Change The Dvo 2008

Original Language Title: Änderung der DVO 2008

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104. Ordinance of the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management, the DVO 2008 modifies the

On the basis of § 23 para 1 and 3 and 65 para 1 of the waste management act of 2002 (AWG 2002), Federal Law Gazette I no. 102/2002, Federal Law Gazette I no. 103/2013, is amended by the Federal Act in agreement with the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth prescribed:

The DVO 2008, Federal Law Gazette II No. 39/2008, last modified by regulation BGBl. II No 455/2011, is amended as follows:

1. in the table of contents, the following entry to the section 10a is inserted:



'Article 10a.



Teerhaltiger road departure"2. The following entry to § 47a is inserted in the table of contents:



"section 47a.



"Transitional provisions to the Act Federal Law Gazette II No. 104/2014 and accreditation" 3. In the table of contents is the entry to annex 4:



"Annex 4



Assessment of waste to landfill' 4. § 3 No. 1 is: "1. A batch of waste is a certain amount of waste, which as a whole is examined, assessed, assigned to a quality or whose Identität should be checked. "A batch of waste can be used as pile, as several pile or divided into one or more transport vehicles or other containers are available."

5. in article 3 after the Z 1 following Z 1a inserted: '1a.
A waste stream is a certain waste, which regularly falls production or waste treatment process with only slightly changing, waste-relevant process conditions (E.g. pressure, temperature, catalyst, dwell time under process conditions) and input materials for a waste producer from a defined Energieerzeugungs-, and has a consistent quality in relation to the limits of a certain specific compartments or concrete Kompartimentsabschnitts."

6 § 3 3 following Z 3a is inserted in to the Z: '3a.
An analysis result is a result of an analytical measurement that has gone through all the steps of quality assurance."

7 § 3 4 following fig. 4a is inserted in to the Z: '4a.
An excavation area is a distinct () field of any construction project that can be expected a similar quality of to lifting material."

8 paragraph 3 Z 9: "9 soil excavated material is material that accumulates by excavating or demolishing primarily naturally grown soil or underground - even after rearrangement -. The proportion of non-ground minerals, E.g. mineral rubble, may be in no more than five percent, which may share of organic non-soil constituents, such as plastics, wood, paper, etc., a total not more than a percent; These non-soil components must already exist before the excavation or dumping activity in the soil or underground. The soil excavated material can come from one or more locations, if the mixing ban is respected."

9. in section 3, the Z 16 and 37 are eliminated.

10 § 3 41 following Z 41a is inserted in to the Z: "41a.
(A non-contaminated soil excavated material is a ground excavation material, a) where apparently and on the basis of the existing information can be assumed, that there are no relevant strain or impurities and that is incurred on a site of pollutant-related events or a commercial (first) use, which suggest a possible contamination of the soil are known, or b) which comply after an analytical examination in accordance with annex 4 the limits for soil excavation dumps of annex 1 tables 1 and 2 and also When (uncapped) parameters in addition examined - in the wake of suspicion - no elevated levels of the pollutant has."

11. in section 3, the last sentence is omitted Z 57.

12 paragraph 3 Z 58: "58.
A result is a result of an analytical study of a particular field sample, which is formed from an analysis result or calculated as the arithmetic mean of several analysis results."

13 paragraph 3 Z 64: "64.
A recurring falling drop is a certain waste, which regularly falls production or waste treatment process at a waste producer from a defined Energieerzeugungs-, but can be fundamentally characterized due to known or to vermutender strong variations in the waste quality in relation to the limits of a certain specific compartments or actual Kompartimentsabschnitts rather than waste stream."

14. in section 5, subsection 4, 5 is the word in Z "and" replaced by a comma, at the end of the No. 6 "and" inserted and following Z 7 added: "7 covered road departure in accordance with the § 10a" 15 § 7 No. 7 lit. b is as follows:

"(b) in plastic wrapped asbestos waste in accordance with §10 and teerhaltiger road departure pursuant to sec. 10a"

16. after article 10, the following article 10a and heading is inserted:

"Teerhaltiger road departure

Article 10a. Teerhaltiger road departure or teerhaltiger roadbed must be stored off on residual material landfills under the following conditions without analytical studies: 1. it may exist apart from the tar, no other dangerous ingredients.

2. the installation locations are to focus in a possible small area of the landfill body in a certain part of the network's em square.

3. information on the situation of the locations pursuant to § 41 para 2 and 3 must be available during and after the landfill.

17 § 11 paragraph 6, second sentence, is:

"For non-contaminated soil excavated material and unpolluted technical bulk materials, whose dumping in landfill soil excavation is allowed, the indication of the specific compartments can be omitted, except it is believed an exemption pursuant to section 8 claim."

18. in article 16, paragraph 3, first sentence, is the phrase "no analytical examinations are required in accordance with article 13, paragraph 1, 3 and 5 for the basic characterization" replaced by "in accordance with §§ 10a or 13 par. 1, 3 and 5 for basic characterisation no analytical studies are required".

