Amendment Of The Regulation On The Limitation Of Waste Water Emissions From The Manufacture And Processing Of Glass And Artificial Mineral Fibres

Original Language Title: Änderung der Verordnung über die Begrenzung von Abwasseremissionen aus der Herstellung und Verarbeitung von Glas und künstlichen Mineralfasern

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203. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, amending the Regulation on the limitation of waste water emissions from the production and processing of glass and artificial mineral fibres

Due to § § 32a (1), 33b (3), (4), (5) and (7) and 33c (1) of the Water Rights Act 1959-WRG 1959, BGBl. N ° 215/1959, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 98/2013, shall be assigned in agreement with the Federal Minister for Science, Research and the Economy:

The regulation of the Federal Minister of Agriculture and Forestry on the limitation of waste water emissions from the production and processing of glass and artificial mineral fibres, BGBl. No 888/1995, shall be amended as follows:

1. § 1 reads:

" § 1. (1) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

Substitutes, melts and moulds of glass, glass fibres and artificial mineral fibres, or

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 using aqueous media

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Annex A shall be required.

(2) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activity

Mechanical machining (pressing, cutting, bending, curving, prestressing, grinding, polishing, milling) of flat glass, special glass, optical glass or lead glass

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Appendix B shall be required. Grinding slurries of mechanical processing must not be initiated.

(3) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

chemical processing (acid polishing, etching, matting) of special glass, optical glass or lead glass, or

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 with aqueous media

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Annex C shall be required. The chemical processing and waste water from the cleaning of waste air from the chemical treatment of surfaces made of lead glass, optical glass and special glass must not be initiated.

(4) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

Silverware and copper in flat glass (mirror making),

2.

Silverware of small pieces of glass

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Appendix D shall be required. It is not allowed to initiate copper or silver-containing sludges.

(5) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

further processing of glass fibres or artificial mineral fibres for textile glass products or insulating materials,

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 using aqueous media

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Annex E shall be required.

(6) The provisions of paragraphs 1 to 5 shall not apply to the initiation of

1.

Waste water from cooling systems and steam generators (§ 4 para. 2 Z 4.1 of the General Waste Water Emissions Ordinance (AAEV), BGBl. No 186/1996),

2.

Waste water from water treatment (§ 4 para. 2 Z 4.4 AAEV),

3.

Wastewater from the electrochemical deposition of metals on glass (§ 4 para. 2 Z 6.4 AAEV),

4.

Wastewater from the production of artificial glass based on organic polymers and

5.

domestic waste water from establishments according to para. 1 to 5.

(7) In so far as this Regulation does not contain a system deviating from the General Waste Water Regulation, the General Waste Water Emissions Ordinance shall apply to waste water from the exhaust air purification system, with the exception of § 4 (7) AAEV. If waste water according to paragraphs 1 to 5 is mixed with one another, the waste water to be allocated to installations A to E shall be treated as part flows within the meaning of Article 4 (5) to (7) of the AAEV in the case of such a waste water mixture.

(8) In the case of legally existing waste water discharges as referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5, it is necessary to ensure compliance with the emission limits of Annexes A to E, or provided that, in the case of an application for waste water applied for in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5, compliance with the emission limits of Annexes A to E is not ensured by other measures, it may be possible to: the following the water-economy conditions of enterprises or Installations according to paragraphs 1 to 5 are taken into consideration either in the case of single or combined use (level of avoidance, retention and cleaning technology):

1.

for establishments or Annexes according to paragraph 1

a)

minimization of leakages and losses,

b)

Recirculation of wash water from the cleaning of the plant and from the exhaust air purification,

c)

Circulation of cooling lubricant emulsions from the design; preferred use of biodegradable coolants; waste water disposal of used non-renewable cooling lubricant emulsions,

d)

Use of physico-chemical waste water purification processes such as removal, sieving, neutralization, filtration, ventilation, precipitation, coagulation and flocculation; waste water disposal of the residues from the waste water purification as waste,

e)

Use of standard techniques of good practice for the reduction of emissions from the storage of liquid raw materials and intermediate products, such as safety containers, inspection/testing of tanks, overfill fuses.

2.

for establishments or Annexes according to paragraph 2

a)

Recirculation of cooling water or cooling emulsions, if necessary with the introduction of purification measures; preferred use of biodegradable coolants in the cooling emulsions,

b)

Use of detergents and cleaners which comply with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 648/2004 on detergents, OJ L 327, 30.11.2004, p. No. L 104 of 8.4.2004; compliance with ecotoxicological data in the safety data sheets of the working materials used; waiving of organic working and auxiliary substances, in particular organic complexing agents, of which the Total compatibility with aerobic micro-organisms in an aqueous medium after a test period of 28 days is not greater than 80% (ÖNORM EN ISO 7827:2013 04 15),

c)

the most extensive recycling of waste water from mechanical processing, if necessary with the introduction of waste water purification systems into the water cycle; use of carbon dioxide for wastewater neutralization; re-use of Abrasives,

d)

the use of physico-chemical wastewater purification processes,

e)

Separate disposal of contaminated organic solvents, grinding sludges and residues from waste water purification as waste.

3.

for establishments or Annexes in accordance with paragraph 3

a)

use of recovery techniques to re-use the working materials used in the polishing, matting or etching baths;

b)

the most extensive extension of the service life of polishing, matting or etching baths by using regeneration or concentration techniques;

c)

closed circulation of washing water from the exhaust air purification; the most extensive circulation of rinsing waters from the cleaning of the work piece,

d)

the use of physico-chemical wastewater purification processes,

e)

Separate disposal of etch sludges, protective coatings or resins, residues from waste water purification and used non-renewable baths as waste.

4.

for establishments or Annexes pursuant to paragraph 4

a)

the use of recovery techniques for the working materials used (silver in particular),

b)

separate collection of copper-containing and ammoniacal effluents in order to avoid the formation of copper tetramine complexes,

c)

Circulation of rinsing and washing water,

d)

the use of physico-chemical wastewater purification processes,

e)

Separate disposal of silver-or copper-containing sludges as well as residues from waste water purification as waste from wastewater.

5.

for establishments or Annexes pursuant to paragraph 5

a)

Closed circulation of the production water as well as the washing water from the exhaust air cleaning and the cleaning of the plant,

b)

the preferred use of biodegradable fibre binders,

c)

Use of physical-chemical, in the case of direct conductors also biological wastewater purification processes such as e.g. B. Activated Sludge (process) and biofiltration; waste water disposal of the residues of production as well as residues from waste water purification as waste. "

2. § 1 reads:

" § 1. (1) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

Substitutes, melts and moulds of glass, glass fibres and artificial mineral fibres, or

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 using aqueous media

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Annex A shall be required. Organohalogen compounds from the use in raw materials, working materials and adjuvants must not be introduced; the requirement is considered to be complied with if the crude, working and auxiliary substances used do not contain organohalogen compounds.

(2) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Plants with the activity of mechanical processing (pressing, cutting, bending, arching, prestressing, grinding, polishing, milling) of flat glass, special glass, optical glass or lead glass into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Appendix B shall be required. Halogen-organic compounds from the use in raw materials, working materials and auxiliaries, as well as grinding slurries of mechanical processing, must not be introduced. The ban on the introduction of organohalogen compounds shall be considered to be complied with if the raw, working and auxiliary substances used do not contain these substances.

(3) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

chemical processing (acid polishing, etching, matting) of special glass, optical glass or lead glass, or

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 with aqueous media

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Annex C shall be required. The use of organohalogen compounds from the use in raw materials, working materials and auxiliary materials, chemical processing and waste water from the purification of waste air from the chemical treatment of surfaces must not be initiated. Lead glass, optical glass and special glass. The ban on the introduction of organohalogen compounds shall be considered to be complied with if the raw, working and auxiliary substances used do not contain these substances.

(4) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

Silverware and copper in flat glass (mirror making),

2.

Silverware of small pieces of glass

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Appendix D shall be required. Halogen-organic compounds from the use in raw materials, working materials and auxiliary substances, as well as copper or silver-containing sludges, must not be introduced. The ban on the introduction of organohalogen compounds shall be considered to be complied with if the raw, working and auxiliary substances used do not contain these substances.

(5) In the case of the water-law approval of an introduction of waste water from holdings or Installations with the activities

1.

further processing of glass fibres or artificial mineral fibres for textile glass products or insulating materials,

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 using aqueous media

into a flowing water or into a public sewerage are the Annex E shall be required. Organohalogen compounds from the use in raw materials, working materials and adjuvants must not be introduced; the requirement is considered to be complied with if the crude, working and auxiliary substances used do not contain organohalogen compounds.

(6) The provisions of paragraphs 1 to 5 shall not apply to the initiation of

1.

Waste water from cooling systems and steam generators (§ 4 para. 2 Z 4.1 of the General Waste Water Emissions Ordinance (AAEV), BGBl. No 186/1996),

2.

Waste water from water treatment (§ 4 para. 2 Z 4.4 AAEV),

3.

Wastewater from the electrochemical deposition of metals on glass (§ 4 para. 2 Z 6.4 AAEV),

4.

Wastewater from the production of artificial glass based on organic polymers and

5.

domestic waste water from establishments according to para. 1 to 5.

(7) In so far as this Regulation does not contain a system deviating from the General Waste Water Regulation, the General Waste Water Emissions Ordinance shall apply to waste water from the exhaust air purification system, with the exception of § 4 (7) AAEV. If waste water according to paragraphs 1 to 5 is mixed with one another, the waste water to be allocated to installations A to E shall be treated as part flows within the meaning of Article 4 (5) to (7) of the AAEV in the case of such a waste water mixture.

