Public authorisation for performing operational monitoring

The provider of operational monitoring must acquire an authorisation to perform operational monitoring of the input of dangerous substances and plant nutrients into the soil.

The provider of operational monitoring acquires an authorisation based on the application submitted at the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning. After an administrative and content review, the authorisation to perform operational monitoring of the input of dangerous substances and plant nutrients into the soil is issued.

After the acquisition of the authorisation, the provider of operational monitoring is entered in the register of monitoring providers. The authorisation is issued for maximum six years.

The authorisation for performing operational monitoring can be issued based on an accreditation document. The provider may not be involved in a bankruptcy proceeding and may not be convicted.

Legal protection

  • Judicial remedy: Appeal
  • Competent authority: Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning

Other activities

The authorisation can be re-issued based on the application submitted by the applicant.

Last updated: After six years

Responsible: Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning | Last updated: 18. 02. 2016