The Self Declarations listed below are deemed to be signed and are an agreed upon part of a contract with Valley Proteins, Inc. The Self Declarations are deemed valid for all deliveries since January 1, 2013. Customers of Valley Proteins, Inc. are not required to agree in writing. If a customer does not agree to the Self Declarations listed below, he/she must submit a statement of disagreement to Valley Proteins, Inc. within ten days after the agreement date or its execution.
The waste or residue is derived exclusively from biomass in the Biomass Regulation. The waste or residue does NOT originate from Farming, Forestry, Fisheries or Aqua Culture. The material supplied is waste cooking oil made up of vegetable fats and oils that have been used for frying of foods for human consumption and their use has been within the normal range of business protocols. Any contamination with animal oils and fats are not done on purpose. The principals of waste minimization are observed. The expiry date of the waste or residual material was not exceeded. The waste or residual material has not been mixed at any time with other biomass sources. With this self-declaration, the waste origination point acknowledges that auditors from certification bodies (may be accompanies by inspectors from authorities with the purpose to evaluate the performance of the certification body) and staff of certification schemes can examine whether the requirements are met as stated in this self-declaration. The relevant right to this inspection is herewith granted. The self-declaration as such or as part of this contract for the supply of waste or residues has validity for the terms of this contract.
The self-declarations for deliveries of used cooking oil on this page are a valid part of the contract between Valley Proteins Inc. and its customers. The self-declarations will be presented to the customer either within the contract or within the terms and conditions. If the self-declarations are part of the written contract, they shall be deemed as accepted from the effective date of the contract. If the self-declarations are included in the terms and conditions, they shall be deemed as accepted if the customer does not explain his or her objection to Valley Proteins Inc. within 14 days after the terms and conditions have been presented to him or her. If the customer does not object, this will be considered as an agreement to the terms and conditions. The self-declarations will be deemed as accepted after the 14 days have passed.