| WASTE PAPER AND CARDBOARD || - is waste of paper and cardboard production and products of paper and cardboard; waste of incoming components from production of books, newspapers, and printed matter, faulty products; waste of end products of production of books, newspapers, etc. - faulty products; books, newspapers, paper articles of stationery being foul and polluted. |
| SECONDARY POLYMERIC RAW MATERIALS || - is waste of the end products of plastic production in primary forms; faulty products; waste of end products of artificial fibers production, substandard artificial fibers; used small plastic containers; foul plastic inserts, foul plastics and decorative films, plastic component part, which can not be used for their intended purpose; waste of plastic goods production; mixture of waste, materials and products from other plastics not subject to special treatment. |
| SECONDARY TEXTILE MATERIALS || - is waste of the end products of textile fabric production (faulty products); waste of materials cutting; waste of the ready-made textile products, except for clothes (faulty products); waste of carpet and rug production (faulty roducts). |
| LEATHER WASTE || - is waste of ready-made products of leather garments production (leather cuts, faulty products); waste of end products of leather production (faulty products); waste of production and technological production of traveling bags, suitcases, handbags, similar products, harness, saddle, footwear (faulty products); waste of production and technological production of leather - edges from animal skins contouring. |
| WORN TIRES || - are tires being faulty prior to operation, scrap, damaged and contaminated during operation (including tires with steel cord). |
| CRUSHED GLASS || - is used glass containers and crushed glass (except for containers waste that emerged during transportation and pharmaceutical packaging). The glass that emerged during glass cutting and the broken porcelain are not taken into account. |
| PYRITE CINDER || - is the product of primary components produced during mineral processing for the chemical industry, slag production (non-agglomerated substandard iron pyrites );|
extracted as a by-product from chemicals production inorganic form (pyrites)).
| BLAST FURNACE SLAGS || - are non-granulated and granulated blast furnace slag for the production of aluminous concrete, composite cement other, Slag blast granular for construction, Blast furnace slag is a waste of metallurgical industry which can be used in production technology of concretes and mortars |
| ASH AND SLAG WASTES || - are by-products generated from incineration during the operation of thermal power plants.|
residious of the pyrolysis process (during incineration for municipal solid waste).
| COAL-MINING AND COAL-ENRICHMENT WASTES || - are industrial and technological wastes from coal mining and concentrating; other defective products.
Includes sludge and "tailings" from the concentrating factories. |
| CONSTRUCTION WASTE
|| - concrete and ferro-concrete - concrete commodity standard;concrete wall products, pillars, concrete tiles are spoiled, contaminated or unidentified, which can not be used according to purpose; constructions of ferro-concrete damaged (spoiled), unidentified.
| LIMESTONE WASTE/ RESIDUES
|| - residuals (dust, crumbs, fragments) the dimension of granite in quarries;
| LIMESTONE-SULFUR WASTE
|| - limestone discharge, including sulfur-limestone and magnesium-limestone.
|| - wastes (rocks, earth) formed during stripping in the process of creation of mines, building stone extraction, residues (dusts, crumbs) quarried from a slate quarries, industrial and technological wastes after preparing gravel, sands, clay, kaolin (mining and smelting waste).
| USED STEEL WIRE ROPES (CORDAGE)
|| - vehicles-related finished waste
| BAST FIBERS
|| - vegetable raw materials which are used in textile production, substandard |
| SUGAR BEET-PULP
|| - industrial and technological wastes (by-products) generated from the sugar industry.
| DISTILLERS DRIED GRAIN-POTATO
|| - wastes obtained after the manufacture of alcohol.
| DEFECAT ( DEFECATION MUD)
|| - industrial and technological wastes containing lime generated from the sugar industry. |
| MILK WHEY
|| - dairy and ice cream production waste, condensed whey, cull |
| BREWER'S SPENT GRAIN
|| - industrial and technological wastes of the beverages/brewing industry. |
| WOOD WASTES
|| - industrial and technological wastes from the manufacture of products of wood; manufacture of articles of cork, straw, and other materials. |
| RUBBER WASTES
|| - used articles of rubber and rubber materials(components). |
| CEREAL WASTES
|| - waste from final cereal production, processed cereal products: grain cereals are substandard (damaged and dead grain, spoiled, damaged during processing), husks, chaff, and foreign material (residues). Cereal bran is not included.
|| - wastes from phosphorus processing; wastes from the production of normal and conditioned phosphogypsum; the phosphogypsum is in poor condition. |
| SLAGS FROM SMELTING/FURNACE SLAGS || - are a by-products from ferrous and non-ferrous metal casting industries
| SAND AND COPPER MOLD CASTING
|| - wastes from foundry production of ferrous and non-ferrous metals; developed molding sands based on furan resins and their mixtures; molding mixtures based on copper, used. |
| APPLE POMACE
|| - industrial and technological wastes obtained during beverages and vegetable, fruit juices processing. |
| GENERATED SECONDARY RAW MATERIALS AND WASTES
|| - volume of secondary raw materials and waste produced by businesses |
| EMISSIONS OF POLLUTANTS INTO THE OPEN AIR BY FIXED (STATIONARY) SOURCES OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION || - is the total amount of contaminants/pollutants emitted into the air basin from stationary emission sources both after passing dust treatment plants as a result of incomplete capturing and purification on organized polluters, and without purification out of organized and unorganized polluters. |
| AIR POLLUTANTS || - are defined as the present or introduced to the atmosphere of chemicals or organic origin substances, both directly and indirectly have harmful impacts on the environment and to humans. |
| WASTE || - any substances, materials and objects which were formed in production process or consumption and also goods (products) that have completely or partially lost their original properties and have further use in the place no their education or identification and of which their owner will get rid, intends or shall get rid by recycling or removal. |
| HAZARDOUS WASTE || - the waste having such physical, chemical, biological or other hazardous properties which create or may pose significant danger to the environment and human health and which require special methods and means of treatment.
| WASTE RECYCLING || - use of waste as secondary material or energy resources |
| INCINERATION || - is controlled process burning solid, liquid or gaseous waste at high temperatures.
| WASTE TREATMENT || - the actions and measures aimed at the prevention of the generation of waste, transport, storage, processing, recycling and final disposal, removal, including the supervision of these operations and landfills.
| EXPENDITURES FOR MAJOR REPAIRS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSETS
|| - are the expense in the period incurred to upgrade assets, which leads to an increase in future economic benefits, primarily from the facility using (sustain physical assets), and the amount of which increases the original cost of assets.
| EXPENDITURES ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION || - are actual are outlays aimed at the prevention, reduction and treatment of pollution, as well as costs elimination of pollution and any other degradation of the environment or compensation for environmental damage.
| EXPENDITURE ON ENVIRONMENTAL MEASURES || - are capital investments and current expenditures related to certain activities and technical measures, breakdown of environmental protection expenditure. |
| CURRENT EXPENDITURE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
|| - are costs incurred for the maintenance (maintenance and operation) of the facility (environmental protection fixed assets) in a working condition and are part of the costs of the current period.
| CAPITAL INVESTMENT ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION || - is the acquisition of new or used or own manufactured tangible and intangible assets, the repair and upgrade costs, toward to protect the environment.
| SPECIALLY DESIGNATED PLACES OR FACILITIES || - are plots specially designed for waste accumulation and/or permanent storage for using which a permission from the specially authorized bodies in waste management has been obtained