MOR Online manages hazardous waste
On 23 March 2012, the scope of the MOR Online platform was extended to transactions of all waste, in...
Overall Management now available
The MOR Online platform now has a new function. It was developed with customers needing more than ju...

In the specific case of household waste , the main advantages of the OWM are:

  • It makes it easier to send on waste when there are no management bodies:
  • Vegetal biomass, organic compost, products from mechanical and biological treatment MBT , waste-derived gas (WDG ), etc.;
  • It increases liquidity in the markets for packaging not originating from selective collection, especially that with the highest monetary value, such as composting aluminium, iron and steel scrap, etc.;



It makes the management bodies' current model for selling waste more sophisticated and allows them to hold more competitive auctions. For flows of construction and demolition waste (CDW ), the OWM may make it possible:

  • To develop the CDW market by performing the functions usually allocated to management bodies and encourage the recycling and recovery of waste;
  • To facilitate access to CDW by waste management operators (WMO ) and access to these operators on the part of contractors and builders;
  • To increase and promote the use of materials processed from CDW;
  • To make the sector more transparent, regulate activities and obstruct illegal practices.



The advantages for industrial waste management are similar to those for CDW. There are also symbioses, as the waste from certain industries can be used as raw materials for others, which increases the amount of industrial waste that can cease to be considered waste. For waste from other specific flows, the situation is comparable to that of household waste management bodies and the OWM can increase competitiveness on the demand side.