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C & I and C & D waste - user guide
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|The instructions on this page apply to both the C&I and the C&D screens.|
What you will need:
the number of small vehicles ('cars & stationwagons' and 'utes, vans and trailers') that have delivered C&I or C&D waste to the facility, where the quantity has been determined by use of weight conversion factors.
|Record VENM as construction and demolition (C&D)waste.|
To claim exemptions, you will need:
- details of waste received from an EPA-approved community service or incident, including the approval number issued by the EPA to the recipient of the approval.
Occupiers of landfills that receive more than 20,000 tonnes of waste per year (10,000 from 1 September 2006) are required to install an approved weighbridge.
You are required to report waste received in the quantities recorded by the weighbridge (with the exception of small vehicles, which may be reported as either weighed or unweighed waste, see below).
Waste received in small vehicles
You may report waste from small vehicles (cars and stationwagons; utes, vans and trailers) as either:
- as weighed waste - where you have chosen not to use weight conversion factors. Report the waste against the appropriate material composition code.
- as unweighed waste - as the number of small vehicles (cars and stationwagons; utes, vans and trailers). The system will automatically apply weight conversion factors to calculate the weight in tonnes from the number of vehicles you report.
|If only part of a waste item is exempt, enter the exempt quantity separately from the remaining quantity.|
The exemptions you claim here will be listed by the system on the Exemptions screen.
How to claim exemptions
- Ash: select the Ash option from the Claim exemption dropdown only if the ash residue was generated by the combustion of waste on which the contribution has already been paid (i.e. waste received from a scheduled waste facility that is an incinerator).
- Dredging spoil: the system will automatically record the exemption for the total quantity you report.
- Community service or incident waste: select the Community service or incident option from the Claim exemption dropdown box. You will then be prompted to enter the approval number issued by the EPA to the recipient of the approval.
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Page last updated: 12 July 2012