list of issues

List of issues
relevant for adding waste entries to Annex IIIB
of Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 on shipments of waste
This list was agreed by the correspondents referred to in Article 57 of Regulation (EC)
No 1013/2006. It is based on recital 39 of Regulation No 1013/2006. The information marked by an
asterisk (*) is recommended to be provided. The other information may be provided in addition.
1. Usual description*:
Give the name or names by which the material is commonly known or the commercial name and the names of
its major constituents (in terms of quantity and/or hazard) and their relative concentrations (expressed as a
percentage), if known:
2. Waste identification (fill in relevant codes)*
European Community list of wastes:
Basel Annex IX (if appropriate):
OECD code (if appropriate and if different from Basel code):
Customs code(s) (HS) (if appropriate):
Industrial standards (if appropriate):
3. Physical characteristics*
other (specify)
If appropriate, indicate also details, such as pellets, briquettes, etc.:
4. Chemical characteristics
Attach an analysis if appropriate.
5. Potential for contamination*:
Description on any potential for contamination by other materials to an extent which
(a) is sufficient for submission to the procedure of prior written notification and consent, or
(b) prevents the recovery of the wastes in an environmentally sound manner:
Possible hazardous characteristics (cf. Annex III to Directive 91/689/EEC on hazardous waste):
 H1 explosive  H2 oxidizing  H3-A highly flammable  H3-B flammable  H4 irritant  H5 harmful  H6 toxic  H7 carcinogenic
 H8 corrosive  H9 infectious  H10 teratogenic H11 mutagenic  H12 substances and preparations which release toxic or very toxic
gases in contact with water, air or an acid  H13 Substances and preparations capable by any means, after disposal, of yielding another
substance, e.g. a leachate, which possesses any of the characteristics listed above  H14 ecotoxic
6. Information on the process(es) by which the waste is produced*:
1. Technological capacity
Estimated capacity for recovery in the EU in tonnes:
Estimated amount of facilities for recovery in the EU:
Possible third countries where recovery facilities are located:
2. Packaging types
 Drum  Wooden barrel  Jerrican  Box  Bag  Composite packaging  Pressure receptacle  Bulk  Other (specify):
3. Storage
Methods of storage at the recovery facility (if appropriate):
4. Trade aspects
Amount of waste shipped within the EU (rough indication):
Amount of waste export from the EU or import to the EU from third countries (rough indication):
5. Recovery operation(s) for the waste* (cf. Annex IIB to Directive 2006/12/EC on waste):
 R1
 R2
 R4
 R5
 R6
 R7
 R8
 R9
 R10
 R11
 R12
 R13
Use principally as a fuel or other means to generate energy
Solvent reclamation/regeneration
Recycling/reclamation of organic substances which are not used as solvents (including composting and other biological
transformation processes)
Recycling/reclamation of metals and metal compounds
Recycling/reclamation of other inorganic materials
Regeneration of acids or bases
Recovery of components used for pollution abatement
Recovery of components from catalysts
Used oil re-refining or other reuses of previously used oil
Land treatment resulting in benefit to agriculture or ecological improvement
Use of wastes obtained from any of the operations numbered R 1 to R 10
Exchange of wastes for submission to any of the operations numbered R 1 to R 11
Storage of wastes pending any of the operations numbered R 1 to R 12 (excluding temporary storage, pending collection, on the
site where it is produced)
6. Description of recovery operation(s)*
Indicate the technologies employed for the non-interim recovery operation(s):
Indicate the technologies employed for any interim recovery operation(s):
7. Use of recovered materials (e.g. compliance with technical/industrial quality standards):
8. Recovery quota (rough indication)*
Amount of recovered material in relation to non-recoverable waste:
Non-recoverable fraction (list typical fractions and their major constituents):
Typical method of disposal (operation) for the non-recoverable fraction:
Overall environmental benefits of the recovery of the waste*:
 Virgin material conservation  Energy conservation  Emission reduction (e.g. reduction of greenhouse gas emissions)
 Reduction of the amount of waste destined to disposal
 Other (please describe):
Possible methods for the control of compliance of the waste with the proposed entry for Annex IIIB by
enforcement officers (e.g. simple tests)*: