Información remitida por CEOE nacional referente a: RESIDUOS. Doc. PENDIENTE DE REMITIR. ENMIENDAS + Def. residuo MUNICIPAL_CEOE WASTE

Documentación PENDIENTE DE REMITIR:

2) Según indicaciones del correo electrónico de ayer (punto 2), a la espera de fijar un plazo para ello, te adelanto la propuesta relativa a la DEFINICION DE RESIDUO MUNICIPAL (en idioma inglés), para incluir en el Documento de comentarios generales.

 

DEFINICION DE RESIDUO MUNICIPAL:

  • que es preciso una real y efectiva armonización definiciones y
  • que en el caso de la definición de residuo municipal esto es especialmente relevante en tanto en cuanto está asociada al cálculo de objetivos, reporte de datos y flujos a contabilizar.

 

2          Economical implications

 

These three issues involve an economic impact for different business stakeholders, positive in some cases and negative in others.

  1. Applying the waste hierarchy whenever it is technical, environmental and economically feasible
  2. Calculation method for recycling targets, and quality of materials
  3. Municipal waste definition
  4. On the targets set

C. Municipal waste definition

This definition comes with revised targets of 50% by 2020 and of 65% by 2030 “for recycling and preparing for re-use” defined exclusively by reference to “municipal waste”.

 

Collectors of waste covered by the “municipal waste” definition in the proposal can very much vary not only between Member States but also at regional level, in line with the subsidiarity principle.

 

The objective of harmonising the framework through an alignment of definitions among Member States and with other Directives under revision is positive.

 

I is desirable a real and effective harmonisation of definitions. In the case of “municipal waste definition”, it is especially relevant, as functionally related to calculation and reporting on the EU recycling targets and accounting on waste streams.

 

The clarification contained in Recital 6 “The definition of municipal waste in this Directive is neutral with regard to the public or private status of the operator managing waste” is also welcomed. A step forward would be to include it in the legislative part of the proposal, in order to have it legally binding, ensuring the uniform application of neutrality across the EU.[RE1]


 No se pueden incluir estas menciones, porque señalar “neutral with regard to the public or private status of the operator managing waste”, tendrá un impacto u otro dependiendo de lo que finalmente recoja la definición