Rules For The Packaging Recovery Percentages (Specific Gravity) And Deadlines For Registration And Reporting Procedures And Sample Forms, Requirements For The Company To Be Registered As The Packaging Apsaimn

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par visa izlietotā iepakojuma reģenerācijas procentuālo apjomu (īpatsvaru) un termiņiem, reģistrēšanas un ziņojumu sniegšanas kārtību un veidlapu paraugiem, prasībām, kas komercsabiedrībai jāizpilda, lai tā tiktu reģistrēta kā iepakojuma apsaimn

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 65 of 2007 in Riga on 16 January (pr. 4. § 47) rules on the packaging recovery percentages (specific gravity) and deadlines for registration and reporting procedures and sample forms, requirements for the company to be registered as the operator of packaging, the packaging of application definition criteria and exceptions concerning the heavy metal content in the package Issued in accordance with the law of the Pack 1.1 the third paragraph of article, article 7, article 13, second subparagraph, article 15 second the third, fifth and the third subparagraph of article 19 of the regulations provides: 1 1.1. all packaging and various types of packaging recovery (including recycling), the percentages of (especially a weight) and deadlines;
1.2. the calendar year the amount of packaging waste generated, which reaches to the packer or a packaging operator is obliged to register, Ministry of the environment authorized institution;
1.3. requirements that company to the authorized institution of the Ministry of the environment established in the packaging of the operator;
1.4. the arrangements for submitting reports for the produced, exported to other countries, or from other countries, the amount and type of packaging and packaging waste collection and recovery of resources and types, as well as sample forms;
1.5. the packaging of application definition criteria;
1.6. type of packaging and materials that can be applied to exceptions to the heavy metal content. 2. The packaging and various types of packaging recovery percentage (percentage), and the dates by which certain amount recoverable in this provision are laid down in annex 1. 3. where the Packer of packaging waste volume in a calendar year is more than 300 kilograms and who has not entered into an agreement for the management of packaging waste with the packing, ensure the operator of any given type of packaging material in percentage of volume (specific gravity), or total recovery packaging waste percentage (percentage) recovery. If the total specified in these provisions of packaging waste recovery percentage (percentage) is less than the prescribed specific packaging material recovery percentage (percentage), must provide a specific packer of packaging waste material recovery percentage (percentage) according to the rules set out in annex 1 of the volumes and deadlines. 4. where the Packer of packaging waste volume in a calendar year is more than 300 kilograms, register for national environmental authorities in the relevant regional environmental administration within three months from the date when the quantity is exceeded. 5. Company registration package operator status if it is established and implemented by the packaging waste management system. System company provides: 5.1 the appropriate recovery of packaging waste volumes according to environmental legislation requirements;
5.2. the collection of packaging waste in all areas of the district, creating a shared packaging collection system;
5.3. the measures for informing the public, and to motivate participation in packaging waste management. 6. packaging operator registered with the national Office of environment monitoring. 7. To register, packer or the operator submits the package for 4 or 5 of these rules mentioned in paragraph body application. If the operator or packaging the packer is a legal person, the application shall be accompanied by the merchant or other corporate registry a copy of the registration certificate issued on presentation of the original. 8. packaging the operator in addition to these regulations, paragraph 7, of the documents submitted the following list of contracts concluded for: 8.1. contracts with Packer for packaging waste management;
8.2. contracts for the recycling of packaging waste, with people who recycle packaging waste or leave them to other countries for processing;
8.3. the contracts with persons who carry on the management of waste packaging waste collection and transfer to merchants who recycle packaging waste recycling or exported to other countries. 9. National Environment services of the regional environmental Office two weeks after this provision referred to in section 7 requirements for the packer shall issue a certificate of registration. 10. Environment monitoring by the Office of the country two weeks after this provision in paragraph 7 and 8 of the said requirements, packaging operator shall issue a certificate of registration. 11. the packer or packaging establishment to niekotāj until May 1 of the current year shall be submitted to the institution in which it is registered to: 11.1. report on the production in the other countries in the exported or imported from other countries and a blank volume and types of packaging (annex 2) in the preceding calendar year;
11.2. a report on the collection of packaging waste and resource recovery amount and type (annex 3) in the previous calendar year, if the amount of packaging waste in any calendar year is more than 300 kilograms. 12. Package of application definition criteria are laid down in annex 4 of these rules. 13. A total of lead, cadmium, mercury and hexavalent chromium (heavy metals) of glass packaging and packaging materials, which are added during the production process repeatedly recyclable materials, but are not used for heavy metals, may exceed 100 ppm (parts per million by weight), that is, up to 100 milligrams per kilogram or packaging material or component pursuant to paragraph 14 of these rules. 14. glass packaging and packaging material facilities where packages and packaging material manufacturing process adds repeatedly pārstrādājamo materials, each month is measured heavy metal content in production. If the heavy metal content in one of twelve consecutive monthly measurements exceeding 200 ppm (parts per million by weight), that is, 200 milligrams per kilogram of the material, or the packaging or components, the manufacturer of it two weeks written notice to the State Office of environmental monitoring. The notification shall specify: 14.1. heavy metal content;
14.2. measurement methods used;
14.3. heavy metal content rules over possible reasons;
14.4. the measures taken to reduce the heavy metal contents (detailed description). 15. environmental monitoring national Office within two weeks in writing inform the public about the environmental rules, paragraph 14, and the information provided by the manufacturer. 16. the packer and the packaging manufacturer provides national environmental service, upon his request and the heavy metal content of measurement results and measurement methods used. 17. Be declared unenforceable in cabinet from 13 December 2005, Regulation No 953 "provisions for exceptions in relation to the heavy metal content in packaging, the packaging recovery percentage amounts (percentages) and the deadlines for registration and reporting procedures and sample form" (Latvian journal, 2005, nr. 201). Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 1994, Directive 94/62/EC on packaging and packaging waste;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004, Directive 2004/12/EC amending Directive 94/62/EC on packaging and packaging waste;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 2005 of Directive 2005/20/EC, amending Directive 94/62/EC on packaging and packaging waste. Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 1 Cabinet on 16 January 2007 the Regulation No. 65 and the packaging of various types of packaging recovery percentage (percentage) and 1. Packaging material recovery (recycling and energy recovery) volume (%) table 1 no veids1 PO box packaging material packaging material recovery (recycling and energy recovery) up to the year 31 December (%) 2 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 1. Paper, paperboard 62 67 74 76 77 78 79 81 82 83 2. Plastic 18 21 28 32 35 36 37 39 40 41 3. Metal glass 27 30 38 42 44 45 46 48 49 50 4.
21 24 25 25 26 27 27 28 28 29 32 35 40 45 50 55 58 61 63 65 5. Tree all together 46 50 51 52 54 55 56 58 59 60 2. materiāliem3 packaging material processing volume (%) table 2 no veids1 PO box packaging material packaging material processing volumes until the December 31 of the year (%) 2 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 1. Paper, paperboard 14 15 16 18 19 56 59 59 59 59 59 60 60 60 60 2. Plastic 16.5 19.5 21 22 27 30 32 34 38 40 42 46 48 50 4 3 metal 22.5. Glass 32 35 38 40
45 48 50 55 58 60 5. Tree together all 8 10 10 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 42 45 46 47 49 50 51 53 54 55 materiāliem3


