About The Permissible Level Of Air Pollution And Its Detection

Original Language Title: o přípustné úrovni znečišťování ovzduší a jejím zjišťování

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415/2012 Sb.



DECREE



of 21 June 1999. November 2012



about permissible pollution level and its detection and on the implementation of

some other provisions of the Act on the protection of the atmosphere



Change: 155/2014 Sb.



Change: 155/2014 Coll. (part)



Ministry of the environment shall establish in accordance with § 4 para. 9, § 6 (1).

9, § 12 para. 8, § 16 para. 8, § 17 para. 7, § 18 para. 4, § 32 para. 9

and section 34 para. 5 of law No 201/2009 Coll., on the protection of the atmosphere, (hereinafter referred to as

the "Act"):



PART THE FIRST



INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1) and

It lays down the



and) intervals, manner and conditions of survey level of pollution measurements

and the calculation, how to evaluate the results of the surveys of the level of pollution of the

and the method of detection and evaluation of the performance of the darkness of smoke



(b)) the General emission limits, specific emission limits, the method of calculation

the emission ceilings and the technical conditions for the operation of stationary sources and

method of evaluation of their performance,



(c) the method of determining the number of) operating hours,



d fuel quality requirements), the mode of proof requirements for their

the format and scope of performance and reporting of compliance with these requirements,



e) requirements for products containing volatile organic compounds,



(f) operational requirements and registration) summary of operating records

operational instructions, professional judgement, stray study, the Protocol on the

a single measurement of emissions,



(g)) the way the application of compensatory measures and the minimum values

the contribution of stationary sources to the level of pollution.



(2) this Ordinance has been notified in accordance with the directive of the European

Parliament and Council Directive 98/34/EC of 22 December 2004. June 1998 on the procedure for

the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of rules

for information society services, as amended by Directive 98/48/EC.



§ 2



Basic concepts



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and biomass burning) in stationary sources of product that is

formed from plant material originating from agriculture or

forestry and that can be used as fuel for the purpose of obtaining his

energy content and the following waste used as a fuel:



1. vegetable waste from agriculture and forestry,



2. vegetable waste from the food processing industry, if you will use the

produced by the heat,



3. vegetable waste from the pulp production and from production of paper from

pulp, if it is co-incinerated at the place of production and the heat generated is

the exploits,



4. the Cork waste,



5. wood waste with the exception of wood waste which may contain

halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment

wood preservatives or coating, including in particular

such wood waste originating from construction and demolition waste,



(b)) emission factor specific production emissions typical of a particular group

stationary sources,



(c) the unit of production share of emissions) of weight of the pollutant or

set a group of substances from a stationary source items to air and

the reference quantities,



d) gas oil means any petroleum-derived liquid fuel, with the exception

marine fuel ^ 5) listed under the codes 2710 19 25, 2710 19 29, 2710 19 47,

2710 19 48, 2710 20 17 or 2710 20 19 of the combined nomenclature in the

Annex I to Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/873), or any liquid

with the exception of marine fuel fuel ^ 5), which is at a temperature of 250 ° c

by using the method according to the technical standards specified by law

on technical requirements for products "^ 2") less than 65% by volume, including

losses and to the temperature of 350 ° c is at least 85% by volume, including

losses,



e) heavy fuel oil means any petroleum-derived liquid fuel with

excluding ship's fuel ^ 5) and gas oil referred to in codes 2710 19

51 to 2710 19 68, 2710 20 31, 2710 20 35 or 2710 20 39 combined

the nomenclature in annex I to Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/873) that in

as a result of its distillation limits, falls within the category of heavy oils

intended for use as fuel, which is at a temperature of 250 ° c

by using the method according to the technical standards specified by law

on technical requirements for products "^ 2") less than 65% by volume, including

losses; If it is not possible to carry out the distillation covered by this method, the product is

seen as a heavy fuel oil.



PART TWO



DETECTION OF THE LEVELS OF POLLUTION AND EVALUATION OF FULFILMENT OF EMISSION LIMITS



§ 3



One-time measurement intervals



(§ 6 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) a single measurement is performed after



and the first performance of stationary sources) into operation,



(b) any change in fuel) raw or thermally processed waste

operation authorization, or



c) each intervention, or equipment of the stationary source,

that could lead to a change in emissions,



and at the latest within 3 months of the emergence of some of these facts or

within the time limit laid down in the authorisation service.



(2) in addition to the measure referred to in paragraph 1 shall be further carried out a one-time measurement

emissions in the following intervals:



and) once per calendar year for stationary sources not listed in the

(b)), and (c)),



b) once every 3 calendar years



1. in the case of internal combustion stationary sources with total rated thermal

input from 1 MW to 5 MW burning gaseous or liquid fuel and

internal combustion stationary sources with a total rated thermal input

from 0.3 MW to 1 MW burning solid fuels,



2. for stationary sources listed in annex 5, part II, points

1.1., 1.2., 1.3. and 1.4. with the projected consumption of organic

solvents in the range 0.6-15 t/year,



3. for stationary sources listed in annex 5, part II, points

4.1., 4.2. and 7. with the projected consumption of organic solvents in

range 0.6-5 t/year,



4. for stationary sources listed in annex No 5 in part II, point 4.3.

with the projected consumption of organic solvents in the range of 0.5-2

t/a, point 9. with the projected consumption of organic solvents in

range 0.6-20 t/year and point 4.4.



5. for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, points

2.2.1., 3.8.1., 4.1.1, 4.1. and 6.13.,



6. for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, points

3.5.1., 3.7.1. and 5.2.1. If source is equipped with a device for the reduction of

emissions,



7. for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, point

3.4.2. with the projected heat output from 1 MW to 5 MW, including point a,

3.5.2. with the projected heat output from 0.3 MW to 5 MW, including,



8. for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, point

4.2.2.,



9. for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, point

4.2.4.,



10. for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, point

4.2.5. with an annual nominal capacity of more than 50 tonnes of finished

products, or



11. for stationary sources, for which the level of pollution of the

achieved by adjusting the technological control of the production process, or

using technology to reduce emissions, if at the same time in the permit

operation of the obligation of continuous measurements and recording of

one or more parameters that determine the level of pollution;

the frequency of measurement shall not apply to combustion for stationary sources

the total rated thermal input of 50 MW or more and on stationary

the source of the heat-processing waste,



(c)) twice per calendar year



1. for stationary sources of heat-processing waste in the case of

heavy metals, polychlorinated dibenzo-dioxin ("PCDD") and

polychlorinated dibenzofuran ("PCDF"); during the first 12

months of operation shall be carried out after every measurement 4 3 months of service

a stationary source,



2. for internal combustion stationary sources with total nominal tepleném

input of 50 MW and above.



(3) a one-time emission measurements referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out in cases of

referred to



a) in (a)) soon as possible after the expiration of 6 months from the date of the previous

a one-time measurement



(b)) in (b)) soon as possible after 18 months from the date of the previous

a one-time measurement



c) in (c)) soon as possible after the expiry of 3 months from the date of the previous

a one-time measurement.



(4) a one-time measurement referred to in paragraph 2 is not performed on the stationary

sources listed in part A of annex 4 to the Act for the polluting

substances referred to therein; This does not apply in the case of the measurement of the emission of mercury and its

compounds for internal combustion stationary sources burning coal

performed once per calendar year.



(5) instead of the measurement of the emission of pollutants referred to in paragraph 2, for the

examine the level of pollution of the calculation



a) for internal combustion stationary sources of firing gas and/or liquid

fuel to the total rated heat input of the 1 MW,



(b)) for stationary sources listed in annex No 5 in part II, item 3.,



(c)) for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, points

1.3., 2.1., 3.8.3., 3.8.4. and 6.16.,



d) for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in part II, points

3.5.1., 3.7.1, 5.2.1. If these resources are not equipped with a device to

the reduction of emissions for stationary sources listed in annex No. 8 in

Part II, section 4.2.5. with an annual projected capacity up to 50 tons of finished


products including.



(6) if there is no stationary source for a particular pollutant

specific emission limit established in this Decree, but only in the permit

the operation, established a regional office in accordance with § 12 para. 4 of the law on the authorisation

also the way the terms of one-time emission measurements and intervals

this pollutant. When establishing the measurement frequency taking into account the

the time and method of operation of a stationary source and its effect on quality

the air.



(7) in the case of the internal combustion stationary sources, which cannot be given its

function in the transmission system or the system of supply of thermal energy and

having regard to the manner of its operation comply with the conditions for the implementation of

one-time emission measurements provided for in § 6 (1). 7 of the law in the interval

provided for in paragraph 2, the one-time emission measurements always performs when you

the first occasion on which it will be possible to meet these conditions.



(8) from the measurement of the emission of volatile organic compounds referred to in paragraph 2 may be on

the basis of the decision of the regional authority under section 6 (1). 2 act omitted and

check for the calculation of the emissions for stationary sources referred to in part II of

Annex No. 5, if not using the technology to reduce emissions of these

substances.



§ 4



Method and conditions surveys by measuring the level of pollution by disposable



(§ 6 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) a one-time emission measurements shall be representative and relevant, and

the method used for measurement and sampling procedures must reflect as accurately as possible

the fact about the level of pollution. These requirements shall be deemed to

be fulfilled if it is proceeded according to designated technical standards referred to in

the law on technical requirements for výrobky2). Methods and procedures for subscriptions

and the determination of the pollutants and supplementary quantities, for which it is

required certificate of accreditation that are listed in part I of Annex No. 1

to this Decree.



(2) a one-time emission measurements shall be carried out by manual methods

separate subscriptions for each consecutive samples or

device for continuous measurement of emissions. Within a single measurement

the emissions for each subscription is considered an individual measurement of the sample and its

evaluation. For one-time emission measurements can be used only by those

measurement methods that allow to determine the concentration of pollutants

at least in the interval from 10% to 200% of the specific emission limit.



(3) when a single measurement by manual methods is carried out



and at least three individual measurements) for stationary sources with unchanging

operating conditions,



(b)) at least 6 individual measurements for stationary sources with variable

operating conditions,



(c) operational and technical conditions) the emission concentrations

pollutants specified number of each successive

measurements on stationary sources with periodic, intermittent, šaržovitým

manufacturing method to the measurement of time interval cycle struck the entire

or lot; sampling time of each successive measurement

adapt to the expected environmental concentrations in accordance with the technical procedures for

one-off measurements and requirements of this order, the technical standards for

one-off measurements and conditions laid down in the authorisation of operation,



(d) each measurement period) at least 30 minutes and not more than 8 hours in the

the case of heavy metals, and at least 6 hours and a maximum of 8 hours in the case of PCDDS

and PCDFs,



e) differently from the provisions in (a)) and (b)), only one individual

measure the for PCDDs, PCDFs and heavy metals in



1. stationary sources of heat-processing hazardous waste is

nominal capacity of 1 tonne of waste per hour,



2. stationary sources of heat-processing municipal waste is

nominal capacity up to 3 tonnes of waste per hour,



3. stationary sources of heat-processing other than dangerous

waste with a nominal capacity of up to 50 tonnes of waste per day,



4. the stationary sources of heat-processing waste, if it cannot

When you experience heat treatment to pollution of the

pollutant.



(4) the minimum duration of a one-time measurement in accordance with § 3 (1). 1, with the exception of

stationary sources referred to in paragraphs 6 and 7, and after a single

the measurements for the use of instruments for the continuous measurement is



and) 6 hours for stationary sources at rated power stationary

resources, or



(b)) for stationary sources with periodic, intermittent or šaržovitým

way of producing fixed so that a single measurement is made after the

duration of one or more cycles or batches at the nominal

the performance of stationary sources; It takes one cycle or a lot less than 4

hours, includes a one-time measurement measuring at least 3 cycles or

lots, if this measure can be performed within one day; If the

one cycle or a lot longer than 4 hours or if it is not possible to make

measurement of 3 cycles or batches in one day, only the emissions shall be measured after

the duration of one cycle.



If you cannot reach for a stationary source for technical reasons

rated power, a single measurement at maximum

stationary source performance attainable.



