






04 02 16




Dyestuffs and pigments containing dangerous substances






04 02 17


Dyestuffs and pigments other than those mentioned in 04 02 16






04 02 19




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






04 02 20


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 04 02 19





04 02 21


Wastes from unprocessed textile fibers





04 02 22


Wastes from processed textile fibers





04 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








05


Wastes from petroleum refining, natural gas purification and pyrolytic treatment of coal








05 01


Wastes from petroleum refining






05 01 02




Sludge from desalination







05 01 03




Tank bottom sludges







05 01 04




Acid alkyl







05 01 05




Oil spills







05 01 06




Oily sludges from maintenance of plant or equipment








05 01 07




Acid tars







05 01 08




Other tars







05 01 09




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






05 01 10


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 05 01 09






05 01 11




Wastes from cleaning of fuel with bases







05 01 12




Oil containing acids






05 01 13


Sludges from boiler feed water





05 01 14


Waste from cooling towers






05 01 15




Spent filter clays






05 01 16


Sulfur-containing wastes from petroleum desulphurisation





05 01 17


bitumen





05 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








05 06


Pyrolysis wastes of coal






05 06 01




Acid tars







05 06 03




Other tars






05 06 04


Waste from cooling towers





05 06 99


Wastes not otherwise specified









05 07


Wastes from cleaning and transportation of natural gas






05 07 01




Mercury-containing waste






05 07 02


Wastes containing sulfur





05 07 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06


Wastes from inorganic chemical processes








06 01


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution and use of acids






06 01 01




Sulphuric acid and sulphurous acid







06 01 02




hydrochloric acid







06 01 03




hydrofluoric acid







06 01 04




Phosphoric acid and phosphorous acid







06 01 05




Nitric acid and nitrous







06 01 06




Other acids






06 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 02


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of bases






06 02 01




calcium







06 02 03





ammonium







06 02 04




Sodium and potassium hydroxide







06 02 05




Other bases






06 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 03


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution and use of salts and their solutions and metallic oxides






06 03 11




Solid salts and solutions containing cyanides







06 03 13




Solid salts and solutions containing heavy metals






06 03 14


Solid salts and solutions other than those mentioned in 06 03 11 and 06 03 13






06 03 15




Metallic oxides containing heavy metals






06 03 16


Metallic oxides other than those mentioned in 06 03 15





06 03 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 04


Metallic wastes other than those mentioned in 06 03






06 04 03




Wastes containing arsenic







06 04 04




Mercury-containing waste







06 04 05




Wastes containing other heavy metals






06 04 99


Wastes not otherwise specified









06 05


Sludges from on-site






06 05 02




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






06 05 03


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 06 05 02








06 06


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of sulfur compounds, chemical processes involving sulfur compounds and desulphurisation processes






06 06 02




Wastes containing dangerous sulphides






06 06 03


Sulphides waste other than those mentioned in 06 06 02





06 06 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 07


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution and use of halogens and chemical processes involving halogen compounds






06 07 01




Wastes containing asbestos from electrolysis







06 07 02




Activated carbon from chlorine







06 07 03




Mercury-containing barium sulphate







06 07 04




And acids, for example. contact acid






06 07 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 08


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution and use of silicon and silicon derivatives






06 08 02





Wastes containing dangerous silicones






06 08 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 09


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution and use of the compounds and chemical processes involving phosphorus





06 09 02


Phosphorslagge






06 09 03




Calcium-based reaction wastes containing or contaminated with dangerous substances






06 09 04


Calcium-based reaction wastes other than those mentioned in 06 09 03





06 09 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 10


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of nitrogen compounds, chemical processes involving nitrogen, and waste from the manufacture of fertilizers






06 10 02




Waste containing dangerous substances






06 10 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 11


Wastes from the manufacture of inorganic pigments and opacifiers





06 11 01


Calcium based reaction wastes from titanium dioxide production





06 11 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








06 13


Wastes from inorganic chemical processes not otherwise specified






06 13 01




Inorganic plant protection products, wood preservatives and other biocides







06 13 02




Spent activated carbon (except 06 07 02)







06 13 03


The carbon black






06 13 04




Waste from asbestos processing







06 13 05




Sod






06 13 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








07


WASTES FROM ORGANIC CHEMICAL PROCESSES








07 01


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of basic organic chemical compounds






07 01 01




Aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors







07 01 03




Organic halogenated solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 01 04




Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 01 07




Halogenated still bottoms and reaction residues







07 01 08




Other still bottoms and reaction residues







07 01 09




Halogenated filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 01 10




Other filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 01 11




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






07 01 12



Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 07 01 11





07 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








07 02


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of plastics, synthetic rubber and fibers






07 02 01




Aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors







07 02 03




Organic halogenated solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 02 04




Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 02 07




Halogenated still bottoms and reaction residues







07 02 08




Other still bottoms and reaction residues







07 02 09




Halogenated filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 02 10




Other filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 02 11




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






07 02 12


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 07 02 11





07 02 13


Plastic waste






07 02 14




Wastes from additives containing dangerous substances






07 02 15


Wastes from additives other than those mentioned in 07 02 14







07 02 16




Wastes containing dangerous silicones






07 02 17


Waste containing silicones other than those mentioned in 07 02 16





07 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








07 03


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of organic dyes and pigments (except 06 11)






07 03 01




Aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors







07 03 03




Organic halogenated solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 03 04




Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 03 07




Halogenated still bottoms and reaction residues







07 03 08




Other still bottoms and reaction residues







07 03 09




Halogenated filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 03 10




Other filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 03 11




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






07 03 12


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 07 03 11





07 03 99


Wastes not otherwise specified









07 04


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of organic plant protection products (except 02 01 08 and 02 01 09), wood preserving agents (except 03 02) and other biocides






07 04 01




Aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors







07 04 03




Organic halogenated solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 04 04




Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 04 07




Halogenated still bottoms and reaction residues







07 04 08




Other still bottoms and reaction residues







07 04 09




Halogenated filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 04 10




Other filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 04 11




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






07 04 12


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 07 04 11






07 04 13




Solid wastes containing dangerous substances






07 04 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








07 05


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of drugs






07 05 01




Aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors








07 05 03




Organic halogenated solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 05 04




Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 05 07




Halogenated still bottoms and reaction residues







07 05 08




Other still bottoms and reaction residues







07 05 09




Halogenated filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 05 10




Other filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 05 11




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






07 05 12


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 07 05 11






07 05 13




Solid wastes containing dangerous substances






07 05 14


Solid wastes other than those mentioned in 07 05 13





07 05 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








07 06


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of fats, grease, soaps, detergents, disinfectants and cosmetics






07 06 01




Aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors







07 06 03




Organic halogenated solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors








07 06 04




Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 06 07




Halogenated still bottoms and reaction residues







07 06 08




Other still bottoms and reaction residues







07 06 09




Halogenated filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 06 10




Other filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 06 11




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






07 06 12


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 07 06 11





07 06 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








07 07


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution and use of fine chemicals and chemical products not otherwise specified






07 07 01




Aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors







07 07 03




Organic halogenated solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 07 04




Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







07 07 07




Halogenated still bottoms and reaction residues







07 07 08





Other still bottoms and reaction residues







07 07 09




Halogenated filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 07 10




Other filter cakes and spent absorbents







07 07 11




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






07 07 12


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 07 07 11





07 07 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








08


WASTE FROM THE MANUFACTURE, FORMULATION, SUPPLY AND USE, PAINT AND CERAMIC ENAMELS, ADHESIVES, SEALANTS AND PRINTING INKS








08 01


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution, use and removal of paint and varnish






08 01 11




Paint and varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 01 12


Paint and varnish other than those mentioned in 08 01 11






08 01 13




Sludges from paint or varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 01 14


Sludges from paint or varnish other than those mentioned in 08 01 13






08 01 15




Aqueous sludges containing paint or varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 01 16


Aqueous sludges containing paint or varnish other than those mentioned in 08 01 15






08 01 17





Waste from paint or varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 01 18


Waste from paint or varnish other than those mentioned in 08 01 17






08 01 19




Aqueous suspensions containing paint or varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 01 20


Aqueous suspensions containing paint or varnish other than those mentioned in 08 01 19






08 01 21




Waste from paint or varnish






08 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








08 02


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, distribution and use of other coatings (including ceramic materials)





08 02 01


Waste coating powders





08 02 02


Aqueous sludges containing ceramic materials





08 02 03


Aqueous suspensions containing ceramic materials





08 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








08 03


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of inks





08 03 07


Aqueous sludges containing ink





08 03 08


Aqueous liquid waste containing ink






08 03 12




Waste ink containing dangerous substances






08 03 13


Waste ink other than those mentioned in 08 03 12






08 03 14





Ink sludges containing dangerous substances






08 03 15


Ink sludges other than those mentioned in 08 03 14






08 03 16




Waste etching solutions







08 03 17




Waste printing toner containing dangerous substances






08 03 18


Waste printing toner other than those mentioned in 08 03 17






08 03 19




disperse oil






08 03 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








08 04


Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of adhesives and sealants (including waterproofing products)






08 04 09




Adhesives and sealants containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 04 10


Waste adhesives and sealants other than those mentioned in 08 04 09






08 04 11




Adhesive and sealant sludges containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 04 12


Adhesive and sealant sludges other than those mentioned in 08 04 11






08 04 13




Aqueous sludges containing adhesives or sealants containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances






08 04 14


Aqueous sludges containing adhesives or sealants other than those mentioned in 08 04 13






08 04 15




Aqueous liquid waste containing adhesives or sealants containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances







08 04 16


Aqueous liquid waste containing adhesives or sealants other than those mentioned in 08 04 15






08 04 17




Rosin oil






08 04 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








08 05


Wastes not otherwise specified in 08






08 05 01




isocyanates









09


WASTE FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY








09 01


Waste from the photographic industry






09 01 01




Water-based developer and activator







09 01 02




Water-based offset plate developer







09 01 03




Solvent-based developer







09 01 04




Fixer







09 01 05




Bleach solutions and bleach fixer solutions







09 01 06




Wastes containing silver from treatment of photographic wastes on-site






09 01 07


Photographic film and paper containing silver or silver compounds





09 01 08


Photographic film and paper free of silver or silver compounds





09 01 10



Single-use cameras without batteries






09 01 11




Single-use cameras containing batteries included in 16 06 01 16 06 02 or 16 06 03






09 01 12


Single-use cameras containing batteries other than those mentioned in 09 01 11






09 01 13




Aqueous liquid waste from the recycling of silver on-site other than those mentioned in 09 01 06






09 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10


WASTE FROM THERMAL PROCESSES








10 01


Wastes from power stations and other combustion plants (except 19)





10 01 01


Bottom ash, slag and boiler dust (excluding boiler dust mentioned in 10 01 04)





10 01 02


Fly ash derived from coal





10 01 03


Fly ash from peat and untreated wood






10 01 04




Fly ash and boiler dust from oil






10 01 05


Calcium-based reaction solid waste from flue gas desulphurisation





10 01 07


Calcium-based reaction waste in sludge form from flue gas desulphurisation






10 01 09




sulfuric acid







10 01 13




Fly ash from emulsified hydrocarbons used as fuel







10 01 14




Bottom ash, slag and boiler dust from co-incineration containing dangerous substances







10 01 15


Bottom ash, slag and boiler dust from co-incineration other than those mentioned in 10 01 14






10 01 16




Fly ash from co-incineration containing dangerous substances






10 01 17


Fly ash from co-incineration other than those mentioned in 10 01 16






10 01 18




Waste from gas cleaning containing dangerous substances






10 01 19


Wastes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 01 05, 10 01 07 and 10 01 18






10 01 20




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






10 01 21


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 10 01 20






10 01 22




Aqueous sludges from boiler cleansing containing dangerous substances






10 01 23


Aqueous sludges from boiler cleansing other than those mentioned in 10 01 22





10 01 24


Sands from fluidised bed combustion





10 01 25


Wastes from fuel storage and preparation of coal-fired power plants





10 01 26


Waste from cooling





10 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 02


Wastes from the iron and steel industry





10 02 01


Waste from the processing of slag





10 02 02


Untreated slag






10 02 07





Solid wastes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 02 08


Solid wastes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 02 07





10 02 10


Mill scales






10 02 11




Wastes from cooling-water treatment containing oil






10 02 12


Wastes from cooling-water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 02 11






10 02 13




Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 02 14


Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 02 13





10 02 15


Other sludges and filter cakes





10 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 03


Wastes from aluminum thermal metallurgy





10 03 02


anode






10 03 04




Slag from primary production






10 03 05


alumina






10 03 08




Salt slag from secondary production







10 03 09




Black dross from secondary production







10 03 15




Skimmings that are flammable or upon contact with water, flammable gases in dangerous quantities






10 03 16



Skimmings other than those mentioned in 10 03 15






10 03 17




Containing wastes from anode production






10 03 18


Carbon-containing wastes from anode manufacture other than those mentioned in 10 03 17






10 03 19




Flue-gas dust containing dangerous substances






10 03 20


Flue-gas dust other than those mentioned in 10 03 19






10 03 21




Other particulates and dust (including ball mill dust) containing dangerous substances






10 03 22


Other particulates and dust (including ball mill dust) other than those mentioned in 10 03 21






10 03 23




Solid wastes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 03 24


Solid wastes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 03 23






10 03 25




Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 03 26


Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 03 25






10 03 27




Wastes from cooling-water treatment containing oil






10 03 28


Wastes from cooling-water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 03 27






10 03 29




Wastes from treatment of salt slag and black dross containing dangerous substances






10 03 30


Wastes from treatment of salt slags and black drosses other than those mentioned in 10 03 29






