The first element of BDO, i.e. the Register-BDO, was launched in January 2018.
The registration obligation applies to entities that introduce packaged products, tires, lubricating oils, vehicles, batteries or accumulators, electrical and electronic equipment, producers, importers and intra-Community buyers of packaging, transporting waste, separate collection points for municipal waste, producers of obligated waste to keep records. In connection with the above, the obligation to register may also apply to sole proprietorships required to keep records of waste.
Entities exempt from registration are:
From January 1, 2020, entry into the Register - BDO (and any changes to it), keeping waste records and reporting will only take place online, and the currently used form of the above-mentioned documents will cease to apply. Therefore, the operation of entities that will not register with BDO by the end of 2019 will be limited, because from January 1, 2020, if the entity generates waste and is not registered in BDO, it will not be able to legally transfer this waste, e.g. the transporting party, as it will not be able to generate a waste transfer card (KPO), as well as the transporting party will not be able to collect them without the card issued.
We encourage you to click on the link below and complete the questionnaire, which will help you determine whether you are required to register with BDO:
More information you can found at the link: