Electric Old Device Regulation (Eag-Vo Novella 2011)

Original Language Title: Änderung der Elektroaltgeräteverordnung (EAG-VO-Novelle 2011)

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166. Ordinance of the Federal Minister for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, with which the Electrical Equipment Ordinance is amended (EAG-VO-Novelle 2011)

On the basis of § § 13, 13a, 13b, 14, 19, 23 (1) and 3, 28a and 36 of the Waste Management Act 2002 (AWG 2002), BGBl. I n ° 102, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 9/2011, is to be arranged in agreement with the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth:

The Electrical Equipment Ordinance, BGBl. II No 121/2005, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 496/2008, shall be amended as follows:

1. In § 3, the Z 11

" Z 11

"dangerous substances or mixtures" means mixtures which, within the meaning of Directive 1999 /45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 May 1999 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous preparations, OJ C 327, 1., or substances which meet the criteria for one of the following in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, Labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, OJ 1., the risk categories or categories as set out in this Directive:

i)

Hazard classes 2.1 to 2.4, 2.6 and 2.7, 2.8 types A and B, 2.9, 2.10, 2.12, 2.13 categories 1 and 2, 2.14 categories 1 and 2, 2.15 types A to F;

ii)

Hazard classes 3.1 to 3.6, 3.7 impairment of sexual function and fertility, as well as development, 3.8 excluding narcotic effects, 3.9 and 3.10;

iii)

Hazard class 4.1;

iv)

Hazard class 5.1. "

(2) In § 3, the point after Z 14 is replaced by a dash and the following Z 15 is added:

" 15.

LED lamps with a standardized version "LED lamps with a base for a standardized socket system such as E27, E14, GU10, GU5.3, G9, which can be replaced without tools."

3. In § 5 (1) and § 14, the word "Preparations" by the word "Mixtures" replaced.

(4) In § 23, the following paragraph 1a is inserted after paragraph 1:

"(1a) The reporting obligation referred to in paragraph 1 shall also be complied with if, in the course of the notification of a collection and recovery system as referred to in paragraph 3, the data have been transmitted electronically to the coordinating body by means of the register."

5. In § 23 (3), the word order shall be deleted ', which fulfils the obligation to notify the manufacturers participating in this collection and recycling system in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article' .

6. In § 27, the word in the Z 9 shall be deleted. "and" and shall be added to Z 11; after Z 10, the following Z 11 and 12 shall be inserted:

" 11.

Directive 2008 /112/EC amending Council Directives 76 /768/EEC, 88 /378/EEC and 1999 /13/EC as well as Directives 2000 /53/EC, 2002 /96/EC and 2004 /42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council in order to adapt them to Regulation (EC) No 1296/7/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EC) No 1291/4/EC of the European Parliament and of 1272/2008 on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, OJ L 145, 31.5.2008, p. No. OJ L 345, 23.12.2008, pp. 68 to 74,

12.

Decision 2010 /571/EC amending the Annex to Directive 2002/95/EC as regards the used uses of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated diphenyl ethers for adaptation purposes to technical progress, OJ C 327, 22. No. OJ L 251, 25.09.2010, pp. 28 to 34. "

7. The following paragraph 9 is added to § 28:

" (9) § 3 Z 11 and 15, § 5 para. 1, § 14, § 23 para. 1a and 3, § 27 and Annexes 2 and 3 in the version of the Regulation BGBl. II No 166/2011 shall enter into force with the day following the presentation. '

8. Annex 2 is:

" Annex 2

Uses excluded from the requirements of § 4

Exception

Scope and validity dates

1

Mercury in single-sided (compact) fluorescent lamps, which do not exceed the following values (per focal point):

1a.

For general illumination purposes < 30 W: 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 3.5 mg per distillate may be used until 31 December 2012; 2.5 mg per focal point may be used after 31 December 2012.

1b.

For general illumination purposes ≥ 30 W and < 50 W: 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 3.5 mg may be used for each focal point.

1c.

For general illumination purposes ≥ 50 W and < 150 W: 5 mg

1d.

For general illumination purposes ≥ 150 W: 15 mg

1e.

For general illumination purposes with round or square construction and a tube diameter of ≤ 17 mm

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 7 mg per focal point may be used.

1f.

For special purposes: 5 mg

2a.

Mercury in linear fluorescent lamps on both sides for general illumination purposes, not exceeding the following values (per lamp):

2a.

Tri-phosphorus lamps with a normal life span and a tube diameter of < 9 mm (e.g. B. T2): 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 4 mg per lamp may be used.

2a. II

Tri-phosphorus lamps with a normal life span and a tube diameter of ≥ 9 mm and ≤ 17 mm (e.g. T5): 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 3 mg per lamp may be used.

2a. III

Tri-phosphorus lamps with a normal life span and a tube diameter of > 17 mm and ≤ 28 mm (e.g. B. T8): 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 3.5 mg per lamp may be used.

2a. IV

Tri-phosphorus lamps with a normal life span and a tube diameter of > 28 mm (e.g. B. T12): 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2012; after 31 December 2012, 3.5 mg per lamp may be used.

2a.

Tri-phosphorus lamps with a long service life (≥ 25 000 hours): 8 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 5 mg per lamp may be used.

2b.

Mercury in other fluorescent lamps, which do not exceed the following values (per lamp):

2b. I

Linear halophosphate lamps with a tube diameter of > 28 mm (e.g. B. T10 and T12): 10 mg

Expires on 13 April 2012.

2b. II

Nonlinear halophosphate lamps (all diameters): 15 mg

Expires on 13 April 2016.

2b. III

Nonlinear Tri-Phosphorus lamps with a tube diameter of > 17 mm (e.g. B. T9)

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 15 mg per lamp may be used.

2b. IV

Lamps for other general lighting purposes and for special purposes (e.g. B. Induction lamps)

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 15 mg per lamp may be used.

3.

Mercury in CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent lamps) and EEFL lamps (external electrode fluorescent lamps) for special uses not exceeding the following values (per lamp)

3a.

Short lamps (≤ 500 mm)

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 3.5 mg per lamp may be used.

3b.

Center ange lamps (> 500 mm and ≤ 1 500 mm)

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 5 mg per lamp may be used.

3c.

Long lamps (> 1 500 mm)

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 13 mg per lamp may be used.

4a.

Mercury in other low-pressure discharge lamps (each lamp)

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 15 mg per lamp may be used.

4b.

Mercury in high-pressure sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes, which do not exceed the following values (per focal point) for lamps with an improved colour rendering index Ra > 60:

4b. I

P ≤ 155 W

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; 30 mg per focal point may be used after 31 December 2011.

4b. II

155 W < P ≤ 405 W

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 40 mg per focal point may be used.

4b. III

P > 405 W

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 40 mg per focal point may be used.

4c.

Mercury in other high-pressure sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes, not exceeding the following values (per focal point):

4c. I

P ≤ 155 W

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 25 mg per focal point may be used.

4c. II

155 W < P ≤ 405 W

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; 30 mg per focal point may be used after 31 December 2011.

4c. III

P > 405 W

Unlimited use until 31 December 2011; after 31 December 2011, 40 mg per focal point may be used.

4d.

Mercury in high-pressure mercury (steam) lamps (HPMV)

Expires on 13 April 2015.

4e.

Mercury in metal halide lamps (MH)

4f.

Mercury in other discharge lamps for particular uses not listed separately in this Annex

5a.

Lead in the glass of cathode ray tubes

5b.

Lead in the glass of fluorescent tubes with a mass fraction of not more than 0.2% lead

6a.

Lead as an alloying element in steel for processing purposes and in galvanized steel with a mass fraction of not more than 0.35% lead

6b.

Lead as alloying element in aluminium with a mass fraction of not more than 0.4% lead

6c.

Copper alloy with a mass fraction of up to 4% lead

7a.

Lead in high melting lots (d. h. Lead-based solder alloys with a mass fraction of at least 85% lead)

7b.

Lead in Lots for servers, storage systems and storage arrays as well as network infrastructure equipment for switching, signal forwarding, transmission and network management in the telecommunications sector

7c. I

Lead-containing electrical and electronic components in glass or ceramic materials other than dielectric ceramic in capacitors, e.g. B. piezo-electronic devices, or in a glass or ceramic matrix connection

7c. II

Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a nominal voltage of 125 V AC or 250 V DC or above

7c. III

Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a nominal voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC

Expires on 1 January 2013. Subsequently used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment which were placed on the market before 1 January 2013.

8a.

Cadmium and cadmium compounds in thermofuses of type 'one shot pellet'

Expires on 1 January 2012. Subsequently used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment which were placed on the market before 1 January 2012.

8b.

Cadmium and cadmium compounds in electrical contacts

9.

Hexavalent chromium as corrosion inhibitor of the carbon steel cooling system in absorption refrigerators up to a mass fraction of 0.75% in the cooling solution

9b.

Lead in bearing shells and bushings for refrigerants containing compressors for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and cooling applications (HVACR)

11a.

