How to report information on hazardous waste to the Waste Registry in Sweden

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Businesses must report recorded information on hazardous waste to the Waste Registry at the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.

Businesses who produces hazardous waste, transports hazardous waste, receives hazardous waste in collection operations, broker or deal in hazardous waste and/or treats hazardous waste and other waste must report information to the Waste Registry in Sweden.

How to report information

You can choose to report information either through the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency's e-service or via API.

Information to be provided in accordance with Swedish legislation

The information to be submitted to the Waste Registry in Sweden is provided by the sixth chapter of the Waste Ordinance and the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency's regulations in this area.

Waste Ordinance (SFS 2020: 614) (in Swedish)

The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency's regulations (NFS 2020: 5) on the obligation to note and report and submit information on hazardous waste to the Waste registry

The Swedish legislation is an implementation of the EU's amended waste directive (2018/C 124/01).

More information

Guidance on reporting information on hazardous waste in Sweden

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