(5) the minimum duration of a one-time measurement in accordance with § 3 (1). 2, with the exception of

stationary sources referred to in paragraphs 6 and 7, and after a single

the measurements for the use of instruments for the continuous measurement is



and) 6 hours during normal operational performance of stationary source, or



(b)) for stationary sources with periodic, intermittent or šaržovitým

way of producing fixed so that a single measurement is made after the

duration of one or more cycles or batches in the ordinary

operational performance of the source; It takes one cycle or a lot less than 4

hours, includes a one-time measurement measuring at least 3 cycles or

lots, if this measure can be performed within one day; If the

one cycle or a lot longer than 4 hours or if it is not possible to make

measurement of 3 cycles or batches in one day, only the emissions shall be measured after

the duration of one cycle.



(6) for internal combustion stationary sources with total rated thermal

up to 5 MW, including firing the only light fuel oil, diesel oil,

natural gas degazační gas, liquefied natural gas, hydrogen, or

liquefied petroleum gases and their mixtures can be a one-time measurement of carbon

monoxide and nitrogen oxides make Titrate potentiometrically by direct measurement

electrochemical apparatus having articles. In this case, is done

at least



and) 3 individual measurements, each of a duration of at least 15 minutes with the

period of storing the measured values equal to or less than 30 seconds on

stationary sources with stable operating conditions, carried out in the

a time interval of at least 45 minutes or



(b)) 6 individual measurements, each of a duration of at least 15 minutes

with a period of storing the measured values equal to or less than 30 seconds on

stationary sources with variable operating conditions, carried out in

period of at least 90 minutes.



(7) for stationary sources equipped with technology to reduce emissions

solid pollutants with output lower than concentrations of 50 mg m-3

for operational status conditions and emission limits laid down for the

solid pollutants is done 3 individual measurements of the concentration of

solid pollutants. Sampling time, partial sequences

the samples conforms to the expected environmental concentrations in accordance with the requirements of this

the Decree, technical standards for single measurements and terms

laid down in the permits, at least in the duration of the 24-30

minutes for each partial measurement.



§ 5



Evaluation of single measurement



(§ 6 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) the results of one-time measurement is evaluated



and) when using manual methods such as value weighted average according to the

the collection period for each of the samples for the whole measurement of the results of each

measurement of expressed after the conversion to established status and reference

conditions,



(b)) when using the apparatus for continuous measurement such as average values

for every 30-minute measurement, expressed after the conversion to established status, and

the terms of reference and as the arithmetic mean of these values for the whole

measurement, or



(c)) when you use devices with electrochemical cells as average

values for every 15 minutes after calculating the measurement expressed as set out

the status and terms of reference and as the arithmetic mean of these values

for the whole measurement.



(2) for stationary sources of heat-processing hazardous waste

installed technologies to reduce emissions is the conversion to the reference

the oxygen content is carried out only if the oxygen content after

for the measurement of emissions exceeds a specified value of the reference content

of oxygen. For stationary sources of heat-processing waste

not apply conversion to the reference oxygen content in the case of its combustion

in an atmosphere enriched with oxygen.



(3) the assessment of a one-time measurement includes data on mass

the concentration of the pollutant, its mass flow, the unit of production

the issue of processed so that they can be compared with the emission limits, and


further specification of the operating status and the conditions under which the measurement was

on stationary sources is performed.



(4) the concentration of PCDDs, PCDFs and polychlorinated biphenyls,

calculated as the mass concentrations of the individual totals PCDD,

PCDFs and polychlorinated biphenyls multiplied by coefficients of equivalents

toxicity listed in part II of annex 1.



§ 6



The evaluation of the fulfilment of emission limits for one-time measurement



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



The emission limit shall be deemed to be respected when



and the average of the results of individual measurement) concentration of a pollutant

for the whole of the one-time emission measurements made in accordance with § 4 para. 3 to 7 is

less than or equal to the value of the emission limit and at the same time each value

concentration of the pollutant found each measurement is less

than 120% of the emission limit. Similarly, compliance with the emission limit shall be assessed,

If there is a measurable quantity other than expressed by weight concentration

pollutants, and



(b)) for stationary sources of heat-processing waste none of the values

concentrations of pollutants in the sampling period of heavy metals, PCDD

and does not exceed the value of the specific VALUE of emission limits.



§ 7



Method and conditions of continuous measurements of pollution levels of discovery



(§ 6 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) the continuous measurement, calibration and verification of its

the results must be representative and relevant, and the method used for measurement and

sampling must as accurately as possible reflect the fact on the level

pollution. These requirements shall be considered satisfied if the observed

According to specific technical standards according to the law on technical requirements

the products ^ 2).



(2) for continuous emission measurement equipment is used

determine the mass concentration of polluting substances in at least

the interval from 10% to 250% specific emission limit or in the case of

stationary source equipped with technology to reduce emissions of solid

pollutants at least in the interval from 10% to 250% of the concentration

guaranteed by the manufacturer of this technology.



§ 8



Evaluation of continuous measurements



(§ 6 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) for the evaluation of continuous emission measurement shall apply this procedure



and from the values measured by) at intervals of not less than 1 minute is as

arithmetic mean of the values recorded for at least

20 minutes 30 minutes interval calculated from the monitored half-hour

the mean value of the concentration of the relevant pollutants in

set out the status, conditions and also a 10-minute average

the value of the carbon monoxide in stationary sources of heat-

waste handling,



b) half-hourly average values of concentration is calculated using the average

daily value and concentration of the pollutant emission

limit shall be recorded,



(c)) for stationary sources of heat-processing waste must not be for

obtaining valid daily average values left out more than 5

half-hourly average values for reasons of failure or system maintenance

continuous measurements per day,



(d)) for obtaining the validated average half-hour and goes

average values shall be deducted from the measured result of the interval value

the reliability of the referred to in § 9 para. 6. The validated average values and from

they calculated the average daily concentration values shall be used only for

evaluation of the performance of the emission limits in accordance with § 9 para. 1, 2 and 4.



(2) for the evaluation of continuous measurement of volume flow exhaust

the gas will be used for this procedure



and from the values measured by) at intervals of not less than 1 minute to

calculates the average value of the volumetric flow of the half-hour waste gas

When you set the status conditions; for a half-hour of the average value

the arithmetic average of the per-minute mean values

recorded for at least 20 minutes from the reference offset

interval, and



b) half-hourly average values of the volumetric flow of the flue gas and

the time of day the operation of a stationary source shall be calculated in the total volume of

the flue gas when you set out the status and terms of reference

discharged into the air per day; in the case of one-hour averaging

polluting substances shall be treated in accordance with paragraph 1 (b). (d)).



(3) for stationary sources of heat-processing waste shall not apply

conversion to the reference oxygen content in the case of burning in the atmosphere

oxygen-enriched. If emissions of pollutants are reduced by

cleaning the flue gas in stationary sources of heat

hazardous waste-handling, the conversion to oxygen content

only if the oxygen content measured over the same period in which the

was the measurement of the pollutants exceeds the reference

the oxygen content.



(4) Daily continuous emission measurement results are stored

electronically and printed in cases where the document exceeded

the emission limit. On the first working day following the end of the

calendar year are processed summary results for the calendar year,

that are kept in electronic form.



§ 9



Evaluation of the implementation of the continuous emission measurement



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



(



1) emission limit of the continuous emission measurement on combustion

stationary sources, with the exception of stationary sources of heat-

waste handling, is considered to have been fulfilled if they are fulfilled

These terms and conditions



and no valid) monthly average value does not exceed the value of the

specific emission limit



(b)) no valid daily average value does not exceed 110% of the value

specific emission limit or in the case of internal combustion stationary

sources with a total rated thermal input of 50 MW and the

only black coal no daily average value does not exceed 150% of the value

specific emission limit, and



c) no valid half-hour average value does not exceed 200% of the value

specific emission limit.



(2) the emission limit of the continuous emission measurements on stationary

sources of heat-processing waste is considered to have been met if

following conditions are met



and applicable) none of the daily average values do not exceed the value of

specific emission limits



(b) the applicable) none of the half-hourly average values or in cases

where relevant, 97% of the half-hourly average values in the

calendar year do not exceed any value of the specific emission

limits,



(c) 97% of all) daily average values of concentration of carbon monoxide in

calendar year does not exceed the value of the specific emission limit



(d) 95% of the ten-minute average) values or all of half an hour

the average concentration of carbon monoxide for a period of 24 hours

do not exceed the specific emissions limits; for resources in which the temperature of the gas from the

the combustion process is at least 1 100 ° c for at least two

seconds, it may be used for evaluation of the ten-minute averages

7-day evaluation period and



(e)) for the calendar year is not for reasons of failure or system maintenance

continuous measurement released more than 10 valid daily average

values. The conditions referred to in points (b)), (c)) and (d)) apply only to the

waste incinerators.



(3) emission limit of the continuous emission measurements on stationary

resources that use organic solvents shall be deemed to have been met,

If the following conditions are met



and) none of the daily average values do not exceed the value of the specific

emission limits and



(b)) none of the hourly averages exceeds 150% of the value of the specific emission

limits.



(4) for stationary sources other than those listed in paragraphs 1 to 3 of the emission

the limit is considered satisfied if the following conditions are met



a) no annual average concentration, specific production emissions or

another parameter, which is represented by the emission limit value shall not exceed the

specific emission limit



(b) none of the daily average value) concentration does not exceed 120% of the value

specific emission limit, and



c) no valid half-hour average concentration does not exceed 200

% the value of specific emission limit.



(5) The values decisive for assessment of compliance with the emission limit

do not include the figures recorded at the time of placing a stationary source to

the operation, at the time of its shut-down or when you are troubleshooting

failure, or disaster. The length of the permissible duration of these conditions

must be listed in a production order. For placing a stationary source to

operation and shut-down of the operation are not considered initiating and

closing of cycles on stationary sources with periodic, intermittent

or šaržovitým way of production.



(6) when assessing the fulfilment of emission limits for the average value

referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a) to (c)), in paragraph 2 (a). a) to (c)) and in the

paragraph 4 (b). ) to c) to be validated values according to § 8 para.

1, which are obtained from the measured hourly, half-hourly or

combustion results by subtracting the maximum values of the 95% interval

reliability of the results of individual measurements that must not be at the level of


specific emission limit values shall not exceed the following percentage

the share values of this emission limit: 10% for carbon monoxide, 20% for

sulphur dioxide, 20% in nitrogen oxides, 20% for ammonia, 30% for solid

pollutants, 30% for total organic carbon, 40% for

hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, 40% of 40% for and 40% for hydrogen sulphide carbon disulphide.

For stationary sources of heat-processing waste is this emission

the limit value for the daily emission limit.



(7) in the evaluation of compliance with the emission limit shall be disregarded for the downtime

continuous measurement does not exceed 5% of the total operating time

stationary source in a calendar year. This does not apply to non-mobile

the source of the heat-processing waste.



§ 10



How to detect darkness of smoke



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) for the detection of darkness of smoke is used Ringelmannova scale,

which consists of 6 square fields consisting of rectangular black

line thickness and the density of the network on the white background of the corresponding

the following degrees of darkness of smoke:



and) the degree of 0 corresponds to 0% of black ink on a white background with a defined

80% light reflectivity,



(b)) the degree 1 corresponds to 20% of black ink on a white background,



c) grade 2 corresponds to 40% of black ink on a white background,



d) grade 3 corresponds to 60% of black ink on a white background,



e) grade 4 corresponds to 80% of black ink on a white background,



f) stage 5 corresponds to 100% black ink on a white background.



(2) grade 5 Ringelmannovy scale is used for the verification of its optical

the properties. Black color used to print scale must be a reflection

light 5%.



(3) for the measurement of the darkness of smoke must be compliance with the following

terms and conditions:



and the direction of the smoke plume) protruding from the chimney is approximately at a right angle

to the direction of observation



(b) background of the smoke plume forms) diffuse light of the sky during the day;

the measurement cannot be performed against the Sun, against the development or the surrounding terrain

and



(c)) Ringelmannovu the scale holds an observer in freely stretched arm

the network of the individual fields into different degrees of gray color.



