Statements First Quarter: DARI, DAE, PEP, PRTR and PDG

During the first quarter of each year, the deadline for the submission of various declarations of obligatory delivery to the administration opens.

Depending on the classification and the degree of potential impact on your company's environment, you may have to submit some or all of the following formalities before the 31 March deadline

What are these formalities and what do you have to submit?
- Annual Declaration of Industrial Waste (DARI)
You must submit this if you have an industrial activity and manufacturing processes, or a commercial or service activity that generates more than 10 tonnes/year of hazardous waste. This declaration includes the data on waste generated during a year by each production centre.

- Annual Declaration of Industrial Waste for Managers (DARIG)
Companies authorised as waste managers are obliged to submit this declaration. They must declare the data on waste managed and produced by their activity.

As a new feature this year, waste managers who have managed WEEE waste in 2015 must submit a DARIG-RAEE annex.

- Annual Packaging Declaration (DAE) 
Companies that place packaging on the market must report the total amount of packaging and packaged products.

Those companies that are members of an IMS (Integrated Management System) must submit the data through this system before 28 February.

- Packaging Prevention Plan (PEP) 
This must be submitted by those companies that exceed the quantities of packaging placed on the market, as established in article 3 of Royal Decree 782/1998. The PEP is valid for 3 years, but a Monitoring Report must be submitted annually.

- European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR) 
The activities affected are those included in Annex I of Royal Decree 508/2007. These activities must declare data on emissions to air, water, soil and waste generation.

- Solvent Management Plan (PDG)
This is submitted by those companies affected by RD 117/2003, which exceed the thresholds set out therein. Data on solvent consumption and emissions of volatile organic compounds are provided.

If you have any doubts or need help to carry out the procedures, please contact us.