The ultimate purpose of the preliminary soil status report or IPS is to assess the possibility that significant contamination has occurred or will occur in the soil on which any of the company's activities are based or have been based that is potentially soil contaminating.
The periodic progress report is a report with the same characteristics as the previous one that is carried out every 10 years from the presentation of the preliminary progress report.
What kind of companies have to do the preliminary situation report?
Activities listed in Annex I of Royal Decree 9/2005, of 14 January, which establishes the list of potentially soil-polluting activities and the criteria and standards for the declaration of contaminated soils.
Companies that produce, handle or store more than 10 tonnes per year of one or more of the substances included in Royal Decree 363/1995, of 10th March, which approves the Regulation on the notification of new substances and the classification, packaging and labelling of hazardous substances, and the storage of fuel for own use according to Royal Decree 1523/1999, of 1 October, amending the Petroleum Facilities Regulations, approved by Royal Decree 2085/1994 of 20 October, and the supplementary technical instructions MI-IP03, approved by Royal Decree 1427/1997 of 15 September, and MI-IP04, approved by Royal Decree 2201/1995 of 28 December, with average annual consumption exceeding 300.000 litres and with a total storage volume of 50,000 litres or more.
What is the content of the report?
The preliminary soil situation report must include at least the following data:
General data on the activity.
Materials consumed (raw materials, secondary and auxiliary) of a hazardous nature.
Intermediate or final products of a hazardous nature.
Waste or by-products generated.
How does TMI do the process?
1. Visit to the facilities for data collection.
2. Advice on the conditioning of the ship.
3. Preparation of all necessary technical documentation.
4.Preparation of the report forms.
5. Report writing.
6. Preparation of plans.
7. Presentation of the report to the competent Administration.
Why is it important?
The holders of the activities listed in Annex I are obliged to send the preliminary situation report and periodic situation reports to the competent body of the corresponding Autonomous Community.
Infringements committed against the provisions of the Royal Decree will be subject to the system of sanctions regulated by Law 10/1998, of 21 April, on Waste, without prejudice to any civil, criminal or other responsibilities that may arise.
Why do it with us?
For speed, our experience is a guarantee that the project will not be delayed in time.
Because of our professionalism, we are a company with extensive experience and our technicians are specialists in the development of this type of project
For commitment to our client, TMI, will attend to any questions or doubts about the report, even if it has already been completed.