Consulting - Waste

The Waste Act (Official Gazette 178/04, 111/06, 60/08, 87/09) stipulates an obligation regarding keeping records on waste generated during the process of conducting registered business activity.  Environmental protection inspectors regularly check such records in their process of supervision. 
 
C.I.A.K. can do following:
 
• Establish and assist you in keeping Records on generation and course of the waste on the ONTO form for every type of waste that you own or that is generated during the process of your business activity.  If your business activity produces waste batteries and accumulators, waste oil and waste tires, they are to be included in the special  records to be kept on the ONTOBA, ONTOU, ONTOG forms; 
• Prepare Accompanying document for non-hazardous/inert waste  (Form PL – No/ Io) that you need to deliver to an authorized person at the time of delivery of non-hazardous waste;
• Prepare Accompanying document for hazardous waste (Form PL – Oo)  that you need to deliver to an authorized person at the time of delivery of hazardous waste;
• Devise a Waste management plan   on the PGO form, if more than 200 kg or hazardous waste and more than 150 tons of non-hazardous is generated during the process of conducing your business activity;
• Consolidate and deliver the data from the Record into the Registry of Environmental Pollution provided that your company annually generates or that you deliver to an authorized person more than 50 kg of hazardous waste and/or more than 2000 kg of non-hazardous waste on the PI-1, PI-2 and PL-ROM  form.
 

Establishment of the system of proper warehousing of the waste producer’s waste

According to the Waste Act (Official Gazette 178/04, 111/06, 60/08, 87/09) the producer of waste that is intended for reuse or disposal may organize interim warehousing of its own produced waste in its own premises no longer than for one year. The waste can exceptionally be temporarily stored for a period no longer than for three years, which requires a prior consent by the Ministry of Environmental and Nature Protection.
 
We can:
 
• Determine the most acceptable part in the premises for interim warehousing of waste,
• Properly labeled warehouse and containers for waste
• Organize separate warehousing of hazardous/non-hazardous waste
• Define and separate non-hazardous waste of which properties may be used,
• Provide waste container including the label with details of waste type and waste key number
 
The Waste Act (Official Gazette 178/04, 111/06, 60/08, 87/09) stipulates an obligation regarding keeping records on waste generated during the process of conducting registered business activity.  Environmental protection inspectors regularly check such records in their process of supervision. 
 
C.I.A.K. can do following:
 
• Establish and assist you in keeping Records on generation and course of the waste on the ONTO form for every type of waste that you own or that is generated during the process of your business activity.  If your business activity produces waste batteries and accumulators, waste oil and waste tires, they are to be included in the special  records to be kept on the ONTOBA, ONTOU, ONTOG forms; 
• Prepare Accompanying document for non-hazardous/inert waste  (Form PL – No/ Io) that you need to deliver to an authorized person at the time of delivery of non-hazardous waste;
• Prepare Accompanying document for hazardous waste (Form PL – Oo)  that you need to deliver to an authorized person at the time of delivery of hazardous waste;
• Devise a Waste management plan   on the PGO form, if more than 200 kg or hazardous waste and more than 150 tons of non-hazardous is generated during the process of conducing your business activity;
• Consolidate and deliver the data from the Record into the Registry of Environmental Pollution provided that your company annually generates or that you deliver to an authorized person more than 50 kg of hazardous waste and/or more than 2000 kg of non-hazardous waste on the PI-1, PI-2 and PL-ROM  form.
 

Establishment of the system of proper warehousing of the waste producer’s waste

According to the Waste Act (Official Gazette 178/04, 111/06, 60/08, 87/09) the producer of waste that is intended for reuse or disposal may organize interim warehousing of its own produced waste in its own premises no longer than for one year. The waste can exceptionally be temporarily stored for a period no longer than for three years, which requires a prior consent by the Ministry of Environmental and Nature Protection.
 
We can:
 
• Determine the most acceptable part in the premises for interim warehousing of waste,
• Properly labeled warehouse and containers for waste
• Organize separate warehousing of hazardous/non-hazardous waste
• Define and separate non-hazardous waste of which properties may be used,
• Provide waste container including the label with details of waste type and waste key number