Regulation On The European Waste Catalogue

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Europäische Abfallverzeichnis

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Regulation on the European Waste List (Waste Directory-Regulation-AVV)

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AVV

Date of expend: 10.12.2001

Full quote:

" Waste list-Regulation of the 10. December 2001 (BGBl. 3379), which was last amended by Article 5 (22) of the Law of 24 December 1991. February 2012 (BGBl. 212). "

:Last modified by Art. 5 (22) G v. 24.2.2012 I 212

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This regulation is designed to implement Commission Decision 2000 /532/EC of the 3. Article 1 (a) of Council Directive 75 /442/EEC on waste and Council Decision 94 /904/EC laying down a list of hazardous waste within the meaning of Article 1 (a) of Directive 75 /442/EEC on waste 1 (4) of Directive 91 /689/EEC on hazardous waste (OJ L 206, 22.7.1991, p. EC No 3), Commission Decisions 2001 /118/EC of 16 December 2001. 1 January 2001 and 2001 /119/EC of 22 January 2001 1 January 2001 (OJ L 327, EC No 1 and 32) amending Decision 2000 /532/EC and Council Decision 2001 /573/EC of 23 June 2001 on the 1 July 2001 (OJ L 327, No. 18) amending Decision 2000 /532/EC.

footnote

(+ + + text-proof from: 1.1.2002 + + +)
(+ + + Official notes of the norm-provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EGEntsch 532/2000 (CELEX Nr: 300D0532)
EGEntsch 118/2001 (CELEX No: 301D0118)
EGEntsch 119/2001 (CELEX No: 301D0119)
EGEntsch 573/2001 (CELEX Nr: 301D0573) + + +)

The V has been referred to as 1 V v. 10.12.2001 I 3379 by the Federal Government and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety after consultation of the parties concerned, with due regard for the rights of the Bundestag, in agreement with the Federal Ministries for Consumer protection, nutrition and agriculture and health with the consent of the Federal Council. She's gem. Article 8, first sentence, of this V entered into force on 1 January 2002. Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Scope of application

This regulation applies to
1.
the designation of waste,
2.
the classification of waste after its dangerousness.
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§ 2 Waste designation

(1) Where waste is to be referred to in accordance with other legislation, the names are to be used in accordance with the Appendix (waste list) to this Regulation (type and six-figure key).(2) For the name of the waste, the waste is to be assigned to the types of waste identified in the waste list with a six-digit waste key. The allocation to the waste types takes place under the chapters defined in the waste list (double-digit chapter heading) and groups (four-digit chapter heading). Within a group, the more specific prior to the more general type of waste is decisive. The other requirements for the allocation of the waste in point 2 of the introduction of the waste register must be complied with.The competent authorities may take the orders necessary for the conversion of administrative decisions to the waste keys and designations after the installation of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Hazardous waste

(1) The waste types provided with an asterisk (*) are in the waste directory dangerous within the meaning of Section 48 of the Circular Economic Law. This also applies to the waste collected by the public service providers under Section 20 of the Circular Economic Law.(2) Wastes classified as hazardous shall be presumed to be one or more of the wastes listed in Annex III to Directive 2008 /98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 2008, of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 2008 on waste and repealing certain Directives (OJ C 139, 30.4.2008, p. 3, OJ L 312, 26.5.2009, p. 24) and, in respect of the properties H3 to H8, H10 and H11 listed therein, of one or more of the following characteristics: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
flashpoint < = 55 degrees C,
2.
Total concentration of > = 0.1% on one or more substances classified as very toxic
3.
Total concentration of > = 3% on one or more poisonous substances,
4.
Total concentration of > = 25% of one or more substances classified as harmful,
5.
Total concentration of > = 1% on one or more substances classified as corrosive after R35,
6.
Total concentration > = 5% of one or more substances classified as corrosive after R34,
7.
Total concentration of > = 10% on one or more R41 substances classified as irritant,
8.
Total concentration of > = 20% on one or more R36, R37, R38 irritating substances,
9.
Concentration of > = 0.1% on a category 1 or 2 type substance known as carcinogenic,
10.
Concentration of > = 1% on a category 3 substance known as carcinogenic,
11.
concentration of > = 0.5% of a category 1 or 2 category substance classified as toxic for reproduction according to R60 or R61,
12.
Concentration of > = 5% on a R62 or R63 as Substances classified as toxic to reproduction category 3,
13.
Concentration of > = 0,1% on a substance classified as mutagenic according to R46 of category 1 or 2,
14.
Concentration of > = 1% on a category 3 substance classified as mutagenic according to R40.
Classification and R-numbers refer to the Directive 67 /548/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous substances (OJ L 327, 28.8.67. EC No 1). (3) The competent authority may, on a case-by-case basis for waste, classify a classification which differs from paragraph 1 if the waste owner proves that the waste listed as hazardous in the waste list does not contain any of the waste listed in Annex III to the Directive 2008 /98/EC (hazard criteria). The competent authority may, on a case-by-case basis, classify waste as hazardous if a waste listed in the list of waste as a non-hazardous waste has one or more of the above risk criteria. The countries have such decisions up to 31. Report to the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety to be forwarded to the Commission in December of the year. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 2 para. 1)
Waste directory

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2001, 3380-3406;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote) Introduction
1.
This directory is a community law a harmonised waste list, which is regularly reviewed on the basis of new findings and, in particular, of new research results and, if necessary, is amended in accordance with Article 18 of Directive 75 /442/EEC. However, the inclusion of a substance in the list does not mean that this substance is a waste in all circumstances. Substances are considered as waste only if the conditions of the definition of Section 3 (1) of the Circular Economy Act are fulfilled.
2.
The different types of waste in this directory are fully defined by the six-digit waste key and the corresponding two-or four-digit chapter headings. Therefore, a trash in the directory is to be determined in the following four steps:
a)
Determination of the Origin of the waste in Chapters 01 to 12 or 17 to 20 and the corresponding six-digit waste key (excluding the key of this chapter to 99). Depending on the activity, a particular plant must, where appropriate, divide its waste into several chapters. For example, B. an automobile manufacturer, depending on the process stage, under Chapter 12 (wastes from mechanical shaping and surface processing of metals), 11 (inorganic metal-containing wastes from metal processing and coating) and 08 (waste from the use of coatings). Note: separately collected packaging waste (including mixed packaging made of different materials) will not be classified in 20 01, but in 15 01.
b)
In Chapters 01 to 12 and 17 to 20, no matching waste key can be found, then chapters 13, 14 and 15 must be checked to determine the waste
c)
none of these waste keys are to be determined, then the waste is to be determined in accordance with Chapter 16.
d)
If the waste does not fall under Chapter 16, then the key ending on 99 (waste a. n. g.) in the part of the directory corresponding to the waste-producing activity determined in step 1
3.
For the purposes of this Regulation, "hazardous substance" means any substance classified as hazardous or classified as hazardous in accordance with the Hazardous Substances Ordinance; "heavy metal" means any compound of antimony, arsenic, cadmium, chromium (VI), copper, lead, mercury, nickel, Selenium, tellurium, thallium and tin, as well as these substances in metallic form, provided they are classified as dangerous substances.
4.
The provisions of § 3 (2) shall apply not for pure metal alloys, provided they are not contaminated by dangerous substances.

