Electrical And Electronic Equipment Waste Management Rules

Original Language Title: Elektrisko un elektronisko iekārtu atkritumu apsaimniekošanas noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 923 in 2004 (9 November. No 64 42) waste electrical and electronic equipment management regulations Issued in accordance with the waste management law was 20.7 the second paragraph of article 2 and paragraph 3 (I). The general question 1. determines: 1.1. waste electrical and electronic equipment collection and treatment requirements;
1.2. electrical and electronic equipment waste collection, reuse, recycling and recovery rates and deadlines, as well as the order in which the message will be provided for this work.
II. Waste Electrical and electronic equipment collection and processing requirements 2. Economic operators of electrical and electronic equipment collected separately from other waste household and hazardous waste.
3. Before any operation that is performed in the waste electrical and electronic equipment storage (including temporary storage) to the waste chemicals and ingredients separate, break, broken, as well as prepare for recovery or disposal (treatment), the operator shall: 3.1 water and pollutants-pretinfiltrācij coverage;
3.2. against precipitation resistant shelter;
3.3. surface runoff collection facilities and oil receivers, if applicable at the place of storage is intended to store the waste electrical and electronic equipment from which it is possible for oil retention.
4. Electrical and electronic equipment waste treatment equipment (hereinafter referred to as processing equipment) operator shall: 4.1 weights of electrical and electronic waste mass;
4.2. water and contaminants-pretinfiltrācij cover with surface drainage collection facilities and, where appropriate, with oil receivers, as well as against precipitation resistant mix where are stored and processed waste electrical and electronic equipment;
4.3. appropriate space for storage of ingredients separated;
4.4. suitable tanks, batteries and accumulators polihlorēto biphenyls and terphenyls polihlorēto containing capacitors and other hazardous waste, as well as for the storage of radioactive waste;
4.5. sewage discharge and purification systems.
5. the processing plant operator provides the following processing equipment delivered separately collected waste electrical and electronic equipment for the separation of substances and materials: 5.1 polihlorēto biphenyls (PCB) containing capacitors;
5.2. details that have mercury (mercury containing relays, switches or flashing lights);
5.3. batteries and accumulators;
5.4. mobile phones and other equipment for printed circuit boards, if the printed circuit board surface is greater than 10 cm2;
5.5. the liquid and Pasty, as well as colour toner toner cartridges;
5.6. plastic containing brominated flame retardant, chemicals or chemical products;
5.7. asbestos waste and components containing asbestos;
5.8. CRT;
5.9. chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs, CFCs), hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) or hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), hydrocarbons (HC);
5.10. gas discharge lamps;
5.11. liquid crystal display (with skin) if it exceeds 100 cm2 of the surface, and the display, what with gas discharge lamps;
5.12. external electric cables;
5.13. details that refractory ceramic fibres;
5.14. the details of the content of radioactive substances (except for the parts with which activities may be carried out without special permission (license) or permit activities with ionizing radiation sources);
5.15. electrolyte-containing capacitors (height > > 25 mm, diameter 25 mm or proportionately similar volume).
6. Processing equipment operator supports this separately collected waste electrical and electronic equipment for processing: 6.1. fluorescent layer separation from cathode-ray tubes;
6.2. ozone layer depleting chemicals and greenhouse gas discharges from the plant foam and shape;
6.3. removing mercury from gas discharge lamps.
7. Waste Electrical and electronic equipment in existing materials and components, after which the shredder may encounter hazardous wastes separated and stored separately.
8. Electrical and electronic equipment waste that is hazardous or radioactive, transfer operators, which have received the permission of hazardous or radioactive waste processing or disposal.
9. For a listing of hazardous waste from electrical and electronic equipment waste treatment equipment the individual journal according to the accounts of hazardous waste regulatory laws.
10. If the processing equipment operator does not waste electrical and electronic equipment waste separation, as well as the waste resulting from the operation of other processing equipment, and waste water treatment, environmental inspectors after the State presented the request of contracts: 10.1. transfer of waste management;
10.2. for waste water treatment;
10.3. for oily wastewater purification.
