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NTFSO Dublin City Council Guidance Document for the Shipment of WEEE Issue 1 May 2010. TABLE OF CONTENTS,Page Number,1 0 Introduction 2,2 0 Guidance Document 3. 3 0 Definitions 5,4 0 Guidance Procedure 7,4 1 Interim Policy for the Shipment of WEEE 10. 5 0 Shipments of WEEE as in The Revised Correspondents Guidelines No 1 16. 5 1 Export Prohibition Under Article 36 1 of EC Regulations No 1013 2006 19. 6 0 Main Categories of Electrical Electronic Equipment Destined for Recovery 20. 7 0 Shipment of Electrical and Electronic Equipment 22. 8 0 References 23,APPENDIX 1 Photographs of WEEE Shipments 24. APPENDIX 2 OECD List of Members 28, This is a Guidance Document only and does not purport to provide nor should it be relied on as a legal interpretation of the Regulations. NTFSO Dublin City Council Guidance Document for the Shipment of WEEE Issue 1 May 2010. 1 0 Introduction, The National Transfrontier Shipment Office Dublin City Council NTFSO as the National Competent.
Authority administers and enforces the Waste Management Shipments of Waste Regulations 2007 S I. No 419 of 2007 and Regulation EC 1013 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14. June 2006 on shipments of waste The Regulations empower the NTFSO to supervise and monitor the. shipment of waste and to prevent illegal shipments for the protection of the environment and human. The NTFSO has produced this document for the purpose of providing direction and guidance to the. business community involved in the shipment of WEEE by endeavouring to clarify the issues arising. regarding regulatory requirements classification and treatment of WEEE prior to export. A number of export inspections carried out by the NTFSO have indicated unacceptable mixing of WEEE. being notified as Green List Waste Waste exporters producers and holders have a responsibility to. ensure that the movement and recovery of waste is managed in an environmentally sound manner for. the protection of the environment and human health in compliance with National and EU law. Having regard to the implementation of the WEEE Directive the NTFSO supports and notes the. operations and achievements of the WEEE Compliance Schemes In common with the business. community and other regulatory agencies the NTFSO has regard to the principles of self sufficiency. proximity BAT in respect of waste treatment which are enshrined in EU waste legislation. In preparing these guidelines the NTFSO consulted with the Department of Environment Heritage and. Local Government DOEHLG the Environmental Protection Agency EPA the Irish Waste. Management Association IWMA WEEE Ireland and ERP The NTFSO would like to acknowledge with. thanks the submissions and cooperation received, This is a Guidance Document only and does not purport to provide nor should it be relied on as a legal interpretation of the Regulations. NTFSO Dublin City Council Guidance Document for the Shipment of WEEE Issue 1 May 2010. 2 0 Guidance Document, The following is a Guidance Document for the Shipment of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. WEEE from Ireland for the purposes of the Regulation No 1013 2006 of the European Parliament and. of the Council of 14 June on shipments of waste and the Waste Management Shipments of Waste. Regulations 2007 S I No 419 of 2007, As per Article 6 1 of the Directive 2002 96 EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27. January 2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment WEEE. Member States shall ensure that producers or third parties acting on their behalf in accordance. with Community legislation set up systems to provide for the treatment of WEEE using best. available treatment recovery and recycling techniques The systems may be set up by producers. individually and or collectively To ensure compliance with Article 4 of Directive 75 442 EEC the. treatment shall as a minimum include the removal of all fluids and a selective treatment in. accordance with Annex II to this Directive, In accordance with Article 6 5 of the Directive 2002 96 EC the treatment operations may be undertaken. outside Ireland or the community provided that the shipment of WEEE is in compliance with the waste. shipment regulations EC 1013 2006 of waste within into and our of the European Community. Recovery Reuse and or any recycling operation must take place under the conditions that are. equivalent to the requirements of this directive, The sources of information for this guidance document include.
Regulation EC No 1013 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2006. on shipments of waste, Commission Regulation EC No 1418 2007 of 29 November 2007 concerning the export for. recovery of certain waste listed in Annex III or IIIA to Regulation EC No 1013 2006 of the. European Parliament and of the Council to certain countries to which the OECD Decision on the. control of transboundary movements of wastes does not apply. COMMISSION REGULATION EC No 740 2008 of 29 July 2008 amending Regulation EC No. 1418 2007 as regards the procedures to be followed for export of waste to certain countries. COMMISSION REGULATION EC No 967 2009 of 15 October 2009 amending Regulation EC. No 1418 2007 concerning the export for recovery of certain waste to certain non OECD. Directive 2002 96 EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE, This is a Guidance Document only and does not purport to provide nor should it be relied on as a legal interpretation of the Regulations. NTFSO Dublin City Council Guidance Document for the Shipment of WEEE Issue 1 May 2010. COMMISSION REGULATION EC No 308 2009 of 15 April 2009 amending for the purposes of. adaptation to scientific and technical progress Annexes IIIA and VI to Regulation EC No. 1013 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on shipments of waste. S I No 290 of 2005 Waste Management Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2005. S I No 340 of 2005 Waste Management Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations. Directive 2008 98 EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 on. waste and repealing certain Directives, The Revised Correspondents Guidelines No 1 on Shipments of WEEE. Correspondents Guidelines No 4 Subject Classification of waste electrical and electronic. equipment and fly ash from coal fired power plants according to Annex IV part I note c of. Regulation EC No 1013 2006 on shipments of waste, This is a Guidance Document only and does not purport to provide nor should it be relied on as a legal interpretation of the Regulations. NTFSO Dublin City Council Guidance Document for the Shipment of WEEE Issue 1 May 2010. 3 0 Definitions, Definitions as per Article 2 of Regulation EC No 1013 2006 of the European.
Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2006 on Shipments of Waste. Waste is as defined in Article 1 1 a of Directive 2006 12 EC. Hazardous waste is as defined in Article 1 4 of Council Directive 91 689 EEC of 12 December 1991. on hazardous waste, Mixture of wastes means waste that results from an intentional or unintentional mixing of two or. more different wastes and for which mixture no single entry exists in Annexes III IIIB IV and IVA. Waste shipped in a single shipment of wastes consisting of two or more wastes where each waste is. separated is not a mixture of wastes, Disposal is as defined in Article 1 1 e of Directive 2006 12 EC. Recovery is as defined in Article 1 1 f of Directive 2006 12 EC. Waste means any substance or object which the holder discards or intends or is required to discard. Definitions as per Article 3 of Directive 2008 98 EC of the European Parliament and. of the Council of 19 November 2008 on waste and repealing certain Directives. Hazardous waste means waste which displays one or more of the hazardous properties listed in. Waste producer means anyone whose activities produce waste original waste producer or anyone. who carries out pre processing mixing or other operations resulting in a change in the nature or. composition of this waste, Waste holder means the waste producer or the natural or legal person who is in possession of the. Dealer means any undertaking which acts in the role of principal to purchase and subsequently sell. waste including such dealers who do not take physical possession of the waste. Broker means any undertaking arranging the recovery or disposal of waste on behalf of others. including such brokers who do not take physical possession of the waste. Collection means the gathering of waste including the preliminary sorting and preliminary storage of. waste for the purposes of transport to a waste treatment facility. Waste management means the collection transport recovery and disposal of waste including the. supervision of such operations and the after care of disposal sites and including actions taken as a dealer. This is a Guidance Document only and does not purport to provide nor should it be relied on as a legal interpretation of the Regulations. NTFSO Dublin City Council Guidance Document for the Shipment of WEEE Issue 1 May 2010. Separate collection means the collection where a waste stream is kept separately by type and. nature so as to facilitate a specific treatment, Re use means any operation by which products or components that are not waste are used again. for the same purpose for which they were conceived. Treatment means recovery or disposal operations including preparation prior to recovery or disposal. Recovery means any operation the principal result of which is waste serving a useful purpose by. replacing other materials which would otherwise have been used to fulfil a particular function or waste. being prepared to fulfil that function in the plant or in the wider economy Annex II sets out a non. exhaustive list of sets out a non exhaustive list of recovery operations. Preparing for re use means checking cleaning or repairing recovery operations by which products or. components of products that have become waste are prepared so that they can be re used without any. other pre processing, Recycling means any recovery operation by which waste materials are reprocessed into products.
materials or substances whether for the original or other purposes It includes the reprocessing of. organic material but does not include energy recovery and the reprocessing into materials that are to be. used as fuels or for backfilling operations, Disposal means any operation which is not recovery even where the operation has as a secondary. consequence the reclamation of substances or energy Annex I sets out a non exhaustive list of disposal. operations, Definitions as per Part 1 of the S I No 340 of 2005 Waste Management Waste. Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2005. Electrical and electronic equipment means equipment which is dependent on electric currents or. treatment means recovery or disposal operations including preparation prior to recovery or disposal. electromagnetic fields in order to work properly and equipment for the generation transfer and. measurement of such currents and fields falling under the categories set out in Annex IA of European. Parliament and Council Directive 2002 96 EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment and designed. for use with a voltage rating not exceeding 1 000 volt for alternating current and 1 500 volt for direct. Waste electrical and electronic equipment means electrical and electronic equipment which is waste. within the meaning of article 1 a of Council Directive 75 442 EEC of 15 July 1975 on waste including all. components subassemblies and consumables which are part of the product at the time of discarding. This is a Guidance Document only and does not purport to provide nor should it be relied on as a legal interpretation of the Regulations. NTFSO Dublin City Council Guidance Document for the Shipment of WEEE Issue 1 May 2010. 4 0 Guidance Procedure, Waste Electrical and Electronic equipment is categorised in the First Schedule of the Waste. Management Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2005 S I No 340 of 2005 as. N B The WEEE categories below are subject to amendments by future regulations this is a non exhaustive list. 1 Large Household Appliances,Large cooling appliances refrigerators freezers. Air conditioner appliances electric stoves microwaves. Electric heating appliances electric fans electric radiators cooking equipment electric hot plates. Washing machines dish washing machines clothes dryers. Other large appliances used for refrigeration conservation and storage of food. Other fanning exhaust ventilation and conditioning equipment. Other large appliances used for cooking and other processing of food. Other large appliances for heating rooms beds and seating furniture. 2 Small Household Appliances, Vacuum cleaners carpet sweepers other appliances for cleaning.
Appliances used for sewing knitting weaving and other processing for textiles. Irons and other appliances for ironing mangling and other care of clothing. Toasters fryers grinders coffee machines other small appliances used for cooking and. other processing of food and equipment for opening or sealing containers or packages. Appliances for hair cutting hair drying tooth brushing shaving massage and other body. care appliances, Clocks watches and equipment for the purpose of measuring indicating or registering. GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR THE SHIPMENT OF WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WEEE ISSUE 1 May 2010 N B Th e W EE E cat eg ori es bel ow ar e su bje to am en d me nt s by fut ur e gu lati on s AN D s do cu me sh all be en de ac co rdi ng ly B Th e W EE E cat eg ori es bel ow ar e su bje ct to am en d me nt s by fut ur e re gu lati on

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