 Index
Chapter of the directory
1.
Waste that is used when searching, exploding, and recovering, as well as the physical and chemical Treatment of natural resources are created
2.
Waste from agriculture, horticulture, pond management, forestry, hunting and fishing, as well as the production and Processing of food products
3.
Waste from wood processing and the production of plates, furniture, pulp, paper and board
4.
Wastes from the leather, fur and textile industries
5.
Waste from petroleum refining, natural gas cleaning and coal pyrolysis
6.
Waste from inorganic-chemical processes
7.
Waste from organic-chemical processes
8.
Waste from production, preparation, distribution and application (HZVA) of coatings (paints, varnishes, enamel), adhesives, sealants and printing inks
9.
Wastes from the photographic industry
10.
Thermal waste Processes
11.
Waste from the chemical surface processing and coating of metals and other materials; non-ferrous hydrometallurgy
12.
Waste from mechanical shaping processes as well as the physical and mechanical surface processing of metals and plastics
13.
Oil wastes and wastes from liquid fuels (except edible oils, 05 and 12)
14.
Waste from organic solvents, coolants and propellant gases (except 07 and 08)
15.
Packaging waste, absorbent compounds, wipes, filter materials and protective clothing (a.n.g.)
16.
Waste that is not listed elsewhere in the directory
17.
Construction and Demolition waste (including excavation of contaminated sites)
18.
Waste from human health or veterinary care and research (excluding kitchens and animals)
18.
Restaurant waste that does not come from immediate nursing care)
19.
Waste from waste treatment plants, public waste water treatment plants and the Treatment of water for human consumption and water for industrial purposes
20.
Urban waste (household waste and similar industrial and industrial waste) wastes and wastes from facilities), including separately collected fractions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Waste Key Waste Label
01Waste, which is waste when searching, exploding, and recovering, as well as the physical and chemical treatment of Mineral resources are created
01 01Waste from mineral extraction
01 01 01 Waste from the degradation of metal-containing mineral resources
01 01 02Waste from the degradation of non-metal-containing materials Soil Estimates
01 03Waste from the physical and chemical processing of metal-containing mineral resources
01 03 04 *Acid-forming reprocessing residues from the processing of sulphide ore
01 03 05 * Other dress-up residues containing dangerous substances
01 03 06Preparation residues with the exception of those, which fall under 01 03 04 and 01 03 05
01 03 07 *Waste from the physical and chemical processing of other hazardous substances Metal-containing mineral resources
01 03 08Dust and powdery waste other than those mentioned in 01 03 07
01 03 09Red mud from alumina production with the exception of red mud, falling under 01 03 07
01 03 99 Waste a. n. g.
01 04Waste from the physical and chemical processing of non-metal-containing mineral resources
01 04 07 *Hazardous substances containing hazardous substances from the physical and chemical processing of non-metal-containing mineral resources
01 04 08Waste of gravel and rock with the exception of those that fall under 01 04 07
01 04 09 Sand and clay waste
01 04 10dusty and powdery waste, except for those under 01 04 07
01 04 11Waste from the processing of potash and rock salt with the exception of those falling under 01 04 07
01 04 12Processing residues and other waste from the laundry and cleaning of mineral resources, other than those falling under 01 04 07 and 01 04 11
01 04 13Waste from stone-metal-and-saw work other than those that fall under 01 04 07
01 04 99Waste a. n. g.
01 05Drill sludges and other drilling cases
01 05 04 Blows and waste from freshwater drilling
01 05 05 *Oil-containing drilling sludges and waste
01 05 06 *Drill and other drilling cases that contain dangerous substances
01 05 07 Barythal Drilling sludges and wastes other than those that fall under 01 05 05 and 01 05 06
01 05 08chloride-containing Drilling sludges and wastes other than those mentioned in 01 05 05 and 01 05 06
01 05 99 Waste a. n. g.
02Agriculture, horticulture, pond management, forestry, hunting and fishing, as well as the production and processing of waste Food
02 01Waste from agriculture, horticulture, pond economy, forestry, hunting and fishing
02 01 01Sleds of washing and cleaning operations
02 01 02Waste from animal fabric
02 01 03Herbal tissue waste
02 01 04 Plastic waste (without packaging)
02 01 06Animal excretions, manure/jauche and barn (including spoiled straw), waste water, separately collected and externally treated
02 01 07Forestry waste
02 01 08 *Waste chemicals for agriculture that contain dangerous substances
02 01 09 Waste chemicals for agriculture with the exception of those falling under 02 01 08
02 01 10 Metal wastes
02 01 99Waste a. n. g.
02 02Waste from the preparation and processing of meat, fish and other food of animal origin
02 02 01Sleds of washing and cleaning operations
02 02 02Waste from animal fabric
02 02 03unsuitable for human consumption or processing
02 02 04 sludges from on-site waste water treatment
02 02 99Waste a. n. g.
02 03Waste from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco, from the Manufacture of canned products, production of yeast and yeast extract as well as the preparation and fermentation of molasses
02 03 01sludges from washing, Cleaning, peeling, centrifuging and separation processes
02 03 02Preservatives waste
02 03 03Waste extraction with solvents
02 03 04for consumption or processing unsuitable substances
02 03 05sludges from on-site effluent treatment
02 03 99Waste a. n. g.
02 04Sugar from sugar production
02 04 01 Rübenerde
02 04 02calcium carbonate sludge not specified for specification
02 04 03sludges from on-site wastewater treatment
02 04 99Waste a. n. g.
02 05Milk processing waste
02 05 01 for consumption or processing of unsuitable substances
02 05 02sludge from on-site effluent treatment
02 05 99Waste a. n. g.
02 06Wastes from the production of bakery and confectionery
02 06 01 unsuitable for consumption or processing
02 06 02Preservatives wastes
02 06 03sludges from on-site waste water treatment
02 06 99Waste a. n. g.
02 07Wastes from the production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (without coffee, tea and cocoa)
02 07 01Waste from the washing, cleaning and mechanical crushing of the raw material
02 07 02 Wastes from alcohol distillation
02 07 03Chemical treatment wastes
02 07 04Unsuitable for consumption or processing
02 07 05sludges from the operating-side waste water treatment
02 07 99 Waste a. n. g.
03Wastes from woodworking and production of plates, furniture, pulp, paper and cardboard
03 01Wastes from woodworking and production of panels and furniture
03 01 01 Rinden and Cork Cases
03 01 04 *Sawdust, chips, sections, wood, chipboard and veneer, the dangerous substances
03 01 05Sawdust, shavings, sections, wood, chipboard and veneer other than those falling under 03 01 04
03 01 99Waste a. n. g.
03 02Wood conserving waste
03 02 01 * Halogen-free organic wood preservatives
03 02 02 *Chlorinated Organic Wood Preservatives
03 02 03 *organometallic wood preservatives
03 02 04 *inorganic Wood preservatives
03 02 05 *Other wood preservatives that contain dangerous substances
03 02 99wood preservatives a. n. g.
03 03Waste from the production and processing of pulp, paper, cardboard and cardboard
03 03 01Rinden and wood waste
03 03 02sulphite slurries (from the recovery of Cooking laughs)
03 03 05De-inking sludges from paper recycling
03 03 07 mechanically separated waste from the resolution of paper and cardboard waste
03 03 08Waste from the sorting of paper and paperboard for recycling
03 03 09lime sludge waste
03 03 10Fiber waste, fibre, filler and coating slurries from mechanical separation
03 03 11sludge from the operating-side Wastewater treatment other than those that fall under 03 03 10
03 03 99 Waste a. n. g.
04Leather, fur, and textile industry wastes
04 01 Wastes from the leather and fur industry
04 01 01Meat scraps and skins waste
04 01 02Äschertes Leimleder
04 01 03 *Degreasing waste, solvent-free, without liquid phase
04 01 04chrome-tanned broth
04 01 05 chrome-free tanning broth
04 01 06chromium-containing sludges, in particular from on-site wastewater treatment
04 01 07chromium-free sludges, in particular from on-site wastewater treatment
04 01 08 chromium-containing waste made of tanned leather (sections, sanding dust, shavings)
04 01 09Waste from the Redirection and finish
04 01 99Waste a. n. g.
04 02Textiles from the textile industry
