Biowaste; application for designation as a body for conducting tests.
Persons, in particular biowaste handlers and mixture producers, may only have their epidemiological hygiene and pollutant-related tests on biowaste and application soils required by the Biowaste Ordinance carried out by bodies that have been designated by the competent authority or that have equivalent recognition from another EU state or EEA state.
The Biowaste Ordinance obliges biowaste handlers and mixture producers in particular to have certain tests carried out on biowaste and the application soils for biowaste. These investigations may only be carried out by investigation bodies that have been designated (notified) by the competent authority.
The competent authority checks whether the requirements for designation (notification) of the applicant as an investigation body for certain investigations provided for in the Biowaste Ordinance are met (cf. "Requirements" below).
A body is considered to be officially designated even if it operates in Bavaria and therefore does not need to be designated by a Bavarian authority if it has been designated by a competent authority of another federal state or if it has equivalent recognition from another EU or EEA state.
A testing body (applicant) is designated (notified) for certain testing of biowaste and biowaste application soils provided for under the Biowaste Ordinance if the applicant is
- is reliable
- has the necessary independence for the investigations
- has the required expertise for the respective investigations
- has the necessary technical equipment for the tests
- has proven in regular quality assurance measures that he possesses the necessary technical competence
- has introduced a quality assurance system according to DIN ISO EN 17025 and
- can demonstrate successful participation in the Interstate Proficiency Test (LÜRV).
The applicant does not have to observe any deadlines when submitting his application for designation (notification) as a body for certain investigations. In case of existing notification, the application for extension shall be submitted to the competent body in due time before the expiry of the validity of the notification notice.
Certificate of good conduct
Extract from the Central Trade Register
Proof of successful participation in the transnational interlaboratory comparison ("LÜRV")
This is carried out once a year.
for applicants operating nationwide: accreditation certificate according to DIN ISO 17025 with annexes to the test methods
as well as the protocol of the last laboratory audit by the accreditation body (DAKKs)
Declarations of commitment to future regular participation in the transnational interlaboratory comparison ("LÜRV")
This is carried out once a year.
Undertaking to allow the representatives of the Bayerische Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft access to the laboratory and to the laboratory work during normal business hours.
The waste module must be observed.
Declaration of commitment to keep all samples examined for one year for subsequent examinations by the Bayerische Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft (Bavarian State Research Centre for Agriculture).
in the case of applicants or responsible persons from other EU or EEA countries
In addition to the above-mentioned proofs of reliability and expertise, equivalent foreign proofs are also sufficient if the proofs show that the above-mentioned prerequisites are fulfilled or that the requirements of the foreign country are essentially comparable with these prerequisites. The Bayerische Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft may require the submission of a certified German translation of such foreign certificates.
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