The government spokesman said the Round Document 08, which provides for the inspection of imported waste from the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment "a document without any emotions for companies".
Reflecting on the problem of tens of thousands of waste containers being imported into ports and causing losses to businesses at a government press conference in the afternoon of January 31, minister – Prime Minister of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung said "issuance of documents Inspection Regulations of the Ministry of Natural Resources resources and environment in District 08, 09 are insensitive to businesses. "
Mr. Dung said that the waste container should be reviewed and processed by 4 units. The first is the Department for Natural Resources and the Environment to approve the conditions; through inspection agencies; and then through an independent inspection agency (currently 13 agencies), finally, must go through a state agency where the company has facilities and factories.
A site view, a factory in one place, and a second place port makes it more difficult to operate, creating more costs. For example, if the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment sends officers to check each container in Cat Lai, the company must arrange transportation and accommodation. In addition to the expense, the inspection time of the Department for Natural Resources amounts to 80-90% of the time for customs clearance. Although the customs need only paper in the natural resources and environment sector, clearance is required.
With more than 24,000 containers in ports, it will be very good if it is released because most businesses own small and medium businesses and need production materials. "Issuing administrative procedures but not full impact assessment, thorough audit of accidental killings," Dung said.
The government spokesman said several times in the Government Office reflect companies that meet directly with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phucom and "cry to the prime minister about administrative regulations" about "them."
Mr. Mai Tien Dung – Chairman of the Government's Office chaired the Government's press conference in the afternoon on January 31st. Photo: Vu Tuan
Mr. Dung has asked the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment to "accept mistakes with companies when they issued administrative documents that made them tear because it was too heavy."
Reiterating the spirit of the Prime Minister's rule at the Cabinet meeting, Minister Mai Tien Dung emphasized that the Prime Minister had asked the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment not to allocate local refuse import approval departments and seek annulment. remove Cirkular 08 and 09 of this agency.
"The prime minister demands a thorough resolution of this question, otherwise no one will eat Tet Tet," he stressed.
In response to this question, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Le Cong Thanh said that the provisions of Districts 08 and 09 were designed to strictly implement the direction and direction for limiting the import of waste. In the context of neighboring countries there is a strict waste import policy. These two circulars have been improving the regulations and regulations on waste imports in a more rigorous way to protect the environment for the land.
However, Thanh acknowledged, a series of legal documents for the implementation of the Environmental Protection Law and Customs Law "have accidentally overlapped, difficult to implement for local units, and the manner in which the implementation of a number of departments for natural resources and the environment was not really close and creative to reduce shipping time ".
He said that the working group of the prime minister drastically directed, in the upcoming period, the amendments to the regulations on state quality inspection of imported waste in the direction of strengthening the agency's postural accountability. in place instead of in the previous review. Customs clearance will be based on a certificate of conformity assessment for independent rating organizations.
"From this fact we find that the assessment of the impact of legal documents on areas that needs to be deeper, solving problems and sensitivity to changes in regulations should be associated with the appropriate agencies," said Mr. Le Cong Thanh.