Collectors & Processors
Become a ROSE Approved Collector/Processor
Registration form: application for anyone wishing to register as a collector/bulking point/processor.
Click below to download the form.
A) How do I become ROSE Foundation Accredited Collector?
- You need to obtain an application form from the ROSE Foundation website online (www.rosefoundation.org.za) or request by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
B) Where do I submit this application form?
- After you have completed the application form, you must submit it to the ROSE Environmental Advisor via email: email@example.com
C) Is that all I need to do?
- No, bring proof of following documents:
- Vehicle documents i.e registration licence and Dangerous Goods operator card etc
- Drivers licence with valid PRDP-D (of the person who will be driving the vehicle with a GVM of> 3500 kg or loading more than 1000lts of used oil)
- Training certificates (Fire, First Aid, Oil Spill response and Hazchem or Dangerous Goods if vehicle is 3500 kg GVM)
- Waste Transport Permit which is obtained from Metro Municipality
2. Bring your vehicle for an inspection by the ROSE Environmental Advisor
D) What is required during the vehicle inspection?
- Your vehicle will be evaluated in terms of an approved standard checklist
- The following equipment is required to be present:
- A 4.5kg powder fire extinguisher with valid expiry date for a vehicle <3.5 ton and 9kg for a truck > 3.5 ton
- Metal drip tray secured to the vehicle underneath the flow bin
- Oil Spill kit with all the absorbent material
- Basic first aid kit
- Suitable pump and drip tray
- Suitable container for oily rags
- Suitable hoses and couplings
- Static cables where required
- Shovel and broom
- Personal protective equipment consisting of gloves, overall, safety boots, face shield, hardhat
E) How long do I need to wait for approval?
- Approval will depend on meeting the above mentioned requirements
- Your application will be assessed by the ROSE Environmental Advisor
- When all requirements have been met you will be approved to operate while waiting for the membership certificate to be issued
F) How will I know that I have been approved as a ROSE Foundation accredited collector?
Once you have been approved, you will be issued with:
- Annual accreditation certificate
- Placarding Operational manual
- Waste Manifest
G) Will I need to sign any mutual agreement or contract?
Yes, you will need to sign the following documents:
- Code of Conduct Contract with ROSE Foundation for an
- Environmental incentive
H) Once I become an approved member what must I comply with at all times?
- All applicable legislation i.e Waste Act, Road Traffic Act etc
- Waste Manifest must be completed correctly with all the required details
- ROSE paperwork must be submitted on time for incentive claims
- Your vehicle must be roadworthy
- You must have all the required equipment on the vehicle
- Your vehicle must be neat and tidy
- You must attend branch meetings regularly
- You must co-operate with the ROSE Environmental Advisor in carrying out the random checklist and audits
- Your Operations Manual must have all the relevant documents and checklists
I) What are the benefits of being a ROSE accredited collector:
ROSE accredited collectors receive the following:
- An Operations Manual which includes the Dangerous goods guidelines, Operational Procedures and Code of Compliance
- A ROSE environmental incentive when collection data is submitted to an approved processor
- The chance to improve your business image
- Receive training in oil spill clean-up, fire fighting, first aid, Hazchem and business skills
- The opportunity to participate in environmental audits to ensure legal compliance
- Waste Manifest (safe disposal certificate)
- Insurance cover for public liability and spills
- Support the objectives of ROSE Foundation for a better South Africa
- Safety clothing
- The opportunity to engage with relevant authorities eg DEA, GDARD, CoJ etc
"Working Together for a Pollution Free Environment"