Change Of Combustion Plants Regulation - Fav

Original Language Title: Änderung der Feuerungsanlagen-Verordnung - FAV

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312. Ordinance of the Federal Minister for economy, family and youth, which modifies the combustion plants regulation - FAV

On the basis of § 82 par. 1 of the Gewerbeordnung 1994 - GewO 1994, BGBl. No. 194, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. is 111/2010, by the Federal Ministry of economy, family and youth in agreement with the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management prescribed:

The combustion plants regulation - FAV, Federal Law Gazette II No. 331/1997, is amended as follows:

1. paragraph 1 section 1:

"(1) this Regulation shall apply, as far as paragraph 2 not otherwise, for approval and in accordance with the § 29 for pre-approved commercial operating systems, where combustion installations (section 3 para 1 subpara 1) with a nominal heat output of 50 kW to be used to fuel heat performance of less than 50 MW." Are the emission rules for steam boilers for combustion installations with a fuel heat input of 50 MW or more (in particular the emission limit values in the sense of annex 1 to the emission protection law for boiler installations - EC-K, Federal Law Gazette I no. 150/2004, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 84/2006, the determination of the emission limit values in the sense of annex 2 to the EC-K and the air pollution control Ordinance for boiler systems 1989 - LRV-K 1989) (, BGBl. Nr. 19/1989, in der jeweils geltenden Fassung) to apply by analogy. "

2. § 2 para 1 No. 2 is:



"2. the regulation of waste incineration - AVV, Federal Law Gazette II No. 389/2002, as amended by the amendment to the GCU 2010, Federal Law Gazette II No. 476, are subject to,"



3. § 2 para 2 second sentence reads:



"This evidence is by presenting a relevant opinion of accredited bodies in the framework of the technical scope of their accreditation (§ 11 par. 2 of the accreditation Act, Federal Law Gazette No. 468/1992), by institutions of the Federal Government or a federal State, by State-authorised institutions, civil engineers, consulting engineers (consulting engineers) or - for combustion plants, whose fuel heat output does not exceed 10 MW - also by another trader, each within their powers" ", to provide."

4 § is amended as follows 3 paragraph 1:

4.1. No. 2 is as follows:



"2. conventional fuels



"2.1 solid fuels (Z 3), 2.2 liquid fuels (No. 4), 2.3 gaseous fuels (sub-para. 5), 2.4 standardized fuel (Z 5a);"              

4.2. Z 3 and Z 4 are:



"3. solid fuels



(a) biomass:-solid natural products of agricultural or forestry origin from plant material or parts thereof that are used for energy recovery (natural wood E.g. in form of pieces, logs, wood chips, sawdust, sticks, cones, or compacts, natural bark or Cork);

-other fixed vegetable products from agriculture and forestry (eg, cereal crops, grass, Miscanthus);

(b) remains of wood-based materials or wood components (from the production or the wood or processing) except those that contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives, binders or curing agent or a coating can (especially wood residues from construction and demolition waste are among such excluded remains, if there is no proof, that they are free of halogen organic compounds or heavy metals);

(c) all types of brown coal or coal;

d) lignite briquettes, coal briquettes, coke;

4. liquid fuels a) to be liquid mineral oil products, which are intended to used as fuels (fuel oil heavy, heating oil medium, heating oil, fuel oil extra light, fuel oil extra light - sulfur - HEL - sulfur, HEL with biogenic components); the sulphur content of fuel oil extra light – sulfur is not more than 10 mg / kg;
b) liquid biogenous fuels (liquid fuels produced exclusively or mainly from natural renewable matter);"

4.3. to Z 5 is inserted following Z 5a:



"5a. fuels standardized fuels, whose essential combustion technical quality characteristics in technical regulations laid down;"

4.4. in the Z 15 is the reference value reference value "11% O2" replaced by the "13% O2".