04 02 09 Waste from composite materials (impregnated textiles, elastomer, plastomer)
04 02 10Organic substances made of natural materials (e.g. fats, Waxes)
04 02 14 *Waste from the finish that contains organic solvents
04 02 15Waste from the finish other than those mentioned in 04 02 14
04 02 16 *dyes and Pigments containing dangerous substances
04 02 17dyes and pigments other than those mentioned in 04 02 16
04 02 19 *sludges from on-site effluent treatment containing dangerous substances
04 02 20 sludges from on-site effluent treatment other than those mentioned in 04 02 19
04 02 21 Waste from untreated textile fibers
04 02 22Waste made from textile fibers processed
04 02 99 Waste a. n. g.
05Oil refining waste, natural gas purification and coal pyrolysis
05 01 Wastes from petroleum refining
05 01 02 *desalination sludges
05 01 03 *Tanks bottom sludges
05 01 04 *acidic alkyl sludges
05 01 05 *spilled oil
05 01 06 *oil-containing sludges from Operations and Maintenance
05 01 07 *Acid tearers
05 01 08 * other teas
05 01 09 *sludges from on-site effluent treatment that contain dangerous substances
05 01 10sludges from on-site effluent treatment other than those that fall under 05 01 09
05 01 11 *Fuel cleaning waste with bases
05 01 12 *acid-containing Oils
05 01 13Boilers from boiler feed water treatment
05 01 14 Wastes from cooling columns
05 01 15 *used filter tones
05 01 16sulfur-containing wastes from oil desulphurization
05 01 17Bitumen
05 01 99Waste a. n. g.
05 06Carbon pyrolysis wastes
05 06 01 * Acid tar
05 06 03 *Other Teers
05 06 04 Wastes from Cooling columns
05 06 99Waste a. n. g.
05 07Natural gas purification and transport wastes
05 07 01 * Mercury Containing Wastes
05 07 02Sulfur Wastes
05 07 99 Waste a. n. g.
06Waste from inorganic-chemical processes
06 01 Wastes from production, preparation, distribution and application (HZVA) of acids
06 01 01 *sulphuric acid and sulfurous Acid
06 01 02 *Hydrochloric acid
06 01 03 * Hydrofluoric Acid
06 01 04 *phosphoric acid and phosphorous acid
06 01 05 * Salpeteric acid and nitrous acid
06 01 06 *other acids
06 01 99Waste a. n. g.
06 02Bases HZVA from 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 Waste a. n. g.
06 03HZVA wastes from salts, salt solutions and metal oxides
06 03 11 * Solid salts and solutions that contain cyanide
06 03 13 *Solid salts and solutions, the heavy metals
06 03 14Fixed salts and solutions other than those mentioned in 06 03 11 and 06 03 13
06 03 15 *Metal oxides that contain heavy metals
06 03 16Metal oxides with exception of those who fall under 06 03 15
06 03 99Waste a. n. g.
06 04Metal-containing wastes with the exception of those below 06 03
06 04 03 * arsenic-containing wastes
06 04 04 *mercury-containing waste
06 04 05 *Waste that contains other heavy metals
06 04 99Waste a. n. g.
06 05sludge from the on-site effluent treatment
06 05 02 * sludges from on-site effluent treatment containing dangerous substances
06 05 03sludge from the -on-site effluent treatment other than those mentioned in 06 05 02
06 06Waste from sulphur-containing chemicals from HZVA, from Sulfur chemistry and desulphurization processes
06 06 02 *Waste containing dangerous sulphides
06 06 03sulphide-containing wastes other than those that fall under 06 06 02
06 06 99 Waste a. n. g.
06 07HZVA wastes from halogens and from halogen chemistry
06 07 01 * Wastes Containing Asbestos from electrolysis
06 07 02 *Carbon chloride from chlorine production
06 07 03 *Mercury-containing barium sulfate sludges
06 07 04 *Solutions and Acids, e.g. Contact acid
06 07 99Waste a. n. g.
06 08HZVA silicon and silicon compound waste
06 08 02 * Dangerous Chlorosilanes-containing wastes
06 08 99Waste a. n. g.
06 09HZVA wastes from phosphorous chemicals from phosphorous chemistry
06 09 02Phosphorus Slag
06 09 03 *Calcium-based reaction wastes that contain hazardous substances
06 09 04Calcium-based reaction wastes with the exception of those that fall under 06 09 03
06 09 99Waste a. n. g.
06 10HZVA waste from nitrogen-containing chemicals from nitrogen chemistry and fertilisers production
06 10 02 *Waste containing hazardous substances
06 10 99Waste a. n. g.
06 11Wastes from the production of inorganic pigments and colorators
06 11 01 Reaction wastes based on calcium from titanium dioxide production
06 11 99Waste a. n. g.
06 13Waste from inorganic chemical processes a. n. g.
06 13 01 *inorganic plant protection products, wood preservatives, and other biocides
06 13 02 *used activated charcoal (except 06 07 02)
06 13 03Industriesuß
06 13 04 *Asbestos processing waste
06 13 05 *Oven and Kaminruß
06 13 99 Waste a. n. g.
07organic-chemical process waste
07 01 Waste from production, preparation, distribution and application (HZVA) of organic basic chemicals
07 01 01 *Aqueous washing liquids and Mother liquors
07 01 03 *Halogenorganic Solvents, Washing Liquids and Motherllaughs
07 01 04 *Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 01 07 *halogenated reactants and distillation residues
07 01 08 *other reactants and distillation residues
07 01 09 *halogenated filter cakes, used absorbent materials
07 01 10 *Other filter cakes, used Absorptive materials
07 01 11 *sludge from the on-site effluent treatment containing dangerous substances
07 01 12sludges from on-site effluent treatment other than those mentioned in 07 01 11
07 01 99Waste a. n. g.
07 02HZVA plastic, synthetic rubber and synthetic fibers
07 02 01 *aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors
07 02 03 *Halogenorganic Solvents, Washing liquids and mother liquors
07 02 04 *Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 02 07 *halogenated reactants and distillation residues
07 02 08 *other Reaction and distillation residues
07 02 09 *halogenated filter cakes, used absorptive materials
07 02 10 *Other filter cakes, used absorbent materials
07 02 11 *sludges from the company-owned waste water treatment containing dangerous substances
07 02 12sludge from on-site effluent treatment with the exception of of those who fall under 07 02 11
07 02 13Plastic waste
07 02 14 * Wastes from additives containing dangerous substances
07 02 15Waste from additives other than those that under 07 02 14
07 02 16 *Hazardous Silicones-containing wastes
07 02 17 silicone-containing wastes, other than those mentioned in 07 02 16
07 02 99Waste a. n. g.
07 03HZVA organic dyes and pigments (except 06 11)
07 03 01 *aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors
07 03 03 *Halogenorganic Solvents, Washing liquids and mother liquors
07 03 04 *Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 03 07 *halogenated reactants and distillation residues
07 03 08 *other Reaction and distillation residues
07 03 09 *halogenated filter cakes, used absorptive materials
07 03 10 *Other filter cakes, used absorbent materials
07 03 11 *sludges from the company-owned waste water treatment containing dangerous substances
07 03 12sludge from on-site effluent treatment with the exception of of those who fall under 07 03 11
07 03 99Waste a. n. g.
07 04HZVA waste from organic plant protection products (except 02 01 08 and 02 01 09), wood protection products (except 03 02) and others Biocides
07 04 01 *aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors
07 04 03 * Halogen organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 04 04 *Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 04 07 *halogenated reactants and distillation residues
07 04 08 *Other reaction and distillation residues
07 04 09 *halogenated filter cake, used Absorbent materials
07 04 10 *Other filter cakes, used absorbent materials
07 04 11 *sludges from on-site effluent treatment containing dangerous substances
07 04 12 sludges from on-site effluent treatment other than those falling under 07 04 11
07 04 13 *solid waste, which hazardous substances included
07 04 99Waste a. n. g.
07 05HZVA waste from pharmaceuticals
07 05 01 * aqueous washing liquids and mother liquors
07 05 03 *Halogenorganic Solvents, Washing Liquids and Mother Laughs
07 05 04 *Other organic solvents, washing liquids, and mother liquors
07 05 07 * halogenated reaction and distillation residues
07 05 08 *other reactants and distillation residues
07 05 09 *halogenated filter cake, used absorbent materials
07 05 10 * Other filter cakes, used absorptive materials
07 05 11 *sludge from the on-site effluent treatment, the dangerous substances
07 05 12sludges from on-site effluent treatment other than those mentioned in 07 05 11
07 05 13 *Solid wastes containing dangerous substances
07 05 14solid waste wastes with the exception of those falling under 07 05 13
07 05 99Waste a. n. g.
07 06HZVA waste from fats, lubricants, soaps, detergents, disinfectants and body care products