(4) the evaluation of the measurement of the darkness of smoke Ringelmannova scale

compare with smoky siding in the output location of smoke from the chimney Crown and determines the

the degree of darkness of smoke. When the measurement is performed gradually 30 determination

the degree of darkness of smoke at regular intervals půlminutových. The length of the

one reading is 5 seconds. The measurements are evaluated as average darkness

smoke from the 30 meter readings. For evaluation, any time the placing

stationary combustion sources in duration no more than 30 minutes,

unless otherwise provided for in the authorization of the operation.



§ 11



Evaluation of the performance of permissible smoke darkness



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



Permissible smoke darkness is considered observed if the average

the darkness of the smoke is not darker than grade 2 Ringelmannovy scale or other

colors.



§ 12



How to detect the level of pollution of the calculation



(§ 6 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) in order to determine the emission Calculation is performed once per calendar

year one of these ways



and the balance of the technological process) as the difference between the weight of

pollutants in the process of entering and the mass of the pollutants

in the process of rising in other ways than emissions into the ambient air

(hereinafter referred to as "mass balance"),



(b)) by multiplying the emission factor specified for the relevant group

stationary sources in the Ministry of the environment and

the number of units of the relevant reference values on a stationary source in

the required period of time, or



(c)) as the product of the specific manufacturing emissions and the corresponding reference variables, if

You cannot use the method referred to in point (a)), or (b)) and is so provided for in

enable operation.



(2) for stationary sources listed in part II of annex 5, the

the mass balance for volatile organic chemicals performed according to part IV

Annex No 5.



PART THREE



THE COMBUSTION OF FUELS



section 13 of the



General provisions for the combustion of fuels



This part of the Ordinance applies to internal combustion stationary sources, in which

are burned fuel, with the exception of



a) stationary sources, in which combustion gases are used for direct heating,

drying, burning or other heat treatment of objects or materials,

in particular, the reheating furnaces or furnaces for heat treatment,



b) stationary sources for additional combustion, is used to clean

the waste gases by combustion, if not operated as an independent

internal combustion stationary sources,



c) stationary sources for regeneration of catalysts, catalytic

cleavage,



d) stationary sources for processing hydrogen sulphide into sulphur,



e) reactors used in the chemical industry,



f) coke batteries,



g) stationary sources of heat-processing waste that is not

biomass under section 2 (b). and)



h) blast furnaces, recuperators



I) gas turbines and gas engines located on offshore

rigs,



j) stationary sources, in which experiencing pyrolysis or gasification

fuels without access of air,



k) stationary sources, with a total rated thermal input of up to 0.3

MW including.



§ 14



Specific emission limits



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) the specific emissions limits, and status and reference conditions for combustion

stationary sources with a total rated thermal input of 50 MW and

higher, for which has been made a complete application for the first operation authorization,

or similar authorization under earlier legislation, 7.

January 2013 and have been put into operation no later than 7. January 2014,

listed in table 1 of part I of the annex 2 to this Decree.



(2) the specific emissions limits, and status and reference conditions for combustion

stationary sources with a total rated thermal input of 50 MW and

higher, for which it was submitted a complete application for the first operation authorization

January 7, 2013 or later, or have been put into service after the 7. January

2014, are listed in table 2 of part I of the annex 2 to this Decree.



(3) the specific emissions limits, and status and reference conditions for combustion

stationary sources with a total rated thermal input greater than

less than 0.3 MW and 50 MW are set out in part II of annex 2 to this

the Decree.



(4) for internal combustion stationary sources, which are at the same time, or

Alternately incinerated two or more fuel types, the values of the specific

provides for the calculation of the emission limits set out in section III of annex 2 to the

This Decree. The use of other types of fuel when placing a stationary

the resource to the service or in stabilizing combustion, defined in the operational

the order is not considered burning more fuel types.



§ 15



Technical conditions of operation



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) for internal combustion stationary sources in accordance with § 4 para. 6 of the Act shall

be fulfilled, at least the minimum ratio of the mass of sulphur which place

stationary combustion sources in a given period to the weight of the sulphur

contained in the fuel which is introduced into the combustion for stationary sources

applied and in the same time period (hereinafter referred to as "burned by degree

FGD "). The degree of desulphurisation shall be regarded as met if the evaluation of the

measurements shows that all average values of the degree of desulphurization

for that calendar month amounted to set degree. To the values

decisive for assessment of compliance with the minimum degree of desulphurisation,

do not include the figures recorded at the time of placing a stationary source to

the operation, at the time of its shut-down or when you are troubleshooting

a breakdown or accident.



(2) the minimum degree of desulphurisation for internal combustion stationary sources, which

the first operation authorization has been issued, or similar authorization by

earlier legislation, 27. November 2002 or for which

complete the request has been lodged on the first operation authorization prior to this date

and have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003, are set out

in table 1 of part IV of the annex 2 to this Decree.



(3) the minimum degree of desulphurisation for internal combustion stationary sources, which

the first operation authorization has been issued, or similar authorization by

earlier legislation, out of 27. November 2002 and 7. January 2013

or have been placed in service between 27. in November 2003, and 7. January 2014,

are set out in table 2 of part IV of the annex 2 to this Decree.



(4) the minimum degree of desulphurisation for internal combustion stationary sources, which

the first operation authorization has been issued, or similar authorization by

earlier legislation, 7. January 2013 or later, or were

placed in service after 7. January 2014, are set out in table 3 of part

(IV) of annex 2 to this Decree.



(5) the Chipboards, plywood, fibreboard sheets plate or other laminated wood

You can burn only in the stationary combustion sources with a total

rated thermal input of 3 MW or higher, and only in the case that

do not contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of

treatment of substances to protect the wood or finishes. In a place where

This fuel is produced as a by-product of the production, it can be

burn in the combustion stationary sources with total nominal

heat input from 0.3 MW to 3 MW, equipped with automatic dosing


fuel and automatic control of the combustion process.



section 16 of the



The method of determining the number of operating hours



(§ 6 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) in the case of the internal combustion stationary sources will be established as operating hours

time expressed in hours, during which the stationary source in

stable operation. By this time does not include time for marketing

stationary combustion sources in service and the period of shut-down of the

the operation, which is determined in a production order.



(2) for internal combustion stationary sources with total rated thermal

input of 50 MW and above their entry into service and the time of their

shut-off periods set forth the procedure laid down in the decision of the European

the Commission issued pursuant to article 41 (b). and a directive of the European Parliament)

and the Council 2010/75/EU.



PART FOUR



THE REQUIREMENTS ON THE QUALITY OF FUELS



§ 17



The requirements on the quality of fuels and a way of demonstrating their performance



(§ 16 para. 8 of the Act)



(1) fuel quality requirements are specified in part I of annex 3 to the

This Decree.



(2) proof of compliance with the fuel quality is done by evidence of

analysis of fuel samples carried out by an accredited person

a national accreditation body authorised by another legal

předpisu2). Procedures for sampling and analysis must be

Representative and relevant, and must reflect as accurately as possible the actual

the quality of the fuel. These procedures shall be considered satisfied if the observed

According to specific technical standards according to the law on technical requirements

the products ^ 2).



section 18



Reporting of data on the quality of fuels



(§ 16 para. 8 of the Act)



(1) reporting of data on the quality of fuels according to § 16 para. 1 of the Act is

apply to heavy fuel oil, gas oil and solid fuel intended for

internal combustion stationary sources with a rated thermal input of up to 0.3 MW

including.



(2) the details reports on the quality of fuels are laid down in part II

Annex No. 3 to this notice.



PART FIVE



THERMAL TREATMENT OF WASTE



§ 19



General provisions to the thermal treatment of waste



This part of the Ordinance applies to stationary sources, in which it is

thermally treated waste, with the exception of stationary sources, in which it is

heat-processed only waste falling under the definition of biomass under §

2 (a). and), radioactive waste, animal carcasses, or waste

resulting from the exploration and production of oil and natural gas from

installations and incinerated on Board of these devices.



section 20



Specific emission limits and technical conditions of operation



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) specific emission limits for waste incinerators and status and reference

the conditions are set out in point 1. Part I of the annex No 4 to this notice.



(2) the method of determining the specific emission limits, and status and

the terms of reference for the thermal treatment of waste in a stationary source

other than waste incineration plant is defined in section 2. Part II of annex # 4 to the

This Decree.



(3) the internal combustion stationary sources in accordance with § 4 para. 6 of the Act, which

heat-processed waste together with the fuel, must be instead of

the emission limit for sulphur dioxide filled with at least a degree of desulphurization

laid down in part IV of Annex No. 2. The required degree of desulphurisation,

considered to be met, provided that the conditions laid down in article 15, paragraph 2.

1.



(4) the technical operating conditions for stationary sources of heat-

processing waste are set out in part II of annex 4 to this

the Decree.



PART SIX



TREATMENT OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS



section 21



General provisions for the management of volatile organic substances



For the purposes of this Ordinance, the volatile organic compounds are divided into



a) volatile organic compounds, which are classified as substances

carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction and to which is assigned

hazard statements H340, H350, H350i, H360D or H360F,

or that these phrases must be referred to, with the exception of petrol



b) halogenated volatile organic compounds which are assigned to standard

hazard H341 or H351, or that these phrases must be

referred to,



c) petrol and volatile organic substances that do not fall under subparagraph (a)), or

(b)).



section 22



Specific emission levels, emission ceilings and the technical conditions of operation



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



(1) specific emission levels, emission ceilings and technical conditions

the operation of stationary sources, in which experiencing the use of

organic solvents, are listed in annex 5 to this Decree.



(2) the specific emissions limits and technical operating conditions for the

stationary sources, in which experiencing loading with petrol, are

set out in annex 6 to this Ordinance.



Article 23 of the



The requirements for products containing volatile organic compounds



(Section 18, paragraph 4, of the Act)



(1) the list of selected paints, varnishes and vehicle refinishing products

pursuant to section 18 of the Act (hereinafter referred to as "products") listed in part I of the

of annex 7 to this Decree.



(2) the limit values for the content of organic compounds or mixtures of organic

compounds, with the exception of methane, whose initial boiling point is less than or

equal to 250 ° c, at normal atmospheric pressure 101.3 kPa in selected

products (hereinafter referred to as "volatile organic substance in the selected product"), are

set out in part II of annex 7 to this Decree.



(3) the methods of analysis for the determination of volatile organic compounds

in the selected products are listed in part III of annex 7 to this

the Decree.



(4) the selected products are labelled with the designation



a) categories and subcategories of the selected product in accordance with part II of the annex.

7,



(b)) content limit values of volatile organic compounds in the selected

the product in g/l as referred to in part II of annex # 7



(c)) the maximum content of volatile organic compounds in the selected product in the

ready to use in g/l.



(5) for selected products which will add organic

solvents, the limit value is the content of volatile organic compounds

listed in part II of annex 7 applicable to the product in the State in which the

is ready to use. As part of the content of volatile organic compounds in

the selected products does not consider the mass of volatile organic substances which

during the drying of chemically react to form a protective film coating

mass.



(6) products under section 16(1). 3 of the law on the label or in the accompanying

technical documentation indicated



and an indication of the overall content) of volatile organic substances according to § 2 (b). m)

law in the product, expressed as a fraction or percentage by weight

percentage and



(b)) in the case of paints, adhesives or printing

the colors listed in annex No 5 also an indication of the content of substances in the product,

After evaporation of the water or the volatile organic compounds (the freeze

the only "non-volatile substances") as a percentage by weight or by volume, and

product density in g/cm3, if the previous figure given in vol.

percentage.



PART SEVEN



OTHER STATIONARY SOURCES



section 24



Specific emission limits and technical conditions of operation



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



Specific emission limits, the status and the reference conditions and technical

the conditions of operation of stationary sources not included in parts of the third, the fifth

and the sixth (hereinafter referred to as "the other stationary sources") are listed in annex

# 8 to this Ordinance.



PART EIGHT



GENERAL EMISSION LIMITS AND REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTS



§ 25



General emission limits



(§ 4 para. 9 of the Act)



General emission limits for the concentration of pollutants at a pressure

101.325 kPa and a temperature of 273.15 K in wet gas are set out in the annex

# 9 to this Decree.



section 26



Content requirements documents



(Section 12 paragraph 8 and § 17 para. 7 of the law)



(1) the details of the operational records are set out in Appendix 10 to this

the Decree.



