Designation as testing centres for biowaste or sewage sludge application Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The determination of the inspection sites is carried out on request after a review according to the Biowaste Ordinance (BioAbfV) or according to the Sewage Sludge Ordinance (AbfKlärV) as well as the "Waste Specialist Module". The specialist module regulates the requirements for the quality of examination centres within the framework of the Circular Economy Act (KrWG) and the regulations based on it. In the specialist module, personnel, operational and technical equipment requirements are defined. With this provision, the investigating body is obliged, among other things, to participate annually in the round robin tests carried out nationwide.

Copy of the accreditation certificate Copy of the last proficiency test Naming of the parameter scope of the application in accordance with the Biowaste Ordinance (BioAbfV) or the Sewage Sludge Ordinance (AbfKlärV) Police clearance certificates (document type OG, in the original, not older than 3 months) of all business owners or managing directors Police clearance certificate of the laboratory management (document type OG, in the original, not older than 3 months) Information from the Central Trade Register (document type 9, in the original, not older than 3 months) of all business owners or managing directors as well as for the company Information from the central trade register of the laboratory management (document type 9, in the original, not older than 3 months)


Preconditions
The required professional competence is usually checked by an accreditation procedure before the determination/notification procedure. The Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH is responsible for accreditations throughout Germany. In the other EU Member States, there are corresponding national accreditation bodies. The body to which the provision is requested may require a supra-regional investigation body to present a valid accreditation.

Hints
The provision pronounced in a federal state applies nationwide. The approval requirement does not apply if an equivalent permit from another EU or EEA country is submitted. The expert(s) must submit this authorisation before commencement of the activity. At the request of the competent authority, the documents shall be submitted with a certified translation.

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