The state established a co-ordinating organisation (hereinafter referred to as: Co-ordinating Organisation) for carrying out the waste management public task of the state based on Section 32/A of Act CLXXXV of year 2012 on wastes (hereinafter referred to as Waste Act),.

The Co-ordinating Organisation – the NHKV National Coordination of Waste Management and Asset Management Plc (hereinafter referred to as: NHKV Plc) was registered at the Company Registration Court on January 20, 2016.

NHKV Plc has to primarily establish and develop a system that optimizes the waste management public service as regards the territory of Hungarian and which is unified as regards service quality, with implementing a financial system that is sustainable in the long term and with implementing a break-even sectoral operation.

The targets to be attained by the Co-ordinating Organisation were defined in harmony with the expectations of the state as follows:

  • to realise a unified, non-profit, break-even public service system, with the participation of the Co-ordination Organisation, the Local Governments, the Public Service Providers and the users of the service;
  • to retain the results of the household overhead cost reduction;
  • to fully implement the utilisation targets that are stipulated by the European Union;
  • to organise and ensure the provision of public service that is optimised as regards the territory, as well as co-operation as regards its development;
  • in addition to improving the provision of the service, to ensure a unified and high-level service for the population, widely extending and efficiently operating the selective waste collection system directly reaching the houses.

The tasks of NHKV Plc, as the Co-ordinating Organisation according to the effective provisions of Section 32/A (1) of Act CLXXXV of year 2012 on wastes are the following:

  • to define the national targets of waste management;
  • to define the direction of waste management development;
  • to implement co-ordination between the local governments and to implement regional co-ordination;
  • to prepare the National Waste Management Public Service Plan, which among others defines the optimal regional battery limits of carrying out the public service and the public service tasks that are to be minimally implemented in the given region;
  • to establish whether the waste management public service system element fulfils the National Waste Management Public Service Plan;
  • to establish whether the activity of the public service provider fulfils the contents of the National Waste Management Public Service Plan, and to issue an opinion on this (hereinafter referred to as: compliance opinion);
  • to establish the system of optimal use of the infrastructural resources in the interest of performing the national level targets and development directions of waste management;
  • to manage the assets that are entrusted to it by the local governments, the local government companies in the framework of voluntary asset management;
  • to collect the public service fees and to pay to the public service providers the service fees that are defined by the minister responsible for defining the waste management public service fees;
  • to manage the receivables that become due in connection with the public service.