07 06 01 *watery washing liquids and mother liquors
07 06 03 * Halogen organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 06 04 *Other organic solvents, washing liquids and Mother liquors
07 06 07 *halogenated reactants and distillation residues
07 06 08 * Other Reaction and Distillation Residues
07 06 09 *halogenated filter cakes, used Suction materials
07 06 10 *Other filter cakes, used absorbent materials
07 06 11 *sludges from on-site effluent treatment containing dangerous substances
07 06 12 sludge from the on-site effluent treatment other than those mentioned in 07 06 11
07 06 99Waste a. n. g.
07 07HZVA waste from fine chemicals and chemicals a. n. g.
07 07 01 *aqueous scrubbing liquids and mother liquors
07 07 03 * Halogen organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 07 04 *Other organic solvents, washing liquids and mother liquors
07 07 07 *halogenated reactants and distillation residues
07 07 08 *Other reaction and distillation residues
07 07 09 *halogenated filter cake, used Suction materials
07 07 10 *Other filter cakes, used sucking materials
07 07 11 *sludges from on-site effluent treatment containing dangerous substances
07 07 12 Blows from on-site effluent treatment other than those mentioned in 07 07 11
07 07 99 Waste a. n. g.
08HZVA wastes from coatings (paints, varnishes, enamel), adhesives, sealants and printing inks
08 01HZVA waste and paints and varnishes removal
08 01 11 *Color and color Paint waste containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances
08 01 12Colouring and varnishing waste other than those of 08 01 11 traps
08 01 13 *Color or paint sludges containing organic solvents or other hazardous substances
08 01 14Color or paint slurries other than those that fall under 08 ß1 13
08 01 15 * aqueous sludges containing paints or varnishes with organic solvents or other hazardous substances
08 01 16 aqueous sludges containing paints or varnishes, other than those mentioned in 08 01 15
08 01 17 *Waste from the paint or paint removal containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances
08 01 18Waste from paint or paint removal with the exception of paint or paint removal of those who fall under 08 01 17
08 01 19 *aqueous suspensions, the paints or varnishes with organic solvents or other dangerous substances Substances included
08 01 20aqueous suspensions containing paints or varnishes, with the exception of those falling under 08 01 19
08 01 21 *Color or paint removals
08 01 99Waste a. n. g.
08 02Waste from HZVA of other coatings (including ceramic materials)
08 02 01Coating powder waste
08 02 02Aqueous Sludges, the ceramic materials
08 02 03Aqueous suspensions containing ceramic materials
08 02 99 Waste a. n. g.
08 03Waste from printing HZVA
08 03 07 aqueous sludges that contain printing inks
08 03 08aqueous liquid waste containing printing inks
08 03 12 *Printing ink wastes that contain dangerous substances
08 03 13 Printing ink wastes other than those mentioned in 08 03 12
08 03 14 *Printing Ink Sludges, the Dangerous Substances
08 03 15Printing ink sludges other than those falling under 08 03 14
08 03 16 *etch solutions waste
08 03 17 *toner wastes containing dangerous substances
08 03 18toner wastes with the exception of those falling under 08 03 17
08 03 19 * Dispersion oil
08 03 99Waste a. n. g.
08 04HZVA waste from adhesives and sealants (including water repellant materials)
08 04 09 *Adhesive and sealant wastes containing organic solvents or other hazardous substances
08 04 10 Adhesive and sealant waste other than those that fall under 08 04 09
08 04 11 *adhesive-and Sealant-containing sludges containing organic solvents or other hazardous substances
08 04 12Adhesives and sealant-containing sludges with The exception of those falling under 08 04 11
08 04 13 *aqueous sludges, adhesives or sealants with organic solvents or other hazardous substances
08 04 14aqueous sludges containing adhesives or sealants, with the exception of those under 08 04 13
08 04 15 *aqueous liquid waste, adhesives or sealants containing organic solvents or other hazardous substances
08 04 16aqueous liquid waste containing adhesives or sealants, other than those under 08 04 15
08 04 17 *Harrots
08 04 99Waste a. n. g.
08 05Wastes not listed under 08
08 05 01 * Isocyanate Wastes
09Waste From the photographic industry
09 01Wastes from the photographic industry
09 01 01 *Water-based developer and activator solutions
09 01 02 *Offset printing plate developer solutions on water basis
09 01 03 *Solvent-based developer solutions
09 01 04 * Fixation Baths
09 01 05 *Bleach and bleach-Fixier baths
09 01 06 *silver-containing waste from the on-site treatment of photographic waste
09 01 07Films and photographic papers containing silver or silver compounds
09 01 08Films and photographic papers that do not contain silver and no silver Silver connections included
09 01 10No batteries one-way cameras
09 01 11 * Einwegkcameras with batteries falling under 16 06 01, 16 06 02 or 16 06 03
09 01 12disposable cameras with Batteries other than those falling under 09 01 11
09 01 13 *aqueous liquid waste from operating-side silver recovery with Exception to the ones that fall under 09 01 06
09 01 99 Waste a. n. g.
10Thermal process wastes
10 01 Waste from power plants and other combustion plants (except 19)
10 01 01Rost and boiler ash, slag and boiler dust with the exception of boiler dust falling under 10 01 04
10 01 02Carbon fire filter dusts
10 01 03Filter dust from peat and fire with (untreated) wood
10 01 04 *Filter dusts and Boiler dust from oil firing
10 01 05Calcium-based reaction waste from flue gas desulphurisation in solid form
10 01 07Calcium-based reaction waste from flue gas desulphurisation in the form of sludges
10 01 09 * sulphuric acid
10 01 13 *Filter dusts of emulsified fuels used as fuels Hydrocarbons
10 01 14 *Rost and boiler ash, slag and boiler dust from the waste co-incineration, the dangerous substances
10 01 15Rost and boiler ash, slag and boiler dust from waste co-incineration with the exception of those under 10 01 14
10 01 16 *Filter dusts from waste co-incineration containing dangerous substances
10 01 17Filter dusts from waste co-incineration other than those mentioned in 10 01 16
10 01 18 * Waste from exhaust gas treatment containing hazardous substances
10 01 19Waste from exhaust gas treatment other than those that 10 01 05, 10 01 07 and 10 01 18
10 01 20 *The sludge from the on-site effluent treatment, the dangerous substances
10 01 21sludges from on-site effluent treatment other than those mentioned in 10 01 20
10 01 22 *aqueous sludges from boiler cleaning that contain dangerous substances
10 01 23 aqueous sludges from the boiler cleaning with the exception of those falling under 10 01 22
10 01 24Sande from the Fluidized-bed firing
10 01 25Waste from storage and preparation of fuel for coal-fired power plants
10 01 26Waste from cooling water waste
10 01 99Waste a. n. g.
10 02Iron and steel wastes
10 02 01 Waste from the processing of slag
10 02 02Unworked slag
10 02 07 *Solid waste from the treatment of exhaust gases containing dangerous substances
10 02 08Waste from the Exhaust gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 02 07
10 02 10Walzzunder
10 02 11 *Oil-containing waste from cooling water treatment
10 02 12Waste from cooling water treatment with The exception of those falling under 10 02 11
10 02 13 *sludge and filter cake from the exhaust gas treatment, the dangerous substances
10 02 14sludge and filter cake from exhaust gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 02 13
10 02 15Other sludges and filter cakes
10 02 99Waste a. n. g.
10 03Thermal Aluminum Metallurgy Wastes
10 03 02 anode scrap
10 03 04 *slag from the first meltdown
10 03 05Aluminium oxide waste
10 03 08 *Salt slags from the twine melts
10 03 09 *black puddles from the twine
10 03 15 *Scum, the Flammable or in contact with water flammable gases in dangerous quantities
10 03 16Scum with the exception of the one of those under 10 03 15
10 03 17 *tar-containing waste from anode production
10 03 18 anode production waste containing carbons, other than those below 10 03 17
10 03 19 * Filter dust containing dangerous substances
10 03 20Filter dust with the exception of filter dust falling under 10 03 19
10 03 21 *Other particles and dust (including ball mill dust) that contain dangerous substances
10 03 22particles and dust (including ball mill dust) with the exception of those falling under 10 03 21
10 03 23 * Solid waste from the treatment of exhaust gases containing dangerous substances
10 03 24Solid waste from exhaust gas treatment with the exception of of those falling under 10 03 23
10 03 25 *sludges and filter cakes from the exhaust treatment containing dangerous substances
