Waste acceptance / EANV
The verification process.
Transparency from the producer to the disposer.
The most important thing first - here you will find the numbers given to IAG by the public authorities in the electronic waste verification process (eANV):
- Disposer number of the plant for the recyclable material reloading point: M58ZL-008
- Disposer number of the seepage water treatment plant: M58CPB019
- Disposer number of the Ihlenberg landfill: M58SAD001
Electronic waste verification process
A statutory verification obligation exists for the generators, collectors, transporters and disposers of hazardous waste. Records of the verification of the so-called electronic verification process (eANV) are to be kept.
In order to be allowed to dispose of hazardous waste at the Ihlenberg landfill, our customers need to fulfil the following preconditions:
- Accessibility in the electronic verification system
- Registration with the Central Coordination Office of the Federal States (ZKS) (www.zks-abfall.de)
- Creation of a post box with the Central Coordination Office of the Federal States (ZKS) or with a provider
- Maintenance of the electronic waste disposal verification (consisting of the responsibility statement by the generator, the acceptance declaration from IAG and, if necessary, confirmation from the responsible authorities)
- Maintenance of an electronic register
As soon as you have fulfilled the preconditions, you can add an electronic consignment note (eBGS) to your waste disposal verification, sign it and then send it to the transporter.
The transporter will then also electronically sign the electronic consignment note (eBGS) that they have been sent.
The transporter also has the possibility of electronically signing at the IAG facility. Only after the transporter has signed can the waste be accepted by IAG in the customary fashion.
IAG then assumes, as the disposer of the waste, responsibility for the electronic confirmation (signing of the electronic consignment note) and the subsequent distribution of the electronic documents to all parties involved (generator, transporter, public authorities) via the Central Coordination Office of the Federal States (ZKS).
If you need help with the preparation of the electronic waste disposal verification or when drafting electronic consignment notes, we will provide help with our customary expert and reliable fashion.
Contact: Ms Peggy Haase
You will find the official IAG numbers issued by the public authorities here:
- Disposer number Ihlenberg landfill: M58SAD001
- Disposer number seepage water treatment plant: M58CPB019
- Disposer number for the recyclable material handling plant: M58ZL-008
The entire waste disposal process is subject to a complex control system based on statutory provisions and public authority stipulations:
In accordance with the landfill ordinance, the generator of the waste must define in detail the nature of the waste in good time prior to the first waste delivery. The detailed definition of the waste, in particular, includes:
- origin of the waste,
- waste description,
- amount of waste,
- information relating to the adherence with the classification criteria that apply to the landfill, as well as the other relevant materials that make up the waste.
The detailed definition of the waste is examined by IAG and this is then recorded in the company database. If the legal conditions for the planned disposal of the waste are met, the generator is informed that the waste is accepted, or if necessary, required confirmations or assignments form the public authorities involved need to be acquired before the waste deliveries can begin.
Using the information contained in the detailed definition, the analysis intervals, the parameter ranges, as well as the unloading area on the landfill site need to be decided upon in consultation with the responsible public authorities. This information is also recorded in the company database.
Only then may waste be delivered to the landfill site.
The generator of the waste is responsible for the adherence with the information provided in the fundamental definition. The generator is obliged to examine if the allocation criteria are being adhered with for each started 1,000 tonnes that are meant to be dumped at the landfill site, but at least once annually and the results need to be shared with IAG.
Each delivery is checked and controlled by IAG at the entrance to the landfill site, when unloading the waste and when leaving the site.
Check at the entrance gate
The employees that carry out the acceptance checks take the corresponding consignment documentation from the delivering party and compare this with the information in the database describing the respective waste.
A visual inspection/control of appearance, consistency, colour, smell of the delivered waste is conducted.
If the information contained in the consignment documentation and the result of the visual inspection correspond with the information stored in the database, the waste delivery is then weighed at the entrance gate.
If the respective analysis interval that has been determined for the waste has been reached an analysis sample is taken.
The driver is then directed to the unloading point on the landfill site and they are given the consignment documents.
Inspection at unloading
Once unloading has been completed, a further visual inspection/inspection of appearance, consistency, colour, smell is carried out. Analysis samples may also be taken here if necessary.
Inspections when leaving the landfill site
The consignment documents are checked once again before the grounds of the IAG facility are exited. The empty vehicle is then weighed and the net weight of waste is determined in this way, while the unloading point, including grid coordinates that are recorded on the paperwork are checked. The driver is then provided with a copy of the consignment documents and leaves the landfill site.
The waste samples taken by IAG at delivery are examined on the basis of the set analysis parameters in IAG's own laboratory or in an external laboratory.
In the case of relevant deviations from the fundamental description, the responsible public authority as well as generator of the waste is notified. At the same time, corresponding measures on how to progress further are determined (e.g. stopping deliveries, return).