Recycling yards – Scrap yards
The large number of waste code numbers and their composition (mixtures) means that many waste materials are classified as generally hazardous to water under the Waste Catalogue Ordinance (AVV). In order to protect soil, water and air, these special circumstances must be taken into account in the recycling industry.
In principle, the wastewater system must meet the requirements of the AwSV and be designed in accordance with the TRwS (Technical Rules for Substances Hazardous to Water) in order to be able to exclude contamination of the subsoil. (Protected property soil).
TRwS DWA -A 779 (Technical Rules for Substances Hazardous to Water – General Technical Regulations) states:
„Plant components must be sufficiently resistant and tight against the expected mechanical, physical, chemical and thermal influences. Resistance must be demonstrated for the intended service life!”
The risk assessment is always based on a “worst-case” scenario, i.e. on the worst possible pollution load – the so-called “concern principle”. For conventional rubber-sealed pipe connections of rainwater and wastewater pipes, no verification according to DWA-A 779 can be performed due to the hardly classifiable pollutants.
SABUG offers recycling and disposal companies a complete system for professional, AwSV-compliant rainwater and wastewater disposal from PP.