Waste Management

Overview

If a company is certified as an EFB (Entsorgungsfachbetrieb – company specialized in waste disposal), fulfillment of the following requirements placed in a stringent rating system is documented and made traceable for the client: reliability of the service, training of the personnel and compliance with all legal requirements.

Objectives

  •   The EFB’s voluntary quality review means safety and certainty – for the clients, the waste disposal companies themselves, the public and the environment.
  •   Certification is done on a voluntary basis and thus is voluntary self-commitment of trade and industry, which does not necessitate any legal basis.

Motivation and benefits

  •   legal certainty;
  •   increase of competitiveness;
  •   long-term securing of the business activities;
  •   increase of customer satisfaction;
  •   possibility of integrated audits combining ISO 9001, ISO 14001, the EMAS Regulation and SCC;
  •   acknowledging professional waste treatment;
  •   ingoing documentation of quality;
  •   optimization of processes and operations;
  •   use of the EFB Logo as a quality seal

Contents

Quality review which the waste disposal company undergoes is based on the following requirements that need to be met and thus form the basis for certification:

  •   requirements placed on the structure;
  •   requirements placed on human resources;
  •   maintaining a diary;
  •   ensuring insurance protection;
  •   requirements relating to the activities;
  •   requirements placed on the company owner;
  •   requirements placed on the persons responsible for managing and supervising operations;
  •   requirements placed on the other employees;
  •   requirements placed on further training