In construction, we often deal with demolition work, where construction waste appears as a side product. This raises the question, what to do with it?
The problem with construction waste is that there is less and less space to deposit it and that one also needs to ensure long-term protection of primary materials by using them as little as possible.
The plan must contain information on:
Documents confirming the order of construction waste acceptance must show the type of construction waste, the planned amount of created construction waste and the address of the construction site including indication of the belonging building permit, to which the acceptance of construction waste refers to.
The investor must authorize one construction contractor for the entire construction site for handing over construction waste to a collector of construction waste on his/her behalf. Each time a shipment of waste is handed over, a record sheet needs to be prepared by the authorized contractor, as determined by regulations governing waste management.