Shipment of waste is regulated in EU's Regulation 1013/2006 on shipment of wate. The Regulation is mandatory for all of the European Union. Beside the Regulation the Member States i obliged to set national legislation for for example the financial guarantee in the notification procedure.
The procedure for shipment of waste is divided in to two categories. Waste can either be shipped after the procedure for greenlistet waste or it has to notified to the national competent authority.
Below is link to the main regulation regarding shipment of waste.
Regulation 1013/2006 on shipment of waste - (link to EUR-lex)
Corrigendum to Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2006 on shipments of Waste. (On page 6, Article 2, point 15(b) - (link to EUR-lex)
Annex 1C to Regulation 1013/2006 - (link to EUR-lex) A guide regarding the procedure on how to notify shipment of waste.
Danish Executive order 1618/2010 on shipment of waste - (.pdf)
Consignment document, (greenlisted waste)(Annex VII) - (.doc)
Categories of waste to be controlled (Y-codes)
List of hazardous characteristics (H-codes)
Green listed waste - (Waste listed in Annex III in the Regulation)
Amber listed waste - (Waste listed in Annex IV in the Regulation)
EC liste of waste - (Catalog of European waste codes)
Classifying Green List waste .pdf - (Classifying Green List waste under the ‘Waste Shipments Regulation’ (Regulation No 1013/2006) - practical guidelines)
Homepage for the European Commision on shipment of waste
The european and international legislation on waste shipments and guidelines
List of preconsented facilities for waste recovery
List on competent authorities under the Basel Convention and Focal Point.
In above link you'll find a list of competent authorities under the Basel Convention. Competent authorities is under the Basel Convention equilibrium to the Danish Environmental Protection Agency.
See the statutory orders