Waste Combustion Regulation (Avv Novella 2013)

Original Language Title: Änderung der Abfallverbrennungsverordnung (AVV-Novelle 2013)

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135. Regulation of the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management and the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth, waste combustion regulation modifies the (AVV Novella 2013)

Due to 1 § 82 par. 1 of the Gewerbeordnung 1994 - GewO 1994, BGBl. No. 194, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 85/2012, and 2. the §§ 4 para 3 and 4, 9 par. of 7, 13 para of 2, 14 para of 8, 15 paragraph of 6 and 17 para 2 of emission protection law for boiler installations - EC-K, Federal Law Gazette I no. 150/2004, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette II No. 153/2011 , which is used by the Federal Ministry of economy, family and youth in agreement with the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management, on the basis of 3. sections 23 and 65 of the waste management act of 2002 (AWG 2002), Federal Law Gazette I no. 102, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 35/2012, and 4 of § 59a of the water law of 1959 - WRG 1959, BGBl. No. 215, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 14/2011 , by the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management in consultation with the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth and on the basis of 5 which I no. 102, I no. 35/2012, is amended by the Federal Act Federal Law Gazette sections 4 and 5 of the waste management act of 2002 (AWG 2002), Federal Law Gazette of the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and prescribed water management: the waste combustion Regulation (GCU) , Federal Law Gazette II No. 389/2002, as last amended by regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 476/2010, is amended as follows:

1. the promulgation clause is as follows:

"Due to 1 of sections 23 and 65 of the waste management act of 2002 (AWG 2002), Federal Law Gazette I no. 102, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 35/2012, is by the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management in consultation with the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth, 2. § 82 par. 1 of the Gewerbeordnung 1994 - GewO 1994, BGBl. No. 194, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 85/2012" , 4 para of 3 and 4, 9 par. of 7, 13 para of 2, 14 para of 8, 15 paragraph 6, 16 paragraph 8 and 17 is by the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth in agreement with the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management, 3 of § 3 para 4, para. 2 of the emission protection law for boiler installations - EC-K, Federal Law Gazette I no. 150 / 2004, last amended by Federal Law Gazette II No. 153 / 2011 , WRG is edited by the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth in agreement with the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management, 4 of section 59a of the water law of 1959 - 1959, BGBl. No. 215, by Federal Law Gazette I no. 14/2011, is by the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management in consultation with the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth and 5 of § § 4 and 5 of the waste management act of 2002 (AWG 2002) ", Federal Law Gazette I no. 102, last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 35/2012, is by the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management prescribed:" 2. in article 2, paragraph 1 the word "where" the phrase "solid or liquid" inserted.

3. in section 2 be inserted after paragraph 1 following paragraph 1a and 1B:

"(1a) this regulation does not apply for gasification or pyrolysis plants, if the gases generated during the thermal treatment of waste, be cleaned before their incineration so far, that they not be regarded as waste and can cause no higher emissions than incurred during the combustion of natural gas. The purified gases must comply with the limit values according to annex 10.

(1B) other processes as the oxidation, such as such as pyrolysis, gasification or plasma processes are carried out for the thermal treatment of waste, so the incineration plant or co-incineration plant must include both the process of thermal treatment and the subsequent burning process. "

4. § 2 the following paragraph 5 is added:

"(5) incineration plants and co-incineration plants include all incineration lines or with incineration lines, the reception and storage of waste, the before treatment facilities on the grounds, the waste -, fuel - and air supply system, the boiler, the exhaust treatment systems, the plants currently on the site for the treatment and storage of residues and waste water, the chimneys, the devices and systems for controlling incineration or co combustion processes and for recording and monitoring the incineration or co combustion conditions."

5. paragraph 3 No. 7: "7 assessment value: value that checks on the basis of the limits;"

6 § 3 Z 24 is: "24 hazardous waste: waste in accordance with a regulation according to § 4 AWG 2002;"

7. in section 3, 26 following Z 26a is inserted after Z: "26a.
"Annual mean: the arithmetic mean of the daily average values over one calendar year;"

8 § 3 Z 33 is: "33. co-incineration plant: any stationary or mobile technical unit, principally intended for the generation of energy or production of material products exists and uses waste as a regular or additional fuel or in regard to the Elimination of thermally is treated by means of incineration by oxidation of waste and other thermal treatment processes such as pyrolysis, gasification and plasma processes, if the substances resulting from the treatment are subsequently incinerated." If co-incineration is such, that is the main purpose of the plant is not in producing energy or production of material products, but in the thermal treatment of waste, the plant is considered as incineration plant;"

9 paragraph 3 Z 34: "34. rated capacity: the sum of the specified by the manufacturer and approved by the facility holder incineration capacity of all lines of a combustion or co-incineration plant, with the calorific value of the waste, expressed as the quantity of waste incinerated per hour, be taken into account;"

10. in section 3, 40 following Z 40a is inserted after Z: "40a.
"Chimney: a structure that has one or more channels, derive about the exhaust fumes in the air"

11. in § 3 Z 44 is "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15403"solid recovered fuels — determination of the ash content", issued on December 1, 2006," replaced with the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15403"solid recovered fuels - determination of ash content", issued on May 15, 2011," the phrase.

12 § 3 Z 45 is: "45. combustion system: any stationary or mobile technical unit or equipment, the to the thermal treatment of wastes with or without the use of heat of combustion by means of incineration by oxidation of waste and other thermal treatment processes such as pyrolysis, gasification and plasma processes is used, if the substances resulting from the treatment are subsequently incinerated"

13. in article 5, paragraph 1 4 following Z be inserted after Z 4a and 4B: '4a.
the limit values for emissions into the air and into the water;

"4. the requirements for pH, temperature and the waste water volume per unit of time;"

14 § 6 para 3 No. 2 is: "2. physical properties;"

15 § 9 para 6 second to fourth movement are following sentence replaced with:

"A continuous Mercury measurement you can omit also if the assessment values for emissions related be demonstrably not more than 0.01 mg / m3, in the air on the for the respective incineration or co-incineration plant in accordance with Appendix 1 or 2 fixed oxygen,."

16. the section 9 be attached following paras 12 and 13:

"(12) the authority may, in approving the frequency of measurements for heavy metals other than mercury, to a measurement every two years and for dioxins and furans to an annual measurement reduce if the emissions from the incineration or combustion of waste amount to less than 50% of the emission limit values, or only non-hazardous fuels (with) be burned."

(13) the emission concentration at the standard percentage of oxygen concentration must be calculated in accordance with Annex 11."

17 paragraph 10 section 4:

"(4) registering emissions measuring and evaluation systems need to be calibrated in the acceptance test and then every three years. The calibration has issued according to ÖNORM EN 14181, on September 1, 2004, to be carried out. The measurement uncertainties are determined by the calibration with the value of the confidence interval of 95% must not exceed the following percentages of the emission limit values:

 



Carbon monoxide:



10%



Sulphur dioxide:



20%



Nitrogen oxides:



20%



Shaped dust emissions:



30%



Organic total carbon:



30%



Hydrogen chloride:



40%



Hydrogen fluoride:



40%



Mercury:



40% per year must be carried out a function test according to ÖNORM EN 14181 at registering emission measuring devices."

18 § 11a paragraph 2 No. 5 lit. d: "d) hazardous waste: risk-relevant properties;" physical properties and chemical composition, and other information insofar as this is necessary to evaluate the suitability for the intended incineration process; Substances with which the waste anyway, not shall be mixed, and precautions to be taken in handling the waste;"

19 paragraph 12 paragraph 1:


"(1) the measurement results the assessment value must be calculated. Continuous measurement, the assessment value from half hour mean values which are determined within the effective operating time (excluding arrival and departure operations) after deduction of confidence interval of 95% in accordance with § 10 section 4 specific calibration, must be determined for discontinuous measurements from the arithmetic mean of at least three individual readings, taking into account the error bandwidth according to annex 4. The daily average must be calculated on the basis of the assessment values. related to the oxygen content laid down for the particular incineration or co-incineration plant"

20 paragraph 12 paragraph 3:

"(3) in the case of discontinuous measurements the emission limit value is complied, if the assessment value does not exceed the emission limit value in accordance with Appendix 1 or 2."

The following paragraph 5 is added to § 21 12:

"The emission limit value (5) is a continuous Mercury measurement is performed, applies by way of derogation to paragraph 2 as having been observed, if more than 10% of the half-hourly average values and 5% of the daily average values (assessment values) exceed the emission limit values referred to in Schedule 1 or 2, where no daily average value of assessment based on the for the respective incineration or co-incineration plant in accordance with Appendix 1 or 2 fixed oxygen, is more than 0.05 mg / m³,."

22. in paragraph 14, according to paragraph 3, the following paragraph 3a is inserted:

"(3a) exceeded the total emission limit value for the annual average for mercury and its compounds in annex 2 section 2.1a, the cement manufacturing plant operate notwithstanding further to para 2 and 3 for a period of not more than one calendar year, unless the system owner can prove that this crossing due to the raw material originated, and presents a measure concept to avoid further transgressions of the year mean for mercury. This exception must be used only once."

23. the section 17 be added following paragraph 5 to 7:

"(5) ash and ash from power plants, which are subject to the requirements of Annex 8 of Chapter 1.2 and in which only waste with a proof of assessment in accordance with Annex 8 chapter 2.12 are burned, to associate the key number 31305"Coal ash"are.

(6) ash and ash from other co-incineration plants, which are subject to the requirements of Annex 8 of Chapter 1.3 and in which only waste with a proof of assessment in accordance with Annex 8 chapter 2.12 are burnt, are associate 31301 "fly ash and-stäube from other combustion plants" with the key number.

(7) the fluidized bed combustion bed ash is to associate 31301 "fly ash and-stäube from other combustion plants" to the key number."

24. in article 18a, paragraph 8 the phrase replaced "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15358"solid recovered fuels - quality management systems - particular requirements for the application in the production of solid recovered fuels", issued on July 1, 2006," by the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15358"solid recovered fuels - quality management systems - particular requirements for the application in the production of solid recovered fuels", issued on May 15, 2011,".

25. the section 20 be attached following paragraph 5 and 6:

"(5) the promulgation clause, § 2 para 1, 1a, 1B and 5, § 3 Z 7, 24, 26a, 33, 34, 40, 44 and 45, § 5 par. 1 Z 4a and 4B, § 6 para 3 No. 2, § 9 section 6, 12 and 13, § 10 para 4, § 11a paragraph 2 No. 5 lit." d, article 12, paragraph 1, 3 and 5, § 17 para 5 to 7, § 18a para 8, § 20 para 5 and 6, § 21 para 1 and 2, annex 1 Chapter 2 lit. h, Appendix 2 text after the heading, Chapter 1.3, Chapter 2.1 lit. a and f, Chapter 3.1 to 3.3 and 3.5, annex 4, Appendix 5, Appendix 6 point B Z 7, Z 10, 18 Z, Z 20, annex 8 chapter 1.7, Chapter 2.1, Chapter 2.2, Chapter 2.3.1, section 2.3.2, Chapter 2.5, Chapter 2.6, Chapter 2.7, Chapter 2.9, Chapter 2.10, Chapter 2.12, Chapter 2.13 and Chapter 2.14, Appendix 9 of Chapter 1.3, Chapter 1.5 , Chapter 2.1, section 2.2.1, Chapter 2.2.2, Chapter 2.3, Chapter 2.4, Chapter 2.6, Chapter 2.7, section 2.8 and Chapter 2.9 and annex 10 and annex 11 in the version of regulation BGBl. II Nr 135/2013 apply with the day following the announcement.

"(6) § 14 paragraph 3a and annex 2 section 2.1a in the version of regulation BGBl. II Nr 135/2013 with 1 January 2016 into force."

26. the existing text of section 21 is preceded by the sales designation (1); the following paragraph 2 is added:

"(2) by this regulation will be the 2010/75/CE directive on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control of pollution), OJ" No. L 334 of the 17.12.2010 S 17, as amended by the amending OJ No. L 158 of the 19.06.2012 implemented S 25,."

27 unit 1 Chapter 2 lit. h is: "h) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as Hg



0.03



mg / m ³ "28. In annex 2, according to the heading of the following text is inserted:

"Co-incineration plants have an annual mean value for dust-like emissions of 10 mg / m3 from 1 January 2016, expressed in mg per m3 dry flue gas and relative to 11% oxygen, to comply. This limit from 1 January 2020 onwards applies for existing co-incineration plants with electrostatic precipitators."

29 plant 2 section 1.3 reads:



"1.3



Total emission limit value (GM) for Hg and its compounds, indicated as Hg: half hourly average value



0.05



mg / m ³ daily average value



0.03



mg / m ³ "30. In annex 2, Chapter 2.1 lit. Footnote 2 omitted) a.

