NISW must be identified and classified from hazardous waste. If NISW cannot be classified, it must be managed in accordance with hazardous waste regulations. Hanging a sign at the NISW storage area, the content of the sign suggests: "STORAGE AREA FOR RECYCLED INDUSTRIAL WASTE"; “STORAGE AREA FOR INDUSTRIAL WASTE”; “STORAGE AREA FOR CONSTRUCTION WASTE",...
Including: all kinds of fabric waste from garment processing, leather shoes, backpack, bag; paper, nylon, rubber, plastic, metal, glass, ...
The facility reuses, recycles, or transfers it to a unit having the function of trading and recycling scrap.
Reusing, direct using, treating the normal industrial solid waste
Remaining waste: sign a transfer contract to a unit with the function of transporting and treating waste.
It is not required to build in the form of a warehouse but it must meet the following regulations:
Waste source owner transfers NISW to the following entities:
General integration in the periodic report on environmental protection (report period is from 01/01 to 31/12, and report is sent to management agencies before 05/01 of the following year).