Article 1. Scope  

These acceptance regulations apply to the submission and acceptance of waste materials. This concerns the offering by third parties at the yards of Holland Recycling in Boxtel. These terms of acceptance also apply to the submission of waste materials in the containers placed by Holland Recycling.  

Article 2. Explanation of terms 

2.1. Supplier 

The person by whom, or on behalf of whom, the waste materials are offered for processing 

2.2. Carrier 

The person, who on the instructions of the supplier, actually delivers the waste materials to the receiver. 

2.3. Receiver 

The party who receives the offered waste materials.  

2.4. Yard Manager 

The person who is responsible for/ manages the yard.  

2.5. Description form  

Each waste stream must be described by using the description form, BA- form. 

2.6. Transport accompanying form  

Each waste shipment must be accompanied by the correct and fully completed legal transport documents such as a guidance letter or a CMR with Annex VII. 

2.7. Waste materials 

Materials that meet the requirements set forth in Article 8 of these regulations. 

Article 3. Validity  

3.1. These terms and conditions apply to all offers of waste materials at the yards of Holland Recycling and to all offers of waste materials in containers that are put out by Holland Recycling B.V. By offering waste materials, the supplier is deemed to agree with these regulations.  

3.2 Deviations from these regulations are only valid if these deviations are accepted by the yard manager in writing. Any deviations will only apply for the duration or the quantity as set out in an agreement between the supplier and the yard manager. Deviations may not in any way contravene statutory provisions. 

Article 4. Management and Operations  

The yards are located at: Schouwrooij 8 in Boxtel and Colenhoef 4 in Boxtel. 

Article 5. Access  

The yard is only accessible for the personnel of the processing facility and (after permission has been obtained) persons delivering waste materials (suppliers). If the supplier or carrier causes nuisance or obstructs the normal course of business within the processing facility, they may be denied access to the yard.  

Article 6. Opening hours 

The yard is open on working days between 07.30 and 16.30. 

Article 7. Supplying waste materials  

With the exception of certain ground cables, hazardous waste may not be offered to the processing facility. If hazardous waste is nevertheless offered by a supplier, these materials will be refused.  

Article 8. Acceptance of waste materials 

8.1. Holland Recycling accepts both hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials in the following categories: metals, end of life electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and plastics. Loose batteries or unsorted loads containing batteries will be refused.  

8.2. The exact waste materials accepted from the categories referred to in 8.1 depend on the applicable European waste code (Eural code). A current list of the waste codes accepted by Holland Recycling is available at the reception desk and can be provided on request. 

8.3. Waste materials that may not be accepted by Holland Recycling can, on request, be collected from the supplier on site for direct transport to a suitable waste company. 

8.4. If during acceptance or receipt of the waste materials any doubts occur whether a waste material may be accepted, further investigation will be carried out into the composition of the waste material in consultation with the supplier. This may vary from sensory testing by Holland Recycling to chemical analysis by an external laboratory. The results of the investigation cannot be disputed and any costs incurred will be passed on to the supplier. 

8.5. Waste materials found to be unacceptable at the time of receipt inspection must be transported without delay by or on behalf of the supplier to a suitable waste company. Even if waste materials after initial acceptance are later found to be unacceptable because of their composition, they must be transported without delay by or on behalf of the supplier to a suitable waste company on the instructions of Holland Recycling. 

8.6. If the supplier fails to dispose of waste materials refused on the instruction of Holland Recycling, these waste materials will be transported at the expense of the supplier to a suitable waste company. In such cases, the supplier will also be denied access to the facility for a period that is yet to be determined by Holland Recycling. 

8.7. Records are kept of refused waste materials delivered to our yard. These may be inspected by the competent authority on request.  

Article 9. Deliver procedure 

9.1 The carrier of the waste materials must report to the counter at the weighbridge. 

9.2 The acceptor will assess whether the materials will be accepted. This assessment is based on the information to be provided by the transporter and the inspection of the material carried out by the acceptor, as referred to in Article 9 paragraph 5. If there are any doubts about the degree of contamination of the BA, action will be taken in accordance with article 8 section 5. 

