- Can I mention the Valorlub contribution separately on my sales invoices?
- I sell oil under my own brand that I bought in bulk from a Belgian supplier. Who pays the Valorlub contribution?
- I produce oil in the name and on behalf of my customer (customer's name is on the packaging). Do I or my customer pay the Valorlub contribution?
- I produce oil and sell it to my wholesale customer, who in turn exports it. Do I have to pay a contribution to Valorlub on this?
- I export oil produced or imported by myself. Do I have to pay a contribution to Valorlub on this?
- What contribution do you have to pay when repackaging imported motor oil?
- I am a foreign supplier. Do I have to pay a contribution to Valorlub for the oil that I market in Belgium?
- How is the contribution per kilogram converted into a contribution per litre?
- How do you distinguish between domestic and professional oil?
- Who determines the Valorlub contributions?
- I buy oil that I market under my name on the Belgian market. (Private label). Can I ask my supplier to take over the administrative obligations towards Valorlub from me?
- Do I have to pay VAT on the Valorlub contribution?
- Can I join Valorlub retroactively?
- Is it mandatory to join Valorlub?
- Is the supplier or Valorlub responsible for the collection of used oil?
- What is the Rhine and Inland Navigation Scheme?
- What is the price of waste oil?
- What happens to collected waste oil?
- Specific gravity of waste oil.
- Density of waste oil
- Is waste oil flammable?
- Where can you return used oil?
- What are the fees for waste oil?
- Can I take waste oil to the container park?
- Can I have waste oil collected for free?
- Can I burn or heat with waste oil?
- Where can you return old oil?
- Can you throw oil away?
- How should you have old oil collected?
- Difference between approved and homologated collector.