2013 Reexamination and Auditing of Statements of Soil and Groundwater Pollution Remedation Fees
The main purpose of this project is through the reexamination and site audit to strengthen managing soil and groundwater pollution remediation fees payers and analyzes the results of our audit. This project has been implemented from February 27, 2013 to February 26 2014, and has fulfilled each of its objectives. The results are as follows. We completed the reexamination for the following cases. (1) 3,097 declaration cases of remediation fees paid from the fourth quarter of year 2012 to the third quarter of year 2013. (2) 48 declaration cases of export refund of remediation fees from the second quarter of year 2012 to the third quarter of year 2013. (3) 52 declaration cases of insurance expenditure refunds for the year 2011 and the year 2012. (4) 47 declaration cases of construction expenditure refunds for the year 2011 and the year 2012. (5) 2 declaration cases of exemption ratio. (6) 200 cases of site audit. The achievement rate of reexamination and auditing was 100%. During the execution period of this project, we found the total amount of NTD $6,346,124 including differences between preliminary examining party and us, underpaid and overpaid amount of remediation fees, with a benefit-cost ratio of 2.2. After performing reexamination and site audit, we attached recommendations and statistical analysis to provide the guidance and reference for future strategy amendments. Based on the results of execution of the project, we will continue to track those disputed remediation fees payers. In order to promote the efficiency and quality of the reexamination and site audit, and establish and improve the database management, we will strengthen the announcement of the related regulations of remediation fees, and assist remediation fees payers to submit statements of the manufacturing volume or import volume into internet filing system correctly.
Soil and Groundwater, Remediation Fees, Reexamination and Auditing