Data from the financial clearance


Explanatory notice

Part A of the Convention employs an international electronic payment system to operationalise the indirect financing of the collection of oily and greasy waste and a sufficiently dense network of reception stations.
The revenues (disposal charges) and expenditures (disposal costs) are elevated to an international level within an international financial clearance system.
Published quarterly and annually in the form of resolutions since 2011, the clearances provide the key financing system data: costs, receipts, volumes of oily and greasy waste deposited.
To enable the interested public to have an overview spanning several years and to understand system developments and trends, the CDNI has developed a quadrilingual dashboard providing a dynamic view of published clearance data.
The user can create the view of his choosing thereby, for example:

  • comparing how an item has changed compared with the year before (you can compare 2018 with 2017 or 2011),
  • comparing how an item has changed compared with a previous quarter (you can compare quarter Q2 2019 with quarter Q1 2019 or Q2 2018),
  • view how each item has changed over a user-defined range of years or quarters,
  • compare the various items between two or more States,
  • extract the defined view in PDF format, as a png image, or in PowerPoint.


Points to note

  • Provisional data are not included in the dashboard. Only approved annual clearance data are included in the table. That means for example that 2020 data are only included in December 2021 (the definitive clearance data are only available in year n+1).
  • Certain items are difficult to compare because of significant differences in scale values (e.g. fleet consumption vs recipients).
  • The detail of the “recipients” and “oily and greasy waste” categories is not populated here because of the lack of uniformity.
  • Fleet consumption data: the figures are an extrapolation based on disposal charges and aim to provide an overall trend for fleet consumption within the CDNI’s jurisdiction.