19 § 16 the following paragraph 9 is added:

"(9) is the holder of waste within the framework of the basic characterization or a conformity assessment of the authorized expert or specialist institution agreed that the limit values in accordance with the provisions of the investigation procedures of annex 4 are exceeded, he must immediately cease waste deliveries to specific compartments contained in the proof of the assessment or concrete Kompartimentsabschnitten and notify affected landfill owners limit exceeded."

20 according to § 47 the following section 47a and heading shall be inserted:

"Transitional provisions to the Act Federal Law Gazette II No. 104/2014 and accreditation"

Section 47a. (1) assessing evidence, which were valid at the time of entry into force of the amendment to the Federal Law Gazette II No. 104/2014, may be used until the end of their validity.

(2) assessments within the framework of the identity check and the landfill supervision and at the time of entry into force can amendment to Federal Law Gazette II No. 104 / 2014 started basic characterisation and compliance reviews, until the expiry of 30 June 2014 according to the provisions of this regulation before the entry into force of the amendment to the Federal Law Gazette II No. 104/2014 are implemented.

(3) by way of derogation to paragraphs 1 and 2, the provisions relating to the retention of samples from the entry into force of the amendment to the Federal Law Gazette shall apply II No. 104/2014.

(4) by way of derogation annex 4 analyses of samples allowed to part 1 Chapter 1 until expiry of the 31 December 2017 by authorised technical personnel or specialist institutions performed testing laboratories accredited for no are. In these cases, the authorized expert or specialist institution has making the vast number of analysis itself.

(5) by way of derogation annex 4 part 1 Chapter 1 may the assessment of excavated material in accordance with annex 4 part 2 Chapter 1.2. until expiry of the 31 December 2017 also by a person or institution be carried out, which has in-depth knowledge in the field of soil science (E.g. geologists, geotechnical engineers or technical offices of the Department of soil science; as a result soil scientist known as) , provided that the soil scientists also have in-depth knowledge of the Probenahmeplanung and implementation of sampling excavation material, practical experience of sampling excavation material and experience in the assessment of chemical test results of soil. In this case, the soil scientists has to draw the sample, to set the scope of the analysis for the individual samples and to carry out the assessment of the admissibility of the deposition. The analysis of samples can be carried out by an other, external authorised specialist or technical institution.

(6) by way of derogation annex 4 part 1 Chapter 1 may basic characterisation and compliance assessments until the end of 31 December 2019 by authorized experts and expert institutions be undertaken, which are not accredited inspection bodies."

21 paragraph 48 No. 3: "3. Directive 2008/98/EC on waste and repealing certain directives, OJ No. L 312 of November 22, 2008 page 3, as amended by the amending OJ "No. L 127 of May 26, 2009 S. 24;"

22 section 48 is added following Z 4: "4.

2011/97/EU directive to Directive 1999/31/EC in terms of specific criteria for the storage of metallic mercury roster as waste, OJ "L 328 of the 10.12.2011 S. 49."

23 the following paragraph 5 is added to § the 49:

"(5) the long title, the table of contents, § 3 No. 1, 1a, 3a, 4a, 9, 41a, 58 and 64, § 5 para 4 No. 5 to 7, § 7 Z 7 lit." b, Article 10a including heading, § 11 para 6 second sentence, § 16 par. 9, § 47a together with heading, § 48 Nos. 3 and 4, § 49 para 5, annex 1 General, annex 3, Chapter 1.3., 2.2., 3.2., 4.1., 4.2., 4.3, 4.4, 5.2. and annex 4 in the version of regulation BGBl. No. 104/2014 II with the first month following the proclamation into force. At the same time kick last sentence in force at that time, except force. § 3 Z 16, 37 and 57"

24. in annex 1 Chapter General of the second paragraph is:

"Waste may be accepted in all Deponie(unter)Klassen without examination of BTEX, POX and PCB (as total content), as well as anionic surfactants in the eluate and deposited, if there is no reason to suspect contamination."

25. in annex 3, Chapter 1.3. the phrase is in the text after the heading "according to ÖNORM B 4401-3"earthwork and foundation engineering; " Exploring Schürfe and drilling and sampling; Logging ", issued on November 1, 1985,".

26 in annex, the phrase is in the table 3 Chapter 1.3. "ÖNORM EN ISO 22475-1" geotechnical exploration and study sample collection procedures and groundwater measurements - part 1: technical basics of execution (ISO 22475-1:2006) ", issued on December 1, 2006" replaced by the phrase "ÖNORM B 4400-1" Geotechnical Engineering, part 1: designation, description and classification of soils ", issued on March 15, 2010"

27. in annex 3, Chapter 2.2. lit. a first sentence replaces the phrase "issued on June 1, 2006" "issued on July 1, 2011".

28. in annex 3, Chapter 2.2. lit. b, first sentence, is the phrase "ÖNORM S 2076-1" landfills - liners of plastic - laying ", issued on October 1, 1999" replaced by the phrase "ÖNORM S 2076-1"landfills - sealing systems with waterproofing plastic - part 1: laying", issued on May 1, 2009".

29. in annex 3, Chapter 2.2. lit. c third sentence is the word sequence "ÖNORM S 2076-2"Landfills - geotextile protective systems - part 2: System requirements and installation conditions, issued on 1 June 2006"replaced by the phrase" ÖNORM S 2076-2 "landfills - seal systems of liners of plastic - part 2: System requirements and installation conditions for geotextile protective layers", issued on October 15, 2011 "."

30. in annex 3, Chapter 3.2. lit. the phrase is a "DIN 4266-1" drainage pipes for landfills of PVC-U, HDPE and PP; "" "Requirements, audits and monitoring", issued in January 1992"replaced by the phrase" DIN 4266-1 "drainage pipes for landfills - part 1: drainage pipes made of PE and PP", issued in November 2011".

31. in annex 3, Chapter 3.2. lit. h is the phrase "ÖNORM B 2503"complementary multichannel systems - guidelines for planning, execution and testing", issued on December 1, 2004" replaced by the phrase "ÖNORM B 2503"Channel systems - planning, design, testing, operation", issued on August 1, 2012".

32. in annex 3, Chapter 4.1., first sentence, the phrase is "ÖNORM B 4400"earthwork and foundation engineering; " Soil classification for civil purposes and methods for the detection of soil groups", issued on 1 November 1978" replaced by the phrase "ÖNORM B 4400-1" Geotechnical Engineering, part 1: designation, description and classification of soils ", issued on March 15, 2010".

33. in annex 3, Chapter 4.2. lit. c replaced the phrase "issued on January 1, 2005" with "issued on December 1, 2011".

34. in annex 3, Chapter 4.3. lit. c third movement is the phrase "unless the requirements of ÖNORM S 2081-"part 1 landfills - Geosynthetischen clay liners - 1: requirements and test methods", issued on June 1, 2006, and Austrian standard ÖNORM S 2081-2" dumps - Geosynthetische clay liners - part 2: replaced by the phrase "be laying, issued on September 1, 2004, complied with." "unless the requirements of ÖNORM S 2081-1"landfills - sealing systems with geosynthetic clay liners (GBR-C) - part 1 " : Requirements and tests", issued on August 1, 2011, and Austrian standard ÖNORM S 2081-2"landfills - sealing systems with geosynthetic clay liners (GBR-C) - part 2: "be laying, issued on July 1, 2011, complied with.".

35. in annex 3, Chapter 4.4. lit. b third sentence replaced the phrase "issued on January 1, 2005" with "issued on December 1, 2011".

36. in annex 3, Chapter 5.2. lit. c is the phrase "ÖNORM S 2076-1" landfills - liners of plastic - laying ", issued on October 1, 1999" replaced by the phrase "ÖNORM S 2076-1"landfills - sealing systems with waterproofing plastic - part 1: laying", issued on May 1, 2009".

37. Annex 4 is as follows:

"Annex 4

Assessment of waste to landfill

Part 1

General requirements

 



1.



General information



2.



Probenahmeplanung



3.



Sampling



4.



Parameter scope



5.



Digestion -, Auslaug -, and determination methods



5.1.



Pulping and leaching methods



5.2.



Methods of determination



6.



Assessment values and variability



7.



Limit near field, tolerance range, and values



8.



Change or addition of specific compartments



9.



Reserve samples



10.



Assessment evidence 1.              General information

This Annex specifies the requirements the basic characterisation and compliance evaluation of waste to the assessment of the admissibility of the deposition in landfills, requirements for identity checks and the checks by the landfill supervisors. The targets of the investigation procedures (in particular assessment standards, number parameter scope to be partial quantities, number of qualified samples per subset,) constitute minimum requirements; the external authorised expert or specialist institution has incorporated these requirements to increase, if otherwise not secured results are to be expected.

The waste must be examined in the same condition and assessed how it should be stored (eg to end screening).

Based on the waste information pursuant to § 16 para 1 - the collection and evaluation of information required in accordance with the section 4 of the regulation, to make the implementation of sampling and - the assessments and conclusions by the same external authorised expert or specialist institution which is accredited as an inspection body, - the elaboration of a Probenahmeplans - for the basic characterization or compliance reviews of a waste.

The authorized expert or specialist institution can perform either the analyses of the samples as accredited testing and inspection body itself, if the required determination methods are included in the scope of their accreditation, or the analyses are to forgive in the Sub order on their own account to an inspection body for accredited. Sub jobs is to ensure that all information needed to interpret of the analysis results are available the inspection body for assessors and the analyzed test centres. The overall responsibility for the evaluation evidence is to be borne by the inspection body.

Authorised specialists or specialist institutions must upload the analysis results obtained by them for the assessment evidence in the way of the register according to section 22 para 1 AWG 2002. section 41a shall apply.

 

2. Probenahmeplanung

On the basis of waste information in accordance with article 16, paragraph 1, as well as any other preliminary investigations is through the external authorised expert or specialist institution before the sampling to create a sampling plan and sign. The minimum content of an Probenahmeplans - derived from the key elements of ÖNORM EN 14899 "Characterization of waste - waste - sampling frame for the creation and application of a Probenahmeplans", issued on February 1, 2006 - are set for the individual examination procedures in part 2. As the key parameter, limit value-related and relevant parameters must be set and appropriately examined in waste streams.

