TFS Procedure No. 2

TFS Procedure No. 2 –    Wastes included in the Green List and sent for recovery (only applies to quantities over 20kg)

Wastes appearing in the Green List are considered non-hazardous.

  •  Only wastes going for recovery and which are non-hazardous are subject to these controls.

Each movement of these wastes out of Gibraltar requires to be accompanied by the document that appears in Annex VII of Regulation (EC) 1013/2006 (these ‘Annex VII ‘ forms are available at our offices at 37 Town Range) or may be downloaded here.

The  ‘Annex VII’ document must be signed by:

    • The person arranging the shipment.  The completed document and contract (see below) must be presented to Environmental Agency prior to the export taking place. If everything is in order, the document will be counter-signed and stamped by an officer from the Agency.

 

    • The consignee, on receipt of the waste.

 

    • The recovery facility/laboratory, on receipt of the waste.

 

Contract (Article 18 Reg (EC) 1013/2006)

  • A Copy of a valid contract between the person arranging the shipment and the consignee for the recovery or disposal of the waste, which must be provided to the environmental Agency prior to any movements of waste taking pace and must include the following conditions:

 

– On the Person who arranges the Shipment …to take the waste back or ensure its recovery in an alternative way ; and to provide, if necessary, for its storage in the meantime…where the shipment of waste or its recovery cannot be completed as intended or where it has been effected as an illegal shipment.

On the Consignee (where the person arranging the shipment is not in a position to complete the shipment of waste or its recovery (for example, is insolvent) …to take the waste back or ensure its recovery in an alternative way ; and to provide, if necessary, for its storage in the meantime… where the shipment of waste or its recovery cannot be completed as intended or where it has been effected as an illegal shipment.