(8) In the case of legally existing waste water discharges as referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5, it is necessary to ensure compliance with the emission limits of Annexes A to E, or provided that, in the case of an application for waste water applied for in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 5, compliance with the emission limits of Annexes A to E is not ensured by other measures, it may be possible to: the following the water-economy conditions of enterprises or Installations according to paragraphs 1 to 5 are taken into consideration either in the case of single or combined use (level of avoidance, retention and cleaning technology):

1.

for establishments or Annexes according to paragraph 1

a)

minimization of leakages and losses,

b)

Recirculation of wash water from the cleaning of the plant and from the exhaust air purification,

c)

Circulation of cooling lubricant emulsions from the design; preferred use of biodegradable coolants; waste water disposal of used non-renewable cooling lubricant emulsions,

d)

Use of physico-chemical waste water purification processes such as removal, sieving, neutralization, filtration, ventilation, precipitation, coagulation and flocculation; waste water disposal of the residues from the waste water purification as waste,

e)

Use of standard techniques of good practice for the reduction of emissions from the storage of liquid raw materials and intermediate products, such as safety containers, inspection/testing of tanks, overfill fuses.

2.

for establishments or Annexes according to paragraph 2

a)

Recirculation of cooling water or cooling emulsions, if necessary with the introduction of purification measures; preferred use of biodegradable coolants in the cooling emulsions,

b)

Use of detergents and cleaners which comply with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 648/2004 on detergents, OJ L 327, 30.11.2004, p. No. L 104 of 8.4.2004; compliance with ecotoxicological data in the safety data sheets of the working materials used; waiving of organic working and auxiliary substances, in particular organic complexing agents, of which the Total compatibility with aerobic micro-organisms in an aqueous medium after a test period of 28 days is not greater than 80% (ÖNORM EN ISO 7827:2013 04 15),

c)

the most extensive recycling of waste water from mechanical processing, if necessary with the introduction of waste water purification systems into the water cycle; use of carbon dioxide for wastewater neutralization; re-use of Abrasives,

d)

the use of physico-chemical wastewater purification processes,

e)

Separate disposal of contaminated organic solvents, grinding sludges and residues from waste water purification as waste.

3.

for establishments or Annexes in accordance with paragraph 3

a)

use of recovery techniques to re-use the working materials used in the polishing, matting or etching baths;

b)

the most extensive extension of the service life of polishing, matting or etching baths by using regeneration or concentration techniques;

c)

closed circulation of washing water from the exhaust air purification; the most extensive circulation of rinsing waters from the cleaning of the work piece,

d)

the use of physico-chemical wastewater purification processes,

e)

Separate disposal of etch sludges, protective coatings or resins, residues from waste water purification and used non-renewable baths as waste.

4.

for establishments or Annexes pursuant to paragraph 4

a)

the use of recovery techniques for the working materials used (silver in particular),

b)

separate collection of copper-containing and ammoniacal effluents in order to avoid the formation of copper tetramine complexes,

c)

Circulation of rinsing and washing water,

d)

the use of physico-chemical wastewater purification processes,

e)

Separate disposal of silver-or copper-containing sludges as well as residues from waste water purification as waste from wastewater.

5.

for establishments or Annexes pursuant to paragraph 5

a)

Closed circulation of the production water as well as the washing water from the exhaust air cleaning and the cleaning of the plant,

b)

the preferred use of biodegradable fibre binders,

c)

Use of physical-chemical, in the case of direct conductors also biological wastewater purification processes such as e.g. B. Activated Sludge (process) and biofiltration; waste water disposal of the residues of production as well as residues from waste water purification as waste. "

3. § 2 reads:

" § 2. The parameters of the plants A to E mentioned below are subject to hazardous waste water content in accordance with § 33b (2) and (11) of the Water Rights Act 1959 (WRG), BGBl. No. 215/1959, in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 98/2013, recorded: antimony, arsenic, barium, lead, cadmium, chromium-total, copper, nickel, silver, zinc, tin, ammonium, AOX, hydrocarbon index and phenol index. "

4. § 2 reads:

" § 2. The parameters of the plants A to E mentioned below are subject to hazardous waste water content in accordance with § 33b (2) and (11) of the Water Rights Act 1959 (WRG), BGBl. No. 215/1959, in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 98/2013, recorded: antimony, arsenic, barium, lead, cadmium, chromium-total, copper, nickel, silver, zinc, tin, ammonium, hydrocarbon index and phenol index. "

5. In § 3 (2) and 3 (3) the word shall be "Emission Value" by the word "Emission Limit" and the phrase "the emission value" through the phrase "the emission limit" replaced.

6. In Section 4 (1), the phrase "An emission value" through the phrase "An Emission Limit" replaced.

7. § 4 para. 2 Z 1 reads:

" 1.

Unless otherwise provided for in Z 2 to 4, an emission limit for a waste water parameter of Annexes A to E shall be deemed to be complied with if, for five consecutive measurements, four measured values are no greater than those of the Emission limitation and only a measured value does not exceed the emission limit by more than 50% ("4 of 5" rule). "

8. In Section 4 (2) (2) (2), the word "Paramter" by the word "Parameters" and the phrase "the emission value" through the phrase "the emission limit" replaced.

9. § 4 (3) Z 1 reads:

" 1.

