Law No. 5007
Acceptance Date: 12/03/2003
Article 1 - signed on October 1, 1996 "Mediterranean Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and the Prevention of Pollution from disposal with the attached statement of the Protocol" has been found appropriate approval.
Article 2 - This Law shall enter into force on the date of publication.
Article 3 - This Law shall be enforced by the Council of Ministers.
MEDITERRANEAN RESULTING FROM HAZARDOUS WASTES TRANS-BORDER
MOVEMENT AND DISPOSAL
POLLUTION PREVENTION PROTOCOL
Present Protocol Contracting Parties
Barcelona adopted on February 16, 1976, and amended on June 10, the Mediterranean of 1995 's protection against Pollution of the Convention parties
hazardous wastes transboundary movements and disposal of environmentally threatening the whole of the Mediterranean region are aware that a threat, the most effective way to protect
of human health and the marine environment against the dangers arising from hazardous waste, Convinced that type of waste such substitution and the reduction and elimination of the production of other clean production methods,
transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and other nations, knowingly, especially in developing countries has increased the will of banning the disposal of,
1992 Environment and Development in Rio Declaration and especially the state "around heavy damage to the leads or people from all activities which have been found to be hazardous to the health and substance to prevent and be transferred to move to another state or the need to cooperate in order to prohibit" states 14, and the principle of taking into account, resulting from
a State the pollution of another State to the presence of an international increasing the provision concerns failure to transfer and to end the complete elimination of cross border movements of hazardous wastes, this target is aware that needed to minimize such movement
every State has the entry of hazardous waste within its own borders, transit or knowing also that of sovereignty for eliminating the prohibition,
1982 United Nations taking into account the relevant provisions of the Law of the Sea Convention
March 22, 1989 date in which was adopted the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movement and disposal of Hazardous Wastes and in particular the Convention 11 Articles with the Basel Convention the first order of the Contracting parties adopted the second and third Meeting II / 22 II / 12 III / No.1 decisions keeping in view,
including the Barcelona Convention on transboundary hazardous waste in many States where the several Contracting parties for example with the European Economic Community to prohibit the movement of African, Caribbean and Pacific States, signed on 15 December 1989 Lomé in Group 4. the AKP / EEC Convention and the African Union Organization under the auspices of January 30 1991 on the accepted Hazardous Wastes Africa Importation Prohibition and Africa 'Hazardous Waste of Transboundary Movements of Control and Management for Bamako Convention, such as the Basel Convention on the appropriate legal measures to take that and taking in again considering that enter into international agreements,
that differ from the economic and legal development levels of the various States of the Mediterranean coast and in such economically and legally different from benefiting developing countries in knowing that they should not be permitted to the detriment of hazardous waste, environmental and social situation
waste is the most effective method for combating human health and the environment threaten to reduce the transfer of activities that produce hazardous waste and keeping in mind even the ban,
following have way deal:
DEFINITIONS Article under this protocol:
(a) "Convention", adopted in Barcelona on 16 February 1976 and 10 June 1995 made changes to the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea Against Pollution means the Convention
( b) "Party" Contract of the 29 st of this pursuant to paragraph 1 of Article Protocol means the Contracting parties:
(c) "waste" disposed of, disposal, thought or disposal of prescribed substances under national law provisions or objects means;
(D) "Hazardous waste" means waste set out in Article 3 of this Protocol Article;
(E) "Disposal" means this Protocol III to any of the operations specified in Annex;
(F) "Transboundary movement" dangerous waste of a State by another State from the territory of the national jurisdiction to be taken to the territory of the national jurisdiction or passing the region or at least two-state movement of wastes where in any State's national jurisdiction no means to be taken from a region or regions;
(G) "Approved site or facility" for the disposal of hazardous waste sites or by the relevant authority of the State in which the property is located or permit granted work authorization for this purpose means a site or facility;
(H) "competent authority" of the notices related to transboundary movements of hazardous wastes in geographical areas where appropriate, and receipt of any information related to it and is a government institution, deemed a Party, if appropriate, be responsible to respond to such notification;
(I) "Clean production methods" means 5 and 8 of this Protocol or production methods that reduce the amount of hazardous waste removed in accordance with Articles;
(J) of hazardous waste "environmentally sound management" of the collection of hazardous waste transportation and disposal (including aftercare of the disposal sites) for human health and the environment will perform in a manner that protects against adverse effects that may arise as a result of such wastes is meant to take all practicable steps;
