Ordinance On Waste

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om affald

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



The scope of the





Chapter 2



Definitions





Chapter 3



Classification





Chapter 4



Municipal waste management-waste hierarchy





Chapter 5



Municipal waste planning





Chapter 6



Municipal waste regulations





Chapter 7



Municipal waste systems





Chapter 8



Principles of Municipal Board's determination and collection of fees





Chapter 9



The landfill of waste





Chapter 10



Industrial waste and industrial waste sorted source suitable for material recovery





Chapter 11



Special rules on hazardous waste from businesses





Chapter 12



Accountability in connection with the handling of industrial waste





Chapter 13



Special rules for private and professional property developers identification of PCB in buildings and facilities and review of waste





Chapter 14



Municipal treatment plant





Chapter 15



Benchmarking of waste incineration and landfill





Chapter 16



The national regulation database





Chapter 17



Supervision





Chapter 18



Administrative provisions





Chapter 19



Penalty





Chapter 20



Entry into force and transitional provisions





Annex 1



Table of contents for the waste Ordinance





Annex 2



The list of wastes referred to in article 6. § 2 (1)





Annex 3



Information that must be reported to use for benchmarking, see. section 88 (1)





Annex 4



Properties and percentage thresholds that makes waste-hazardous





Annex 5 A



Forms and methods of disposal referred to in article 6. § 3, nr. 14





Annex 5 B



Forms and methods of recovery, see. § 3, nr. 40





Annex 6



Standard regulations for household waste, see. section 19, paragraph 3





Annex 7



Standard regulations for commercial waste, see. section 19, paragraph 3





Annex 8



Exemption for waste fees – branch codes, see. section 60 (1)





Annex 9



Exemption for waste fees-business forms, see. section 60 (2)





Annex 10



Industry codes that include builders and landscapers, see. section 58, paragraph 4





Annex 11



Screening schedule for the PCB, see. section 78, paragraph 3



The full text of the Executive order on affald1) 2)

Under section 7 (b), section 44, paragraphs 1 and 6, § 45, paragraphs 2, 5 and 7, article 45 (a), paragraph 46 (a), paragraphs 1-3, § 46 (b) (1) and (2), § 47, paragraphs 2 and 3, article 48, paragraph 4, 8 and 9, § 50 d, paragraphs 2 to 4, section 51, paragraph 6, section 67, paragraph 73, section 80 (1) and (2), § 88, paragraph 89 (b), section 92 and section 110 (3) of the law on environmental protection, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 879 of 26. June 2010, as amended by Act No. 1387 of 14. December 2010, law No. 1273 of 21. December 2011, law No. 446 of 23. may 2012, law No. 1149 of 11. December 2012 and law No. 1248 by 18. December 2012 shall be determined: Chapter 1 scope § 1. The notice includes the management of waste, are not regulated by other legislation, and the classification of waste, planning on waste, regulation on waste, arrangements for waste, data on waste, waste, use of charges for waste disposal systems, labelling of waste, authorisation of waste, waste, benchmarking review of waste treatment facilities, etc.

(2). The notice does not include the handling of and planning for residues resulting from the cleaning of exhaust gases at power plants based on fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas.

Chapter 2 Definitions section 2. Of waste for the purposes of this Ordinance any substance or object, see. Annex 2, which the holder discards or intends or is required to discard.

(2). As waste shall not, however, substances or objects resulting from a production process not primarily aimed the manufacture of this substance or this subject, and if 1) it is certain that the substance or article are re-used, 2) the substance or object can be used directly without any further processing other than normal industrial practice, 3) substance or article manufactured as an integral part of a production process and 4) further use is lawful, i.e. the substance or article is meets all the relevant requirements for the product, environmental and health protection for the specific use and will not get general negative effects on the environment or human health.

§ 3. Furthermore, by means of this order: 1) Wastes suitable for material recovery: Waste, which can be prepared for recycling, recycled or used for other final material recovery or pretreatment with a view on one of the listed forms of treatment.

2) waste treatment facility: plants which recover or dispose of wastes including plants, that prepares waste prior to recovery or disposal.

3) Waste data system: as defined in the Ordinance on waste data system.

4) Waste fraction: subdivision of waste material, composition and origin, including asphalt, paper, cardboard, tyres, waste in the form of metal and electrical and electronic products, waste in the form of batteries and accumulators, PVC, plastic, glass, shredder, soil and wood.

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

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

7) type of waste: waste that is included on the list of wastes referred to in article 6. Annex 2, and described with a EWC-code.

8) Waste transporter: as defined in the Executive order on Waste register and approving as collector.

9) other final material recovery: Any recovery operation, except for those operations where the waste is prepared for recycling, recycled energy is exploited by means of incineration or pre-treated.

10) Authorizing system: a system, where the local authority has established a regulation in which way and possibly on which plant, the waste producer shall ensure that the waste is being handled.

11) Treatment means recovery or disposal operations, including preparation prior to recovery or disposal.

12) track access obligation: the obligation to (a)) use a collection or authorizing scheme laid down in a regulation or b) follow the Municipal Board's specific instructions on the management of waste, which are not covered by a collection or authorizing system.

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

14) Disposal means any operation which is not recovery, even if the operation as a secondary consequence leads to recovery of substances or energy recovery. Annex 5 A contains a non-exhaustive list of disposal operations.

15) municipal waste: Waste, which mainly consists of kitchen waste, hygiene waste and smaller items of discarded materials, which are typically generated by private 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 which are not covered by other schemes.

16) waste collection like waste: waste that is produced by the enterprises, and as in composition similar to municipal waste from private households.

17) landfills: as defined in the Ordinance on landfills.

18) Landfill Waste: Waste that is not suitable is suitable for material recovery or incineration.

19) Packaging: Packaging as defined in executive order on certain requirements for packagings.

20) packaging waste: Packaging waste as defined in the Ordinance on certain requirements for packagings.

21) industrial waste: waste produced by businesses, including waste collection like waste, garden-park-waste, bulky waste, construction waste, production waste, industrial waste, source sorted waste fractions and soil. Industrial waste can be either hazardous or non-hazardous.

22) hazardous waste: waste that is listed on and marked as hazardous waste on the list of wastes in annex 2, and as exhibit one or more of the hazardous properties, which are specified in annex 4. Moreover, waste is regarded as hazardous waste, which exhibit properties that are specified in annex 4.

23) pre-processing: The physical, thermal, chemical or biological processes prior to recovery or disposal, including sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletering, drying, shredding, conditioning, separation, and prior to recovery further disassembly, packaging, blending or mixing, whereby waste properties change with the aim of reducing its scope or hazard or otherwise make the further handling easier.

24) preparing for re-use ' means any recovery operation in the form of checking, cleaning or repair, where products or components that have become waste are prepared so that they can be reused without any other pre-processing.


25) Incineration suitable waste: Waste that is not suitable for material recovery, and which can be destroyed by incineration, without combustion of which gives rise to the discharge of polluting substances into the unacceptable range. Combustion suitable waste does not include: (a)) Waste, as it is forbidden by the law to burn.

b) waste which, in accordance with the law, including a regulation adopted by the Municipal Council, to be collected or allocated to material recycling or other treatment, including landfill or as specifically allocated to material recycling or other treatment including landfilling.

26) vendor: as defined in the Ordinance on waste register and approving as collector.

27) recyclable waste: waste that is suitable for recycling, and which under the legislation to be recycled.

28) Recycling means any recovery operations, in which waste materials are reprocessed into products, materials or substances, whether they are used for the original purpose or for other purposes. This includes the reprocessing of organic material but not energy recovery and the reprocessing into materials that are to be used for fuel or for backfilling operations.

29) recycling facilities: Facilities, which are made of recycling operations, see. Nr. 28.30) reuse ' means any operation in which products or components that are not waste are used again for the same purpose for which they were conceived;

31) household waste: waste produced by households, including municipal waste, garden waste, bulky waste, source sorted waste fractions and soil from households. Household waste may be either hazardous or non-hazardous.

32) Management means the collection, transport, recovery and disposal of waste, including the supervision in connection therewith and aftercare of landfill sites as well as distributors and brokers business.

33) collection means the gathering of waste, including the preliminary sorting and preliminary storage of waste for the purposes of transport to a waste treatment facility.

34) Collection System: A regulatory scheme, where the municipality takes over responsibility for further handling by the waste collection centre, and which is organized as a download or a bring scheme.

35) collector: as defined in the Ordinance on waste register and approving as collector.

36) Source sorting: Sorting on the place where the waste is generated in the waste suitable for material recovery, incineration and landfill waste and sorting by suitable material and application form.

37) Municipal treatment plants: Municipal installations, which treats waste to material recovery, and where one or more municipal councils together own a significant share of the plant or directly or indirectly has a substantial part of the capital of the company or similar, which owns the plant.

38) material recovery: preparing for re-use, recycling or use for other final material recovery or pretreatment with a view on one of the listed forms of treatment.

39) Broker: as defined in the Ordinance on waste register and approving as collector.

40) Recovery: any operation the principal result is either that the waste fulfils a useful purpose by replacing other materials which would otherwise have been used to fulfil a particular function, or waste being prepared with a view to meeting the specific function in the plant or in society in General. Annex 5 B contains a non-exhaustive list of recovery operations.

41) waste oils: 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 for, such as oil from combustion engines and transmission systems as well as oil for engines, turbines and hydraulics.

42) foreign company means a foreign company is a company located abroad, and which are therefore not registered in the central business register (CVR).

43) Undertaking: any natural or legal person, public or private, which is registered in the central business register (CVR).

Chapter 3 Classification section 4. The Municipal Council decides whether a substance or article is waste, see. However, paragraph 7 and article 6, paragraph 2.

(2). The Municipal Council also determines whether waste is: 1) hazardous waste.

2) packaging waste.

3) Waste suitable for material recovery.

4) suitable waste Combustion.

5) suitable Waste Landfill.

(3). The Municipal Council must classify industrial waste as a source for material recovery, industrial waste sorted if the waste-producing undertaking can prove that the waste can be prepared for recycling, recycled or used for other final material recovery. The Municipal Council must classify together mixtures of waste suitable for material recovery such as source, sorted waste suitable for material recovery, if the waste-producing undertaking can demonstrate that the mixture does not adversely affect the material recovery of each material.

(4). The Municipal Council must decide that substances or articles which meet the criteria set out in paragraph 5, no longer are waste.

(5). The Municipal Council must, in its decision in accordance with paragraph 4 include the following criteria 1) the substance or article has undergone a recovery operation, including recycling, 2) the substance or object is commonly used for specific purposes, 3) there is a market for or a demand for such a substance or any such thing, 4) the substance or object fulfils the technical requirements for the specific purpose and meet applicable laws and standards relating to products and 5) the use of the substance or object will not get general negative effects on the environment or human health.

(6). The Municipal Council must notify the environmental protection agency about decisions taken pursuant to paragraph 4. The environmental protection agency publishes these decisions at www.mst.dk.

(7). The environmental protection agency shall take a decision in accordance with paragraph 1-5 on the classification of waste in connection with the environmental protection agency's supervision in accordance with the Ordinance on movements of waste.

(8). Paragraph 7 shall also apply if the authority referred to in paragraph 1 is present at the same time with the environmental protection agency and leads his own supervision according to the law or regulations issued thereunder.

§ 5. The Municipal Council must notify the environmental protection agency about the decisions on which waste, which continuously obtained from a company, and which meet the criteria set out in annex 4, but that are not marked as hazardous waste in annex 2, have been classified as hazardous waste in accordance with annex 4.

(2). The Municipal Council must also notify the environmental protection agency on waste, which continuously obtained from a company, and which do not meet the criteria set out in annex 4, but as stated in Exhibit 2 marked as hazardous waste.

Classification of ships



§ 6. The Municipal Council decides whether a ship at 1,500 ton lightweight (unladen weight) or less are wastes. The Municipal Council decides at the same time, the ship also to be classified as hazardous waste.

(2). The environmental protection agency decides whether a ship over 1,500 ton lightweight (unladen weight) are waste. The environmental protection agency decides at the same time, the ship also to be classified as hazardous waste.

§ 7. When a vessel is older than 25 years old and have a hull length of more than 15 meters at the waterline, is located in a Danish port and transferred for the purpose of export or desired exported, the exporter or the transferor must inform the Municipal Council in the municipality, where the ship is, under direction, indicating the ship's future destination and purpose.

§ 8. Immediately after the notification under section 7, or if the Municipal Council, incidentally, from the other side gets notification of sale or transfer, which can be equated with the sale, or forthcoming export of a ship is in port, the Municipal Council shall carry out inspection of the ship. By Visual inspection should inspect the ship's condition and municipal documents that may have an impact on the assessment of a classification of the ship under section 6, including documentation of the ship's weight.

(2). If the local authority finds that this particular ship has an unladen weight of 1,500 ton lightweight (unladen weight), submitted the case to the Municipal Board's comments and the documents for the environmental protection agency as soon as possible and at the latest within three working days of the Visual inspection. Past and future owner is notified thereof.

(3). In situations where the ship is supposed to be exported to a destination outside the EU/EEA, and where the ship's destination and age, condition, etc. immediately provides the basis for believing that the ship is waste or hazardous waste, the competent authority may immediately decide that the ship should not leave the Danish port, prior to a decision pursuant to section 6 of the basic regulation. section 10, paragraph 1.

§ 9. For the purposes of a decision on whether or not a ship's waste, the competent authority shall request, within three days from the finding that the Municipal Council, respectively, the environmental protection agency is the competent authority, the following information: 1) documentation of ownership.

2) registration of the ship as well as the status of certificates and ratings.

3) Documentation, if applicable. in the form of faith and love declarations, of the owner's intentions with the ship.

4) Documentation for the economic conditions of the sale and the fate of the ship.

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


§ 10. The competent authority shall decide as soon as possible and within eight working days from the date on which the information provided pursuant to section 9, no. 1-5 are known, whether the ship is classified as waste and shall inform the owner of the ship and any other involved parties about the decision.

(2). If the ship has been classified as waste and not desired exported, shall notify the owner as soon as possible, the competent authority which approved the waste handler, the owner would be responsible for the treatment.

§ 11. For the purposes of a decision in accordance with articles 6 and 10 shall be owners, buyers, sellers, or exporters at the request of the local authority or the environmental protection agency give all information in their possession relating to a substance or thing, including on ownership, origin, condition, technical information, intended use, composition or, possibly, the intended destination.

Chapter 4 Municipal waste management-waste hierarchy section 12. The municipal waste management must, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 2 shall be in accordance with the following waste hierarchy: 1) preparing for re-use.

2) Recycling.

3) Second recovery.

4) Disposal.

(2). The waste hierarchy may be waived for specific waste flows, if the derogation is justified in a life-cycle consideration.

(3). The application of the waste hierarchy and derogations from here must be done in order to achieve the best overall environmental outcome, without prejudice. Act §§ 1 and 3.

Chapter 5 Municipal waste planning section 13. The Municipal Council shall draw up and adopt a 12-year-old municipal plan for the management of waste. The plan must be revised at least every 6. year, see. However, section 96.

(2). The municipal waste management plan should include: 1) A kortlægningsdel, which describes the status of waste area in the municipality, see. § 14.

2) A målsætningsdel, which gives an account of the municipality's overall objectives in the area of waste.

3) A planlægningsdel with a particular focus on planning the first 6 years of the plan period, see. § 15.

(3). In the preparation of the municipal waste management plan section 6 (b) shall apply mutatis mutandis.

(4). The municipal waste management plan must be drawn up on the basis of the national waste management plan, see. section 46 c, and must not be contrary to this.

§ 14. Mapping portion should include: 1) statements of the quantities of waste produced in the municipality, distributed on the industry, where the waste originated, types of waste (EWC codes), see. Annex 2, or waste fractions, and how the waste is recovered or disposed of.

2) statements of the quantities of waste that are exported from or imported to the municipality, distributed on types of waste.

3) overview and descriptions of collection and authorizing arrangements for waste.

4) overview and descriptions of landfills and incinerators, which uses or provides to the Municipal Council, as well as information about the added quantities of waste and capacity available.

5) information about sorting and treatment plants, etc., as the Municipal Council uses or provides for.

6) information about Municipal Board's costs of management of waste spread on schemes for households and businesses.

§ 15. Planning must include a statement of: 1) the estimate of the future volumes of waste in the municipality, aside from this source collated industrial waste to material recovery. However, the statement shall contain an estimate of the future volumes of waste material recovery from municipal institutions and enterprises as well as of industrial waste to material recovery delivered at recycling sites in the municipality of enterprises.

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

3) A description of the expected future handling of the waste, which the local authority collects or provides for treatment.

4) What treatment plants planned used for handling the waste, which the local authority collects, as well as the quantities of waste that is expected to be allocated to individual installations.

5) Landfill and incineration capacity, including the need for the establishment of additional capacity on the basis of the expected added amounts of waste in conjunction with the applied fixed capacity and lifetime.

6) plan, the economic consequences of Municipal Board's budget and the amounts of the fees referred to in article 6. Chapter 8.

7) planned future investments for the renovation, rebuilding or establishment of new plants, see. section 61, as adopted by the Municipal Council.

8) an assessment of the extent to which the planned measures are in accordance with the waste hierarchy, see. section 6 (b), and helps to prevent or reduce the harmful effects of waste management.

(2). The statements referred to in 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.

(3). The statements referred to in paragraph 1, no. 1 and 5, must be detailed for the entire plan period.

§ 16. In order to give the public early and effective way to express an opinion before the waste management plan is adopted, the Municipal Council make public announcement of proposed waste management plan or revision of the waste management plan. The announcement may take place exclusively digitally on the municipality's website. The announcement shall at least include information on: 1) the Municipal Board's address.

2) statement that everyone has the right to view the draft plan or revision of the plan.

3) statement that everyone has the right to comment on the proposal, within a period of a minimum of 8 weeks from the announcement and information on how comments and questions can be directed to.

§ 17. The Municipal Council shall make public announcement of the plan's adoption, and of the reasons and considerations which form the basis for the plan's adoption, including the process for public participation. The announcement may take place exclusively digitally on the municipality's website. The waste management plan shall be publicly accessible and disseminated electronically to public regulation. Ordinance on active dissemination of environmental information.

§ 18. To the extent that the Municipal Board's actual management company (operator tasks) after this order is carried out by a municipal community, planning, see. sections 13 to 17, conducted by the local community.

Chapter 6 Municipal waste regulations § 19. The Municipal Council must draw up and adopt regulations on arrangements for waste produced by households and businesses in the municipality, see. Article 24, paragraphs 1-3 of the basic regulation. However, (2) and § 40.

(2). The Municipal Council must draw up and adopt an independent regulation of soil, which is waste.

(3). The Municipal Council must, when establishing regulations in accordance with paragraph 1, apply the paradigms, as set out in annex 6 and 7. The regulations consist of a compulsory text and a text that is to be filled in by each of the municipal councils. The paradigms are available at www.miljoeportal.dk.

(4). The Municipal Council must publish in accordance with paragraph 1 adopted regulations by reporting to the national regulation database, which is available at www.mst.dk.

(5). Regulations in accordance with paragraph 1 shall enter into force on the day after the publication of regulation database, unless another effective date is specified in and later regulations.

(6). Information about the adoption and entry into force of a regulation in accordance with paragraph 2 shall be published by the Municipal Board's advertising thereof. The announcement may take place exclusively digitally on the municipality's website. The regulation can enter into force no earlier than 4 weeks after the announcement. At the same time as the announcement should regulation be publicly accessible and disseminated electronically to public regulation. Ordinance on active dissemination of environmental information.

§ 20. The Municipal Council must in the regulations establish the collection and authorizing schemes to be used in the municipality, see. Chapter 7. The Municipal Council elects, on fields in the paradigms of the basic regulation. section 19, paragraph 3, is indicated by "volunteer to fill", must be filled in.

§ 21. The Municipal Council must in regulations lay down provisions on collection systems scope and organization, etc., including requirements for sorting.

(2). The Municipal Council may, in addition, for collection schemes lay down regulations on: 1) packaging of waste.

2) Container type.

3) Storage of waste.

4) Capacity for containers.

5) stowage of containers, including access routes.

6) the use of containers.

7) filling of containers.

8) maintain the cleanliness of the containers.

9) Pick-up of containers.

§ 22. The Municipal Council must in regulations lay down provisions on authorizing systems scope and organization, etc., including requirements for sorting.

(2). The Municipal Council may, in addition to authorizing schemes lay down regulations on: 1) packaging of waste.

2) marking of containers, etc.

3) Storage of waste.

4) pre-treatment.

5) authorisation of waste for temporary storage.

6) except for large and bulky items from the requirement for incineration, if they require special pre-treatment in addition pre-treatment with compactor or similar.

7) Declaration of waste.

§ 23. sections 16 and 17 on public participation shall apply mutatis mutandis for the regulations, however, so that everyone has the right to comment on the proposal, within a period of at least 4 weeks from the announcement.


