Zero waste certificateIt can be obtained by the buildings and campuses and local administrations that establish and operate the zero waste management system and want to certify this work.
In order to issue the zero waste certificate, Zero Waste Regulation within Environment and Urbanization Provincial Directorates has been authorized.
Zero waste certificate, basic, silver, gold and platinum organized at four levels. Buildings and campuses and local administrations responsible for establishing a zero waste management system zero waste certificate at the basic level in the first stage liable to take.
Applications to obtain the zero waste certificate Zero Waste Information System done over. To access the Zero Waste Information System, first Integrated Environmental Information SystemIt is necessary to register to.
How to Register for the Integrated Environmental Information System?
You must log in with your e-government password on the citizen login screen. Institutions without tax numbers must be added as facilities.
Login with the e-government password must be made by the head of the institution. In case of more than one institution at the same address ALO 181 Calling the National Address Database code for multiple use should be requested.
After filling the form created from the system, it is sent to the provincial directorate. After being approved by the provincial directorate, it is possible to log in to the system.
Zero Waste Information SystemAfter registering through the Integrated Environmental Information System, direct access can be achieved with e-government passwords.
How to Get a Basic Level Zero Waste Certificate?
During the application made through the Zero Waste Information System, it is obligatory to submit the requested information and documents regarding the established system. All written and visual documents requested for this information and documents are uploaded to the Zero Waste Information System by the applicant. Additional information and documents may be requested if deemed necessary.
The application is made by the provincial directorate through the Zero Waste Information System. thirty calendar days evaluated in. If deemed necessary, on-site inspections are made.
In case of any deficiencies during the application, the deficiencies are notified to the applicant by the provincial directorate. Deficiencies, from the date of notification thirty calendar days completed in zero waste information system is required to be submitted.
The application, whose deficiencies are completed, is evaluated by the provincial directorate within thirty calendar days. If the application is not found appropriate or if the deficiencies are completed and submitted through the zero waste information system within the specified time, the zero waste document application will be rejected.
As a result of the evaluation of the application by the provincial directorate, Zero Waste Regulation Annex-3to the places where it is determined that they meet the criteria in . basic zero waste certificate is regulated.
How to Get Silver, Gold, Platinum Zero Waste Certificate?
From places with a basic level of zero waste certificate; Provincial municipalities and district municipalities with a population of over fifty thousand, organized industrial zones, shopping malls, airports, train and bus terminals, ports and businesses with 50 rooms or more accommodation capacity Silver, gold or platinum is obliged to obtain a zero waste certificate.
The said places with obligations, following the receipt of the zero waste certificate at the basic level, after twelve months apply for a silver, gold or platinum zero waste certificate.
Other locations with a basic zero waste certificate can apply for a silver, gold or platinum zero waste certificate if they request it.
Based on one year of work, within thirty calendar days following the completion of the twelve-month period following the receipt of the basic level zero waste certificate Zero Waste Regulation Annex-4 They have to apply by uploading the information and documents based on the scoring criteria determined in line with the zero waste information system.
Other places can apply for these documents upon request.
In order to evaluate the applications made from the staff of at least three provincial directorates A commission is formed. The information and documents submitted through the zero waste information system regarding the criteria for scoring by the Commission are examined within thirty calendar days and the suitability of the application is evaluated.
Applications that are not found appropriate as a result of the evaluation are returned through the zero waste information system.
If the application is found appropriate, the applicant is informed and an on-site examination is carried out on the date determined by the commission within thirty calendar days. During the on-site inspection, a presentation is made to the commission members regarding the studies based on the scoring criteria.
Scoring is made as a result of on-site inspection by the members of the commission. If it is determined that the required score for any of the silver, gold, platinum zero waste certificate levels is not met, the applicant is informed that it must be done.
It is obligatory to submit the improvements made by the applicant through the zero waste information system within thirty calendar days from the date of notification. The improvements presented are evaluated by the commission over the zero waste information system within thirty calendar days. If deemed necessary, on-site inspections are made. If, as a result of the evaluation, it is determined that the required score for any of the three levels is not met, the application is returned.
If the score made by the commission is sufficient to obtain a certificate, a silver, gold or platinum zero waste certificate is issued according to the score obtained.
If the document level is requested to be increased, the required information and documents for scoring are transferred to the zero waste information system by the requester, and a new record is created and the document process defined in this paragraph starts again. If it is found appropriate as a result of the evaluation, the level of the certificate is raised and a zero waste certificate suitable for the new level is issued.
For How Many Years Is The Zero Waste Certificate Valid?
Zero waste certificates are valid for five years. The places that are obliged to obtain a certificate apply for the renewal of the certificate three months before the validity period of the certificate expires and the certificate process starts again.
The price to be paid for issuing a zero waste certificate, increasing its level, renewing and updating it every year environment and urban ministry determined by.