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Waste Classification and Waste Management System . STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP 30 th JULY 2010. Objectives. DEA Objectives – To report on the success of national waste policy in moving waste up the hierarchy from landfilling to reuse, recycling and recovery

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Waste Classification and Waste Management System

STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP

30th JULY 2010

objectives
Objectives
  • DEA Objectives –
    • To report on the success of national waste policy in moving waste up the hierarchy from landfilling to reuse, recycling and recovery
    • Identify the impact of policies and waste management interventions
    • Identify waste streams requiring further management intervention
  • To achieve this objective, DEA needs to know –
    • What waste are currently generated in SA?
    • How much waste are we generating?
    • How is the waste currently being managed ?
  • Can answer questions by generating the following reports:
    • Tonnages of waste finally treated, recycled, recovered or landfilled
      • Achieved by waste management facilities reporting under specific waste management category
      • Reporting on specific waste types managed
waste categorisation
Waste Categorisation
  • Identifies waste management facilities that must report
  • Identifies codes under which the facilities must report
  • Provides a list of waste types which must be reported on
  • Identifies waste generators that are required to register
  • Requirements are implemented through the WIS regulations
registration
Registration
  • All waste management facilities are required to register under specific codes and sub-codes
    • Codes:
      • R: for recycling and recovery of waste
      • T: for treatment of waste not for disposal i.e. final treatment
      • D: for disposal of waste
    • Sub – codes
      • R1 - R6
      • T1 - T4
      • D1 - D5
  • All generators of hazardous waste generating in excess of 20kg of hazardous waste/day are required to register and receive a registration number
  • All major generators of HCRW (i.e. > 20kg/day) are required to register and receive a registration number
reporting
Reporting
  • All WM facilities identified in the wm codes must report
  • not all facilities requiring a waste licence will report i.e. waste separators, bulking & transfer facilities – the final handler or user will report i.e. the recycler or recoverer
  • Reporting is required on three levels
    • level one – waste classification
    • Level two – major waste type
    • Level three – specific waste type
  • The WM facility must report per waste generator if the generator has a WIS registration number (i.e. if the generator generates in excess of 20kg of hazardous waste per day)
  • Information will be available from the manifest system which is required in terms of the WC & M regulations
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General

Waste Reporting Categories

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