Demolition inventory / Demolition follow-up plan
The new VLAREMA 6 has been in effect since 5 March 2018. This new law significantly affects the demolition or disassembly of buildings and infrastructure, and the processing of the demolition materials. For example, it introduced a quality assurance system for sorting facilities for construction and demolition waste, and waste materials that are used as raw materials. In addition, the demolition inventory was replaced by the demolition follow-up plan.
The demolition inventory is a list of all the expected waste materials in planned demolition works. The inventory not only indicates which materials will be released per waste category, it also contains information about the expected quantities and where are located. The demolition inventory as part of certain demolition and renovation work has been legally required in Flanders since May 2009, and is seen as an important instrument to improve the policy on waste and materials in Flanders.
Drawing up a demolition follow-up plan is the first step in the traceability procedure, and is required if an accredited demolition management organisation is preferred for the removal of the selectively collected demolition material, in order to reduce the environmental risk profile of the demolition material. The purpose of the demolition follow-up plan is to provide a list of all expected waste materials from the planned demolition, and to formulate recommendations for selective demolition. The following traceability procedure can be based on an approved demolition follow-up plan.
Envicas is registered as a Tracimat expert, and can assist you with drawing up the demolition plan and the further follow-up of the project.