(2) the details of the summary record of operation are set out in annex No.

11 to this Decree.



(3) the details of the operating procedure are laid down in annex 12 to this

the Decree.



(4) the details to expert assessment are set out in annex 13 to this

the Decree.



(5) the details of the Protocol on a single measurement are laid down in

Appendix 14 to this Decree.



(6) the Requirements stray studies are set out in annex 15 to this

the Decree.



PART NINE



COMPENSATORY MEASURES



section 27 of the



The way the application of compensatory measures



(Section 12 paragraph 1 of the law)



(1) compensatory measures shall be deposited with the stationary source and ground

communication referred to in section 11 (1) 1 (b). (b)) of the Act in the event that

their position has increased pollution levels by more than 1%

air pollution limit for the pollutant averaging time 1 calendar

year.



(2) for the purposes of assessing the compensatory measures are in annex No. 16

This Decree determined coefficients significance contribution resources to

air pollution (hereinafter referred to as "the factor of significance '), in

Depending on the effective height of the source.



(3) the compensatory measures are applied in a satisfactory manner if it is

reduction of the product of changes in the amount of a pollutant emitted in tonnes

for the year, and the significance of the coefficient of stationary or mobile sources,

on which to make compensatory measures, greater than or equal to the product of


changes in the amount of a pollutant emitted in tonnes per annum and

the significance of the coefficient of the newly umisťovaného stationary sources or

mobile sources on the road under consideration.



(4) in the case of the application of the compensatory measures in the form of insulating Green

cleaning of communications or other similar measures is not considered when

evaluation of the compensatory measures referred to in paragraph 3 of the discharge

pollutants into the air, but deleted the pollution.



PART TEN



TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS



Transitional provisions



section 28



(1) for stationary sources, on the basis of § 3 of the newly creates or

increases the frequency of one-time emission measurements to measure once a year,

the first measurement is made no later than 31 December 2006. December 2013.



(2) for stationary sources, which have been carried out in 2012

one-time emission measurements according to the existing legislation, this measurement

included in the measurement frequency according to the requirements laid down in this

the Decree.



(3) the methods and procedures for the measurement of emissions referred to under points 11. and 12. in

Part II of Annex No. 1 is required of accreditation 1. September 2013.



(4) the information summary operational records in accordance with Annex 11 shall be reported

for the first time in 2013. Summary operating data records for the year 2012

be reported according to the existing legislation until 31 December 2007. March 2013.



(5) for the Lepolovy of the furnace and the long rotary kiln the regional office to 1.

January 2016, allow exceptions to the fulfilment of emission limits for nitrogen oxides

set out in annex No 4, if the emission limit set in the authorisation

the operation does not exceed 800 mg m-3.



(6) volatile organic substances that are classified as substances

carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction and to which is assigned

hazard statements H340, H350, H350i, H360D or H360F, with

excluding gasoline, can be until 31 December 2006. may 2015 also marked sentences

indicating the risk phrases R45, R46, R49, R60 or R61.

Halogenated volatile organic compounds which are assigned to standard

hazard H341 or H351 may be until 31 December 2006. may 2015

at the same time marked phrases indicating the special risks R40 or

R68.



(7)



cancelled



(8) until 31 December 2006. December 2015 instead of § 9 para. 1 when continuous measurement

for internal combustion stationary sources, for which has been made complete

the first request authorization before the entry into force of this order,

emission limit is deemed to be met if, in the course of a calendar

of the following conditions fulfilled



and) annual average daily average value is lower than the value of the emission

limit,



(b)) 95% of the half-hourly average values is less than 120%

the emission limit values,



(c)) all the half-hourly average values are less than twice the

emission limit values and d) none of the monthly mean values

does not exceed the emission limit for sulphur dioxide and solid pollutants

97% and 95% for nitrogen oxides of all 48hodinových average values

does not exceed 110% of the emission limit. the 48-hour average value

means the arithmetic mean of two valid consecutive daily

average values; for the calculation of a 48 hour average values shall be used

daily average values, starting with 1. January and ending with 31. December

of the calendar year for which the calculation of the 48 hour average values can

each of the days in a year used only once; orphaned daily averages in

during the year, for the calculation of a 48 hour average values do not stack.



section 29



(1) specific emission limits laid down in § 14 para. 1 shall apply from 1 January 2005.

January 2016. Until 31 December 2006. December 2015 for the combustion stationary

the source, who was granted the first permit the operation of, or similar

permit under the former legislation, 27. November 2002

or for which it was submitted a complete application for a permit for the first operation before

that date and have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003,

specific emission limits set out in table 3 of part I of Annex No. 2 and

for internal combustion stationary sources, issued the first permit

service or similar authorization under earlier legislation between

27 November 2002 and 7. January 2013 or were placed in service between

27. in November 2003, and 7. January 2014, specific emission limits

set out in table 4 of part I of Annex No. 2.



(2) specific emission levels specified in tables 1.1, 2.1 and 3.1 of part

II, Appendix No. 2 to the internal combustion stationary sources listed here, for

which has been made a complete application for a permit to operate or similar

authorisation under earlier legislation 1. September 2013, and that

to be brought into operation on 1 July 1997. September 2014, apply from 1. January

2018. Until 31 December 2006. December 2017 shall apply for these internal combustion stationary sources

specific emission limits specified in tables 1.2, 2.2 and 3.2 of part II

Annex No. 2.



(3) the minimum degree of desulphurization laid down in table 1 of part IV of the annex No.

2 for internal combustion stationary sources, which was released first

permit the operation of, or similar authorization referred to in the previous

regulations 27. November 2002 or for which has been made complete

the first request to enable operation before that date and have been put into

operation no later than 27. November 2003, shall apply from 1 January 2005. January 2016. To

December 31, 2015 for these internal combustion stationary sources minimum

the degree of desulphurization laid down in table 4 of part IV of Annex No. 2.



(4) the minimum degree of desulphurization laid down in table 2 of part IV of the annex No.

2 for internal combustion stationary sources, which was released first

permit the operation of, or similar authorization referred to in the previous

the rules between the 27. November 2002 and 7. January 2013 or have been put into

traffic between 27. in November 2003, and 7. January 2014, apply from 1. January

2016. Until 31 December 2006. December 2015 for these internal combustion stationary sources

the minimum degree of desulphurization laid down in table 5 of part IV of Annex No. 2.



(5) the specific emissions limits specified in tables 1.1, 2.1 and 3.1 of part

II, Appendix No. 2 to the internal combustion stationary sources of firing

gaseous fuels apply from 1. January 2020. Until 31 December 2006. December 2019 is valid for

These internal combustion stationary sources emission limits specified in tables

1.2, 2.2 and 3.2 of part II of Annex No. 2.



PART ELEVEN



The EFFECTIVENESS of the



section 30



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. December 2012.



Minister:



Mgr. cottage in r.



Annex 1



Methods and procedures for the measurement of emissions, for which the certificate is required

accreditation, and the coefficients of equivalent toxicity of PCDDs, PCDFs and

polychlorinated biphenyls



Part I



Methods and procedures for the measurement of emissions, for which the certificate is required

accreditation



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The name of the test method for determining the number

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1. determination of flow velocity Measurement of flow velocity

and the waste gas volume flow and cross section

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2. Determination of moisture flue gas Condensation method

Adsorption method

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3. determination of the concentration of ParaMagnetic oxygen Method

Electrochemical article

(solid electrolyte)

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4. Determination of the mass concentration of gaseous Spectroscopy

pollutants by automated means of chemiluminescence

Analyzers (sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides,

carbon monoxide)

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5. determination of the total mass concentration of flame ionisation detection

organic substances, expressed as total

organic carbon by automated analyzers

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6. Determination of the concentration of organic compounds gas chromatography

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7. determination of mass concentration of dust Gravimetry

the pollutants

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8. determination of the concentration of odor substances Dynamic olfaktometrie

dynamic olfaktometrií

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9. sampling for the determination of heavy metals in the Izokinetický collection and absorption

liquid

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10. sampling for the determination of the persistent trickle-condensation Method

organic substances of the dilution Method

Chilled probe method

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11. sampling for the determination of sulphur dioxide in the liquid Absorption


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12. sampling for the determination of volatile liquids Absorption

inorganic compounds of chlorine

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Part II



Enumerate the for PCDDs, PCDFs, PCBs and their coefficients

toxicity equivalents



To determine the sum of the mass concentrations of the following

PCDDs, PCDFs and polychlorinated biphenyls before adding the multiplied referred to

coefficients of toxicity equivalents.



1. Enumeration of PCDDs and PCDFs and their toxicity equivalent factors

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PCDD/PCDF toxicity equivalent Factor

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2, 3, 7, 8-tetrachlordibenzodioxin (TCDD) 1

1, 2, 3, 7, 8-pentachlordibenzodioxin (PeCDD) 0.5

1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD) 0.1

1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD) 0.1

1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD) 0.1

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-heptachlordibenzodioxin (HpCDD) 0.01

oktachlordibenzodioxin (OCDD) 0.001

2, 3, 7, 8-tetrachlordibenzofuran (TCDF) 0.1

2, 3, 4, 7, 8-pentachlordibenzofuran (PeCDF) 0.5

1, 2, 3, 7, 8-pentachlordibenzofuran (PeCDF) 0.05

1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF) 0.1

1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF) 0.1

1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF) 0.1

2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF) 0.1

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-heptachlordibenzofuran (HpCDF) 0.01

1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9-heptachlordibenzofuran (HpCDF) 0.01

oktachlordibenzofuran (OCDF) 0.001

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2. Enumeration of polychlorinated biphenyls and their coefficients of equivalent

toxicity

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The code of the UIPAC Polychlorovaný biphenyl Coefficient

toxicity equivalents

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77 3,3 ', 4, 4 '-tetraCB 0.0005

126 3,3 ', 4, 4 ', 5-pentaCB 0.1

169 3,3 ', 4, 4 ', 5 '-hexaCB 0.01

105 2, 3, 3 ', 4, 4 '-pentaCB 0.0001

114 2, 3, 4, 4 ', 5-pentaCB 0.0005

118 2.3 ', 4, 4 ', 5-pentaCB 0.0001

123 2, 3 ', 4, 4 ', 5-pentaCB 0.0001

156 2, 3, 3 ', 4, 4 ', 5-hexaCB 0.0005

157 2, 3, 3 ', 4, 4 ', 5 '-hexaCB 0.0005

167 2.3 ', 4, 4 ', 5 '-hexaCB 0.00001

189 2, 3, 3 ', 4, 4 ', 5 '-heptaCB 0.0001

170-di-ortho PCBS 0.0001

180-di-ortho PCBS 0.00001

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Annex 2



OPERATING CONDITIONS FOR THE INTERNAL COMBUSTION STATIONARY SOURCES



Part I



Specific emission limits for combustion stationary sources with total

rated thermal input of 50 MW or higher



Specific emission limits are relative to the total nominal

heat input and the normal status conditions and dry gas

the reference oxygen content in flue gas 6% for solid fuels

and 3% in the case of liquid and gaseous fuels.



Specific emission limits for gas turbines and reciprocating internal combustion engines

are relative to the total rated thermal input and the normal

the status conditions and dry gas at reference oxygen content in the flue

gas 15% and does not apply to the backup power sources operated by less

than 300 operating hours per year. Specific emission limits for gas

the turbines will be applied only to the conditions at which it is exceeded

70% of the installed heat input. Gas engine means an engine

internal combustion engines operating on the Otto cycle and uses

gasoline ignition fuel or in the case of bi-fuelled engine

using compression ignition of the fuel.



