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17: To establish a harmonized methodology for data collection and processing by introducing a single entry point for all waste data, which should be Eurostat. Reliable reporting of comparable statistical data concerning waste management is paramount to efficient implementation and to ensuring comparability of data among Member States.    

 

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Compromise amendment                      17

Miroslav Poche

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments: 13, 153, 154

Proposal for a directive

Recital 28

 
Text proposed by the Commission Amendment
(28)     Statistical data reported by Member States are essential for the Commission to assess compliance with waste legislation across the Member States. The quality, reliability and comparability of statistics should be improved by introducing a single entry point for all waste data, deleting obsolete reporting requirements, benchmarking national reporting methodologies and introducing a data quality check report. Therefore, when reporting on the achievement of the targets set out in waste legislation, Member States shall use the most recent methodology developed by the Commission and the national statistical offices of the Member States. (28)        Statistical data reported by Member States are essential for the Commission to assess compliance with waste legislation across the Member States. The quality, reliability and comparability of statistics should be improved establishing a harmonized methodology for data collection and processing and by introducing a single entry point for all waste data, which should be Eurostat, and by deleting obsolete reporting requirements, benchmarking national reporting methodologies and introducing a data quality check report, which should be based on a harmonised format. Reliable reporting of comparable statistical data concerning waste management is paramount to efficient implementation and to ensuring comparability of data among Member States. Therefore, when preparing the implementation reports under this Directive, Member States should use the most recent methodology developed by the Commission and the national statistical offices of the Member States.

 

 

 

Principales Asuntos:

4: introduction of definition of industrial and commercial waste
6: EPR minimum operating requirement to be mandatory
9: the Commission should examine the possibility to set up recycling targets for non-hazardous commercial and industrial  waste with similar recycling obligations to those which apply to municipal waste
10: establishment of communication platform on the circular economy for the exchange of best practises between Member States
15: In order to avoid contamination of municipal waste with hazardous substances, Member States should set up separate collection streams for hazardous waste from households
16: do not support the landfilling and incineration of untreated waste
17: To establish a harmonized methodology for data collection and processing by introducing a single entry point for all waste data, which should be Eurostat. Reliable reporting of comparable statistical data concerning waste management is paramount to efficient implementation and to ensuring comparability of data among Member States.    
19: «1b. «commercial and industrial waste» means non-hazardous mixed waste and separately collected waste of larger quantities than municipal waste originating from commercial and industrial activities and/or premises, including paper and cardboard, glass, metal, plastic, bio-waste, wood and bulky waste. Commercial and industrial waste does not include municipal waste, construction and demolition waste and waste from sewage network and treatment, including sewage sludge.
22: «preparing for re-use» means checking, cleaning or repairing recovery operations, by which products or components of products that have become waste are prepared so that they can be re-used without any other pre-processing
29: define in a clear way the roles and responsibilities of producers of products placing goods on the market of the Union (i.e. any natural or legal person who professionally develops, manufactures, processes, treats, sells or imports products) organisations implementing extended producer responsibility on their behalf, private or public waste operators, social economy actors and platforms, local authorities, distributors and retailers, end-users and consumers, reuse and repair networks, and, recognised preparation for re-use operators.
42: set up education and training programmes highlighting the benefits of the circular economy, also in primary and secondary curricula, develop continuous communication and regular education campaigns to raise awareness of waste prevention, and the re-use and recycling objectives .

 

Documento: ca_19_07_16-wfd-002_updated180816-002