10 03 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 04


Waste from thermal metallurgy






10 04 01




Slag from primary and secondary production







10 04 02




Dross and skimmings from primary and secondary production







10 04 03




Calciumarsenat







10 04 04




Gas dust







10 04 05




Other particulates and dust







10 04 06




Solid waste from gas







10 04 07




Sludges and filter cakes from gas







10 04 09




Wastes from cooling-water treatment containing oil






10 04 10


Wastes from cooling-water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 04 09





10 04 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 05


Wastes from zinc thermal metallurgy





10 05 01


Slag from primary and secondary production






10 05 03




Gas dust






10 05 04



Other particulates and dust






10 05 05




Solid waste from gas







10 05 06




Sludges and filter cakes from gas







10 05 08




Wastes from cooling-water treatment containing oil






10 05 09


Wastes from cooling-water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 05 08






10 05 10




Dross and skimmings that are flammable or by contact with water, flammable gases in dangerous quantities






10 05 11


Dross and skimmings other than those mentioned in 10 05 10





10 05 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 06


Wastes from copper thermal metallurgy





10 06 01


Slag from primary and secondary production





10 06 02


Dross and skimmings from primary and secondary production






10 06 03




Gas dust






10 06 04


Other particulates and dust






10 06 06




Solid waste from gas







10 06 07




Sludges and filter cakes from gas







10 06 09




Wastes from cooling-water treatment containing oil







10 06 10


Wastes from cooling-water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 06 09





10 06 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 07


Waste from thermal silver, gold and platinum works





10 07 01


Slag from primary and secondary production





10 07 02


Dross and skimmings from primary and secondary production





10 07 03


Solid waste from gas





10 07 04


Other particulates and dust





10 07 05


Sludges and filter cakes from gas






10 07 07




Wastes from cooling-water treatment containing oil






10 07 08


Wastes from cooling-water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 07 07





10 07 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 08


Wastes from other thermal non-ferrous metal works





10 08 04


Particulates and dust






10 08 08




Salt slag from primary and secondary production






10 08 09


Other slag






10 08 10




Dross and skimmings that are flammable or by contact with water, flammable gases in dangerous quantities






10 08 11


Dross and skimmings other than those mentioned in 10 08 10







10 08 12




Containing wastes from anode production






10 08 13


Carbon-containing wastes from anode manufacture other than those mentioned in 10 08 12





10 08 14


anode






10 08 15




Flue-gas dust containing dangerous substances






10 08 16


Flue-gas dust other than those mentioned in 10 08 15






10 08 17




Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 08 18


Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 08 17






10 08 19




Wastes from cooling-water treatment containing oil






10 08 20


Wastes from cooling-water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 08 19





10 08 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 09


Waste from iron foundries





10 09 03


furnace slag






10 09 05




Casting cores and molds containing dangerous substances






10 09 06


Casting cores and molds, other than those mentioned in 10 09 05






10 09 07




Casting cores and molds containing dangerous substances






10 09 08


Casting cores and molds, other than those mentioned in 10 09 07







10 09 09




Flue-gas dust containing dangerous substances






10 09 10


Flue-gas dust other than those mentioned in 10 09 09






10 09 11




Other particulates containing dangerous substances






10 09 12


Other particulates other than those mentioned in 10 09 11






10 09 13




Waste binders containing dangerous substances






10 09 14


Waste binders other than those mentioned in 10 09 13






10 09 15




Waste crack-indicating agent containing dangerous substances






10 09 16


Waste crack-indicating agent other than those mentioned in 10 09 15





10 09 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 10


Waste from metal foundries





10 10 03


furnace slag






10 10 05




Casting cores and molds containing dangerous substances






10 10 06


Casting cores and molds, other than those mentioned in 10 10 05






10 10 07




Casting cores and molds containing dangerous substances






10 10 08


Casting cores and molds, other than those mentioned in 10 10 07






10 10 09




Flue-gas dust containing dangerous substances







10 10 10


Flue-gas dust other than those mentioned in 10 10 09






10 10 11




Other particulates containing dangerous substances






10 10 12


Other particulates other than those mentioned in 10 10 11






10 10 13




Waste binders containing dangerous substances






10 10 14


Waste binders other than those mentioned in 10 10 13






10 10 15




Waste crack-indicating agent containing dangerous substances






10 10 16


Waste crack-indicating agent other than those mentioned in 10 10 15





10 10 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 11


Wastes from manufacture of glass and glass products





10 11 03


Waste glass-based fiber materials





10 11 05


Particulates and dust






10 11 09




Waste preparation mixture before thermal processing containing dangerous substances






10 11 10


Waste preparation mixture before thermal processing other than those mentioned in 10 11 09






10 11 11




Waste glass in small particles and glass powder containing heavy metals (eg. From cathode ray tubes)






10 11 12


Waste glass other than those mentioned in 10 11 11






10 11 13





Sludge from polishing and grinding of glass containing dangerous substances






10 11 14


Sludge from polishing and grinding of glass, other than those mentioned in 10 11 13






10 11 15




Solid wastes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 11 16


Solid wastes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 11 15






10 11 17




Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 11 18


Sludges and filter cakes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 11 17






10 11 19




Solid waste from wastewater treatment on-site containing dangerous substances






10 11 20


Solid waste from wastewater treatment on-site, other than those mentioned in 10 11 19





10 11 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 12


Wastes from manufacture of ceramic goods, bricks, tiles and construction





10 12 01


Waste preparation mixture before thermal processing





10 12 03


Particulates and dust





10 12 05


Sludges and filter cakes from gas





10 12 06


Discarded molds





10 12 08


Waste ceramics, bricks, tiles and construction products (after thermal processing)






10 12 09




Solid wastes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 12 10



Solid wastes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 12 09






10 12 11




Wastes from glazing containing heavy metals






10 12 12


Wastes from glazing other than those mentioned in 10 12 11





10 12 13


Sludges from on-site





10 12 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 13


Waste from the production of cement, lime and plaster and products based thereon





10 13 01


Waste preparation mixture before thermal processing





10 13 04


Waste from calcination and hydration of lime





10 13 06


Particulates and dust (with the exception of 10 13 12 and 10 13 13)





10 13 07


Sludges and filter cakes from gas






10 13 09




Wastes from asbestos-cement manufacture containing asbestos






10 13 10


Wastes from asbestos-cement manufacture other than those mentioned in 10 13 09





10 13 11


Wastes from cement-based composite materials other than those mentioned in 10 13 09 and 10 13 10






10 13 12




Solid wastes from gas treatment containing dangerous substances






10 13 13


Solid wastes from gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 13 12





10 13 14


Waste concrete and concrete sludge





10 13 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








10 14



Waste from crematoria






10 14 01




Wastes from gas cleaning containing mercury









11


WASTES FROM CHEMICAL SURFACE TREATMENT AND COATING OF METALS AND OTHER MATERIALS WASTE FROM NON-FERROUS HYDRO








11 01


Wastes from chemical surface treatment and coating of metals and other materials (eg. Galvanic processes, zinc plating, pickling, etching, phosphating, alkaline degreasing, anodising)






11 01 05




pickling







11 01 06




Acids not otherwise specified







11 01 07




pickling bases







11 01 08




Phosphateringsbade







11 01 09




Sludges and filter cakes containing dangerous substances






11 01 10


Sludges and filter cakes other than those mentioned in 11 01 09






11 01 11




Aqueous rinsing liquids containing dangerous substances






11 01 12


Aqueous rinsing liquids other than those mentioned in 11 01 11






11 01 13




Degreasing wastes containing dangerous substances






11 01 14


Degreasing wastes other than those mentioned in 11 01 13






11 01 15




Eluate and sludges from membrane systems or ion exchange systems containing dangerous substances








11 01 16




Saturated or spent ion exchange resins







11 01 98




Other wastes containing dangerous substances






11 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








11 02


Wastes from non-ferrous hydrometallurgical processes






11 02 02




Sludges from zinc hydrometallurgy (incl. Jarosite, goethite)






11 02 03


Waste from the production of anodes for aqueous electrolytic processes






11 02 05




Wastes from copper hydrometallurgical processes containing dangerous substances






11 02 06


Wastes from copper hydrometallurgical processes other than those mentioned in 11 02 05






11 02 07




Other wastes containing dangerous substances






11 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








11 03


Sludges and solids from tempering






11 03 01




Wastes containing cyanide







11 03 02




Other wastes









11 05


Waste from varmforzinkningsprocesser





11 05 01


Hard Zinc





11 05 02



Zinc ash






11 05 03




Solid waste from gas







11 05 04




Discarded fluxes






11 05 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








12


WASTES FROM SHAPING AND PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL SURFACE TREATMENT OF METALS AND PLASTICS








12 01


Waste from shaping and physical and mechanical surface treatment of metals and plastics





12 01 01


Filings and turnings





12 01 02


Metal dust and particles of iron





12 01 03


Filings and turnings of non-ferrous metal





12 01 04


Metal dust and particles of non-ferrous metal





12 01 05


Plastic Chips






12 01 06




Mineral-based machining oils containing halogens (except emulsions and solutions)







12 01 07




Mineral, halogen free machining oils (except emulsions and solutions)







12 01 08




Halogenated machining emulsions and solutions







12 01 09




Halogen-free machining emulsions and solutions







12 01 10




Synthetic machining oils







12 01 12





Spent waxes and fats






12 01 13


Waste from welding






12 01 14




Machining sludges containing dangerous substances






12 01 15


Machining sludges other than those mentioned in 12 01 14






12 01 16




Waste blasting material containing dangerous substances






12 01 17


Waste blasting material other than those mentioned in 12 01 16






12 01 18




Oily metal sludge (sludge from grinding, honing and lapping)







12 01 19




Readily biodegradable machining oil







12 01 20




Spent grinding bodies and grinding materials containing dangerous substances






12 01 21


Spent grinding bodies and grinding materials other than those mentioned in 12 01 20





12 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








12 03


Wastes from water and vapor degreasing (except 11)






12 03 01




Aqueous washing liquids







12 03 02




Steam degreasing wastes









13


OIL WASTES AND WASTES OF LIQUID FUELS (except edible oils, and those in chapters 05, 12 and 19)








13 01



Waste hydraulic oils






13 01 01




Hydraulic fluids containing PCB1)







13 01 04




Chlorinated emulsions







13 01 05




Non-chlorinated emulsions







13 01 09




Mineral-based chlorinated hydraulic oils







13 01 10




Mineral-based non-chlorinated hydraulic oils







13 01 11




Synthetic hydraulic oils







13 01 12




Readily biodegradable hydraulic oils







13 01 13




Other hydraulic oils









13 02


Engine, gear and lubricating oils






13 02 04




Mineral-based chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils







13 02 05




Mineral-based non-chlorinated engine, gear and lubricating oils







13 02 06




Synthetic engine, gear and lubricating oils







13 02 07




Readily biodegradable engine, gear and lubricating oils







13 02 08





Other engine, gear and lubricating oils









13 03


Waste insulating and heat transmission oils






13 03 01




Insulating or heat transmission oils containing PCBs







13 03 06




Mineral-based chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils other than those mentioned in 13 03 01







13 03 07




Mineral-based non-chlorinated insulating and heat transmission oils







13 03 08




Synthetic insulating and heat transmission oils







13 03 09




Readily biodegradable insulating and heat transmission oils







13 03 10




Other insulating and heat transmission oils









13 04


Base Oil (ship)






13 04 01




Bilge oils from inland navigation







13 04 02




Waste from the processing plant for base oil







13 04 03




Bilge oils from other navigation









13 05


Material from oil separators






13 05 01




Solids from grit chambers and oil separators







13 05 02





Sludge from oil separators







13 05 03




Sludges







13 05 06




Oil from the oil separators







13 05 07




Oily water from oil separators







13 05 08




Mixtures of wastes from grit chambers and oil separators









13 07


Wastes of liquid fuels






13 07 01




Fuel oil and diesel







13 07 02




gasoline







13 07 03




Other fuels (including mixtures)









13 08


Oil wastes not otherwise specified






13 08 01




Desalter sludges or emulsions







13 08 02




Other emulsions







13 08 99




Wastes not otherwise specified









14


Waste organic solvents, refrigerants and propellants (except 07 and 08)








14 06


Waste organic solvents, refrigerants and foam / aerosol propellants







14 06 01




Chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC and HFC







14 06 02




Other halogenated solvents and solvent mixtures







14 06 03




Other solvents and solvent mixtures







14 06 04




Sludges or solid wastes containing halogenated solvents







14 06 05




Sludges or solid wastes containing other solvents









15


Waste packaging; absorbents, wiping cloths, filter materials and protective clothing not otherwise specified








15 01


Packaging (including separately collected municipal packaging waste)





15 01 01


Paper and cardboard packaging





15 01 02


Plastic packaging





15 01 03


Wood packaging





15 01 04


Metal packaging





15 01 05


Composite packaging





15 01 06


Mixed packaging





15 01 07


Glass packaging





15 01 09


Textile Packaging






15 01 10




Packaging containing residues of or contaminated by dangerous substances







15 01 11





Metallic packaging containing a dangerous solid porous matrix (eg. Asbestos), including empty pressure containers









15 02


Absorbents, wiping cloths and protective clothing






15 02 02




Absorbents, filter materials (including oil filters not otherwise specified), wiping cloths and protective clothing contaminated with hazardous substances






15 02 03


Absorbents, wiping cloths and protective clothing other than those mentioned in 15 02 02








16


WASTE NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THE LIST








16 01


Life vehicles from different transport (including non-road machinery) and wastes from dismantling of scrapped vehicles and vehicle maintenance (except 13, 14, 16 06 and 16 08)





16 01 03


Worn tires






16 01 04




Life vehicles.