Table 1-Specific emission limits for stationary combustion sources,

for which it was submitted a complete application for the first operation authorization, or

similar authorisation under earlier legislation, against 7. January

2013, and have been put into operation no later than 7. January 2014



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Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

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

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So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL What TZL SO2 NOx TZL What What

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Solid fuel

generally 300 to 400 ^ 1) ^ 3) ^ 4) ^ 30 7) 250 250 200 ^ 1) ^ 3) ^ 4) ^ 7) 25 250 200 200 ^ 1) ^ 3) ^ 4) ^ 7) 20 250

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Biomass by 200 ^ 1) 300 ^ 3) ^ 4) ^ 1) 30 250 200 250 20 250 200 200 ^ 1) ^ 3) 20 250

section 2 (a). and)

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Peat ^ 1) 300 300 ^ 3) ^ 4) 30 250 300 ^ 1) ^ 3) 20 250 250 200 200 ^ 1) ^ 3) 20 250

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Liquid fuel

in General, or ^ 1) 450 ^ 3) ^ 4) ^ 5 ^ 7) 30) 175 ^ 8) 200-250 ^ 1) ^ 3) ^ 4) ^ 5) 25 ^ 7) 175 ^ 8) 200 ^ 1) 150 ^ 3) ^ 4) ^ 5) 20 ^ 7) 175 ^ 8)

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Liquefied gas 5 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 5 100 5 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 5 100 5 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 5 100

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Gaseous fuel

generally 35 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 5 100 35 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 5 100 35 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 5 100

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Natural gas 35 100 ^ 5) 5 100 35 100 ^ 5) 5 100 35 100 ^ 5) 5 100

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Coke oven gas 400 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 30 100 400 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 30 100 400 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 30 100

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Blast furnace gas 200 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 10 100 200 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 10 100 200 200 ^ 5) ^ 6) 10 100

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Gas from the

gasification 35 ^ 2) ^ 5), 200 ^ 6) 5 100 35 ^ 2) ^ 5), 200 ^ 6) 5 100 35 ^ 2) ^ 5), 200 ^ 6) 5 100

refinery

the remnants of the

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Explanatory notes:



1) internal combustion stationary sources, which do not operate more than 1

500 operating hours per year, expressed as a moving average in 5 years,

issued permits or other similar authorisation in accordance with

earlier legislation 27. November 2002 or which

the operator has submitted a complete application for a permit of operation before that date and

have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003, shall be subject to the

the following specific emission limits for SO2.



When the combustion of solid fuels specific emission limit of 800 mg m-3, when

the combustion of liquid fuels in internal combustion stationary sources of

the total rated thermal input not exceeding 300 MW specific

emission limit of 850 mg m-3, and in the case of the internal combustion stationary sources of

the total rated thermal input of more than 300 MW, specific

emission limit of 400 mg m-3.



Specific emission limits set out in this note also applies to the

individual internal combustion stationary sources, if the exhaust gases are

evacuated separately one vent stack, and that are not in operation

more than 1500 operating hours per year, expressed as a moving average

for a period of 5 years, where the survey is carried out separately for each emission

such a chimney.



2) the internal combustion stationary sources, which were granted a permit of operation

or other similar permit under the former legislation 27.

November 2002 or which operator has filed a full application for

enable operation before that date and have been put into operation no later than

27. November 2003, by specific emission limit for SO2 800

mg.m-3.




3) the internal combustion stationary sources, which do not operate more than 1

500 operating hours per year, expressed as a moving average in 5 years

subject to the following specific emission limits for NOx. When burning

liquid fuels in internal combustion stationary sources with total

rated thermal input greater than 500 MW, which was released first

permit the operation of, or similar authorization referred to in the previous

regulations 27. November 2002 or for which has been made complete

the first request to enable operation before that date and have been put into

operation no later than 27. November 2003, specific emission limit of 400

mg.m-3.



When the combustion of solid fuels in internal combustion stationary sources of

the total rated thermal input greater than 500 MW, which lo

released the first operation authorization, or similar authorization under the earlier

Law 1. July 1987, specific emission limit 450

mg.m-3.



When combustion of solid or liquid fuels in internal combustion stationary

resources with a total rated thermal input of less than 500 MW,

first issued permits or similar authorizations referred to in

earlier legislation, 27. November 2002 or for which

complete the request has been lodged on the first operation authorization prior to this date

and have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003, the specific

emission limit of 450 mg m-3.



Specific emission limits set out in this note also applies to the

individual internal combustion stationary sources, if the exhaust gases are

evacuated separately one vent stack, and that are not in operation

more than 1500 operating hours per year, expressed as a moving average

for a period of 5 years, where the survey is carried out separately for each emission

such a chimney.



4) On pulverised Brown coal in combustion stationary

resources with a total rated thermal input not exceeding 100 MW

covered by specific emission limit for NOx 450 mg m-3.



The burning of solid and liquid residues originating from distillation or

processing of crude oil for its own consumption in internal combustion

stationary sources with a total rated thermal input

not exceeding 500 MW, which was issued the first permit the operation of, or

similar authorisation under earlier legislation, 27.

November 2002 has been filed or for which the complete application for the first

enable operation before that date and have been put into operation no later than

November 27, 2003, by specific emission limit of 450 mg m-3.



The burning of non-commercial liquid residues from the chemical industry for the

own consumption in internal combustion stationary sources with total

nominal heat input not exceeding 500 MW in the chemical

devices, issued the first permit the operation of, or similar

permit under the former legislation, 27. November 2002

or for which it was submitted a complete application for a permit for the first operation before

that date and have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003

covered by specific emission limit of 450 mg m-3.



5) for gas turbines, including combined cycle gas turbines,

as the liquid fuel firing light and medium distillates applies

specific emission limit for NOx 90 mg m-3, m-120 mg. 3 If the burn

other gases and 50 mg m-3 if they burn natural gas.



For gas turbines operating in the base load when combined

the production of heat and electricity with an overall efficiency greater than 75%, with a

combined cycle with an annual average overall electrical efficiency

more than 55% and for mechanical drive system (gas turbine driving the

compressors for gas supply to the public grid), the specific

the NOx emission limit for 75 mg m-3. For gas turbines with a simple

the cycle of working in the base load to the efficiency of greater than 35

% (determined on the basis of the conditions of the International Organization for

Standardization ISO) apply emission limit of 50 × ETA/35 where ETA is

gas turbine efficiency at ISO base load conditions

expressed as a percentage.



For gas turbines, including combined cycle gas turbines,

first issued permits or similar authorizations referred to in

earlier legislation, 27. November 2002 or for which

complete the request has been lodged on the first operation authorization prior to this date

and have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003, and which are not

operate more than 1500 hours per year, expressed as a

the moving average over a period of 5 years, the burning of natural gas

specific emission limit of 150 mg m-3 and the burning of other gaseous

fuel or liquid fuels specific emission limit of 200 mg.m-3.

Specific emission limits referred to in this paragraph of this note applies

also for each gas turbine, the exhaust gases are discharged through the

separately one vent stack, and which do not operate more than

1500 operating hours per year, expressed as a moving average for a period of 5

years, where the survey is carried out separately for each emissions such

chimney vent.



6) the internal combustion stationary sources, with the exception of gas turbines and

reciprocating internal combustion engines, with a total rated thermal input

not exceeding 500 MW, using fuel other than natural gas, which

the first operation authorization has been issued, or similar authorization by

earlier legislation, 27. November 2002 or for which

complete the request has been lodged on the first operation authorization prior to this date

and have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003, by

specific emission limit of 300 mg. m-3.



7) combustion of solid and liquid residues originating from distillation or

processing of crude oil for its own consumption in internal combustion

stationary sources, issued the first permit the operation of, or

similar authorisation under earlier legislation, 27.

November 2002 has been filed or for which the complete application for the first

enable operation before that date and have been put into operation no later than

November 27, 2003, by specific emission limit for PARTICLES 50

mg.m-3.



8) for gas turbines, including combined cycle gas turbines,

as the liquid fuel firing light and medium distillates applies

specific emission limit of 100 mg m-3.



Table 2-Specific emission limits for stationary combustion sources,

for which it was submitted a complete application for the first operation authorization 7. January

2013 or later, or have been put into service after the 7. January 2014



----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL What TZL SO2 NOx TZL What What

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Solid fuel generally 400 300 20 250 200 200 20 250 150 150 10 250

400 ^ 1) 200 ^ 2) ^ 1 200)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Biomass under 200 250 20 250 200 200 20 250 150 150 20 250

section 2 (a). and)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Peat 300 250 20 250 300 200 20 250 150 150 20 250

250 200 ^ 2) ^ 2)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel in General 350 300 20 175 200 150 20 175 150 100 10 175

50 ^ 100 ^ 5 5)) ^ 5) 50 100) ^ 5 ^ 5) 50 100 ^ 5)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquefied gas 5 300 5 175 5 150 5 175 5 150 5 175

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gaseous fuel generally 35 100 5 100 35 100 5 100 35 100 5 100

50^3) 50^3) 50^3)

75^4) 75^4) 75^4)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Natural gas 35 100 5 100 35 100 5 100 35 100 5 100

50^3) 50^3) 50^3)

75^4) 75^4) 75^4)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Coke oven gas 400 100 30 100 400 100 30 100 400 100 30 100

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Blast furnace gas 200 100 10 100 200 100 10 100 200 100 10 100

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gas from gasification of 35 100 5 100 35 100 5 100 35 100 5 100

refinery residues

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies only to "pulverised Brown coal.



2) applies only to combustion in fluidized-bed.



3) applies only to the single cycle gas turbine, which

having an efficiency greater than 35% (determined on the basis of the conditions

International Organization for Standardization ISO) apply emission limit of

50 x ETA/35 where ETA is the gas turbine efficiency working in basic

load (ISO) expressed as a percentage.



For gas turbines, including combined cycle gas turbines,

emission limit applies only when the load of greater than 70%



4) only applies to reciprocating internal combustion engines.



5) only applies to gas turbines, including gas turbines

combined cycle.



Table 3-Specific emission limits in force until 31 December 2006. December 2015 for

internal combustion stationary sources, issued the first permit

traffic, or similar authorization under earlier legislation, before the

27. November 2002, or for which it was submitted a complete application for the first

enable operation before that date and have been put into operation no later than

November 27, 2003

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL What TZL SO2 NOx TZL What What

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Solid fuel 2000 600 ^ 7) 100 250 2000-600 ^ 7) 100 250 1200-400 ^ 1) ^ 6) ^ 7) 600 100250

1200 ^ 1) 400 ^ 2) ^ 6) ^ 2) 500, 50) ^ 7 ^ 2)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel 1700 450 50 ^ 4) ^ 4) 175 1700450 50 175 1700-400 400 50 ^ 3) ^ 4) 175

3005) 1005) 300 ^ 5) 100 ^ 5) 400 300 ^ 2) ^ 5) 100 ^ 7)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquefied gas 5 300 5 100 5 300 5 100 5 300 5 100

200 ^ 2)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gaseous fuel 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100

in General, the 300 ^ 5 ^ 5)) 300 300 ^ 5)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Natural gas 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Coke oven gas 800 300 50 100 800 300 50 100 800 200 50 100

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Blast furnace gas 800 300 10 100 800 300 10 100 800 300 10 100

200 ^ 2)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gas from gasification of 800 300 5 100 800 300 5 100 800 200 5 100

refinery residues

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) specific emission limit is set in this range of linear

a decrease in such a way that the emission limit in the mg m-3 is equal to 2400-4 p, where P is the

the total rated thermal input of stationary sources in MW.



2) applies only to the internal combustion stationary sources with total

rated thermal input greater than 500 MW.



3) specific emission limit is set in this range of linear

a decrease in such a way that the emission limit in the mg m-3 is equal to the 3650-6, 5 p, where P is the

the total rated thermal input of stationary sources in MW.



4) For internal combustion stationary sources with total rated thermal

input power 500 MW burning < liquid fuel with an ash content of more than

0.06%, the specific emission limit of 100 mg m-3.



5) only applies to gas turbines, including gas turbines

combined cycle.



6) For internal combustion stationary sources, with a total rated thermal

power consumption is 400 MW and higher, and that will not be until 31 December 2006. December 2015 in operation

more than 2 000 hours per year, calculated as a moving average

in 5 years, the specific emission limit of 800 mg m-3.



7) For internal combustion stationary source burning solid fuels with content

volatile matter of less than 10%, which has been in operation for at least 12

months to 1. in January 2001, the specific emission limit of 1200 mg m-3.



