Collective disposal proof confirmation

Disposal, i.e. recovery or disposal, including the collection and transport of hazardous waste, is subject to a waste detection procedure. Waste producers as well as owners, carriers, collectors and disposal companies of hazardous waste are obliged to do so. Excluded are households and small volume producers who produce no more than two tonnes of hazardous waste per year. Are you subject to the obligation to provide proof for hazardous waste and less than 20 t per year per type of waste are generated at your point of collection? They can organise the disposal via a collective proof of a carrier and do not need to participate in the electronic detection procedure as a producer, because in this case the electronic procedure is managed by the carrier, which has approved the collective disposal certificate.

Mandatory forms of the Proof Ordinance including appropriate declaration analysis

Form name: DEN, VE, DA, AE, BB If necessary, link to the aforementioned form: Only possible electronically via the electronic verification procedure Online procedure possible: yes Written form required: yes Personal appearance necessary: no

For the producer: Producer number if more than 2 t of hazardous waste is generated (for entry in the transfer certificate) For the collector: Access to the electronic verification procedure by a mailbox directly at the ZKS or via a provider. An electronic signature card is required for the necessary electronic signature of the proof documents. This signature card is available from various vendors.
Information on many fundamental questions of the verification procedure can be found on the following pages:

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Preparation of the responsible declaration (DEN, VE, DA) by the collector/carrier, Supplementation of the declaration of proof with the declaration of acceptance (AE) of the disposal company, Submission of electronic evidence to the waste disposal authority (SAM in RLP), Confirmation of receipt with subsequent request from the disposal authority in the event of incomplete or incorrect documents or confirmation of the authorities of the disposal authority in the case of complete and correct documents. Carrying accompanying documents (electronically) per collection tour by collectors and handing over the transfer certificate to producers (paper; later electronic registration by collectors).