(2). sections 16 and 17 of public participation shall not apply to regulations under section 19 (1) alone, or in the case of changes in regulativernes mandatory text.

Chapter 7 Municipal waste systems § 24. The Municipal Council must establish arrangements for waste, including land, as is waste produced by households and businesses in the municipality, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3 and section 40. Schemes must be indicated in the regulations for household waste, respectively, the regulation of industrial waste and the regulation of land, which is waste, see. § 19.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to wastes of an explosive nature.

(3). The Municipal Council may not establish arrangements for or offer collection of source sorted industrial waste suitable for material recovery from companies, see. However, section 40 (1), sections 41 and 42. The Municipal Council may, however, continue to let the source ordered commercial waste suitable for material recovery from the municipality's own institutions and businesses be covered by arrangements for waste suitable for material recovery.

(4). The Municipal Council decides whether a scheme in accordance with paragraph 1 is established as a collection or an authorizing system, see. However, §§ 25-27, 29-34, § § § § 37 and 40. A collection scheme can be set up as a download or a bring scheme.

(5). The Municipal Council may establish different systems for the same user group when the difference is justified by objective criteria such as URf.eks. housing type.

(6). The Municipal Council must specifically indicate waste which is not covered by a collection or authorizing system, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3. The specific instructions must be made on the basis of a specific assessment of their properties, including the necessary samplings and analyses for the purpose of classification and manual.

Establishment of and requirements for certain schemes for households



§ 25. The Municipal Council must establish a collection system in the form of a download system for municipal waste from all households.

(2). In cottage areas zoned in accordance with the law on planning, town councillor can replace a collection scheme with an authorizing system of municipal waste in a part of the calendar year.

(3). The Municipal Council must in the regulation for household waste lay down requirements which are referred to in section 21 (2), for collection schemes for municipal waste.

(4). The Municipal Council in the regulation of household waste can provide for that households can composting the vegetable part of the dagrenovationen on the land, in which the household is located.

section 26. The Municipal Council must establish a collection scheme for waste paper from households in the settlements, where there are more than 1000 inhabitants. The system must be organised in such a way that significant sections of the waste will be collected. Collection scheme must, as a minimum, cover the following: 1) Newspapers.

2) newspapers.

3) weekly and monthly magazines, including the subjects and the Member leaves.

4) unaddressed printed matter.

5) direct mailings.

6) Phone books.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected waste paper will be recycled.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of waste paper prior to recycling of paper waste, municipal councillor in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a facility which can recycle paper waste.

§ 27. The Municipal Council must establish a collection scheme for cardboard wastes, including the cardboard packaging from households in the settlements, where there are more than 1000 inhabitants. The system must be organised in such a way that significant sections of the waste will be collected.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected cardboard wastes will be recycled.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the handling of cardboard wastes prior to reuse, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a facility which can recycle papaffaldet.

section 28. If the aggregated amount of paper and cardboard wastes, see. sections 26 and 27, in the municipality of less than 55% of the total paper-and pappotentiale for households in the whole municipality in two consecutive calendar years with effect from and including the calendar year 2006, the Municipal Council shall organise the collection mechanism, see. section 26, in such a way that used fixed aggregate products, which makes it at least as easy for households to dispose of paper waste as delivering municipal waste.

(2). The environmental protection agency responsible for the preparation and publication of the calculations of the total paper-and pappotentialer from households for municipalities. Disclosure can happen exclusively digitally on the Environment Agency's website www.mst.dk. In municipalities where over 50% of the inhabitants live in rural areas, which shall mean areas with settlements of less than 200 inhabitants, will the potential be calculated with 100% of households in cities with over 200 inhabitants and 50% of households in rural areas. The environmental protection agency determines the doubt question whether a municipality is covered by paragraph 2, 2. PT.

section 29. The Municipal Council must establish a collection system for glass packaging waste from households in the settlements, where there are more than 2000 households. The system must be organised in such a way that significant sections of the glass packaging waste, which can be prepared for reuse or recycled will be collected.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected glass packaging waste will be recycled or prepared for recycling.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of packaging waste glass prior to recycling or preparation for reuse, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a facility which can recycle glass packaging waste or prepare the waste for recycling.

section 30. The Municipal Council must establish a collection system for recyclable metal packaging waste. The system must be organised in such a way that significant sections of the reusable metal packaging waste will be collected.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected recyclable metal packaging waste will be recycled.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of the reusable metal packaging waste prior to reuse, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a facility which can recycle metal packaging waste.

section 31. The Municipal Council must establish a collection system for recyclable plastic packaging waste, including on waste in the form of plastic bottles and cans. The system must be organised in such a way that significant sections of the recyclable plastics packaging waste will be collected.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected plastics packaging waste will be reprocessed and recycled as plastic material.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of plastics packaging waste prior to reprocessing and reuse, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a plant, which can process and recycle plastic packaging.

section 32. The Municipal Council must establish a collection system in the form of a bring scheme that gives households in the municipality access to at least one recycling center.

(2). The Municipal Council must ensure that it only is allowed for households in the municipality to submit packaged waste at recycling centers, if the waste is packaged in clear plastic bags.

section 33. The Municipal Council must establish a collection system for PVC waste. The system must be organised in such a way that significant parts of both recyclable and non-recyclable PVC-waste collected.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected recyclable PVC waste will be recycled, and that significant parts of it non-recyclable PVC waste will be deposited.

(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 in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that recyclables and landfill suitable PVC-waste is sorted and delivered in a facility which can recycle, recyclable PVC-waste or in a facility in which there can be deposited non-recyclable PVC waste.

§ 34. The Municipal Council must establish a collection scheme for waste of treated wood. Collection system must be organised in such a way that significant sections of the impregnated wood is collected.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the collected waste of treated wood is deposited unless the Municipal Council after a concrete assessment finds that the impregnated wood waste is suitable for material recovery or combustion is suitable.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of træaffaldet prior to recycling, incineration or disposal thereof, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a facility which can recycle, burn or deposit træaffaldet.

section 35. The Municipal Council must establish a scheme for construction and demolition, which gives households the ability to sort according to the requirements for sorting in section 65 (1) and (2).


(2). The Municipal Council must ensure that significant parts of it included construction and demolition will be prepared for recycling, recycled or used for other final material recovery.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of construction and demolition materials recovery, municipal councillor in the agreement ensure that the company provides evidence that the waste will be prepared for recycling, recycled or used for other final material recovery.

§ 36. The Municipal Council in the regulation of household waste can provide for that waste of crushed creosote treated wood must be incinerated with energy recovery.

(2). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of crushed creosote treated wood waste prior to incineration thereof, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a facility which can incinerate waste of crushed creosote treated wood.

section 37. The Municipal Council must establish a collection system for hazardous wastes which are not covered by §§ 25-27 and sections 29-36.

section 38. The Municipal Council may, notwithstanding section 50 of regulation for household waste may provide that citizens and landowners must burn: 1) garden waste during the period 1. December to 1. March, see. However, paragraph 3.

2) Clean, dry wood, there is waste, on specially designed fire places.

3) garden waste Midsummer evening.

(2). The local authority shall lay down in regulations for household waste, the detailed conditions of the forms referred to in paragraph 1 for the burning of waste, including any spatial requirements and requirements for the maximum quantity of waste, which must be burned off.

(3). (1). 1, shall not apply to the burning of waste in urban areas and cottage areas.

Track access obligation and accountability for households



§ 39. When a municipal system laid down in the regulation for household waste, see. Article 24, paragraph 1, and the regulation has entered into force, are citizens and property owners required to make use of the scheme, as required. When the local authority provides a practical guide, see. section 24, paragraph 6, are citizens and property owners required to follow instructions.

(2). Citizens and property owners must ensure the sorting of waste in accordance with the arrangements laid down in the regulation for household waste.

(3). Citizens and property owners must, at the request of the Municipal Council prove that the waste is handled in accordance with the established arrangements Councillor or municipal Board's specific instructions.

Establishment of and requirements for certain schemes for enterprises



§ 40. The Municipal Council must offer both companies which are domiciled in the municipality, and companies who are not domiciled in the municipality, including foreign companies, access to at least one recycling center, see. However, paragraph 3. The scheme gives companies access to recycled square with waste in nature similar to it, households have access with. I have to pay for recycling the square according to the rules laid down in sections 57-58, if the quotation is used.

(2). The Municipal Council must for companies restrict access in accordance with paragraph 1 of waste brought to the square in the registered vehicles, which weigh up to 3500 kg. The Municipal Council must also provide companies with access to recycling space with waste, transported in a vehicle mounted on the trailer.

(3). Municipal plan, see. section 15 (1) (8). 1, with a view to continuously make capacity available to businesses on the municipality's recycling center. The Municipal Council must not, however, ensure that there is capability at all times on recycled space for any business (contingency capability), with the Municipal Council at the lack of capacity of recycled square assigns or referring to other similar handling.

(4). The Municipal Council must ensure that it only is allowed for companies to submit packaged waste at recycling centers, if the waste is packaged in clear plastic bags.

(5). The Municipal Council must limit access to drop off hazardous waste on the municipality's recycling sites for delivery of 200 kg. hazardous waste per year per company. In the inventory of the 200 kg. hazardous waste are not included: 1) portable batteries and accumulators, as defined in the Ordinance on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators.

2) waste electrical and electronic equipment from households covered by the producer responsibility, as defined in the Ordinance on the placing on the market of electrical and electronic equipment and the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment.

(6). The Municipal Council must issue a receipt for companies who deliver hazardous waste at a recycling center, for the delivery of the dangerous waste.

§ 41. The Municipal Council may, until 1. January 2016 offers companies in the municipality, they are covered by a system of organic waste from their waste collection similar waste.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall apply only where the Municipal Council in its regulation for household waste has laid down provisions for organic waste must be segregated from dagrenovationen, and has established a separate regime for this waste.

§ 42. The Municipal Council can offer companies in the municipality, which is located in properties with both households and companies covered by the legislation or schemes for source sorted recyclable waste, which the municipality has established for households.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall apply only where the Municipal Council in its regulation for household waste has established a collection scheme organised as a download system for the reusable waste.

section 43. The Municipal Council must establish a system for non-recyclable PVC waste.

(2). The Municipal Council shall ensure that essential parts of the volume of non-recyclable PVC waste landfilled.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of non-recyclable PVC-waste prior to disposal thereof, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company provides evidence that the waste received by a facility which can deposit it non-recyclable PVC waste.

§ 44. The Municipal Council in the regulation of industrial waste can decide that waste of crushed creosote treated wood must be incinerated with energy recovery.

(2). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of waste of crushed creosote treated wood prior to burning it, to the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste at a facility which can incinerate waste of crushed creosote treated wood.

§ 45. The Municipal Council must establish a system for the waste of treated wood, which cannot be nyttiggøres, so that træaffaldet material is landfilled, unless the local authority after a concrete assessment finds that the impregnated wood waste combustion is suitable.

§ 46. The Municipal Council may, notwithstanding section 50, in the regulation of industrial waste may provide that it is allowed for horticulture, responsible for landscaping activities, etc. to burn his own yard waste, park waste and garden waste like waste on the site where the waste is produced, without prejudice. However, paragraph 3.

(2). The local authority shall lay down in regulations for industrial waste the detailed conditions of the burning, including any spatial requirements and requirements for the maximum quantity of waste, which must be burned off.

(3). It is, regardless of section 50, allowed for forestry to burn træstød and logging waste in contiguous stands of forest tree species at least 0.5 ha and at least 20 m wide.

Track access obligation and accountability for businesses



§ 47. When a municipal system of waste laid down in the regulation of industrial waste, and the regulation has entered into force, companies are obliged to make use of the scheme, as required. When the local authority provides a practical manual, companies are also obliged to follow the instructions.

(2). Companies may, notwithstanding paragraph 1, export their incineration waste to a suitable recovery facilities abroad in accordance with the provisions of the waste shipment regulation and Ordinance on movements of waste.

section 48. The Municipal Council must, on application, grant an exemption from the obligation to use in business section 47, paragraph 1, in the case of hazardous waste, which is not the source, sorted waste suitable for material recovery, if the company proves that the hazardous wastes can be handled by the company's own environmentally sound measure. The Municipal Council must as documentation require copy of the agreement with an environmentally approved plant, which can process the relevant waste type, or proof that the company itself has a plant, which can process the relevant waste type.

(2). The exemption provided for in paragraph 1 is applicable, as long as the company's agreement with the environment approved plants consists, or the company itself in possession of a plant, which can process the relevant waste type.

(3). The company has a duty to inform the Municipal Council of any changes in the circumstances described in paragraph 2 with a view that the company can benefit from the municipal system for hazardous waste.

§ 49. Companies shall, at the request of the Municipal Council prove that the waste is handled in accordance with the established arrangements or municipal councillor of the Board of Directors specific instructions or is exported, see. section 47 (2).


(2). By significant changes in relation to the waste covered by the communal arrangements as regards waste quantity, composition or properties, the company must immediately inform the local authority thereof for the purpose of Municipal Board's any renewed classification or manual.

Suitable waste covered by municipal waste combustion systems



§ 50. Incineration of waste incineration suitable is only permitted in authorised plants.

(2). The Municipal Council must ensure that suitable waste covered by municipal waste combustion systems and specific instructions will be burned on authorised installations, see. However, section 38, section 46 (1) and (3) and § 52.

(3). If the local authority enters into an agreement with a company on the management of the incineration suitable waste prior to incineration thereof, the Municipal Council in the agreement ensure that the company demonstrate that waste in a plant which is approved to burn combustion suitable waste after chapter 5.

(4). If the local authority has established a system of authorizing municipal Council must fulfil the obligation under paragraph 1 by entering into agreements with one or more combustion plants approved in accordance with Chapter 5 to burn combustion suitable waste, or with one or more facilities that prepare the waste for incineration.

(5). The provision of paragraph 1 shall not apply to the Municipal Board's regulations for islands that do not have an incinerator, and who do not have permanent connection to such a country.

§ 51. The Municipal Council shall ensure that the waste that is not suitable for burning, not incinerated, including PVC waste, URf.eks. sewage pipes, Windows and flooring, and heavy metal-laden waste, URf.eks. fishing nets with lead weights and waste from x-ray departments and waste in a similar way by incineration can give rise to environmental problems, not incinerated.

§ 52. The Municipal Council may, if circumstances require it, assigning the combustion suitable waste for temporary storage in a facility that is approved for temporary storage after chapter 5, up to a maximum of 1 year. Manual for temporary storage may not include municipal waste or other easily canker was waste.

(2). The environmental protection agency may grant a derogation from the time limit referred to in paragraph 1 on 1 year for temporary storage of waste in the event of temporary capacity problems on incinerators.

(3). The environmental protection agency may, for the purpose of practical application for the construction of new landfills or devices for mixed waste, grant a derogation from the scheme or instructions under section 50 (2).

(4). The Municipal Council may provide that the obligation to use the incinerator, which is approved without prejudice. Chapter 5 of the Act, does not apply if the product or facility for which it is possible to indicate the waste, is out of service temporarily as a result of operational accidents.

(5). Municipal councillor in the regional municipality of Bornholm may provide that the obligation to use the incinerator, which is approved without prejudice. Chapter 5 of the Act, does not apply in the case of renovations of incinerators, which usually demonstrates, if renovation work makes the facility unfit to receive and treat waste.

Chapter 8 principles of Municipal Board's determination and collection of the fees § 53. The Municipal Council must, for a fee sheet set fees for waste planning, installation, operation and management of waste systems, see. Article 48, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. However, article 48, paragraph 2. Fee sheet shall be approved by the Municipal Council and published on the municipality's website.

(2). The Municipal Council may fix and charge særgebyrer for the extra costs that the local authority is applied by each waste producer, including costs arising from citizens, grundejeres or businesses incorrect sorting or extra costs for collection of waste from citizens, landowners or companies.

(3). Charges in accordance with paragraph 1, in the case of households will be charged with the one that has things like title on property, see. section 48, paragraph 6.

(4). Charges in accordance with paragraph 1, in respect of companies charged with the CVR register in the registered owner of the company, see. section 48, paragraph 7. The fee to be charged for each p-number, which is registered in the register referred to in article 6. However, section 60, paragraph 1-4.

(5). The local authority shall charge any fee in accordance with paragraph 4 for the year with the companies, which are located in the municipality of the 1. January in charge this year. The Municipal Council must, in its determination of the fee put information about corporate industry code and number of employees, as evidenced by the CVR register 1. January of this year, to the basic fee.

§ 54. The Municipal Council must quantify the cost of each collection and authorizing system after the split in the municipal budgetary and accounting system, so that the total fee income for each system alone to cover the cost of the scheme, without prejudice to the municipality. Article 48, paragraph 3. If a system includes both households and businesses, the costs of the scheme are distributed to households and businesses, respectively, in accordance with the costs of handling, respectively as households and companies gives rise to.

(2). The Municipal Council must posting fee for the national regulation database, see. section 91, and the fee for Waste data system, see. Ordinance on waste data system, on account of it in section 55, paragraph 1, and section 56 (1), the specified fee for administration. The fee is to be distributed to households in the municipality with half and half to enterprises in the municipality.

(3). The Municipal Council may charge a single fee for all the schemes, as a household or business is required to pay for. The local authority shall, upon request, provide evidence of the sharing of costs in the various schemes.

§ 55. The Municipal Council must determine and charge fees for all households in the municipality, including holiday homes and allotments, for coverage of the of the municipality's general administrative costs, including the costs associated with the administration of the authorizing arrangements, regulation, waste data-setting and regulation system, information, specific instructions about handling of household waste as well as planning and administration, that is not attributable to individual schemes, see. paragraph 3-7. The total fee income to cover the part of the municipality's costs for this administration and planning relating to households. The fee can be determined as an average fee for all households, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The Municipal Council can in charge the magazine determine the allocation of costs between different types of households, URf.eks. single family housing and floor properties as well as properties that are not used for year-round habitation.

(3). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for collection schemes for municipal waste in every household in the municipality, which are covered by the scheme. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme. For collection schemes in the form of pick up arrangements must be determined on the basis of the fee service arrangements made available for the household, defined either by the weight of the waste that is retrieved, the storage volume or discharge rate or a combination of these criteria, see. However, paragraph 2. There may be supplemented by additional criteria that reflect the individual household load of the system.

(4). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for collection schemes for paper, cardboard and glass in every household in the municipality, which are covered by the scheme. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme. The fee can be determined as an average fee, see. However, paragraph 2.

(5). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for collection systems for hazardous waste in every household in the municipality, which are covered by the scheme. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme. The fee can be determined as an average fee, see. However, paragraph 2.

(6). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for collection schemes for bulky waste and garden waste in every household in the municipality, which are covered by the scheme, see. However, paragraph 2. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme.

(7). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for households access to deliver waste at recycling centers. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme. The fee can be determined as an average fee for all households, see. However, paragraph 2.

(8). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for each collection scheme, as established in the municipality, which is not covered by paragraphs 3 to 7. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme.

section 56. The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for all enterprises in the municipality, which are not covered by section 60, paragraphs 1 to 3, for coverage of the municipality's general administrative costs, including the costs associated with the administration of the authorizing arrangements for companies, regulation, waste data-setting and regulation system, information, practical instructions on the management of waste from businesses as well as planning and administration, that is not attributable to individual waste schemes, see. paragraphs 2 to 4 and § 57. The total fee income to cover the share of the municipality's costs which relate to the companies. The fee shall be determined as an average fee for all businesses.


(2). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for collection systems for waste collection similar waste of all enterprises in the municipality, which are covered by the scheme. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme. The fee shall be determined on the basis of the service with the system shall be made available to the company, defined either by the weight of the waste that is retrieved, the storage volume, discharge rate or a combination of these criteria. There may be supplemented by additional criteria that reflect each company's load of the system.

(3). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for collection schemes for incineration and landfill hazardous waste suitable for all enterprises in the municipality, which are covered by the scheme. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme. The fee must be differentiated according to criteria that reflect each company's load of the system.

(4). The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee for each collection scheme, as established in the municipality, which is not covered by paragraphs 2 and 3 and § § 57-59. The fee shall include the costs of administration of the scheme.

§ 57. The Municipal Council must establish and charge a fee with the companies that make use of the offer to dispose of waste at recycling sites, see. section 40 (1). The fee shall include all costs associated with the scheme for businesses, including expenses for the administration of the scheme.

(2). The Municipal Council determines whether payment for access to pay per visit or as payment for a subscription or combinations thereof.

(3). Whichever model is chosen, separate hazardous waste from other waste and settled with regard to this waste treatment costs.

§ 58. If the Municipal Board shall organise the scheme referred to in article 6. § 57, as payment to payment per visit, reflect the individual enterprise delivered the species and quantities of waste. When payment is distinguished as a minimum between two species: hazardous waste and other waste. To be used for the estimation of the delivered quantity of other waste may be weighing of waste, inventory can be based on the size of the vehicle used by the visit, including whether the vehicle has a trailer mounted, or the delivered quantity can be determined otherwise.