(K) "national jurisdiction of a State" means a State's human health or environmental protection that apply in relation to administrative and regulatory responsibility in accordance with international law, all land, sea and airspace means;
(S) "State of export" means a Party or the thought that initiated the launch of the cross-border movement of hazardous waste;
(M) "Importer State" means a Party that believed that or be the introduction for installation before the hazardous waste transboundary movements of that State in the elimination order or any state disposal in an area not in the national jurisdiction;
(N) "Transit State", the exporter or importer outside the State over the planned cross-border movement of hazardous wastes or where it is of any State;
(O) "Exporter" Exporters availability under the jurisdiction of the State means any person who regulates the export of hazardous wastes;
(P) "Importer" Importers availability under the jurisdiction of the State, means any person governing the import of hazardous waste;
(Q) "Manufacturer" means a person because of his activity produces hazardous wastes or, if that person is not known, the owner of this waste and / or the person under whose control means;
(R) "Disposal that" he was taken to the hazardous waste and means the person carrying out the operation to eliminate this waste;
(S) "Illegal traffic" means any transboundary movement of hazardous wastes referred to in Article 9 th;
(T) "Person" means any natural or legal person;
(U) "Developing countries' Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member countries * with no means;
(V) "Developed countries' Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member countries * means;
(W) "Organization of Articles 2 (b) means the institutions mentioned in Article.
2. FIELD OF PROTOCOL Article
this Protocol, the protocol area in question is the area defined in Article 1 of the Convention.
* Under this Protocol, Monaco shall have the same rights and obligations as all the OECD member states. 3
. SCOPE OF THE PROTOCOL Article
1. This Protocol shall apply to registered waste and hazardous substances as follows:
(a) This Protocol waste falling within any of the categories contained in Annex II pearls;
(B) (a) above paragraph, although it enter into the scope, exporter, importer, or transit of hazardous wastes accepted or defined as the state's domestic law;
(C) wastes that have any of the features found in the present Protocol, the provisions of Annex II;
(D) Prohibited found or expired, manufacturers or exporters of hazardous substances, which voluntarily withdrew necessary official record or deleted to human health or revoked license for environmental reasons or rejected or use in manufacturing or exporting country through government legislation in the country.
2. derive from the normal operations of ships, the discharge of waste which is subject to another international instrument, are excluded from the scope of this Protocol.
. The issuance, depending on the import or transit of consultation with state authorities to do these before moving cross-border waste to check whether there is scope of this Protocol conditions, manufacturer, exporter, or is the importer's responsibility.
4. DESCRIPTION OF NATIONAL HAZARDOUS WASTE Article
1. each Party to the Convention, a party after six months in this Protocol II No. crops other than those listed regarded as hazardous waste according to their national legislation or identified waste and shall inform the Organization for such implementation to waste required transboundary movements procedures subject.
2. Each Party shall provide the Organization with information on all significant changes in the information provided in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article.
3. Organization, the knowledge gained in the framework of paragraph 1 and 2 of this Article shall submit to all Parties.
4. Parties, they transmit the information required under paragraph 3 of this Article, the organization is responsible for delivering their own exporters.
GENERAL OBLIGATIONS 1. Protocol Parties in the field of hazardous wastes may cause the application of the transboundary movement and disposal to prevent pollution, reduce and take all appropriate measures to eliminate them.
2. Parties to minimize the generation of hazardous waste and take all appropriate measures to eliminate if possible. 3
. Parties, but also to minimize the cross-border movement of hazardous waste in the Mediterranean to download and take all appropriate measures to eliminate if possible. To achieve this goal, the importation of Parties individually or collectively, have the right to prohibit hazardous waste. Other parties will not allow exports to States which have banned the import of hazardous waste and to respect the sovereign decision.
4. This Protocol Article 6 of the 4th Subject to the provisions of paragraph all parties to export to developing countries of hazardous wastes and to prohibit the transit, all fit in their national jurisdictions legal, administrative and other measures and the European Union * non-member Parties of hazardous wastes shall prohibit all imports and transit.
5. The Parties will cooperate with international and regional organizations concerned with other United Nations agencies to prevent illegal traffic in their national laws in accordance with sanctions measures to achieve this purpose shall take appropriate measures, including.
