Waste management

According to the Ordinance on Evidence for Disposal of Waste, the electronic waste record procedure (eANV) has been the mandatory procedure for waste records for (hazardous) waste that has to be verified for waste producers, disposers, transporters and the responsible authorities since April 1, 2010. The next step took place on February 1, 2011 - since then, the use of the electronic signature instead of the written signature has been mandatory for everyone involved in the process.

Components of the eANV

  • The electronic proof of disposal
  • The electronic consignment note
  • Electronic registry management
  • The electronic signature

BMU-XML-Data interface

The realization is based on the definition of a XML-Interface based on standards established by the international Internet community as part of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) are set on. The BMU-Data interface based on the XML-Formats, as a universal exchange format, defines the common language of the various application systems in the electronic waste record procedure.

Sign Live! CC supports the XML-Signature (XML-DSig and XadES) and eANV-XML-Signature according to BMU-Specification.

Figure ZKS waste from guidelines for the introduction of the eANV for SMEs of the BMU

Central Coordination Office (ZKSWaste) as the focal point

To simplify data transmission, the 16 federal states provide the joint ZKS-Waste ready. Essential component of the ZKS-Waste is the virtual post office (VPS). This provides secure electronic mailboxes in which the various parties involved can post their documents. The recipients can then access this from their mailbox.

Guide of the BMU

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