16 01 06


Life vehicles, containing neither liquids nor other hazardous components






16 01 07




Oil filters







16 01 08




Mercury-containing components







16 01 09




Components containing PCBs







16 01 10




Explosive components (eg. Airbags)







16 01 11




Brake pads containing asbestos






16 01 12



Brake pads other than those mentioned in 16 01 11






16 01 13




Brake fluids







16 01 14




Antifreeze fluids containing dangerous substances






16 01 15


Antifreeze fluids other than those mentioned in 16 01 14





16 01 16


Tanks for liquefied gas





16 01 17


Ferrous metal





16 01 18


Non-ferrous metal





16 01 19


plastic





16 01 20


glass






16 01 21




Hazardous components other than those mentioned in 16 01 07 to 16 01 11 and 16 01 13 and 16 01 14






16 01 22


Components not otherwise specified





16 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








16 02


Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment






16 02 09




Transformers and capacitors containing PCBs







16 02 10




Discarded equipment containing or contaminated by PCBs other than those mentioned in 16 02 09







16 02 11




Discarded equipment containing chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC, HFC







16 02 12




Discarded equipment containing free asbestos








16 02 13




Discarded equipment containing hazardous dele2), other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 12






16 02 14


Discarded equipment other than those mentioned in 16 02 09 to 16 02 13






16 02 15




Hazardous components removed from discarded equipment






16 02 16


Components removed from discarded equipment other than those mentioned in 16 02 15








16 03


Batches that do not meet specifications and unused items






16 03 03




Inorganic wastes containing dangerous substances






16 03 04


Inorganic wastes other than those mentioned in 16 03 03






16 03 05




Organic wastes containing dangerous substances






16 03 06


Organic wastes other than those mentioned in 16 03 05








16 04


Waste explosives






16 04 01




Waste ammunition







16 04 02




Fireworks wastes







16 04 03




Other waste explosives









16 05


Gases in pressure containers and discarded chemicals






16 05 04




Gases in pressure containers (including halons) containing dangerous substances







16 05 05


Gases in pressure containers other than those mentioned in 16 05 04






16 05 06




Laboratory chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances, including mixtures of laboratory chemicals







16 05 07




Discarded inorganic chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances







16 05 08




Discarded organic chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances






16 05 09


Discarded chemicals other than those mentioned in 16 05 06 16 05 07 or 16 05 08








16 06


Batteries and accumulators






16 06 01




Lead-acid batteries







16 06 02




Ni-Cd batteries







16 06 03




Mercury-containing batteries






16 06 04


Alkaline batteries (except 16 06 03)





16 06 05


Other batteries and accumulators






16 06 06




Separately collected electrolyte from batteries and accumulators









16 07


Wastes from transport tank, storage tank and barrel cleaning (except 05 and 13)






16 07 08




Oily waste







16 07 09





Wastes containing other dangerous substances






16 07 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








16 08


Used catalysts





16 08 01


Spent catalysts containing gold, silver, rhenium, rhodium or palladium (except 16 08 07)






16 08 02




Spent catalysts containing dangerous transition metals
3)
or dangerous transition metal compounds






16 08 03


Spent catalysts containing transition metals or transition metal compounds not otherwise specified





16 08 04


Spent fluid catalytic cracking catalysts (except 16 08 07)






16 08 05




Spent catalysts containing phosphoric acid







16 08 06




Spent liquids have been used as catalysts







16 08 07




Spent catalysts contaminated with dangerous substances









16 09


Oxidising substances






16 09 01




Permanganates, for example. potassium permanganate







16 09 02




Chromates, for example. potassium chromate, potassium or sodium dichromate







16 09 03




Peroxides, for example. hydrogen peroxide







16 09 04




Oxidising substances, not otherwise specified










16 10


Aqueous liquid wastes destined for off-site






16 10 01




Aqueous liquid wastes containing dangerous substances






16 10 02


Aqueous liquid wastes other than those mentioned in 16 10 01






16 10 03




Aqueous concentrates containing dangerous substances






16 10 04


Aqueous concentrates other than those mentioned in 16 10 03








16 11


Waste linings and refractories






16 11 01




Carbon-based linings and refractories from metallurgical processes containing dangerous substances






16 11 02


Carbon-based linings and refractories from metallurgical processes other than those mentioned in 16 11 01






16 11 03




Other linings and refractories from metallurgical processes containing dangerous substances






16 11 04


Other linings and refractories from metallurgical processes other than those mentioned in 16 11 03






16 11 05




Linings and refractories from non-metallurgical processes containing dangerous substances






16 11 06


Linings and refractories from non-metallurgical processes other than those mentioned in 16 11 05








17


Construction and demolition wastes (including excavated soil from contaminated sites)








17 01


Concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics





17 01 01


concrete






17 01 02


brick





17 01 03


Tiles and ceramics






17 01 06




Mixtures of, or separate fractions of concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics containing dangerous substances






17 01 07


Mixtures of concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics other than those mentioned in 17 01 06








17 02


Wood, glass and plastic





17 02 01


wood





17 02 02


glass





17 02 03


plastic






17 02 04




Glass, plastic and wood containing or contaminated with dangerous substances









17 03


Bituminous mixtures, coal tar and tarred products






17 03 01




Bituminous mixtures containing coal tar






17 03 02


Bituminous mixtures other than those mentioned in 17 03 01






17 03 03




Coal tar and tarred products









17 04


Metals (and alloys)





17 04 01


Copper, bronze, brass





17 04 02


Aluminium





17 04 03


lead





17 04 04


zinc






17 04 05


Iron and steel





17 04 06


tin





17 04 07


Mixed metal






17 04 09




Metal waste contaminated with dangerous substances







17 04 10




Cables containing oil, coal tar and other dangerous substances






17 04 11


Cables other than those mentioned in 17 04 10








17 05


Soil (including excavated soil from contaminated sites), stones and dredging spoil






17 05 03




Soil and stones containing dangerous substances






17 05 04


Soil and stones other than those mentioned in 17 05 03






17 05 05




Dredging spoil containing dangerous substances






17 05 06


Dredging spoil other than those mentioned in 17 05 05






17 05 07




Track ballast containing dangerous substances






17 05 08


Track ballast other than those mentioned in 17 05 07








17 06


Insulation materials and asbestos-containing construction materials






17 06 01




Insulation materials containing asbestos







17 06 03




Other insulation materials consisting of or containing dangerous substances







17 06 04


Insulation materials other than those mentioned in 17 06 01 to 17 06 03





17 06 05


Construction materials containing asbestos






17 06 06




Construction materials containing asbestos, dust









17 08


Gypsum-based building materials






17 08 01




Gypsum-based construction materials contaminated with dangerous substances






17 08 02


Gypsum-based construction materials other than those mentioned in 17 08 01








17 09


Other construction and demolition waste






17 09 01




Mercury-containing construction and demolition waste







17 09 02




Construction and demolition wastes containing PCB (eg. PCB-containing sealants, PCB-containing resin-based floorings, PCB-containing sealed glazing units, PCB-containing capacitors)







17 09 03




Other construction and demolition wastes (including mixed wastes) containing dangerous substances






17 09 04


Mixed construction and demolition wastes other than those mentioned in 17 09 01, 17 09 02 and 17 09 03








18


WASTES FROM HUMAN OR ANIMAL HEALTH CARE AND / OR RELATED RESEARCH (except kitchen and restaurant wastes not arising from immediate health care)








18 01


Wastes from natal care, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of disease in humans





18 01 01


Sharps (except 18 01 03)





18 01 02



Body parts and organs (including blood bags and blood) (except 18 01 03)






18 01 03




Wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection






18 01 04


Wastes whose collection and disposal is not subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection (eg. Dressings, plaster casts, linen, disposable clothing, diapers)






18 01 06




Chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances






18 01 07


Chemicals other than those mentioned in 18 01 06






18 01 08




Cytotoxic and cytostatic drugs







18 01 09




Drugs other than those mentioned in 18 01 08







18 01 10




Amalgam waste from dental care









18 02


Wastes from research, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of disease involving animals





18 02 01


Sharps (except 18 02 02)






18 02 02




Wastes whose collection and disposal is subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection






18 02 03


Wastes whose collection and disposal is not subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection






18 02 05




Chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances






18 02 06


Chemicals other than those mentioned in 18 02 05






18 02 07





Cytotoxic and cytostatic drugs







18 02 08




Drugs other than those mentioned in 18 02 07









19


WASTE FROM WASTE TREATMENT PLANT WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS AND THE PREPARATION OF DRINKING WATER AND WATER FOR INDUSTRIAL USE








19 01


Wastes from incineration or pyrolysis of waste





19 01 02


Ferrous materials removed from bottom ash






19 01 05




The filter cake from gas treatment







19 01 06




Aqueous liquid waste from gas treatment and other aqueous liquid wastes







19 01 07




Solid waste from gas







19 01 10




Spent activated carbon from flue







19 01 11




Bottom ash and slag containing dangerous substances






19 01 12


Bottom ash and slag other than those mentioned in 19 01 11






19 01 13




Fly ash containing dangerous substances






19 01 14


Fly ash other than those mentioned in 19 01 13






19 01 15




Boiler dust containing dangerous substances






19 01 16


Boiler dust other than those mentioned in 19 01 15






19 01 17





Pyrolysis wastes containing dangerous substances






19 01 18


Pyrolysis wastes other than those mentioned in 19 01 17





19 01 19


Sands from fluidised bed combustion





19 01 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








19 02


Wastes from physico / chemical treatments of waste (including dechromatation cyanide, neutralization)





19 02 03


Premixed wastes composed only of non-hazardous waste






19 02 04




Premixed wastes composed of at least one hazardous waste







19 02 05




Sludges from physico / chemical treatment containing dangerous substances






19 02 06


Sludges from physico / chemical treatment other than those mentioned in 19 02 05






19 02 07




Oil and concentrates from separation







19 02 08




Liquid combustible wastes containing dangerous substances







19 02 09




Solid combustible wastes containing dangerous substances






19 02 10


Combustible wastes other than those mentioned in 19 02 08 and 19 02 09






19 02 11




Other wastes containing dangerous substances






19 02 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








19 03


Solidified or stabilized waste5)








19 03 04




Waste marked as hazardous waste and are delvis6) stabilized






19 03 05


Stabilized wastes other than those mentioned in 19 03 04






19 03 06




Waste marked as hazardous, solidified






19 03 07


Solidified wastes other than those mentioned in 19 03 06








19 04


Vitrified waste and wastes from vitrification





19 04 01


Vitrified waste






19 04 02




Fly ash and other waste from gas treatment







19 04 03




Non-vitrified solid phase






19 04 04


Aqueous liquid waste from vitrified waste








19 05


Wastes from aerobic treatment of solid waste





19 05 01


Non-composted fraction of municipal and similar wastes





19 05 02


Non-composted fraction of animal and vegetable waste





19 05 03


Compost that does not meet specifications





19 05 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








19 06


Wastes from anaerobic treatment of waste





19 06 03


Liquor from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste





19 06 04



Digestate from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste





19 06 05


Liquor from anaerobic treatment of animal and vegetable waste





19 06 06


Digestate from anaerobic treatment of animal and vegetable waste





19 06 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








19 07


Landfill leachate






19 07 02




Landfill leachate containing dangerous substances






19 07 03


Landfill leachate other than those mentioned in 19 07 02








19 08


Waste water treatment plants not otherwise specified





19 08 01


Screenings





19 08 02


Waste from desanding





19 08 05


Sludges from treatment of urban waste water






19 08 06




Saturated or spent ion exchange resins







19 08 07




Solutions and sludges from regeneration of ion exchangers







19 08 08




Membrane system waste containing heavy metals






19 08 09


Grease and oil mixture from oil separation containing only edible oil and fats






19 08 10




Grease and oil mixture from oil, other than those mentioned in 19 08 09







19 08 11





Sludges containing dangerous substances from biological treatment of industrial waste water






19 08 12


Sludges from biological treatment of industrial waste water other than those mentioned in 19 08 11






19 08 13




Sludges containing dangerous substances from other treatment of industrial waste water






19 08 14


Sludges from other treatment of industrial waste water other than those mentioned in 19 08 13





19 08 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








19 09


Waste from the production of drinking water or water for industrial use





19 09 01


Solid waste from primary filtration and screenings





19 09 02


Sludge from water clarification





19 09 03


Sludges from decarbonation





19 09 04


Spent activated carbon,





19 09 05


Saturated or spent ion exchange resins





19 09 06


Solutions and sludges from regeneration of ion exchangers





19 09 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








19 10


Wastes from shredding of metal waste





19 10 01


Iron and steel waste





19 10 02


Non-ferrous metal






19 10 03




Light fraction and dust containing dangerous substances






19 10 04


Light fraction and dust other than those mentioned in 19 10 03






19 10 05





Other fractions containing dangerous substances






19 10 06


Other fractions other than those mentioned in 19 10 05








19 11


Waste from the regeneration of oil






19 11 01




Spent filter clays







19 11 02




Acid tars







19 11 03




Aqueous liquid waste







19 11 04




Wastes from cleaning of fuel with bases







19 11 05




Sludges from on-site containing dangerous substances






19 11 06


Sludges from on-site other than those mentioned in 19 11 05






19 11 07




Waste from gas cleaning






19 11 99


Wastes not otherwise specified








19 12


Wastes from the mechanical treatment of waste (eg. Sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletising) not otherwise specified





19 12 01


Paper and paperboard





19 12 02


Ferrous metal





19 12 03


Non-ferrous metal





19 12 04


Plastics and rubber





19 12 05


glass







19 12 06




Wood containing dangerous substances






19 12 07


Wood, other than those mentioned in 19 12 06





19 12 08


Textiles





19 12 09


Minerals (eg. Sand, stone)





19 12 10


Combustible waste (refuse derived fuel)






19 12 11




Other wastes (including mixtures of materials) from mechanical treatment of waste containing dangerous substances






19 12 12


Other wastes (including mixtures of materials) from mechanical treatment of wastes other than those mentioned in 19 12 11