The notes. 1 Package of composites (laminate) recovery percentages (rate) is determined by the weight of the material is superior. 2 Specific types of packaging material recovery and recycling, as well as recovery or recycling rules are implemented as follows: a particular type of packaging materials and regenerated the processed, as well as recovered or recycled packaging waste the amount (%) = (a particular type of packaging material the regenerated and recycled, as well as the recovered or recycled volume of packaging (kg): the overall market position in a particular type of packaging material volume (kg)) x 100% 3 Packer total recovery and recycling as well as recovery or recycling rules are implemented as follows: the total amount of the recovered packaging waste (%) = (total the amount of packaging waste recovered (kg): the total amount of packaging placed on the market (kg)) x 100% total amount of packaging waste processed (%) = (total amount of packaging waste processed (kg): the total amount of packaging placed on the market (kg)) x 100% operator of the total recovery Packaging and/or processing rules are implemented as follows: the total amount of the recovered packaging waste (%) = (total package to niekotāj the establishment of the amount of recovered packaging waste (kg) the total package: the operator's contract partners in the market place, the volume of packaging (kg)) x 100% total amount of packaging waste processed (%) = (total package to the establishment niekotāj recycled packaging waste volume (kg): total packaging operator's contract partners in the market place, the volume of packaging (kg)) x 100% Minister of environment r. vējonis annex 2 Cabinet of 16 January 2007, regulations No 65 report on production, exported to other countries, or from other countries, the amount and type of packaging in the Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 3 Cabinet on 16 January 2007 the Regulation No. 65 a message on the collection of packaging waste and resource recovery volumes and Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 16 January 2007 the Regulation No. 65 packaging of application definition criteria are no Criteria example PO box articles that have packaging products packaging 1. articles considered to be packaging provided they fulfil a packaging law above definition independent of other functions which the packaging might still perform except where the product concerned is an integral part of the product and it is necessary to contain, support or store that product throughout its lifetime and all components of the product intended for use, consume or dispose of them at the same time 1) candy boxes 2) CD and videotape cover packaging film 1) 2) tool boxes tea bags wax layers of cheese 3) 4) 5) puķupod the skin of the sausage that the plants remain all vegetation products 2. designed and intended to be filled at the point of sale and ' disposable ' items sold, filled or designed and intended to be filled at the point of sale shall be considered to be packaging provided they fulfil a packaging function 1) paper or plastic shopping bags 2) disposable plates and cups 3) packaging film 4) sandwich bags aluminium foil 5) 1) 2) stirrer disposable cutlery 3. ancillary elements of the packaging components and included in the package, considered part of the packaging into which they are integrated. Ancillary elements, suspended or affixed directly to the item and fulfil a packaging function shall be considered to be packaging unless they are an integral part of that part of the goods and all ancillary components is expected to be consumed or disposed of them at the same time 1) label, hung or attached directly to the product 2) mascara brush which is part of the container closure sticky 3) label affixed to the packages of the other 4) clamp 5) plastic sleeve 6) dispenser that is part of the container closure for detergents, the Minister of the environment r. vējonis