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ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

of January 30, 2018 No. 99

About approval of the List of waste

This Order of the Government shifts the Decision of the Commission 2000/532/EC of May 3, 2000, the replacing Decision 94/3/EC establishing the list of waste according to part (a) of Article 1 of the Directive 75/442/EES of Council on waste and the Directive 94/904/EC of Council establishing the list of dangerous wastes according to part (4) article 1 of the Directive 91/689/EES of Council about dangerous wastes, with the last amendments made by the Decision of the Commission 2014/955/EU of December 18, 2014 about change of the Decision 2000/532/EU establishing the list of waste according to the Directive 2008/98/EC of the European Parliament and Council published in the Official magazine of the European Community L 226 of September 6, 2000.

Based on part (1) Articles 7, Item c) Article 8 and Item a) parts (1) article 68 of the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste (The official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2016, Art. No. 459-471, 916), with subsequent changes and amendments, DECIDES: the Government

1. Approve the List of waste it (is applied).

2. To the Ministry of Agriculture, regional development and the environment to provide control of execution of provisions of this resolution.

Prime Minister

Paweê Phillip

Countersign:

Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration

 

Tudor Ulyanovski

Minister of Agriculture, regional development and environment

Liviu Volkovich

 

Approved by the Order of the Government of the Republic of Moldova of January 30, 2018, No. 99

List of waste

I. General provisions

1. This document is submitted by the qualifier of waste, including dangerous.

2. For the purpose of this List the following concepts mean:

dangerous substance - the substance classified as dangerous owing to compliance to the criteria of physical danger, health hazard or danger to the environment established by the national legal system on classification, marking and packaging of substances and mixes;

heavy metal - any compound of antimony, arsenic, cadmium, chrome (VI), copper, lead, mercury, nickel, selenium, tellurium, thallium and tin, and also the specified materials in metallic form as they are classified as dangerous substances;

the polychlorinated biphenyls and the polychlorinated terphenyls (PHB) - mix, according to the determination established in the subitem a) Item 3 of the Regulations on the polychlorinated biphenyls approved by the Resolution the Government No. 81 of February 2, 2009;

transitional metals - any of the following metals: any compound of scandium, vanadium, manganese, cobalt, copper, yttrium, niobium, hafnium, tungsten, titanium, chrome, iron, nickel, zinc, zirconium, molybdenum and tantalum, and also these metals in metallic form, in that measure in what they are classified as dangerous substances;

stabilization - processes which change degree of danger of mix of waste and transform dangerous wastes to harmless waste;

hardening - processes which change only physical condition of waste when using additives, without change of their chemical properties;

partially stabilized waste - the waste containing dangerous components which were not completely turned into harmless components after stabilization process and which can be released to the environment on short, average or long term.

II. Assessment and classification of waste

3. In this List waste is classified in dangerous and harmless and forms basis for determination of dangerous properties of withdrawal.

4. Assessment procedure of dangerous properties of waste and their classification are stated in article 7 of the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste. In the course of identification of dangerous wastes and assessment of their dangerous properties it is necessary to take the following into account:

1) any withdrawal from this List marked as dangerous according to part provisions (5) article 7 of the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste it is considered dangerous waste, except for case when article 23 of this law is applied;

2) according to part 11) of article 2 of the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste, the waste having one or several dangerous properties specified in appendix 3 to this law is considered as dangerous wastes;

3) the criteria determined in appendix 3 to the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste, including those which reflect are applied to assessment of dangerous properties of waste:

a) availability of dangerous substances which lead to emergence of the withdrawal having one or several dangerous properties;

b) the extreme values relating to each substance. In case substance is present at waste in quantity below its extreme value, substance shall not join in calculation of threshold value;

c) concentration of substances in the corresponding withdrawal and other criteria;

4) assessment of dangerous properties of separate withdrawal and its classification as dangerous can be performed, as necessary, using provisions of the national legal system on classification, marking and packaging of the substances and mixes noted in the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste;

5) if dangerous property of separate withdrawal was estimated on the basis of the test performed using methods of the testing held with use of the applied test methods and by use of concentration of dangerous substances as directed of appendix 3 to the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste, results of testing shall have priority value.

5. In case of determination of dangerous waste it is necessary to take into account that:

1) the waste containing the polychlorinated dipetrol-p-dioxine and the polychlorinated dibenzofurana (PHDD/PHDF), DDT [1,1, 1-trikhlor-2,2" - encore (p-chlorophenyl) ethane], hlordan, geksakhlortsiklogesksana (GHTsG), including lindane, dieldrin, endrin, heptachlor, hexachlorobenzene (GHB); hlordekon, aldrin, pentabenzene chloride, mireks, toksafen, geksabromdifenit; the polychlorinated biphenyls (PHB) and other chemicals from category of resistant organic pollutants which exceed the concentration limits specified in the Section 2 of appendix 6 to the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste are classified as dangerous wastes;

2) the concentration limits determined in appendix 3 to the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste are not applied to alloys of net metals in their massive form (uncontaminated by dangerous substances);

3) alloys of waste which are recognized as dangerous wastes are listed in this List of waste and marked according to part provisions (5) article 7 of the Law No. 209 of July 29, 2016 on waste.

III. Categorization, codification and identification of waste

6. The types of waste classified in this List are determined individually by means of the complete code consisting of six figures.