Table 4-Specific emission limits in force until 31 December 2006. December 2015 for

internal combustion stationary sources, issued the first permit

traffic, or similar authorization under earlier legislation, between the

27 November 2002 and 7. January 2013 or were placed in service between

27. in November 2003, and 7. January 2014

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL What TZL SO2 NOx TZL What What

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Solid fuel, generally 850 400 250 200 200 30 250 200 200 30 250

50

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Biomass under 200 400 50 250 200 300 30 250 200 200 30 250

section 2 (a). and)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Peat 850 400 50 250 200 200 30 250 200 200 30 250

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel-850 400 175 400 200 30 175 200 200 30 175

in General, the 120 ^ 1) 50 200 ^ 2) ^ 1 ^ 1) 120)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquefied gas 5 200 5 175 5 200 5 175 5 200 5 175

50 ^ 1 ^ 1)) 50 50 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Gaseous fuel generally 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100

120 ^ 1 ^ 1) 120) 120 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Natural gas 35 150 5 100 35 150 5 100 35 100 5 100

50 ^ 1 ^ 1)) 50 50 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Coke oven gas 400 200 100 400 200 30 100 400 200 30 100

120 ^ 1) 30 120 ^ 1 ^ 1) 120)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Blast furnace gas 200 200 100 200 200 10 100 200 200 10 100

120 ^ 1) 10 ^ 1) 120 120 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gas from gasification of 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100 35 200 5 100

refinery residues 120 ^ 1 ^ 1) 120) 120 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) for gas turbines used for combined production of heat and

electricity with an overall efficiency greater than 75%, for gas turbines with a

combined cycle with an annual average overall electrical efficiency

higher than 55% for gas turbines for mechanical drive system (gas

the turbine drives the compressor of the gas supply to the public grid)

applies specific emission limit of 75 mg m-3; for other gas turbines,

to the efficiency of greater than 35% (on the basis of the terms of the international

Organization for Standardization ISO) apply specific emission limit of 50

mg.m-3.



2) specific emission limit is set in this range of linear

decline in a way that is equal to 500-P, where P is the total rated thermal

stationary sources of power in MW.



Part II



Specific emission limits for combustion stationary sources with total

rated thermal input greater than 0.3 MW and less than 50 MW



For boilers are specific emission limits relative to the total

the nominal heat input and the normal status conditions and dry

gas at reference oxygen content in flue gas 6% in the case of

solid fuels generally, 11% in the case of biomass, and 3% in the case of liquid

and gaseous fuels.



For reciprocating internal combustion engines are specific emission limits relative to

the total rated thermal input and the normal status conditions

and dry gas (for PARTICLES with respect to wet gas), at reference content

5% oxygen and are not related to a backup power source and fire

pumps operated by less than 300 operating hours per year. Gas

the engine shall mean an engine with internal combustion engines operating on the principle

Otto's cycle and using spark ignition ignition fuel or in the case of

bi-fuel engine that uses compression ignition of the fuel.



For gas turbines are specific emission limits relative to normal

the status conditions and dry gas at reference oxygen content of 15% and

they do not apply to the backup power sources operated by less than 300

operating hours per year. For hot-air combustion stationary sources

specific emission limits relative to normal status conditions and

dry gas at reference oxygen content of 17%.



1. specific emission limits for boilers and warm air direct

stationary sources



Table 1.1-Specific emission limits applicable from 1. January 2018

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Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 0.3-1 MW > 1-5MW > 5-50 MW

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL What TZL SO2 NOx TZL What What

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Solid fuel-600 100 400-500 50 500 1500 ^ 1) 500 30 300

500 ^ 3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel-130-80-130 50 80 130 30 80 ^ 4) 1500

450 450 ^ 4) ^ 4)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gaseous fuel and-100 ^ 2)-50-100 ^ 2)-50-100 ^ 2)-50

liquefied gas

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) the internal combustion stationary sources burning Brown coal, operated by

a maximum of 3200 operating hours per year are covered by specific emission

the limit of 2000 mg m-3.



2) If you cannot for technical reasons this value achieved by using the

low-emission burners, the specific emission limit of 200 mg.m-3.



3) applies in the case of biomass combustion in stationary combustion

sources with the exception of the burning of pomace from such biomass.



4) relates to the combustion of heavy fuel oils and similar

liquid fuels.



Table 1.2-Specific emission limits in force until 31 December 2006. December 2017

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 0.3-1 MW > 1-5MW > 5-50 MW

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL What TZL SO2 NOx TZL What What

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Solid fuel in General-650 250 650-650 250 650 2500 650 150 400

1100 1100 ^ 2) ^ 2) ^ 1) 500-1500 ^ 1) 100 ^ 1 ^ 1) 300)

1100 ^ 2) ^ 5) 650 250 ^ 5)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Fuel according to § 15 para. 5-650 150 300-650 150 300-650 150 300

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel-500-175-500 100 175 1700 450 100 175

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gaseous fuel and liquefied gas-200-100-200-900 100 ^ 4) ^ 4) 50 200 100

300 ^ 3) ^ 3) 300 300 ^ 3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) refers to the internal combustion stationary sources with Fluidised systems.



2) refers to the combustion of solid fuels in výtavném furnaces.



3) applies to combustion of liquefied petroleum gas.



4) relates to the combustion of fuels outside the public distribution network.



5) refers to the burning of biomass for combustion in stationary

resources.



2. specific emission limits for reciprocating internal combustion engines



Table 2.1-Specific emission limits applicable from 1. January 2018

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Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 0.3-1 MW > 1-5 MW > 5-50 MW

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Nox TZL What NOx TZL What NOx TZL What

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel 400-450 400 50 450 400 20 450



Gaseous fuel and liquefied gas, 500-650 500-650 500-650


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Table 2.2-Specific emission limits in force until 31 December 2006. December 2017

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Piston type fuel type Specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

spalovacího -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

engine > 0.3-1 MW > 1-5 MW to 5 MW >

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Nox TZL What NOxTZL What NOx TZL What

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gas engine liquid fuel 500-650 500130 650 500 130 650

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Natural gas degazační gas and 500-650 500-650 500-650

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gaseous fuel in General, 1000-1300 500130 1300 500 130 650

1000 ^ 3)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel diesel engine 4000-650 500130 650 500 130 650

600 600 ^ 2) ^ 2)

4000 ^ 3) ^ 3 2000)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Natural gas and the degazační 4000-650 500-650 500-650

gas ^ 1) 4000 ^ 3) ^ 3 2000)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gaseous fuel in General, 4000-1300 500130 1300 500 130 650

4000 ^ 3) ^ 3 2000)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) with injection ignition.



2) for heavy fuel oil.



3) applies only for reciprocating internal combustion engines, of which the construction or

the reconstruction was launched 17. May 2006.



3. specific emission limits for gas turbines



Table 3.1-Specific emission limits applicable from 1. January 2018

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Fuel type-specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

------------------------------------------------------------------

> 0.3-1 MW > 1-5 MW > 5-50 MW

------------------------------------------------------------------

Nox NOx NOx What What What

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liquid fuel 300 100 300 100 300 100

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gaseous fuel and liquefied gas 250 100 50 100 50 100

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Table 3.2-Specific emission limits in force until 31 December 2006. December 2017

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The total rated thermal input of Specific emission limits [mg.m-3]

-------------------------------------------------------------

Nox CO

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 0.3-5 MW 350 100



> 5 MW 300 100

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Part III



Specific emission limits for combustion stationary sources for incineration

more types of fuel



1. in the case of the internal combustion stationary sources using the same time two or

more types of fuel down the values of specific emission limits

use the following procedure:



and the value) assigns a specific emission limit corresponding to each

individual fuel and pollutant corresponding to the overall

rated thermal input of the combustion stationary sources,



(b)) shall be determined by the weighted specific emission limit values in accordance with

individual types of fuel, so that the individual values of a specific

emission limits by the thermal input delivered by each fuel, the product

multiplication being divided by the sum of the thermal inputs delivered by all fuels,



(c)) shall be weighted specific emission limits for individual

fuel.



2. for stationary combustion sources burning more fuels in

where the residues from the distillation of crude oil processing and separately

or with other types of fuel for their own consumption, shall apply, regardless of the

the provisions of section 1 requirements for burning fuel with the highest specific

the emission limit, if during the operation of a stationary source the proportion

contributed by that fuel to the sum of the thermal inputs delivered by all

fuels, of at least 50%. If the proportion of this fuel is lower than 50%, the

the value of specific emission limit based on the relative share of

the heat input supplied by the individual fuels in relation to the sum of the thermal

of all fuels as follows:



and the value) assigns a specific emission limit corresponding to each

individual fuel and pollutant corresponding depending on

the total rated thermal input of the combustion stationary sources,



(b)) then calculate the value of specific emission limit for fuel

with the highest value specific emission limit, and in the case of two species

fuels with the same specific emission limit value, the fuel with the higher

heat input (hereinafter referred to as "standard fuel"); This value is obtained

specific emission limit values by multiplying by the appropriate fuel

the two and from this product will be deducted the value of the specific emission

the limit of the fuel with the lowest value of specific emission limit



(c)) shall be determined by weighted specific emission limits for

the fuel, which are obtained by multiplying the calculated values

specific emission limit fuel heat input benchmark

fuel and the other individual values of specific emission limits are

by the thermal input delivered by each fuel, the product of the multiplication

will share the sum of the thermal inputs delivered by all fuels,



(d)) shall be weighted specific emission limits for individual

fuel.



3. As an alternative to paragraph 2, the following average values can be used

specific emission limits for sulphur dioxide (regardless of the

the combination of fuels)



and) for internal combustion stationary sources put into service prior to the 27.

November 2003, including an average of 1000 mg/m 3 for all such

internal combustion stationary sources within the refinery or



(b)) for internal combustion stationary sources put into service after 27. November

2003, an average of 600 mg/m 3 for all such internal combustion stationary

sources within the refinery, with the exception of gas turbines and reciprocating

internal combustion engines.



Part IV



The minimum degree of desulphurisation for internal combustion stationary sources with total

rated thermal input of 50 MW or higher



Table 1-the minimum degree of desulphurisation for internal combustion stationary sources,

first issued permits or similar authorizations referred to in

earlier legislation, 27. November 2002 or for which

complete the request has been lodged on the first operation authorization prior to this date

and have been put into operation no later than 27. November 2003

---------------------------------------------

Total rated the degree of desulphurization

heat input [%]

---------------------------------------------

50-100 MW 80

> 100-300 MW 90

300 MW > 96

---------------------------------------------



Table 2-the minimum degree of desulphurisation for internal combustion stationary sources,

first issued permits or similar authorizations referred to in

earlier legislation, out of 27. November 2002 and 7. January 2013

or have been placed in service between 27. in November 2003, and 7. January 2014

---------------------------------------------

Total rated thermal degree of desulphurization

power consumption [%]

---------------------------------------------

50-100 MW 92

> 100-300 MW 92

300 MW > 96

---------------------------------------------



Table 3-the minimum degree of desulphurisation for internal combustion stationary sources,

first issued permits or similar authorizations referred to in

earlier legislation, 7. January 2013 or later, or were

placed in service after 7. January 2014

---------------------------------------------

Total rated thermal degree of desulphurization

power consumption [%]


---------------------------------------------

50-100 MW 93

> 100-300 MW 93

300 MW > 97

---------------------------------------------



Table 4-the minimum degree of desulphurization, valid until 31 December 2006. December 2015 for

internal combustion stationary sources, issued the first permit

traffic, or similar authorization under earlier legislation, before the

27. November 2002, or for which it was submitted a complete application for the first

enable operation before that date and have been put into operation no later than

November 27, 2003

---------------------------------------------

Total rated the degree of desulphurization

heat input [%]

---------------------------------------------

50-100 MW 60

100-300 MW > 75

> 300-500 MW 90

500 MW > 94

---------------------------------------------



Table 5-the minimum degree of desulphurization, valid until 31 December 2006. December 2015 for

internal combustion stationary sources, issued the first permit

traffic, or similar authorization under earlier legislation, between the

November 27, 2002 and 7. January 2013 or were placed in service between

27. in November 2003, and 7. January 2014

---------------------------------------------

Total rated the degree of desulphurization

heat input [%]

---------------------------------------------

50-300 MW 92

300 MW > 95 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) at the same time specific emission limit of 400 mg m-3 referred to

the reference oxygen content 6% normal status conditions and dry gas.



