GB 34330-2017 English PDF (GB34330-2017)
GB 34330-2017 English PDF (GB34330-2017)
GB 34330-2017: Identification standards for solid wastes -- General rules
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Identification standards for solid wastes -
ISSUED ON. AUGUST 31, 2017
IMPLEMENTED ON. OCTOBER 1, 2017
Issued by. Ministry of Environmental Protection of the PEOPLE Republic of China;
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine of the PEOPLE Republic of China.
Table of Contents
Foreword . 3
1 Scope of application . 4
2 Normative references .. 4
3 Terms and definitions .. 4
4 Identification for the solid waste based on the source . 5
5 Identification for the solid waste during the process of utilization and disposal .. 9
6 The substances which are not subject to solid waste management . 10
7 The substances which are not subject to liquid waste management .. 11 8 Implementation and supervision .. 11
Identification standards for solid wastes
- General rules
1 Scope of application
This Standard specifies the identification criteria for the solid waste based on the source; the identification criteria for the solid waste during the process of utilization and disposal; the management requirements for substances which are not managed as the solid waste AND the substances which are not managed as the liquid waste AND the supervision. This Standard is applicable to the solid waste identification for the substances (or materials) and articles (including products, commodities) (hereinafter referred to as substances). Identification of liquid waste is applicable to this Standard.
This Standard is not applicable to the identification of the radioactive wastes. This Standard is not applicable to the classification of the solid waste. For the solid waste identification of the substances with special solid-waste identification standards, they are not applicable to this Standard.
2 Normative references
The following documents contain the provisions which, through reference in this Standard, become the provisions of this Standard. For undated reference documents, the latest versions apply to this Standard.
GB 18599 Standard for pollution on the storage and disposal site for general industrial solid waste
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions are applicable to this Standard.
3.1 Solid wastes
It refers to the solid, semi-solid and container-placed gaseous articles and substances that lose the original utilization value or not lose the utilization value but are discarded or given h) The recovered dust or powder which cannot be directly used as the product or raw material, or used as the on-site return materials, which are generated during the process and treatment, such as the material?€?s crushing, shatter, sieving, grinding, cutting and packaging, etc.;
i) waste materials, residual substances and other building wastes generated during construction and operation of buildings and works;
j) animal feces, disease animal bodies, etc. produced during the process of livestock and poultry and aquaculture;
k) agricultural wastes such as crop straws, plant leaves and the like generated during agricultural production;
l) Laboratory waste materials such as teaching, scientific research, production, medical treatment and other laboratory waste materials;
m) by-products produced during other production processes.
4.3 The substances which are generated during the process of environmental governance and pollution control include the following categories.
a) Flue gas, and the smoke dust and dust which are collected during the process of exhaust gas purification and dust removal, including fly ash;
b) The desulfurization gypsum which is generated by flue gas desulfurization, and the waste denitrification catalyst which is generated by flue gas denitrification; c) Coal tar generated by gas purification;
d) By-product sulfuric acid or hydrochloric acid which are generated during the process of flue gas purification;
e) Sludge and other waste materials which are generated by water purification and waste water treatment;
f) The concentrated liquid which is generated by the treatment of waste water or waste liquid (including the leachate which is generated by the solid waste?€?s landfill); g) The sludge of septic tank and toilet stool;
h) The ashes, such as the fly ash and bottom slags, etc. which are generated by the incinerator of solid waste;
i) Residual substances which are generated during the process of compost production; j) The plant branches and leaves which are generated during the cleanup of the c) Landfill disposal;
d) Dumping and stacking;
e) Other disposal methods which are identified by the Administrative Department of Environmental Protection of the State Council.
5.2 For the products which are generated by the solid waste, and which meet the following conditions at the same time, they shall not be subject to solid waste management; they shall be subject to the corresponding product management (except for the ones which perform the utilization or disposal according to the Clause 5.1).
a) Meet the products?€? quality standards of the substituted raw material production which is formulated by the country or the locality, or is circulated commonly in the industry; b) Meet the relevant national pollutant emission (control) standard or the requirements of technical specifications, including the limits of the hazardous substances which are discharged into the environment during the production of this product, and the limits of content of hazardous substances in this product;
When there is no National Pollution Control Standards or Technical Specifications, the content of the harmful ingredients which are contained in this product shall not be higher than that in the product which are produced by the substituted raw material; and in the production process of this product, the concentration of the harmful substances which are discharged into the environment shall not be higher than that from the process of the products?€? production which use the substituted raw materials; when there is no substituted raw material, this condition shall not be considered; c) Have stable and reasonable market demands.
6 The substances which are not subject to solid waste
6.1 The following substances shall not be subject to solid waste management. a) All the substances which can be used as their original uses without the requirement of repair and processing; or the substances which meet the products?€? quality standards which are formulated by the country or the locality or are circulated commonly in the industry, and which are used as their original use, after the repairmen and processing at the generate-points;
b) The substance which can directly return to the original production process on the spot, or which can return to its generating process without going through the storage