10 03 26sludges and filter cakes from exhaust treatment other than those falling under 10 03 25
10 03 27 *Oil-containing waste from cooling water treatment
10 03 28Waste from cooling water treatment with Exception to those falling under 10 03 27
10 03 29 *Waste containing dangerous substances from the treatment of salt slags and black Dross
10 03 30Waste from the treatment of salt slags and black crows with the exception of those falling under 10 03 29
10 03 99Waste a. n. g.
10 04Thermal lead metallurgy wastes
10 04 01 * Shackles (first and second chmelts)
10 04 02 *Crows and scum (first and second chmelts)
10 04 03 *Calcium arsenate
10 04 04 *Filterstaub
10 04 05 *Other particles and dust
10 04 06 *Solid waste from the Exhaust gas treatment
10 04 07 *Exhaust Gas sludge and filter cake
10 04 09 * Oil-containing waste from cooling water treatment
10 04 10Waste from cooling water treatment with exception of those who fall under 10 04 09
10 04 99Waste a. n. g.
10 05Thermal zinc metallurgy wastes
10 05 01 Shackles (first and second chmelts)
10 05 03 *Filter dust
10 05 04 Other particulates and dust
10 05 05 *Solid waste from exhaust treatment
10 05 06 *The sludge and filter cake from the exhaust gas treatment
10 05 08 * Oil-containing waste from cooling water treatment
10 05 09Waste from cooling water treatment other than those under 10 05 08
10 05 10 *Crows and scum that are flammable or emit flammable gases in dangerous quantities in contact with water
10 05 11Crows and scum with the exception of those falling under 10 05 10
10 05 99 Waste a. n. g.
10 06Thermal Copper Metallurgy Wastes
10 06 01slag (first and second melts)
10 06 02puddles and scum (first and second chmelts)
10 06 03 *Filter dust
10 06 04other particles and dust
10 06 06 *solid waste from exhaust gas treatment
10 06 07 * sludge and filter cake from exhaust gas treatment
10 06 09 *Oil-containing waste from cooling water treatment
10 06 10Waste from cooling water treatment with the exception of those falling under 10 06 09
10 06 99 Waste a. n. g.
10 07Thermal Silver, Gold and Platinum Metallurgy Wastes
10 07 01slag (first and second chmelts)
10 07 02puddles and scum (first and second chmelts)
10 07 03solid waste from exhaust gas treatment
10 07 04other Particles and dust
10 07 05The sludge and filter cake from the exhaust gas treatment
10 07 07 * Oil-containing waste from cooling water treatment
10 07 08Waste from cooling water treatment with exception of those who fall under 10 07 07
10 07 99Waste a. n. g.
10 08Waste from other thermal non-ferrous metallurgy
10 08 04 Particles and dust
10 08 08 *Salt slags (first and second chmelts)
10 08 09Other slag
10 08 10 *Crows and scum that are flammable or in Contact with water flammable gases in dangerous quantity
10 08 11Crows and scum with the exception of those under 10 08 10 traps
10 08 12 *tar-containing waste from anode production
10 08 13 Carbon-containing wastes from anode manufacture other than those mentioned in 10 08 12
10 08 14 anode scrap
10 08 15 *Filter dust that contains dangerous substances
10 08 16Filter dust with the exception of the one that falls under 10 08 15
10 08 17 *sludge and filter cake Exhaust gas treatment containing dangerous substances
10 08 18sludge and filter cake from exhaust gas treatment other than those under 10 08 17 traps
10 08 19 *Oil-containing waste from cooling water treatment
10 08 20 Waste from cooling water treatment with the exception of those falling under 10 08 19
10 08 99Waste a. n. g.
10 09Wastes from casting of iron and steel
10 09 03 Furnace Slag
10 09 05 *Casting moulds and sandeans containing dangerous substances before casting
10 09 06Casting moulds and sande before casting except those mentioned in 10 09 05
10 09 07 * Casting moulds and moulds containing dangerous substances after casting
10 09 08Casting moulds and sand sande after casting Exception to those that fall under 10 09 07
10 09 09 *Filter dust containing dangerous substances
10 09 10Filter dust with the exception of the one that falls under 10 09 09
10 09 11 *Other Particles containing dangerous substances
10 09 12Particles other than those mentioned in 10 09 11
10 09 13 *Waste from binders containing dangerous substances
10 09 14 Wastes of binders other than those mentioned in 10 09 13
10 09 15 *Waste from risk-indicating substances which hazardous substances included
10 09 16Waste from risk-indicating substances other than those mentioned in 10 09 15
10 09 99Waste a. n. g.
10 10Non-ferrous waste casting waste
10 10 03 Furnace Slag
10 10 05 *Casting moulds and sandeans containing dangerous substances before casting
10 10 06Casting moulds and sande before casting except those falling under 10 10 05
10 10 07 * Casting moulds and moulds containing dangerous substances after casting
10 10 08Casting moulds and sand sande after casting Exception to those falling under 10 10 07
10 10 09 *Filter dust containing dangerous substances
10 10 10Filter dust with the exception of the one that falls below 10 10 09
10 10 11 *Other Particles containing dangerous substances
10 10 12Particles other than those mentioned in 10 10 11
10 10 13 *Waste from binders containing dangerous substances
10 10 14 Waste of binders with the exception of those below 10 10 13
10 10 15 *Waste from risk-indicating substances which hazardous substances included
10 10 16Waste from risk-indicating substances other than those mentioned in 10 10 15
10 10 99Waste a. n. g.
10 11Waste from glass and glass products production
10 11 03 Glass fiber waste
10 11 05particles and dust
10 11 09 * Melting waste with hazardous substances before melting
10 11 10The batch waste before melting with the exception For those who fall under 10 11 09
10 11 11 *Glass waste in small particles and glass dust containing heavy metals (e.g. Electron Beam Tubes)
10 11 12Glass waste with the exception of the one falling below 10 11 11
10 11 13 *Glass polishers and glass slips containing dangerous substances
10 11 14 Glass polishing and glass grinding sludges other than those mentioned in 10 11 13
10 11 15 *Solid waste from exhaust gas treatment, containing dangerous substances
10 11 16Solid waste from exhaust gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 11 15
10 11 17 *Sludge and filter cake from the exhaust treatment containing dangerous substances
10 11 18 sludges and filter cakes from exhaust treatment other than those falling under 10 11 17
10 11 19 * Solid waste from on-site effluent treatment containing dangerous substances
10 11 20Solid waste from the company's own waste water Waste water treatment other than those mentioned in 10 11 19
10 11 99Waste a. n. g.
10 12Waste from the manufacture of ceramic products and ceramic building materials such as bricks, tiles, stoneware
10 12 01Raw mixtures before burning
10 12 03Particles and Dust
10 12 05The sludge and filter cake from the exhaust gas treatment
10 12 06 Discarded Shapes
10 12 08Wastes from ceramic products, bricks, tiles and stoneware (after the Burning)
10 12 09 *Solid waste from the treatment of exhaust gases containing dangerous substances
10 12 10Solid waste from exhaust gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 12 09
10 12 11 * Glass waste containing heavy metals
10 12 12Glass waste with the exception of those falling under 10 12 11
10 12 13sludges from on-site wastewater treatment
10 12 99 Waste a. n. g.
10 13Waste from the production of cement, burnt lime, plaster and products from these
10 13 01Waste of raw material before firing
10 13 04Waste from calcination and hydration from Branntkalk
10 13 06Particles and dust (except 10 13 12 and 10 13 13)
10 13 07 sludge and filter cake from the exhaust gas treatment
10 13 09 *Waste containing asbestos from the production of Asbestos cement
10 13 10Waste from the production of asbestos cement with the exception of those falling under 10 13 09
10 13 11Waste from the production of other cement-based composite materials other than those mentioned in 10 13 09 and 10 13 10
10 13 12 *Solid waste from exhaust gas treatment containing dangerous substances
10 13 13 Solid wastes from exhaust gas treatment other than those mentioned in 10 13 12
10 13 14Concrete waste and Concrete sludges
10 13 99Waste a. n. g.
10 14Crematoria wastes
10 14 01 * mercury-containing waste from gas cleaning
11 Waste from the chemical surface processing and coating of metals and other materials; non-ferrous hydrometallurgy
11 01 Waste from the chemical surface processing and coating of metals and other materials (e.g. electroplating, galvanizing, pickling, etching, phosphatizing, alkaline degreasing and anodizing)
11 01 05 *acidic pickling solutions
11 01 06 *acids a. n. g.
11 01 07 *alkaline pickling solutions
11 01 08 * Phosphating Sludges