19 13


Wastes from soil and groundwater






19 13 01




Solid wastes from soil remediation containing dangerous substances






19 13 02


Solid wastes from soil remediation other than those mentioned in 19 13 01






19 13 03




Sludges from soil remediation containing dangerous substances






19 13 04


Sludges from soil remediation other than those mentioned in 19 13 03






19 13 05




Sludges from groundwater remediation containing dangerous substances






19 13 06


Sludges from groundwater remediation other than those mentioned in 19 13 05






19 13 07




Aqueous liquid wastes and aqueous concentrates from groundwater remediation containing dangerous substances






19 13 08



Aqueous liquid wastes and aqueous concentrates from groundwater remediation other than those mentioned in 19 13 07








20


Municipal wastes (household waste and similar commercial, industrial and institutional wastes) including separately collected fractions








20 01


Separately collected fractions (except 15 01)





20 01 01


Paper and paperboard





20 01 02


glass





20 01 08


Biodegradable kitchen and canteen waste





20 01 10


clothes





20 01 11


Textiles






20 01 13




solvents







20 01 14




acids







20 01 15




bases







20 01 17




Photo Chemicals







20 01 19




pesticides







20 01 21




Fluorescent tubes and other mercury-containing waste







20 01 23




Discarded equipment containing chlorofluorocarbons







20 01 25




Edible oil and fat







20 01 26





Oil and fat other than those mentioned in 20 01 25







20 01 27




Paint, inks, adhesives and resins containing dangerous substances






20 01 28


Paint, inks, adhesives and resins other than those mentioned in 20 01 27






20 01 29




Detergents containing dangerous substances






20 01 30


Detergents other than those mentioned in 20 01 29






20 01 31




Cytotoxic and cytostatic drugs







20 01 32




Drugs other than those mentioned in 20 01 31







20 01 33




Batteries and accumulators included in 16 06 01 16 06 02 or 16 06 03 and unsorted batteries and accumulators containing these batteries






20 01 34


Batteries and accumulators other than those mentioned in 20 01 33






20 01 35




Discarded electrical and electronic equipment other than those mentioned in 20 01 21 and 20 01 23 containing hazardous components
7)






20 01 36


Discarded electrical and electronic equipment other than those mentioned in 20 01 21 20 01 23 and 20 01 35






20 01 37




Wood containing dangerous substances






20 01 38


Wood, other than those mentioned in 20 01 37





20 01 39


plastic





20 01 40


metals





20 01 41



Wastes from chimney sweeping





20 01 99


Other fractions not otherwise specified








20 02


Garden and park wastes (incl. Waste from cemeteries)





20 02 01


Biodegradable waste





20 02 02


Soil and stones





20 02 03


Other non-biodegradable waste








20 03


Other municipal wastes





20 03 01


Mixed municipal waste





20 03 02


Waste from markets





20 03 03


Waste from street cleaning





20 03 04


Sludge from septic tanks





20 03 06


Waste from sewage cleaning





20 03 07


Bulky





20 03 99


Municipal wastes not otherwise specified









1)



For the purpose of this list of wastes, PCBs will be defined as the PCB Executive Order.




2)



Hazardous components from electrical and electronic equipment may include accumulators and batteries mentioned in 16 06 and marked as hazardous; mercury switches, glass from cathode ray tubes and other activated glass etc.




3)



At the transition metals referred to in this position: scandium, vanadium, manganese, cobalt, copper, yttrium, niobium, hafnium, tungsten, titanium, chromium, iron, nickel, zinc, zirconium, molybdenum and tantalum. These metals or their compounds are dangerous if they are classified as dangerous substances. The classification of dangerous substances shall determine which among those transition metals and which transition metal compounds are hazardous.




4)




Stabilisation processes change the dangerousness of the constituents in the waste and thus transform hazardous waste into non-hazardous waste. Solidification processes only change the waste physical condition (eg. Liquid into solid) by using additives without changing the chemical properties of the waste.




5)



A waste is considered as partly stabilized if dangerous constituents which have not been changed completely into non-dangerous constituents could be released into the environment in the short, medium or long term.




6)



Hazardous components from electrical and electronic equipment may include accumulators and batteries mentioned in 16 06 and marked as hazardous; mercury switches, glass from cathode ray tubes and other activated glass etc.












Appendix 3

Information to be reported for benchmarking, see. § 51 paragraph. 1
first Who must report:
following plants, depositing and incinerating waste have to report data:



1) Dedicated waste incineration plants where at least 80% of the energy produced comes from waste.

2) Other plants that burn waste: Plants burning more than 20,000 tons of waste per year. These plants should only provide information.

3) Landfills approved to receive waste by the requirements of the Ordinance on landfills, however, installations of seabed sediments.

Second What should be reported:
2.1 Incinerator:
first Plant
General information



- To be completed for (years)

- Incineration Facility Name

- CVR number

- Facility P-number / P numbers

- Contact person regarding. this questionnaire

- Tel. no. to contact

Ownership



- Specify the ownership of the incinerator (Municipal owned; Joint Municipal owned (I / S); Owned by cooperatives owned district heating plant (AMBA); Utility-owned (A / S), owned jointly by two or more)

- If other, please corporate form:

Other operating areas



- Does the facility following activities? It can be on the same site or another site (tick)? (Shredding of waste suitable for incineration, sorting of waste suitable for incineration; reloading of waste suitable for incineration; Cache waste, slag handling, District Transmission)

Capacity



- What is the incinerator's current total annual capacity approved by the Heat Supply Act for the incineration of waste (tons / year)?

- What is the incinerator's current total annual environmental authorized capacity (tons / year)?

- What is the incinerator's rated capacity for each furnace (number of tons per hour)? There subtracted not possible. reduction compared flue gas cleaning.

Hours



- What was the incineration plant operating hours?

- Set operating hours for each furnace at the plant.
Flue gas




- Specify the type of flue gas cleaning on each oven: (Dry gas cleaning; Semi-dry flue gas cleaning; Wet gas cleaning)

Established



- What year was the system established? Specify years for each furnace.

- Specify year of life extensions

Second Waste
Waste Quantity



- How much waste was weighed?

- How much net of which came from the landfill?

- How much waste was burned?

- How many% of the loads takes you out to the roadside inspection of the waste?

Waste calorific value



- What was the average (calculated) calorific value of the incinerated waste (GJ / ton)

Third Environment
dross and residue amount



- Enter the amount produced slag (ton) before separation of metals

- What proportion of slag was recycled (indicate annual average recycling rate)?


- What proportion of the slag (in%) was deposited, because it could not comply with the limits in Restprodukt Executive Order, Category II and III?

- Enter the produced residual amount excl. slag (tonnes)

To exceedances of the daily average values ​​



- Enter the number of breaches of the daily average values ​​of air emissions (If none, enter 0) Totaled of all ovens

- Has the facility had breaches in relation to wastewater discharges to the sewer?

- Has the facility had breaches in relation to wastewater discharges to the recipient?

- Has the facility had breaches in relation to dust?

- Has the facility had breaches in relation to noise?

- Has the facility had breaches in relation to the content of TOC / loss on ignition in slag?

- Has the facility had breaches in relation to requirements for quality assurance of automated measuring systems?

Accidents



- Have there been accidents with consequences for the external environment or the risk thereof?

Waste gases and emissions (total for all processing lines)







-


Flue gas (Nm3 per tonne of burned waste)



-


Enter the actual amount discharged the following emissions per Nm3 (calculations based on both the continuously measured emissions and emissions that are taken at random. For the latter emissions are calculated as the average of the measured values ​​of the year.) For emissions less than the limit set out 'detection' || |




-


Dioxin (g DCDD and PCDF per Nm3)





-


Particulates (g per Nm3)





-


CO (g per Nm3)





-


SO2 (g per Nm3)





-


NOX (g per Nm3)



-


For other heavy metals provide the sum of the discharged amounts of Sb, As, Pb, Cd, Cr, Co, Cu, Hg, Mn, Ni, V, Sn, T1, etc. (G per Nm3)










Fourth Energy production
Heat



- Enter the amount produced heat (GJ)

- Enter the quantity sold heat (GJ)

- Set the off-cooled amount of heat (GJ)

- Devoting facility other energy?

Electricity Production



- Enter the quantity produced (MWh)

- Enter the quantity sold (MWh)

Fifth Prices and economy
marketing and billing of heat



- What was the average settlement price for heat (GJ)? (Based on income from the sold heat spread over the sold GJ. Incl. Governmental energy and environmental taxes eg. Waste heat tax.)

Marketing and billing of electricity



- What was the average settlement price for electricity (kr./MWh)? Based on income from the sold electricity by the sold MWh. Excl. taxes and financial income from electricity billing. Incl. revenues for balancing / regulating force and reserve force.

Rates



- What was the average price in DKK per ton? (The average rate is calculated as the total income that the facility receives payment in the form of fees / tariffs for waste divided by the burned amount of waste. Incl. Energy and environmental taxes as waste producers billed).

Facility economy




- What was the plant's total revenue? (Kr.) Fees and charges, revenues from sales of electricity and heat, the sale of recyclable materials etc. Incl. All state energy and environmental taxes, for example. waste heat tax, additional CO2 tax and sulfur tax.

- What was the plant's total costs? (Kr.) Total operating, maintenance, administration, insurance, etc., related to the incinerator, including sorting, handling of slag and røggashåndtering. Where the administration several duties to include a share corresponding to the incineration plant load of administration. Costs for div. governmental energy and environmental taxes, for example. waste heat tax, additional CO2 tax and sulfur tax is calculated separately.

- Are there some of the operating costs, which I consider to be extraordinary just this year, and it is therefore reasonable to deduct? (Kr.)

- If yes, please explain why:

- What was the plant's depreciation? (Kr.) Danish Financial Statements Act principles of depreciation is used. This means that the depreciation base is equal to the acquisition price (construction costs) and depreciation periods are equal asset life. (See depreciation rules below.)

- What was the plant's financial costs? (Kr.) Primarily interest on debt and savings - just enter "-" if the financial cost is positive.

- What was the plant's provisions for the year? (Kr.)

- Where acts provisions in the income statement?

- What was the plant's book value? (Kr.)

- Enter the depreciation period for ovens (insert number of years.)

- Enter the depreciation of buildings (indicate number of years.)

6th Other matters



- Are there any differences in your incinerators and other combustion plants, which are important for efficiency and has not already been identified in the questions above?

- Comments on this questionnaire or survey as a whole:

2.2 Other fixed
first Plant
General information



- To be completed for (years)

- Incineration Facility Name

- CVR number

- Facility P-number / P numbers

- Contact person regarding. this questionnaire

- Tel. no. to contact

Ownership



- Specify the ownership of the incinerator (Municipal owned; Joint Municipal owned (I / S); Owned by cooperatives owned district heating plant (AMBA); Utility-owned (A / S), owned jointly by two or more)

- If other, please corporate form:

Second Waste
Waste Quantity



- How much waste was weighed?

- How much net of which came from the landfill?

- How much waste was burned?

- How many% of the loads takes you out to the roadside inspection of the waste?

Waste calorific value



- What was the average (calculated) calorific value of the incinerated waste (GJ / ton)

Fifth Prices and economy
Rates



- What was the average price in DKK per ton? (The average rate is calculated as the total income that the facility receives payment in the form of fees / tariffs for waste divided by the burned amount of waste. Excl. Energy and CO2afgifter.)

2.3 Landfills
first Plant
General information



- To be completed for (years)

- Landfill name

- CVR number

- Facility P-number / P numbers

- Contact person regarding. this questionnaire

- Tel. no. to contact

Ownership and plants



- How is the ownership of the landfill (Municipal owned; Joint Municipal owned (I / S); Publicly owned A / S)?

- If other, please corporate form:

- How many physically separate systems are involved?

Other operating areas



- What types of sideline activities are operated in connection with the landfill? (Tick) (No; Collection; Container / recycling; sorting for recycling, composting, Other)

- If other please specify:

Area and volume (at multiple sites, the total area)



- What is the capacity that has been, or put into service before 31/12 2012? Enter unit tonnes or m3

- What is the average allowable fill height?

- What is the capacity which is expected to put into service between 31/12 2012 and 31/12 2020?


Established



- What year was the system established?

Second Waste
Waste Quantity



- How much waste was weighed (tons)?

- How much of it weighed waste was recycled (tons)?

- How much of it weighed waste was deposited between (tons)?

- How much waste was finally deposited? Enter the number of tons of waste each class (Inert; Mineral; Mixed; Hazardous) and the number of tons of contaminated soil and seabed sediments.

Third Environment
Environmental measures



- Is the facility environmentally certified?

- If yes, please specify certification

- How many groundwater samples taken and sent to survey a year all in all?

- How to handle leachate at the landfill (choose the one that works best for the different waste classes)? (Mixed; Inert; Mineral; Dangerous).

Fourth Energy production
Gas



- Enter the amount collected gas (m3)

- Useful Failure gas for energy production?

- Is the landfill itself for the operation of gas production? (Choose no if eg. A contractor is responsible for it)

Fifth Prices and economy
Rates



- What is the charge for each waste class (weighted average for each waste class)? (Mixed; Inert; Mineral; Hazardous) and for Contaminated soil and seabed sediment)

- Facility economy (to be divided in Mixed and other waste)

- What were the total revenue related to landfill activity? (Kr) Incl. internal settlement.

- What were the total operating costs related to landfill activity? (Kr)

- Are there some of the operating costs, which I consider to be extraordinary just this year, and it is therefore reasonable to deduct? (Kr) (Total operating, maintenance, administration, insurance, etc., related to the landfill. Where the administration several duties to include a share corresponding to the landfill burden of administration. Excl. Depreciation, interest and finance charges.)

- What was the operating costs of perkolathåndtering and gas management? (Kr) The amount is also included in 5.2.2. Excl. depreciation.