6. TRANS-BORDER MOVEMENT AND NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES Article
In exceptional cases, which can not be disposed of in accordance with the environment in the country of origin unless otherwise prohibited to cross border movements of hazardous wastes can be allowed under the following conditions;
* Monaco under this Protocol shall have the same rights and obligations as EU Member States.
1. Mediterranean in developing countries because of the special situation of hazardous waste in an environmentally friendly manner considering they do not have the technical capacity and disposal facilities that can eliminate if it includes;
2. If the competent authority of the importing state hazardous waste in an environmentally compatible way with the technical capacity to an approved disposal facility location or procure; 3
. Hazardous waste transboundary movement but the present Protocol IV of the no written notice of the exporting State, as indicated in the Annex and the importer, or transit towards the state (s) takes place if they notify their written consent. This does not apply to the requirements of paragraph hazardous waste passing through the territorial waters of the countries referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article.
4. Transit will be the state's territorial waters of transboundary hazardous waste transport, transit state previously only exporting State as specified in Annex IV to this Protocol may take place if no prior notice. Following receipt of the notification, bring a transit state of international law on transition from its territorial waters and all obligations of the State to the attention of exporters to domestic law provisions on the protection of the marine environment has been recognized as eligible for international law. Where necessary, the Transit State may take appropriate measures with international law. This procedure must comply with the period prescribed in the Basel Convention.
5. each State involved in the cross-border movement, this movement, especially with international safety standards and financial guarantees, mainly standards and procedures laid down in the Basel Convention will ensure that appropriate.
7. IMPORT DUTY AGAIN Article
due to the impossibility of the realization of the contract for the transport and disposal of waste transboundary movement can not be completed if the exporting State hazardous waste will be imported again. For this purpose, any transit State, the following will be properly informed by exporting State objected to return to the State exporters of the waste, will not complicate or impede.
8. REGIONAL COOPERATION Article
1. In accordance with the Article 13 of the Articles of Association, the Parties in scientific and technological matters related to pollution from hazardous wastes will cooperate as much as possible, especially through clean production methods, implementation of new methods of production of hazardous wastes and reduction through development and will work to eliminate.
2. To this end, the Parties providing annual reports on hazardous waste they produce and they transfer within the Organization of the Protocol, the Organization shall ensure that hazardous waste can control. 3
. The Parties shall cooperate in taking appropriate measures to implement the precautionary approach based on prevention of pollution problems arising from hazardous wastes and their transboundary movement and disposal. In this regard, the Parties shall ensure the implementation of cleaner production methods in the production process.
ILLEGAL TRAFFIC 1. Under this Protocol, any transboundary movement of hazardous wastes falling contrary to the general principles of international law or this Protocol shall be called the illegal traffic.
2. Each Party, including the implementation of such sanctions to persons engaged in illegal activities and to prevent illegal traffic in accordance with national legislation should be enacted to punish. 3
. event to be performed by the manufacturer or exporter of illegal traffic, exporting State, the exporter or producer of such waste within 30 days after notice of illegal traffic, or if necessary, by himself, retrieving and violator (s) about will ensure making the necessary legal procedures.
4. by the importer or the disposal if the illegal traffic is, importer of the State, within 30 days after learning of the illegal waste traffic by the importer to ensure the environmentally sound disposal method; If this is not possible, these exporters exporting State of the waste producer or exporter, if necessary will ensure withdrawal by the State itself. Importer or exporter States authorities on this violators will provide the necessary legal procedures to be made in accordance with the Protocol.
5. if they can not install the responsibility of the illegal traffic exporter or manufacturer or importer or disposers to related parties or other parties, as appropriate, as soon as exporting State or importer as possible of such waste through cooperation State or, as elsewhere should be environmentally compatible as possible It will be able to dispel as soon as possible.
6. Parties to the Organization as soon as possible to deliver all the information on illegal traffic, the Organization will distribute this information to all Contracting Parties.
7. The Parties shall cooperate to ensure that the occurrence of the illegal traffic. If desired, the Organization will assist Parties in the identification of cases of illegal traffic and shall promptly transmit the information received to all Parties about the issue of illegal traffic.