If no other arrangements are made in Z 2, the measurement should be repeated if a measurement of a wastewater parameter of the installations A to E is determined for up to four times a year of external monitoring of an introduction, the between the emission limit and its 1.5fachem. If the measured value is no greater than the emission limit during the repetition measurement, the emission limit is considered to be complied with. In the case of more frequent external monitoring, the "4 of 5" rule shall apply in accordance with paragraph 2. "

10. In § 5 (2) the word order shall be "This Regulation" through the phrase " The Regulation in the version BGBl. No. 888/1995 replaced.

11. In accordance with Section 5 (2):

" (3) In the version of the BGBl Regulation. II No. 203/2014 enter into force

1.

with the day following the event:

a)

Section 1, as amended by Z 1 of the above-mentioned Regulation,

b)

§ 2 in the version of the Z 3 of the above-mentioned regulation, § 3 (2) and (3), § 4 (1), (2) (1) and (2) and (3) (1), § 5 (2) and (4) and (6) and (6) and

c)

Annexes A to F, as amended by Z 13 of the said Regulation,

2.

three years after the end of the day of the event:

a)

Section 1, as amended by Z 2 of the above-mentioned Regulation,

b)

§ 2, as amended by Z 4 of the above-mentioned Regulation; and

c)

Annexes B and C in the version of Z 14 of the said Regulation.

(4) For the entry into force of the BGBl Regulation. II No. 203/2014 pursuant to Section 3 (1) (1) of the Code of Law (1) (1) to (5) shall apply to:

1.

If the initial general adjustment in accordance with § 33c WRG 1959 has never been triggered for the introduction and is not an installation according to § 33c (6) Z 1 WRG 1959, it has pursuant to § 33c (1) WRG 1959 pursuant to section 33c (6) WRG 1959 within five years of the entry into force of the Regulation, to comply with the emission limits of Annexes A to H (for a different waste water parameter in accordance with Article 4 (3) of the AAEV of the corresponding emission limit of Appendix A of the AAEV). If an initial general adjustment according to § 33c WRG 1959 has never been initiated for the introduction and is an installation according to § 33c (6) Z 1 WRG 1959, the introduction pursuant to Section 33c (1) of the WRG 1959 according to section 33c (6) of the German WRG (WRG) 1959 within four years following the publication of the Commission's implementing decision on conclusions on best available techniques (BAT) in accordance with Directive 2010 /75/EU on industrial emissions (integrated prevention and control). Reduction of pollution) ('the IE Directive '), OJ C 327, 30.4.2002, p. No. OJ L 334, 17.12.2010, as amended by the corrigendum OJ L 327, 22.12.2010, p. No. OJ L 158, 19.06.2012, p. 25, with regard to glass production (OJ L 158, 30.4.2012, p 1) must comply with the emission limits of Annexes A to H (for a different waste water parameter in accordance with Article 4 (3) of the AAEV of the corresponding emission limit of Appendix A of the AAEV).

2.

If a general adjustment obligation pursuant to section 33c (1) WRG 1959 has already been triggered for the introduction and is an installation according to § 33c (6) Z 1 WRG 1959, the introduction pursuant to Section 33c (1) of the WRG 1959 according to § 33c (1) of the German WRG Act (WRG 1959) 6 WRG 1959 within four years following the publication of the Commission's implementing decision on the conclusions on best available techniques (BAT) in accordance with the IE Directive concerning the manufacture of glass Emission limits of installations A to E (for a different waste water parameter according to § 4 para. 3 AAEV of the the corresponding emission limit of Appendix A of the AAEV. "

12. Folding § 6 is added:

" § 6. This Regulation implements the requirements of the following European Union legislation on industrial emissions:

1.

IE Directive;

2.

Implementing decision of the Commission on the best available techniques (BAT) in accordance with the IE Directive in relation to glass production. "

13. The facilities A to F are:

" Annex A

Emission limits according to § 1 (1)

1.

Substitutes, melts and moulds of glass, glass fibres and artificial mineral fibres;

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 using aqueous media

I)

II)

Requirements for discharges into a flowing water

Requirements for discharges into a public sewerage

A.1 General parameters

Temperature

30 ºC

35 ºC

Substances which can be filtered off

a)

30 mg/l

150 mg/l

b)

PH value

6,5-8, 5

6.5-9.5

A.2 Inorganic parameters

Total antimony (ber. as Sb) and Arsen (ber. as As)

0.5 mg/l

c)

0.5 mg/l

c)

Barium

Ber. as Ba

3.0 mg/l

3.0 mg/l

Lead

Ber. as Pb

0.05 mg/l

d)

0.05 mg/l

d)

Cadmium

Ber. as Cd

0.05 mg/l

0.05 mg/l

Total Chrome

Ber. as Cr

0.3 mg/l

0.3 mg/l

Copper

Ber. as Cu

0.3 mg/l

0.3 mg/l

Nickel

Ber. as Ni

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Zinc

Ber. as Zn

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Tin

Ber. as Sn

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Boron

Ber. as B

e)

e)

Total fluoride

Ber. as F

30 mg/l

f)

30 mg/l

f)