31 unit 2 Chapter 2.1 lit. f is: 'f) nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2), indicated as NO2



500



mg / m ³ "32. The following chapter is inserted after chapter 2.1 Annex 2 2.1a:



"2.1a



Total emission limit value (GM) as an annual average: Mercury and its compounds, indicated as Hg



0.03



mg/m3 "33. In annex 2, Chapter 3.1 and 3.2 each is the phrase "reference oxygen content 6%" by the phrase "reference oxygen content 6% for solid fuels and 3% for liquid fuels" replaced.

34. conditioning 2 Chapter 3.3 is as follows:



"3.3



Total emission limit value (GM) for Hg and its compounds, indicated as Hg: (reference oxygen content 6% for solid fuels and 3% for liquid fuels) half hourly average value



0.05



mg / m ³ daily average value



0.03



mg / m ³ ' 35. Appendix 2 Chapter 3.5 is:



"3.5



Emission limit values (G

Brst

) as a half hour and daily average values for the calculation using the mixing rule: the following set values are than to use limit for the process of energy production through the combustion plant (GBrst) in the calculation formula of mixing rule (Chapter 1.4). the total emission limit value shall be calculated according to the proportion of fuel heat from the incineration of waste. The reference oxygen content for the total emission limit value is to be calculated in accordance with Chapter 1.5.

 
New installations are installations for which a permission is granted from the 7th January 2013 within the meaning of this chapter. Equipment, for which a complete permit application was submitted before January 7, 2013 and taken no later than January 7, 2014 in operation are excluded.

 
Derive the waste gases of two or more separate combustion plants through a common chimney, the combination formed by such plants is considered as a single combustion plant and their capacities added for the calculation of the fuel heat power. Are two or more separate combustion plants is built so that their emissions, taking into account technical and economic factors could be inferred after authorisation of the competent authority through a common chimney, the combination formed by such plants is considered as a single combustion plant and their capacities added for the calculation of the fuel heat power. For the calculation of the fuel heat power of a combination of separate combustion plants described in the previous sentences are not considered single combustion installations with a fuel heat capacity of less than 15 MW.

 

 
GBrst for solid fuels, excluding biomass (reference oxygen content 6%): pollutant



Total fuel heat output



< 50 MW 50-100 MW > 100-300 MW



> 300 MW



Sulphur dioxide (SO2)



200



200



200

New installations: 150



Nitrogen oxides as NO2



200



200



200

New installations: 150



Dust-like emissions



20



20



15 *)



15 *)

New installations: 10



Carbon monoxide (CO)



150



150



150 *) the half hourly average value for dust-like emissions is 20 mg / m³.

 
GBrst biomass (reference oxygen content 6%): pollutant



Total fuel heat output



< 50 MW 50-100 MW > 100-300 MW



> 300 MW



Sulphur dioxide (SO2)



200



200



200

New installations: 150



Nitrogen oxides as NO2



350

from 1.1.2016: 300

New installations: 250



300

from 1.1.2016: 250

New installations: 200



200

New installations: 150



Dust-like emissions



30



30

New installations: 20



15



15



Carbon monoxide (CO)



200



200



200 GBrst for liquid fuels (reference oxygen content 3%): pollutant



Total fuel heat output



< 50 MW 50-100 MW > 100-300 MW



> 300 MW



Sulphur dioxide (SO2)



350



200



150



Nitrogen oxides as NO2



100



100




100



Dust-like emissions



35



20



10



10



Carbon monoxide (CO)



80



80



80 "36. The bracket expression is in Appendix 4"(§ 3 Z 20)" by the parenthetical expression "(zu § 12 Abs. 1)" replaced. "

37. Annex 5 is as follows:



"Annex 5



(§ 4 par. 1 Z 9, article 7, paragraph 1, article 9, paragraph 1, article 10 par. 3 and 4 and article 11, para. 1)

Methods of sampling and analysis for emission measurements 1)

 



Parameter



Rules and regulations



Organic substances

(Corg)



ÖNORM EN 12619

Output 1999 09 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of the mass concentration of total gaseous organic bound carbon in low concentrations in flue gases - continuous process using a flame ionization detector



Carbon monoxide (CO)



ÖNORM EN 15058

Edition 2006 08 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of the mass concentration of carbon monoxide (CO) - reference method: non-dispersive infra-red



Hydrogen chloride

(HCl)



ÖNORM EN 1911

Edition 2010 10 15



Stationary source emissions - determination of the mass concentration of gaseous chlorides expressed as HCl - standard reference method