If a distribution set is randomly to be samples end up to days in a quarter in the wake of conformity assessment in waste streams, E.g. the distribution of each Annex B of the ÖNORM 2127 is S "Fundamental characterization of waste heaps or solid waste containers and transport vehicles", issued November 1, 2011, to apply. The digits of starting, that random numbers were determined, shall be documented in the sampling plan. The Probenahmeplanung with support is carried out by the electronic data management, the required random numbers are generated by the EDM software.

In the course of the Probenahmeplanung is to check parts of characterising waste separately to capture and assess, to prevent that the acceptance criteria of specific compartments maintained only through the joint acquisition of different qualities of waste (compliance with the prohibition of mixing).

 

3. sampling


After the completion of the Probenahmeplans, sampling by the external authorised expert or specialist institution is making. For each qualified sample to the samples - distributed as evenly as possible - the corresponding subset of waste characterization to be drawn from.

Especially in excavated material is sure that it can come by sampling itself to any spread of possible contamination, if necessary is to modify the sampling plan according to.

In the case of a permitted rejuvenation of the test sample is to ensure that the tapered volume of sample is representative of the original sample.

After sampling a Probenahmeprotokoll spot is the sampler to create. The sampler has to confirm the proper execution of sampling in accordance with the provisions of this regulation by his signature on the Probenahmeprotokoll.

 

4. parameter size

The parameters of table 1 are basically to investigate. For the initial examination of excavation material according to the specifications of part 2 are to examine the parameters of table 2.

 

Table 1: parameter scope full analysis



Content in the solids (total contents)



Antimony (as SB)



Molybdenum (as MO)



TOC (as C)



Arsenic (as)



Nickel (as NI)



BTEX 3)



Barium (as BA)



Mercury (as Hg)



POX (as CL) 3)



Lead (as Pb)



Selenium (as SE)



Hydrocarbon index



Cadmium (as CD)



Silver (as AG)



PAK (according to EPA) 1)



Chromium total (as CR)



Vanadium (as V)



PAHs (benzo [a] pyrene)



Cobalt (as co)



Zinc (as Zn)



(PCBs (7 links) 2) 3)



Copper (as Cu)



Tin (as SN)



Säureneutralisierungskapazität4)



Levels in the eluate



Ph



Chromium VI (as CR) 5)



Ammonium (as N)



electrical conductivity



Cobalt (as co)



Chloride (as CL)



Evaporation residue



Iron (as Fe)



Cyanide, easily freisetzbar (as CN)



Copper (as Cu)



Fluoride (as F)



Aluminium (as Al)



Molybdenum (as MO)



Nitrate (as N)



Antimony (as SB)



Nickel (as NI)



Nitrite (as N)



Arsenic (as)



Mercury (as Hg)



Phosphate (a P)



Barium (as BA)



Selenium (as SE)



Sulphate (as SO4)



Lead (as Pb)



Silver (as AG)



Boron (as B)



Vanadium



TOC (as C)



Cadmium (as CD)



Zinc (as Zn)



EOX (as CL) / AOX as (CL)



Chromium total (as CR)



Tin (as SN)



Hydrocarbon index



anion-active surfactants (as MBAS) 3)



Phenol index table 2: parameter scope initial analysis of soil



Content in the solids (total contents)



Arsenic (as)



Nickel (as NI)



POX (as CL) 3)



Lead (as Pb)



Mercury (as Hg)



Hydrocarbon index



Cadmium (as CD)



Zinc (as Zn)



PAK (according to EPA) 1)



Chromium total (as CR)



PAHs (benzo [a] pyrene)



Cobalt (as co)



TOC (as C)



(PCBs (7 links) 2) 3)



Copper (as Cu)



BTEX 3)



Levels in the eluate



Ph



Cobalt (as co)



Ammonium (as N)



electrical conductivity



Iron (as Fe)



Cyanide, easily freisetzbar (as CN)



Evaporation residue



Copper (as Cu)



Fluoride (as F)



Molybdenum (as MO)



Nitrate (as N)



Aluminium (as Al)



Nickel (as NI)



Nitrite (as N)



Antimony (as SB)



Mercury (as Hg)



Phosphate (a P)



Arsenic (as)



Selenium (as SE)



Sulphate (as SO4)



Barium (as BA)



Silver (as AG)



Lead (as Pb)



Zinc (as Zn)



TOC (as C)



Cadmium (as CD)



Tin (as SN)



EOX (as CL) / AOX (as CL)



Chromium total (as CR)



Hydrocarbon index



anion-active surfactants (as MBAS) 3)



Phenol index 1) for the determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, the sum of the 16 PAHs is according to EPA (naphthalene, Acenaphthylene, Acenaphthene, Fluorene, Phenanthrene, anthracene, fluoranthene, pyrene, Benz(a)anthracen, Chrysene, benzo(b)-, and benzo(k)fluoranthen, standardised Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyren, Dibenz(a,h)anthracen and benzo(g,h,i)perylen) to determine.)