9.3 The weighbridge employee will determine in which category the BA offered will be classified. 

9.4 The weight of the BA offered will be determined by weighing using the weighbridge present on the site. 

9.5 An acceptance bill (weighing receipt) will be drawn up of each load brought in and accepted, showing the following information: – receipt number – date and time – provider – signature of provider – origin BA (construction project, sorting facility, demolition object) – quantity of waste – nature and composition – type/category according to the acceptance regulations – transporter – registration number of means of transport. 

9.6 Identification with a valid ID is required for anyone offering Copper-containing materials and wishing to be paid in cash. 

9.7 Weighing receipts are kept for a period of three years by the administration. 

9.8 After acceptance and weighing, the BA supplied may be unloaded. In doing so, the carrier shall follow the instructions of the yard personnel. 

Article 10. Further provisions relating to supplying waste materials 

The list’’ Acceptance conditions’’ indicates which substances must be refused. This list can be found in article 14. 

Article 11. Prices  

11.1 The processing rates shall apply per Metric Ton and shall be determined annually, or if there is reason to do so in the meantime. 

11.2 The processing rates shall be calculated on the quantity weighed. In addition, according to the category classification indicated by the weighbridge employee. 

11.3 Payment will only be made if the value per consignment is reasonable: only deliveries with a value above € 1,000. Preferably with a notice in advance. 

11.4 If material is delivered unsorted or is sent so that sorting takes substantial time, the delivery will not be accepted by us. 

11.5 If material is packed by piece or is packed in such a way that unpacking takes a substantial amount of time, we will deduct € 0.10 per kilogram from the website yield. 

11.6 The serial numbers of the weighing slips are stated on the invoice. 

Article 12. Liability  

12.1 The supplier/ carrier is liable for any damage caused by him, his personnel or the equipment he uses, or the waste or other materials he brings in, to the personnel and property of Holland Recycling or of third parties working for Holland Recycling. 

12.2 The supplier/ carrier shall indemnify Holland Recycling in the case referred to in Article 12.1 against all third party claims for damages, irrespective of the cause of the damage. 

12.3 If a transporter offers on behalf of the supplier/collector, both the supplier/collector and the transporter or their representative(s) are liable for the damage referred to in this article. 

12.4 Holland Recycling accepts no liability for entering and driving on the premises. 

Article 13. Disputes  

13.1 In all cases not covered by these regulations, the following shall decide: 

  1. the management 
  1. the commercial administrative officer 
  1. the weighbridge employee 

13.2 Disputes will, if necessary, be submitted for adjunction to the Civil Judge, who is competent according to the normal rules of competence. 

Article 14. Acceptance conditions 

Airconditioners  Are refused unless striped of environmentally harmful substances. 
Asbestos  Refused 
Tires from cars  Refused 
Tires from trucks  Refused 
Batteries cadmium  Refused (hazardous waste) 
Concrete waste (Clean)  Refused 
Concrete waste (contaminated)  Refused 
Bitumen  Refused 
Fire Safes  Refused 
Capacitors  Costs, on request 
Emulsions on turntables   Moisture depletion 
Bicycle batteries and other loose li-ion batteries  Refused 
Gas canisters / aerosols  Refused* 
Glass residues  Deduction of waste + waste tax 
Soil or sand residues  Deduction of waste + waste tax 
Wood residues  Deduction of waste + waste tax 
Insulation material  Deduction of waste + waste tax 
Refrigeration and freezer equipment  Refused 
Plastics  Delivered separately 
Pipework Chem. Plants  Cleaned, otherwise refused 
Oil or oil-related products/greases  Traces only, otherwise rejected 
Degreasers  Refused 
Paper/cardboard  Delivered separately 
Rubble  Deduction of waste + waste tax 
Radioactive material  Refused 
Lubricants Traces only  Traces only, refuse otherwise 
Tanks  Empty and clean + cleaning certificate (with manhole) 
Transformers  Oil-free and with certificate: otherwise refuse 
Dirt tax deduction / dirt tax  € 250,00 per ton 
Barrels (empty and clean)  Accepted 
Barrels (contaminated)  Refused (hazardous waste) 
Paint cans (solid/liquid)  Refused (hazardous waste) 
Paint cans (scrap empty)  Accepted 
Packaging materials other than iron  Return or waste tax 
Food waste  Deduction of waste + waste tax 
Washing machine  Accept (with deduction of concrete) 
* Exception – cut completely through the middle.