8. effective in the prevention of illegal traffic of hazardous waste and the Organization for the purpose of monitoring shall take all necessary coordination with the Basel Convention Secretariat. This coordination will be especially on the following topics:
(a) set out in the Mediterranean or alleged to exchange information on illegal traffic and the coordination of work for the resolution of such cases;
(B) providing assistance in the area of capacity development, including the prevention of illegal traffic of hazardous waste generated and the national legislation of the Mediterranean countries for the purpose of punishment and suitable infrastructure;
(C) to prevent the illegal traffic of hazardous waste in the Mediterranean Sea and the establishment of a mechanism to monitor.
10. Article HELP
Parties directly or authority or through other international organizations or bilateral, developing countries will collaborate in the creation and implementation of financial and technical assistance programs for this Protocol.
11. DATA TRANSMISSION Article
Parties to one another through the Organization of measures taken, results obtained and if such an event occurs will transmit information about the difficulties encountered in the implementation of this Protocol. Collecting this type of information and procedures will be decided in the meeting of the Parties to transmit.
12. Article ENSURING PUBLIC INFORMATION AND PARTICIPATION
1. This scope of Article 6 of the Protocol as permitted in exceptional cases where the cross-border movement of hazardous waste, the Parties will provide their own people with sufficient information to be transmitted through the channels deemed appropriate.
2. According to the provisions of this Protocol, and when it is deemed possible and appropriate, exporter and importer of the State Government, will provide the opportunity to participate in the direction of the people to the relevant procedures in order to explain the public's views and concerns.
13. Article 1
VERIFICATION. Another Party maintains that there are in behavior that violates its obligations under the Protocol or any Organization's Party, which is led to believe that there is not aware of this situation and should such a situation directly across the street or the Party carried out the allegations against the organization channels simultaneously and immediately informed.
2. Organization will make a confirmatory study the contents of the alleged consultation with the relevant parties and shall submit a report to the Parties on this issue.
14. As part of their
LIABILITY AND COMPENSATION
Parties prepare appropriate guidelines for the assessment of the damage in the shortest possible time, it will enter the rule relating to the loss of responsibility and compensation arising from hazardous waste transboundary movements and disposal and cooperation in order to establish the procedures.
15. Article 1
MEETINGS. Ordinary meeting of the Parties in accordance with Article 18 of the Convention is done in conjunction with the ordinary meeting of the Contracting Parties to the Convention. Parties to this Protocol in accordance with Article 18 of the Convention may also hold extraordinary meetings.
2. Meeting of the Parties, among other tasks are as follows:
(a) reviewing the implementation of the present Protocol and its annexes, including the consideration of additional measures;
(B) Where necessary, the present Protocol and be subject to change and fix any attachment;
(C) present the programs in accordance with the relevant Articles of the Protocol establishing the methods and measures to be adopted;
(D) This Protocol Parties in accordance with the relevant Articles of Organization or Parties to take into consideration all information submitted to the meeting;
(E) present to perform other duties appropriate to the implementation of the Protocol.
16. Article ACCEPTANCE OF
ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS AND MEASURES
Parties meeting the two-thirds (2/3) will usually accept any additional programs and measures for hazardous waste transboundary movements and the prevention of pollution caused by the disposal and elimination.
17. FINAL PROVISIONS Article
1. any relevant provisions of the Protocol to the Convention shall also apply to this Protocol.
2. Article 24 of the Articles of procedure and financial rules adopted pursuant to this Agreement, unless the parties decide otherwise Protocol shall also apply to this Protocol. 3
. This Protocol shall be 1 October 1996 in Izmir between October 1997 and October 2 1996-1 shall be open for signature by any State party to the Convention in Madrid. In addition, the Protocol of the same date, the European Community and coastal States in a riparian area, and at least one member of the protocol will be open for signature by the authorized similar regional economic groups in areas covered by this Protocol.
4. This Protocol ratification, acceptance or approval shall be subject. Confirmation, who will take over the task of maintaining the acceptance or approval shall be deposited with the Government of Spain.
5. October 2, 1997 the date of this Protocol, the States referred to in paragraph 3 above the third, the European Community and also mentioned in the same paragraph shall be open to the participation of the group.
6. This Protocol, referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article Third Parties to the Protocol at least six (6) ratification, acceptance, approval or accession of the document be deposited thirtieth (30) days shall come into force.
