Detalle de la notificación

Anteproyecto de Ley de Residuos y Suelos Contaminados.

Número de notificación: 2020/658/E (España )
Fecha de recepción: 20/10/2020
Final del periodo de statu quo: 21/01/2021 ( 21/04/2021)

Envío de observaciones por: Comisión,República Checa,República Checa
Envío de un dictamen razonado por: Portugal
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Mensaje 001

Comunicación de la Comisión - TRIS/(2020) 03804
Directiva (UE) 2015/1535
Notificación - Oznámení - Notifikation - Notifizierung - Teavitamine - Γνωστοποίηση - Notification - Notification - Notifica - Pieteikums - Pranešimas - Bejelentés - Notifika - Kennisgeving - Zawiadomienie - Notificação - Hlásenie-Obvestilo - Ilmoitus - Anmälan - Нотификация : 2020/0658/E - Notificare.

No abre el plazo - Nezahajuje odklady - Fristerne indledes ikke - Kein Fristbeginn - Viivituste perioodi ei avata - Καμμία έναρξη προθεσμίας - Does not open the delays - N'ouvre pas de délais - Non fa decorrere la mora - Neietekmē atlikšanu - Atidėjimai nepradedami - Nem nyitja meg a késéseket - Ma’ jiftaħx il-perijodi ta’ dawmien - Geen termijnbegin - Nie otwiera opóźnień - Não inicia o prazo - Neotvorí oneskorenia - Ne uvaja zamud - Määräaika ei ala tästä - Inleder ingen frist - Не се предвижда период на прекъсване - Nu deschide perioadele de stagnare - Nu deschide perioadele de stagnare.

(MSG: 202003804.ES)

1. Línea de información estructurada
MSG 001 IND 2020 0658 E ES 20-10-2020 E NOTIF


2. Estado miembro
E


3. Servicio responsable
Subdirección General de Asuntos Industriales, Energéticos, de Transportes y Comunicaciones, y de Medio Ambiente.
Dirección General de Coordinación del Mercado Interior y Otras Políticas Comunitarias
Secretaría de Estado para la Unión Europea.
Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Unión Europea y Cooperación


3. Servicio de origen
Dirección General de Calidad y Evaluación Ambiental
Secretaría de Estado de Medio Ambiente
Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico
Pza. San Juan de la Cruz, 10
28071 Madrid


4. Número de notificación
2020/0658/E - X00M


5. Título
Anteproyecto de Ley de Residuos y Suelos Contaminados.


6. Productos afectados
Los productos afectados son determinados productos de plástico de un solo uso recogidos en el Anexo IV del Anteproyecto de Ley, bandejas de plástico que sean envases y no estén afectadas por el anexo IV, productos monodosis de plástico, anillas de plástico que permiten agrupar varios envases individuales, palos de plástico usados en el sector alimentario como soportes de productos (palos de caramelos, de helados y de otros productos), productos fabricados con plástico oxodegradable y productos cosméticos que contengan microesferas de plástico de menos de 5 milímetros añadidas intencionadamente.


7. Notificación efectuada en el marco de otra disposición
- Directiva 94/62/CE en relación con los envases y residuos de envases


8. Contenido principal
El título V del Anteproyecto de Ley está dedicado a los prioductos de plástico de un solo. Se concretan en este título medidas para la reducción del consumo de determinados productos de plástico de un solo uso, mediante objetivos cuantitativos de reducción, mediante medidas de restricción de la introducción en el mercado de otra serie de productos de plástico y de productos que contengan microesferas de plástico, medidas relativas a requisitos de diseño y marcado para una serie de productos, así como medidas de concienciación para informar a los consumidores con el fin de reducir el abandono de basura dispersa. En relación con las botellas de plástico se regulan objetivos de recogida separada en dos horizontes temporales.
Por último, se regula el establecimiento de regímenes de responsabilidad ampliada para determinados productos de plástico, indicándose los costes que los productores de esos productos deberán sufragar.


9. Motivación sucinta
En el marco de la Estrategia Europea para el Plástico en una Economía Circular, se publicó la Directiva (UE) 2019/904 del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo de 5 de junio de 2019 relativa a la reducción del impacto de determinados productos de plástico en el medio ambiente.
Esta directiva se ha convertido en uno de los pilares de la política ambiental de la UE para avanzar hacia un sector del plástico más circular y para luchar contra la contaminación marina causada por los plásticos, especialmente los artículos de plástico de un solo uso.
Con la inclusión del Título V en este Anteproyecto de Ley, se pretende incorporar al ordenamiento jurídico nacional, las disposiciones recogidas en la mencionada Directiva (UE) 2019/904 para progresar en la consecución de sus objetivos.


10. Documentos de referencia; textos de base
Referencias de los textos de base: Directiva (UE) 2019/904 del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 5 de junio de 2019, relativa a la reducción del impacto de determinados productos de plástico en el medio ambiente.

