Determination as investigation centres for bio-waste or sewage sludge Application Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The identification of the investigation centres is carried out on request after a review in accordance with the Biowaste Ordinance (BioAbfV) or the Sewage Sludge Ordinance (AbfKlärV) and the "Waste Module". The technical module regulates the requirements for the quality of investigation bodies under the Circular Economy Act (KrWG) and the regulations based on it. The specialist module lays down personnel, operational and equipment requirements. The provision obliges the investigating body, among other things, to participate annually in the nationwide ring tests.

Copy of the accreditation certificate Copy of the last ring test Identification of the parameter scope of the application in accordance with the Biowaste Ordinance (BioAbfV) or the Sewage Sludge Ordinance (AbfKlärV) police management certificates (document type OG, in the original, not older than 3 months) of all holders or managing directors police certificate of the laboratory management (document type OG, in the original, not older than 3 months) Information from the central business register (document type 9, in the original, not older than 3 months) of all farmers or managers as well as for the company Information from the central business register of the laboratory management (document type 9, in the original, not older than 3 months)


Preconditions
The required expertise is usually assessed by an accreditation procedure before the identification/notification procedure. The German Accreditation Office GmbH is responsible for accreditations nationwide. The other EU Member States have national accreditation bodies. The body to which the provision is requested may require a national lyuntem authority to submit a valid accreditation.

Hints
The provision pronounced in a federal state applies nationwide. The authorisation requirement is waived when submitting an equivalent authorisation from another EU or EEA country. This authorisation shall be submitted by the expert before the start of the activity. At the request of the competent authority, the documents shall be presented with a certified translation.