Article 5.2.3bis.1.7.

The sites of incineration and co-incineration installations, with the associated sites for the storage of waste, are designed and operated in such a way that the unlawful or accidental release of pollutants into the soil, surface water and groundwater is prevented.


Reception capacity is provided for the polluted rainwater draining off the site of the waste incineration or co-incineration plant and for the polluted water that comes from overflows or fire-fighting. The reception capacity is such that this water can if necessary be examined and treated before being discharged.

Article 5.2.3bis.1.8. Translation not available

Article 5.2.3bis.1.9. Translation not available

Article 5.2.3bis.1.10. Dangerous medical waste is directly introduced into the furnace in the specified receptacles, meaning without them first being mixed with waste materials of other categories.

Article 5.2.3bis.1.11. Translation not available

Article 5.2.3bis.1.12. Translation not available