5. paragraph 4 section 2:

"(2) for the implementation of the emission measurements, as well as to the determination of the exhaust gas loss an expert from the § 2 para 2 second sentence applies the validated methods of analysis, has set up a quality assurance system and comprehensibly documented analyses is to involve these persons. For combustion installations with a fuel heat input not exceeding 10 MW the quality assurance system must be replaced by quality assurance measures."

6 the following paragraph 3 is added to § in 4:

"(3) the results of emission measurements according to § 5 para 1 No. 2 must be in a measuring report according to which as Appendix 5 of emission Declaration regulation, Federal Law Gazette II No. 292/2007, ÖNORM connected to M 9413 measurement report for air pollutant emission measurements requirements for the creation of issue 2002-07-01; recorded" Combustion installations with a fuel heat input up to 10 MW including the measurement report has M 9413 or annex 4 of the emission Declaration regulation to comply with ÖNORM either."

7. in the table in section 5 paragraph 1 is "> 50" when SO2 is replaced by a stroke.

8. at the end of section 5, paragraph 1, the point replaced with a semicolon and the following part sentence added:

"If there are required to comply with the emission limit values for HCl, and for SO2 secondary measures, has the factory owner with regard to these pollutants also for combustion plants with a fuel heat capacity of less than 1 MW of single measurements within the meaning of the lit. a to have."

9 the following paragraph 4 is added to section 5:

"(4) during operation of combustion plants which are equipped with dust off separator devices according to Z 1 or Z 2 the functionality of the drop separator devices must be, if not continuous emission measurements according to para 1 No. 1 are,



1. If electric separators by controlling the voltage of filter and filter current of each field, 2. when filtering separators are controlled by qualitative measuring devices (eg triboelektrische sensors). Permissible parameters is exceeded during the functional check, so this must trigger an optical and acoustic alarm at the combustion plant, or somewhere else appropriate (eg a control room). The acoustic signal can be set up quittierbar. Filtering separators with a start-up bypass are equipped, so whose flaps must be continuously monitored and recorded. The recording must be kept at least three years as in the plant, that she at any time can be assigned before the regulatory bodies for inspection."

10 paragraph 8:

„§ 8. "May the content of ammonia in the flue gas (ammonia slip) for combustion plants where ammonia or ammonium compounds are used to reduce the emission of nitrogen oxide, 0% volume concentration oxygen in the combustion gas-related emission limit of 30 mg / m3 not exceed."

11 paragraph 10:

"§ 10 furnaces for coal and coke according to the highest fuel thermal capacity provided for the respective combustion plant following emission limit values do not exceed:"



Fuel thermal power (MW)







Pollutant





< 0,4





> 0,4 - 1





> 1-5





> 5-10





> 10







Dust mg/m3





150





150





50





20





20







SO2 mg/m3





-





-





-





-





400







CO mg/m3





1000





1000





150





150





150







NOx mg/m3





-





400





400





400





200





12. in the heading to the second section, the term "wood furnaces" is replaced by the term "biomass combustion plant".

13 § 11 para 1 sentence is:

"Wood furnaces may not exceed according to the highest fuel thermal capacity provided for the respective heating system the following emission limit values for CO and HC:"

14th in the table in article 11 par. 1 accounts for the lines relating to the limit values for dust emissions and relating the NOx emission limit values as well as the note *).

15. in article 11, para 2 is labeled (4); Paragraph 2 reads:

"(2) wood furnaces may not exceed according to the highest fuel thermal capacity provided for the respective heating system the following emission limit values for dust and NOx:"



Pollutant





Fuel thermal power (MW)







2-10





> 10







Staub mg/m3





150





50





20





20







NOx mg/m3


Biomass (beech, oak, natural bark, cones, twigs or Cork)





 

300





 

300





 

300





 

150







NOx mg/m3

Biomass (other natural wood E.g. in the form of pieces, logs, wood chips or compacts)





250





 

250





 

250





 

150







NOx mg/m3

Remains of wood-based materials or wood components (also remains of chipboard), whose binding agents, hardeners, coatings and wood preservatives schwermetall - and halogen-free connection





 

500





 

400





 

400





 

200





16 the following paragraph 3 is added to § the 11:

"(3) furnaces for combustion of straw or similar and the following emission limit values related to 11% O2 shall not exceed according to the highest fuel thermal capacity provided for the respective combustion plant other plant substances (eg, cereal crops, cereal grains, broken grains, grasses, Miscanthus):"



Pollutant





Fuel thermal power (MW)







2-10





> 10







Dust mg/m3





150





50 *.