11 01 09 *sludge and filter cakes containing dangerous substances
11 01 10sludges and filter cakes other than those mentioned in 11 01 09
11 01 11 * aqueous rinse liquids containing dangerous substances
11 01 12aqueous rinsing liquids other than those under 11 01 11 traps
11 01 13 *Degreasing waste that contains dangerous substances
11 01 14Degreasing waste other than those mentioned in 11 01 13
11 01 15 *Eluate and sludges from membrane systems or ion exchange systems containing dangerous substances
11 01 16 *saturated or consumed Ion Exchange Resins
11 01 98 *Other wastes containing dangerous substances
11 01 99Waste a. n. g.
11 02Waste from non-ferrous hydrometallurgy processes
11 02 02 * Zinc Hydrometallurgy Sludges (including Jarosit, Goethite)
11 02 03Waste from the production of anodes for aqueous electrolytic processes
11 02 05 *Wastes from copper hydrometallurgy processes containing dangerous substances
11 02 06Wastes from copper hydrometallurgy processes other than those that fall under 11 02 05
11 02 07 *Other wastes containing dangerous substances
11 02 99Waste a. n. g.
11 03Blows and solids from hardship processes
11 03 01 * cyanide-containing wastes
11 03 02 *other wastes
11 05 Waste thermal galvanizing processes
11 05 01Hartzink
11 05 02Zinc ash
11 05 03 *Solid waste from exhaust gas treatment
11 05 04 *used fluxes
11 05 99 Waste a. n. g.
12Waste from mechanical shaping processes as well as the physical and mechanical surface treatment of metals and Plastics
12 01Waste from processes of mechanical shaping as well as the physical and mechanical surface processing of metals and Plastics
12 01 01Iron arrow and spin shavings
12 01 02 Ice dust and parts
12 01 03Non-ferrous metal shavings and shavings
12 01 04 NE-Metal dust and particles
12 01 05Plastic chips and spawn
12 01 06 *mineral oil-based halogen-containing processing oils (except emulsions and solutions)
12 01 07 * Halogen-free mineral oil-based processing oils (except emulsions and solutions)
12 01 08 *halogen-containing machining emulsions and Solutions
12 01 09 *Halogen-free machining emulsions and solutions
12 01 10 * synthetic machining oils
12 01 12 *used waxes and fats
12 01 13Welding Waste
12 01 14 *Hazardous Substances
12 01 15Machining sludges other than those falling under 12 01 14
12 01 16 *Hazardous materials containing hazardous substances
12 01 17Radiation waste with the exception of of those falling under 12 01 16
12 01 18 *Oil-containing metal sludges (muff, hon and lapping sludges)
12 01 19 *Biodegradable Machining Oils
12 01 20 *used Hon and Abrasives containing dangerous substances
12 01 21used and abrasives other than those described in 12 01 20 traps
12 01 99Waste a. n. g.
12 03Water and steam degreasing wastes (except 11)
12 03 01 * watery wash liquids
12 03 02 * Steam degreasing waste
13Oil waste and wastes from liquid fuels (except edible oils and oil waste, which are available under 05, 12 and 19 fall)
13 01Hydraulic oil waste
13 01 01 * Hydraulic oils, the PCB 11)
13 01 04 *Chlorinated Emulsions
13 01 05 *Non-chlorinated emulsions
13 01 09 *Mineral Oil Base Chlorinated Hydraulic Oils
13 01 10 *Non-chlorinated Mineral oil-based hydraulic oils
13 01 11 *Synthetic hydraulic oils
13 01 12 * biologically easily degradable hydraulic oils
13 01 13 *other hydraulic oils
13 02Machinery, Gearbox and Lubricating Oils
13 02 04 *chlorinated Mineral oil-based machinery, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 05 *Non-chlorinated machinery, gear and lubricating oils on Mineral oil base
13 02 06 *Synthetic machinery, transmission and lubricating oils
13 02 07 * biologically easily degradable machinery, gear and lubricating oils
13 02 08 *other machine, gear and gear units Lubricating oils
13 03Isolating and heat transfer oils wastes
13 03 01 * Isolated and heat transfer oils that contain PCBs
13 03 06 *chlorinated insulating and heat transfer oils Mineral oil base other than those mentioned in 13 03 01
13 03 07 *Non-chlorinated insulating and heat transfer oils on Mineral Oil Base
13 03 08 *Synthetic insulating and heat transfer oils
13 03 09 * biologically easily degradable insulating and heat transfer oils
13 03 10 *other insulating and heat transfer oils. Heat Transfer Oils
13 04Bilge oils
13 04 01 * Bilge oils from inland waterway transport
13 04 02 *Bilge oils from whey runoff channels
13 04 03 *Other shipping of bilge oils
13 05Oil/water separator contents
13 05 01 *Solid waste from sand capture systems and oil/water separators
13 05 02 * sludges from oil/water separators
13 05 03 *sludges from intake shafts
13 05 06 *Oils from oil/water separators
13 05 07 *Oily water Oil/water separators
13 05 08 *Fat mixtures of sand capture systems and oil/water separators
13 07Waste liquid fuels
13 07 01 *Fuel oil and diesel
13 07 02 *Petrol
13 07 03 *Other fuels (including Mixtures)
13 08Oil falls a. n. g.
13 08 01 *Sludges or emulsions from desalers
13 08 02 * Other emulsions
13 08 99 * Waste a. n. g.
14Organic solvents, coolants, and propellant gases (except 07 and 08)
14 06Waste from organic solvents, coolants, and foam and aerosol propellant gases
14 06 01 * Chlorofluorocarbons, HCFCs, HFCs
14 06 02 *Other halogenated solvents and solvent mixtures
14 06 03 *Other solvents and solvent mixtures
14 06 04 *sludges or solid wastes that contain halogenated solvents
14 06 05 * sludges or solid wastes containing other solvents
15Packaging waste, absorbent masses, wipes, Filter materials and protective clothing (a. n. g.)
15 01Packaging (including separately collected municipal packaging waste)
15 01 01Packaging from paper and cardboard
15 01 02Plastic packaging
15 01 03Packaging made of wood
15 01 04Packaging from Metal
15 01 05Composite Packaging
15 01 06 Mixed packaging
15 01 07Glass packaging
15 01 09 Packaging from textiles
15 01 10 *Packaging that contains residues of hazardous substances or by hazardous substances are contaminated
15 01 11 *Packaging made of metal containing a hazardous solid porous matrix (e.g. asbestos), including jelly pressure containers
15 02suction and filter materials, wipes and protective clothing
15 02 02 *Saug and filter materials (including oil filters a. n. g.), wipes and protective clothing contaminated by dangerous substances.
15 02 03 Auction and filter materials, wipes and protective clothing other than those that fall under 15 02 02
16 Waste that is not listed elsewhere in the directory
16 01End-of-life vehicles of different modes (including mobile machinery) and waste from dismantling of end-of-life vehicles as well as vehicle maintenance (except 13, 14, 16 06 and 16 08)
16 01 03 Alttyres
16 01 04 *End-of-Life Vehicles
16 01 06 End-of-life vehicles that do not contain liquids or other hazardous components
16 01 07 *Oil Filters
16 01 08 *Mercury Containing Ingredients
16 01 09 *Components that PCB
16 01 10 *Explosive components (e.g. from airbags)
16 01 11 * asbestos brake pads
16 01 12Brake pads other than those mentioned in 16 01 11
16 01 13 *Brake liquids
16 01 14 *Frost protection products, which hazardous substances included
16 01 15Frost protection products with the exception of those falling under 16 01 14
16 01 16liquefied gas container
16 01 17ferrous metals
16 01 18Non-ferrous metals
16 01 19Plastics
16 01 20Glass
16 01 21 *Hazardous components other than those that 16 01 07 to 16 01 11, 16 01 13 and 16 01 14
16 01 22Components a.n.g.
16 01 99Waste a. n. g.
16 02Waste from electrical and electronic devices
16 02 09 * Transformers and capacitors that contain PCBs
16 02 10 *used equipment containing or contaminated with PCBs , with the exception of those falling under 16 02 09
16 02 11 *used equipment, the hydrochlorofluorocarbons in the form of part and full halogenated hydrocarbons.
16 02 12 *used devices that contain free asbestos
16 02 13 * Dangerous Ingredients 22) -containing used equipment, except for those used falling under 16 02 09 to 16 02 12
16 02 14used equipment other than those that fall under 16 02 09 to 16 02 13
16 02 15 *dangerous components removed from used devices
16 02 16 From used devices removed items other than those falling under 16 02 15
16 03Missing and unused Products
16 03 03 *Inorganic wastes containing dangerous substances
16 03 04 inorganic wastes other than those falling under 16 03 03
16 03 05 *organic waste that is hazardous substances included
16 03 06Organic wastes with the exception of those falling under 16 03 05
16 04Explosive Waste
16 04 01 *ammunition
16 04 02 *Fireworks wastes
16 04 03 *Other explosives
16 05Gases in pressurised containers and used chemicals
16 05 04 * Gases containing dangerous substances in pressurised containers (including halons)
16 05 05Gases in pressure vessels other than those, which fall under 16 05 04