PRESENCE OF WITNESSES are, the undersigned parties, which is equipped with the authority required from the respective Governments, have signed this Protocol.
Izmir on the first day of the month of October 1996 Arabic, English, French and Spanish languages, each of which is designed with four texts equally valid only copy.
I. ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL UNDER THIS CATEGORY WASTE
. HAZARDOUS WASTES
Y0U radionuclide concentration (density) and features resulting from human activities
All wastes containing or contaminated with radionuclides radionuclides
Y1 medical care in hospitals, medical centers and medical waste from clinical
Y2 waste from the production and preparation of pharmaceutical products
Y3 Waste pharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical products and drugs
A4 production of biocides and phytopharmaceuticals, waste resulting from the formulation and use
Y5 production of wood preservative chemicals, waste resulting from the formulation and use
Y6 Production of organic solvent, the formulation and use wastes from the
wastes from heat treatment and tempering operations containing cyanide Y7
A8 Main non-compliance with the intended use of waste mineral oils
Y9 Waste oil / water, hydrocarbon / water mixtures, emulsions
Y10 Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and / or polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) and / or polibromlubifenil are ( PBBs) with those containing or contaminated waste materials and these materials
A11 refinery distillation and waste tarry residues arising from all pyrolytic process
Y12 ink, paint, pigment, lacquer, varnish production, formulation and use of waste from the
A13 resin, latex, plasticizers, glue / adhesive manufacture, formulation and use wastes from the
A14 determined and / or new is human and / or environmental impact unknown for research and development or teaching activities arising from waste chemicals
A15 waste is an explosive, not in the scope of other legislation
A16 manufacture of photographic chemicals and processing materials, waste resulting from the formulation and use
A17 metals and waste resulting from surface treatment applied to the plastic
A18 wastes from industrial waste disposal operations
Wastes containing the following components:
Y19 Metal carbonyls
Y20 Beryllium; beryllium compounds
A21 hexavalent (6 valuable) chromium compounds
Y22 Copper compounds
Zinc compounds Y23
Y24 Arsenic; arsenic compounds
A25 Selenium; selenium compounds
A26 Cadmium; cadmium compounds
Y27 Antimony; antimony compounds
Tell the A28; tellurium compounds
Y29 Mercury; mercury compounds
Y30 Thallium; thallium compounds
Y31 Lead; lead compounds
Y32, inorganic fluorine compounds excluding calcium fluoride
Y33 Inorganic cyanides
Y34 Acidic solutions or solid acids
Y35 Basic solutions or solid bases
Y36 asbestos (dust and fiber)
The organic phosphorus compounds A37
A38 Organic cyanides
Y39 Phenols; phenolic compounds including chlorophenols
Halogenated organic solvents Y41
Y42 Organic solvents excluding halogenated solvents
Polychlorinated dibenzo furan Y43 when any derivative
Y44 Polychlorinated dibenzo-para-dioxin
Y45 any derivative present in said additional substances (eg. Y39, Y41, Y42, Y43, Y44) organohalogen compounds outside.
B. EVSELATIK are
Y46 sewage and waste collected from households, including sewage sludges
II Y47 waste from the combustion of municipal waste. APPENDIX LIST OF HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS
Class * Code Characteristics
1 H1 Explosive
An explosive substance or waste in solid or liquid substance or waste (waste materials or
mixture) is at a certain temperature and pressure to give around loss at a certain speed has its own chemical-producing capability in gas.
3 H3 Flammable liquids
"Flammable" The word "flammable" carries the same meaning. Flammable liquids in closed cup test 60.5 degrees C, while the open-cup test not more than 65.6 degrees C for a flammable vapor releasing heat in liquid, solid in the liquid solution, or suspensions. (Eg. Paints, varnishes, lacquers, etc., but excluding hazardous properties otherwise classified substances or waste due) (because it is not comparable fully the results of the closed cup test with open container tested and found variability even in separate results obtained from the same test, different from the above figures in the spirit of this definition is allowed to differences in the legislation.)
4.1 H4.1 inflammable solids
Easily ignitable conditions encountered during transportation outside entering the explosive classification are joined contributing to fire or solid waste or friction with the road cause a fire.
4.2 H4.2 Substances or wastes that can suddenly ignite
Shipping causing warming in contact immediately encountered during heating or air under normal conditions and flammable substances or are prone to waste.