Hydrogen fluoride

(HF)



VDI 2470 sheet 1



Measurement of gaseous emissions; Measurement of gaseous fluorine compounds; Absorption method



(Note: the analytical determination by ion chromatography is also permissible - ÖNORM EN ISO 10304-1 "part 1: water quality - determination of dissolved anions by liquid ion chromatography determination of bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate and sulphate", issued on August 1, 2009)



Sulphur dioxide

(SO2)



ÖNORM EN 14791

Edition 2006 04 01



Emissions from stationary sources - determination of the mass concentration of sulphur dioxide - reference method



Oxides of nitrogen

(NO. + NO2)



ÖNORM EN 14792

Edition 2006 04 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of the mass concentration of nitrogen oxides (NOx) - reference method: chemiluminescence



dust-like emissions



ÖNORM EN 13284-1

Edition 2002 03 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of the mass concentration of dust at low concentrations of dust - part 1: manual gravimetric method



ÖNORM EN 13284-2

Edition 2004 12 01



Automatic measuring devices part stationary source emissions - determination of the mass concentration of dust at low concentrations of dust - 2:



ÖNORM M 5861-1

Issue 1993 04 01



Manual determination of dust concentrations in flowing gases - gravimetric methods - General requirements



ÖNORM M 5861-2

Output in 1994 04 01



Manual determination of dust concentrations in flowing gases - gravimetric methods - special metrological requirements



VDI 2066 part 1



Measuring particles - dust measurements in flowing gases - Gravimetric determination of dust loading



Heavy metals:

Antimony (SB)

Arsenic (as)



ÖNORM EN 13211

Edition 2005 05 01



Air quality - emissions from stationary sources — manual method for the determination of the total mercury concentration (consolidated version)



Lead (Pb)

Cadmium (CD)

Chromium (CR)



ÖNORM EN 14884

Edition 2006 03 01



Air quality - stationary source emissions - determination of the total mercury concentration: automatic measuring equipment



Cobalt (co)

Copper (CU)

Manganese (MN)

Nickel (NI)

Mercury (Hg)

Thallium (TL)

Vanadium (V)

Tin (SN)



ÖNORM EN 14385

Edition 2004 05 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of the total emission of as, CD, CR, co, Cu, MN, NI, Pb, TL and V



Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans

(PCDD/F)



ÖNORM EN 1948

Edition 2006 05 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of the mass concentration of PCDDS/PCDFS and dioxin-like PCBs



Part 1



Sampling of PCDDS/PCDFS



Part 2



Extraction and purification of PCDDS/PCDFS



Part 3



Identification and quantification of PCDDS / PCDFS



Ammonia

(NH3)



VDI 3496 sheet 1



Measurement of gaseous emissions; Determination of alkaline nitrogen compounds detectable by absorption sulphuric acid



Oxygen

(O2)



ÖNORM EN 14789

Edition 2006 04 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of volume concentration of oxygen (O2) - reference method: Paramagnetism



Water vapour content



ÖNORM EN 14790

Edition 2006 04 01



Stationary source emissions - determination of water vapour in ducts



Equivalence by reference method



ÖNORM CEN / TS 14793

Issue 2005-07 01



Emissions from stationary sources - laboratory internal validation of alternative methods by comparison with a reference procedure



Emission measuring instruments and systems



ÖNORM M 9410

Edition 1991 01 01



Air pollution control; Measurement technology; Definitions and characteristics of continuous concentration measuring instruments for emissions and Immissions



ÖNORM M 9411

Issue 1999 11 01



Continuous Konzentrationsmesssysteme for emissions of air polluting substances - requirements, installation, and maintenance



ÖNORM M 9412-1

Edition 2008 12 01



Evaluation systems for continuous emission measurements of air pollutants - part 1: data input and output



ÖNORM M 9412-2

Edition 2008 12 01



Evaluation systems for continuous emission measurements of air pollutants - part aptitude test 2:



ÖNORM M 9412-3

Edition 2010 03 01



Evaluation systems for continuous emission measurements of air pollutants - part testing 3: with control of configuration on site and periodic inspection



ÖNORM EN 15259

Edition 2007 12 01



Air quality - measurement of emissions from stationary sources - requirements sections and stations and the measuring task, plan and report



