Collection, transport, disposal and recovery of every type of waste

Authorised to collect, transport and dispose all types of solid, liquid and non dangerous waste

deriving from artisanal, industrial and any other type, amongst which:

  • Town and similar
  • Special and dangerous waste
  • Expired medicines, hospital waste
  • Items seized after criminal offence

What is of fundamental importance is the inspection of our technicians and the representative sampling of the waste, we are able to identify/individualise the best and most solution from a logistical/environmental and economical point of view, for the disposal in a final implant the collection takes place, if requested, relieving the Producer/Holder from the bureaucratic formalities by filling in the refuse identification module (F.I.R.) according to the Ministerial Decree dated 1 April 1998, n. 145. the refuse identification module must contain:

  1. name and address of the producer and the holder;
  2. origin, typology and quantity of the refuse;
  3. date and routing path
  4. name and address of the recipient.
  • Il the refuse identification module must be drawn up in four copies, filled, dated and signed by the holder of refuse and countersigned by the transporter;
  • a copy of the form must remain with the holder and the other three, countersigned and dated by the  e dated upon arrival by the recipient, one is acquired by the recipient and two by the transporter that sees to transmitting one to the holder;
  • the copies of the module must be kept for five years;
  • the refuse identification module must be issued, with the identification form must be issued, by a special carbon copy book with forms according to the model attached to the DM 01/04/98 n.145, by the producer or the holder of the refuse or by the subject that carries out the transport. If computer tools are used, they must be printed on fanfold copy paper; the identification forms are numbered progressively and prepared by the printers authorised by the Ministry of Finance as well as numbered and authenticated by the Registry Office or the Chambers of Commerce;
  • a module has to be issued for each waste that is identified with the CER code and from the description, the quantities are indicated in KG or Litres or “weight to be ascertained at destination as well as numerically if the waste are identifiable in numeric units;
  • the refuse identification modules are and integrated part of the registers for the loading and unloading of produced or managed refuse;
  • therefore, the identification details of the modules must be noted on such registers while the progressive number of the loading and unloading register relative to the aforementioned note must be copied on the module that accompanies the transport of the same refuse.