(2) for the determination of the sum of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), the sum of the following seven connections is to identify: PCB 28, PCB 52, PCB 101, PCB 118, PCB 138, PCB 153 and PCB 180.

(3) on the determination of BTEX, POX and PCBs as total content as well as anionic surfactants in the eluate can be omitted if external authorised expert or specialist institution can be established that there is no suspicion of contamination with the respective substances due to the origin of the waste or the process of waste.

To determine waste that II apply pursuant to section 4 of the waste directory regulation, Federal Law Gazette No. 570/2003, as amended (idgF), as dangerous, 4) excluding excavation material gem. § 4 para 4.

(5) on the determination of hexavalent Chromium in the eluate (as CR) can be omitted in a field sample, if the investigation result of the parameter total (as CR) chromium in the eluate of same field sample already complies with the limit for hexavalent Chromium.

 

Wastes from the mechanical biological treatment are to investigate further: - condensing, - respiratory activity after four days (AT4) and the gas donation in incubation experiments after 21 days (GS21) or the formation of gas in the fermentation test after 21 days (GB21).



Determine additional parameters if due to the preliminary investigations, previous knowledge or based on observations in the course of sampling to assume is that a waste contains relevant quantities of dangerous pollutants or dangerous compounds, such as CFCS, dioxins, organophosphorus compounds or pesticides that are not limited in the respective Deponie(unter)Klasse or in the specific compartment or listed in table 1 or 2 , these parameters are in addition to investigate.

For the classification of these parameters in limit-relevant, critical or non-critical parameters for detailed investigations, as well as for the assessment of the admissibility of the deposition (in particular the behavior of landfill) limit or guideline values from other rules and regulations (E.g., laws and regulations, standards, technical guidelines) cannot be accessed by analogy. In assessing the behavior of the landfill, the limit values are to be considered higher-quality Deponie(unter)Klassen.

 

5. information -, Auslaug - and determination methods

Unless otherwise stated, is the analytical investigation of field samples in a waste survey without conducting screening of coarse fraction after any crushing. There are here given fusion, to apply Auslaug - and methods of determination.

Parameters are to examine, for in this annex, no digestion -, Auslaug - and determination methods are provided, corresponding methods in accordance with the State of the art from other areas are to be used.

Test results may be rounded only on the number of significant digits specified in the determination method. If no determination of the number of significant digits in the method, test results on two significant digits are round. Not again rounded when compared with the limits. An outlier elimination of analysis results from different samples of same field sample is allowed, and the Elimination of outliers in accordance with if there are at least six analysis results from six different samples of this field trial of the outlier test procedure after Dixon (DIN 53804-1 "statistical evaluation - part 1: continuous characteristics", issued in April 2002, as amended by DIN 53804-1 Corrigendum 1 "corrigenda to DIN 53804-1:2002 04", issued in June 2003) is allowed. There are in addition to the highest value also the lowest or with the Elimination of two values the two lowest results to check whether they represent outliers, and, where appropriate, to eliminate.

Test results for the field test results as the arithmetic mean of all remaining after the Elimination of outlier analysis results.

The selected purification -, information -, Auslaug - and determination methods are set for each analytical investigation and documented in the analysis report, together with the identification and detection limit for each studied parameter. Upon request, there is also the uncertainty to specify.

5.1. information - and leaching methods

Sample preparation and the choice of the information - and leaching methods is sure the analysis results are not distorted by interference effects such as adsorption on the filter material, matrix effects, interference or cross sensitivities.

The production of samples (test quantities) from the laboratory sample has issued "Characterization of waste - producing quantities of test from the laboratory sample", according to ÖNORM EN 15002 on April 1, 2006, must be.

The mobilisable with aqua regia digestion levels of metals and Semimetals are considered content in the solids. For the determination of the content in the solids is below unless else is determined, the total fraction of waste - in case of need after crushing - an acid digestion according to the - ÖNORM EN 13657 "Characterization of waste - digestion for subsequent determination of aqua regia soluble proportion of elements in waste", issued on 1 December 2002,.


to undergo, and to ensure is that there is no substance loss of the elements to be determined in the eventual formation of volatile compounds. Similarly, it is make sure that it does not lead contamination to erroneous results.

The elution has the - ÖNORM en 12457-4 "Characterization of waste - leaching - compliance examination for the leaching of granular wastes and sludges - part 4: single-stage shaking procedures with a liquid / solid material ratio of 10 l / kg for materials with a particle size below 10 mm (without or with grain size reduction)", issued on January 1, 2003, from the total fraction of waste to be carried out. A crushing is to make, if it is necessary for the sampling or conducting the examination, or the grain size of waste over 10 mm. The waste must not be ground. The grain falling in the crushing is to mix the sample. For the determination of organic ingredients in the eluate (including TOC), the separation of solid and liquid must be done exclusively by centrifugation. So long to centrifuge, until a possible clear supernatant obtained. The turbidity of the Zentrifugates is according to ÖNORM EN ISO 7027 "water quality - determination of turbidity (ISO 7027:1999)" issued on May 1, 2000, to measure and to specify in the analysis report. The concentrations of dissolved materials are to determine the Zentrifugat accordance with the procedures of the waste and water analysis.

