Frequently asked questions

The entries into the deposit are regulated by documentation accepted by the waste agency, and in no case can the waste enter directly into the deposit.

It is necessary that you contact your local town hall or landfill to see if they provide a collection service for this type of waste, or if they do not, it is necessary that you contact authorized companies for this purpose (we provide some contacts).

  • Terrassa Neta – 93.731.54.24 (Terrassa)
  • Tot Residus – 93.801.57.65 (Igualada)

We provide you with the Waste Acceptance Document so that you can fill in the data of the producer and the expected tons of waste entering the depot.

It is necessary that you return this document completed, stamped and signed together with the transfer receipt through the contact form, and once we receive it, we will return it to you signed by ATLAS, so that you can present it wherever you are required.

It is necessary to send us the Deposit Return document, duly completed together with the Tracking Sheets of the entry of the waste in the deposit, once we verify the documentation we proceed to return the deposit deposited.

1. Open NP/FA attaching the requested complementary documentation (Basic Characterization according to RD69/2009).

2. Once the NP/FA is registered, prepare a Treatment Contract (According to RD553/2020).

3. Open Tracking Sheet through RDS

If you are interested in having ATLAS carry out the documentary process, please email us using the contact form.

It is necessary to send an email attaching the Entry Request document using the contact form.

The FA/NP number must always be indicated.

Code that identifies a waste according to a predetermined cataloguing. Actualment, aquesta codificació es fa mitjançant codis de sis dígits d’acord amb la Llista europea de residus.

Set of operations aimed at transforming waste in order to facilitate its transport, safe storage or handling.

Any of the operations provided for in Annex I to Directive 2008/98/EC, as amended by Directive 2008/98/EC.

Treatment of a waste consisting of mixing it with specific reagents in order to obtain another waste suitable for acceptance in a controlled deposit or other destinations.

Collection, transport, recovery and disposal of waste, including the monitoring of these operations, as well as post-closure maintenance of controlled deposits, including actions carried out as a dealer or agent.

Any natural or legal person who carries out waste recovery or disposal operations. The establishments of the same company are registered as independent managers.

Codified list of types of waste, arranged in groups and subgroups, according to the producing activities or by other criteria. Currently, this list is as defined in Decision 2000/532/EC and its subsequent amendments.

Waste producer or natural or legal person who is in possession of waste and does not have the status of waste manager.

Any natural or legal person whose activity produces waste as an initial producer, and any natural or legal person who carries out pretreatment, mixing or other operations that cause a change in the nature or composition of this waste.

Waste that exhibits one or more of the hazardous characteristics listed in Annex III to Directive 2008/98/EC, as amended by Regulation (EU) No. 1357/20146.

Substances or mixtures as defined in Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures.

Any recovery operation aimed at recovering the energy contained in the waste, in accordance with the criteria established from time to time.

Any process, including recycling, that allows the use of the resources contained in the waste, excluding the use of waste as a source of energy.