ÖNORM EN 15267-3

Edition 2008 04 01



Minimum air quality — certification of automated measuring systems — part 3: Requirements and test procedures for automatic measuring systems for the monitoring of emissions from stationary sources



Quality assurance for automatic ÖNORM EN 14181

Edition 2004 09 01



Stationary source emissions - quality assurance of automated measuring systems



Measuring equipment, measurement uncertainty



VDI 3950



Stationary source emissions - quality assurance for automatic measurement and electronic value a equipment of new analytical methods for residues

 



Parameter



Rules and regulations



total organic carbon (TOC)



ÖNORM EN 13137

Edition 2001 12 01



Characterization of waste - determination of total organic carbon (TOC) in waste, sludge and sediment



Loss on ignition



ÖNORM EN 15169

Edition 2007 05 01



"Characterization of waste - determination of ignition loss in waste, sludge and sediments" 38. Annex 6, point B Z 7 is:



"7.



Type of plant: plant type * 1, total fuel heat output at rated load in MW, if applicable energy efficiency in accordance with Annex 2 Z 1 AWG 2002 "39. Annex 6 is point B Z 10:



"10.



"Approval: approval of derogations provided for in § 7 para 1 to 5, article 9, paragraph 5, 6 and 12 AVV" 40. In annex 6, point B Z 18 is the reference "§ 3 Z 25 AVV" with the reference "§ 3 Z 5 AVV" replaced.

41. system is 6 point B Z 20: "20.

"File attachments: file name, description, for the use of the efficiency criterion in accordance with Annex 2 Z 1 AWG 2002 report on compliance with the energy efficiency, if applicable report on the approval of derogations provided for in § 7 para 1 to 5, article 9, paragraph 5, 6 and 12 AVV" 42. In Chapter 1.7 Annex 8, second paragraph the following sentence is inserted after the third set:

"When waste streams > 40 000 t / a / ticket more than 10 analytical results exist, so are to involve all of the respective batch analysis results for the determination of the median and the 80 percentile."

43. Annex 8 chapter 1.7 sixth paragraph first parenthetical expression is:

"(bei Abfällen, ausgenommen Abfallströme > 40 000 t/a, indem Rahmen der Untersuchung des ersten loses nach jeder untersuchten Teilmenge)"

44. Annex 8 chapter 1.7 sixth paragraph last sentence reads:

"Proof of current assessment is from the delivery date until the next assessment evidence, no later than one year and in waste streams > 40 000 t / a three months - except waste in accordance with Chapter 2.6 - valid."

45. in Chapter 2.1 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.1 the phrase is replaced each "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15442"solid recovered fuels — methods of sampling", issued on January 1, 2007," by the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15442"solid recovered fuels — methods of sampling", issued on May 1, 2011,".

46. in annex 8 replaces Chapter 2.2, Chapter 2.3.1, section 2.3.2, Chapter 2.5, Chapter 2.9, Chapter 2.13 and Chapter 2.14 and in annex 9 Chapter 2.2.1 and Chapter 2.2.2, Chapter 2.3, Chapter 2.6 Chapter 2.9 is the phrase "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15442" by the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15442" respectively.


47. in annex 8 chapter 2.3.1, second paragraph and sixth paragraph first sentence, section 2.3.2 first sentence, third paragraph, first sentence, and sixth paragraph, first sentence, as well as in Appendix 9 section 2.2.1 (second paragraph) and fourth paragraph and Chapter 2.2.2 first paragraph before the word 'produced' the word "parallel" inserted.

48 the following sentence is added to of Annex 8 of Chapter 2.6:

"The evaluation evidence is unique to create, unless the content in accordance with section 2.12 is unchanged."

49. plant 8 chapter 2.7 second sentence reads:

"The determination of the calorific value must be carried out but at least every tenth laboratory sample and at least once per calendar year."

50. in Chapter 2.9 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.6 the phrase is replaced "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15443"solid recovered fuels — methods for the production of laboratory samples", issued on January 1, 2007," by the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15443"solid recovered fuels — methods for the production of laboratory samples", issued on May 15, 2011,".

51. in Chapter 2.9 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.6 the phrase is replaced "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15413"solid recovered fuels - process for the manufacture of the test sample from the laboratory sample", issued on December 1, 2006," by the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15413"solid recovered fuels - process for the manufacture of the test sample from the laboratory sample", issued on October 15, 2011".