COMUNICACIÓN DE LA COMISIÓN AL PARLAMENTO EUROPEO, AL CONSEJO, AL COMITÉ ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL EUROPEO Y AL COMITÉ DE LAS REGIONES Una estrategia europea para el plástico en una economía circular


11. Recurso al procedimiento de urgencia



12. Motivación de la urgencia
La regulación sobre los productos de plástico de un solo uso objeto de este procedimiento se encuadra dentro del Anteproyecto de Ley de Residuos y Suelos Contaminados, a través del cual también se transpone la Directiva (UE) 2018/851 del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 30 de mayo de 2018, por la que se modifica la Directiva 2008/98/CE sobre los residuos.
El plazo de transposición de esta Directiva 2018/851 ya ha vencido. Por tanto, se solicita la tramitación mediante procedimiento de urgencia para que el Anteproyecto de Ley sea aprobado con la mayor brevedad posible y quede así transpuesta la citada Directiva al ordenamiento jurídico nacional cuanto antes.


13. Confidencialidad
No


14. Medidas fiscales
No


15. Evaluación del impacto
-


16. Aspectos OTC y MSF
Aspecto TBT

No - El proyecto se encuentra en conformidad con una norma internacional

Aspecto SPS

No - El proyecto no es una medida sanitaria ni fitosanitaria



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  ANARPLA on 21-01-2021
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1. R0305 Recycling of organic waste in the manufacture of new products

The establishment of a new R code for the recovery of plastic waste under the proposed legal draft creates an important burden to mechanical recyclers, as it would exclude mechanical recyclers producing products, by specifying that R0305 applies only to pellets (the output of recyclers).

This distinction does not sussist in the WFD, nor in any other MS national legislation and would de facto make of converters waste management operators under R0305. Plastic converters, in fact, producing products from plastic pellets, would be the only responsible for the end-of-waste status for plastics, characterising them as waste management operators, which today is not the case. In line with other contributions, we suggest to the delete the words “granza de” from the below description in Annex II:

R0305 Reciclado de residuos orgánicos en la fabricación de nuevos productos

Instalaciones que fabrican nuevos productos a partir de:

- granza de residuos de plásticos (we propose: residuos de plásticos)

- caucho procedente de neumáticos fuera de uso

- residuos textiles

- residuos de madera, etc.


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  AIJN, the European Fruit Juice Association on 20-01-2021
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 AIJN, the European Fruit Juice Association, wishes to submit comments on the Spanish Preliminary Draft Law on Waste and Contaminated Soil.

 The European Fruit Juices Association aligns in its comments with the reservations provided by EUROPEN, UNESDA, and EFBW. The sector representing the fruit juice producers strongly support the new Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP 2.0) and believe that rigorous enforcement of the EU Internal Market’s principles is essential for the development of fully integrated markets for secondary raw materials and to facilitate economies of scale driving investment and innovation. Specific provisions of the Draft Law, however, risk running counter to these goals.

The differentiated tax treatment on non-reusable plastic packaging, based on the amount of recycled plastic used in the manufacturing process provided that the plastic being recycled originates from Spain (Art. 68), constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, as it is both a measure having an equivalent effect to a customs duty and a measure having an equivalent effect to a quantitative restriction to trade, which is not justified. Additionally, the obligation on producers to appoint an authorized representative to comply with the rules on extended producers responsibility schemes (Art. 37(6)) considerably increases the cost of doing cross-border business and constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, which is not justified.

 

AIJN did not constitute an individual legal analysis accompanying this submission as it aligns with the legal analysis provided by EUROPEN, UNESDA, and EFBW. The submitted analysis concludes that Article 37(6) and Article 68 of the Draft Law are incompatible with EU law.  AIJN, therefore, requests the Commission to adopt a detailed opinion concluding that the notified Draft Law may create customs and quantitative barriers to the free movement of goods that are not justified. By extending the standstill period by six months following the TRIS notification in accordance with Article 6(2) of the TRIS Directive (i.e., three months following the end of the three-month standstill period), this detailed opinion will provide Spain with the opportunity to explain how it intends to address the issues identified above.


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  PlasticsEurope on 20-01-2021
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  The Brewers of Europe on 18-01-2021
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Dear,

The Brewers of Europe believes that there are sufficient grounds for the European Commission to issue a detailed opinion with respect to this draft proposal. 

Please find herewith The Brewers of Europe comments.

Yours sincerely,

The Brewers of Europe


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  PETCORE Europe on 14-01-2021
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  Plastics Recyclers Europe (PRE) on 14-01-2021
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  European Federation of Bottled Waters on 17-12-2020
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EUROPEN, the European Organization for Packaging and the Environment, UNESDA, the European Soft Drinks Industry, and EFBW, the European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW), wish to submit their comments on the Spanish Preliminary Draft Law on Waste and Contaminated Soil.

