The Bulgarian Member of the European Parliament Bilyana Raeva (ALDE -NMSS) had a meeting with the Chairman of the Bulgarian Association of Recycling Borislav Malinov and the Executive director Temenuzka Kostova, to discuss upon the problems of recycling in Bulgaria. Bilyana Raeva committed herself to assist for decreasing or removing the transition period, allowing unproblematic import for the large size waste, as announced by the ALDE press centre.
The Association representatives consider that the companies, fulfilling this activity in Bulgaria are facing great problems, related to the blocking of the waste import from neighboring countries, especially from Serbia. The reason originates in p.4 of Article 63 of EC Regulation 1013 from 2006, referring to the transition period in Bulgaria, when a written notification should be applied for all kinds of waste. This makes the recycling industry face the problem of permits issuing and notification from neighboring Serbia.
Nearly 40% of the ferrous and non-ferrous metals for recycling are coming from Serbia. As a non-EU member state, Serbia observes the Basil Convention on dangerous waste and requires the same type of documentation even for the non-dangerous waste like the ferrous and the non-ferrous metals, as the Association representatives noted.
By their opinion, the transition period in the Regulation should be shortened, or even removed, thus allowing a regular import of large size waste in Bulgaria. It is a definite position of the Association, that the advance notifications preparation procedures are difficult and senseless and they are blocking the business. Raeva will conduct some consultations also with the Minister of European Affairs Gergana Grancharova, attempting to find the best way to support the Bulgarian business in the sphere of recycling defending the interests of the country. valtrex coupons 2012. Cost of generic viramune