(2). If the Municipal Board shall organise the scheme as the payment of a subscription, the Municipal Council organise the scheme in such a way that there is a close correlation between the payment for the subscription and the amount of waste from the individual company.

(3). In the situation referred to in paragraph 2, to the Municipal Council for the purpose of calculating the fee using the measurements of the real volumes of waste from businesses, as they will be uncovered through user surveys, see. section 59, to fix the payment for the subscription.

(4). The Municipal Council may, by means of its determination of the fee in the situation referred to in paragraph 2, add industry codes listed in annex 10 to the reason for its fee-setting.

section 59. If the Municipal Board shall organise the scheme as the payment of a subscription, see. section 58 (2) of the Municipal Council must ensure that not later than 1 July each year. October is conducted user surveys on the recycling centers, as the municipality's citizens and companies use. User studies will form the basis for the allocation of costs between households and companies and contain statements of the quantities of waste that different categories of businesses actually delivered on genbrugspladsen.

section 60. The Municipal Council may not charge any fee at companies, see. However, paragraph 6, where the company's industry group code is set out in annex 8, and where the company on the p-number address has 0-1 employees. In the inventory of the number of employees, the owner of the company counts with, if the owner carries out work for the company. The Municipal Council may not charge any fee at the professional fishermen regardless of number of employees.

(2). The Municipal Council may not charge any fee at companies, see. However, paragraph 6, where the company's corporate form is set out in annex 9, paragraph 1, and where the company on the p-number address has 0 workers or Annex 9, paragraph 2, regardless of the number of employees in the company.

(3). The Municipal Council may not charge any fee at companies, see. However, paragraph 6, as against Municipal Council prove that they have a yearly tax revenue or payroll less than 300,000 USD Turnover is calculated for the income year, which is two years before the fee this year. The Municipal Council exempts businesses with tax revenue during 300,000 DKK based on information that the municipality shall request from the TAX. For public institutions and companies is calculated as the sum of turnover, payroll and operating expenses.

(4). The Municipal Council may exempt companies from one or more of the charges under section 56, paragraphs 1 to 4, if the Municipal Council may provide for the reason that the company does not have a proper waste production.

(5). The Municipal Council may provide an annual cut-off date for when the request for exemption under paragraphs 3 and 4 shall be received at the municipality. The Municipal Council is putting information about the cutoff date on its website and communicates this in any other way to companies. Of this information, indicate that there will be disregarded requests for exemptions after the cutoff date. The company must have at least 8 weeks from that date the first time emerges from the municipality's website and is communicated in any other way for businesses to apply for exemption.

(6). If a company is exempt from payment according to the rules laid down in paragraphs 1 to 4, use one or more municipal waste systems, the company must pay the fee for the arrangements in question, see. § § 56-57, including the General administration costs, see. section 56 (1).

Provisions for future investments



section 61. In determining the fees can commune inclusion provisions for planned investments, if 1) Municipal Council has taken a decision on investments for the renovation, rebuilding or establishment of new plants, 2) Municipal Board's decision is taken on the basis of a budget for the investment scale and a plan for financing investment, and 3) investment reflected in the existing waste management plan, see. section 15 (1) (8). 7. the provisions of paragraph 2. There may be provisions for investment of up to 5 years after the investment decision is taken.

Chapter 9, section 62 the landfill of waste. Producers of waste and waste holders must not dilute or mix the waste with the aim to fulfil the conditions for the delivery of waste to the landfill, see. Ordinance on landfills.

section 63. Producers of waste and waste holders must not deliver the following waste going to landfill: 1) Wastes in liquid form, however, not sludge.

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

3) clinical waste, see. Annex 2.

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

5) Shredded tires.

6) waste which has not been subjected to pre-treatment, see. § 3, nr. 23. The requirement for pre-treatment prior to disposal can, however, be waived in the case of the Municipal Council, if a preprocessing will not reduce the amount of waste or the dangers for human health or the environment.

Chapter 10 Commercial waste and industrial waste sorted source suitable for material recovery section 64. Waste-producing companies to sort their waste, see source. However, § 65, (5) and (6) and section 66.

section 65. Waste-producing companies must always udsortere hazardous waste, PCB-containing waste and double glazing from their construction and demolition.

(2). In addition to the requirement in paragraph 1 means the requirement for source sorting, see. § 64, in respect of the construction and demolition, to the waste-producing companies on the spot should sort the waste in at least the following factions, see. However, paragraphs 5 and 6:1) natural stone, URf.eks. granite and flint.

2) Unglazed tile (wall and roof tiles).

3) Concrete.

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

5) Iron and metal.

6) Plaster.

7) rock wool.

8) Land.

9) Asphalt.

10) mixtures of concrete and asphalt.

(3). If the double glazing occurs, the waste-producing activities to ensure that these are dealt with and, if possible, be recycled shall be prepared for reuse or recycled. Double glazed Windows, which are not suitable for reuse or recycling, must be destroyed or deposited.

(4). Waste-producing companies must know the sorting of waste fractions covered by paragraph 2, nr. 1-4, ensure that everything else than mortar and possibly rebar is discarded, including the PCB-containing material is identified and discarded.

(5). The waste-producing undertaking may not sort in fractions, see. (2) where the total amount of waste from that construction work does not exceed 1 tonne. The waste will be allocated in such a case, the Councillor for sorting.

(6). The waste-producing undertaking may notwithstanding paragraph 2 let unsorted construction and demolition, which is suitable for material recovery, sort of a sorting plant, which is registered in the register of waste referred to in article 6. Ordinance on waste register and approving as collector, as the collection company with pre-treatment plants.


§ 66. Waste-producing undertakings may transfer the food waste in its original packaging for a company that is registered in the register of waste collection company with pre-treatment facilities or recycling facilities, and as after pre-processing ensures handling of packaging in accordance with the applicable rules to that effect and energy utilization of food waste and subsequent use thereof for agricultural purposes.

section 67. Waste-producing establishments should ensure that essential parts of their source sorted industrial waste which is suitable for material recovery, including recyclable PVC-waste, waste of recyclable paper, cardboard, carton and papmaterialer and derivatives thereof as well as recyclable packaging waste of glass, plastic, metal and wood, prepared for recycling, recycled or used for other final material recovery.

section 68. Waste-producing establishments must fulfil the obligation under section 67, either by itself on an ongoing basis to prepare the waste for reuse, recycle waste, or apply it to time Finally, material recovery, or as needed, see. However, paragraph 3, to transfer the waste to one of the following: 1) a recycling facility or a facility that prepares waste for recycling, which is registered in the register of waste.

2) A fundraising business.

3) a company may fail to register in accordance with the Ordinance on waste register and approving as collector.

4) a municipal treatment plant, which is registered in the register of waste.

5) a municipal recycling center or a municipal system in accordance with sections 41 and 42.

(2). Enterprises and facilities can notwithstanding paragraph 1, the export source sorted industrial waste suitable for material recovery to a facility located abroad in accordance with the rules laid down in the regulation on shipments of waste and the Ordinance on movements of wastes or ensure recycling or other final material recovery of recyclable waste in accordance with other legislation.

(3). Business waste suitable for material recovery must be kept at a maximum of the waste-producing company in one year.

(4). The waste-producing undertaking shall, at the request of the local authority or the environmental protection agency to produce evidence that the waste is handled in accordance with paragraph 1 or 2.

section 69. Collectors who receive source sorted industrial waste which is suitable for material recovery, assuming responsibility under section 67 to ensure that waste is prepared for recycling, recycled or used for other final material recovery.

(2). The collector, as referred to in paragraph 1 takes over the responsibility for waste treatment in accordance with paragraph 1 shall ensure that the conclusion of a written agreement with the transferring the waste, thereof. Thereof shall specify which type of waste or waste streams, as the agreement covers, and the amount thereof.

(3). The party, which entrusts the waste for further handling, may decide not to enter into a written agreement. This applies, however, only if the information is set out in paragraph 2 by an invoice, which shall be kept by the, which entrusts responsibility for the waste.

(4). Not an agreement shall be concluded in accordance with paragraph 2, and such an agreement not be replaced by an invoice in accordance with paragraph 3, shall be deemed to be waste to be delivered to a waste carrier.

(5). Collectors shall, at the request of the local authority or the environmental protection agency to produce evidence that the waste, which the company has taken over responsibility for, are used for material recovery or transferred to an establishment or plant, as referred to in section 68, paragraphs 1 and 2.

Chapter 11 specific rules on hazardous waste from businesses section 70. Companies that produce hazardous waste, apart from the wastes of an explosive nature, must review the waste to the Municipal Council.

(2). A notification shall include information on the type of waste (EWC-code) as well as the quantity of waste, packaging, composition and properties.

§ 71. Waste conveyors transporting hazardous waste, and dealers and brokers of hazardous waste, which does not have to report to the Waste data system, must keep a register of transported amount and type of hazardous waste (EWC-code), the hazardous waste producer and return location. Register information and documentation for this information shall be kept for 3 years.

(2). Waste conveyors transporting hazardous waste, and dealers and brokers of hazardous waste shall, at the request of the environmental protection agency or municipal supply information from the register and the documentation for this information.

section 72. Companies that produce wastes of an explosive nature, must ensure that the waste is managed environmentally responsible on an authorised facility or in areas designated and approved by the environmental authorities.

section 73. 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, if there is no authorised pursuant to law or regulations issued pursuant to the law.

§ 74. Companies that produce hazardous waste, must ensure that hazardous waste is properly packaged as necessary in relation to the waste composition, quantity, weight, volume, etc.

§ 75. Companies that produce oil waste in the form of industrial oil or lubricating oil of mineral origin, particularly from combustion engines and transmission systems, as well as mineral oil for engines, turbines and hydraulics, to ensure that essential parts of the waste oil management the purpose of regeneration to the base oil.

(2). The obligation under paragraph 1 must be fulfilled by entering into agreements with companies that collect waste oil for the purpose of regeneration, or with facilities that reprocess waste oils by regeneration to the base oil.

Chapter 12 information obligations in the handling of industrial waste section 76. Collectors must inform it, as the source sorted recyclable waste is collected for business, though: 1) contact information for the environmental protection agency, which the company has received approval of the collection, see. Ordinance on waste register and approving as collector, and which oversees the company's work in Denmark, or for business and growth, the Ministry's electronic contact point (PSCs), see. section 16 of the law on services in the internal market.

2) name and address of the environmental protection agency, which leads the waste data system, see. Ordinance on waste data system, or for business and growth, the Ministry's electronic contact point (PSCs), see. section 16 of the law on services in the internal market.

3) the possible associations as the collection company is a member of.

(2). If the company, as the reusable industrial waste is collected for, request it, the collection company the professional rules applicable to the conduct of the profession, and on how to get access to them.

(3). Information in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be made available or communicated in a clear and unambiguous and in good time before conclusion of the contract.

§ 77. Brokers, which arranges the recovery or disposal of industrial waste on behalf of others, to inform it, as a business waste is recovered or disposed of are arranged for whether: 1) name and address of the environmental protection agency, which leads the waste register, see. Ordinance on waste register and approving as collector, or for business and growth, the Ministry's electronic contact point (PSCs), see. section 16 of the law on services in the internal market.

2) the possible associations as the mediator, which arranges the recovery or disposal of commercial waste, is a member of.

(2). If the waste-producing activities, such as commercial waste is recovered or disposed of for organized, at the request of the mediator, shall provide information on the technical rules applicable to the conduct of the profession, and on how to get access to them.

(3). Information in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be made available or communicated in a clear and unambiguous and in good time before the business waste is recovered or disposed of are arranged.

Chapter 13 Special rules for private and professional property developers identification of PCB in buildings and facilities and review of waste section 78. By the following construction work to the developer, before work starts, carry out a screening of the building or facility or any part thereof concerned by renovation, to uncover whether there can be used PCB-containing materials in connection with the construction or renovation of the building or facility: 1) the renovation or demolition of buildings and installations or parts thereof which are built or renovated in the period 1950 to 1977 If the renovation or demolition concerns more than 10 m2 of a building or a facility, or if the work produces more than one tonne of waste.

2) Replacement of double glazing that can be produced during the period from 1950 to 1977.

(2). A construction work relating to multiple buildings or facilities must be assessed as a whole.

(3). Screening, in accordance with paragraph 1, shall be made by completing the screening form for PCBS in annex 11.

§ 79. If there is no answer no to all questions in the screening form for PCBS in annex 11, the developer make a mapping of the parts of a building or a facility, which may contain PCBS.

section 80. Before the construction work covered by section 78 (1), the client submit a written notification to the Municipal Council.

(2). A review of the basic regulation. paragraph 1 shall be submitted at the same time as an application or a notification in accordance with the building regulations, or at the latest 2 weeks before construction work starts.


(3). A review of the basic regulation. (1) must be in accordance with §§ 81 and 82.

§ 81. A notification relating to a construction work which are solely within the scope of the obligation, within the meaning of screening. section 78 (1), shall as a minimum contain the following information: 1) the developer's name and address.

2) Date.

3) Developer's signature.

4) the property's address and cadastral designation.

5) of build and any renoveringsår.

6) Screening scheme for PCB, see. Annex 11.

7) the expected quantities and types of waste.

8) the expected treatment or use of the waste or the expected recipient of the waste.

section 82. A notification relating to a construction work covered by mapping the obligation referred to in article 6. section 79, shall as a minimum contain the following information: 1) the developer's name and address.

2) Date.

3) Developer's signature.

4) Name and address of anyone who has done the mapping.

5) Date for the mapping.

6) the property's address and cadastral designation.

7) of build and any renoveringsår.

8) Result of analysis of representative samples of material and a description of the Visual assessment, provided the basis for material tests.

9) the existence and the amount of PCB-containing materials.

10) location of PCB-containing materials specified with image or drawing, where doubts can arise.

11) How PCB-containing material through marking, signage or other actions are identified.

12) How PCB-containing material is planned removed and handled.

13) the expected quantities and types of waste.

14) the expected treatment or use of the waste or the expected recipient of the waste.

section 83. At construction sites, which are not covered by article 78, paragraph 1, should the developer submitting a written notification to the local authority no later than 2 weeks before construction work starts, if the renovation or demolition concerns more than 10 m2 of a building or a facility, or if the work generates more than 1 tonne of waste: 1) the developer's name and address.

2) Date.

3) Developer's signature.

4) the property's address and cadastral designation.

5) the expected quantities and types of waste.

6) the expected treatment or use of the waste or the expected recipient of the waste.

Chapter 14 Municipal treatment plant section 84. Municipal treatment plants may not carry out collection or treatment of industrial waste to material recovery sorted source, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). A municipal treatment plant, owned by a Municipal Council or a municipal community, can deal with source sorted industrial waste to material recovery from the municipality or municipalities ' own institutions and companies.

(3). A municipal treatment plant can process source sorted waste materials recovery from business undertakings other than those of paragraph 2 included, in so far as it is in accordance with one of the environmental protection agency approved notification, see. section 99.

§ 85. Municipal treatment plants may only provide it by the environmental protection agency approved treatment capacity on the market, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). Decreases the amount of household waste to material recovery, as the local authority or the municipal councils, which owns the plant, has responsibility for capacity, below the amount of household waste that was treated at the facility 26. February 2009, the freed-up capacity offered on the market.

(3). The effectiveness of the municipal treatment plant so that processing capacity is increased in the in the 26. February 2009 existing environmental approval requirements, etc., can discharge this additional treatment capacity offered on the market, where it is not possible to exploit it for the treatment of recyclable household waste, as the local authority or the municipal councils, which owns the plant, has responsibility for capacity.

Accounting requirements



§ 86. A municipal treatment facility that treats industrial waste to material recovery sorted source shall maintain separate accounts for the activities in connection with the treatment of industrial waste to the sorted source material recovery, which are not covered by section 84, paragraph 2, and other wastes.

(2). The preparation of financial statements in accordance with paragraph 1, the income and expenses, to the extent possible, be assigned to the separate activities. To the extent this is not possible, the costs shall be allocated proportionally between the activities on the basis of the quantities and types of waste.

(3). Preparation of accounts must be done according to the rules laid down in the notice on the local government budget and accounting, auditing, etc., or if the installation is operated by a limited liability or anpartsselskab or a trader Fund in accordance with the Danish financial statements Act.

(4). Accounts for the separate activities must be submitted to the environmental protection agency on an annual basis not later than 30 days after they are audited by the auditor and approved by the installation's responsible leadership.

section 87. A municipal treatment facility that treats industrial waste to material recovery sorted source, must provide this treatment on the market, in accordance with article 3. However, § 85. The municipal treatment plants shall set the price of treatment in such a way that the annual income from the treatment of such waste, as a minimum, cover the cost of treatment, which are stated in the financial statements under section 86.

(2). The municipal treatment plants must report the collected prices for treatment of other source material recovery, industrial waste sorted than wastes covered by section 84, paragraph 2, and for the treatment of other waste at the plant in the financial year to the environmental protection agency while transmission of the accounting for the environmental protection agency under section 86, paragraph 4.

Chapter 15 the Benchmarking of waste incineration and landfill section 88. In paragraph 2 specified facility that deposits and burning waste, every year by 1. June of the previous year, report the information set out in annex 3 to the environmental protection agency.

(2). Reportable plant are: 1) incineration plants: Dedicated incinerators, where at least 80% of the energy produced from waste, and where plant tightens not mainly burning hazardous waste.

2) Other combustion installations not covered by nr. 1, which burn more than 20,000 tonnes of waste per year, including plants which mainly Burns hazardous waste, other than plants alone Burns sludge.

3) landfill approved to accept waste in accordance with the requirements of the Ordinance on landfills, however, not works of seabed sediments.

(3). Representatives, URf.eks. in the form of associations or similar, for reportable plant must review and describe similarities and differences in the environmental, energy and economic efficiency, when requested by the environmental protection agency. The environmental protection agency, upon request, provide assistance to the representatives.

(4). The environmental protection agency publishes on www.mst.dk each year by 1. November a benchmarking on the basis of the information notified under paragraph 1 and the examination and the description in accordance with paragraph 3.

(5). The environmental protection agency exempt installations, see. (1) in order to transmit information by 1. June is reported for the previous year in a green company after notice of certain companies ' submission of environmental information.

Chapter 16 The national regulation database section 89. The environmental protection agency carries out the development, operation, maintenance and administration of the national database of municipal waste regulations.

section 90. The national regulation database aims to provide a comprehensive overview of existing municipal waste regulations.

section 91. The environmental protection agency will charge with municipal fee to cover the costs for the development, operation, maintenance and administration of the national regulation database. The fee represents a total of 147 € per 1,000 inhabitants annually and distributed per municipality proportionally after population per 1. January in charge this year. The fee shall be paid to the environmental protection agency once a year the 1. June.

(2). Fee rate referred to in paragraph 1 shall apply to costs referred to in paragraph 1. The fee applies to 2013 and will be adjusted annually on 1 October. January on the basis of the latest published price-and lønindeks in the Ministry of finance, Economic Administrative Guidance. The current fee rate published on the environmental protection agency's website www.mst.dk.

Chapter 17 Supervision section 92. The Municipal Council responsible for supervising compliance with the provisions of this Ordinance are complied with, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). When the environmental protection agency shall take decisions in accordance with this Ordinance, will lead the environmental protection agency compliance with these decisions.

Chapter 18 Administrative provisions of § 93. Decisions after this Ordinance cannot be brought before another administrative authority.

