Article 6.

§ 1.

Natural and legal persons who manage waste shall keep a chronological waste register which shall include a record of the quantity supplied and disposed of, the nature, origin and, if applicable, destination, frequency of collection, mode of transport and treatment of the waste collected, picked up, transported, disposed of or recovered. The Government of Flanders shall lay down more specific rules with respect to the content and the modalities of this waste register. The Government of Flanders may release groups of natural and legal persons from this obligation. Without prejudice to the provisions of the Decree of 28 June 1985 on the environmental licence, the Government of Flanders can allow derogations from the content and conditions of the waste register during individual assessments of activities that are subject to authorisation or notification, as mentioned in Article 11.

 

Natural and legal persons who manage waste shall report certain information concerning the waste collected, picked up, disposed of or recovered to OVAM. The Government of Flanders can stipulate that OVAM selects natural and legal persons to report information. The Government of Flanders shall determine what information must be reported and in what manner this is to take place.

 

§ 2.

The Government of Flanders may determine that when being transported, waste must be accompanied by an identification form, whether or not in electronic form.

 

§ 3.

The Government of Flanders may determine that materials registers must be kept for specific materials with a view to obtaining information on the efficient and legitimate use of materials in accordance with the objective mentioned in Article 4. These registers may refer to amounts of incoming and outgoing material flows and their origin and destination. The Government of Flanders may lay down more specific rules for this.

 

The Government of Flanders can stipulate that OVAM select natural and legal persons to report information from the materials register. The Government of Flanders shall determine what information must be reported and in what manner this is to take place.