Used cooking oils are used for the production of biodiesel. To have a tracabilty of the applied waste a certification of all operators is needed. To this end, the ISCC - system (International Sustainability & Carbon Certification) was set up. In this system, the waste is monitored from the origin (producer: restaurants, households ....) to the end user (oil companies). Therefor it is necessary that the users of frying oils and fats signs a self-declaration before their used frying fats and oils can enter the ISCC circuit.
The self-declarations for deliveries of used cooking oil on this page are a valid part of the contract between (company) and its customers. The self-declarations will be presented to the customer either within the contract or within the terms and conditions. If the self-declarations are part of the written contract, they shall be deemed as accepted from the effective date of the contract. If the self-declarations are included in the terms and conditions, they shall be deemed as accepted if the customer does not explain his or her objection to (company) within 14 days after the terms and conditions have been presented to him or her. If the customer does not object, this will be considered as an agreement to the terms and conditions. The self-declarations will be deemed as accepted after the 14 days have passed
By appealing to Quatra for UCO pick-ups the supplier of UCO agrees to the terms and conditions (including the CAT3 agreement and the self-declaration)