Chapter 19 Penalty section 94. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the legislation, is punishable by a fine anyone who 1) fails to supply information according to § 11, 2) violates regulations laid down by the local authority under section 19 (1) and (2) section 21 (1) and (2) and section 22, paragraphs 1 and 2, 3) fails to use the mechanisms established under section 24, paragraph 1, 4) fails to comply with the Municipal Board's specific instructions under section 24 (6) section 39 (1), (2). paragraph, or section 47 (1), (2). paragraph, 5) fails to sort in accordance with the arrangements laid down in the regulation referred to in article 6. § 39, paragraph 2, 6) delivering waste at recycling space in contravention of section 40 (1), (3). PT.,


7) fails to demonstrate that the waste is handled in accordance with the municipal board fixed and established schemes, see. § 39, paragraph 3, and § 49 paragraph 1, 8) fails to notify the Municipal Board on significant changes in waste quantity, composition or properties, see. section 49, paragraph 2, 9) burn waste at a non-approved installations, see. 50, paragraph 1, 10) give off false information in documentation over to the Municipal Council, see. section 60, paragraph 3, 11) diluent or mixing the waste with the aim to fulfil the conditions for the delivery of waste to the landfill, see. § 62, 12) return the waste to the landfill in violation of section 63, nr. 1-6, 13) fails to source sort waste regulation. § 64, 14) fails to sort the construction and demolition or neglect to follow the Municipal Board's instructions, see. § 65, paragraphs 1 to 4, and 5, paragraph 2. point, 15) fails to ensure that essential parts of their source sorted industrial waste which is suitable for material recovery, prepared for recycling, recycled or used for other final material recovery, see. section 67 and paragraph 69, see. section 67, 16) fail to deliver source sorted industrial waste which is suitable for material recovery, as prescribed in section 68, paragraphs 1 and 2, 17) store industrial waste which is suitable for material recovery, in more than one year, see. section 68, paragraph 3, 18) fails to comply with a request from the local authority under section 68 (4), to provide evidence that the waste is handled in accordance with section 68, paragraphs 1 and 2, 19) fail to conclude a written agreement or make use of the invoice with the specified information, see. § 69, paragraphs 2 and 3, 20) fails to comply with a request from the local authority under section 69, paragraph 5, to provide evidence that the waste, which the company has taken over responsibility for is used for material recovery or is transferred to an establishment or an installation as referred to in section 68, paragraphs 1 and 2, 21) fails to notify the generation of hazardous waste regulation. section 70 (1), 22) fails to keep a register under section 71, paragraph 1, 23) fails to supply information from the register and the documentation for this information, see. section 71, paragraph 2, 24) fails to ensure that wastes of an explosive nature handled environmentally sound, see. § 72, 25) fails to ensure that hazardous waste is not diluted or mixed with other wastes, see. section 73, 26) fails to ensure that hazardous waste is properly packaged, see. § 74, 27) fails to ensure the sound management of waste oils without prejudice. section 75 (1) and (2) 28) fails to deliver the in section 76, paragraph 1, and section 77, paragraph 1, specified information, including clear, unambiguous and in good time, without prejudice. section 76, paragraph 3, and section 77, paragraph 3, 29) fails to provide information about professional rules, see. section 76, paragraph 2, and section 77, paragraph 2, 30) fail to carry out screening, see. § 78, 31) fails to carry out mapping, see. section 79, 32) fail to notify by means of the basic regulation. section 80, and include the section 81 or § 82 specified information, 33) fails to submit the notification, see. section 83, 34) collects or treats the source ordered industrial waste to material recovery in contravention of section 84, paragraph 1, 35) provider, treatment of industrial waste to material recovery sorted source contrary to section 85, 36) fails to maintain separate accounts, see. § 86, paragraphs 1-3, 37) fails to submit financial statements in a timely manner to the environmental protection agency, see. section 86, paragraph 4, 38) fails to provide treatment under market conditions, see. section 87, paragraph 1, 39) fails to report the collected prices, see. section 87 (2), 40) fails to report information, see. § 88, paragraph 1, 41) fails to review and describe similarities and differences in the environmental, energy and economic efficiency, see. § 88, paragraph 3, 1. paragraph, or 42) overrides the conditions attached to a licence, permit or dispensation after publication.

(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence, and if the infringement is 1) caused damage to the environment or caused danger therefore or 2) achieved or intended an economic advantage for the person himself or others, including savings.

(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

Chapter 20 entry into force and transitional provisions § 95. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2013.

(2). Executive Order No. 1415 by 12. December 2011 on waste shall be repealed, without prejudice to article. However, paragraph 3.

(3). The existing rules shall continue to apply for the transmission of data to the Waste data system made before 1 May 2004. January 2013.

section 96. The Municipal Council must adopt the first waste management plan in accordance with this notice no later than the 1. January 2014. Plan to apply in the period 2014-2018 and shall cover the period 2014-2024, both years inclusive.

section 97. If the Municipal Council on 1 October. January 2013 have not drawn up a regulation for industrial waste, which offers both companies which are domiciled in the municipality, and companies who are not domiciled in the municipality, including foreign companies, access to at least one recycling center, see. section 40 (1), apply until the regulation is amended in accordance with this Decree, the following: 1) companies which are domiciled in the municipality, and companies who are not domiciled in the municipality, including foreign companies, must have access to at least one recycling center in the municipality.

2) businesses in nr. 1 must have access to the recycled square with waste in nature similar to it, households have access to.

3) enterprises that are not domiciled in the municipality, shall otherwise have access on the same terms as undertakings which are domiciled in the municipality.

4) companies using the offer, must pay the fee after the municipality's charge sheet for companies ' use of recycling sites.

section 98. Until 15. January 2013 can written notification referred to in article 6. sections 80 and 83, shall be submitted to the Municipal Council while or until a week after the construction work covered by section 78 (1) and § 83 starts.

(2). Until 1. February 2013 can written notification, see. sections 80 and 83, shall be submitted to the Municipal Council, while a construction work covered by section 78 (1) and § 83 starts.

section 99. Cases pending for approval of municipal treatment fixed continued treatment of source sorted recyclable industrial waste reported under section 95 in Decree No. 48 of 13. January 2010 on waste completed in accordance with the rules in section 96 of the bekendtgoerelse nr. 48 of 13. January 2010 on waste.

The Ministry of the environment, the 18. December 2012 Ida Auken/Claus T. ...



Annex 1



Table of contents for the waste Ordinance



Chapter overview







Chapter 1:





The scope of the







Chapter 2:





Definitions







Chapter 3:





Classification







Chapter 4:





Municipal waste management-waste hierarchy







Chapter 5:





Municipal waste planning







Chapter 6:





Municipal waste regulations







Chapter 7:





Municipal waste systems







Chapter 8:





Principles of Municipal Board's determination and collection of fees







Chapter 9:





The landfill of waste







Chapter 10:





Industrial waste and industrial waste sorted source suitable for material recovery







Chapter 11:





Special rules on hazardous waste from businesses







Chapter 12:





Accountability in connection with the handling of industrial waste







Chapter 13:





Special rules for private and professional property developers identification of PCB in buildings and facilities and review of waste







Chapter 14:





Municipal treatment plant








Chapter 15:





Benchmarking of waste incineration and landfill







Chapter 16:





The national regulation database







Chapter 17:





Supervision







Chapter 18:





Administrative provisions







Chapter 19:





Penalty







Chapter 20:





Entry into force and transitional provisions





 

 





Document history







Annex 1:





Table of contents







Annex 2:





The list of wastes referred to in article 6. § 2 (1)







Annex 3:





Information that must be reported to use for benchmarking, see. section 88 (1)







Annex 4:





Properties and percentage thresholds that makes waste-hazardous







Annex 5 (A):





Forms and methods of disposal referred to in article 6. § 3, nr. 14







Annex 5 (B):





Forms and methods of recovery, see. § 3, nr. 40







Annex 6:





Standard regulations for household waste, see. section 19, paragraph 3







Annex 7:





Standard regulations for commercial waste, see. section 19, paragraph 3







Annex 8:





Exemption for waste fees – branch codes, see. section 60 (1)







Annex 9:





Exemption for waste fees-business forms, see. section 60 (2)







Annex 10:

Annex 11:





Industry codes that include builders and landscapers, see. section 58, paragraph 4

Screening schedule for the PCB, see. section 78, paragraph 3













Annex 2



The list of wastes referred to in article 6. section 2, paragraph 1, Introduction

The list of waste shall implement the European waste catalogue (EWC), drawn up in accordance with Council Directive 75/442/EEC on waste. The list is a non-exhaustive list of wastes.

The fact that a substance or article listed, does not mean that the substance or article is waste in all circumstances. There is only talk about waste, when the definition of waste in article 2 are met.

Waste, as listed and marked in bold qualify as hazardous waste when the criteria are met, as referred to in annex 4. § 3, nr. 22. Waste types in the list must not be read independently of the section they appear in.

TABLE of CONTENTS EWC-code





Type of waste







01





Waste resulting from the prospecting, mining, extraction and physical and chemical treatment of minerals







02





Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, forestry, hunting and fishing, as well as the manufacture and processing of foodstuffs







03





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







04





Wastes from the leather, fur and textile industries







05





Wastes from petroleum refining, natural gas purification and pyrolytic treatment 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 printing inks







09





Wastes from the photographic industry







10





Wastes from thermal processes







11





Wastes from chemical surface treatment and coating of metals and other materials, as well as wastes from hydrometallurgical processes







12





Wastes 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, cloths, filter materials and protective clothing not otherwise specified







16





Wastes not otherwise specified in the list







17





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







18





Waste from medical or veterinary practices and/or related research (except kitchen and canteen waste which is not directly related to patient care)







19





Wastes from waste treatment plants, waste water treatment plant 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





WASTE RESULTING FROM THE PROSPECTING, MINING, EXTRACTION AND PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF MINERALS





 

 





01 01





Waste from the mining of minerals





 



01 01 01






Wastes from mineral metalliferous excavation





 



01 01 02





Waste from mineral non-metalliferous minerals





 

 

 





01 03





Wastes from physical and chemical processing of metalliferous minerals





 





01 03 04









Acid-forming tailings from processing of sulphide ore







 





01 03 05









Other tailings containing dangerous substances







 



01 03 06





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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





01 04





Wastes from physical and chemical processing of non-metalliferous minerals





 





01 04 07









Wastes containing dangerous substances from physical and chemical processing of non-metalliferous minerals







 



01 04 08





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





 



01 04 09





Discarded sand and clay





 



01 04 10





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





 



01 04 11





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





 



01 04 12





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





 



01 04 13





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





 



01 04 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





01 05





Drilling muds and other drilling wastes





 



01 05 04





Freshwater drilling muds and wastes





 





01 05 05









Oil-containing drilling muds and wastes







 





01 05 06









Drilling muds and other drilling wastes containing dangerous substances







 



01 05 07





Barite-containing drilling muds and wastes other than those mentioned in 01 05 05, and 01 05 06





 



01 05 08





Chloride-containing drilling muds and wastes other than those mentioned in 01 05 05, and 01 05 06





 



01 05 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





02





WASTES FROM AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, AQUACULTURE, FORESTRY, HUNTING AND FISHING, AS WELL AS THE MANUFACTURE AND PROCESSING OF FOODSTUFFS





 

 

 





02 01





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





 

 

 



 



02 01 01





Sludges from washing and cleaning





 



02 01 02





Waste in the form of animal tissue parts





 



02 01 03





Waste in the form of plant-tissue parts





 



02 01 04





Waste plastics (except packaging)





 



02 01 06





Animal faeces, urine and manure (including soiled straw), liquid waste collected separately and treated outside the production site





 



02 01 07





Wastes from forestry





 





02 01 08









Agrochemical containing dangerous substances







 



02 01 09





Agrochemical waste other than those mentioned in 02 01 08





 



02 01 10





Metal waste





 



02 01 99






Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





02 02





Wastes 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 in the form of animal tissue parts





 



02 02 03





Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing





 



02 02 04





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 



02 02 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





02 03





Wastes from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea, tobacco and canned food as well as from the production of yeast and yeast extract and from production and fermentation of molasses





 



02 03 01





Sludges from washing, cleaning, peeling, centrifuging and separation





 



02 03 02





Wastes from preserving agents





 



02 03 03





Wastes from solvent extraction





 



02 03 04





Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing





 



02 03 05





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 



02 03 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





02 04





Waste of sugar manufacture





 



02 04 01





Soil from cleaning and washing beet





 



02 04 02





Calcium carbonate, which do not comply with the specifications





 



02 04 03





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 



02 04 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





02 05





Wastes from the manufacture of dairy products





 



02 05 01





Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing





 



02 05 02





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 



02 05 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





02 06





Wastes from the baking and confectionery industry





 



02 06 01





Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing





 



02 06 02





Wastes from preserving agents





 



02 06 03





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 



02 06 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





02 07





Wastes from the production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (except coffee, tea and cocoa)





 



02 07 01





Wastes from washing, cleaning and mechanical chopping of raw materials





 



02 07 02





Wastes from spirits distillation





 



02 07 03





Wastes from chemical treatment





 



02 07 04





Materials unsuitable for consumption or processing





 



02 07 05





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 



02 07 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





03





WASTES FROM WOOD PROCESSING AND THE PRODUCTION OF PANELS AND FURNITURE, PULP, PAPERBOARD AND PULP





 

 

 





03 01





Wastes from wood processing and the production of panels and furniture





 



03 01 01





Bark and cork waste





 





03 01 04









Sawdust, shavings, cuttings, lumber, particle board and veneer containing dangerous substances







 



03 01 05





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





 



03 01 99





Other 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 organic metal 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





Wastes from the preparation and processing of paper pulp, paper and cardboard





 



03 03 01





Bark and wood waste





 



03 03 02





Green liquor sludge (from recovery of cooking liquor)





 



03 03 05





Sludge from afsværtning of paper recycling





 



03 03 07





Mechanical separation rejekt from solution of waste paper and cardboard





 



03 03 08





Wastes from sorting of paper and cardboard destined for recycling





 



03 03 09





Lime sludge waste





 



03 03 10





Fibre rejects, fibre-, mechanical separation filler-and coating-sludges from waste product,





 



03 03 11





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 03 03 10





 



03 03 99





Other 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





Wastes from skavning and cleavage with lime





 



04 01 02





Waste from lime treatment





 





04 01 03









Wastes from degreasing, containing solvents without a liquid phase







 



04 01 04





Tanning liquor containing chromium





 



04 01 05





Without chromium tanning liquor





 



04 01 06





Sludges, in particular from on-site effluent treatment containing chromium production site





 



04 01 07





Sludges, in particular from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, without chromium





 



04 01 08





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





 



04 01 09





Wastes from dressing and finishing





 



04 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





04 02





Wastes from the textile industry





 



04 02 09





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





 



04 02 10





Organic matter from natural products (e.g. grease, wax)





 





04 02 14









Wastes from finishing containing organic solvents







 



04 02 15





Finishing wastes 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



04 02 20





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 04 02 19





 



04 02 21






Wastes from unprocessed textile fibres





 



04 02 22





Wastes from processed textile fibres





 



04 02 99





Other 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









Bottom sludge tanks







 





05 01 04









Sour alkylslam







 





05 01 05









Oil spills







 





05 01 06









Oily sludges from maintenance operations of the plant or equipment







 





05 01 07









Solution of tar







 





05 01 08









Other forms of tar







 





05 01 09









Sludges from on-site effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



05 01 10





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 05 01 09





 





05 01 11









Wastes from cleaning of fuels with bases







 





05 01 12









Oil containing acids







 



05 01 13





Sludges from boiler feed water





 



05 01 14





Waste from cooling columns





 





05 01 15









Spent filter clays







 



05 01 16





Sulphur-containing wastes from petroleum desulphurisation





 



05 01 17





Bitumen





 



05 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





05 06





Waste from the pyrolytic treatment of coal





 





05 06 01









Solution of tar







 





05 06 03









Other forms of tar







 



05 06 04





Waste from cooling columns





 



05 06 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





05 07





Wastes from cleaning and transport of natural gas





 





05 07 01









Mercury-containing waste







 



05 07 02





Sulphur-containing wastes





 



05 07 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06





WASTES FROM INORGANIC CHEMICAL PROCESSES





 

 

 





06 01





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





 





06 01 01









Sulphuric acid and sulphurous







 





06 01 02









Hydrochloric acid







 





06 01 03









Hydrofluoric acid







 





06 01 04









Phosphoric acid and phosphorsyrling







 





06 01 05










Nitric acid and NO2−







 





06 01 06









Other acids







 



06 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 02





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





 





06 02 01









Calcium hydroxide







 





06 02 03









Ammonium hydroxide







 





06 02 04









Sodium and potassium hydroxide







 





06 02 05









Other bases







 



06 02 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 03





Wastes from the mfsu of salts and their solutions and metallic oxides





 





06 03 11









Solid salts containing cyanides and their solutions







 





06 03 13









Solid salts and their solutions containing heavy metals







 



06 03 14





Solid salts and their 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 04





Metal-containing 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 05





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 





06 05 02









Sludges from on-site effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



06 05 03





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, 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, as well as from the desulphurisation processes





 





06 06 02









Wastes containing dangerous sulphides







 



06 06 03





Containing sulphides wastes other than those mentioned in 06 06 02





 



06 06 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 07





Wastes from the mfsu of halogens and halogen chemical processes





 





06 07 01









Waste containing asbestos from electrolysis







 





06 07 02









Activated carbon from chlorproduktion







 





06 07 03









Mercury-containing sludge is then carefully







 





06 07 04









Solutions and acids, URf.eks. contact acid







 



06 07 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 08






Wastes from the mfsu of silicon and Silicon derivatives





 





06 08 02









Wastes containing dangerous Silicones







 



06 08 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 09





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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 10





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





 





06 10 02









Wastes containing dangerous substances







 



06 10 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





06 11





Wastes from the manufacture of inorganic pigments and opacificiers





 



06 11 01





Calcium-based reaction wastes from the manufacture of titanium dioxide





 



06 11 99





Other 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 of)







 



06 13 03





Carbon black





 





06 13 04









Wastes from asbestos processing







 





06 13 05









Sod







 



06 13 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





07





WASTES FROM ORGANIC CHEMICAL PROCESSES





 

 

 





07 01





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





 





07 01 01









Wash water and aqueous liquors







 





07 01 03









Halogenated organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 01 04









Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 01 07









Halogenated bottoms and reaction residues







 





07 01 08









Other 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



07 01 12





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 07 01 11





 



07 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





07 02





Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of plastics, synthetic rubber and man-made fibres





 





07 02 01










Wash water and aqueous liquors







 





07 02 03









Halogenated organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 02 04









Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 02 07









Halogenated bottoms and reaction residues







 





07 02 08









Other 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



07 02 12





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





07 03





Wastes from the mfsu of organic dyes and pigments (except 06 11)





 





07 03 01









Wash water and aqueous liquors







 





07 03 03









Halogenated organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 03 04









Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 03 07









Halogenated bottoms and reaction residues







 





07 03 08









Other 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



07 03 12





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 07 03 11





 



07 03 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





07 04





Wastes from the mfsu of organic plant protection products (except 02 01 08 and 02 01 09 of), preservatives (except 03 02) and other biocides





 





07 04 01









Wash water and aqueous liquors







 





07 04 03









Halogenated organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 04 04









Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 04 07









Halogenated bottoms and reaction residues







 





07 04 08










Other 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



07 04 12





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 07 04 11





 





07 04 13









Solid wastes containing dangerous substances







 



07 04 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





07 05





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





 





07 05 01









Wash water and aqueous liquors







 





07 05 03









Halogenated organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 05 04









Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 05 07









Halogenated bottoms and reaction residues







 





07 05 08









Other 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



07 05 12





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, 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





Other 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









Wash water and aqueous liquors







 





07 06 03









Halogenated organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 06 04









Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 06 07









Halogenated bottoms and reaction residues







 





07 06 08









Other 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



07 06 12





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 07 06 11





 



07 06 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





07 07





Wastes from the mfsu of fine chemicals and chemical products not otherwise specified





 






07 07 01









Wash water and aqueous liquors







 





07 07 03









Halogenated organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 07 04









Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors







 





07 07 07









Halogenated bottoms and reaction residues







 





07 07 08









Other 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 effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



07 07 12





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 07 07 11





 



07 07 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





08





WASTES FROM THE MANUFACTURE, FORMULATION, SUPPLY AND USE OF PAINTS, VARNISHES AND VITREOUS ENAMELS AS WELL AS ADHESIVES, SEALANTS AND PRINTING INKS





 

 

 





08 01





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





 





08 01 11









Paint and varnish containing halogenated 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









Wastes from paint or varnish removal containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances







 



08 01 18





Wastes from paint or varnish removal 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









Wastes from paint or varnish removal







 



08 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





08 02





Wastes from the manufacture, formulation, supply and use of other coating materials (including ceramic materials)





 



08 02 01





Waste from powder coating materials





 



08 02 02





Aqueous sludges containing ceramic materials





 



08 02 03





Aqueous suspensions containing ceramic materials





 



08 02 99





Other 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 from printing ink containing dangerous substances







 




08 03 13





Waste from inks, other than those mentioned in 08 03 12





 





08 03 14









Sludge from inks containing dangerous substances







 



08 03 15





Sludge from inks, other than those mentioned in 08 03 14





 





08 03 16









Waste etching fluids







 





08 03 17









Discarded toner containing dangerous substances







 



08 03 18





Discarded toner other than those mentioned in 08 03 17





 





08 03 19









Dispersing oil







 



08 03 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





08 04





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





 





08 04 09









Waste 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









Adhesives and sealants sludges containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances







 



08 04 12





Adhesives and sealants 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





08 05





Other wastes not specified elsewhere in 08





 





08 05 01









Isocyanataffald







 

 

 





09





WASTES FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHIC INDUSTRY





 

 

 





09 01





Wastes from the photographic industry





 





09 01 01









Water-based developer and activator solutions







 





09 01 02









Water-based Developer Suite for offset plates







 





09 01 03









Solvent-based Developer Suite







 





09 01 04









Fixer solutions







 





