NORMES et CERTIFICATIONS ENVIRONNEMENTALES EN VIGUEUR

ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS and CERTIFICATIONS IN FORCE

Storage, use, preparation, management of phytopharmaceutical, wine-growing and hydrocarbon effluents.

Oceania ENVIRONMENT will advise you via a free pre-audit on site of your installation - so that you are in compliance with the regulations according to the regulations in force and also your existing one (if there is one) - your needs, your constraints , your budget.

What are the Certifications/standards in force in the environmental field for the protection of water, soil with respect to phytopharmaceuticals from:

    • either the washing of machines, sprayers, (management of viticultural, wine-growing effluents, greases, hydrocarbons)

    • either/and during filling or handling (preparation of mixtures, accidental pollution)

    • standards must also be respected in terms of storage, user protection, etc.

TO GO TO THE ESSENTIAL:

What are the key points of an inspection?

TO READ ; inspection methods for users of phytopharmaceuticals- (source Ministry of Agriculture and Food-01-04-2021).

We recommend these 2 excellent articles written by the Aude Chamber of Agriculture:

What are the standards to be respected for your protection during the different phases of use of plant protection products:

For further :

By clicking on each of the environmental standards/laws/certifications below, you will access the corresponding sites with the up-to-date texts (subject to recent updates).

 

Main regulations on washing water for plant protection product treatment equipment

    • The washing water from plant protection product treatment equipment is classified as dangerous for the environment.

    • Indeed, the concentration of toxic products is still high in these waters and they cannot therefore be discharged directly into the environment.

    • The order of 4 May 2017 , relating to the marketing and use of these products, sets the rules for managing these phytosanitary effluents.

    • This often requires adjustments to be made within the farm to bring it up to standard.

    • It is possible to manage all the effluents on the plot, but it is often more practical to carry out the washing of the equipment on the farm in a sealed area allowing the specific collection of water.

    • These phytosanitary effluents, once collected, must be treated by one of the systems approved by the ministry.

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