4.3 H4.3 inflammable gases when in contact with water, releasing substances or waste
May become flammable suddenly interact with water or are releasing dangerous quantities of flammable substances or waste gas.
5.1 H5.1 Oxidizing
They are holding their own, substances or waste causing or contributing to the combustion ignition of other substances generally by yielding oxygen, although they are not always.
5.2 H5.2 Organic peroxides
Bivalent -OO structure contains organic material or waste may undergo exothermic self-accelerating decomposition because they do not have thermal stability.
6.1 H6.1 Poisonous (acute)
Swallowed or inhaled or death of people in case of skin contact or substance which may cause serious injury or deterioration of health or wastes.
6.2 H6.2 infected materials
Animals or humans that are known to cause disease or suspected
microorganisms or substances or wastes containing their toxins.
8 Abrasives H8 (corrosives)
Live in contact with nature through its chemical action that caused serious damage or leaks if that material damage to other property or means of transport or even is destroying substances or waste; It can also cause other hazards.
(*) Refers to the danger of the United Nations classification system contained in the recommendation on the Transport of Dangerous Goods. (ST / SG / AC.10 / 1 / Rev. 5, United Nations, New York, 1998)
9 H10 removal of toxic gases in contact with air or water
When in contact with air or water, which can emit toxic gases or waste substances in dangerous quantities.
9 H11 Toxic (later or chronic)
They inhaled, or if they penetrate the skin they ingested substances that cause chronic effects, including carcinogenic or later, or waste.
9 H12 Ecotoxic
When released, bioaccumulation and / or immediately or later, or can demonstrate exhibit adverse effects on the environment through waste substances or toxic effects on biotic systems.
9 H13 disposal after having ability to produce other substances such as leachate having any of the characteristics listed above are.
III. ADDITIONAL OPERATIONS DISPOSAL
application of this list reflect appendix includes the disposal done or made. This list does not reflect the accepted disposal. 5 th and 6 of this Protocol in accordance with Article should be managed in a manner compatible with the environment in any event hazardous waste.
A. References to the recovery, recycling, land reclamation, direct reuse or
processing of allowing the alternative use.
Part of the application includes all disposal activities occurred.
D1 into or onto the soil storage (eg. Landfill, etc.)
D2 soil treatment (eg. Liquid or çamurs the waste lands to undergo biodegradation, etc.)
D3 Deep injection (ie. Can waste pumped into wells, salt hill or naturally formed
injection into storage and so on.)
D4 Surface impoundment (eg. Liquid or çamurs waste of the marshes, ponds, lagoons, filling, etc.).
D5 Special processing of land storage (eg. The environment isolated from each other and later slipped off
place the cell, and so on.)
D6 seas / oceans release into a water body except
Sea including sea bed insertion D7 / leave the ocean
D8 This additional biological treatment which results in final compounds or mixtures thrown through one elsewhere in the Department belirtilmeyip process
D9 This appendix elsewhere in Part belirtilmeyip resulting in final compounds or mixtures thereof taken through one of the procedures set physico-chemical treatment (e. Evaporation, drying, calcination, neutralization, precipitation, etc.)
D10 land burning
D11 Incineration at sea
D12 Final storage (eg., Etc. Placing metal containers.)
D13 contained in the processing section before being subjected to any mixing or blending
repackaging prior to being subjected to any of D14 in the processing section
D15 storage to be subjected to any of the processes contained in Section
B. References to the recovery, recycling, the land reclamation process, which allow for direct re-use or alternative uses.
Part B is defined as hazardous waste or found legally and otherwise in Section
It includes all actions for the substances to be included to the procedures.