09 01 05









Bleach and bleach fixer solutions







 





09 01 06









Wastes from treatment of photographic waste at the place of production







 



09 01 07





Photographic film and paper containing silver or silver compounds





 



09 01 08





Photographic film and paper without silver or silver compounds





 



09 01 10





Single-use cameras without batteries





 





09 01 11









Single-use cameras containing batteries, which are included under 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 on-site reclamation of silver other than those mentioned in 09 01 06,







 



09 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10





WASTES 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 resulting from coal





 



10 01 03





Fly ash from peat and untreated wood





 





10 01 04









Fly ash and boiler dust originating from oil







 



10 01 05





Calcium-based reaction wastes from flue gas desulphurisation in solid form





 



10 01 07





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





 





10 01 09









Sulphuric 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









Wastes from flue-gas treatment containing dangerous substances







 



10 01 19





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





 





10 01 20









Sludges from on-site effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



10 01 21





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, 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





Sand from the fluid bed combustion





 



10 01 25





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





 



10 01 26





Wastes from cooling-water treatment





 



10 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 02





Wastes from the iron and steel industry





 



10 02 01





Wastes from the processing of slag





 



10 02 02





Unprocessed slag





 





10 02 07









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment containing dangerous substances







 



10 02 08





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





 



10 02 10





The filament should





 





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 flue-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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 03





Wastes from thermal-based aluminum plants





 



10 03 02





Anode wastes





 





10 03 04









Slags from primary production slags







 



10 03 05





Aluminum oxide waste





 





10 03 08









Salt slags from secondary production







 





10 03 09









Black drosses from secondary production







 





10 03 15









Skimmings that are flammable or which 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 manufacture







 



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 Mills) containing dangerous substances







 



10 03 22





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





 





10 03 23









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment containing dangerous substances







 



10 03 24





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





 





10 03 25









Sludges and filter cakes from flue-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









Waste from treatment of salt slags and black drosses containing dangerous substances







 



10 03 30





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





 



10 03 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 04





Wastes from thermal metallurgy





 





10 04 01









Slags from primary and secondary production







 





10 04 02









Dross and skimmings from primary and secondary production







 





10 04 03









Calciumarsenat







 





10 04 04









Flue-gas dust







 





10 04 05









Other particulates and dust







 





10 04 06









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment







 





10 04 07









Sludges and filter cakes from flue-gas treatment







 





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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 05





Wastes from thermal-based zinc works





 



10 05 01





Slags from primary and secondary production





 





10 05 03









Flue-gas dust







 



10 05 04





Other particulates and dust





 





10 05 05









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment







 





10 05 06









Sludges and filter cakes from flue-gas treatment







 





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 which upon 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 06





Wastes from thermal based copper works





 



10 06 01





Slags from primary and secondary production





 



10 06 02





Dross and skimmings from primary and secondary production





 





10 06 03









Flue-gas dust







 



10 06 04





Other particulates and dust





 





10 06 06









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment







 





10 06 07









Sludges and filter cakes from flue-gas treatment







 





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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 07





Wastes from thermal-based silver, gold and Platinum works





 



10 07 01





Slags from primary and secondary production





 



10 07 02





Dross and skimmings from primary and secondary production





 



10 07 03





Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment





 



10 07 04





Other particulates and dust





 



10 07 05





Sludges and filter cakes from flue-gas treatment





 





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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 08





Wastes from other thermal-based non-ferrous metal works





 



10 08 04





Particulates and dust





 





10 08 08









Salt slag from primary and secondary production







 



10 08 09





Other slags





 





10 08 10










Dross and skimmings that are flammable or which upon 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 manufacture







 



10 08 13





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





 



10 08 14





Anode wastes





 





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 flue-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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 09





Waste from iron foundries





 



10 09 03





Ovnslagge





 





10 09 05









Casting cores and moulds containing dangerous substances







 



10 09 06





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





 





10 09 07









Casting cores and moulds containing dangerous substances







 



10 09 08





Casting cores and moulds, 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 from binders containing dangerous substances







 



10 09 14





Waste from 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 10





Wastes from metal foundries





 



10 10 03





Ovnslagge





 





10 10 05









Casting cores and moulds containing dangerous substances







 



10 10 06





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





 





10 10 07









Casting cores and moulds containing dangerous substances







 



10 10 08





Casting cores and moulds, 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 from binders containing dangerous substances







 



10 10 14





Waste from 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 11





Wastes from manufacture of glass and glass products





 



10 11 03





Waste glass-based fibrous 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 the form of heavy metals (URf.eks. from cathode ray tubes)







 



10 11 12





Waste glass other than those mentioned in 10 11 11





 





10 11 13









Glass-polishing and-grinding sludge containing dangerous substances







 



10 11 14





Glass-polishing and-grinding sludge other than those mentioned in 10 11 13,





 





10 11 15









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment containing dangerous substances







 



10 11 16





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





 





10 11 17









Sludges and filter cakes from flue-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 wastes from on-site effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



10 11 20





Solid wastes from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 10 11 19





 



10 11 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 12





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





 



10 12 01





Waste preparation mixture before thermal processing





 



10 12 03





Particulates and dust





 



10 12 05





Sludges and filter cakes from flue-gas treatment





 



10 12 06





Discarded molds





 



10 12 08





Waste from the ceramic goods, bricks, tiles and construction products (after thermal processing)





 





10 12 09









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment containing dangerous substances







 



10 12 10





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





 





10 12 11









Wastes containing heavy metals







 



10 12 12





Wastes, other than those mentioned in 10 12 11





 



10 12 13





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production





 



10 12 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 13





Wastes from manufacture of cement, lime and mortar and products based thereon





 



10 13 01





Waste preparation mixture before thermal processing





 



10 13 04






Wastes from calcination and hydration of lime





 



10 13 06





Particulates and dust (except 10 13 12 and 10 13 13 of)





 



10 13 07





Sludges and filter cakes from flue-gas treatment





 





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 flue-gas treatment containing dangerous substances







 



10 13 13





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





 



10 13 14





Waste concrete and concrete sludge





 



10 13 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





10 14





Waste from crematoria





 





10 14 01









Waste from gas cleaning containing mercury







 

 

 





11





WASTES FROM CHEMICAL SURFACE TREATMENT AND COATING OF METALS AND OTHER MATERIALS AS WELL AS WASTE FROM NON-FERROUS HYDROMETALLURGICAL PROCESSES





 

 

 





11 01





Wastes from chemical surface treatment and coating of metals and other materials (URf.eks. Galvanic processes, zinc plating, pickling processes, etching, phosphatising, alkaline degreasing and anodizing)





 





11 01 05









Pickling acids







 





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









Wastes from degreasing containing dangerous substances







 



11 01 14





Wastes from degreasing, other than those mentioned in 11 01 13





 





11 01 15









Eluate and sludges from membrane and 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





11 02





Wastes from non-ferrous hydrometallurgical processes





 





11 02 02









Sludges from zinc hydrometallurgy (including jarosite, goethite) 11 02 03





Wastes 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






Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





11 03





Sludges and solids from tempering





 





11 03 01









Waste containing cyanide







 





11 03 02









Other wastes







 

 

 





11 05





Wastes from hot galvanising processes





 



11 05 01





Hard zinc





 



11 05 02





Zinc ash





 





11 05 03









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment







 





11 05 04









Flux







 



11 05 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





12





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





 

 

 





12 01





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





 



12 01 01





Filings and turnings of the iron





 



12 01 02





Metal dust and particles of iron





 



12 01 03





Filings and turnings of the non-ferrous metal





 



12 01 04





Metal dust and particles of non-ferrous metal





 



12 01 05





Plastic shavings





 





12 01 06









Mineral, cutting oils containing halogens (except emulsions and solutions)







 





12 01 07









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







 





12 01 08









Skæreolie emulsions and solutions containing halogens







 





12 01 09









Skæreolie emulsions and solutions free of halogens







 





12 01 10









Synthetic machining oils







 





12 01 12









Spent waxes and fats







 



12 01 13





Waste from welding





 





12 01 14









Sludge from machining processes containing dangerous substances







 



12 01 15





Sludge from machining processes, other than those mentioned in 12 01 14





 





12 01 16









Waste from blasting containing dangerous substances







 



12 01 17





Waste from blasting, except those mentioned in 12 01 16





 





12 01 18









Oily metal sludge (grinding, honing and lapping sludge)







 





12 01 19









Readily biodegradable machining oils







 





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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





12 03





Wastes from water and steam degreasing processes (except 11)





 





12 03 01









Aqueous washing water







 





12 03 02









Steam degreasing wastes from







 

 

 






13





OIL WASTES and WASTES of LIQUID FUELS (EXCEPT EDIBLE OILS, AS WELL AS CHAPTERS 05, 12 and 19)





 

 

 





13 01





Waste hydraulic oils





 





13 01 01









Hydraulic oils containing PCBs 1)







 





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 oil waste





 





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





Bilge oils (from ships)





 





13 04 01









Bilge oils from inland navigation on inland waterways







 





13 04 02









Waste from the reception facility for bottom oil







 





13 04 03









Bilge oils from other navigation







 

 

 





13 05





Material from oil/water separators





 





13 05 01









Solid wastes from grit Chambers and oil/water separators







 





13 05 02









Sludges from oil/water separators







 





13 05 03









Sludges from oil/waste water separation







 





13 05 06









Oil from oil/water separators








 





13 05 07









Oily water from oil/water separators







 





13 05 08









Mixtures of wastes from grit Chambers and oil/water separators







 

 

 





13 07





Waste from liquid fuels





 





13 07 01









Fuel oil and diesel oil







 





13 07 02









Petrol







 





13 07 03









Other fuels (including mixtures)







 

 

 





13 08





Second oil wastes not otherwise specified





 





13 08 01









Afsaltningsslam or-emulsions







 





13 08 02









Other emulsions







 





13 08 99









Other 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





PACKAGING WASTE, ABSORBENTS, CLOTHS, FILTER MATERIALS AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED





 

 

 





15 01





Packaging (including separately collected packaging waste from households)





 



15 01 01





Paper and cardboard packaging





 



15 01 02





Plastic packaging





 



15 01 03





Wooden containers





 



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 substance (URf.eks. asbestos), including empty pressure containers







 

 

 





15 02





Absorbents, filter materials, cloths and protective clothing





 





15 02 02









Absorbents, filter materials (including oil filters not specified elsewhere), cloths and protective clothing contaminated by dangerous substances







 



15 02 03





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





 

 

 





16





WASTES NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THE LIST





 

 

 





16 01






End-of-life vehicles from different means of transport (including material not intended for road machinery) and wastes from dismantling of end-of-life vehicles and from maintenance of vehicles (with the exception of 13, 14, 16 06 and 16 08)





 



16 01 03





End-of-life tyres





 





16 01 04









End-of-life vehicles.







 



16 01 06





End-of-life vehicles, which neither contain liquids or other dangerous parts





 





16 01 07









Oil filters







 





16 01 08









Mercury-containing components







 





16 01 09









Components containing PCBs







 





16 01 10









Explosive components (URf.eks. air bags)







 





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 11 and 16 01 13 and 16 01 14-16 01 07







 



16 01 22





Components not otherwise specified





 



16 01 99





Other 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 or HFC







 





16 02 12









Discarded equipment containing free asbestos







 





16 02 13









Discarded equipment containing hazardous components 2), other than those mentioned in 16 02 09-16 02 12







 



16 02 14





Discarded equipment other than those mentioned in 16 02 09-16 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





Production series, which do not comply with the specifications and unused products





 





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









Discarded ammunition







 





16 04 02









Discarded Fireworks







 





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 cleaning of transport tanks, storage tanks and barrels (except 05 and 13)





 





16 07 08









Oily waste







 





16 07 09









Wastes containing other dangerous substances







 



16 07 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





16 08





Spent 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 or dangerous transition metal compounds) 3







 



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 of)





 





16 08 05









Spent catalysts containing phosphoric acid







 





16 08 06









Used fluids which have been used as catalysts







 





16 08 07









Spent catalysts contaminated with dangerous substances







 

 

 





16 09





Oxidising substances





 





16 09 01









Permanganates, URf.eks. potassium permanganate







 





16 09 02









Chromates, URf.eks. potassium chromate, potassium or natriumdichromat







 





16 09 03










Peroxides, URf.eks. hydrogen peroxide







 





16 09 04









Oxidising substances, not otherwise specified







 

 

 





16 10





Aqueous liquid wastes destined for treatment outside the production 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 or separated 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 their alloys)





 



17 04 01





Copper, bronze, brass





 



17 04 02





Aluminum





 



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 or 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





 





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,-17 06 03





 



17 06 05





Asbestos-containing construction materials





 





17 06 06









Asbestos-containing construction materials, dusty







 

 

 





17 08





Gypsum-based construction 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 wastes





 





17 09 01









Mercury-containing construction and demolition wastes







 





17 09 02









Construction and demolition wastes containing PCB (URf.eks. PCB-containing sealants, PCB-containing resin-based floorings, PCB-containing double-glazed Windows, and 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





WASTE FROM MEDICAL OR VETERINARY PRACTICES AND/OR RELATED RESEARCH (EXCEPT KITCHEN AND CANTEEN WASTE WHICH IS NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO PATIENT CARE)





 

 

 





18 01





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





 



18 01 01





Sharp and pointed objects (with the exception of 18 01 03)





 



18 01 02





Body parts and organs (including blood bags and stabilised 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 (URf.eks. 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 medicines








 





18 01 09









Medicines 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 diseases associated with animals





 



18 02 01





Sharp and pointed objects (with the exception of 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 medicines







 





18 02 08









Medicines other than those mentioned in 18 02 07







 

 

 





19





WASTES FROM WASTE TREATMENT PLANTS, WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT OUTSIDE THE PRODUCTION SITE AS WELL AS FROM THE PRODUCTION OF DRINKING WATER OR 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









Filter cake from gas treatment







 





19 01 06









Aqueous liquid waste from gas treatment and other aqueous liquid wastes







 





19 01 07









Solid wastes from flue-gas treatment







 





19 01 10









Spent activated carbon from flue-gas treatment







 





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









Waste from the pyrolytic treatment containing dangerous substances







 



19 01 18





Waste from the pyrolytic treatment, apart from those mentioned in 19 01 17





 



19 01 19





Sand from the fluid bed combustion





 



19 01 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





19 02





Wastes from physico/chemical treatments of waste (including dechromatation, decyanidation, neutralisation)





 



19 02 03





Premixed wastes composed only of non-hazardous waste





 





19 02 04









Premixed wastes consisting of at least one type of 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





19 03





Stabilised/solidified shipments 4) 19 03 04









Wastes marked as hazardous wastes and which are partly 5) stabilised







 



19 03 05





Stabilised wastes other than those mentioned in 19 03 04





 





19 03 06









Wastes marked as hazardous waste and 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 wastes





 





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 wastes





 



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, which do not comply with the specifications





 



19 05 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





19 06





Wastes from anaerobic treatment of waste





 



19 06 03





Fluid from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste





 



19 06 04





Digestate from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste





 



19 06 05





Fluid from anaerobic treatment of animal and vegetable waste





 



19 06 06





Digestate from anaerobic treatment of animal and vegetable waste





 



19 06 99





Other 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





Wastes from waste water treatment plants not otherwise specified





 



19 08 01





Grates freight





 



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









Waste from membrane systems containing heavy metals







 



19 08 09





Grease and oil mixture from oil/water separation containing only edible oil and fat





 





19 08 10










Grease and oil mixture from oil/water separation 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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





19 09





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





 



19 09 01





Solid waste from primary filtration or treatment on the grate





 



19 09 02





Sludges from water clarification





 



19 09 03





Sludge from the carbonate removal





 



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





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





19 10





Wastes from shredding of metal-containing wastes





 



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





Wastes from oil regeneration





 





19 11 01









Spent filter clays







 





19 11 02









Solution of tar







 





19 11 03









Aqueous liquid wastes







 





19 11 04









Wastes from cleaning of fuels with bases







 





19 11 05









Sludges from on-site effluent treatment in the production site containing dangerous substances







 



19 11 06





Sludges from on-site effluent treatment at the place of production, other than those mentioned in 19 11 05





 





19 11 07









Wastes from flue-gas treatment







 



19 11 99





Other wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 





19 12





Wastes from the mechanical treatment of waste (URf.eks. sorting, shredding, compression and pelletering), not otherwise specified





 



19 12 01





Paper and cardboard





 



19 12 02





Ferrous metal





 



19 12 03





Non-ferrous metal





 



19 12 04





Plastic 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 (sand, stone URf.eks.)





 



19 12 10





Combustible waste (fuels extracted from waste)





 





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





Waste from remediation of soil and groundwater





 





19 13 01









Solid wastes from soil remediation containing dangerous substances







 



19 13 02





Solid waste from remediation of land, other than those mentioned in 19 13 01





 





19 13 03









Sludges from treatment of soil containing dangerous substances







 



19 13 04





Sludges from purification of land, other than those mentioned in 19 13 03





 





19 13 05









Sludges from groundwater remediation containing dangerous substances







 



19 13 06





Sludges from purification of groundwater, except 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 cardboard





 



20 01 02





Glass





 



20 01 08





Biodegradable kitchen and canteen waste





 



20 01 10





Clothing





 



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 medicines







 





20 01 32









Medicines other than those mentioned in 20 01 31








 





20 01 33









Batteries or accumulators 16 06 01, 16 06 02 or 16 06 03 falling 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 6)







 



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 (including cemetery waste)





 



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 collected





 



20 03 02





Waste from markets





 



20 03 03





Waste from street sweeping





 



20 03 04





Sludges from septic tanks





 



20 03 06





Wastes from cleaning of sewers





 



20 03 07





Bulky waste





 



20 03 99





Municipal wastes not otherwise specified





 

 

 







1)







For use of this list of wastes are defined as PCBS in PCB-notice.









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)







For the purposes of this position by transition metals: 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 determines which of these transition metals and which transition metal compounds that are dangerous.









4)







Stabilisation processes change the dangerousness of the constituents and converts hereby hazardous waste into non-hazardous waste. Solidification processes only change the physical state of the waste (URf.eks. conversion from liquid to solid form) through the use of additives without changing the chemical properties of the waste.









5)







A waste is considered as partly stabilised if dangerous constituents which have not been completely transformed into non-hazardous components after the stabilisation process, can be released into the environment in the short, medium or long term.









6)







Dangerous parts of electrical and electronic equipment may include accumulators and batteries mentioned in 16 06 and marked as hazardous; mercury switches, glass from katoderør and other activated glass etc.





 











Annex 3



Information that must be reported to use for benchmarking, see. section 88 (1)



1.1 Combustion Plants 1. Plant

General information-to be completed for (year)



– Combustion plant name



– VAT number



– Plant p-number/p-numbers



– Contact person regarding. This questionnaire



– Tel. nr. to contact Ownership – specify the ownership of the incineration plant: (Municipal owned; Common municipally owned (in/S); Owned by cooperative owned district heating plant (AMBA); Power Station Owned (A/s); Owned jointly by two or more)



-If other, please specify company form: other operating areas – plant Has the following activities? It can be on the same site or another site (please tick)? (Shredding of combustion waste, Sorting by combustion suitable suitable waste; Transhipment volume of combustion suitable waste; Between the storage of waste; Slag handling; District heating transmission) capacity – what is the current total annual approved incineration capacity for heat supply Act for the incineration of waste (tons/year)?



– What is the current total annual environment approved incineration capacity (tonnes/year)?



– What is the nominal capacity of the incineration for each oven (number of tonnes per hour)? That subtracted not possibly. limitation ift. flue gas cleaning.

Operating hours – What was the incineration operating hours?



– Specify the operating hours of each furnace at the plant.

Flue gas – specify the type of flue-gas treatment on each oven: (dry cleaning of exhaust gases; Semitør gas treatment; Wet flue gas cleaning) year of establishment – what year was the plant established? Enter the year for each oven.




– Enter the year for lifetime Extensions 2. Waste

Amount of waste – how much waste was indvejet?



– How much net of which came from between tipping?



– How much waste was burned?



– How many% of the load sheet takes in addition to random checks of the waste?

The calorific value – What was the average (calculated) calorific value of the waste (GJ/ton) burned?

3. Environment

Dross and residue amount-enter the amount of slag produced (tons) before the sorting out of metals



– How much of the charred remains were recycled (enter the annual average recycling percentage)?



– The proportion of slag (in%) were deposited, because it could not comply with the limit values set out in the notice, the residual Product-Category II and III?



– Enter the amount of the residual product produced excluding. slag (tonnes) exceedance of 24-hour daily — specify the number of exceedances of the daily average values of conditions on air emissions (if none, enter 0) Summarized over all ovens



– Have the plant had the most favourable excesses in relation to sewage discharges into the sewer?



– Have the plant had the most favourable excesses in relation to waste water discharges to the recipient?