Total Phosphorus

Ber. as P

2.0 mg/l

-

Sulphate

Ber. as SO 4

3 000 mg/l

g)

h)

A.3 Organic parameters

Total org. . Carbon (TOC)

i)

45 mg/l

-

Chem. Oxygen demand (CSB)

Ber. as O 2

i)

130 mg/l

-

Hydrocarbon Index

10 mg/l

20 mg/l

a)

The definition of the parameter to be filtered shall not be subject to the definition of the parameters which can be set down.

b)

In individual cases, a higher emission limit shall be permitted if it is ensured that there is no deposit as a result of an introduction pursuant to Article 1 (1), which is the operation of the public sewerage system or the public sector. Disturb the wastewater treatment plant.

c)

The concentration of arsenic in the sum shall not exceed 0,3 mg/l.

d)

For waste water from the production of lead glass and packaging glass, an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l shall be maintained.

e)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the Bor parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 3.0 mg/l.

f)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, a maximum emission limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the parameter fluoride-total.

g)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 1 000 mg/l shall be laid down for the sulphate parameter.

h)

The emission limit is to be determined on a case-by-case basis with regard to the risk of corrosion for cement-bound materials in the sewage treatment and sewage treatment plant sector (ÖNORM B 2503: 2012 08 01).

i)

For the TOC and CSB parameters, the parameters for the parameters of biochemical oxygen demand are also determined. Either the TOC parameter or the CSB parameter can be used for the monitoring of the waste water quality.

Appendix B

Emission limits according to § 1 (2)

Mechanical machining (pressing, cutting, bending, curving, prestressing, grinding, polishing, milling) of flat glass, special glass, optical glass or lead glass.

I)

II)

Requirements for discharges into a flowing water

Requirements for discharges into a public sewerage

B.1 General parameters

Temperature

30 ºC

30 ºC

Substances which can be filtered off

a)

30 mg/l

150 mg/l

b)

PH value

6,5-8, 5

6.5-9.5

B.2 Inorganic parameters

Total antimony (ber. as Sb) and Arsen (ber. as As)

0.5 mg/l

c)

0.5 mg/l

c)

Barium

Ber. as Ba

3.0 mg/l

3.0 mg/l

Lead

Ber. as Pb

0.5 mg/l

d)

0.5 mg/l

d)

Cadmium

Ber. as Cd

0.1 mg/l

e)

0.1 mg/l

e)

Total Chrome

Ber. as Cr

0.5 mg/l

f)

0.5 mg/l

f)

Copper

Ber. as Cu

0.5 mg/l

g)

0.5 mg/l

g)

Nickel

Ber. as Ni

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Boron

Ber. as B

h)

h)

Total fluoride

Ber. as F

30 mg/l

i)

30 mg/l

i)

Total Phosphorus

Ber. as P

2.0 mg/l

-

Sulphate

Ber. as SO 4

3 000 mg/l

j)

k)

B.3 Organic parameters

Total org. . Carbon (TOC)

l)

45 mg/l

-

Chem. Oxygen demand (CSB)

Ber. as O 2

l)

130 mg/l

-

Adsorb. org. . Halogens (AOX)

Ber. as Cl

m)

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Hydrocarbon Index

10 mg/l

20 mg/l

a)

The definition of the parameter to be filtered shall not be subject to the definition of the parameters which can be set down.

b)

In individual cases, a higher emission limit shall be permitted if it is ensured that there will be no deposits as a result of an introduction pursuant to Article 1 (2), which will result in the operation of the public sewerage system or the public sector. Disturb the wastewater treatment plant.

c)

The concentration of Arsen (ber. as an As) in the sum shall not exceed 0,3 mg/l.

d)

For establishments and installations which carry out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on lead glass and packaging glass, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l.

e)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l shall be established for the cadmium parameter.

f)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l shall be established for the total chromium parameter.

g)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the copper parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l.

h)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the Bor parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 3.0 mg/l. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on borosilicate glass, a limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the Bor parameter.

i)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, a maximum emission limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the parameter fluoride-total.

j)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 1 000 mg/l shall be laid down for the sulphate parameter.

k)

The emission limit is to be determined on a case-by-case basis with regard to the risk of corrosion for cement-bound materials in the sewage treatment and sewage treatment plant sector (ÖNORM B 2503: 2012 08 01).

l)

For the TOC and CSB parameters, the parameters for the parameters of biochemical oxygen demand are also determined. Either the TOC parameter or the CSB parameter can be used for the monitoring of the waste water quality.

m)

The setting for the AOX parameter does not need to be set for the POX parameter. The emission limit for the AOX parameter shall also be considered to be complied with in the context of self-monitoring and in the context of external monitoring, if the water rights authority is proved that the auxiliaries or additives used (e.g. Cooling lubricants) do not contain halogenated hydrocarbons.

Annex C

Emission limits according to § 1 (3)

1.