50





20





20







CO mg/m3





800 *.





250





250





250





100







HC mg/m3





50





20





20





20





20







NOx mg/m3





500





500





400





400





200







SO2 * mg/m3





350





350





350





350





350







HCl * mg/m3





30





30





30





30





30





) For the combustion of Miscanthus and other 150 mg / m3 standardized biogenic fuels.

) For combustion plants up to 100 kW the limit by up to 50% must be exceeded during part load operation with 30% of the nominal thermal capacity.

") Does not apply to the combustion of Miscanthus and other standardized biogenic fuels."

17 paragraph 12:

"(1) in oil furnaces must, as far as paragraph 2 does not determine otherwise, according to the highest fuel thermal capacity provided for the respective combustion plant just below fuel oils verfeuert be apart, by HEL with biogenic components and liquid standardised biogenic fuels, § 2 para 4 LRV-K 1989, BGBl.Nr. 19, as amended the regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 55/2005, correspond to and meet the following requirement:"



Fuel thermal power

(MW)





Heating oil







0.4





lightweight *)

extra easy – sulfur

HEL with biogenic components

liquid standardised biogenous fuels

easy







> 30





all fuel oils according to § 3 para 1 No. 4, whose sulphur content however must not exceed 0.5 mass %





)) until the expiry of the 31 December 2011.

(2) Schwefelreichere may be burned oils within individual performance levels, if it is ensured by other measures that for the individual air pollutants, no higher emission concentrations than at the burning of in accordance with paragraph 1 for the individual performance levels occur permissible fuel oils."

18. the table is replaced by the following table in section 14:



Fuel





Fuel thermal power (MW)





 







> 2







Heating oil EL - sulfur





10







Heating oil EL,

HEL with biogenic components

liquid standardised biogenous fuels

Heating oil L, fuel oil M, fuel oil S





20





19 § 15 is eliminated.

20. the table is replaced by the following table in section 17 para 1:



Fuel thermal power (MW)







3-10





> 10







NOx mg/m3





Fuel oil extra light

Heating oil EL - sulfur

HEL with biogenic components

liquid standardised biogenous fuels





150





150





150







NOx mg/m3





Heating oil L, fuel oil M, fuel oil S





450





400





250





21 paragraph 22:

"§ 22. The factory owner has to his firing system in accordance with the following provisions by an expert from the § 2 para 2 second sentence check-led group of people; "for the first testing of combustion installations with a fuel heat output of more than 400 kW must at least accredited bodies in the framework of the technical scope of their accreditation (§ 11 par. 2 of the accreditation Act, Federal Law Gazette No. 468/1992), institutions of the Federal Government or a State Government-authorized institutions, civil engineer, or engineering (consulting engineers), in the framework of its powers, will be used."

22 § 23 para 3 sentence is:

"(3) in the case of combustion installations with a nominal heat output up to 400 kW in which standardized fuels are used, can the proof referred to in paragraph 2 by template"

23 paragraph 29:

"§ 29 (1) for at the time of entry into force of regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 331/1997 already approved commercial operating systems with manually-loaded firing systems for solid fuels in the sense of § 3 para 1 No. 3 of the combustion plants regulation, in the version before the amendment to the Federal Law Gazette II No. 312/2011, with fuel heat power up including 100 kW applies the following:"



1 § 4, amended by regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 312/2011, does not apply;

2. section 10, in the version of regulation BGBl. II Nr 312/2011, is subject to the proviso that the emission limit value for CO is 3 000 mg / m3;

3. § 11 para 1 in the version of regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 312/2011, is with the proviso that the emission limit values for CO and HC are based on 13% O2, and exceeded by up to 100% may be;

4. § 25 third and fourth sentence shall apply with the exception of paragraph 1.