Lead in 'C-Press' press-fit connectors with flexible zone

May be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market prior to 24 September 2010

11b.

Lead in other than 'C-Press' press-fit connectors with flexible zone

Expires on 1 January 2013. Subsequently used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment which were placed on the market before 1 January 2013.

12.

Lead as a coating material for a heat-conducting C-ring module.

May be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market prior to 24 September 2010

13a.

Lead in white glass for optical applications

13b.

Cadmium and lead in filter glass and glass for reflection standards

14.

Lead in loths consisting of more than two elements for connection between the terminal pins and the microprocessor assembly, with a mass fraction of more than 80% and less than 85% lead

Expires on 1 January 2011. Subsequently used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment which were placed on the market before 1 January 2011.

15.

Lead in Loten for establishing a stable electrical connection between the semiconductor chip and the circuit carrier in integrated flip-chip assemblies

16.

Lead in rod-shaped incandescent lamps with a molten inner coating of the piston

Expires on 1 September 2013.

17.

Lead halides as radiation additive in high-pressure gas discharge lamps (HID lamps) for professional reprographic applications

18a.

Lead as activator in the phosphor powder (of which mass fraction lead of 1% or less) of gas discharge lamps when used as special lamps for reprography on the basis of the light pausing method, lithography, insect traps, photochemical and Exposure processes with phosphors such as magnesium silicate ((Sr, Ba) 2 MgSi 2 O 7 :Pb)

Expires on 1 January 2011.

18b.

Lead as activator in the phosphor powder (of which mass fraction lead of 1% or less) of gas discharge lamps when used as tanning lamps with phosphors such as barium silicate (BaSi) 2 O 5 :Pb)

19.

Lead with PbBiSn-Hg and PbInSn-Hg in special compounds as main tamalgam and with PbSn-Hg as additional amalgam in super compact energy-saving lamps

Expires on 1 June 2011.

20.

Lead oxide in glass soles for the connection of the front and rear glass panes of flat fluorescent lamps for liquid crystal displays (LCD)

Expires on 1 June 2011.

21.

Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on glass such as borosilicate glass and lime-Natron-Glass

23.

Lead in the coating of fine pitch components-other than plug connectors-with a pitch of 0.65 mm or less

May be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment which were placed on the market before 24 September 2010.

24.

Lead in solders for discoidale and planar array-multilayer ceramic capacitors with metallized holes

25.

Lead oxide in structural elements of SED displays (surface conduction electron emitter displays (SED), particularly in the glass frit for the fastening (seal frit) and the glass frittering (frit ring)

26.

Lead oxide in the glass jacket of BLB lamps (black light bulbs)

Expires on 1 June 2011.

27.

Lead alloys as Lote for converters in high-power loudspeakers (for multi-hour operation at a sound pressure of 125 dB/SPL and above)

Expired on 24 September 2010.

29.

Bound lead in crystal glass in accordance with Annex I (crystal glass types 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Council Directive 69 /493/EEC 1

30.

Cadmium alloys as electrical/mechanical solder for electrical conductors, which are used directly on the voice coil in transducers in high-power loudspeakers with sound pressure of 100 dB (A) and above

31.

Lead in solder in mercury-free flat fluorescent lamps (e.g. B. for liquid crystal displays, design or industrial lighting)

32.

Lead oxide in glass frits for the fastening of glass panes for argon and krypton laser tubes

33.

Lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires with a diameter of at most 100 μm in power transformers

34.

Lead in trimming potentiometers on a cermet basis.

36.

Mercury as an inhibitor for avoiding cathode sputtering in DC plasma displays with a content of up to 30 mg per display

Expires on 1 July 2010.

37.

Lead in the coating of high-voltage diodes on the basis of a zinc borate glass housing

38.

Cadmium and cadmium oxide in thick-film pastes which are used on aluminium-bound beryllium oxide

39.

Cadmium in colour-converting II-VI-based LEDs (< 10 μg Cd per mm2 light emitting area) for use in semiconductor lighting or display systems

Expires on 1 July 2014.

Note: For the purposes of point (a) of Article 5 (1) of Directive 2002/95/EC, the maximum concentration shall be a mass fraction of 0.1% each, of lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) per homogenous material and tolerated by 0.01% cadmium per homogenous material. "

9. In Annex 3, the last line of the table is: "

Gas discharge lamps

Light fittings (gas discharge lamps)

-

80

500

Lighting fixtures-small (LED lamps with standard version)

70

50

"

Berlakovich