- What was the plant's depreciation? (Kr) Depreciation shall include all relevant investments in the landfill, see list below. Statements Act principles of depreciation is used. This means that the depreciation base is equal to the acquisition price (construction costs) and depreciation periods are equal unionists life.

- What was the plant's financial costs? (Kr) Primarily interest on debt and savings - just enter "-" if the financial cost is positive.

- What was the plant's provisions for the year? (Kr)

- What was the cost of collateral? (Kr)

- Where acts provisions in the income statement?

- What was the plant's book value? (Kr)

6th Other matters
Opening



- How many hours a week have the landfill open for receipt of landfill waste suitable? On several physically separate facilities fill in for each installation.

- Is there a possibility that there may be waste in outside business hours (eg. Using. Card etc)? (Yes or no)

Possibly. other matters
Are there any differences in your landfills and other disposal sites which are important for efficiency and has not already been identified in the questions in this questionnaire?



Appendix 4

Features and percentage limits that make waste hazardous
waste is considered hazardous if it exhibits one or more of the following characteristics (Table 1) in a% limit, as specified in Table 2. If the waste contains a mixture in which included one or more chemical substances that meet the properties, the assessment must take into account the total content of these elements, as listed below.
Table 1: Properties







H1


Explosive: substances and preparations which may explode under the effect of flame or which are more sensitive to shock or friction than dinitrobenzene



H2


Oxidizing: substances and preparations which in contact with other substances, particularly flammable substances, highly exothermic reactions




H 3 A


Combustible:





-


liquid substances and preparations having a flash point below 21 ° C (including extremely flammable liquids)





-


substances and preparations which, in contact with air at ambient temperature without any input of energy may become hot and finally catch fire





-


solid substances and preparations which can be easily ignited by brief contact with a source of ignition and after removal continues to burn or glow





-


gaseous substances and preparations which are flammable in air at normal pressure





-


substances and preparations which, in contact with water or damp air, evolve highly flammable gases in dangerous quantities



H 3 B


Flammable: liquid substances and preparations having a flash point of at least 21 ° C and maximum 55 ° C



H4


Irritant: non-corrosive substances and preparations which, through immediate, prolonged or repeated contact with skin or mucous membrane, can cause inflammation



H5


Harmful: substances and preparations which are inhaled or ingested or if they penetrate the skin, may involve limited health risks



H6


Toxic: substances and preparations (including very toxic substances and preparations) which are inhaled or ingested or if they penetrate the skin, may involve serious, acute or chronic health risks and even death



H7


Carcinogenic: substances and preparations which are inhaled or ingested or if they penetrate the skin, may induce cancer or increase its incidence



H8


Corrosive: substances and preparations which on contact with living tissues, destroy this



H9


Infectious': substances and preparations containing viable micro-organisms or their toxins which are known or believed to cause disease in man or other living organisms



H10


Toxic for reproduction: substances and preparations which are inhaled or ingested or if they penetrate the skin, may induce non-hereditary congenital malformations or increase their incidence



H11


Mutagenic: substances and preparations which are inhaled or ingested or if they penetrate the skin, may induce hereditary genetic defects or increase their incidence



H12



Waste, when in contact with water, air or acid releases toxic or very toxic gases



H13


* Allergenic: substances and preparations are inhaled or if they penetrate the skin, may induce an allergic reaction, such that on further exposure to the substance or preparation, characteristic adverse



H14


Ecotoxic ': waste which presents or may present immediate or delayed risks for one or more sectors of the environment



H15


waste after disposal of yielding another substance, eg. leachate, with one of the characteristics listed above







* As far as testing methods are









Assessment for the properties 1 to 14 must be based on criteria set out in Executive Order on classification, packaging, labeling, sale and storage of chemical substances and products, or by the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1272/2008 of 16. december 2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures
Percentage limits that make waste hazardous.
To assess whether waste containing a mixture of one or more chemical substances that are hazardous, must be taken into account all the characteristics (1 to 15), as mentioned above.
Waste is in any case, dangerous in:



- Waste has a flash point less than or equal to 55 ° and / or if:

- The sum of the incoming or chemical substances that exhibit the characteristics listed above, are present in a concentration that is equal to or greater than the following weight limits (percentage by weight):









Table 2: Property


%



Very toxic (R26, R27, R28, R39) 1)



0.1



Toxic (R23, R24, R25) 1)



3



Toxic (R48, R39) 1)



1



Harmful (R20, R21, R22) 1)



25



Harmful (R48) 1)



10



Corrosive (R35) 1)



1



Corrosive (R34) 1)



5



Irritant (R36, R37, R38) 1)



20



Irritant (R41) 1)



10



Sensitizing (R42, R43) 1)



12)




Carcinogenic category 1 or 2 (R45, R49) 1)



0.12)




Carcinogen, category 3 (R40) 1)




12)




Mutagenic category 1 or 2 (R46) 1)



0.12)




Mutagenic category 3 (R68) 1)



12)




Toxic to reproduction, category 1 or 2 (R60, R61) 1)



0.52)




Toxic to reproduction, category 3 (R62, R63) 1)



52)




Dangerous for the environment, water environment (R50, R51, R52, R53) and other ecosystems (R54, R55, R56, R57, R58, R59) 1)



not set



infectious


not set



other


not set








1)



Please refer to the executive order on classification, packaging, labeling, sale and storage of chemical substances and products, and to Annex VI, Table 3.2. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1272/2008 of 16 December 2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures




2)



The concentration limit apply to each chemical substance with the capacity







Appendix 5

Transmission of data on waste, see. Chapter 13 Section 1

Reporting Role - Type of data reporting and year reported for
1. Export-reporting
second Import-reporting
third Collects reporting
fourth Gatherer and recipient reporting
fifth Recipient reporting
Information is also provided which year reported for.
Section 2
Basic data about the company reported for
The notification shall select a, b, c or d.



a) For public or private company with P number reported:

First CVR,
second p- no.,
third : company name,
fourth address
fifth ZIP code,
6th city ​​and
7th municipal code
The information stated in no. 3-7 filled automatically by entering the company's P-number.



b) For public or private business without p- no. reported:

First Possibly. Reg.
Second : company name,
third address
fourth ZIP code,
fifth by
6th possibly. cadastral number
7th municipal code



c) For municipalities that do not classify waste to the CVR, p -nr., address or title number:

First Municipality code
point c should be selected for reporting waste, where the waste producer is unknown (ownerless waste).



d) For the import and export of waste reported:

First country code
second possibly. report number
third name of the foreign company,
fourth address
fourth ZIP
fifth by
Section 3
Information on waste
For all of Section 2 specified types of data transmission, reported the following. Information on waste:
first Quantity in tonnes and an indication of whether the weight is obtained by



a) Measurement

b) Calculation or

c) Estimated

d) Possibly. specifying analysis or calculation

Second EWC code (code from the European Waste Catalogue)



a) level 1

b) Level 2

c) Level 3

Third Reporting Type
It must first be informed of the report relates household or commercial waste. Then disclosed waste fraction.








Report Type 'household'





Reporting Type "profession"




Refuse


Refuse Looked like waste



Organic waste


Organic waste



Waste suitable


Waste suitable



Landfill Fewer


Landfill Fewer



Paper incl. newspapers


Paper incl. newspapers



Pap


Pap



glass


glass



plastic


plastic



Packaging paper


Packaging paper



Packaging cardboard


Packaging cardboard



Packaging glass


Packaging glass



Packaging metal


Packaging metal



Packaging plastic


Packaging plastic



Packaging wood


Packaging wood







PVC


PVC



wood


wood



Impregnated wood


Impregnated wood



Garden waste


Garden waste



Refrigerators with freon


Refrigerators with freon



Iron and metal


Iron and metal



Uncontaminated jord1)



Uncontaminated jord1)




Contaminated jord2)



Contaminated jord2)




batteries


batteries



Electronics


Electronics



Building waste



Building waste



Sten


Sten



Hazardous waste 3)



Slam <10% TS (liquid)



Bulky


Sludge 10-30% TS (soft)



gypsum


Slam> 30% TS (fixed)



Other waste


Hazardous waste 3)






gypsum





Other









1)



Uncontaminated soil: Category 1X: Soils may be moved without notifiable not analyzed and not added pollution. Category 1: Soils are categorized into categories 1, see. Annex 3, Table 3, in earthmoving Order.




2)



Category 2: Land categorized in category 2, see. Annex 3, Table 3, in earth moving announcement and contaminated soils in general, but not hazardous waste.




3)



Blue. land classified as hazardous waste.








Fourth Waste Activity
There Indication of the waste activity waste is delivered to or received in order.



a) recycling (including pretreatment)

b) combustion (including pretreatment)

c) deposit (including pretreatment)

d) special treatment (including pretreatment)

e) removal from plants (*)

f) imported

g) exported

h) exempt combustion

i) exempt landfill

j) temporary storage

In addition, the reporter by recycling, incineration, landfilling, special treatment or export where the waste is brought out of the waste stream, check that it is necessary to end the treatment.
Finally, specify whether the treatment is recovery or disposal. Where the report include collection or pretreatment indicated respectively recovery or disposal depending on whether the collection or pretreatment is for recovery or disposal.

(*) Waste activities cover companies that collect waste and send the waste to other collectors or reception facility which does not process, including pre-treat the waste.
Reports on import and export
Imports and exports should be in addition to the points 1-4 reported:
first Basel Code and the OECD Code and
second More EWC codes for transport import / export of waste which includes several EWC codes.



6A

Forms and methods of disposal as provided. § 3, no. 13







D 1


Deposit into or onto land (eg. Landfill)



D 2


Land treatment (eg. Biodegradation of liquid or sludge in the soil)



D 3



Deep injection formations (f. Ex. Injection of pumpable discards into wells, salt domes or naturally occurring repositories)



D 4


Surface impoundment (f. Ex. The discharge of liquid or sludge discards into pits, ponds or lagoons)



D 5


Tipping Specially engineered landfill (f. Ex. Placement in lined discrete cells which are separated each other and isolated from the surrounding environment)



D 6


Release into a water body except seas sea



D 7


Dumping in the sea bed insertion



D 8


Biological treatment not specified elsewhere in this Annex which results in final compounds or mixtures which are discarded by one of the D 1 to D 12 operations



D 9


Physico-chemical treatment not specified elsewhere in this Annex which results in final compounds or mixtures which are discarded by one of the D 1 to D 12 operations (eg. Evaporation, drying, calcination)



D 10


Incineration on land



D 11


Incineration at sea *




D 12


Permanent storage (f. Ex. Location of containers in a mine)



D 13


Mixing prior to one of the D 1 to D 12 operations **




D 14


Repackaging prior to one of the D 1 to D 13 referred operations



D 15


Storage pending any of the D 1 to D 14 operations (excluding temporary storage, pending collection, on the site where the waste is produced) ***








*



This operation is prohibited by EU legislation and international conventions.




**



If there is no other D code appropriate, this can include preliminary operations prior to disposal including pre-processing such as sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletising, drying, shredding, conditioning or separating prior to any of operations D1 to D12




***



Temporary storage means preliminary storage according to Article 3 no. 10).







Annex 6B

Forms and methods of recovery, see. § 3, no. 38







R 1



Use principally as a fuel or other means to generate energy *




R 2


Recovery or regeneration of solvents



R 3


Recycling or reclamation of organic substances not used as solvents (including composting and other biological transformation processes) **




R 4


Recycling or reclamation of metals and metal compounds



R 5


Recycling or reclamation of other inorganic materials ***




R 6


Regeneration of acids or bases



R 7


Recovery of components that have been used for pollution abatement



R 8


Recovery of components from catalysts



R 9


The regeneration and other reuse of oil



R 10


Spreading on land resulting in benefit to agriculture or environment



R 11


Use of wastes obtained from any of the operations R 1 to R 10



R 12


Exchange of waste in order to allow it to any of the operations R 1
R 11 ****




R 13


Storage of waste pending any of the R 1 to R 12 operations (excluding temporary storage, pending collection, on the site where the waste is produced) *****








*


This includes incineration of municipal solid waste only where their energy efficiency is equal to:





-


0.60 for installations in operation and which is permitted in accordance with applicable Community legislation before 1 January 2009





-


0.65 for installations that have been granted permission after 31 December 2008, using the following formula: Energy efficiency = (Ep - (Ef + Ei)) / (0.97 x (Ew + Ef)) where: || |




-


Ep means annual energy produced as heat or electricity. It is calculated with energy in the form of electricity being multiplied by 2.6 and heat produced for commercial use multiplied by 1.1 (GJ / year)





-


Ef means annual energy input to the system from fuels contributing to the production of steam (GJ / year)





-



Ew is the energy on an annual basis is contained in the treated waste calculated using the waste net calorific value (GJ / year)





-


Ei means annual energy imported excluding Ew and Ef (GJ / year)





-


0.97 is a factor accounting for energy losses due to bottom ash and radiation. This formula is used in accordance with the reference document on Best Available Techniques for waste incineration




**



This includes gasification and pyrolisis using the components as chemicals




***



This includes soil cleaning resulting in recovery of the soil and recycling of inorganic construction materials.




****



If there is no other R code appropriate, this can include preliminary operations prior to recovery including pre-processing such as dismantling, sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletising, drying, shredding, conditioning, repackaging, separating, blending or mixing prior to any of operations R1 to R11




*****



Temporary storage means preliminary storage according to Article 3, no. 10, the European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98 / EC of 19 November 2008 on waste.