(2) at the time of entry into force of the regulation BGBl. II No. 331 / 1997 pre-approved commercial operating systems that use combustion plants, applies section 3 para 2 with the proviso that the authority has to take into account also the structural conditions in particular with regard to any additional installations in its decision in the individual case.

(3) at the time of entry into force of the regulation BGBl. II No. 312 / 2011 have been approved commercial operating systems that use combustion plants, have to, if not otherwise determine, paragraphs 4 and 5,



1 section 4 para 2, § 4 para 3 and section 5 (4), in the version of regulation BGBl. II No. 312/2011, no later than three years after its entry into force, to;

2. section 10 (with regard to the emission limit values for dust and nitrogen oxides), section 11 paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 3 paragraph 1 Z 15, article 11 par. 3, article 12, paragraph 1, section 14 and section 17 para 1, as amended by regulation BGBl. II Nr 312/2011, anyway, with an increase in the fuel thermal capacity, or upon renewal of the combustion chamber including the combustion facilities, but at the latest until 1 January 2018 that match.

(4) at the time of entry into force of regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 312/2011 already approved commercial operating systems, in which wood furnaces are used with a fuel heat output up to 2 MW, must § 11 par. 2, as amended the regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 312/2011, with regard to the emission limit value for dust anyway, with an increase in the fuel thermal capacity, or upon renewal of the combustion chamber including the firing , meet at the latest by 1 January 2020.

(5) at the time of entry into force of regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 312 / 2011 have been approved commercial operating systems, where wood furnaces with a fuel heat output of more than 2 MW to 5 MW used, Nr 312/2011, a dust emission limit value of 50 mg / m3 anyway, at an increase of fuel thermal power or the renewal of combustion chamber including the combustion facilities need to by way of derogation from § 11 paragraph 2, as amended by regulation BGBl. II , keep but at the latest until 1 January 2018, if not already at the entry into force of the regulation BGBl. II Nr 312/2011



1. a dust emission limit value must comply by 50 mg / m3 (section 11, paragraph 1 of regulation BGBl. II Nr 331/1997) or 2 without technical adaptation measures to adhere to the dust emission limit value of 20 mg / m3.


(6) up to the dates referred to in paragraphs 3, 4 and 5, including the therein pre-approved facilities II No. 312/2011 must comply with the provisions of regulation BGBl., are the respectively relevant regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 331/1997 continue to apply."

24. the existing text of article 30 is preceded by the sales designation (1); the following paragraph 2 is added:

"(2) article 1, paragraph 1, article 2, paragraph 1 Z 2, § 2 para 2 second sentence, article 3, paragraph 1 Z 2 Z 3 Z 4, Z 5a and Z 15, § 4 para 2, § 4 para 3, § 5 para 1 and para 4, § 8, article 10, article 11, paragraph 1 and heading to the second section, section 11, paragraph 2, para 3 and para 4, § 12, § 14, § 17 para 1" , Section 22, article 23, para. 3, § 29, article 30, article 31, § 32 and point 1 Z 1.1 to Z 1.3 of Appendix 1 in the version of regulation BGBl. II Nr 312/2011 six months after the first month following the announcement of this regulation into force. at the same time. § 15 override"

25. According to § 30 following §§ 31 and 32 and headings are added:

"Implementation note

§ 31. Regulation BGBl. II Nr 312/2011 is Directive 2001/80/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2001 on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants in the air, OJ from No. L 309 of 27.11.2001, S. 1-21, implemented.

Personal names

§ 32. The personal names used in this regulation the chosen form applies to both sexes."

26 point 1 Z 1.1 to Z 1.3 of Appendix 1 is as follows:



"1. the measurements are 1.1 for dust-like emissions according to the rules of the art, 1.2. determination of the soot number according to the rules of the art, 1.3 for gaseous emissions according to the rules of the art," Reinhold Mitterlehner