Chemical processing (acid polishing, etching, matting) of special glass, optical glass or lead glass;

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 with aqueous media

I)

II)

Requirements for discharges into a flowing water

Requirements for discharges into a public sewerage

C.1 General parameters

Temperature

30 ºC

30 ºC

Substances which can be filtered off

a)

30 mg/l

150 mg/l

PH value

6,5-8, 5

6.5-9.5

C.2 Inorganic parameters

Total antimony (ber. as Sb) and Arsen (ber. as As)

0.5 mg/l

b)

0.5 mg/l

b)

Arsenic

Ber. as As

0.05 kg/t

c)

0.05 kg/t

c)

Barium

Ber. as Ba

3.0 mg/l

3.0 mg/l

Lead

Ber. as Pb

0.5 mg/l

0.05 kg/t

(c) d)

0.5 mg/l

0.05 kg/t

(c) d)

Cadmium

Ber. as Cd

0.1 mg/l

e)

0.1 mg/l

e)

Total Chrome

Ber. as Cr

0.5 mg/l

f)

0.5 mg/l

f)

Copper

Ber. as Cu

0.5 mg/l

g)

0.5 mg/l

g)

Nickel

Ber. as Ni

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Zinc

Ber. as Zn

2.0 mg/l

h)

2.0 mg/l

h)

Boron

Ber. as B

i)

i)

Total fluoride

Ber. as F

30 mg/l

j)

30 mg/l

j)

Total Phosphorus

Ber. as P

2.0 mg/l

-

Sulphate

Ber. as SO 4

3 000 mg/l

k)

l)

C.3 Organic parameters

Total org. . Carbon (TOC)

m)

45 mg/l

-

Chem. Oxygen demand (CSB)

Ber. as O 2

m)

130 mg/l

-

Adsorb. org. . Halogens (AOX)

Ber. as Cl

n)

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

a)

The definition of the parameter to be filtered shall not be subject to the definition of the parameters which can be set down.

b)

The concentration of Arsen (ber. as an As) in the sum shall not exceed 0,3 mg/l.

c)

The emission limit for the specific cargo is to be specified in addition to the emission limit for the concentration; it refers to the installed capacity for hydrofluoric acid (calculated as HF) installed.

d)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l and a specific freight rate of 0.005 kg/tonne. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on lead glass and packaging glass, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l and a specific cargo of 0.03 kg/t.

e)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l shall be laid down for the cadmium parameter

f)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l shall be established for the total chromium parameter.

g)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the copper parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l.

h)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the zinc parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.5 mg/l.

i)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the Bor parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 3.0 mg/l. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on borosilicate glass, a limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the Bor parameter.

j)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, a maximum emission limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the parameter fluoride-total.

k)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 1 000 mg/l shall be laid down for the sulphate parameter.

l)

The emission limit is to be determined on a case-by-case basis with regard to the risk of corrosion for cement-bound materials in the sewage treatment and sewage treatment plant sector (ÖNORM B 2503: 2012 08 01).

m)

For the TOC and CSB parameters, the parameters for the parameters of biochemical oxygen demand are also determined. Either the TOC parameter or the CSB parameter can be used for the monitoring of the waste water quality.

n)

The setting for the AOX parameter does not need to be set for the POX parameter. The emission limit for the AOX parameter shall also be considered to be complied with in the context of self-monitoring and in the context of external monitoring, if the water rights authority is proved that the auxiliaries or additives used (e.g. Cooling lubricants) do not contain halogenated hydrocarbons.

Appendix D

Emission limits according to § 1 (4)

1.

Silverware and copper in flat glass (mirror making);

2.

Silverware of small pieces of glass

I)

II)

Requirements for discharges into a flowing water

Requirements for discharges into a public sewerage

D.1 General parameters

Temperature

30 ºC

30 ºC

Substances which can be filtered off

a)

30 mg/l

150 mg/l

PH value

6,5-8, 5

6.5-9.5

D.2 Inorganic parameters

Copper

Ber. as Cu

0.5 mg/l

6 mg/m 2 b)

4 g/kg c)

0.5 mg/l

6 mg/m 2 b)

4 g/kg c)

Silver

Ber. as Ag

0.5 mg/l

3 mg/m 2 b)

2 g/kg c)

0.5 mg/l

3 mg/m 2 b)

2 g/kg c)

Zinc

Ber. as Zn

2.0 mg/l

30 mg/m 2 b)

20 g/kg (c)

2.0 mg/l

30 mg/m 2 b)

20 g/kg (c)

Ammonium

Ber. as N

10,0 mg/l

d)

Sulphate

Ber. as SO 4

3 000 mg/l

d)

D.3 Organic parameters

Total org. . Carbon (TOC)

e)

45 mg/l

-

Chem. Oxygen demand (CSB)

Ber. as O 2

e)

130 mg/l

-

a)

The definition of the parameter to be filtered shall not be subject to the definition of the parameters which can be set down.

b)

The emission limit for the specific cargo is to be specified in addition to the emission limit for the concentration; it refers to the production capacity of a mirrored glass surface installed on the square meter.

c)

The emission limit for the specific cargo is to be specified in addition to the emission limit for the concentration; it refers to the capacity for silver used for silver in the silting of small pieces of glass.

d)

The emission limit is to be determined on a case-by-case basis with regard to the risk of corrosion for cement-bound materials in the sewage treatment and sewage treatment plant sector (ÖNORM B 2503: 2012 08 01).

e)

For the TOC and CSB parameters, the parameters for the parameters of biochemical oxygen demand are also determined. Either the TOC parameter or the CSB parameter can be used for the monitoring of the waste water quality.