Annex 3



THE REQUIREMENTS ON THE QUALITY OF FUELS AND FUEL QUALITY REPORTING



Part I



The requirements on the quality of fuels



1. fuel quality requirements valid until December 31, 2013



1.1. the requirements on the quality of solid fuels for internal combustion stationary

resources with a total rated thermal input of up to 5 MW, including

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A qualitative indicator of the exposure limit values according to the total of the nominal

in a water-free State of the Unit heat input of the combustion of the designated

stationary sources

---------------------------------------------

= < 0.3 MW > 0.3-5 MW

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Calorific value-1 MJhvezdickakg > 12 > 10

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The unit of sirnatost coal ^ 1) ghvezdickaMJ-1 0.9 0.9 < <

^ 2) < 0.5 < 0.5 ^ 2)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) unit of measurement sirnatostí shall mean the total sulphur content in its original state,

related to net calorific value of the fuel in its original state, expressed in

g. MJ-1



2) applies only to pressings of coal.



1.2. the requirements on the quality of liquid fuels

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The qualitative indicator Unit limit values according to a specified stationary sources

v bezvodém stavu -----------------------------------------------------------

Internal combustion stationary sources of Other stationary

the total rated thermal input of resources

-----------------------------------------------------------

= < 5 MW > 5 MW

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Calorific value-1 MJhvezdickakg > 32 ^ 1)--

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Sulphur and its% m/m. ^ 1) < 0.1 < 0.1 ^ 2) ^ 2) < 0.1

compounds

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Content of polychlorinated ghvezdickaMJ-1 5 5 < < < 5

biphenyls and their

compounds

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies only to fuel for internal combustion stationary sources of

the total rated thermal input of up to 5 MW.



2) does not apply to heavy fuel oil in respect of which the maximum sulphur content of

and its compounds shall not exceed 1%. This requirement does not apply to

heavy fuel oil a incinerated



and stationary combustion sources) with a total rated thermal

input of 50 MW or higher,



(b)) in refineries, where the monthly average of emissions of sulphur dioxide from all

internal combustion stationary sources in the refinery excluding combustion

stationary sources under the letter a), regardless of the type of

of fuel or fuel combination used, shall not exceed 1700 mg/m3 and this

the condition laid down in permits



(c)) in other stationary resources, if the emission limit for the carbon

sulphur dioxide as laid down for them in the operation authorization does not exceed 1700 mg m-3

the oxygen content in the flue gas of 3% by volume on dry gas.



2. fuel quality requirements in force from 1 January 2014



2.1. Requirements on the quality of solid fuels



2.1.1. the requirements on the quality of coal and coal combustion pressings

stationary sources with a total rated thermal input of up to 5 MW

including

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

The qualitative limit values according to the total

a pointer to a Unit the nominal heat input

the specified internal combustion

stationary sources

----------------------------------------

= < 0.3 MW > 0.3-5 MW

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Water%. < 33 < 35-----------------------------------------------------------------------qualitative indicator in a water-free state-----------------------------------------------------------------------Calorific Value-1 MJhvezdickakg > 15 > 15

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Ash content% m/m. 13 20 < <

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

The unit of sirnatost ^ 1) ghvezdickaMJ-1 < 0.65 < 0.75

^ 2) < 0.5 < 0.5 ^ 2)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) unit of measurement sirnatostí shall mean the total sulphur content in its original state,

related to net calorific value of the fuel in its original state, expressed in

g. MJ-1



2) applies only to pressings of coal.



2.1.2. Requirements for quality compacts biomass under section 2 (b). and) for

internal combustion stationary sources with a total rated thermal input to the

5 MW, including

------------------------------------------------------------------------

The qualitative limit values according to the total

the nominal input specified Unit indicator

stationary combustion sources

----------------------------------------

= < 0.3 MW > 0.3-5 MW

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Water%. < 15 < 20------------------------------------------------------------------------qualitative indicator in a water-free state------------------------------------------------------------------------Calorific Value-1 MJhvezdickakg > 15 > 13

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ash content% m/m. 10 25 < <

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Content of chlorine and its mghvezdickakg-1 10 000 < < 10 000

compounds

------------------------------------------------------------------------

The contents of arsenic and its mghvezdickakg-1 5 10 < <

compounds

------------------------------------------------------------------------

The content of cadmium and its mghvezdickakg-1 compounds in 1.05 1.5 < 32 ^ 1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Sulphur and its% m/m. ^ 2) < 0.1

compounds

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Content of chlorine and its mghvezdickakg-1 < 300

compounds

------------------------------------------------------------------------

The contents of arsenic and its mghvezdickakg-1 < 10

compounds

------------------------------------------------------------------------

The content of cadmium and its mghvezdickakg-1 < 0.3

compounds

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Mercury content and its mghvezdickakg-1 < 0.05

compounds


------------------------------------------------------------------------

Content of lead and its compounds mghvezdickakg-1 < 25

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Content of polychlorinated mghvezdickakg-1 < 5

biphenyls and their compounds

------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies only to fuel for internal combustion stationary sources of

the total rated thermal input of up to 5 MW.



2) does not apply to heavy fuel oil in respect of which the maximum sulphur content of

and its compounds shall not exceed 1%. This requirement does not apply to

heavy fuel oil a incinerated



and stationary combustion sources) with a total rated thermal

input of 50 MW or higher,



(b)) in refineries, where the monthly average of emissions of sulphur dioxide from all

internal combustion stationary sources in the refinery excluding combustion

stationary sources under the letter a), regardless of the type of

of fuel or fuel combination used, shall not exceed 1700 mg/m3 and this

the condition laid down in permits



(c)) in other stationary resources, if the emission limit for the carbon

sulphur dioxide as laid down for them in the operation authorization does not exceed 1700 mg m-3

the oxygen content in the flue gas of 3% by volume on dry gas.



2.3. Quality requirements of gaseous fuels for stationary sources

the total rated thermal input of up to 5 MW, including with the exception of natural

and degazačního gas

---------------------------------------------------------------

A qualitative indicator of the exposure limit values

in a water-free State Unit

---------------------------------------------------------------

The sulphur content and its mghvezdickam-3 ^ 1 < 1 000)

compounds

---------------------------------------------------------------

Content of chlorine and its mghvezdickam-3 < 50

compounds

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) expressed as a quarterly average of at least 3 in time evenly

of the samples taken.



Explanatory notes:



1) in the case of a legal person the name and legal form; in the case of physical

person name and surname.



2) if it is a legal entity, the address of the registered office; in the case of a natural person,

the address of the residence; If it is a foreign person, for natural persons, the address of the

the place of residence or the address of the place of residence and the address for legal persons

registered office outside the territory of the Czech Republic.



3) identification number shall be indicated in the case that has been assigned; in the case of

a natural person, that has not been allocated an identification number, the

date of birth.



4) in the case of biomass, under paragraph 2 (a). and) is also indicate whether it is a

wood pellets, wood briquettes, pellets, briquettes from biomass of herbal

herbal biomass or other. For heavy fuel oil shall be entered also the range

the sulphur content = < 1% 1-3% and > 3%, and exhibit

the individual parameters. In the case of blended fuels, stating their business

the name of the.



5) supplies from imports from countries outside the European Union.



6) Supply of cross-border transport of the countries of the European Union in order to

distribution on the market in the Czech Republic.



7) according to the parameters, under the conditions and in the units laid down in part I of this

of the annex. In the case of coal from the coal and compacts the sulphur content shall be specified in mg. MJ-1.



Annex 4



OPERATING CONDITIONS FOR STATIONARY SOURCES OF HEAT-PROCESSING WASTE



Part I



Specific emission limits



1. specific emission limits for waste incinerators



The emission limits for waste incineration plants are relative to the total nominal

capacity and the normal status conditions and dry gas at reference

oxygen content in flue gas by 11%. For the combustion of waste oils

are emission limits relative to a reference oxygen content in the flue

gas, 3%.



1. Emission limits for pollutants collected primarily

continuous measurement of

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Pollutant Emission limit of ^ 1) [mg.m-3]

látka -----------------------------------------------------------------

Half-hourly average values 10 minute average

Denní průměr --------------------------------------------------

97% 100% 95%

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TZL 10 10 30

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NOx 400 ^ 2) 200 200 400

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SO2 50 50 200

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TOC 10 10 20

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HCL 10 10 60

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HF 1 2 4

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What 50 100 150 ^ 3) ^ 3)

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Explanatory notes:



1) in case of defects must not be exceeded under any circumstances

specific emission limits for total organic carbon and carbon monoxide

determined in accordance with this table, and the concentration of solid pollutants

150 mg m-3, expressed as a half-hourly average values.



2) only applies to stationary sources of heat-processing waste

the total nominal capacity of less than 6 t h-1, allowed for the heat

treatment of waste before 28 February. in November 2002, and put into service

28 at the latest. December 2003 or if the operator submitted the full

application for a permit, before 28. in December 2002, provided that the stationary

the source was put into operation not later than 28. December, 2004. On these

stationary sources are not covered by the obligation to fulfil the half-hourly average values

the concentrations of NOx.



3) For waste incineration plants with Fluidised systems the competent authority may authorise the

exemptions from the emission limits for what, if in the authorisation of operation at the same time

laying down emission limit expressed as average hourly value of not more than

100 mg m-3.



2. Emission limits for pollutants collected primarily

a one-time measurement

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Pollutant Emission limit

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CD + Tl and their compounds 0.05 mg m-3

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Hg and its compounds 0.05 mg m-3

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SB + As + Pb + Cr + Co + Cu + Mn + Ni + V and their compounds 0.5 mg m-3

-----------------------------------------------------------------

PCDD/F 0.1 ng TEQ m-3

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2. specific emission limits for stationary sources of heat-

processing the waste together with fuel, other than waste incinerators



2.1. specific emission limits for cement kilns heat

processing the waste together with fuel



The emission limits applicable to normal status conditions, dry gas and

the reference oxygen content of 10% and represent, in the case of continuous

the average daily value of the measurement. The following are the applied emission limits for

heavy metals and PCDD/F as described in point 1.2 of part I of this annex.



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Pollutant Emission limit [mg m-3]

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TZL 30

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NOx 500

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SO2 50 ^ 1) ^ 2)

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TOC 10 ^ 1)

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HCL 10

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HF 1

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Explanatory notes:



1) in the event that the emissions of sulphur dioxide or total organic

carbon eliminates thermal processing of waste, the regional office to grant

exemptions from the emission limits laid down for these pollutants.



2) when determining the emission limit for sulphur dioxide is based on Regional Office

from the emission limit set out in point 4.1.2 of Annex 8 to this Ordinance.



2.2. specific emission limits for stationary sources of heat-

processing the waste together with fuel, other than waste incinerators and

cement rotary kiln



Specific emission limits for combustion stationary sources are relative

to the total rated thermal input and the normal status

conditions, dry gas for solid fuels are relative to the calculated

the reference oxygen content.



The emission limits laid down as daily average values for PARTICLES, NOx, SO2, TOC, HCl

and HF for the heat treatment of waste together with fuel shall be calculated according to the

the following formula:



(Vodpad × Cwaste + Vproc × Cproc)

--------------------------------------- = C

Vodpad + Vproc



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Vodpad waste gas Volume resulting from the thermal processing of waste only,


determined from the waste with the lowest calorific value specified in the permit,

and calculated on the relevant conditions laid down in this Decree.

If heat is released during the thermal treatment of hazardous waste

less than 10% of the total heat released in the plant, is calculated

the value of Vodpad from a (notional) quantity of waste that, by incineration should

achieve 10% heat release, the total when you set

the resulting heat.

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Cwaste emission limits laid down in section I of this annex.

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Vproc volume of waste gas in stationary combustion source the emerging

authorized fuels, on the basis of the reference obsahukyslíku, on

that emissions must be recalculated in accordance with this Decree. If for

the type of stationary source is not specified, the reference oxygen content

It is the real oxygen content in the flue gas without being thinned by the addition

the air that is redundant for the process.