– Have the plant had the most favourable excesses in relation to dust?



– Have the plant had the most favourable excesses in relation to noise?



– Have the plant had the most favourable excesses in relation to content of TOC/loss on ignition in slag?



– Have the plant had the most favourable exceedances in relation to requirements for quality assurance of the automatic målende systems?

Accident – there have been accidents with consequences for the external environment or with danger for doing so?

Flue gas and emissions (total for all ovnlinier) – waste gas quantity (Nm3 per tonne of burned waste)



– Enter the actual amount of the following emissions emitted per Nm3 (inventories based on both the continuously measured emissions and emissions taken at random. The latter is calculated emissions as the average of the measured values of the year. Emissions less than detection limit is specified) For the ' limit '



-Dioxin (DCDD g and PCDFS per Nm3)



– Particulate matter (grams per Nm3)



– CO (g per Nm3)



– SO2 (g per Nm3)



– NOX (g per Nm3)



– For other heavy metals indicated sum of the derived quantities of Sb, As, Pb, Cd, Cr, Co, Cu, Hg, Mn, Ni, V, Sn, T1 etc. ((g) per Nm3)

4. Energy production

Heat – enter the produced quantity of heat (GJ)



-Specify the quantity of sold heat (GJ)



-Specify the quantity of heat (GJ) chilled away



– Devoting plant other energy?

Electricity production – enter the quantity produced (MWh)



-Specify the quantity sold (MWh) R1-factor – specify the installation's R1-factor and how it is calculated, see. the footnote to R1 of annex 5B.

5. Prices and economy

Marketing and billing of heating – What was the average settlement price for heat (us $/GJ)? (Based on the revenue from the selling spread across the heat sold GJ. Incl. State energy and environmental taxes URf.eks. waste heat charge. ) Marketing and settlement of electricity – What was the average settlement price for electricity (us $/MWh)? Based on the income from the electricity sold distributed on they sold MWh. Excl. taxes and financial income from el-settlement. Incl. revenue for balance/regulatory force and the reserve force.

Tariffs – What was the average rate of DKK/ton? (The average rate is calculated as the total revenue, as the plant receives in payment in the form of fees/charges for waste is divided by the amount of waste burned. Including energy and environmental taxes, as waste producers will be billed for).

The plant's economy – What was the plant's total revenue? (DKK) Fees and tariffs, revenue from the sale of electricity and heat, the sale of recyclable material etc. Incl. all State energy and environmental taxes, URf.eks. waste heat levy additional tax, a CO2 tax and a sulphur tax.



– What was the plant's total operating costs? (DKK) Total costs for the operation, maintenance, administration, insurance mm related to the incinerator, including sorting, handling of slag and flue gas handling. Where the administration carries out several tasks to be included a proportion equivalent to the incineration load by the administration. Costs for various governmental energy and environmental taxes, URf.eks. waste heat levy surcharge, CO2 tax and sulphur tax is calculated separately.



– Is there some of the operating costs, which are regarded as extraordinary in just this year, and that it is therefore reasonable to deduct? (DKK)



– If Yes, please explain why:



– What was the plant's depreciation? (DKK) The Danish financial statements Act's principles for depreciation is used. This means that the depreciation basis is equal to the acquisition cost (building the sum) and depreciation is equal to the asset's useful life. (See depreciation rules at the bottom of the page.)



– What was the plant's financial costs? (DKK) Primarily interest on debt and savings, please enter '-' if the financial costs are positive.



– What was the plant's provisions for the year? (DKK)



– Where acts provisions in the profit and loss account?



– What was the plant's book value? (DKK)



– Enter the depreciation period for ovens (specify number of years.)



– Enter the depreciation period for buildings (specify number of years.)

6. Other conditions – is there some differences on your incinerators and other waste incinerators, which are important for efficiency and that it has not already been identified in the questions above?



– Comments on this questionnaire or survey as a whole:



1.2 Other incineration plants 1. Plant

General information-to be completed for (year)



– Combustion plant name



– VAT number



– Plant p-number/p-numbers



– Contact person regarding. This questionnaire



– Tel. nr. to contact Ownership – specify the ownership of the incineration plant: (Municipal owned; Common municipally owned (in/S); Owned by cooperative owned district heating plant (AMBA); Power Station Owned (A/s); Owned jointly by two or more)



-If other, please specify company form: 2. Waste

Amount of waste – how much waste was indvejet?



– How much net of which came from between tipping?



– How much waste was burned?



– How many% of the load sheet takes in addition to random checks of the waste?

The calorific value – What was the average (calculated) calorific value of the waste (GJ/ton) burned 4. Energy production

R1-factor – specify the installation's R1-factor and how it is calculated, see. the footnote to R1 of annex 5B.

5. Prices and economy

Tariffs – What was the average rate of DKK/ton? (The average rate is calculated as the total revenue, as the plant receives in payment in the form of fees/charges for waste is divided by the amount of waste burned. Excluding. energy and CO2 taxes. )



1.3 landfills 1. Plant

General information-to be completed for (year)



– Landfill name



– VAT number



– Plant p-number/p-numbers



– Contact person regarding. This questionnaire



– Tel. nr. to contact Ownership and works – How is ownership of the landfill (Municipally owned; Common municipally owned (in/S); Publicly owned a/s)?



-If other, please specify company form:



– How many physically separate facilities are there to talk about?

Other operational areas – what types of side activities operated in association with the site? (please tick) (No; Collection; Container/recycling center; Sorting for recycling; Composting; Second)



-If other, specify what: area and capacity (by more plants set the total area) – What is the plant's capacity, which is expected to be put into service in this or future plan periods respectively for the national waste planning? Enter the unit, tonnes or cubic metres.



– What is the maximum fill height (average for all devices on the system)?

Year of establishment-what year was the plant established?

2. Waste

Amount of waste – how much waste was indvejet (tonnes)?



– How much of the waste was recycled (tonnes) indvejede?



– How much of the waste was deposited between indvejede (tonnes)?



– How much waste was finally deposited? Specify the number of tons in each class (Inert waste; Mineral; Mixed; Dangerous) as well as the number of tonnes of clean and contaminated soils.

3. Environment

Environmental measures – Is the plant environment certified?



– If Yes, please specify what kind of certification



– How many groundwater samples taken and sent to study a year in total?



– How handled leachate of landfill site (choose the most appropriate for the different waste classes)? (Mixed; Inert; Mineral; Dangerous).

4. Energy production

Gas production – enter the collected amount of gas (m3)



-Recovered gas for energy production?




– Says the landfill itself for the operation of gasindvindingen? (select No, if a contractor is responsible for the URf.eks.)

5. Prices and economy

Tariffs – What is the tariff for each waste category (weighted average for each waste category)? (Mixed; Inert; Mineral; Dangerous) as well as for contaminated soils.



– The installation's economy (to be broken down in mixed and other wastes)



– What were the total revenues related to landfill activity? (DKK) Incl. internal settlement.



– What was the total operating costs related to the landfill activity? (DKK)



– Is there some of the operating costs, which are regarded as extraordinary in just this year, and that it is therefore reasonable to deduct? (DKK) (Total cost for operation, maintenance, administration, insurance mm related to landfill. Where the administration carries out several tasks to be included a proportion equivalent to the landfill burden of administration. Excluding. depreciation, return on investment and financing expenses. )



– What was the operating costs for perkolathåndtering and gashåndtering? (DKK) The amount is also included in 5.2.2. Excluding. depreciation.



– What was the plant's depreciation? (DKK) Depreciation should cover all relevant investments within the landfill, see list below. The Danish financial statements Act's principles for depreciation is used. This means that the depreciation basis is equal to the acquisition cost (building the sum) and depreciation is equal to the asset's useful life.



– What was the plant's financial costs? (DKK) Primarily interest on debt and savings, please enter '-' if the financial costs are positive.



– What was the plant's provisions for the year? (DKK)



– What was the cost of collateral? (DKK)



– Where acts provisions in the profit and loss account?



– What was the plant's book value? (DKK)

6. Other conditions

Opening hours – how many hours a week you have a landfill open to receiving landfill suitable waste? On several physically separated plants fill in for each asset.



– Given that opportunity, that can get debris into the outside opening hours (URf.eks. using map etc.)? (Yes or no)

EVS. other conditions

Are there any differences between your landfills and other disposal sites, which are important for efficiency and that it has not already been identified in the questions in this questionnaire?



Annex 4



Properties and percentage thresholds that makes waste hazardous waste is considered hazardous if it displays one or more of the following characteristics (table 1) in a% limit, as specified in table 2. If the waste contains a blend, incorporating one or more chemical substances which meet the characteristics must be taken into account when assessing the total content of these substances, as listed below.

Table 1: Characteristics



H1





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







H2





Oxidising: substances and preparations which, in contact with other substances, particularly flammable substances react strongly heat generating







H3-A





Highly flammable:





 









liquid substances and preparations having a flash point lower than 21 ° c (including extremely flammable liquids)





 









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





 









solid substances and preparations which are easily ignited by brief exposure from a source of ignition and which continue to burn after removal of the source or filament





 









gaseous substances and preparations which may catch fire in the air under normal pressure





 









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







H3-B





' Flammable ': liquid substances and preparations having a flash point of not less than 21 ° c and not more than 55 ° c







H4





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







H5





Harmful: substances and preparations which, if they 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, if they are inhaled or ingested or if they penetrate the skin, may involve serious, acute or chronic injuries or even death







H7





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







H8





Corrosive: substances and preparations which may destroy living tissue







H9





Infectious ': substances and preparations containing viable micro-organisms or their toxins which are known or can be presumed that they induce disease in man or other living organisms







H10





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







H12





Waste by contact with water, air or acid free up toxic or very toxic gases







H13





* Allergenic: substances and preparations which, if they are inhaled or if they penetrate the skin, may induce a reaction of Hypersensitization such that on further exposure to the substances or preparations produce characteristic symptoms







H14





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







H15





waste after disposal may result in another substance, URf.eks. a leaching product, with one of the above-listed properties





 





* As there are test methods





 









Assessment of properties 1 through 14 shall be based on criteria laid down in the Ordinance relating to the classification, packaging, labelling, sale and storage of chemical substances and products or for a European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1272/2008 of 16. December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.

Percentage thresholds that makes waste hazardous.


In assessing whether the waste, which contains a mixture of one or more chemical substances are hazardous, shall take into account all the properties (1 to 15), as mentioned above.

In any case, the waste is hazardous only if: – the waste has a flash point less than or equal to 55 ° and/or if:



– the sum of the incoming chemical substances that exhibit the above features, is present in a concentration equal to or exceeding the following limits (percentage by weight): percentage



Table 2: Property





%







Very toxic (R26, R27, R28, R39) 1) 0.1







Giftig (R23, R24, R25)1)





3







Giftig (R48, R39)1)





1







Harmful (R20, R21, R22) 1) 25







Harmful (R48) 1) 10







Ætsende (R35)1)





1







Ætsende (R34)1)





5







Irritant (R36, R37, R38) 1) 20







Irritant (R41) 1) 10







Sensibiliserende (R42, R43)1)





12)







Kræftfremkaldende, kategori 1 eller 2 (R45, R49)1)





0,12)







Kræftfremkaldende, kategori 3 (R40)1)





12)







Mutagen, kategori 1 eller 2 (R46)1)





0,12)







Mutagen, kategori 3 (R68)1)





12)







Reproduktionsskaden the, category 1 or 2 (R60, R61) 1) 0.52) reproduktionsskadende, category 3 (R62, R63) 1) 52) dangerous for the environment, aquatic environment (R50, R51, R52, R53) and other ecosystems (R54, R55, R56, R57, R58, R59) 1) not provided







Contagious





not fixed







Other





not fixed





 

 







1)







Please refer to the Ordinance relating to the classification, packaging, labelling, sale and storage of chemical substances and products, as well as to annex VI table 3.2. in European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1272/2008 of 16. December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures









2)







Concentration limit applies to each chemical substance with the concerned property





 

 











Annex 5 A



Forms and methods of disposal referred to in article 6. § 3, nr. 14



(D) 1





Deposit on or in the ground (URf.eks. landfills)







(D) 2





Treatment in the soil environment (URf.eks. biodegradation of liquid or sludgy discards in soils)







D 3





Deep injection (e.g. injection of liquid or sludgy waste into wells, salt domes or natural geological columns)







D 4





Surface impoundment (e.g. placement of liquid or sludge discards into pits, ponds or lagoons)







D 5





Tipping specially engineered landfill (e.g. placement into lined discrete, waterproof, which are capped and isolated from one another and the environment)







(D) 6





Release into a water body except seas/oceans in the sea







D 7





Dumping in the sea, including seabed







D 8





Biological treatment not specified elsewhere in this annex which results in final compounds or mixtures which are disposed of by means of any of the operations numbered D 1 to D 12







D 9





Physico-chemical treatment not specified elsewhere in this annex which results in final compounds or mixtures which are disposed of by means of any of the operations numbered D 1 to D 12 (URf.eks. evaporation, drying and roasting)







(D) 10





Incineration on land







D 11





Incineration at sea *







(D) 12





Permanent storage (e.g. emplacement of containers in a mine)







D 13





Mixture prior to any of the operations numbered D 1 to D 12 **







(D) 14





Repackaging prior to submission to any of the operations numbered D 1 to D 13







(D) 15





Storage pending any of the operations numbered D 1 to D 14 (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, inter alia, sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletering, drying, shredding, conditioning or separating prior to implementation of any of the operations numbered D 1 to D 12.







***





For temporary storage means preliminary storage in accordance with article 3, nr. 10).





 

 












Annex 5 B Forms and methods for recovery, see. § 3, nr. 40







 

 





R 1





Use principally as a fuel or other means to generate energy *







R 2





Solvent reclamation/regeneration







R 3





Recycling/reclamation of organic substances which are not used as solvents (including composting and other biological transformation processes) **







R 4





Recycling/reclamation of metals and metal compounds







R 5





Recycling/reclamation of other inorganic materials ***







R 6





Regeneration of acids or bases







R 7





Recovery of components used for pollution abatement







R 8





Recovery of components from catalysts







R 9





Oil re-refining or other reuses of oil







R 10





The spread on the ground with a positive impact on agriculture or the environment







R 11





Use of wastes obtained from any of the operations R 1 to R 10







R 12





Exchange of waste for the purpose of letting it go through one of the operations R 1 to R 11 ****







R 13





Storage of waste pending any of the operations in R 1 to R 12 operations (excluding temporary storage, pending collection, on the site where the waste is produced) *****





 

 





*





This includes the incineration plant for municipal solid waste, but only if energy efficiency is at least:





 









0.60 for installations that are in operation and for which a permit has been issued in accordance with applicable Community legislation before 1 January 2002. January 2009





 









0.65 for installations that are in operation and which are granted a permit after 31 December 2006. December 2008





 



R1-factor is calculated using the following formula:

Energy efficiency = (Ep-(Ef + Ei))/(0.97 × (Ew + Ef)) in which:





 









EP means annual energy produced in the form of heat or electricity. It is calculated by that energy in the form of electricity being multiplied by 2.6 and heat produced for commercial use multiplied by 1.1 (GJ/year)





 









EC is the annual energy input to the system from fuels contributing to the production of steam (GJ/year)





 









EW means annual energy contained in the treated waste calculated on the basis of the calorific value of the waste (GJ/year) effective





 









EI means annual energy imported quantity without Ew and Ef (GJ/year)





 



0.97 is a factor which takes into account energy losses due to bottom ash and radiation. This formula shall be applied in accordance with the reference document on the best available techniques for waste incineration





 



R1-factor is calculated according to the instructions given in the Commission's guidance document "guidelines on the interpretation of the formula for incineration facilities energy efficiency R1 dedicated to the processing of municipal solid waste according to Annex II of Directive 2008/98/EC on waste.







**





This includes gasification and pyrolisis of components as chemicals.







***





This includes soil cleaning resulting in recovery of the soil and recycling of inorganic construction materials.







****





If there are no other relevant R-code, this can include preliminary operations prior to recovery including pre-processing such as, inter alia, dismantling, sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletering, drying, shredding, conditioning, repackaging, separating, blending or mixing prior to the implementation of one of the operations R 1 to R 11.







*****





For temporary storage means preliminary storage in accordance with article 3, nr. 10, the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2008/98/EC of 19. November 2008 on waste.





 

 











Annex 6



Standard regulations for household waste, see. section 19 (3) of article 1 Purpose

The purpose of this regulation is to lay down rules for the management of household waste from all citizens and landowners in [...] Municipality for the purpose of preventing pollution, unsanitary conditions of environment and people and restrict the use of resources by promoting waste recycling.

The purpose is also for environmental protection act to lay down rules on the municipal waste systems scope and organization, etc. in order to establish and create the framework for the functioning of the municipal systems, including to standardise the practical issues in connection with the dismantling of waste collection and management.

§ 2 legal basis

The regulation is drawn up in accordance with the applicable environmental legislation, including in particular:

Law on environmental protection (Environmental Protection Act).

Ordinance on waste (the waste Ordinance).

Notice on placing on the market of electrical and electronic equipment and the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (electronics waste Ordinance).

Ordinance on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators (battery Ordinance).

Notice on certain demands on packaging (verpackungsverordnung).

section 3 Definitions

The definitions used in this regulation, corresponding to the definitions contained in the waste Ordinance applicable at any time.







 





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Municipal Board indicates as needed, what is meant by URf.eks. user center, summer home, and more. The Municipal Council has the duty to apply the waste Ordinance and environmental protection as well as definitions applicable definitions used in other legislation.





 









§ 4 Fees

The Municipal Council shall fix fees under the environmental protection act as well as the waste Ordinance.

The Board shall, in accordance with municipal waste notice once a year a fee sheet that indicates the size of the above fees. Fee sheet is available at [...] The municipality website.

§ 5 Complaints, etc.


Municipal Board's decisions can be appealed to the President not the Ordinance of waste after the administrative authority.

In accordance with the law on local government agency may question whether the municipality is in compliance with the legislation, which particularly applies to public authorities, including municipal regulations issued pursuant to that legislation, be brought before the State administration in the region, in which the municipality is located. The State administration decides whether there is sufficient evidence to raise a tilsynssag.

§ 6 Violation and penalty

Violation of this regulation is punishable by a fine in accordance with the waste Ordinance.

After waste penalty notice may rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence, and if the infringement is: 1) caused damage to the environment or caused danger therefor, or



2) achieved or intended an economic advantage for the person himself or others, including savings.

§ 7 the Authority (required)





 





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The Municipal Council has authorised the [name of Committee] to take decisions under this regulation.





 





The Municipal Council has also authorized [the name of management] to take decisions under this regulation.





 





The Municipal Council has authorized [the name of management] to take decisions under this regulation.





 





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The Municipal Council must describe what powers will be given to the Committee and the administration.





 









§ 8 entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the [...].

At the same time as the entry into force of this regulation, the following shall be repealed: (required)





 





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[Formerly applicable regulations in the municipality]





 









Thus adopted by the Municipal Council on [dd. mm. yyyy].

[... URf.eks. Mayor] [... URf.eks. Municipal Director]

§ 9 System for municipal waste

§ 9.1 What is municipal waste

Municipal waste is waste that is defined as municipal waste in the waste Ordinance.







 





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The Municipal Council can possibly choose to elaborate with examples of what is meant by municipal waste.





 









§ 9.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality where the citizen produces municipal waste.





 





The scheme applies to all private citizens and property owners in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces municipal waste including municipal waste from any associated business activities.





 





The scheme applies to all single-family houses, etc. in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces municipal waste.





 





The scheme applies to all floor properties, etc. in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces municipal waste.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality where the citizen and landowner produces municipal waste.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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The Municipal Council can choose if necessary to formulate provisions on exceptions for track access requirement, URf.eks. If that does not occur in municipal waste on undeveloped land and/or in unused buildings.





 









§ 9.3 Description of the system (required)





 





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Councillor describes the contents of the scheme





 





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Citizen and landowner can composting the vegetable part of the dagrenovationen on the land, in which the household is located.





 









section 9.4 Containers

It is the responsibility of the citizen and landowner to acquire/receive and use the Councillor designated containers for municipal waste.







 





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Containers provided by and belongs to [...] Municipality.





 





Containers are provided by, are the property of and maintained by [...] Municipality.





 





Containers provided by [...] Municipality and paid by the landowner.





 





Citizen and landowner obtain even containers on the instructions of the Municipal Council.





 





Citizen and landowner acquires and maintains even containers on the instructions of the Municipal Council.





 





It is the responsibility of the local authority to maintain and replace vessels.





 





That can be taken by the Municipal Council agreement on private purchase of containers.





 





Containers, which is lost, or which are damaged for reasons other than normal use and wear and tear, including fire, vandalism or abuse, be replaced by citizen and landowner.





 





In addition, the citizen and it is the responsibility of the land owner to comply with the provisions adopted by the Municipal Council take to ensure containers.





