From January 12, the SENT monitoring system will be extended to other types of waste such as paints, varnishes, solvents and adhesives – reminds the Ministry of Finance. The ICT system SENT (Electronic Transport Supervision System) is used by the National Tax Administration to monitor the road and rail transport of “sensitive goods” and the trade in heating fuels.
The Ministry reminded that on January 12, a regulation introducing a new group of goods (waste) subject to SENT monitoring will come into force.
The list of goods covered by SENT has been extended
It was explained that from that date the list of waste covered by the SENT transport and trade monitoring system will be extended, among others: about paints, varnishes, solvents and adhesives. This concerns the transport of 11 types of waste – carried out pursuant to Art. 5 of the Act on the monitoring system for the transport of goods by road and rail and the trade in heating fuels, in the case of which the gross weight of the shipment is equal to or exceeds 1,000 kg or its volume is equal to or exceeds 1,000 liters. “The goods that will be covered by SENT are listed in the annex to the regulation of the Minister of Climate of January 2, 2020 on the waste catalogue,” the ministry recalled.
It was added that consigning entities – obliged to report the transport of these goods to the SENT register – should register an account on the PUESC Platform at the advanced (extended) level. The Ministry of Finance also indicated that the existing provisions of the Regulation of the Minister of Finance of April 25, 2022 on goods whose transport is covered by the system for monitoring the transport of goods by road and rail and trade in fuel fuels regarding waste subject to the obligation to report to the SENT register, which are subject to the provisions of Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2006 on shipments of waste.
The ICT system SENT (Electronic Transport Supervision System) is used by the National Tax Administration to monitor road and rail transport of the so-called “sensitive goods” and trading in heating fuels. The SENT system monitors: transport and turnover of goods starting and ending in the territory of Poland and outside the territory of Poland, transport and turnover of goods starting and ending outside the territory of Poland, transport of goods starting outside the territory of Poland and ending in the territory of Poland.
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