Waste Classification and Waste Management System
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. 2. Objectives. DEA Objectives
Waste Classification and Waste Management System

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2. 2 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

3. 3 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

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5. 5 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

6. 6 Waste Management facilities required to register & registration codes

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8. 8 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

9. 9 Information required to be reported

13. 13 Any Questions or Comments?


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