 

Our organisations strongly support the new Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP 2.0) and believe that a rigorous enforcement of the EU Internal Market’s principles is essential for the development of fully integrated markets for secondary raw materials and to facilitate economies of scale driving investment and innovation. Specific provisions of the Draft Law, however, risk running counter to these goals.

 

The differentiated tax treatment on non-reusable plastic packaging, based on the amount of recycled plastic used in the manufacturing process provided that the plastic being recycled originates from Spain (Art. 68), constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, as it is both a measure having an equivalent effect to a customs duty and a measure having an equivalent effect to a quantitative restriction to trade, which is not justified. Additionally, the obligation on producers to appoint an authorised representative to comply with the rules on extended producers responsibility schemes (Art. 37(6)) considerably increases the cost of doing cross-border business and constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, which is not justified.

 

The legal analysis accompanying this submission concludes that Article 37(6) and Article 68 of the Draft Law are incompatible with EU law.  We therefore request the Commission to adopt a detailed opinion concluding that the notified Draft Law may create customs and quantitative barriers to the free movement of goods that are not justified. By extending the standstill period by six months following the TRIS notification in accordance with Article 6(2) of the TRIS Directive (i.e., three months following the end of the three-month standstill period), this detailed opinion will provide Spain with the opportunity to explain how it intends to address the issues identified above.

 

The full legal analysis is attached below.

 


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  UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe on 17-12-2020
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EUROPEN, the European Organization for Packaging and the Environment, UNESDA, the European Soft Drinks Industry, and EFBW, the European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW), wish to submit their comments on the Spanish Preliminary Draft Law on Waste and Contaminated Soil.

Our organisations strongly support the new Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP 2.0) and believe that a rigorous enforcement of the EU Internal Market’s principles is essential for the development of fully integrated markets for secondary raw materials and to facilitate economies of scale driving investment and innovation. Specific provisions of the Draft Law, however, risk running counter to these goals.

The differentiated tax treatment on non-reusable plastic packaging, based on the amount of recycled plastic used in the manufacturing process provided that the plastic being recycled originates from Spain (Art. 68), constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, as it is both a measure having an equivalent effect to a customs duty and a measure having an equivalent effect to a quantitative restriction to trade, which is not justified. Additionally, the obligation on producers to appoint an authorised representative to comply with the rules on extended producers responsibility schemes (Art. 37(6)) considerably increases the cost of doing cross-border business and constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, which is not justified.

The legal analysis accompanying this submission concludes that Article 37(6) and Article 68 of the Draft Law are incompatible with EU law.  We therefore request the Commission to adopt a detailed opinion concluding that the notified Draft Law may create customs and quantitative barriers to the free movement of goods that are not justified. By extending the standstill period by six months following the TRIS notification in accordance with Article 6(2) of the TRIS Directive (i.e., three months following the end of the three-month standstill period), this detailed opinion will provide Spain with the opportunity to explain how it intends to address the issues identified above.

The full legal analysis can be found attached below.


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  EsPlásticos on 17-12-2020
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  EUROPEN on 17-12-2020
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EUROPEN, the European Organization for Packaging and the Environment, UNESDA, the European Soft Drinks Industry, and EFBW, the European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW), wish to submit their comments on the Spanish Preliminary Draft Law on Waste and Contaminated Soil.

Our organisations strongly support the new Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP 2.0) and believe that a rigorous enforcement of the EU Internal Market’s principles is essential for the development of fully integrated markets for secondary raw materials and to facilitate economies of scale driving investment and innovation. Specific provisions of the Draft Law, however, risk running counter to these goals.

The differentiated tax treatment on non-reusable plastic packaging, based on the amount of recycled plastic used in the manufacturing process provided that the plastic being recycled originates from Spain (Art. 68), constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, as it is both a measure having an equivalent effect to a customs duty and a measure having an equivalent effect to a quantitative restriction to trade, which is not justified. Additionally, the obligation on producers to appoint an authorised representative to comply with the rules on extended producers responsibility schemes (Art. 37(6)) considerably increases the cost of doing cross-border business and constitutes a clear restriction of intra-EU trade, which is not justified.

The legal analysis accompanying this submission concludes that Article 37(6) and Article 68 of the Draft Law are incompatible with EU law.  We therefore request the Commission to adopt a detailed opinion concluding that the notified Draft Law may create customs and quantitative barriers to the free movement of goods that are not justified. By extending the standstill period by six months following the TRIS notification in accordance with Article 6(2) of the TRIS Directive (i.e., three months following the end of the three-month standstill period), this detailed opinion will provide Spain with the opportunity to explain how it intends to address the issues identified above.

The full legal analysis is attached below.


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  Hi-Cone on 11-12-2020
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 Dear Sirs,

Please find attached Hi-Cone's comments on the Spanish Draft Law on Waste and Contaminated Soils (TRIS Notification 2020/658/E).

Yours sincerely,

Candido Garcia Molyneux, on behalf of the company Hi-Cone.

 


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  EuPC on 04-12-2020
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 Please find attached a letter from EuPC.