Tidiness and order

Tidiness and order are prerequisites for safe work. Once the work is completed, the contractor must remove from the work site all temporary structures and scaffolding, installation equipment and waste and leave the area in a safe state.

Waste management

The party carrying out the work is responsible for waste sorting and for taking it to the collection point. The work is ready when the final clean-up of the work site is completed.

Hazardous waste must be separated from other materials to avoid safety risks and the contamination of the other materials so that they become unusable.

Waste that can be used as material:

  • paper
  • clean cardboard
  • metals
  • glass

Energy material:

  • clean energy fraction
  • energy fraction

Other fractions:

  • biowaste

Landfill fractions:

  • material that is not suitable for the previous fractions

Hazardous waste is separated, marked and packaged appropriately and carefully.

Why sorting is worthwhile?

  • Waste in the wrong place can cause chemical reactions
  • Saves the environment
  • Material can be reused
  • Waste can be processed into energy
  • Makes economic sense

For the duration of shutdowns, the number of collection bins and pallets will be increased as needed and they will be emptied more frequently. The locations of additional pallets will be revealed before the work is begun by the contractor at each work site.

If the clean up has to be performed by the orderer after the subcontractor, the subcontractor will be sent an invoice for the clean-up in question.