 





The Municipal Council can, where local conditions necessitate this, impose additional requirements for containers.





 





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Any other or further claims, including claims that several households may parts containers.





 









section 9.5 Capacity for containers (required)





 





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The Municipal Council decides whether a container is Overfilled.





 





If repeatedly observed over filling, can the Municipal Council – upon prior written notice – enroll additional units, so that congestion can be avoided.





 





If repeatedly observed over filling, can the Municipal Council – upon prior written notice – change container size, so that congestion can be avoided.





 





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The Municipal Council may choose to deepen with the facts surrounding container type and number of containers, extraordinary capacity requirements, particular characteristics of the chutes, etc.





 









section 9.6 stowage of containers (required)





 





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The Municipal Council may, where appropriate, describe the requirements for the positioning of the containers, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









section 9.7 Application and filling of containers (required)





 





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Containers, including, where appropriate, refuse sacks, should not be filled more than to the selected filling line.





 





Containers must not make more than that the lid can be closed tightly and not squeezed firmly in the waste container.





 





Soot, ash and slag must be completely cooled and packaged before placing in a container.





 





Sharp, cutting, tearing, or pointed objects as well as dusty, wet and unsanitary waste shall be suitably packed before placing in a container, so that neither can happen damage on persons or on the container, including possibly garbage bag.





 





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Any additional requirements.





 









§ 6.1 the cleanliness of the containers (required)







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The Municipal Council can possibly describe requirements for cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 6.2 removal of municipal waste (required)







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The Municipal Council may URf.eks. specify whether the emptying frequency, procedures for any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 9.10 Registration/de-registration

To-and cancellation shall be made to the Municipal Council.







 





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Any provisions relating to and unsubscribing, URf.eks. whether it should be done by the monthly change, with a deadline of 14 days, today's date, who is responsible for to-and if a cancellation is made etc.





 









§ 10 System for waste paper

§ 10.1 What is waste paper (required)





 





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The Municipal Council must describe what is meant by waste paper.





 









§ 10.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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§ 10.3 Description of the system (required)





 





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Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









§ 10.4 Containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









§ 10.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any capacity requirements for containers, number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









§ 10.6 stowage of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirement for placement of the container, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









§ 10.7 Application and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements about the use and supply of containers.





 









§ 10.8 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 






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Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 10.9 Pickup of waste paper (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 10.10 Other schemes (Voluntary by fill)





 





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The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that paper waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









§ 11 scheme for cardboard wastes

§ 11.1 What are cardboard wastes (required)





 





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The Municipal Council must describe what is meant by waste of other paper and cardboard.





 









§ 11.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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section 11.3 Description of the system (required)





 





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Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









§ 11.4 Containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









section 11.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









section 11.6 stowage of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirement for placement of the container, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









§ 7.3 use and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements about the use and supply of containers.





 









§ 7.3 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 11.9 Pickup of cardboard wastes (Volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 11.10 Other schemes (Voluntary by fill)





 





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The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent of other paper and cardboard waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









§ 12 System for glass packaging waste

§ 12.1 What is the glass packaging waste

Glass packaging waste is packaging waste of glass covered by the definition of packaging waste in the packaging Ordinance.







 





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The Municipal Council can elaborate with examples of what is meant by glass packaging waste.





 









§ 12.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 






The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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section 12.3 Description of the system (required)





 





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Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









section 12.4 Containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









section 12.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









section 12.6 stowage of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for the positioning of the containers, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









section 12.7 use and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements about the use and supply of containers.





 









section 12.8 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 12.9 Collection of glass packaging waste (Volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









§ 12.10 Other schemes (Voluntary by fill)





 





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The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that glass packaging waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









section 13 Arrangements for recyclable metal waste packaging

§ 13.1 What is recyclable metal waste packaging

Metal packaging waste is packaging waste of metal covered by the definition of packaging in packaging the order.







 





(Optional to fill in)





 





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The Municipal Council can elaborate with examples of what is meant by metal packaging waste.





 









§ 13.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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section 13.3 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









section 13.4 Containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









section 13.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









section 13.6 placing of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements for the positioning of the containers, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









section 13.7 Application and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements about the use and supply of containers.





 









section 13.8 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.






 









section 8.6 Collection of recyclable metal packaging waste (Volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 13.10 Other schemes (Voluntary by fill)





 





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The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that the metal packaging waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









§ 14 System for recyclable plastic packaging waste

section 14.1 What is recyclable plastic packaging waste

Plastic packaging waste is packaging waste of plastics, which is covered by the definition of packaging in packaging the order.







 





(Volunteer to fill in)





 





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The Municipal Council can elaborate with examples of what is meant by plastics packaging waste.





 





Examples should be listed plastic bottles and cans.





 









§ 14.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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section 14.3 Description of the system (required)





 





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Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









§ 14.4 Containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









section 14.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









section 9.1 the placing of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements for the positioning of the containers, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









§ 9.1 Application and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements about the use and supply of containers.





 









§ 14.8 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









§ 9.3 Pick-up of recyclable plastic packaging waste (Volunteer to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 14.10 Other schemes (Voluntary of fill in):





 





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The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that plastic packaging waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









§ 15 scheme for recycling Center [-a or-s]

The Municipal Council has established access to recycling space [-is] for the reception of waste.

section 15.1 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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Recycling Center [a or-ies] is reserved for citizens and landowners in [...] Municipality.





 





Recycling Center [a or-ies] is reserved for citizens and landowners in [...].





 





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Description of other or other requirements – URf.eks. If agreement is reached on the use of recycling sites with other municipalities.





 









§ 15.2 access to recycling space [-a or-ies] (optional to fill in)





 





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Prior to the use of recycled space [-a or-ies] citizen or the landowner must, if requested by the Municipal Council, demonstrate that this is a resident of [...] The municipality, which, for example, may be made upon presentation of the health insurance card etc.





 





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Any other provisions on access.





 









§ 15.3 Sorting at recycling Center [-a or-ies] (optional to fill in)





 





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At the recycling Center [-a or-ies] citizen and landowner can deliver all types of sorted waste from the citizen and landowner.





 





The exception is, however, municipal waste.





 





Waste must be sorted waste fractions and placed in designated containers/stalls at the recycling Center [-a or-ies]. Directions from space staff must be followed.





 





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Possible deepening of limitation in what is received at the recycling station.





 









By packaging waste shall be handed over at the recycling Center [-a or-ies], according to the notice used clear plastic waste sacks. This to the contents clearly visible by staff at the recycling Center [-a or-ies].

Ordinal regulations for recycling Center [-a or-ies] must be followed.

§ 16 system of PVC waste

§ 16.1 What is PVC-waste (required)





 





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The Municipal Council must describe what is meant by PVC waste.





 





There should be examples of recyclable and non-recyclable PVC waste.





 









section 16.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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§ 10.1 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









section 16.4 Other schemes (Voluntary of fill in):





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. the bulky waste schemes or to the extent that PVC waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









section 17 Arrangements for treated wood

§ 17.1 What is impregnated wood (must be completed)





 





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The Municipal Council must describe what is meant by treated wood.





 









§ 17.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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§ 17.3. Description of the scheme

Treated wood must be segregated for treatment.







 





(Must be filled in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









§ 10.8 Other schemes (Voluntary of fill in):





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that treated wood is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









§ 18 System for hazardous waste

§ 18.1 What is hazardous waste

Hazardous waste is waste that is listed on and marked as hazardous waste in waste notice annex on the list of waste (EWC codes), and who exhibit characteristics as specified in annex I on the Executive order on waste hazardous waste. Moreover, waste is regarded as hazardous waste, which exhibit properties that are specified in the waste notice annex on hazardous waste.







 





(Voluntary by fill)





 





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The Municipal Council can possibly choose to elaborate with examples of what is meant by hazardous waste.





 









§ 18.2 Who does the scheme apply to the







 






(Must be filled in)





 





Free text:





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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section 18.3 Description of the system (required)





 





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Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





Hazardous wastes must be managed environmentally responsible and do not pour into the sewer.





 





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§ 11.4 Containers (optional to fill in)





 





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Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









section 11.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









section 11.6 stowage of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for the positioning of the containers, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









section 11.6 Application and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements about the use and supply of containers.





 









section 11.7 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 11.7 Pickup of hazardous waste (volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 18.10 Other schemes (Voluntary by fill)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that hazardous waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









§ 19 system of waste of electrical and electronic products (WEEE)

section 19.1 What are WEEE

WEEE is waste electrical and electronic equipment, and is defined in electronic waste Ordinance.







 





(Voluntary by fill)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly choose to elaborate with examples of what is meant by WEEE.





 









§ 19.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text:





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





Free text:





 









section 19.3 description of the scheme

WEEE must be segregated for recycling and shall be returned to the municipal system.







 





(Must be filled in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





WEEE must be segregated in the following fractions:







1. large household appliances







2. cooling furniture







3. Small household appliances







4. Monitors & monitors







5. Light sources





 





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section 19.4 Containers (optional to fill in).





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









§ 19.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









§ 12.2 Fixing of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirement for placement of the container, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









§ 12.2 Application and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements about the use and supply of containers.





 









section 19.8 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 12.4 Pick-up of WEEE (Volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 19.10 Other schemes (Voluntary of fill in):





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that WEEE is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









Anyone can deliver the WEEE to distributors who market such equipment, and offering to receive waste.

§ 20 System for portable batteries and accumulators

§ 20.1 What are portable batteries and accumulators

Portable batteries and accumulators are after battery notice defined as any battery or coin cell battery or any battery pack or accumulator that is sealed, can be hand held, and not an industrial battery or accumulator nor an automotive battery industry or a bilakkumulator.







 





(Voluntary by fill)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly choose to elaborate with examples of what is meant by batteries and accumulators.





 









section 20.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text:





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





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§ 20.3 Description of the system (required)





 





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Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





The Municipal Council must ensure that the system meets the requirements of the battery tender.





 





Bag system:







Waste portable batteries and accumulators must be affixed by the citizen and landowner in bags on top of the lid of the citizen and because the owner's container for municipal waste.





 





Box system:







Waste portable batteries and accumulators must be affixed by the citizen and landowner in the forms provided for that purpose box for hazardous waste.





 





Battery container system:







Waste portable batteries and accumulators are brought by the citizen and landowner for the purpose set out in particular containers and/or cubes.





 





Miljøbilordning:







Waste portable batteries and accumulators are delivered by citizen and landowner to environmental car.





 





Free text:





 









section 20.4 Containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









§ 20.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









section 20.6 stowage of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 






Councillor describes any requirements for the positioning of the containers, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









section 12.9 Application and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements about the use of the containers.





 









section 12.9 the cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 13.0 Collection of portable batteries and accumulators (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 8.10 p.m. Other schemes (Voluntary of fill in):





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that portable batteries and accumulators is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 









§ 21 scheme for construction and demolition

section 21.1 What is construction waste

Construction and demolition waste is described by EWC-code 17 of annex I on the Executive order on the list of wastes waste (EWC codes).







 





(Voluntary by fill)





 





Councillor describes further what is meant by construction and demolition.





 





Free text:





 









section 21.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text





 









§ 13.2 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 





Councillor describes specific requirements for packaging and storage.





 









§ 22 System for [...]

section 13.7 What is [...]







 





(Must be filled in)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council may provide for other arrangements than those described in the preceding paragraphs.





 





Councillor describes what is meant by the respective waste fraction.





 









section 22.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text:





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





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 floor properties, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to cottages, allotment garden houses, etc. in the municipality.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the year-long renovation.





 





The scheme applies to properties in [...] The municipality, which is connected to the cottage renovation.





 





Free text:





 









section 22.3 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the scheme.





 









section 22.4 Containers (optional to fill in).





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the container type, including specific requirements for this purpose, any requirements to whom who obtain container, maintenance, etc.





 









§ 22.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for container type and number of containers, engorgement, extraordinary capacity requirements, etc.





 









section 14.0 stowage of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements for the positioning of the containers, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









section 14.1 Apply and filling of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements about the use of the containers.





 









section 14.2 the cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes any requirements to the cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 14.2 of [...]







 





(Optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 






Councillor describes any fact about emptying frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









§ 23 Other schemes (Voluntary of fill in):





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly describe other arrangements, URf.eks. about the bulky waste schemes or whether, to the extent that the waste is not handled by the said scheme (is), genbrugspladsen is used.





 











Annex 7



Standard regulations for commercial waste, see. section 19 (3) of section 1 Purposes, etc.

The purpose of this regulation is to lay down rules for the management of waste from businesses, in [...] Municipality for the purpose of preventing pollution, unsanitary conditions of environment and people, as well as limit the use of resources by promoting waste recycling.

The purpose is also for environmental protection act to lay down rules on the municipal waste systems scope and organization, etc. in order to establish and create the framework for the functioning of the municipal systems, including to standardise the practical issues in connection with the dismantling of waste collection and management.

The arrangements described in the regulation does not include source sorted industrial waste to material recovery, which is regulated by the waste Ordinance. If a company uses the municipal recycling space, the provisions of this scheme shall be complied with.

§ 2 legal basis

The regulation is drawn up in accordance with the applicable environmental legislation, including in particular:

Law on environmental protection (Environmental Protection Act).

Ordinance on waste (the waste Ordinance).

Notice on placing on the market of electrical and electronic equipment and the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (electronics waste Ordinance).

Ordinance on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators (battery Ordinance).

Ordinance on landfills (landfill Ordinance).

section 3 Definitions

The definitions used in this regulation, corresponding to the definitions contained in the waste Ordinance applicable at any time.







 





(Optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Municipal Board indicates as needed, what is meant by URf.eks. user center, etc., the Municipal Council has the duty to apply the waste Ordinance and environmental protection as well as definitions applicable definitions used in other legislation.





 









§ 4 Registration of foreign companies

Foreign companies without a permanent address in Denmark, carrying waste-producing activities must register with the local authority for the purposes of collection of waste fee, etc.

§ 5 Fees

The Municipal Council shall fix fees under the environmental protection act as well as the waste Ordinance.

The Board shall, in accordance with municipal waste notice once a year a fee sheet that indicates the size of the above fees. Fee sheet is available at [...] The municipality website.

section 6 Complaint, etc.

Municipal Board's decisions pursuant to this Regulation may not be challenged before the second Ordinance waste after the administrative authority.

Rebukes of the regulation in accordance with the environmental protection act, may not be appealed to any other administrative authority.

Decisions in accordance with the environmental protection act may, in accordance with the environmental protection act, without prejudice to the provisions of the Act, be appealed to the Nature-and Environmental complaints board.

In accordance with the law on local government agency may question whether the municipality is in compliance with the legislation, which particularly applies to public authorities, including municipal regulations issued pursuant to that legislation, be brought before the State administration in the region, in which the municipality is located. The State administration decides whether there is sufficient evidence to raise a tilsynssag.

section 7 Violation and penalty

Violation of this regulation is punishable by a fine in accordance with the waste Ordinance.

After waste penalty notice may rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence, and if the infringement is: 1) caused damage to the environment or caused danger therefor, or



2) achieved or intended an economic advantage for the person himself or others, including savings.

In accordance with the Executive order imposed on waste companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the rules of the Penal Code.

section 8 Authorization (to be completed)





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





The Municipal Council has authorised the [name of Committee] to take decisions under this regulation.





 





The Municipal Council has also authorized [the name of management] to take decisions under this regulation.





 





The Municipal Council has authorized [the name of management] to take decisions under this regulation.





 





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The Municipal Council must describe what powers will be given to the Committee and the administration.





 









§ 9 entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the [...].

At the same time as the entry into force of this regulation, the following shall be repealed: (required)





 





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[Previous regulations in the municipality list]





 









Thus adopted by the Municipal Council on [dd. mm. yyyy].

[... URf.eks. Mayor] [... URf.eks. Municipal Director]

§ 10. System of waste collection comparable waste

§ 10.1 What is waste collection similar waste from business

Waste collection similar waste is waste from enterprises covered by the definition of waste collection similar waste in the waste Ordinance.







 





(Optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can optionally add examples here on waste collection, including, for example, easily comparable waste canker very wastes containing animal or odorous waste or waste, which provides hygiene problems in the form of smell, flies, pests or similar.





 









§ 10.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





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The scheme applies to all companies in [...] Municipality.





 





The scheme applies to companies in [...] The municipality, which is located in residential properties.





 





Free text:





 









§ 10.3 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





Companies cannot handle waste collection similar waste via the company's small combustion suitable waste.






 





Companies have to deal with waste collection similar waste via the company's small combustion suitable waste.





 





Enterprises can manage waste collection similar waste via the company's small combustion suitable waste. By mixing the waste should be classified as waste collection similar waste. Waste must be run directly for combustion and must not run to the temporary repository.





 





Waste collection similar waste not collected separately for recycling, special treatment or as small combustion suitable waste shall be collected through municipal collection scheme for waste collection similar waste.





 





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§ 10.4 containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





It is the responsibility of the company to acquire/receive and use the Councillor provided containers for municipal waste.





 





Containers provided by and belongs to [...] Municipality.





 





Containers provided by the property of and maintained by [...] Municipality.





 





Containers provided by [...] Municipality and paid for by the company.





 





The company acquires even containers on the instructions of the Municipal Council.





 





The company acquires and maintains even containers on the instructions of the Municipal Council.





 





It is the responsibility of the local authority to maintain and replace vessels.





 





It is the responsibility of the company to maintain and replace vessels.





 





That can be taken by the Municipal Council agreement on private purchase of containers.





 





Containers, which is lost, or which are damaged for reasons other than normal use and wear and tear, including fire, vandalism or abuse, be replaced by the company. The company is also liable for damages caused on the containers, where it has not been handled by renovatøren.





 





Two or more undertakings can, on request to the local authority, parts containers for municipal waste.





 





In addition, it is the responsibility of the company to comply with the regulations, the Municipal Council take to ensure containers.





 





The Municipal Council can, where local conditions necessitate this, provide additional requirements for containers.





 





Free text:





 









§ 10.5 Capacity for containers (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





At any developed property, there must be at least one container for waste collection similar waste per company. The number of containers shall be determined by the Municipal Council in each case in accordance with the following guidelines:





 





At any developed property, there must be at least one container for organic waste per company. The number of containers shall be determined by the Municipal Council in each case on the basis of the following principles:





 





The required number of containers on the property shall be determined by the Municipal Council. However, as a minimum, must be placed one container (equivalent to 100 l) per enterprise.





 





If repeatedly observed over filling, can the Municipal Council – upon prior written notice – enroll additional units, so that congestion can be avoided.





 





Extra containers must be ordered by the company at the Municipal Council.





 





Free text:





 









§ 10.6 stowage of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council may, where appropriate, describe the requirements for the location of the container, including the site, access roads, etc.





 









§ 10.7 Application and filling of containers (a volunteer QSL)





 





Free text:





 





Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 





Containers, including, where appropriate, refuse sacks, should not be filled more than to the selected filling line.





 





Containers must not make more than that the lid can be closed tightly and not squeezed firmly in the waste container.





 





Soot, ash and slag must be completely cooled and packaged before placing in a container.





 





Sharp, cutting, tearing, or pointed objects as well as dusty, wet and unsanitary waste shall be suitably packed before placing in a container, so that neither can happen damage on persons or on the container, including possibly garbage bag.





 





Unhygienic waste must be sufficiently packaged in sealed and leak-proof packaging.





 





Free text:





 









§ 10.8 cleanliness of containers (a volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly describe requirements for cleanliness of the containers.





 









section 10.9 Pickup of waste collection similar waste (optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





About URf.eks. discharge frequency, any shifts in depopulation, changes in discharge frequency, etc.





 









section 10.10 Registration/de-registration (Volunteer to fill in):





 





Free text:





 






The Municipal Council may provide for the to-and (UN), including URf.eks. whether it is to be made to the Municipal Council, that it will be done by månedskift, with a deadline of 14 days, today's date, who is responsible for to-and if a cancellation is made etc.





 









§ 11 scheme for recycling Center [-a or-s]

The Municipal Council has established access to recycling space [-is] for the reception of waste.

§ 11.1 Who does the scheme apply to the scheme applies to all enterprises, including companies located in the municipality, located in other municipalities, as well as foreign companies, who join the scheme.





 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 





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§ 11.2 access to recycling space [-a or-ies] (optional to fill in).





 





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Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses):





 



 



 





At the recycling Center [-a or-ies] can the company or a representative of the company deliver all kinds of sorted waste from the company.





 





The exception is, however, waste collection similar waste.





 





Free text:







Possible deepening of limitation in what is accepted at recycling square (URf.eks. land and building waste in smaller quantities).





