For the creation of the now historic calendar, Lamafer launches a message that is both a warning and a hope:
Until new rules regarding the new traceability system currently under study by the Italian Ministry for the Environment are issued, the obligation to keep waste loading/unloading registers remains valid for all previously obligated subjects. The exclusion from this obligation of initial producers of non-hazardous waste who do not have more than 10 employees (but who remain obliged for hazardous waste however) is definitely clarified at a national level (in the Province of Bolzano this has already been the case for a long time now!).
The obligation to keep the waste loading/unloading registers on file changes from five to three years.
The non-liability of the producer or holder of the waste sent to recycling is confirmed for the activities coded from R1 to R13 or to disposal for the activities coded from D1 to D12, upon receipt of the 4th copy of the undersigned form (sent via PEC, i.e. certified electronic mail), by no later than 3 months from the date of transfer of the waste to the transporter.
As regards disposal operations D13, D14, D15, as from 26 September 2020 the RECIPIENT of the waste must produce a statement of performance of disposal, issued pursuant to Pres. Decree No. 445/2000, and undersigned by the owner of the waste disposal plant. The statement must indicate the data of the disposal facility and of its owner, the quantity of waste processed and the type of disposal operation carried out.
The transporter may send the 4th copy to the waste producer via certified e-mail (in Italy: PEC). The transporter, however, has the obligation to keep the original document on file for three years or may subsequently send the hard copy to the producer, too.
The obligation to keep the forms (as well as the waste loading/unloading register) on file changes from five to three years.