If applicable, the following standards to be applied are:-ÖNORM EN 14997 "characterization of waste - investigation of leaching behaviour - influence of pH on the leaching process in continuous pH control", issued on April 1, 2007, or ÖNORM CEN / TS 14429 "characterization of waste - investigation of leaching behaviour - influence of pH under previous acid/base addition", issued on January 1, 2006;

-ÖNORM CEN / TS 14405 "characterization of waste - leaching behaviour - percolation test in the upward flow (under specific conditions), issued on 1 August 2004, or DIN CEN/TS 19528"Elution of solids - percolation process for the joint investigation of the leaching of inorganic and organic substances";" issued on January 1, 2009;

-ÖNORM CEN / TS 15364 "characterization of waste - investigation of leaching behaviour - verification of acid - and base neutralization capacity", issued on June 1, 2006.

5.2. methods of determination

There are following methods to apply: - ÖNORM EN 14346 "Characterization of waste - calculation of dry matter by determination of dry residue and water content", issued on March 1, 2007 - ÖNORM EN 16192 "Characterization of waste - analysis of Eluates", issued on 1 February 2012 - ÖNORM EN 12879 "Characterization of sludge - determination of ignition loss of dry matter", issued on 1 December 2000 - ÖNORM EN 13137 "characterization of waste - determination of total organic carbon (TOC) in waste ", Sludges and sediments", issued on December 1, 2001 - ÖNORM EN 16023 "Characterization of waste - determination of the value and calculation of calorific value", 2nd draft issued on March 1, 2012, with the following exceptions for determining the value of burning waste from the mechanical biological treatment of waste: 1. temperature of drying: drying up to a maximum of 105 ° C (+-2 ° C) allowed.

2. grain size: for determining the value of burning the particle size of the sample material must be 1 000 mg / kg DM

40% for parameter > 100 mg / kg DM ≤ 1 000 mg / kg DM

60% for parameters > 10 mg / kg DM ≤ 100 mg / kg DM

65% for parameter > 1 mg / kg DM ≤ 10 mg / kg DM

70% for parameter ≤ 1 mg / kg DM

20% for conductance

50% for the stability parameters

600 kJ/kg DM for the energy value

 

8 change or addition of specific compartments

Set in the framework of the basic characterization or the conformity assessment to another or an additional specific compartment are turned off, so is to check whether the investigations so far are sufficient (in particular parameter classification and investigation of individual parameters) from an external authorised specialist or technical Institute.

The investigations are sufficient and the admissibility of the deposition is given accordingly amended assessment evidence may be issued. The waste in terms of the new concrete compartments is the investigations so far are not sufficient to characterize new fundamental.

 

9 samples

Each drawn qualified sample is to take a sample and to be kept at least one year after the signing of the respective proof of assessment, unless nothing else is set in the annex 4 part 2.

 

10 assessment documents

Assessment evidence has the planning, clear and comprehensible to document implementation, results, and conclusions of basic characterization or conformity assessment and shall at least contain: 1 unique ID 2. unique identifiers of all previous evidence of assessment to the same waste (E.g. for excavation materials of large construction projects, recurring accumulated waste or waste streams) 3. name and address of the external expert or specialist institution, date of issue and validity of assessment evidence authorized and if assessment evidence not electronically AWG 2002 was created by way of the register according to § 22 stamp and Signature 4. summary, basic information on the waste 5. waste owners and producers of waste or municipal waste the waste collector or by municipalities, provided that available with GLN 6 assessed total mass in kg, and regularly arising waste the actual year seizure quantity of the previous year and the estimated annual seizure volume of the current year 7 type of waste according to annex 5 and annex 2 of the directory directive in its current version 8 outer impression of waste (E.g. color , Smell, physical state, consistency) and information about the homogeneity of the waste 9 attack places if available with GLN, and kind of formation type and origin of any contamination 11 information concerning the recoverability of waste 12 information about already undertaken waste treatments 13 Aussagekräftige(s) photo (s) of the assessed material and the Probenahmeortes 14 authorised waste information on the external expert or specialist institution authorised 16 expert or specialist institution of 15 Probenahmebericht (including sampling and Probenahmeprotokoll) including relevant preliminary investigations, as well as including any adjustments by the external.
Indication of the applied investigation proceedings pursuant to part 2 17 disposition of the parameter (limit-relevant, relevant, uncritically) 18 findings of each parameter for all field samples analysed in accordance with the requirements of annex 4 with explicit reference to the respective subset of waste characterization; in outsourcing by Analysis Services, the analysis reports of the respective laboratories are to settle 19.
If test results from multiple analysis results were determined: these analysis results as well as indicating whether an outlier elimination was conducted 20 applied ascertain -, information -, Auslaug - and 21 destination determination methods and detection limits for each studied parameter 22 traceable calculation and clear presentation of all assessment values and comparison with the relevant border and if exceeded the tolerance values 23 limit value compliance assessment for all values of the evaluation and assessment of the admissibility of the deposition (in particular compliance with the limit values , Admissibility of the deposit in accordance with articles 5 to 10 and the behavior of landfill) for the deposit on a low day landfill specifying the relevant hazardous properties in accordance with Appendix 3 of the waste directory regulation 25 as amended, if necessary, additional to be arrangements for transport and deposition, such as dusting or fine-grained, muddy or Pasty wastes in addition have the evaluation evidence supporting a waste stream (according to part 2, Chapter 3.9 table 7) and for the mechanical biological treatment of waste , as a waste stream of characterization of a basic or compliance reviews are subjected, to include the following: 26 Abfallrelevante information about the process, in which the waste (litigation, characteristic properties of the input materials, and specification of other waste in this process) and - if the assessment only for certain process conditions apply - specifying this process conditions 27 reasons consistent quality exists or can be expected and the accumulating waste as waste stream be investigated may 28.
At an annual seizure quantity greater than 10 000 tonnes the percolation test and testing the pH-dependence of 29 results.