16 05 06 *Laboratory chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances, including mixtures of Laboratory chemicals
16 05 07 *Used inorganic chemicals consisting of or containing hazardous substances
16 05 08 *used organic chemicals consisting of or containing hazardous substances
16 05 09used chemicals with the exception of those falling under 16 05 06, 16 05 07 or 16 05 08
16 06 Batteries and accumulators
16 06 01 *Lead batterys
16 06 02 * Ni-Cd batteries
16 06 03 *Batteries containing mercury
16 06 04alkaline batteries (except 16 06 03)
16 06 05Other batteries and accumulators
16 06 06 *separately collected electrolytes from batteries and accumulators
16 07 Waste from the cleaning of transport and storage tanks and barrels (except 05 and 13)
16 07 08 *Oil-containing waste wastes
16 07 09 *Waste containing other hazardous substances
16 07 99 Waste a. n. g.
16 08Used catalysts
16 08 01 Reused catalysts containing gold, silver, rhenium, rhodium, palladium, iridium or platinum (except 16 08 07)
16 08 02 * Used Catalysts, the Dangerous Transition Metals 33) or their connections
16 08 03used catalysts containing transition metals or their compounds, a. n. g.
16 08 04Used catalysts from cracking processes (except 16 08 07)
16 08 05 * used catalysts which contain phosphoric acid
16 08 06 *used liquids, which are used as catalysts
16 08 07 *used catalysts contaminated by hazardous substances
16 09oxidising agents
16 09 01 *permanganates, e.g. Potassium permanganate
16 09 02 *Chromate, e.g. Potassium chromate, potassium or sodium dichromate
16 09 03 * Peroxides, e.g. Hydrogen peroxide
16 09 04 *oxidising substances a. n. g.
16 10aqueous liquid waste for external treatment
16 10 01 * aqueous liquid wastes containing dangerous substances
16 10 02aqueous liquid waste other than those that are 16 10 01 traps
16 10 03 *Aqueous concentrates containing dangerous substances
16 10 04aqueous concentrates other than those falling under 16 10 03
16 11Used Linings and refractory materials
16 11 01 *Carbon-based linings and refractory materials from metallurgical processes, which are hazardous substances included
16 11 02Carbon-based linings and refractory materials from metallurgical processes with the exception of of those falling under 16 11 01
16 11 03 *Other linings and refractory materials from metallurgical processes, the dangerous substances
16 11 04Linings and refractory materials from metallurgical processes other than those described in 16 11 03
16 11 05 *Linings and refractory materials from non-metallurgical processes containing dangerous substances
16 11 06 linings and fireproof materials from non-metallurgical processes other than those mentioned in 16 11 05
17Construction and demolition wastes (including excavation of polluted sites)
17 01Concrete, brick, tiles and ceramics
17 01 01 Concrete
17 01 02Brick
17 01 03 Tiles, tiles and ceramics
17 01 06 *Mixtures from or separate factions of concrete, tiles, tiles and ceramics, which are dangerous substances included
17 01 07Mixtures of concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics other than those that are under 17 01 06 dropped
17 02Wood, glass and plastic
17 02 01 Wood
17 02 02Glass
17 02 03 Plastic
17 02 04 *Glass, plastic and wood containing dangerous substances or polluted by dangerous substances
17 03bituminous mixtures, coal tar and teerous products
17 03 01 * bituminous mixtures containing carbon fibres
17 03 02Bitumen mixtures with the exception of those under 17 03 01 traps
17 03 03 *coal tar and tar-containing products
17 04 Metals (including alloys)
17 04 01Copper, Bronze, Brass
17 04 02Aluminium
17 04 03lead
17 04 04 Zinc
17 04 05Iron and steel
17 04 06 tin
17 04 07mixed metals
17 04 09 * Metal wastes contaminated by hazardous substances
17 04 10 *Cable, the oil, coal tar or other dangerous substances included
17 04 11Cable with the exception of those falling under 17 04 10
17 05Bottom (including excavation of contaminated sites), stones and dredgergut
17 05 03 * Ground and Stones containing dangerous substances
17 05 04Ground and stones other than those under 17 05 03 traps
17 05 05 *Baggergut containing dangerous substances
17 05 06 Baggergut with the exception of the one that falls under 17 05 05
17 05 07 *Scoop, the dangerous substances
17 05 08Track bulkhead with the exception of the one falling under 17 05 07
17 06 Insulation material and asbestos-containing building materials
17 06 01 *Insulation material that contains asbestos
17 06 03 *other insulation material consisting of hazardous substances or containing such substances
17 06 04 insulating material with the exception of the one falling under 17 06 01 and 17 06 03
17 06 05 *asbestos Building materials
17 08Gipsbased building materials
17 08 01 * Plaster-based construction materials contaminated by hazardous substances
17 08 02gypsum-based building materials, excluding those that under 17 08 01 traps
17 09Other construction and demolition wastes
17 09 01 * Construction and demolition wastes containing mercury
17 09 02 *Construction and demolition wastes containing PCBs (e.g. PCBs) Sealing compounds, resin-based floorings containing PCBs, insulating glazing containing PCBs, capacitors containing PCBs)
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 human health or veterinary care and research (excluding kitchens and restaurants that do not come from immediate nursing)
18 01Wastes from obstetrics, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of disease in humans
18 01 01 Tip or sharp objects (except 18 01 03)
18 01 02Body parts and organs, including blood bags and blood preserves (except 18 01 03)
18 01 03 *Waste collection and disposal from an infection-prevention point of view, special requirements
18 01 04Waste, whose collection and disposal from an infection prevention point of view will not be subject to any special requirements (e.g. B. Wool and plaster bandages, linen, disposable clothes, diapers)
18 01 06 *Chemicals that consist of hazardous substances or those that are
18 01 07Chemicals with the exception of those that fall under 18 01 06
18 01 08 *cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines
18 01 09Medicinal products with the exception of those under 18 01 08 traps
18 01 10 *Dental amalgam waste from dentistry
18 02 Waste from research, diagnosis, medical care and animal welfare
18 02 01Top or sharp objects with Exception to those falling under 18 02 02
18 02 02 *Waste collection and disposal from an infection-prevention point of view Requirements are set
18 02 03Waste, whose collection and disposal from an infection-prevention point of view do not require special requirements
18 02 05 *Chemicals that consist of or contain hazardous substances
18 02 06Chemicals with the exception of those under 18 02 05
18 02 07 * Cytotoxic and cytostatic medicine
18 02 08 Medicines other than those mentioned in 18 02 07
19Waste from waste treatment plants, Public waste water treatment plants as well as water treatment for human consumption and water for industrial purposes
19 01 Waste from the incineration or pyrolysis of waste
19 01 02iron parts, removed from the rust and boiler ash
19 01 05 *Filter cake from exhaust treatment
19 01 06 *watery liquid waste from waste gas treatment and other aqueous liquid waste
19 01 07 *solid waste from exhaust gas treatment
19 01 10 *used activated carbon from exhaust gas treatment
19 01 11 * Rost and boiler ashes as well as slag containing dangerous substances
19 01 12Rost and boiler ash and slag with the exception of those who fall under 19 01 11
19 01 13 *Filter dust containing dangerous substances
19 01 14Filter dust other than the one falling under 19 01 13
19 01 15 *Boiler dust, the containing dangerous substances
19 01 16Boiler dust with the exception of the one falling under 19 01 15
19 01 17 *pyrolysis wastes containing dangerous substances
19 01 18pyrolysis wastes with Exception to those falling under 19 01 17
19 01 19Sande from fluidised bed firing
19 01 99Waste a. n. g.
19 02Waste from the physico-chemical treatment of waste (including dechromatization, cyanide removal, Neutralization)
19 02 03premixed wastes consisting exclusively of non-hazardous wastes
19 02 04 *pre-mixed waste containing at least one hazardous waste
19 02 05 * sludge from the physico-chemical treatment containing dangerous substances
19 02 06sludge from the physico-chemical Treatment with the exception of those falling under 19 02 05
19 02 07 *Oil and concentrates from separation processes
19 02 08 *Liquid flammable wastes containing dangerous substances
19 02 09 * Solid combustible wastes containing dangerous substances
19 02 10combustible wastes other than those that are under 19 02 08 and 19 02 09 traps
19 02 11 *Other wastes containing dangerous substances