Annex E

Emission limits according to § 1 (5) (5)

1.

further processing of glass fibres or artificial mineral fibres for textile glass products or insulating materials;

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 using aqueous media

I)

II)

Requirements for discharges into a flowing water

Requirements for discharges into a public sewerage

E.1 General parameters

Temperature

30 ºC

35 ºC

Substances which can be filtered off

a)

30 mg/l

150 mg/l

b)

PH value

6,5-8, 5

6.5-9.5

E.2 Inorganic Parameters

Ammonium

Ber. as N

10,0 mg/l

c)

E.3 Organic parameters

Total org. . Carbon (TOC)

d)

45 mg/l

-

Chem. Oxygen demand (CSB)

Ber. as O 2

d)

130 mg/l

-

Hydrocarbon Index

10 mg/l

20 mg/l

Phenol Index

Ber. as phenol

0.1 mg/l

10 mg/l

a)

The definition of the parameter to be filtered shall not be subject to the definition of the parameters which can be set down.

b)

In individual cases, a higher emission limit shall be permitted if it is ensured that there will be no deposits as a result of an introduction pursuant to Article 1 (5), which will result in the operation of the public sewer system or the public sector. Disturb the wastewater treatment plant.

c)

The emission limit is to be determined on a case-by-case basis with regard to the risk of corrosion for cement-bound materials in the sewage treatment and sewage treatment plant sector (ÖNORM B 2503: 2012 08 01).

d)

For the TOC and CSB parameters, the parameters for the Biochemical oxygen demand parameter are also determined. Either the TOC parameter or the CSB parameter can be used for the monitoring of the waste water quality.

Annex F

Method requirements in accordance with § 4

1.

The parameters sum antimony and arsenic, barium, lead, cadmium, chromium-total, copper, nickel, silver, zinc, tin, ammonium, boron, fluoride total, phosphorus-total, sulfate, TOC, COD, AOX, hydrocarbon index and phenol index of the plants A to E are based on a quantity-proportional, non-deposited homogenized daily mixing sample. In the emptying of stacking containers, the sample is considered as a quantity-proportional sampling for the discharged volume of waste water.

2.

The parameters of temperature, filterable substances and pH of Annexes A to E shall be determined on the basis of a sample. The daily frequency and intervals of the sampling frames shall be determined as a function of the drainage behaviour of the waste water constituents (properties); concentrations and rates shall be determined in proportion to the quantity.

3.

The parameters Abfiltratable substances, sum of antimony and arsenic, barium, lead, cadmium, chromium-total, copper, nickel, silver, zinc, tin, boron, total fluoride, phosphorus-total, TOC, COD, AOX, hydrocarbon index and phenol index of plants A to E relate to total contents.

4.

The emission limits of the parameters sum antimony and arsenic and the total fluoride of the plants A to E are based on the following or equivalent analytical methods. For the parameter antimony (sum of antimony and arsenic) or fluoride total of Annexes A to E, an analytical method shall be considered equivalent if its limit of determination is less than the emission limit.

Parameters

Analysis Method

Antimony (sum of antimony and arsenic)

ÖNORM EN ISO 11885:2009 11 01

ÖNORM EN ISO 17294-2:2005 02 01

Total fluoride

DIN 38405-D4-2:1985 07 01

Hydrocarbon Index

ÖNORM EN ISO 9377-2:2001 06 01 "

14. The facilities B and C are:

Appendix B

Emission limits according to § 1 (2)

Mechanical machining (pressing, cutting, bending, curving, prestressing, grinding, polishing, milling) of flat glass, special glass, optical glass or lead glass.

I)

II)

Requirements for discharges into a flowing water

Requirements for discharges into a public sewerage

B.1 General parameters

Temperature

30 ºC

30 ºC

Substances which can be filtered off

a)

30 mg/l

150 mg/l

b)

PH value

6,5-8, 5

6.5-9.5

B.2 Inorganic parameters

Total antimony (ber. as Sb) and Arsen (ber. as As)

0.5 mg/l

c)

0.5 mg/l

c)

Barium

Ber. as Ba

3.0 mg/l

3.0 mg/l

Lead

Ber. as Pb

0.5 mg/l

d)

0.5 mg/l

d)

Cadmium

Ber. as Cd

0.1 mg/l

e)

0.1 mg/l

e)

Total Chrome

Ber. as Cr

0.5 mg/l

f)

0.5 mg/l

f)

Copper

Ber. as Cu

0.5 mg/l

g)

0.5 mg/l

g)

Nickel

Ber. as Ni

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Boron

Ber. as B

h)

h)

Total fluoride

Ber. as F

30 mg/l

i)

30 mg/l

i)

Total Phosphorus

Ber. as P

2.0 mg/l

-

Sulphate

Ber. as SO 4

3 000 mg/l

j)

k)