11. regional environmental administration at least once a year check the processing equipment is complying with environmental protection laws and regulatory requirements and licence conditions.
III. Waste Electrical and electronic equipment collection, reuse, recycling and recovery of volumes and terms 12. Waste Electrical and electronic equipment collection, reuse (the original purpose of use), recycling and recovery of volume run these rules provide time limits: 12.1. electrical and electronic equipment manufacturers;
12.2. in accordance with the waste management Act, the second paragraph of article 20.4 created waste electrical and electronic equipment management organisations.
13. By 1 January 2009 household electrical and electronic equipment waste volume per year must be at least four kilograms of household electrical and electronic equipment to the population.
14. By January 1, 2009 this provision a person referred to in point 12 of each year provide the processing equipment delivered to waste electrical and electronic equipment for reuse, recycling and recovery in the following volumes: 14.1 recycles at least 80% of the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 July 2004 No. 624 of the regulations ' provisions on waste electrical and electronic equipment categories "(hereinafter Regulation No 624) for the category 1 (large household appliances) and 10 categories (vending machines) waste electrical and electronic equipment of average weight by reusing and recovering at least 75% of these waste materials, materials and substances;
14.2. at least 75% of the processing rules that no 624 3. category (information technology and telecommunications equipment) and 4 categories (consumer equipment) waste electrical and electronic equipment of average weight, reusing and recovering at least 65% of the waste components, materials and substances;
14.3. processing at least 70% of the said Regulation No 3096 2. category (small household appliances), category 5 (lighting equipment), category 6 (electric and electronic instruments, except large stationary equipment), category 7 (toys, leisure and sports equipment) and category 9 (monitoring and control instruments) waste electrical and electronic equipment of average weight, reusing and recovering at least 50% of this waste components, materials and substances;
14.4. reuse and recover at least 80% of the gas discharge lamps for existing components, materials and substances.
15. The recycling, reuse and recovery amount is determined as a percentage of the electrical and electronic equipment, average weight, which delivered a waste treatment facility the previous year.
16. To show the collection, recycling, reuse and recovery, this provision a person referred to in paragraph 12 shall be determined and recorded in the waste electrical and electronic equipment, components, materials and the mass of the substance when the waste is delivered to processing plants and is exported from processing plants or when the waste is delivered to the recycling or recovery equipment.
17. Outside the European Community exported waste electrical and electronic equipment to the masses including collection, re-use, recovery and recycling, if the exporter can prove that the waste recycling, re-use or reclamation has taken place in the importing country in accordance with the requirements of these rules are equivalent, and other electrical and electronic equipment waste management laws and regulatory requirements.
IV. Report on waste electrical and electronic equipment collection, reuse, recycling and recovery levels 18. Electrical and electronic equipment producers and distributors every year until March 1 to submit a report to the Environment Ministry or its authorized institution for the past year the market of electrical and electronic equipment and the weight (for each Regulation No 624 that electrical and electronic equipment category).
19. in paragraph 12 of these regulations, the persons and processing equipment operators each year up to March 1 presented to the Environment Ministry or its authorized institution:

19.1. a report on the previous year separately collected in the electrical and electronic equipment, weight and quantity (per the rules no 624 that electrical and electronic equipment category);
19.2. the report on the previous year in Latvia again, processed and used recycled waste electrical and electronic equipment weight and quantity (per the rules no 624 that electrical and electronic equipment category);
19.3. a report on the previous year the collected waste electrical and electronic equipment the weight and the number of exported for processing outside of Latvia (for each Regulation No 624 that electrical and electronic equipment category);
19.4. the report on the previous year in Latvia imported for processing waste electrical and electronic equipment (for each Regulation No 624 that electrical and electronic equipment category).
20. Electrical and electronic equipment manufacturers which supply electrical and electronic equipment using the distance contract, every year until March 1 to submit a report to the Environment Ministry or its authorized institution for other national markets common electrical and electronic equipment and the weight (for each Regulation No 624 that electrical and electronic equipment category).
V. closing question 21. Chapter IV of the rules shall enter into force by 1 January 2006.
Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003, Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
Prime Minister i. Emsis Environment Minister r. vējonis Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 14 November 2004.