52. in Chapter 2.10 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.7 is the phrase "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15411" festivals recovered fuels — procedure for the determination of the content of trace elements (as, BA, be, CD, co, CR, Cu, Hg, MO, MN, NI, Pb, SB, se, TL, V and Zn) ", issued on December 1, 2006," by the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15411"festivals recovered fuels — methods for the determination of the content of trace elements (as " , BA, be, CD, co, CR, Cu, Hg, MO, MN, NI, Pb, SB, se, TL, V, and Zn) ", issued on October 15, 2011," replaced.

53. in Chapter 2.10 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.7 the phrase is replaced each "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15400"solid recovered fuels — determination of value", issued on December 1, 2006," by the phrase "ÖNORM EN 15400"solid recovered fuels — methods for determining the value of the burning", issued on May 15, 2011".

54. in Chapter 2.10 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.7 is the phrase "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15414-1"solid recovered fuels - determination of water content by using the process of kiln drying - part 1: determination of the total water by means of reference procedures", issued on December 1, 2006," by the phrase ONR CEN / TS 15414-1 "solid recovered fuels - determination of water content by using the process of kiln drying - part 1 : Determination of total water by means of reference procedures", issued on August 15, 2010," replaced.

55. in Chapter 2.10 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.7 is the phrase "ÖNORM CEN / TS 15414-3"solid recovered fuels - determination of water content by using the process of kiln drying - part 3: moisture in general analysis sample", issued on December 1, 2006," by the phrase ÖNORM EN 15414-3 "solid recovered fuels - determination of water content by using the process of kiln drying - part 3: moisture in general analysis sample" ", issued on May 1, 2011," replaced.

56. in Chapter 2.10 Annex 8 and annex 9 Chapter 2.7 the phrase is "ÖNORM EN 15407"solid recovered fuels — methods for the determination of carbon (C), hydrogen (H) and nitrogen (N)", issued on May 1, 2011 each"ÖNORM CEN / TS 15407 "solid recovered fuels — methods for the determination of carbon (C), hydrogen (H) and nitrogen (N)", issued on December 1, 2006,"by the word order ", ' replaces.

57 each the following paragraph is added to of Annex 8 of Chapter 2.10 and the annex 9 of Chapter 2.7:

"Measurement results are rounded to two significant digits. When compared with the limits should be not again rounded."

58. plant 8 chapter 2.12 lit. g section iv is: "iv) hazardous waste: risk-relevant properties;" physical properties and chemical composition, and other information insofar as this is necessary to evaluate the suitability for the intended incineration process; Substances with which the waste anyway, not shall be mixed, and precautions to be taken in handling the waste;"

59. plant 8 chapter 2.14 last sentence reads:

"Perform the investigations in accordance with section 2.1 to 2.10 and 2.13 by a qualified expert or specialist institution or is carried out only the burning of waste in accordance with Chapter 2.6, no external monitoring according to Chapter 2.14 is required."

60. Unit 9 Chapter 1.3 first paragraph is:

"Ten past examination results be used for the determination of the median and the 80 percentile. The review of limits is therefore only possible after existence of (at least) ten test results. More than ten results are available, per Los all findings of the respective lot for the determination of the median and the 80 percentile are to be used. "

61. Annex 9 Chapter 1.3 sixth paragraph last sentence reads:

"Proof of current assessment is no later than one year – excluding waste pursuant to Chapter 2.4 - from the date of delivery to the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management until the next assessment certificate valid."

62. in annex 9 Chapter 1.5, second paragraph is the last sentence.

63. in Appendix 9 section 2.2.1, second and fifth paragraph is omitted the word "at least".

64. in annex 9 Chapter 2.4, the lit is at the end. d the word "and" by a comma at the end of the lit. e the point by the word "and" replaced. following lit. f is appended: "f) from the processing of tree - and shrub cuttings, SN 92105 67, wood waste, that the SN 17201 02 are associated and which comply with the following criteria:"



Ash content



up to 10% (based on the dry matter)



Mass fraction of group < 8 mm



up to 10% which is compliance with these criteria to verify a subset of (150 t) per 500 t of produced quantity but at least once per calendar year. Per part quantity two qualified samples in accordance with section 2.2.1 must be produced and examined. The criteria is considered to have been complied with, if the mean value of the two investigated qualified samples comply with the respective limit. The determination of the ash content is in accordance with ÖNORM EN 15403 "solid recovered fuels - determination of ash content", issued on May 15, 2011, and the determination of the proportion of the Group