Procedure for the management of asbestos – bearing wastes

Reference terms applied are as follows :

Firmly-bound : wastes comprised in combination with other materials, generated by works associated with reinstatement and demolition operations (panels, cement, pipes and ducts, etc.).

Loosely-bound : friable wastes, waste materials and equipment used during enclosure, fixing and flock removal operations, etc. (debris, single-use personal protective equipment, rags and tarpaulins, etc.).

PAC – Preliminary Acceptance Certificate.

Identification of waste producer (client or owner)

Identification of works contractor

Declaration of type of asbestos

⇓ Acceptance of quote

⇓ Registration of application

Completion of Account Opening Form

Receipt of blank Asbestos Waste Tracking Form (AWTF) for completion

Completion of AWTF

Hazardous Waste Tracking Form for asbestos-bearing wastes


To be returned by E-mail or by post :

Signed by the waste producer (client or owner) AND by the works contractor

Entry of seal numbers

Taking of photographs

⇓ Removal


Return of AWTF

AWTF signed and validated

Discharge annex

Annex 1 (in case of transit)

Completion of Asbestos Wastes Tracking Form (AWTF)

Bordereau de suivi des déchets dangereux contenant de l'amiante
This is an exemple of an AWTF

Caution asbestosAll items are mandatory. It is essential that all items should be completed. The collection of asbestos-bearing wastes can only be executed if all documentary formalities have been completed correctly.


Client or owner of waste

Date / Signature

Stamp (for professionals)


Works contractor

( must be completed a second time, if identical to the client or owner of waste )

Date / Signature




Date / Signature




Seals number

Mandatory in the case of loosely-bound or firmly-bound asbestos for delivery to a type 1 Final Waste Disposal Site


In the event of multiple seal numbers, these should be entered here