Appendix 7

Exemption for waste fees - industry codes, see. § 62 paragraph. 1







DB07


DB07 title



01.70.00


Hunting, trapping and related service activities



03.11.00


Sea fishing



12.03.00


Freshwater fishing



03.21.00


Aquaculture



03.22.00


Freshwater



35.11.00


Production of electricity



35.12.00


Transmission of electricity



35.13.00


Distribution of electricity



35.14.00


Trade of electricity



47.79.00


Retail sale of second-hand goods in stores



47.91.10



Retail sale via mail order houses



47.99.00


Other retail sale not in stores, stalls or markets



49.32.00


Taxi



53.20.00


Other postal and courier services



55.20.00


Holiday and other short-stay



55.90.00


Other accommodation



58.12.00


Publishing of directories and mailing lists



58.19.00


Other publishing



58.21.00


Publishing of computer



58.29.00


Other software publishing



59.20.00


Sound recording and music publishing



62.01.00


Computer Programming



62.02.00


Consultancy



62.03.00


Computer facilities management



62.09.00


Other information technology service



63.11.00


Data processing, hosting and related activities



63.12.00


Web portals



64.20.10


Financial holding companies



64.20.20


Holding companies



64.20.30


Other holding companies



64.30.10


Investment funds



64.30.20


Money market funds



64.30.30


investment



64.91.00


Financial leasing



64.92.20


Other credit institutions




64.92.30


Other credit companies



64.92.40


FVC companies



64.99.00


Other financial service activities, except insurance and pension funding nec



68.20.20


Private housing societies



68.20.30


Other rentals



68.20.40


Rental of commercial properties



68.31.20


Accommodation section, vacation, etc.



68.32.20


Owner Associations



70.10.10


Non-financial head seater business



70.10.20


Financial seater main business



74.10.10


Industrial design and product design



74.10.20


Communication Design and Graphic Design



74.30.00


Translation and interpretation



77.40.00


Leasing of intellectual property and similar products, except copyrighted works



78.10.00


Employment Agencies



79.90.00


Other reservation service and related



82.11.00


Combined office administrative service



82.19.00


Photocopying, document preparation and other specialized office support



84.30.00


Compulsory social security, etc.



85.51.00


Education in the sports and leisure



85.52.00


Cultural education



85.53.00


Driving Schools



85.59.00


Other education nec



86.90.10



Health care, home nursing and midwifery etc.



86.90.30


Psychological counseling



86.90.90


Other human health activities nec



87.90.20


foster



88.10.10


home



88.99.10


Associations, endowments and foundations with disease-fighting, social and charitable purposes



90.01.10


Theatres and concert



90.01.20


Independently performing arts



90.02.00


Support activities to performing arts



90.03.00


Artistic creation



92.00.00


Gambling and betting activities



93.19.00


Other sports



93.29.90


Other amusement and recreation activities



94.11.00


Business and employers organizations



94.12.00


Professional associations



94.91.00


Religious organizations



94.92.00


Political parties



94.99.00


Other organizations nec



96.09.00


Other personal service activities nec



97.00.00


Households with employed persons











Appendix 8

Exemption for waste fees - business forms. Cf. § 62 paragraph. 2








Pt. 1






40


K / S


Limited partnership



50


PAR


Part Rederi




70


KAS


Kommanditaktieselskab / Partner Company



80


APS


anpartsselskab



90


FON


Fund



100


EFO


Traders fund



110


FOR


association



115


FFO


Voluntary association



130


ANS


Cooperative (association)



140


ABA


Cooperative (association) limited liability



150


FBA


Association or limited liability company



170


FAS


Branch of foreign public limited company, limited partnership with



180


FAP


Branch of foreign limited liability company or corporation



195


SCE


SCE



196


FSC


Branch of foreign SCE



200


FUV


Branch of another foreign company form



210


UDL


Other foreign company



220


FEØ


Permanent establishment of European Economic Interest Grouping



230


STA


State administrative entity



245


REG


Region




250


COM


Primary Municipality



260


BUT


Menighedsråd



270


EUO


Unit being established in DCCA



290


E / S


SE









Pt. 2.






20


DEATH


estate



160


EEC


European Economic Interest Grouping



190


FBA


Branch of foreign company with limited liability







Appendix 9

Standard Regulations for household
§ 1 Purpose
The purpose of this regulation is to establish regulations for the management of household waste from all citizens and landowners in [..] Municipality in order to prevent pollution, unsanitary conditions for environmental and people and limit the use of resources by promoting recycling.
It further aims to lay down rules on the municipal affaldsordningers scope and organization, etc., see. Environmental Protection Act § 45 paragraph. 4, in order to establish and create the framework for functioning municipal schemes, including calibrating the practical arrangements for the conduct of waste collection and management.
§ 2 Statutory basis
regulations were prepared in accordance with current environmental legislation, in particular:
Law on Environmental Protection (Environmental Protection Act).
The Waste (waste).
Order on management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE Order).
Order on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators (Battery Order).
Order on certain requirements for packaging (Verpackungsverordnung).
§ 3 Definitions
The definitions used in this Regulation shall conform to the definitions set out in the then-current waste ordinance.










(Voluntary filling)






Free text:






The municipal council indicates when needed, what is meant by example. use center, a summer mm municipal council has a duty to apply the waste Order and the Environmental Protection Act used definitions and the definitions in force in other legislation.








§ 4 Fees
municipal council determines charges under the Environmental Protection Act § 48 and waste the Order Chapter 11
municipal council adopts annually a charge sheet that indicates the size of the above fees. Fee The magazine is available in the [...] website of the municipality, see. The waste regulation.
§ 5 Complaints etc.

Local council decisions can not be appealed to any other administrative authority, cf.. Waste Order § 101.
After § 47 paragraph. 1, see. § 48 paragraph. 1 of the Local Government Act may question whether the municipality comply with the law specifically applicable to public authorities, including municipal regulations issued under this law, be brought before the state administration in the region in which the municipality is located. State Administration decides whether there are sufficient grounds to raise a certain supervisory, see. § 48 of the Local Government Act.
§ 6 transgression and punishment
Violation of the regulations is punishable by fine, see. Waste Order § 102 paragraph. 1 pt. 2
After waste Order § 102 paragraph. 2, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or by gross negligence and if the violation is:



1) harm to the environment or the risk thereof, or

2) achieved or intended financial gain for himself or others, including savings.

§ 7 Authorisation










(Required)






Optional text:






The local council has authorized [committee name] to take decisions under this Regulation.






The municipal council also authorized the management to take decisions under this Regulation.






The local council has authorized management to take decisions under this Regulation.






Free text:






The municipal council shall here describe the powers given to the selection and management.








§ 8 Commencement
regulations shall enter into force on [...].
Simultaneously with the entry into force of this Regulation will repeal the following:










(Required)






Free text:



[Past regulations in force in the municipality]








As adopted by the municipal council on [dd.mm.yyyy].
[... Eg. Mayor] [... eg. Mayor]
§ 9 Organisation for refuse
§ 9.1 What is domestic waste
Domestic waste is waste, which is defined as municipal waste see. § 3, no. 14 of the waste regulation.










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council can here might want to elaborate with examples of what is meant by domestic waste.








§ 9.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality where the citizen produces household waste.







The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces domestic waste, including domestic waste from any associated activities.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces household waste.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces household waste.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces household waste.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:






Free text: (volunteer of fill)






The local council can choose possibly to formulate rules on exceptions to the obligation, for example. if there is no domestic waste on vacant lots and / or unused properties.








§ 9.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system






Optional text:






The citizen and landowner can compost the vegetable fraction of domestic waste on the land which the household is located, see. Waste Order § 25 paragraph. 4.








§ 9.4 Containers
It is the citizen and landowner to acquire / receive and use by the municipal council designated containers for refuse collection.










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






Containers supplied by and owned by [...] Municipality.






Receptacles provided by, belong to and maintained by [...] Municipality.






Containers supplied by [...] Municipality and paid by the landowner.






The citizen and landowner acquires even containers as instructed by the local council.






The citizen and landowner acquires and maintains even containers as instructed by the local council.






The council shall maintain and replace containers.






There can with the local council any agreement on the private purchase of containers.







Containers lost or damaged by causes other than ordinary wear and tear, including fire, vandalism or abuse, replaced by the citizen and landowner.






It is also the citizen and landowner to comply with the provisions that the municipal council to secure containers.






The local authority may, where local conditions make this necessary, impose additional requirements for vessels.






Free text:






Any other or additional requirements, including a requirement that more households can share containers.








§ 9.5 Capacity for containers










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The municipal council determines whether a container is crowded.






If found repeatedly overfilling, the local council - after prior written notice - enroll additional devices so that prevents overfilling.






If found repeatedly overfilling, the local council - after prior written notice - change the container size, so that prevents overfilling.






Free text:






The local council may choose to elaborate on the circumstances surrounding the container type and number of containers extraordinary capacity needs, specificities of waste shafts mm








§ 9.6 Placing containers










(Required)






Free text:






The local council can possibly describe requirements for holding, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 9.7 Application and filling containers










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






Receptacles, including trash bags, should not be filled more than up to the marked level line.






Containers should not be filled more than that the lid can be closed and the waste is not clamped in the container.






Soot, ash and slag must be completely cooled and packaged before being placed in the container.







Sharp, cutting, tearing or pointed objects and dusty, wet and unhygienic waste must be properly packed before placing in the container, so that neither can be damage to persons or waste bag / container.






Free text:






Any additional requirements.








§ 9.8 The cleanliness of containers










(Required)



Free text:



The local council can possibly describe requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 9.9 Collection of household waste










(Required)



Free text:



The local council, for example. specify the emptying frequency, method of any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 09.10 Registration / deregistration
And cancellation is made to the local council.










(Volunteer of fill)



Free text:



Any provisions for registration and deregistration, for example. whether it should be done by turn of the month, with a deadline of 14 days, today, who is responsible for registration and cancellation mm








§ 10 Organisation of waste paper
§ 10.1 What is paper waste










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council shall here describe what is meant by waste paper.








§ 10.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 10.3 Description of the scheme











(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 10.4 Containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 10.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any capacity requirements for containers, number of tanks, overfill, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 10.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for the location of the container, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 10.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use and the filling of the containers.








§ 10.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 10.9 Collection of waste paper










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 10.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. bulky waste schemes or to the extent that paper waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.









§ 11 Organisation of cardboard waste
§ 11.1 What cardboard waste










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council shall here describe what is meant by the waste of other paper and paperboard.








§ 11.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 11.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 11.4 Containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 11.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 11.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for the location of the container, including the installation site, access roads etc.









§ 11.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use and the filling of the containers.








§ 11.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 11.9 Collection of cardboard waste










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 11.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. for bulky waste schemes or that the extent of waste of other paper and cardboard are not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








§ 12 Organisation of glass packaging waste
§ 12.1 What is glass packaging waste
Glass Packaging waste is packaging waste of glass covered by the definition of packaging waste in packaging Order.










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The local council may here elaborate with examples of what is meant by glass packaging waste.








§ 12.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.







The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 12.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 12.4 Containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 12.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 12.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for holding, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 12.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use and the filling of the containers.








§ 12.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 12.9 Collection of glass packaging waste










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 12.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of fill)







Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. for bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that glass packaging waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








§ 13 Organisation of recyclable metal packaging waste
§ 13.1 What is recyclable metal packaging waste
Metal Packaging waste is packaging waste of metal covered by the definition of packaging in the Packaging Regulation.










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The local council may here elaborate with examples of what is meant by metal packaging waste.








§ 13.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 13.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 13.4 Containers










(Completion voluntary)



Free text:



The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 13.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm









§ 13.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for holding, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 13.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use and the filling of the containers.








§ 13.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 13.9 Collection of recyclable metal packaging waste










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 13.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. for bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that metal packaging waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








§ 14 Organisation of recyclable plastic packaging waste
§ 14.1 What recyclable plastic packaging waste
Plastic Packaging waste is packaging waste plastic, covered by the definition of packaging in the Packaging Regulation.










(Voluntary filling)






Free text:






The local council may here elaborate with examples of what is meant by waste plastic packaging.






As examples should be listed plastic bottles and containers.








§ 14.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.







The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 14.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 14.4 Containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 14.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 14.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for holding, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 14.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use and the filling of the containers.








§ 14.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 14.9 Collection of recyclable plastic packaging waste











(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 14.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of filling):






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. for bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that plastic packaging waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








§ 15 scheme for recycling [-a or s]
municipal council has established access to recycling [s] to the receipt of waste.
§ 15.1 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






Genbrugsplads [one or s] are reserved for citizens and landowners in [...] Municipality.






Genbrugsplads [one or s] are reserved for citizens and landowners in [...].






Free text:






Description of the additional or other requirements - for example. if agreement is reached on the use of recycling centers with other municipalities.








§ 15.2 Access to recycling [-a or s]










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






Prior to the use of recycling [-a or s] to be citizen or land owner if the local council requests it, demonstrate that this is a resident of [...] Municipality, which for example can be done by presentation of health insurance card or the like.






Free text:






Any other regulations regarding access.








§ 15.3 Sorting on recycling [-a or s]










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






At the recycling center [-a or s} can citizen and landowner deliver all kinds of sorted waste from the citizen and landowner.







Exceptions are, however, refuse collection.






Separation of waste by waste fractions and placed in the designated containers / stalls on recycling [-a or s]. Advice from room staff must be followed.






Free text:






Any deepening of limitation in what is received at the recycling.








In packaging waste delivered to recycling [-a or s] must be used clear plastic bags so that the contents clearly visible to staff at the recycling center [-a or s] specified. Waste Order § 32 paragraph. 2.
internal rules for recycling [-a or s] must be followed.
§ 16 Organisation of PVC waste
§ 16.1 What is PVC waste










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council shall here describe what is meant by PVC waste






There should give examples of recyclable and non-recyclable PVC waste.








§ 16.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 16.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 16.4 Other schemes










(Volunteer of filling):






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. bulky waste schemes or to the extent that PVC waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.









§ 17 Organisation of impregnated wood
§ 17.1 What is impregnated wood










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council shall here describe what is meant by treated wood.








§ 17.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 17.3 Description of the scheme
Impregnated wood will be separated for treatment.










