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Obligations and waste delivery methods
What are the main obligations of a legal entity that places EEE and / or BA on the national market?
- Registration of the company in the Register of the National Agency for Environmental Protection as a Producer of EEE / BA, obtaining a registration number for each.
- Communication of registration numbers to all commercial networks through which EEE / BA are sold.
- Reporting and financing the quantities of EEE / BA placed on the market, either to the environmental authorities or to the authorized collective organization with which you decide to collaborate.
- The monthly EEE / BA report placed on the market to AFM both through the application available on the AFM website and on paper, in original, at the headquarters of the Environment Fund Administration.
For more details you can access: http://www.afm.ro/declaratii.php
- Achieving minimum collection rates individually or by joining a collective organization
(EEE - Art 17 and annex 6 of GEO 5/2015; BA - Art 7 and annex 1 of GD 1132/2008)
- Consumer information on:
- The costs of collection, treatment and disposal in conditions of environmental protection, by highlighting these costs separately, at the time of sale of EEE;
- Possibility to deliver WEEE in a "one-to-one" system, when supplying a new product, free of charge, under the same conditions as the delivery of the new product, if the equipment is of an equivalent type and has fulfilled the same functions as the newly supplied equipment;
- Possibility to dispose of waste portable batteries or accumulators at their points of sale;
- Obligation to collect WEEE separately and not to dispose of WEEE together with unsorted municipal waste;
- The significance of the wheeled bin crossed with a cross;
The symbol indicates that the EEE / BA is being collected separately.
The symbol must be printed visibly, legibly and indelibly.
How do I hand over waste electrical equipment and / or batteries?
Methods to dispose WEEE and / or DBA through ECOTIC:
- an email will be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning the loading address, the contact person from the location and the estimated amount of DBA / WEEE
- you will receive an automatic email with the order number and the name of the operator assigned to perform the takeover
- the takeover term for DBA is 10 days, and for WEEE 5 days. For mixed WEEE / DBA orders, the deadline for taking over from WEEE will be taken into account.
- an authorized operator, ECOTIC partner, will pick up the waste from the indicated location
- when picking up the waste, you will receive the original Delivery-Receipt Minutes and Transport Forms
- At any time, at your request we can provide information about the quantities delivered through us
- WEEE / DBA collection is provided free of charge, you have no costs
- Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/699 of 18 April 2017 establishing a common methodology for calculating the weight of EEE and WEEE
- WEEE Directive (2012/19 / EU) on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE);
- EP Directive 65 2011 on restrictions on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment;
- REGULATION (EU) NO. COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 11032010 on capacity for secondary (rechargeable) and automobile portable batteries and accumulators;
- EU Directive 2011 65 on restrictions on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment;
- Directive 2006_66_2007 on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators;
- European Directive 96 of 2002 on waste electrical and electronic equipment.
EEA / WEEE legislation
- Emergency Ordinance no. 196/2005 on the Environmental Fund.
- Order no. 578/2006 of June 6, 2006 for the approval of the Methodology for calculating the contributions and fees due to the Environmental Fund
- Order 1494 for the approval of the procedure and criteria for granting the operating license
- EMERGENCY ORDINANCE no. 5 on waste electrical and electronic equipment, published in the Official Gazette on April 16, 2015;
- ORDER 1441 2010 guarantees regarding the establishment of the methodology for establishing and managing the financial guarantee for the producers of electrical and electronic equipment;
- Order 556 of 2006 regarding the specific marking applied on the market after December 31, 2006;
- ORDER Nr. 269/2019 of March 20, 2019 on the approval of the Procedure for establishing the registration, reporting, frequency of reporting to the National Register of Producers, as well as the manner of evidence and reporting;
- ORDER Nr. 417/2021 of March 10, 2021 on European standards in the field of treatment
- Decision EC / 2008 on common methods for calculating annual sales of portable batteries and accumulators to end-users
- EMERGENCY ORDINANCE no. 39 regarding the Environmental Fund
- DECISION No. 1132 of September 18, 2008 on the regime of batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators;
- Registration of battery and accumulator manufacturers according to order 66913042009;
- ORDER 2743 Procedure and criteria for evaluation and authorization of collective organizations regarding the management of batteries and accumulators;
- ORDER Nr. 6691304 of May 28, 2009 on the approval of the Registration Procedure for battery and accumulator producers;
- ORDER Nr. 13992032 of October 26, 2009 for the approval of the Procedure regarding the manner of evidence and reporting of data regarding batteries and accumulators and waste batteries;
- GD no. 322 of 2013 on the List of prohibited substances in electrical equipment
- OM no. 95 of 2005 regarding the storage of impurities
- Law no. 211 on the waste regime - republished
- GD 856 of 2002 on waste management records and for the approval of the list containing waste, including hazardous waste;
- Law 132 of 2010 - selective collection of public institutions;