Short - and long-term variability of the assessment values of relevant and limit-relevant parameters and their assessment and waste from the mechanical biological treatment, which are subjected to as a waste stream of a basic characterization or compliance assessments, the assessment values and variability upgraded table 8 and whose assessment 30 guidelines and bases for the Probenahmeplanung of the immediately following assessment year in basic and in each pursuant to part 2, Chapter 4.1 basic assessment certificate (E.g. estimated annual seizure quantity of the following year , Number and date of the investigations, starting digits of random distribution, parameter classification) assessment evidence has to contain further following comprehensible reasons and acknowledgments of external authorised specialist or technical Institute: 31 confirmation of admissibility of the deposition on one or more specific compartments or concrete Kompartimentsabschnitten or not contaminated soil excavation material or not contaminated technical bulk material, whose deposition on soil excavated landfill is permitted, on one or more Deponie(unter)Klassen 32. reason - if applicable - for the appearance of the study of organic parameters (POX , BTEX, PCBs, anionic surfactants in accordance with Chapter 4) 33. confirmation that the waste is not covered by the landfill bans in accordance with § 7 and at a lower day landfill in accordance with annex 6 Chapter 2.1 34.
The proof, that the waste in the landfill case as amended, has no risk-relevant properties in accordance with Appendix 3 of the waste directory regulation; the assessment of the criteria of H1 to H3 and H12 to H14 of the Appendix 3 the directory directive as amended is implicitly included in the assessment of the admissibility of the deposition; for those wastes, which are dangerous as amended according to the directory directive, is in addition an assessment to make, whether under landfill conditions according to the criteria of H4 hazards of this waste up to H11 35.
In the case of the use of higher limit values for concentrations in the solids (total contents) on the basis of geogenic background loads: confirmation and geological grounds, that the affected parameters is actually a geogenic background exposure 36.
37 can waste, for which in accordance with article 13, paragraph 1 Z 2 no representative sampling is possible, the rationale and the justification why the waste in the specific compartment are deposited.
To limit the scope of parameters in an excavation activity up to 200 t on the orders of the authority or a fundamental characterization of designated areas according to old loads Rehabilitation Act the confirmations and reasons in accordance with Chapter 1.3 and 1.4 of part 2 38.
Non-treated waste ÖNORMEN (as regards waste information to the authorized expert or specialist institution cited reason why confirmation that no evidence of a violation of the prohibition of mixing are 40. confirmation that any additional requirements, E.g. the maximum amount for the use of exceptions, complied the forms of the respective part 2 for the investigation was considered a waste treatment as not required , Probenahmeplanung, the Probenahmeprotokolls and the result lists) are to use, as well as to settle the assessment prove completely filled out and signed.

In an electronic system the above content in a structured format in a data bank processed to create a certificate of assessment must be communicated at least all data provided for in the respective forms. Electronically created assessment evidence entirely or partially in unstructured form (Word, pdf etc.) passed on (E.g. at the landfill operators), same order of the data fields as in the prescribed forms, as well as same grouping (E.g. waste information, sampling) is for the non-textured areas to comply with.

Electronic waste information according to § 16 para 5 and for electronic assessment statements in accordance with § 11 paragraph 6 by way of the register pursuant to § 2002 with the content contained in this chapter section 41a shall apply for 22 AWG in terms of typing, structuring, arrangement of data fields, and signature.

The sampling may not more than six months behind at the time of inspection by authorized expert or professional institution. The signing of the proof of assessment is made later than six months after the start of sampling, the authorized expert or specialist institution has to confirm that the situation present at the sampling time is unchanged.

 

Part 2

Investigation procedure

 



1.



ONCE WASTE



1.1.



General specifications for unique waste



1.2.



Basic characterization of excavated material prior to the excavation or dumping activity (in-situ)



1.3.



Basic characterization of excavated material after start of excavation or dumping activity (ex-situ)



1.4.



