Waste Generation Permit 

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Legal basis: 

Article 181, paragraph 1, point 4 of the Act of April 27, 2001, Environmental Protection Law. 

  1. Provisions of the Act of December 14, 2012, on waste. 
  2. A waste producer is required to obtain a Waste Generation Permit for waste generated in connection with the operation of facilities. 

A Waste Generation Permit is required for the generation of waste: 

  • with a mass exceeding 1 Mg per year – in the case of hazardous waste; 
  • with a mass exceeding 5000 Mg per year – in the case of non-hazardous waste. 


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  • Document confirming legal title to the land where the installation is located. 
  • Document confirming that the applicant is authorized to engage in legal transactions if the operator of the installation is not a natural person. 
  • Summary of the application prepared in non-specialized language. 
  • Confirmation of payment of the treasury fee. 
  1. Identification of the operator of the installation, their residential or business address.

Significance of the main operator of the installation or determination of the scope of responsibility of specific operators for designated parts of the installation for the operation of the installation in accordance with environmental protection regulations, in the case specified in Article 183b of the Environmental Protection Law, which states: at the request of operators of designated parts of the installation, designated parts of the installation may be covered by a single permit. 

  1. Address of the plant where the operation of the installation takes place.
  2. Information on the legal title to the installation.
  3. Information about the type of installation, used devices and technologies, and technical characteristics of the sources of formation and emission locations.
  4. Assessment of the technical condition of the installation.
  5. Information about the type of conducted activity.
  6. Description of the anticipated operating variants of the installation.
  7. Block (general) technological diagram along with mass balance and types of materials, raw materials, and fuels used, significant from the point of view of environmental protection requirements.
  8. Information about the energy used or generated by the installation.
  9. Magnitude and sources of formation or emission locations.
  10. Proposed procedures for monitoring technological processes significant from the point of view of environmental protection requirements, especially the measurement or recording of emission quantities.
  11. Declared deadline and method for terminating the operation of the installation or its designated part, not posing a threat to the environment, if the termination of operation is expected during the period for which the permit is to be issued.
  12. Declared total time of further operation of the installation, if it affects the determination of environmental protection requirements, and the declared method of documenting this operating time.
  13. The time for which the permit is to be issued.
  14. Tax identification number (NIP) and National Business Registry Number (REGON) of the waste holder, if assigned.
  15. Detailed listing of types of waste intended for generation, including their basic chemical composition and properties.
  16. Specification of the quantities of individual types of waste intended for generation within a year.
  17. Indication of methods to prevent waste generation or reduce the quantity of waste and its negative impact on the environment.
  18. Description of further waste management methods, including collection, transport, recovery, and disposal of waste.
  19. Indication of the place, method, and type of stored waste.
  20. Additional requirements for the application for a permit are specified in Article 208 and Article 221 of the Environmental Protection Law.


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