Article 11.

1.

The disposal of waste, and any preparatory operations preceding such disposal, shall be subject to a licence obligation.

The recovery of waste, and any preparatory operations preceding such recovery, shall be subject to a licence or notification obligation.

The Government of Flanders may subject the use of materials to a licence or notification obligation in accordance with the objectives mentioned in Article 4.

2.

The provisions of the Decree of 25 April 2014 on the environmental licence shall apply to the licences and notifications mentioned in paragraph 1.

The Government of Flanders may issue sectoral conditions for the activities receipt mentioned in paragraph 1.

3.

Without prejudice to the application of the matters governed by the Decree of 25 April 2014 on the environmental licence, the environmental licences mentioned in paragraph 1 may only be granted if they do not conflict with the provisions of this Decree, its implementing orders or its implementation plans.

Without prejudice to the application of the matters governed by the Decree of 25 April 2014 on the environmental licence, when granting the environmental licences mentioned in paragraph 1, conditions may be laid down relating to:

1

the type and amount of waste and materials that can be processed or used;

2

technical and other provisions that apply to the location in question;

3

safety and precautionary measures to be taken;

4

the way in which waste is processed or the efficiency with which materials are consumed;

5

control and monitoring measures;

6

the waste and materials resulting from the treatment or use, and any limitations of use there may be;

7

provisions relating to closure and after-care, insofar as these are necessary.

The Government of Flanders may define further rules relating to the conditions stated in subparagraph 2.