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Reference Standard

 

This area is focused to the main Italian regulations derived from the European Directive 2000/53 on the end of life vehicles items. In each subarea different topics on Italian ELVs legislative framework can be found.

 

European Directive 2000/53/CE

All current laws about End-of-life vehicles come from European Directive 2000/53/CE, whose Italian transposition is Legislative Decree no.209/03 (and subsequent amendments). Directives’ aim is the harmonization of different national law about ELV and promotion of recycling, recovery and reuse of materials coming from end of life vehicles.

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2011/37/UE Directive

European Directive 2011/37/UE, modifying Annex II of 2000/53/CE about End of Life Vehicles.

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2013/28/UE Directive

Further Annex II udpating of 2000/53/CE about End of Life Vehicles.

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2016/774/UE Directive

Last update of 2000/53/CE Annex II about End of Life Vehicles

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Italian transposition of European Directive: Legislative Decree no.209/03 – June 24th, 2003 and no. 149/06 – February 23rd, 2006

European Directive 2000/53/CE about End of Life Vehicles Management in Italy has been implemented through Legislative Decree no. 209, subsequentely corrected and integrated by Legislative Decree no. 149.

Attached, the Italian text of the Decree with amendments. For further information please contact us.

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Collection centers and treatment facilities’ requirements: Attachment of Legislative Decree no.203/09

These Annexes report all requirements and reference indications that dismantling companies and treatment facilities must follow in order to fulfill national and European law.

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Ministerial Decree of 2012, May 24th: amendment of Annex II (European Directive 2011/37/CE transposition)

Italian implementation of 2011/37/UE: modification of Annex II - D.Lgs 209/03 about End of Life Vehicles.

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Ministerial Decree of 2013, December 4th: amendment of Annex II (European Directive 2013/28/CE transposition)

Italian implementation of 2013/28/UE: further modification of Annex II - D.Lgs 209/03 about End of Life Vehicles.

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Ministerial Decree of 2017, January 20th: amendment of Annex II (European Directive 2016/774/CE transposition)

Italian implementation of 2016/774/CE: last modification of Annex II - D.Lgs 209/03 about End of Life Vehicles.

 

 

 

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Italian End of Life Vehicles Framework Agreement

Italian Environment Ministry, Economic Development Ministry and all vehicles’ industrial chain Associations  have signed, on May 8th 2008, a Framework Agreement about End of Life Vehicles’ management. This is the first example in Europe of proactivity and concreteness in which Public Authority and all industrial chain cooperate with the aim to give an effective solution to this issue.

The duration of this agreement is 7 years and now it’s going to be reviewed. Incentive for research about recycling of materials are contemplated.

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Trade Associations Agreements

 All Associations belonging to the dismantling context and involved in ELV issue, from dealers to shredders, are partner of Carmakers Associations about ELV Framework Agreement and represent a key element for progress of results in this area.

All activities so far has been implemented and managed through periodical meetings of a dedicated Inter-Associative Table, in which all issue regarding industrial chain are discussed.
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End of Life Tires Decree

Recycling of material arising from End of Life Vehicles hasbeen significantly promoted by Legislative Decree no. 81 of the April 11th, 2011 about End of Life Tires management.

In particular, Article 7 regards tires coming from end of life vehicles dismantling activity, whose free withdrawal is granted by a fund which collects all environmental contribution paid by final customer whenever a new tire or a new vehicle is purchased. 
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Ministerial Decree of january 20th, 2012: technical parameters about ELT management

Ministerial Decree establishing technical parameters for identification, by ELT Management Committee, of the contribution for end of life vehicles.

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Decree April 26th, 2012: Contribution to ELT management

Decree identifying, for the year 2012, the environmental contribution to the management of End of Life Tyres arising from the demolition of end of life vehicles.

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Decree July 3rd, 2013: Contribution to ELT management

Decree identifying the environmental contribution to the management of End of Life Tyres arising from the demolition of end of life vehicles (year 2013).

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Decree July 7th, 2014: Contribution to ELT management

Decree identifying the environmental contribution to the management of End of Life Tyres arising from the demolition of end of life vehicles (year 2014).

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Decree May 27th, 2015: Contribution to ELT management

Decree identifying the environmental contribution to the management of End of Life Tyres arising from the demolition of end of life vehicles (year 2015).

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Decree June 1st, 2016: Contribution to ELT management

Decree identifying the current environmental contribution to the management of End of Life Tyres arising from the demolition of end of life vehicles (year 2016).

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Decree June 1st, 2016: update

Update of contribution (PFU Cathegory: "D")

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Decree January 31st, 2017: Contribution to ELT management

Decree identifying the current environmental contribution to the management of End of Life Tires arising from the demolition of end of life vehicles (year 2017).

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Decree December 21st, 2017: Contribution to ELT Management

Decree identifying the current environmental contribution to the management of End of Life Tires arising from the demolition of end of life vehicles (year 2018).

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Guidelines about ELV treatment

Guidelines by APAC (now ISPRA), to be used as reference about management and treatment of ELV, both from a technical than technological point of view.

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Indication about ELV recycling documentation

Italian guidelines about documentation related to ELV management to be prepared by dismantlers, written by ISPRA (Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale (ex APAT - Agenzia per l'Ambiente e il Territorio). 

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More about documents' editing (by ECOEURO)

A deepening about MUD preparation (Modello Unico di Dichiarazione Ambientale) from dismantling societies’ point of view, carried out by consulting society Ecoeuro as a result of their experience about this issue.

(other contribution about the same theme coming from other consulting societies, if sent, can be published).
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The Waste Framework Directive

Following, the European Directive 2008/98/CE, called "Waste Framework Directive", which have as  topic all measures to protect human healt by preventing or reducing the adverse impact of generation and management of waste.

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The new Italian waste management: SISTRI

From October 1st, 2013, all Companies treating or transporting hazardous waste have to implement the new traceabilty system for waste called SISTRI.

More information are avaliable at

SISTRI Home page

UNI 11448 standard: Italian ELV treatment guidelines

The technical standard UNI 11448 concerns management and treatment of ELVs and is avaliable at the website of Ente Italiano di Unificazione.

European Regulation no.333/2011

The European Regulation no. 333/2011 regulates scrap metals ceasing to be waste management and covers both iron and aluminium waste. Scrap must be compliannt to conformity requirements and companies involved in management must implement a quality system management in order to ensure product requirements.

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European Regulation n.1179/2012

The European Regulation no. 1179/2012 regulates scrap glass ceasing to be waste management. Scrap must be compliannt to conformity requirements and companies involved in management must implement a quality system management in order to ensure product requirements.

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European Regulation n.715/2013

The European Regulation no. 1179/2012 regulates scrap copper ceasing to be waste management. Scrap must be compliannt to conformity requirements and companies involved in management must implement a quality system management in order to ensure product requirements.

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