Non-hazardous Waste

Applies to: Silage Production; Silage Storage I; Silage Storage II; Manure Storage; Biogas Plant

Description:

This indicator refers to the prevention of negative impacts associated with the management of non-hazardous waste. The indicator considers waste management practices implemented and whether management complies with the relevant regulations and permits.

Questions:

What type of waste is generated at the facility site?

How is non-hazardous waste managed?

Rating:

Non-hazardous waste is segregated, stored, treated and disposed not to pose a threat to human health and the environment

Non-hazardous waste is partially segregated but disposed not to pose a threat to human health and the environment

Non-hazardous waste is not segregated but disposed not to pose a threat to human health and the environment

Management of non-hazardous waste is not in line with the regulation or permit

Sources of information:

EBRD. 2014. Environmental and Social Policy.

OECD. 2007. Guidance manual on environmentally sound management of waste. OECD.