- Human remains were found during the excavation.
- The anthropologist is piecing together pottery shards she unearthed at the excavation site.
- Excavation voids
- wastes from mineral excavation
- wastes from mineral metalliferous excavation
- wastes from mineral non-metalliferous excavation
- earth moving: excavation, landfill, levelling and grading of construction sites, trench digging, rock removal, blasting, etc.
- According to the Danish Shipowners’ Association, excavation is not covered by the Danish legislation in question.
- sampling situations, including sampling from drill-cores, excavation face, conveyor belt, heap, pond, or other relevant situation,
- Excavation or dredging work in and around ports and fjords therefore always falls outside the scope of the DIS regime.
- ensure the monitoring of the extractive waste and the excavation void in accordance, mutatis mutandis, with Article 12(4) and (5).
- highly efficient, largely automated excavation and new and existing mining technologies corresponding to the geological characteristics of European hard coal deposits;
- Directive 1999/31/EC shall continue to apply to the waste other than extractive waste used for filling in excavation voids as appropriate.
- Member States shall ensure that the operator, when placing extractive waste back into the excavation voids for rehabilitation and construction purposes, whether created through surface or underground extraction, takes appropriate measures in order to:
- Accordingly, such waste should not be subject to the requirements of this Directive which relate exclusively to ‘waste facilities’, except for the requirements mentioned in the specific provision on excavation voids.