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 17.4 Other schemes










(Volunteer of filling):






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. bulky waste schemes or to the extent that treated wood is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








§ 18 regulations for hazardous waste
§ 18.1 What is hazardous waste
Hazardous waste is waste that is listed and marked as hazardous waste in the list of waste contained in annex 2, which exhibit characteristics as indicated waste in order, enclosure 4. as hazardous waste is considered to wast exhibit properties that are specified in the notice waste Annex 4.










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council can here might want to elaborate with examples of what constitutes hazardous waste.








§ 18.2 To whom does the system of











(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 18.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






Hazardous waste must be handled environmentally sound and should not be discharged into the sewer






Free text:








§ 18.4 Containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 18.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 18.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for holding, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 18.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)







Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use and the filling of the containers.








§ 18.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 18.9 Collection of hazardous waste










(Voluntary filling)






Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 18.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. bulky waste schemes or to the extent that hazardous waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








§ 19 scheme for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)
§ 19.1 What is WEEE
WEEE waste electrical and electronic equipment, as defined in the WEEE Order, see. § 3, no. 1.










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council can here might want to elaborate with examples of what is meant by WEEE.








§ 19.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:









§ 19.3 Description of the scheme
WEEE must be separated for recycling and disposal at the local scheme.










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






WEEE must be separated into the following fractions:



1. Large household appliances



2. Refrigeration equipment



3. Small appliances



4. Screens & monitors



5. Light sources






Free text:








§ 19.4 Containers










(Optional filling).






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 19.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 19.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for the location of the container, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 19.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use and the filling of the containers.








§ 19.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 19.9 Collection of WEEE











(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 19.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of filling):






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. bulky waste schemes or to the extent that such waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








Anyone can deliver WEEE to dealers who market such equipment, and offering to receive the waste.
§ 20 Organisation of portable batteries and accumulators
§ 20.1 What is portable batteries and accumulators
Portable batteries and accumulators are any battery, button cell battery or battery pack or accumulator that is sealed, can be hand-held, and not an industrial battery or industriakkumulator or an automotive battery or accumulator, see. battery Order § 3, no. 6










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






The local council can here might want to elaborate with examples of what is meant by batteries and accumulators.








§ 20.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text :.








§ 20.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The municipal council shall here ensure that the system meets the requirements of Battery Order.







Bag System:



Waste portable batteries and accumulators placed by the citizen and landowner in bags on top of the lid of the citizen and landowner container for refuse collection.






Box Scheme:



Waste portable batteries and accumulators placed by the citizen and landowner in the purpose-handed box for hazardous waste.






Battery Container System:



Waste portable batteries and accumulators generated by citizen and landowner for the purpose particularly set receptacles and / or cubes.






Miljøbilordning:



Waste portable batteries and accumulators must of citizen and landowner environmental car.






Free text:








§ 20.4 Containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 20.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 20.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for holding, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 20.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use of the containers.








§ 20.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 20.9 Collection of portable batteries and accumulators










(Completion voluntary)







Free text:






The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 20.10 Other schemes










(Volunteer of filling):






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. bulky waste schemes or to the extent that portable batteries and accumulators are not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.








§ 21 Organisation of construction and demolition waste
§ 21.1 What is construction and demolition waste
Construction waste is waste described by EWC code 17 in Annex 2 to the waste regulation.










(Volunteer of fill)






The municipal council further describes what is meant by construction and demolition waste.






Free text:








§ 21.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text








§ 21.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.






The municipal council describes specific requirements for packaging and storage








§ 22 Organisation of [...]
§ 22.1 What is [....]










(Required)






Free text:






The local council can here provide for other arrangements than the as described in the preceding paragraphs.






The municipal council describes what is meant by the relevant waste fraction.








§ 22.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality.






The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality.







The scheme applies to all blocks of flats mm in the municipality.






The scheme applies to homes, allotment houses etc. in the municipality.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality that is connected all year renovation.






The scheme applies to properties in [...] Municipality connected home renovation.






Free text:








§ 22.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system.








§ 22.4 Containers










(Optional to fill).






Free text:






The municipal council describes container type, including specific requirements to do so, any claims to who acquires container, maintenance, etc.








§ 22.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for container type and number of containers, overloading, extraordinary capacity requirements mm








§ 22.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for holding, including the installation site, access roads etc.








§ 22.7 Application and filling containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements about the use of the containers.








§ 22.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The municipal describe any requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 22.9 Collection of [..]










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:







The municipal describe any relationship around the emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 23 Other schemes










(Volunteer of filling):






Free text:






The local council may describe other schemes such. bulky waste schemes or to the extent that the waste is not handled by the said scheme (s) must be recycling used.










Annex 10

Standard regulations for industrial
§ 1 Purpose etc.
The purpose of this regulation is to establish rules for the management of waste from businesses in [...] Municipality in order to prevent pollution, unsanitary conditions for people and the environment as well restrict the use of resources by promoting recycling.
It further aims to lay down rules on the municipal affaldsordningers scope and organization, etc., see. Environmental Protection Act § 45 paragraph. 4, in order to establish and create the framework for functioning municipal schemes, including calibrating the practical arrangements for the conduct of waste collection and management.
The arrangements described in the Regulation does not include source-separated recyclable industrial waste, which is regulated in the Statutory Order on Waste. If an enterprise uses community waste, the provisions of this scheme have to be respected.
§ 2 Statutory basis
regulations were prepared in accordance with current environmental legislation, in particular:
Law on Environmental Protection (Environmental Protection Act).
The Waste (waste).
Order on management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE Order).
Order on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators (Battery Order).
Order on landfills (Landfill Order).
§ 3 Definitions
The definitions used in this Regulation shall conform to the definitions set out in the then-current waste ordinance.










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






Where local council as needed specifies what is meant by example. use center, etc. The local authority has a duty to apply the waste Order and the Environmental Protection Act used definitions and the definitions in force in other legislation.








§ 4 Registration of foreign companies
Foreign companies without a permanent address in Denmark, carrying waste generating activities must register with the local council with a view to collecting garbage fee etc.
§ 5 Fees
municipal council sets fees under the environmental protection Act § 48 and waste the Order Chapter 11
municipal council adopts annually a charge sheet that indicates the size of the above fees. Fee The magazine is available in the [...] website of the municipality, see. The waste regulation.
§ 6 Complaints etc.
Local council decisions under the Ordinance can not be appealed to any other administrative authority referred to. Waste Order § 101.
Warnings of the Regulation under the Environmental Protection Act § 69 paragraph. 1, can not be appealed to any other administrative authority, cf.. Environmental Protection Act § 69 paragraph. 3.
Decisions under the Environmental Protection Act may not, unless otherwise provided by provisions of the law, appealed to the Environmental Appeal Board, see. Environmental Protection Act § 91 paragraph. First

After § 47 paragraph. 1, see. § 48 paragraph. 1 of the Local Government Act may question whether the municipality comply with the law specifically applicable to public authorities, including municipal regulations issued under this law, be brought before the state administration in the region in which the municipality is located. State Administration decides whether there are sufficient grounds to raise a certain supervisory, see. § 48 of the Local Government Act.
§ 7 Violations and penalties
Violation of the regulations is punishable by fine, see. Waste Order § 102 paragraph. 1 pt. 2
After waste Order § 102 paragraph. 2, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or by gross negligence and if the violation is:



1) harm to the environment or the risk thereof, or

2) achieved or intended financial gain for himself or others, including savings.

May be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5, see. Waste Order § 102 paragraph. 3.
§ 8 Authorisation










(Required)






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The local council has authorized [indicating the name of the committee] to take decisions under this Regulation.






The municipal council also authorized [the name of the management] to take decisions under this Regulation.






The local council has authorized [the name of the management] to take decisions under this Regulation.






Free text:






The municipal council shall here describe the mandates given to the Committee and the management








§ 9 Commencement
This Regulation shall enter into force on [...].
Simultaneously with the entry into force of this Regulation will repeal the following:










(Required)






Free text:






[Past regulations in the municipality listed]








As adopted by the municipal council in [...] Municipality on [dd.mm.yyyy].
[... Eg. Mayor] [... eg. Mayor]
§ 10. Organisation of the waste similar to domestic waste
§ 10.1 What is municipal waste, similar commercial
Domestic waste like waste is waste from businesses covered by the definition of waste similar to domestic waste in § 3, no. 15 of the waste regulation .










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The local council can this possibly add examples of waste similar to domestic waste, including for example perishable waste containing animal or odorous waste or waste that provides health problems in the form of smell, flies, vermin or similar ..








§ 10.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text:







Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






The scheme applies to all companies in [...] Municipality.






The scheme applies to businesses in [...] Municipality, which is located in residential property.






Free text:








§ 10.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






Free text:






The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






Companies should not handle waste similar to domestic waste through the company's small waste suitable for incineration.






Companies must manage waste similar to domestic waste through the company's small waste suitable for incineration.






Companies can handle waste similar to domestic waste through the company's small waste suitable for incineration. By mixing the waste must be classified as waste similar to domestic waste. The waste must be transported directly to the combustion and can not run for temporary landfill.






Refuse-like waste not collected separately for recycling or special treatment or small combustible waste shall be collected through the municipal collection scheme for waste similar to domestic waste.






Free text:








§ 10.4 containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






It is for the company to acquire / receive and use by the municipal council prescribed containers for domestic waste






Containers supplied by and owned by [...] Municipality.






Containers provided by, belong to and maintained by [...] Municipality.






Containers supplied by [...] Municipality and paid by the company.






The company acquires even containers as instructed by the local council.






The company acquires and maintains even containers as instructed by the local council.






The council shall maintain and replace containers.






It is for the company to maintain and replace containers.







There can with the local council any agreement on the private purchase of containers.






Containers lost or damaged by causes other than ordinary wear and tear, including fire, vandalism or abuse, replaced by the company. The company is also liable for damage caused to containers where it has not been handled by the refuse collector.






Two or more companies may, at the request of the local council, the parts containers for refuse collection.






It is also undertaking to comply with the provisions municipal council take to ensure containers.






The local authority may, where local conditions make this necessary, additional conditions on vessels.






Free text:








§ 10.5 Capacity for containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






In any developed property must be at least a container for waste similar to domestic waste per. business. The number of containers determined by the local council in each case subject to the following guidelines:






In any developed property must be at least a container for organic waste per. business. The number of containers determined by the local council in each case following principles:






The on site required number of containers determined by the local council. However, there must at least be set a container (equivalent to 100 liters) per. business.






If found repeatedly overfilling, the local council - after prior written notice - enroll additional devices so that prevents overfilling.






Extra containers must be booked by the company with the local council.






Free text:








§ 10.6 Placing containers










(Completion voluntary)






Free text:






The local council may describe the requirement for placing the container, including the installation site, access roads, etc.








§ 10.7 Application and filling containers










(Volunteer of fill)






Free text:






Optional text (It must be possible to put one or more than one):






Containers, including possible. trash bags, should not be filled more than up to the marked level line.







Containers should not be filled more than that the lid can be closed and the waste is not clamped in the container.






Soot, ash and slag must be completely cooled and packaged before being placed in the container.






Sharp, cutting, tearing or pointed objects and dusty, wet and unhygienic waste must be properly packed before placing in the container, so that neither can be damage to persons or the vessel, including any. garbage bag.






Unhygienic waste must be adequately packaged in closed and sealed containers.






Free text:








§ 10.8 cleanliness of containers










(Completion voluntary)






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The local council can possibly describe requirements for cleanliness of the containers.








§ 10.9 Collection of waste similar to domestic waste










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For example. emptying frequency, any shifts in the emptying, changes in voiding frequency mm








§ 10.10 Registration / deregistration










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The local council can here provide for the registration and deregistration, for example. that it must make to the local council that will be addressed by turn of the month, with a deadline of 14 days, today, who is responsible for registration and cancellation etc.








§ 11 scheme for recycling [-a or s]
municipal council has established access to recycling [s] to the receipt of waste.
§ 11.1 To whom does the system of










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Genbrugsplads [-a or s] are reserved for households and companies in [...] Municipality.






Genbrugsplads [-a or s] are reserved for households and companies in [...].






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Description of the additional or other requirements - for example. if agreement is reached on the use of recycling centers with other municipalities.








§ 11.2 Access to recycling [-a or s]










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Prior to the use of recycling [-a or s] the enterprise if the local council requests it, demonstrate that this is located in [...] Municipality, which for example can be done by presentation of documentation from the CVR register or the like.






At the recycling center [-a or s] to the company or a representative of the company deliver all kinds of sorted waste from the company.






Exceptions are, however, refuse-like waste.






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Companies have access to space [-a or s] in vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of maximum 3,500 kg and with a installed on the vehicle trailer, see. Waste Order § 39 paragraph. 2.
11.3 Sorting on recycling [-a or s]










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Separation of waste by waste fractions and placed in the designated containers / stalls on recycling [-a or s]. Advice from room staff must be followed.






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Any deepening of limitation in what is received at the recycling (eg. Land and building waste in small amounts).








In packaging waste delivered to recycling [-a or s] to use clear plastic bags so that the contents clearly visible to staff at the recycling center [-a or s] specified. Waste Order § 39 paragraph. 3.
internal rules for recycling [-a or s] to be followed.
§ 11.4 Weight Limit
Every business must submit a maximum of 200 kg of hazardous waste per year on recycling [-a or s] specified. Waste Order § 39 paragraph. 4. This does not apply to hazardous waste covered by the rules on producer.
The municipal council shall issue a receipt for the received hazardous waste as defined. Waste Order § 39 paragraph. 5.










(Completion voluntary)






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§ 12. Organisation of non-recyclable hazardous waste
§ 12.1 What is non-recyclable hazardous waste
Non-recyclable hazardous waste is waste which is covered by the definition of waste Order § 3, no. 21, and which is non-recyclable, except for explosive waste.










