Delivery of special waste

Procedures of delivering special waste at FBK.

FBK, in order to promote the reduction of waste as a priority, in compliance with the hierarchy indicated by Directive 2008/98 EU as ammended, has embraced a series of  prevention steps followed by preparation for reuse, recycling, recovery (including energy recovery) leaving landfilling and waste disposal without energy recovery as the last option.
According to current regulations, waste is divided into two categories:

1) Municipal waste - Article Art 183 letter b -ter) Legislative Decree 152/06 as amended:
a. undifferentiated and separately collected household waste, including: paper and cardboard, glass, metals,
plastics, organic waste, wood, textiles, packaging, waste electrical and electronic equipment, waste
batteries and accumulators and bulky waste, including mattresses and furniture;
b. undifferentiated and separately collected waste from other sources that are similar in nature and composition to the household waste listed in Annex L -c generated by the activities listed in Annex L -d;
c. waste from street sweeping and emptying of waste bins;
d. waste of any nature or origin, lying on public roads and areas or on private roads and areas otherwise subject to public use or on maritime and lake beaches and on the banks of watercourses;
e. waste from the maintenance of public green areas, such as leaves, grass clippings and tree prunings, as well as waste resulting from the cleaning of markets;
f. waste from cemetery areas, human remain transfers, as well as other waste from cemetery activities other than those mentioned in points 3, 4 and 5. (Simplifying, those resulting from separate and undifferentiated collection)

2) Special waste - Article 183 Legislative Decree 152/06 as amended:
a. waste from agricultural and agro-industrial activities;
b. wastes from demolition, construction, as well as wastes resulting from excavation activities;
c. waste from industrial processing;
d. waste from artisanal processing;
e. waste from commercial activities;
f. waste from service activities;
g. waste from waste recovery and disposal activities, sludge produced from the potabilization and other
water treatment and from wastewater purification and fume abatement;
h. wastes from health care activities, end-of-life vehicles (simplifying, those from different work activities) and in turn divided into Non-hazardous and Hazardous
The organization, with regard to special wastes produced by FBK, is entrusted to the Safety and Prevention Unit
The methods of waste delivery are given in the operations manual at the link
Therefore, whenever you plan or intend to start a process that produces a new waste you must contact the Safety and Prevention Unit


Safety and Prevention service

Paola Villani


0461/ 314 301

Mario Russo

Safety and Prevention Unit Head

0461/ 314 307