In the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 129 of 21 February 2014 was published the Order of the Minister of environment and climate change no. 192/2014, amending the Order of the Minister of Environment and Water Management no. 578/2006, approving the methodology for calculating contributions and fees payable to the Environment Fund.
The methodology aims to establish a consistent and documented method of calculating contributions and fees provided by GEO. 196/2005 regarding the Environmental Fund.
The methodology shall be applied by taxpayers, individuals and legal entities that owe contributions to the Environment Fund, provided by GEO. 196/2005.
The normative act details the method of calculating the following contributions:
– Contribution of 3% of the proceeds from the sale metallic waste, ferrous and non-ferrous;
– Fees for emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere, owed by economic operators, holders of stationary sources whose use affects environmental factors;
– Fees charged by from the owners or, where appropriate, administrators of harmless, inert waste landfill, entrusted by third parties to final disposal by storage;
– Contribution owed by economic operators who place on the national marketing packaged goods and economic operators who rent, in any form, professionally packaging;
– Contribution of 2% of the substances classified by normative acts as dangerous to the environment, placed on the market by the economic operators;
– Contribution of 2% of the proceeds from the sale of wood and / or wood materials obtained by the administrator, respectively the forest owner;
– Contribution owed by economic operators who place on the national marketing new tires and / or used ones for re-use;
– Contribution of 3% of the amount that is charged annually for the management of the hunting funds;
– Contribution owed by the territorial administrative units in case of failing to achieve the annual target of reducing by 15% the amount of waste disposed of in landfills of municipal and similar wastes collected through the public sanitation service.
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