Campsites and PRLs are governed by regulations, standards, laws ...
The authorization to operate a campsite involves the installation and maintenance of the equipment, which requires compliance with a few rules.
1 - Land must be equipped with facilities for the collection and disposal of household waste. With the provision of airtight bins and a sufficient capacity.
2 - The sanitary equipment placed at the disposal of the customers must be kept in a constant state of good functioning and cleanliness.
Le tris selective in your campsite:
• Law of 15/07/1975: first law organizing the collection and treatment of waste in France. The collection, transport and treatment of waste must be carried out under conditions appropriate to avoid "any risk to the environment and to human health". This law establishes the founding principle of "polluter pays".
• Law of 13/07/1992: also known as Royal Law. It aims to strengthen the provisions of the 1975 Act and requires companies to recycle their waste. Beginning in 1992, waste represents a source of energy and raw materials that no longer has the right to waste or destroy.
• Law of 12/07/2010 obliges the setting up of the sorting and collection of bio-waste and waste of edible oils by the big producers (threshold of application of the Decree in 2016: 10 tons per year of biowaste, 60L d Food oils).
• Article L 541-2 of the Environment Code: each company is responsible for the management of the waste it produces even when it is transferred to a third party for processing. The company must ensure that their disposal is in accordance with the regulations.
• Decree n ° 2016-288 of 10/03/2016: obligation for companies to better sort their waste paper, metal, plastic, glass and wood in order to encourage their reuse and recycling. They must separate these materials from the rest of their waste, either by sorting them at the source or by sorting them later in an automated center.
Accessibility for people with reduced mobility
- Order of 1 August 2006 - All establishments that are open to the public and facilities open to the public must be accessible to persons with reduced mobility since 1 January 2015.
- Order of 15 January 2007
Urban equipment and furniture present on the pedestrian path are inscribed in a minimum volume to be detected a? N ensuring the safety of people who are not visually impaired.
- Ad'AP device
In the face of the work still to be done, a device called Ad'AP (Scheduled Accessibility Agendas) has been set up to grant a deferral to public institutions and facilities that do not respect the deadline of 01/01/2015. This file must be accepted and validated by the prefecture. After validation, these establishments will undertake to respect the new deadline imposed, which may extend from 1 to 6 years, under penalty of financial sanctions. If no APA application is made, LES not accessible to persons with disabilities as of 1 January 2015 are subject to criminal sanctions.
Decree 2006-1386 of 15 November 2006 on the ANTI-TOBACCO control in public places
- Since 1 February 2007, the ban on smoking is widespread
in closed and covered places that welcome the public or constitute workplaces: businesses, administrations, schools, health establishments.
- Since 1 January 2008, this prohibition extends to so-called "convivial" places: cafés, hotels, restaurants, tobacco bars, casinos and discotheques.
Fine: 68 € for the offending smoker (then 180 € for more than 45 days), and 135 € for the offender (375 € for more than 45 days).