7. Twenty categories of waste depending on source of their origin which are determined by means of the code created from the first two figures of the complete code specified in Item 6 of this List are established.

Table 1

List of categories of waste

Codes

Categories of waste, depending on source of their education

1

2

01

The waste which is formed as a result of investigation, production, development of pits, and also physical and chemical processing of minerals

02

Waste of agricultural industry, gardening, water economy, forestry, hunting and fishery, preparation and processing of foodstuff

03

The waste which is formed during the processing of wood and production of panels and furniture, cellulose, paper and cardboard 

04

The waste which is formed in the tanning, fur and textile industry 

05

The waste which is formed as a result of oil refining, purification of natural gas and pyrolitic conversion of coal

06

The waste which is formed during processes of inorganic chemistry

07

The waste which is formed during processes of organic chemistry

08

The waste which is formed in case of production, obtaining, delivery and use (PPPI) of coverings (paints, varnishes, vitreous enamels), glues, sealants and typographical paints

09

The waste which is formed in the photographic industry

10

The waste which is formed as a result of thermal conversion

11

The waste which is formed in the course of chemical processing of surfaces and drawing coverings of metals and other materials; waste of color hydrometallurgy

12

The waste which is formed when molding, physical and machining of surfaces of metals and plastic materials

13

The waste consisting of waste oils and waste of liquid fuel (except for the edible oils specified in categories 05 and 12)

14

Waste of organic solvents, coolants and propellants (except for specified in categories 07 and 08)

15

Packaging and waste of packaging; absorbents, napkins, filtrational materials and not specified protective fabric   

16

The waste which is not determined in other part of the List

17

Waste of construction and dismantle (including the soil extracted from the contaminated platforms)

18

The waste which is formed as a result of activities for rendering medical and veterinary services and/or adjacent researches (except for the waste which is formed when cooking in the kitchens or restaurants which are not coming directly from activities for delivery of health care)

19

The waste which is formed on installations on waste management, the companies for processing of the sewage located outside industrial platforms and the companies for processing of water for consumption by the person and also the water intended for industrial use

20

Municipal waste (the waste which is formed in households and the similar waste which is formed as a result of implementation of commercial, industrial and administrative activity), including separately collected fractions

8. The main categories of waste established in Item 7, are subdivided into subcategories of waste which are determined by the code consisting of four figures.

9. For identification of withdrawal it is necessary to pass the following stages in the List of waste provided in the table 2,:

1) the source of formation of withdrawal in categories with codes 01-12 or in categories with codes 17-20 is identified and identification of the corresponding six-digit code is performed (except for codes of the waste which is coming to an end on 99). In the course of identification of withdrawal it is necessary to take into account that specific withdrawal can be classified by several categories of waste;

2) in case any of codes of the corresponding waste cannot be found in the categories specified in the subitem 1) of this Item it is checked if one of categories of waste with codes 13, 14 or 15 is suitable for this withdrawal;

3) in case any of codes of the waste specified in the subitem 2) is not applied, identification of withdrawal shall be carried out to categories with code 16;

4) in case the corresponding withdrawal is not included in category with code 16, it is classified in type of waste which code comes to an end on 99 (waste which are not included in one other category) in category of the List which corresponds to the activities determined at the first stage.

Table 2

List of waste

Codes

Categories, subcategories and types of waste

1

2

01

THE WASTE WHICH IS FORMED AS A RESULT OF INVESTIGATION, PRODUCTION, DEVELOPMENT OF PITS, AND ALSO PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROCESSING OF MINERALS

01 01

waste from open-cast mining of minerals

01 01 01

waste from open-cast mining of metal ores

01 01 02

waste from open-cast mining of nonmetallic ores

01 03

the waste which is formed as a result of physical and chemical processing of metal ores

01 03 04 *

acid waste of enrichment from conversion of sulphidic ore

01 03 05 *

other waste of enrichment containing dangerous substances

01 03 06

enrichment waste others, than specified in line items 01 03 04 and 01 03 05

01 03 07 *

other waste containing the dangerous substances which are formed in the course of physical and chemical processing of metal ores

01 03 08

powdered and powdery waste, others, than specified in line item 01 03 07

01 03 09

the red slime which is formed by alumina production, another than the waste specified in line item 01 03 10

01 03 10 *

the red slime which is formed by alumina production, containing dangerous substances, others than the waste specified in line item of la 01 03 07

01 03 99

the waste which is not determined separately

01 04


the waste which is formed in the course of physical and chemical processing of nonmetallic ores

01 04 07 *


the waste containing the dangerous substances which are formed in the course of physical and chemical processing of nonmetallic ores

01 04 08


waste of gravel and shchebnevy breeds, others, than specified in line item 01 04 07

01 04 09

waste of sand and clay

01 04 10


powdered and powdery waste, others, than specified in line item 01 04 07

01 04 11


the waste which is formed in processing by carbonate of potassium and rock salt, others, than specified in line item 01 04 07

01 04 12


waste of enrichment and other waste from washing and purification of minerals, others, than specified in line items 01 04 07 and 01 04 11

01 04 13


waste from cutting and sawing up of stone, others, than specified in line item 01 04 07

01 04 99

the waste which is not determined separately

01 05

boring slime and other waste of drilling

01 05 04

boring slime and fresh-water waste of drilling

01 05 05 *

oil-containing boring solutions and waste

01 05 06 *


the boring slime and other waste of drilling containing dangerous substances

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