R1 as a fuel (other than the direct burning), or otherwise be used to produce energy
R2 Solvent recovery / regeneration
R3 organic material used as a solvent recycling / recovery
Metals and metal compounds R4 recycling / recovery
R5 other inorganic substances recycling / recovery
R6 reproduction of acids and bases
the components used for reduction of pollution R7 recovery
R8 catalyst components recovered
R9 Used oil re-refining or used in other ways previously used oil
R10 agriculture or ecological improvement that benefits the soil treatment
R11 is the residue derived from the use of any of the operations between R1-R10
R12 exchange of wastes for submission to any of the transactions between R1-R11
R13 in the B portion collecting material for use in any process
IV. Appendix (A) STATEMENT INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED ON
1 cause of waste export;
2. Exporter of the waste 1 /;
3. generating waste (s) and place of manufacture 1 /;
4. imported waste and to eliminate side and space to dispose of waste 1 /;
5. considered carrier for the transportation of waste (s) or agent is known 1 /;
6. The competent authorities of countries exporting waste 2 /;
7. transit countries expected to be the competent authority 2 /;
8. The competent authorities of the importing country waste 2 /;
9. Estimated installation date (s) and time course suggested by the waste to be exported (including entry and exit points
) 3 /;
10. the forecast form of transport (road, rail, sea, air, inland waters);
11. Information relating to insurance 4 /;
12. Y number and UN number, name and composition of the waste, including physical description 5 /; and accident
requirements for all special operations to include measures in case of emergency;
13. Proposed packaging type (eg. Bulk, barrels, tanks);
14. the volume / weight of an estimated amount of 6 /;
15 process in which the waste is generated 7 /;
16. Annex I to this code, classified according to Annex II, H number, UN class;
17. disposal methods in accordance with Annex III;
18. regarding the accuracy of the information declared by the manufacturer and exporter;
19. The information transmitted by the exporter or producer to dispose of waste (including technical facilities
definition) as a result of the evaluation in the light of the importing country's laws and
environmentally sound waste under the legislation somehow managed to believe whether
The absence of any cause;
20. Information concerning the contract between the parties to carry out the disposal with which to export. NOTES
Basel Convention, the OECD and is similar to those developed by the European Economic Community Notification Form and accompanying documents must be used by the Organization.
1 / Full name and address, phone number, name of the person to be contacted by telex or fax number, address,
telephone, telex or fax number.
2 / Full name and address, telephone, telex or fax number.
3 / is such a general statement covering several loading, or loading of each
estimated date or installation must be notified of the estimated frequency of this is not known.
4 / relevant insurance requirements and that the exporter, the carrier or party how to dispose karşılana-
information will be provided to the cage.
5 / Toxicity and waste as well as the need to process, depending on the proposed disposal method yaratabile-
CEG nature and intensity of the most dangerous component of other hazards.
6 / Many installing estimated total general statement covering both when it comes
quantity and separately estimated quantities of each installation is required.
7 / To evaluate this risk and to determine the appropriateness of the proposed disposal
IV. Annex (B) CERTIFICATE OF INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED ON THE MOVE
1. Exporter of the waste 1 /;
2. generating waste and plant 1 /;
3. avoidance of waste imported and will be disposed of and the parties to dispose of the waste 1 /;
4. carrier to carry the waste (s) 1 / or agent (s);
5. Cross-border movement of waste each hand shifting in the start date and receipt date (s)
with delivery area (s) of the signature;
6. Transport mode (road, rail, sea, air, inland waters) export, transit and import countries
Including designated entry and exit points;
7. General description of the waste (physical state, towards UN shipping name and class, UN number, Y number and H number if applicable);
8. Information on special process conditions, including emergency measures in case of accident;
9. Packaging type and number;
10 w / v of the amount;
11. Declaration by the manufacturer and exporter of the accuracy of the information;
12 as to whether an appeal from the competent authority of all relevant State Party declared by the manufacturer or exporter;
13. Disposal of the designated disposal facility to perform the side to take delivery of the waste disposal methods on the document and indicate the approximate date;
14. Article 6 of insurance documents, as stated in Article 5 paragraph, bonds or other guarantees may be required. NOTES
Basel Convention, the OECD and Transport document similar to those developed by the European Community and the accompanying documents must be used by the Organization.
Transport document is required to be undertaken according to the document if it is possible the information you need on the transport rule should be used as a single document. information in cases where this is not possible, move back to the rule according to which the required information must be not complementary nature. To provide information on the transport document and the person who will fill in the form that it should include instructions on whom.
1 / Full name and address, telephone, telex or fax number and name of the person to be contacted in case of emergency, address, telephone, telex or fax number.
1982 United Nations Law of the Sea Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes in the Mediterranean, including the reference to the Convention on Movement and Prevention of Pollution from the Disposal to be approved by the Protocol of Turkey, said Turkey's does not prejudice attitudes to the Convention and this attitude does not affect.