B.3 Organic parameters

Total org. . Carbon (TOC)

l)

45 mg/l

-

Chem. Oxygen demand (CSB)

Ber. as O 2

l)

130 mg/l

-

Hydrocarbon Index

10 mg/l

20 mg/l

a)

The definition of the parameter to be filtered shall not be subject to the definition of the parameters which can be set down.

b)

In individual cases, a higher emission limit shall be permitted if it is ensured that there will be no deposits as a result of an introduction pursuant to Article 1 (2), which will result in the operation of the public sewerage system or the public sector. Disturb the wastewater treatment plant.

c)

The concentration of Arsen (ber. as an As) in the sum shall not exceed 0,3 mg/l.

d)

For establishments and installations which carry out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on lead glass and packaging glass, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l.

e)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l shall be established for the cadmium parameter.

f)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l shall be established for the total chromium parameter.

g)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the copper parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l.

h)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the Bor parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 3.0 mg/l. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on borosilicate glass, a limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the Bor parameter.

i)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, a maximum emission limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the parameter fluoride-total.

j)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 1 000 mg/l shall be laid down for the sulphate parameter.

k)

The emission limit is to be determined on a case-by-case basis with regard to the risk of corrosion for cement-bound materials in the sewage treatment and sewage treatment plant sector (ÖNORM B 2503: 2012 08 01).

l)

For the TOC and CSB parameters, the parameters for the parameters of biochemical oxygen demand are also determined. Either the TOC parameter or the CSB parameter can be used for the monitoring of the waste water quality.

Annex C

Emission limits according to § 1 (3)

1.

Chemical processing (acid polishing, etching, matting) of special glass, optical glass or lead glass;

2.

Cleaning of the exhaust air from activities according to Z 1 with aqueous media

I)

II)

Requirements for discharges into a flowing water

Requirements for discharges into a public sewerage

C.1 General parameters

Temperature

30 ºC

30 ºC

Substances which can be filtered off

a)

30 mg/l

150 mg/l

PH value

6,5-8, 5

6.5-9.5

C.2 Inorganic parameters

Total antimony (ber. as Sb) and Arsen (ber. as As)

0.5 mg/l

b)

0.5 mg/l

b)

Arsenic

Ber. as As

0.05 kg/t

c)

0.05 kg/t

c)

Barium

Ber. as Ba

3.0 mg/l

3.0 mg/l

Lead

Ber. as Pb

0.5 mg/l

0.05 kg/t

(c) d)

0.5 mg/l

0.05 kg/t

(c) d)

Cadmium

Ber. as Cd

0.1 mg/l

e)

0.1 mg/l

e)

Total Chrome

Ber. as Cr

0.5 mg/l

f)

0.5 mg/l

f)

Copper

Ber. as Cu

0.5 mg/l

g)

0.5 mg/l

g)

Nickel

Ber. as Ni

0.5 mg/l

0.5 mg/l

Zinc

Ber. as Zn

2.0 mg/l

h)

2.0 mg/l

h)

Boron

Ber. as B

i)

i)

Total fluoride

Ber. as F

30 mg/l

j)

30 mg/l

j)

Total Phosphorus

Ber. as P

2.0 mg/l

-

Sulphate

Ber. as SO 4

3 000 mg/l

k)

l)

C.3 Organic parameters

Total org. . Carbon (TOC)

m)

45 mg/l

-

Chem. Oxygen demand (CSB)

Ber. as O 2

m)

130 mg/l

-

a)

The definition of the parameter to be filtered shall not be subject to the definition of the parameters which can be set down.

b)

The concentration of Arsen (ber. as an As) in the sum shall not exceed 0,3 mg/l.

c)

The emission limit for the specific cargo is to be specified in addition to the emission limit for the concentration; it refers to the installed capacity for hydrofluoric acid (calculated as HF) installed.

d)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l and a specific freight rate of 0.005 kg/tonne. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on lead glass and packaging glass, the lead parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l and a specific cargo of 0.03 kg/t.

e)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.05 mg/l shall be laid down for the cadmium parameter

f)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l shall be established for the total chromium parameter.

g)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the copper parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.3 mg/l.

h)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the zinc parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 0.5 mg/l.

i)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, the Bor parameter shall be subject to an emission limit of 3.0 mg/l. For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive and working on borosilicate glass, a limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the Bor parameter.

j)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, a maximum emission limit of 6.0 mg/l shall be established for the parameter fluoride-total.

k)

For establishments and installations carrying out an industrial activity referred to in Annex I to the IE Directive, an emission limit of 1 000 mg/l shall be laid down for the sulphate parameter.

l)

The emission limit is to be determined on a case-by-case basis with regard to the risk of corrosion for cement-bound materials in the sewage treatment and sewage treatment plant sector (ÖNORM B 2503: 2012 08 01).

m)

For the TOC and CSB parameters, the parameters for the parameters of biochemical oxygen demand are also determined. Either the TOC parameter or the CSB parameter can be used for the monitoring of the waste water quality.

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