 









Companies have after the notice access to waste space [-a or-ies] in registered vehicles with a permitted gross vehicle weight of up to 3,500 kg and with a vehicle mounted on the trailer.

section 11.3 Sorting at recycling Center [-a or-ies] (optional to fill in)





 





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Optional text (There should be the opportunity to put one or more crosses)





 





Waste must be sorted waste fractions and placed in designated containers/stalls at the recycling Center [-a or-ies]. Directions from space staff must be followed.





 



 



 



 



 



 









By packaging waste shall be handed over at the recycling Center [-a or-ies] must be after the notice used clear plastic waste sacks. This to the contents clearly visible by staff at the recycling Center [-a or-ies].

Ordinal regulations for recycling Center [-a or-ies] in the needs to be followed.

§ 11.4 Weight restriction

The individual company (the fee paying production entity) may submit a maximum of 200 kg of waste Ordinance after hazardous waste per year on recycled space [-a or-ies]. However, this does not apply to portable batteries and accumulators, as defined in the Executive order, as well as battery waste electrical and electronic equipment from households covered by the producer responsibility, as defined in the electronic waste Ordinance.

The Municipal Council shall issue after the notice receipt for the received waste dangerous waste.







 





(Optional to fill in)





 





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§ 12. Scheme for non-recyclable hazardous wastes

§ 12.1 What is non-recyclable hazardous wastes

Non-recyclable hazardous wastes are wastes that are included in the definition of hazardous waste in the waste Ordinance, and which is non-recyclable, apart from the wastes of an explosive nature.







 





(Optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council can possibly choose to elaborate with examples of what is meant by hazardous waste, including, for example:







– Organic, halogenic compounds







– Organic, halogen free compounds







– organic compounds







– waste oils (which are not covered by the Waste register)







– Heavy metal-containing wastes







-clinical waste







– Asbestos, all types







– PCB containing waste







– Waste from discharge system for oil and petrol separator systems





 









§ 12.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text to describe the who scheme applies to.





 









section 12.3 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 





Optional text: (optional to fill in)





 





Companies that produce hazardous waste, must ensure that hazardous waste is properly packaged.





 





The packaging must be designed in accordance with the following guidelines:







– Packaging must be close and closed close to, so the contents are not accidental can penetrate out.







– The materials constituting the packaging is made from, may not be susceptible to adverse attack by the contents, or liable to enter into harmful or otherwise dangerous compounds with the contents.







– The packaging must be designed so that full or partial emptying can be done safely.







– There is a risk of gases, must use safety sheet piles.





 





Storage must follow the guidelines:







– Hazardous waste collected in bulk shall be stored in suitable containers on the near bottom, without any possibility of drain to the sewer, soil, streams or groundwater.







– Warehousing space under roof and must be so arranged as to waste can be collected by rupture of the container which holds the largest amount. Warehousing space can not be "run-in" directly, the entity shall before removing even bring waste to the nearest place of or by the company, which can be "run-in.







– Containers must be lifted from the floor, so that any leaks are detected, and so that the waste does not damage the other containers. Storage site must be located on the company's area, so that the collector/carrier can run directly to the tripod, the container or the container in order to make the reading.





 





Storage of unpackaged liquid waste can be done in the following ways:








– The waste can be kept in storage tanks. The tank must be suitable for the particular type of waste and so close that spills and evaporation are avoided.







-The tank shall be designed so that the emptying can take place safely and be provided with safety sheet, if there is a risk of excess pressure.







– If used aboveground steel tanks, they must (n) be placed on a structure above the substrate, so that inspection of the bottom can take place.







– Distance from the tank to the wall or other structure must be at least 15 cm. Plastic tanks approved for direct placement on the substrate must be established on a dense mat, which extends at least 10 cm around the tank. Underground storage tanks must not be established without the Municipal Board's permission.





 





Warehousing space can not be "run-in" directly, the entity shall before removing even bring waste to the nearest place of or by the company, which can be "run-in.





 





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Smaller amounts of hazardous waste (up to 200 kg per year) can be delivered [...]. Smaller quantities to be delivered as needed, but at least once annually.

Wastes of an explosive nature shall after notice is handled by an environmentally responsible waste approved waste receiver.

The company shall, after the waste Ordinance ensure that hazardous waste is not diluted or mixed with other categories of hazardous waste or mix with non-hazardous waste.

The company shall, after the waste Ordinance ensure that hazardous waste is properly packaged.

The company shall, upon the request of the municipal environmental protection Act provide evidence that hazardous waste is properly classified in accordance with Annex I of the list of waste (EWC codes) and annex on hazardous waste in the waste Ordinance.

section 13 Arrangements for clinical waste

§ 13.1 What are clinical waste (required)





 





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Councillor describes what is meant by the respective waste fraction.





 





The scheme includes clinical waste from all producers of clinical waste in the health care sector in [...] Municipality. Health sector includes hospitals, maternity hospitals and treatment institutions, nursing homes, home care schemes, medical and dental clinics, practicing midwives, pork producers and others.





 









§ 13.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text to describe the who scheme applies to.





 









section 13.3 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 





Optional text:





 





Companies from the health sector can by his own measure, utilize clinical waste at recycling square.





 





Clinical waste must be delivered as needed to the municipal collection system, however at least once a year.





 





Clinical waste is removed by agreement with the local authority.





 





Companies from the health sector can deliver clinical waste at pharmacies located in the municipality.





 





The company must sort through clinical waste at source (production site) and collect it in suitable packaging.





 





Sorting shall be carried out according to the following guidelines:







– Infection leading waste collected at the place of production in plastic bags, plastic buckets or similar.







– The packaging must be closed securely and airtight, before the waste leaving the production site.







– Cutting and stabbing objects, URf.eks. needles shall be added immediately after the use of transparent, appropriate and unbreakable containers. The container should be dry and must not contain URf.eks. disinfecting fluid. The packaging must be closed securely before the waste leaving the production site.







– Tissue waste must be collected separately and collected in plastic bags, plastic buckets or similar. The packaging must be closed securely before the waste leaving the production site. Tissue waste needs to be treated [....].





 





In doubt as to whether the waste is clinical waste, the waste must be regarded as clinical waste and handled in accordance with the guidelines for doing so.





 





Click here to URf.eks. determined requirements for refrigeration, labelling and treatment of the waste.





 





The company must Pack clinical waste in the final packaging.





 





The waste is then transferred to suitable storage place before pickup to treatment.





 





Clinical waste must not be accessible to the public.





 





Clinical waste must not be printed or crushing in the packaging, resulting in 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 the repackaging of the clinical risk waste.





 





Such repackaging must be done through the use of a larger container of equal or better quality, so the unfit/damaged packaging cannot be opened, but only packaged in a larger, suitable packaging.





 





Returnable packaging must be kept clean and hygienic. Through the use of returnable packaging must cleanliness shall be organised so as to avoid the risk of disease transmission and unsanitary conditions.





 





At companies with central collection points (URf.eks. hospitals) must the filled packaging is transported to Central Assembly place the same day, they are filled. Tissue waste must be transported to a central repository on the same day, as it is produced.





 





Free text:





 









§ 14 scheme for non-recyclable PVC-waste

section 14.1 What is non-recyclable PVC-waste (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes what is meant by the respective waste fraction.





 









§ 14.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text to describe the who scheme applies to.





 










section 14.3 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 









§ 15 System for combustion suitable waste

section 15.1 What is the suitable waste combustion.

Combustion suitable waste is waste which is covered by the definition of waste in waste incineration suitable notice.







 





(Optional to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council may here describe examples of combustion waste, including, for example, suitable:







– Non-recyclable cardboard and paper, for example, coated paperboard and paper types as well as soiled cardboard and paper.







– Indeterminate plastic and composite materials between plastic and other materials.







– Combustible furniture, URf.eks. furniture, rugs and mattresses.





 









§ 15.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text to describe the who scheme applies to.





 









§ 15.3 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 





Optional text:





 





It is after the waste Ordinance allowed to burn yard waste, park waste and garden waste comparable waste from horticultural, landscaping activities, etc.





 





Crushed creosote treated timber shall, after notice of waste incinerated.





 





Combustion suitable waste is received as small combustible waste and large combustible waste in the following sizes:







– Small combustible waste is incineration suitable waste, where the individual parts have a maximum length of 100 cm, and where no compact parts is larger than 100 x 50 cm x 50 cm.







– Large combustible waste is incineration suitable waste, where the individual parts have a maximum length of 300 cm, and where no compact parts is larger than 300 x 125 x 20 cm and a weight of Max. 80 kg.





 





If a company's internal combustion suitable waste in quantity and character does not meet the requirements of small or large combustible waste or not can be received without prior treatment, the company must know its own measure cause that the waste fulfils the conditions for combustion suitable waste.





 





Alternatively, obliging the company to deliver suitable waste combustion for prior treatment, including shredding or similar at facilities approved for this purpose.





 





The municipality provides large combustion waste suitable for preprocessing on [...].





 





The municipality may indicate error sorted waste for sorting on [...].





 





The municipality provides large combustion suitable waste directly to incineration at [...]





 





Free text:





 









§ 16 System for landfill suitable waste

§ 16.1 What are suitable landfill waste

Landfill suitable waste is waste which is covered by the definition of waste in waste disposal suitable notice.







 





(Volunteer to fill in)





 





Free text:





 





Here can the local authority describe examples of landfill waste, including, for example, suitable:







-Incombustible waste, URf.eks. fiber-cement panels and mineral wool.







– Not suitable waste combustion, URf.eks. PVC waste.







– Other wastes that cannot be recycled or burned/do, among other things. heavy metal contaminated waste.





 









section 16.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text to describe the who scheme applies to.





 









§ 10.1 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 





Optional text:





 





The following wastes shall not be delivered to the landfill:







– Liquid waste as defined in the waste disposal Ordinance.







– Waste under landfill conditions which are explosive, oxidizing, flammable or corrosive, see. Annex on hazardous waste in the waste Ordinance.







– Clinical waste regulation. Annex on hazardous waste in the waste Ordinance.







– Tyres with an outside diameter of 1.40 metres.







– Shredded tires.







– Waste that has not been subjected to pre-treatment. The requirement for pre-treatment before landfilling, however, can be waived in the case of the Municipal Council, if a preprocessing will not reduce the amount of waste or the hazard to human health or the environment. Preprocessing is defined in the waste disposal Ordinance.





 





Landfill segnet waste covered by [...] Municipality collection system for landfill suitable waste. Contact the local authority for pickup.





 





Waste going to landfill authorised Councillor for Environment approved landfill or special depot.





 





The company, or, in his absence, the natural or legal person who is responsible for the handling of waste, is committed to ensuring that there is a basic characterisation of the waste in accordance with the guidelines laid down in annex I for basic characterisation of waste and annex on methodology and quality requirements for sampling, testing and analysis in waste disposal Ordinance, when a read is requested handed in within the landfill. The waste producer is at the same time responsible for the characterisation information is correct.





 






If the waste producer has knowledge or reasonable grounds to suspect that the waste contains other potentially environmentally harmful substances than those covered by Annex on basic characterisation of waste in waste disposal Ordinance, it is the manufacturer's responsibility to ensure that the substances in question are included in the basic characterisation.





 





Collection of samples in connection with the basic characterisation and compliance testing must be done according to a sampling plan that the waste producer is obliged to prepare in accordance with DS/EN 14899.





 





The sampling plan must be drawn up by a person with the necessary competence, see. Annex on testing for basic characterisation and compliance testing of the landfill Ordinance.





 





Sampler must be accredited in accordance with DS/EN ISO/IEC 17025 or person, certified according to DS/EN ISO/IEC 17024, see. Annex on testing for basic characterisation and compliance testing of the landfill Ordinance.





 





Testing and chemical analysis in the context of the basic characterisation and compliance testing of a type of waste as well as the analyses carried out as part of the groundwater monitoring and in the other control and monitoring procedures to be carried out by accredited laboratories or by non-accredited laboratories approved by the supervisory authority.





 





If non-accredited laboratories shall be approved and thus carry out the testing, landfill demonstrate to the supervisory authority, that the laboratory has experience with relevant test methods, like the landfill shall demonstrate that the laboratory is in possession of an efficient quality assurance system.





 





The company shall deliver the waste to [...] or on the municipality's recycling center.





 





Billing for waste management is done directly between the company and reception facility.





 





Free text:





 









section 17 Arrangements for [...]

§ 17.1 What is [...]







 





(Must be filled in)





 





Free text:





 





The Municipal Council may provide for other arrangements than those that are described in the preceding paragraphs.





 





Councillor describes what is meant by the respective waste fraction.





 









§ 17.2 Who does the scheme apply to the (required)





 





Free text to describe the who scheme applies to.





 









§ 10.7 Description of the system (required)





 





Free text:





 





Councillor describes the contents of the system, including whether the scheme is established as an authorizing or collection system.





 











Annex 8



Exemption for waste fees – branch codes, see. section 60 (1)



Db07





Db07 title







01.70.00





Hunting, trapping and services in connection therewith;







03.11.00





Sea fishing







03.12.00





Freshwater fishing







03.21.00





Mariculture







03.22.00





Freshwater use







35.11.00





Production of electricity







35.12.00





The transmission of electricity;







35.13.00





Distribution of electricity







35.14.00





Trade in electricity







47.79.00





Retail sale of second-hand goods in stores







47.91.10





Retail trade from mail order businesses







47.99.00





Other retail trade except from shops, stalls and markets







49.32.00





Taxi services







53.20.00





Other postal and courier services







55.20.00





Holiday houses and other accommodation facilities for short-term stays







55.90.00





Other accommodation facilities







58.12.00





Publishing of directories and mailing lists







58.19.00





Other publishing







58.21.00





Publishing of computer games







58.29.00





Second release of software







59.20.00





Recording of audio recordings and publishing of music







62.01.00





Computer programming







62.02.00





Consultancy services relating to information technology







62.03.00





Computer facility management







62.09.00





Other it service company







63.11.00





Computing, webhosting and similar services







63.12.00





Web portals







64.20.10





Financial holding companies







64.20.20






Non-financial holding companies







64.20.30





The lead holding companies







64.30.10





Investment associations







64.30.20





Money market funds







64.30.30





Investment firms







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 intermediation except insurance and pension funding, i.a.n.







68.20.20





Private cooperative housing associations







68.20.30





Other rentals







68.20.40





Letting of commercial properties







68.31.20





Housing, holiday rental, etc.







68.32.20





Owners associations







70.10.10





Main seat non-financial business







70.10.20





Financial main seat 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 rights and the like, except copyrighted works







78.10.00





Employment offices







79.90.00





Other reservation services and services in connection therewith;







82.11.00





Combined administrative services







82.19.00





Photocopying, document preparation and other specialised Office service







84.30.00





Statutory social security, etc.







85.51.00





Teaching in the field of sport and recreation







85.52.00





The teaching of cultural disciplines







85.53.00





Driving schools







85.59.00





Other teaching i.a.n.







86.90.10





Health care, home nursing and midwives, etc.







86.90.30





Psychological counseling







86.90.90





Health care, moreover, i.a.n.







87.90.20





Family care







88.10.10





Home help







88.99.10





Unions, scholarships and funds with disease-fighting, social and charitable purposes







90.01.10





Theatre-and concert activities







90.01.20





Independent executive stage artists







90.02.00





Ancillary activities in connection with performing arts







90.03.00





Artistic creation







92.00.00





Lotteries and other gambling







93.19.00





Other sports activities







93.29.90





Other amusement and recreation activities







94.11.00





Business and employers ' organizations







94.12.00





Professional associations







94.91.00





Religious institutions and associations







94.92.00





Political parties







94.99.00





Other organizations and associations i.a.n.







96.09.00





Other personal services i.a.n.







97.00.00





Households with employed persons





 

 











Annex 9



Exemption for waste fees-business forms, see. section 60 (2)



Point 1.





 

 





40





K/S





Limited partnership







50





COUPLE






Partrederi







70





KAS





Limited Partnership With A Share/Partner Company







80





APS





Private limited company







90





FON





Fund







100





EFO





Trader Fund







110





For





Association







115





FFO





Voluntary association







130





ANS





Cooperative society (Association)







140





ABA





Cooperative society (Association) with limited liability







150





FBA





Association or limited liability company







170





FAS





Branch of foreign limited liability company, limited partnership with a share







180





FAP





Branch of foreign limited liability company or Corporation







195





SCE





SCE







196





FSC





Branch of foreign SCE







200





FUV





Branch of foreign company other form







210





APPL.





Other foreign company







220





FEØ





Fixed establishment of European economic interest group







230





STA





Governmental administrative unit







245





REG





Region







250





COM





Primary municipality







260





BUT





Parish Council







270





EUO





Device while creating in the Danish Commerce and companies Agency







290





E/S





SE





 







Point 2.





 

 





20





DEATH





Deceased estate







160





EEC





European Economic Interest Grouping







190





FBA





Branch of foreign company with limited liability













Annex 10



Industry codes that include builders and landscapers, see. section 58, paragraph 4



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Text







41.10.00

41.20.00





Construction-contractors







42.10.00

42.20.00

42.90.00





Construction contractors







43.21.00

43.22.00

43.29.00





Building installation (electrical installation company, the insulation business, plumbing company)







43.31.00

43.32.00

43.33.00

43.34.10

43.34.20





Building completion (plastering, carpentry and builders joinery company, Execution of floor and wall coverings, Paint-and glarmester activities as well as other building completion)







43.33.00

43.12.00

43.13.00

43.91.00

43.99.10

43.99.90





Masons and other specialized construction activities as well as preparatory construction work including paving, sand-blasting, etc.







81.30.00





Landscape Gardeners (Landscaping)













Annex 11



Screening schedule for the PCB, see. section 78, paragraph 3



Screening schedule for PCB



Is the building, plant, or any part thereof constructed or renovated in the period from 1950 til1977, there is a risk that there may be used PCB-containing materials. There should, therefore, see. § 78 shall be carried out at a screening of the building or facility or any part thereof by renovation before building work starts. This is done by answering the following questions:









There are in buildings:







Yes





No







Elastic joints around doors and Windows, which can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 






Elastic joints by collection of facade or wall elements, which can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 





Elastic joints as expansion joints between building elements, which can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 





Double glazing (Windows with sealed double glazing), which can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 





Paint, which can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 





Floor mass that can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 





Other materials suspected to contain PCBS?

(If YES-specify what materials, we are talking about)



 

 







If you answered Yes to any of the above questions, you need to see. § 79 make a mapping of the building components which may contain PCBS.





 

 







You should also be aware that electrical equipment with capacitors URf.eks. luminaires with fluorescent lamps, fans, motors, pumps, as well as high-voltage installations including transformers, capacitors or power transits, which is estimated to be from the period 1950-1986 may contain PCBS, and must be handled as PCB-containing waste.



 

 







There are in the works (URf.eks. bridges and roads, but not technical installations):





 

 





Elastic joints that can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 





Paint, which can be from the period 1950-1977?



 

 





Other materials suspected to contain PCBS?

(If YES-specify what materials, we are talking about)



 

 







If you answered Yes to any of the above questions, you need to see. § 79 make a mapping of the building components which may contain PCBS.





 

 















 



 



 



 





Name of the person who performed the screening





 



 



 





Company





 



 



 





Date





 



 



 





Signature





 







Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions implementing parts of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2008/98/EC of 19. November 2008 on waste and repealing certain directives, the official journal of the European Union 2008, nr. L 312, page 3, of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 94/62/EC of 20. December 1994 on packaging and packaging waste, the official journal 1994, nr. L 365, p. 10, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 219/2009 of 11. March 2009, the official journal of the European Union 2009, nr. L 87, page 109, parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/66/EC of 6 May 2003. September 2006 on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators and repealing Directive 91/157/EEC, Official Journal of the European Union 2006, nr. L 266, page 1, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/103/EC of 19. November 2008, the official journal of the European Union 2008, nr. 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), the official journal of the European Union 2003, nr. L 37, p. 24, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/112/EC of 16. December 2008, the official journal of the European Union 2008, nr. L 345, page 68, parts of Council Directive 1999/31/EC of 26. April 1999 on the landfill of waste, the official journal of the European communities 1999, nr. L 182, page 1, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1137/2008 of 22. October 2008, the official journal of the European Union 2008, nr. L 311, page 1, Commission decision 2000/532/EC of 3. May 2000 on the replacement of decision 94/3/EC establishing a list of wastes pursuant to article 1 (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 , The official journal of the European communities 2000, nr. L 226, page 3, as last amended by Council decision 2001/573/EC of 23. July 2001, official journal 2001, nr. 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, the official journal of the European Union 2006, nr. L 376, page 36, and parts of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2003/35/EC of 26. May 2003 on public participation in connection with the drawing up of certain plans and programmes relating to the environment and amending Council directives 85/337/EEC and 96/61/EC with regard to public participation and access to justice, the official journal of the European Union 2003, nr. L 156, p. 17.

2) certain provisions of the Ordinance have been notified in draft form in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 98/34/EC (the ' procedure ' directive), as amended by Directive 98/48/EC.