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The local council can here might want to elaborate with examples of what constitutes hazardous waste, including for example:



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Organic halogen-containing compounds



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Organic, halogen-free compounds



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Organic compounds



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Waste oils (which are not covered by the Waste Register)



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Heavy metal waste



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Clinical risk waste



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Asbestos, all types



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PCB containing waste



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Waste from the collection scheme for oil and petrol separators








§ 12.2 To whom does the system of










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Free text to even describe whom the scheme applies.








§ 12.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






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The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.






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Businesses that generate hazardous waste must ensure that hazardous waste is properly packaged.






The packaging must be designed with the following guidelines:



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The packaging must be close and tightly closed so that the contents can not accidentally escape.



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The material that the packaging is made of, shall not be affected by the contents or liable to form harmful or dangerous compounds with this.



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The packaging must be designed so that full or partial discharge in appropriate manner.



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Is there a risk of gassing, use sikkerhedsspuns.






The storage must follow these guidelines:



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Hazardous waste collected packaging should be stored in suitable containers near the bottom without the possibility of run-off into sewers, soil, waterways or groundwater.



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Circulation site must be under cover and arranged so that waste can be collected by rupture of the container that contains the largest amount. Can the storage area not be run directly, the entity before removing even bring the waste to the nearest place on or by the company, which can be run



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Containers must be lifted from the floor, possibly. leaks are detected, and so that waste does not damage other containers. Circulation site must be located on the site so that the collector / carrier can drive directly to the tripod receptacle or container to make reading.






Storage of liquid bulk waste can be done in the following ways:



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The waste can be stored in the tank, the tank must be suitable for the type of waste and so close that spills and evaporation avoided.



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The tank must be designed so that emptying can take place safely and be provided with sikkerhedsspuns if there is a risk of overpressure.



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If used aboveground steel tanks, the (n) be located on a structure above the ground so that the inspection of the bottom can take place. The distance from the tank wall or other structure must be at least 15 cm. The plastic tanks that are approved for direct placement on the substrate to be established on a near surface, which extends at least 10 cm on the outside the tank. Underground tank installations may not be established without the municipal council's authorization.






Can the storage area not be run directly, the entity before removing even bring the waste to the nearest place on or by the company that can be traversed.






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Smaller quantities of hazardous waste (up to 200 kg per. Year) may be delivered to [...]. Smaller amounts are delivered as needed, but at least 1 time per year.
Explosive waste must be handled in an environmentally safe by an approved waste disposal company, see. Waste Order § 54.
The company must ensure that hazardous waste is not diluted or mixed with other categories of hazardous waste or mixed with non-hazardous waste as defined. waste order § 55.
the company must ensure that hazardous waste is properly packaged, see. waste order § 56.
company shall at the request of the local council provide evidence that hazardous waste is properly classified in accordance with Annex 2 and 4 of the waste publication provided. environmental protection Act § 72 paragraph. 1.
§ 13 regulations for clinical waste
§ 13.1 What is the clinical waste










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The municipal council describes what is meant by the relevant waste fraction.






The scheme covers medical waste from all producers of clinical waste in the health sector in [...] Municipality. Healthcare includes hospitals, maternity clinics and treatment centers, nursing homes, home care plans, medical and dental clinics, practicing midwives, pig, etc.








§ 13.2 To whom does the system of










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Free text to even describe whom the scheme applies.








§ 13.3 Description of the scheme










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The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.






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Companies from the healthcare sector can at his own initiative deliver clinical waste at the recycling.






Care risk waste must be delivered as needed to the municipal collection system, but at least 1 time per year.






Care risk waste must be delivered as needed to the municipal collection system. Clinical risk waste collected by agreement with the local council.






Companies from the healthcare sector can deliver healthcare risk waste in pharmacies located in the municipality.






The company must sort clinical waste at the source (production) and collect in suitable containers.






Sorting shall be done according to the following guidelines:



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Infection Leading waste collected at the production site in plastic bags, plastic containers or the like.



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The packaging used must be closed and sealed before the waste leaves the production site.



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Cutting and stabbing objects, for example. needles, placed immediately after the use of transparent, appropriate and unbreakable containers. The container should be dry and should not contain such. disinfection liquid. The packaging used must be closed before the waste leaves the production site.



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Tissue debris, as for an adequate combustion, must be collected separately (see. Definition) and collected in plastic bags, plastic containers or the like. The packaging used must be closed before the waste leaves the production site. Tissue debris to be treated [....].






If in doubt about whether the waste is hazardous clinical waste, the waste is considered hazardous clinical waste and handled in accordance with the guidelines for this.






Here, for example. establishes requirements for refrigeration, labeling and treatment of waste.






The company repacking clinical waste in the final package.






The waste is then passed to a suitable storage place before collection for treatment.






Care risk waste must not be accessible to the public.






Care risk waste must not be crushed or compressed in the packaging, so there is the risk of perforation.







Packagings shall not be filled more than that they can be closed without compression of the waste.






In cases where a package has been soaked or otherwise damaged, the company must ensure that happens repackaging of the clinical risk waste.






Repackaging must be done using a larger container of equal or better quality, so the unsuitable / damaged packaging is not opened, but just packaged in a larger, suitable packaging.






Reusable containers shall be kept clean and hygienic. Using reusable packaging must washability organized so that there is no risk of contamination and unsanitary conditions.






At companies with central collection points (eg. Hospitals) the filled containers are transported to the central collection point on the day they are filled. Tissue debris to be transported to a central repository on the same day as it is produced.






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§ 14 Organisation of non-recyclable PVC waste
§ 14.1 What is non-recyclable PVC waste










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The municipal council describes what is meant by the relevant waste fraction.








§ 14.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text to even describe whom the scheme applies.








§ 14.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






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The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.








§ 15 regulations for combustible waste
§ 15.1 What is suitable for incineration.
Waste suitable waste is waste included in the definition, see. § 3, no. 25 of the waste regulation.










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The local council may here describe examples of waste suitable for incineration, including for example:



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Non-recyclable cardboard and paper, for example, coated paper and cardboard types and soiled cardboard and paper.



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Undefinable plastics and composites of plastics and other materials.



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Combustible fixtures, for example. furniture, carpets and mattresses.








§ 15.2 To whom does the system of











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Free text to even describe whom the scheme applies.








§ 15.3 Description of the scheme










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The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.






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You are allowed to burn garden waste, park waste and garden waste like waste from gardening, landscaping activities, etc., see. Waste Order § 47 paragraph. 1.






Wood treated with creosote to be burned, see. Waste Order § 42 paragraph. 1.






Waste suitable for incineration received as small combustible waste and large combustible waste in the following sizes:



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Small inflammable waste suitable for incineration, where the components have a maximum length of 100 cm and no compact portions are larger than 100 x 50 cm x 50 cm.



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Large combustible waste suitable for incineration, where the components have a maximum length of 300 cm and no compact portions are larger than 300 x 125 x 20 cm and a weight of max. 80 kg.






If a company's waste suitable for incineration in the amount and character do not meet the small or large combustible waste may not be received without prior treatment, the enterprise must own actions cause the waste meets the conditions for waste suitable for incineration.






Alternatively obliges the company to deliver combustible waste to prior therapy including shredding or similar in facilities approved for that purpose.






The municipality authorize large waste suitable for pretreatment of [...].






The municipality can assign error sorted waste for sorting on [...].






The municipality authorize large combustible waste directly to the combustion of [...]






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§ 16 Organisation of landfill waste suitable
§ 16.1 What is landfill waste suitable
Deposit suitable for incineration, waste which falls within the definition in § 3, no. 17 of the waste regulation.










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Here municipal describe examples of landfill waste suitable, including for example:



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Incombustible waste, for example. Eternit and mineral wool.




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Not suitable for incineration, for example. PVC waste.



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Other wastes that can not be / must be recycled or burned, including metal contaminated waste.








§ 16.2 To whom does the system of










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Free text to even describe whom the scheme applies.








§ 16.3 Description of the scheme










(Required)






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The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.






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The following types of waste can not be delivered to the landfill:



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Liquid waste, see. Waste Order § 3, no. 22



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Waste as conditions of landfill, is explosive, oxidising, flammable or corrosive, see. Annex 4 to the waste regulation.



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Clinical risk waste as defined. Annex 4 to the waste regulation.



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Tires with an outside diameter of 1.40 meters.



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Shredded tires



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Waste that has not been subjected to pre-treatment, see. Waste Order § 3, no. 23. The requirement for pre-treatment before landfilling may be waived by the municipal council, whose treatment shall not reduce the amount of waste or the dangers for human health or the environment.






Deponeringssegnet waste covered by [...] municipality collection system for landfill waste suitable. Contact the local council for pickup.






Waste to landfill designated by the municipal council for environmentally approved landfill or special depot.






The company, or in his absence the natural or legal person who is responsible for management of the waste, are required to ensure that there is a basic characterization of the waste in accordance with the guidelines in Annex 3 and 7 of the Decree on landfills when a load of waste desired handed at the landfill. The waste producer is also responsible for that karakteriseringsoplysningerne are correct.






If the waste producer has knowledge or reason to suspect that the waste contains other potentially environmentally harmful substances than those included in Annex 3 of the Statutory Order, the waste generator's responsibility to ensure that the substances included in the basic characterization.







Sampling for the basic characterization and compliance testing shall be performed according to a sampling plan that the waste producer is required to prepare in accordance with DS / EN 14,899th






The sampling plan shall be developed by a person competent in, see. Annex 6 of Statutory Order.






The sampler must be accredited in accordance with DS / EN ISO / IEC 17025 or person certified according to DS / EN ISO / IEC 17024, see. Annex 6 of Statutory Order.






Testing and chemical analyzes for basic characterization and compliance testing of a waste and analyzes carried out as part of grundvandsmoniteringen and in the other control and monitoring procedures must be performed by accredited laboratories or non-accredited laboratories approved by the regulator.






If non-accredited laboratories approved and thus make testing should be landfill demonstrate to the regulator that the laboratory have experience with relevant test methods, like the landfill must prove that the laboratory is in possession of an effective quality assurance system.






The company must deliver the waste to the [...] or at local recycling depots.






Settlement for waste management is done directly between the company and receiving stations.






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§ 17 Organisation of [...]
§ 17.1 What is [....]










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The local council can here provide for other arrangements than the as described in the preceding paragraphs.






The municipal council describes what is meant by the relevant waste fraction.








§ 17.2 To whom does the system of










(Required)






Free text to even describe whom the scheme applies.








§ 17.3 Description of the scheme










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The municipal council describes the substance of the system, including whether the scheme is established as a assignment or collection system.










Annex 11

Industry Codes including builders and landscapers see. § 61 paragraph. 4







DB07


text



41.10.00


Building contractors



41.20.00





42.10.00




42.20.00


Construction Contractors



42.90.00




43.21.00


Building installation (Electrical Installation, Insulation company,



43.22.00


plumbing company)



43.29.00




43.31.00




43.32.00


Building Completion (Plastering, Joinery






43.33.00 Joinery business, Floor and wall coverings,


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Painting and glazing and other construction completion)



43.34.20




43.33.00




43.12.00




43.13.00


Masons and other specialized construction and preparatory



43.91.00


Site work including paving, sand blasting etc.



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43.99.90




81.30.00


Gardeners (Landscaping)





Official notes


1) The Order contains provisions implementing parts of European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98 / EC of 19 November 2008 on waste and repealing certain Directives Official 2008 no. L 312, page 3, parts of European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/12 / EC of 5 april 2006 on waste Official 2006 no. L 114, page 9, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/31 / EC of 23. april 2009 Official Journal 2009, no. L 140, page 114, parts of Council Directive 75/439 / EEC of 16 June 1975 on the disposal of waste oils Official 1975 no. L 194, page 23, last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98 / EC of 19 november 2008, the OJ 2008 no. L 312, page 3, parts of Council Directive 91/689 / EEC of 12 december 1991 on hazardous waste Official 1991 no. L 377, page 20, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/98 / EC of 19 november 2008, Official Journal 2008 no. L 312, page 3, the European Parliament and Council Directive no. 94/62 / EC of 20 december 1994 on packaging and packaging waste, Official Journal 1994 no. L 365, page 10, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 219 / 2009 of 11 March 2009, Official Journal 2009, no. L 87, page 109, parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/66 / EC of 6 september 2006 on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators and repealing Directive 91/157 / EEC, Official Journal 2006 no. L 266, page 1, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/103 / EC of 19 november 2008, Official Journal 2008 no. L 327, page 7, parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/96 / EC of 27 January 2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), Official Journal 2003 no. L 37, page 24, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/112 / EC of 16 december 2008, Official Journal 2008 no. L 345, page 68, parts of Council Directive 1999/31 / EC of 26 april 1999 on the landfill of waste Official 1999 no. L 182, page 1, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1137/2008 of 22 October 2008, Official Journal 2008 no. L 311, page 1, Commission Decision 2000/532 / EC of 3 May 2000 replacing Decision 94/3 / EC establishing a list of wastes pursuant to Article 1 point a) of Council Directive 75/442 / EEC on waste and Council Decision 94/904 / EC establishing a list of hazardous waste pursuant to Article 1. 4 of Council Directive 91/689 / EEC on hazardous waste, Official. 2000, No L 226, page 3, as last amended by Council Decision 2001/573 / EC of 23 July 2001, Official Journal 2001, No . L 203, page 18, parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/123 / EC of 12 december 2006 on services in the internal market, Official Journal 2006 no. L 376, page 36 and parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2003/35 / EC of 26 May 2003 providing for public participation in the drawing up of certain plans and programs on the environment and amending Council Directive 85/337 / EEC and 96/61 / EC as regards public participation and access to justice, official Journal 2003 no. 156, page 17.

Certain provisions of the Order has as draft been notified in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 98/34 / EC (the Information Procedure Directive) as amended by Directive 98/48 / EC.