Basic characterization of designated areas according to old loads Rehabilitation Act



1.5.



Basic characterization of tunnel excavation material



1.6.



Basic characterization of track excavation materials before beginning the excavation or dumping activity



1.7.



Basic characterization of materials from railway construction after the start of excavation or dumping activity



1.8.



Basic characterization of other, once covered by waste



2.



RECURRING WASTE



2.1.



Scope recurring waste



2.2.



Basic characterization of recurring accumulated waste



2.3.



Conformity assessment of recurring accumulated waste



2.4.



Documentation for returning waste



3.



WASTE STREAMS



3.1.



Scope for waste streams



3.2.



General requirements for waste streams



3.3.



Implementation of the sampling of waste streams



3.4.



Test methods for

Waste streams up to 1 000 tons annual seizure volume

(small waste streams)



3.4.1.



Basic characterization for small waste streams (first year)



3.4.2.



Conformity assessment for small waste streams (second to eighth year)



3.4.3.



Calculation of the assessment values and variability for small waste streams



3.5.



Investigation on waste streams from more than 1 000 tonnes of annual seizure volume (large waste streams - quarter model)



3.5.1.



Basic characterization for large waste streams (first year)



3.5.2.



Conformity assessments for large waste streams (second to eighth year)



3.5.3.



Determination of the assessment values and variability for large waste streams



3.6.



Limit compliance and assessment of waste streams, procedure if the limit is exceeded



3.7.



Self-monitoring in conformity assessment of large waste streams from more than 50 000 tonnes per year (quarterly model IV)



3.8.



Change of study model for waste streams



3.9.



Documentation for waste streams



4.



WASTES FROM THE MECHANICAL BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT - MBA MODEL



4.1.



General specifications for the mechanical biological treatment of waste



4.2.



Basic characterisation



4.2.1.



First assessment (based on an equivalent of the week)



4.2.2.



Subsequent assessments for basic characterisation



4.2.3.



Basic assessment certificate



4.3.



Compliance assessments



4.4.



One-time wastes from the mechanical biological treatment



4.4.1.



General specifications



4.4.2.



Basic characterisation



5.



IDENTITY CONTROL



6.



CONTROL OF WASTE BY LANDFILL SUPERVISORY ORGAN



6.1.



Sampling the delivered waste



6.1.1.



Sampling of waste with the bulk of the assessment scale



6.1.2.



Selective sampling of delivered waste



6.2.



Sampling of accepted or deposited waste according to § 42 para 5



6.2.1.



Selective sampling of accepted or deposited waste



6.2.2.



Areal sampling of deposited waste 1.               ONCE WASTE

 

1.1. General requirements for unique waste

Excavation materials, outbreak of tunnel and track excavation materials and other, one-time waste from harvesting -, production or waste treatment processes covered by unique waste.

Sampling before the start of the excavations and decontamination activities carried out (in-situ) according to Chapter 1.2 (for excavation material) or 1.6 (for track excavation material) is basically a fundamental characterization of excavated material and track excavation material. By way of derogation from this excavation materials can especially small-scale or hard localizable contaminants or impurities that become evident in the course of the excavation, are separately unearthed, fundamentally characterized in accordance with Chapter 1.3. ex-situ.

Not contaminated soil excavation material that complies with the requirements of § 13 para 1 No. 3 for small quantities, may on any Deponie(unter)Klasse without analytical investigation deposited will.


Deposition of excavation, tunnel outbreak or track excavation material according to the requirements of this annex in a ground excavation landfill is permitted, this material also on an inert waste landfill or in a landfill for non-hazardous waste without further investigation may be deposited. The same applies to material, whose dumping is allowed with regard to the deposit on a landfill for non-hazardous waste and for material, whose dumping is allowed with regard to the deposit to a residual substance or mass waste landfill on a building rest mass landfill on an inert landfill. The assignment of wastes to a Deponie(unter)Klasse must be made in accordance with article 5.

The limits of column II, Appendix 1, table 1 apply to geogenic background levels in the solids (total contents) for the deposition of excavation, tunnel breakout track excavation materials or other soil constituents on a ground excavation landfill. No limit applies to inert waste, rubble, residue, or mass waste landfill, however no dangerousness criterion according to the directory directive must be as amended fulfilled. Assessment evidence must include confirmation of the authorized expert or specialist institution, that the relevant parameters are actually geogenic background levels and a geological/technical justification.

 

1.2. Basic characterization of excavated material prior to the excavation or dumping activity (in-situ)

 

The basic characterization of excavated material prior to the excavation or dumping activity (in-situ) is "Characterization of excavated material prior to the excavation or decontamination activities", issued on December 1, 2010, with the requirements laid down in this annex (in particular the scope of the parameters and limits), making additions and amendments in accordance with ÖNORM S 2126.

Initial examination

For the initial examination in accordance with ÖNORM S 2126 defines the maximum assessment scale the following table depending on the respective category of excavation, the minimum number for winning qualified samples (qSP), the parameter range, the limits, and the associated Deponie(unter)Klassen after the initial examination.