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Keep registers and records of the whereabouts of waste
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
Anyone wishing to dispose of hazardous waste must keep a register or certain records of its whereabouts.
The register or the records to be kept document the disposal processes of the hazardous waste. The obligation to keep the register applies to producers, holders, collectors, carriers, traders and brokers as well as all disposers of hazardous waste.
The obligation to keep records applies to the same group of persons with the exception of dealers and brokers of hazardous waste.
In individual cases, the competent authority may order that registers or records of the whereabouts of non-hazardous waste must also be kept.
Waste disposers must in any case also keep a register of the disposal of non-hazardous waste.
Form of record keeping
The registers and records must be kept in electronic form; electronic form is only optional for the keeping of registers on the disposal of non-hazardous waste.
These obligations do not apply to private households.
Who should I contact?
- To the GOES,
- to the State Office for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (LLUR) or
- to the districts/independent cities (lower waste disposal authorities).
Which documents are required?
You can find out which documents are required on the website of GOES.
What are the fees?
Fees are payable on the basis of the National Ordinance on Administrative Fees. Detailed information on this can be obtained from the competent authority.
§ Section 49 of the Closed Substance Cycle Waste Management Act in conjunction with Section 23 of the Ordinance on Waste Recovery and Disposal Records
§ Section 50 of the Closed Substance Cycle Waste Management Act in conjunction with Section 2 of the Ordinance on Waste Recovery and Disposal Records
What else should I know?
Further information on the verification procedure can be found on the websites of GOES, the Ministry of Energy Transition, Climate Protection, Environment and Nature of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and the Central Coordination Office of the Länder (ZKS-Abfall).
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.
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Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Division WR II 2
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