19 02 99 Waste a. n. g.
19 03Stabilised and solidified wastes 44)
19 03 04 *as dangerously graded partially stabilized 55)
19 03 05stabilized waste other than those under 19 03 04 traps
19 03 06 *hardened solid wastes classified as hazardous
19 03 07 solidified waste other than those that fall under 19 03 06
19 04glazed waste and waste from the glazing
19 04 01glazed waste
19 04 02 * Filter dust and other waste from exhaust gas treatment
19 04 03 *non-glazed solid phase
19 04 04aqueous liquid waste from tempering
19 05Waste from aerobic treatment from solid waste
19 05 01non-composted fraction of settlement and similar wastes
19 05 02non-composted fraction of animal and vegetable waste
19 05 03 Compost not specified for specification
19 05 99Waste a. n. g.
19 06Waste from the anaerobic treatment of waste
19 06 03 liquids from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste
19 06 04Gärrückstand/-mud from anaerobic treatment of municipal waste
19 06 05liquids from anaerobic treatment of animal and plant waste
19 06 06Fermentation Residue from anaerobic treatment of animal and vegetable waste
19 06 99 Waste a. n. g.
19 07Deponiesickerwasser
19 07 02 * Deponiesickerwasser, which contains dangerous substances
19 07 03Deponiesickerwasser with the exception of the one that is under 19 07 02
19 08Waste water treatment plants a. n. g.
19 08 01Screen and calculation backlogs
19 08 02 Sanding residues
19 08 05Urban waste water sludges
19 08 06 *Saturated Or Consumed Ion Exchange Resins
19 08 07 *Solutions and sludges from the Regeneration of ion exchangers
19 08 08 *Heavy Metal Wastes from Membrane Systems
19 08 09Fat and oil blends of oil separators exclusively containing edible oils and fats
19 08 10 * Flower and oil blends of oil separators with the exception of those falling under 19 08 09
19 08 11 *sludge from the biological Treatment of industrial waste water containing dangerous substances
19 08 12sludge from the biological treatment of industrial waste water with the exception of those falling under 19 08 11
19 08 13 *sludges, the dangerous substances from another treatment of industrial waste water
19 08 14sludges from other treatment of industrial waste water other than those mentioned in 19 08 13
19 08 99Waste a. n. g.
19 09Waste from the preparation of water for human use or industrial use water
19 09 01Solid waste from initial filtration and screen residues
19 09 02sludges from the Water clarification
19 09 03Decarbonatization sludges
19 09 04 secondhand activated carbon
19 09 05Saturated Or Used Ion Exchange Resins
19 09 06Solutions and sludges from the regeneration of ion exchangers
19 09 99Waste a. n. g.
19 10Shredding of metal waste shredding
19 10 01 Iron and steel wastes
19 10 02Non-ferrous metal wastes
19 10 03 * Shredder light fractions and dust containing dangerous substances
19 10 04Shredding light fractions and Dust with the exception of those below 19 10 03
19 10 05 *Other fractions containing dangerous substances
19 10 06other factions other than those that fall under 19 10 05
19 11 Waste from waste oil preparation
19 11 01 *used filter tones
19 11 02 *Acid tar
19 11 03 *aqueous liquid waste
19 11 04 *Fuel cleaning waste with bases
19 11 05 *sludges from the company-owned waste water treatment containing dangerous substances
19 11 06sludge from on-site effluent treatment with the exception of of those falling under 19 11 05
19 11 07 *Waste from exhaust gas purification
19 11 99 Waste a. n. g.
19 12Waste from the mechanical treatment of waste (e.g. B. Sorting, crushing, compacting, pelletizing) a. n. g.
19 12 01Paper and paperboard
19 12 02 Iron Metals
19 12 03Non-ferrous metals
19 12 04 Plastic and rubber
19 12 05Glass
19 12 06 * Wood that contains dangerous substances
19 12 07Wood with the exception of the one falling under 19 12 06
19 12 08Textiles
19 12 09Minerals (e.g. sand, stones)
19 12 10combustible wastes (waste fuels)
19 12 11 * Other wastes (including mixtures of materials) from the mechanical treatment of wastes containing dangerous substances
19 12 12 Other wastes (including mixtures of materials) from the mechanical treatment of wastes other than those mentioned in 19 12 11
19 13 Waste from soil and groundwater remediation
19 13 01 *Solid waste from the remediation of soils, the hazardous waste Substances included
19 13 02Solid waste from the remediation of soils other than those mentioned in 19 13 01
19 13 03 *The sludge from the remediation of soils containing dangerous substances
19 13 04 sludge from the remediation of soils other than those mentioned in 19 13 03
19 13 05 *sludge from the remediation of Groundwater containing dangerous substances
19 13 06The sludge from the remediation of groundwater other than those under 19 13 05 falling
19 13 07 *aqueous liquid waste and aqueous concentrates from the remediation of groundwater containing dangerous substances
19 13 08 aqueous liquid waste and aqueous Concentrates from the remediation of groundwater with the exception of those falling under 19 13 07
20Urban waste (household waste and similar) commercial and industrial waste and waste from facilities), including separately collected fractions
20 01separately collected Fractions (except 15 01)
20 01 01Paper and board
20 01 02 Glass
20 01 08biodegradable kitchens and canine wastes
20 01 10 Clothing
20 01 11Textiles
20 01 13 * Solvents
20 01 14 *acids
20 01 15 * Laughs
20 01 17 *Photo chemicals
20 01 19 * Pesticides
20 01 21 *Fluorescent tubes and other mercury-containing wastes
20 01 23 *used equipment that contains chlorofluorocarbons
20 01 25 edible oils and fats
20 01 26 *Oils and fats other than those mentioned in 20 01 25
20 01 27 *Colors, inks, adhesives and synthetic resins containing dangerous substances
20 01 28 Colours, printing inks, adhesives and resins other than those mentioned in 20 01 27
20 01 29 *Cleaning products that hazardous substances included
20 01 30Cleaning products with the exception of those mentioned in 20 01 29
20 01 31 *cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines
20 01 32Medicinal products with the exception of those falling under 20 01 31
20 01 33 *Batteries and accumulators falling under 16 06 01, 16 06 02 or 16 06 03, as well as mixed Batteries and accumulators containing such batteries
20 01 34Batteries and accumulators, other than those described in 20 01 33
20 01 35 *used electrical and electronic devices, the dangerous components 66) , with the exception of those under 20 01 21 and 20 01 23
20 01 36used electrical and electronic devices other than those that fall under 20 01 21, 20 01 23 and 20 01 35
20 01 37 *Wood containing dangerous substances
20 01 38Wood with the exception of the wood, which is less than 20 01 37 falls
20 01 39Plastics
20 01 40 Metals
20 01 41Chimney Cleaning Wastes
20 01 99 Other fractions a. n. g.
20 02Garden and parking waste (including cemetery waste)
20 02 01 Biodegradable Wastes
20 02 02Floor and Stones
20 02 03other non-biodegradable wastes
20 03other municipal waste
20 03 01Mixed municipal waste
20 03 02Markdown
20 03 03street name
20 03 04faecal sludge
20 03 06Channel cleaning waste
20 03 07 Lock trash
20 03 99Settlement waste a. n. g.
66)
Hazy components of electrical and electronic equipment include: (b) accumulators and batteries listed under 16 06 and classified as hazardous, mercury switches, glass from cathode ray tubes and other coated glass.
55)
A waste is considered to be partially stabilized if, after the stabilization process has been completed, dangerous substances that are dangerous in the short, medium or long term, which are not fully in have been transformed into non-hazardous substances into the environment.
44)
Stabilization processes change the dangerousness of the components of the waste and thus convert hazardous waste into non-hazardous waste. Solidification processes change the physical nature of the waste (e.g. liquid in solid) through the use of additives without touching the chemical properties.
33)
Transition metals within the meaning of this entry are: scandium, vanadium, manganese, cobalt, copper, yttrium, niobium, hafnium, tungsten, titanium, chromium, iron, nickel, zinc, zirconium, Molybdenum and tantalum. These metals and their compounds are considered dangerous if they are classified as dangerous substances. As a result, classification as hazardous substances decides which transition metals and compounds containing transition metals are dangerous.
22)
Dangerous components of electrical and electronic equipment include e.g. Accumulators and batteries listed under 16 06 and classified as hazardous, mercury switches, glass from cathode ray tubes, and other-coated glass.
11)
For PCBs, this waste list is the definition of the policy 96 /59/EC.