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Cproc emission limits laid down in this section, or if these values do not exist,

the emission limits laid down by this Decree for the combustion of fuels, where appropriate,

laid down in permits. If, for certain industrial activities

These emission limits are not established, the actual mass

concentration.

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(C) emission limits relative to a reference oxygen content as laid down in the

II of this annex, or if no such values exist, the emission limits,

replacing the emission limits laid down in specific annexes of this

the Decree. The total oxygen content to replace the obsahkyslíku for

the standardisation shall be calculated on the basis of the above, the oxygen content

While respecting the partial volumes.

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For internal combustion stationary sources shall be further applied emission limits for

heavy metals and PCDD/F as described in point 1.2. Part I of this annex, which refer to the

normal status conditions, dry gas and the reference oxygen content of 6% in the

the case of the combustion of solid fuels and 3% for the combustion of liquid

fuels.



2.2.1. Cproc expressed as daily average values for

internal combustion stationary sources, with the exception of gas turbines and gas

valid to 31 engines December 2015



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Type of emission limits [mg.m-3]

fuel

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL TZL SO2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL TZL

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

SL-50 850 400 50 200 200 30 200 200 30

fuel

in General, the

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Biomass--50 200 350 50 200 300 30 200 200 30

According to § 2

(a). and)

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Liquid--50 850 400 50 400-200 ^ 1) 200 30 200 200 30

fuel

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) Value is set in this Cproc range of linear

decline in a way that is equal to 500-P, where P is the total rated thermal

power combustion stationary sources in MW.



Cproc value for HCl is laid down in the case of the internal combustion stationary

resources in the amount of 50 mg m-3.



Cproc value are relative to a normal status conditions, dry gas and

the reference oxygen content 6% for the combustion of solid fuels and 3% in

the case of the combustion of liquid fuels.



2.2.2. Cproc for combustion values for stationary sources, with the exception

gas turbines and gas engines shall be valid from 1. January 2016



Cproc value are relative to a normal status conditions, dry gas and

the reference oxygen content 6% for the combustion of solid fuels and 3% in

the case of the combustion of liquid fuels.



Cproc value for HCl is laid down in the case of the internal combustion stationary

resources in the amount of 50 mg m-3.



2.2.2.1. Cproc expressed as daily average values for

internal combustion stationary sources, for which it was submitted a complete application for

the first permits 7. January 2013 and have been put into operation

at least 7. January 2014



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Kind of value Cproc [mg.m-3]

fuel

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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

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So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL TZL SO2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL TZL

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

SL-50 400 300 30 200 200 25 200 200 20

fuel 400 ^ 1)

in General, the

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Peat--50 300 400 30 200 200 20 200 200 20

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Biomass--50 200 300 30 200 250 20 200 200 20

According to § 2

(a). and)

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Liquid--50 350 400 30 250 200 25 200 150 20

fuel

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid for powder coal



2.2.2.2. Cproc for combustion values for stationary sources, for which the

made a complete application for the first operation authorization 7. January 2013 or

later, or have been put into service after the 7. January 2014



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Kind of value Cproc [mg.m-3]

paliva --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

So2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL TZL SO2 NOx SO2 NOx TZL TZL

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

SL-50 400 300 20 200 200 20 150 150 10

fuel 200 ^ 1) 200 ^ 2)

in General, the

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Peat--50 300 250 20 300 200 20 150 150 20

200-250 ^ 3) ^ 3)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Biomass--50 200 250 20 200 200 20 150 150 20

According to § 2

(a). and)

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Liquid--50 350 300 20 200 150 20 150 100 10

fuel

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) apply to circulation or pressure in a fluid bed combustion



2) is true for pulverised Brown coal



3) applies to combustion in fluidized bed



2.3. specific emission limits for stationary sources of heat-

processing waste other than waste incinerators, cement kilns, and

internal combustion stationary sources



These stationary sources subject to emission limits for PCDD/F, mercury,

cadmium and thallium listed in part i. 1.2 expressed as average

value without converting to a reference oxygen content.



Part II



Technical conditions of operation



(1) in the tank waste stationary sources thermal processing

municipal waste is constantly maintained vacuum and vacuum air supplied

into the fireplace. If there is burning, the air discharged from the stack

waste are due to exhaust under the authorization of an approved operation.



(2) stationary sources of heat-processing waste is designed and

operate in a manner that ensures that



a) for waste incinerators is sufficient time remaining heat

to treat in the space where the heat treatment

in order to perfect the heat degradation of burn-out or so that slag

and the ashes contain less than 3% of total organic carbon, or to

loss on ignition is less than 5% of the dry weight of the material,




(b)) exhaust gas is after the last injection of combustion air, in a controlled

way to warm at all points in the waste gas flow profile, and even

the most unfavourable conditions, to a temperature of at least 850 ° c for at least

two seconds, as measured near the inner wall or at another

representative point of the combustion chamber as authorised by the authorising

operation; If Burns hazardous waste containing organic

compounds of chlorine expressed as chlorine in excess of 1%, the

the temperature be at least 1100 ° c for at least two seconds,



(c)) in the incinerator of waste automatically turns on at least one auxiliary burner

in each combustion chamber, which must not burn fuel whose burning

incurring higher than emissions from the burning of gas oil, liquefied

gas or natural gas, in the following cases:



1. during placing stationary sources of heat-processing waste into

operation and shut-down in order to ensure that the temperature of the

in space, in which experiencing thermal treatment of waste, maintained after

all this time, until it is in the space where the heat

treatment of waste, a waste, nespálený



2. If the temperature of the flue gas after the last injection of combustion

the air drops below a set temperature of 850 ° c or 1100 ° c as the heat

to treat or



3. where continuous measurements of emissions exceeding any of the proof

specific emission limits in accordance with point 1.1 of part I of this annex;



(d)) when placing a stationary source to traffic and shut-down,

in case the temperature drops below a set minimum limit referred to in subparagraph (a). (b))

or in the case of a specific emission limits

It will automatically prevent waste feed to the area where the

the thermal treatment of waste, the direct oxidation.



(3) at the request of the operator, and provided that they fulfil the other

the requirements laid down by this Decree and specific emission limits for

total organic carbon, and carbon monoxide, can be put in operation authorization

operating conditions for certain categories and types of waste and certain

technological procedures different from the conditions laid down in paragraph 2 (a). and)

to (d)), if these changes do not lead to the production of large quantities of solid

residues or to a higher content of organic substances in solid residues than

in compliance with the conditions referred to in paragraph 1 and if it is determined in the authorisation

continuous measurement of these parameters.



(4) the waste from medical and veterinary care, whose collection and

disposal is subject to special requirements, to dispense directly without

being first mixed with other kinds of waste or be

otherwise tampered with.



(5) at least once when the first marketing of stationary source, in which the

allowed thermal treatment of waste, the operation, and the implied

the most unfavourable operating conditions is verified to hold the waste

gas at a given temperature, the lowest after the last injection of combustion

the air in accordance with point 2. At the same time is determined by the oxygen content in the flue

gas.



(6) without prejudice to the provisions of point 2 (a). (d)), it must not be the duration

the operation of stationary sources of heat-processing waste

exceeding the specific emission limits for longer than 4 hours continuously

at the same time the total duration of operation exceeding the specific

emissions limits in one calendar year shall not exceed 60 hours. It

applies to all stationary sources, the exhaust gases are

drained into the same technology to reduce emissions.



Annex 5



SPECIFIC EMISSION LEVELS, EMISSION CEILINGS AND THE TECHNICAL CONDITIONS OF OPERATION

STATIONARY SOURCES, IN WHICH EXPERIENCING THE USE OF ORGANIC

SOLVENTS, WAY TO ACCOMPLISH THE ANNUAL MASS BALANCE OF VOLATILE

ORGANIC SUBSTANCES



Part I



General provisions and concepts



1. for the purposes of this annex are applied to these designations and concepts:



a) fugitive emissions of volatile organic compounds, which means

any emissions of volatile organic compounds, that are not conducted to

the atmosphere through the chimney or výduchem



b) activity that is used in this annex also includes cleaning

process equipment and cleaning the workspace, but shall not include

cleaning of products unless specified otherwise



(c)) the consumption of organic solvents/VOC/powder plastics, which

means the total amount of organic solvents/VOC/powder

plastics into a resource for the calendar, or the current year minus all

organic solvents/VOC/powdered plastics that have been regenerated in

the source for repeated use as input in the given source



(d) the TOC limit laid down) emission in this annex means the mass

the concentration of volatile organic compounds, expressed as the total

organic carbon.



2. the requirements to meet specific emission limits for resources referred to

in part II of this annex



and stationary sources emitting) for volatile organic substances according to § 21

(a). and) must not be the mass flow of these pollutants

substances, or equal to, 10 g/h, an emission limit is exceeded for the volatile

organic substances 2 mg/m3 expressed as the total mass concentration,



(b) stationary sources emitting) for volatile organic substances according to § 21

(a). (b)) must not be the mass flow of these pollutants

substances, or equal to, 100 g/h, an emission limit is exceeded for the volatile

organic compounds 20 mg/m3, expressed as the total percentage by weight

the concentration; This emission limit does not apply to chemical cleaning

referred to under point 3. Part II of this annex,



c) emission the limit laid down in this annex shall not apply if the

stationary sources and through the use of best available techniques is not

technically and economically possible to achieve VOC emission limit laid down,

expressed as a percentage of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the weight of the

the input of organic solvents, and at the same time they cannot arise

significant risks to human health or the environment,



d) emission limits apply under normal conditions in a wet gas.



3. Technical conditions of operation of stationary sources



The operator of stationary sources referred to in this annex, using

volatile organic substances pursuant to article 21 (b). and) or the content of these

substances is replaced by these substances or mixtures containing such substances

soon as possible and in as far as possible less harmful substances or mixtures.



Part II



Specific emission limits and technical conditions of operation



1. Printing

(codes 9.1 to 9.4. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



Printing activities in podbodech 1.1. -1.4. include processes and

operation reproducing text or image, which uses the print

a form of image or text and where are the ink transferred to any

the type of surfaces. These activities also include related procedures, production

printing forms and its transmission, laminating, coating and painting.



Ink shall mean means a mixture, including all the organic solvents

or mixtures containing organic solvents necessary for its

proper application, which is used to print text or images on to a

surface.



1.1. Offset with projected consumption of organic solvents from 0.6

t/year

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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic--------------------------------------

solvents [t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 1) [%]

--------------------------------------------------------------

0.6-15 50-

--------------------------------------------------------------

> 15 20 30

--------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) the proportion of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the weight of the input

organic solvents, with the remains of organic solvents in

finished products are not considered as part of fugitive emissions.



1.2. The publication gravure printing with the projected consumption of organic

solvents from 0.6 t/year



--------------------------------------------------------------

Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic--------------------------------------

solvents [t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 1) [%]

--------------------------------------------------------------

0.6-15 50-

--------------------------------------------------------------

> 15 50 10

--------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) the proportion of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the weight of the input

organic solvents.



1.3. Other printing activities with projected consumption of organic

solvents from 0.6 t/year

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The activity of the Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic

solvents [t/y]

TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 1) [%]

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

rotary screen printing on 0.6-15 50-

textil a lepenku --------------------------------------------------------------

> 15-30 50 25

--------------------------------------------------------------

> 30 50 20


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Rotary cylinder screen printing, 0.6-15 50-

jiné hlubotisky, --------------------------------------------------------------

gum printing, laminating, > 15-25 50 25

natírání, lakování --------------------------------------------------------------

> 25 50 20

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) the proportion of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the weight of the input

organic solvents.



1.4. The printing press with the projected consumption of organic solvents from 0.6

t/year

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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents------------------------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 1) [%]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

0,6 - 15 50 -

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 15 50 15

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) the proportion of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the weight of the input

organic solvents.



2. Degreasing and cleaning of surfaces

(code 9.5.-9.6. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



Under the activities of podbodech 2.1. and 2.2. included are any processes,

where are organic solvents used to clean

from the surface of materials, degreasing, paint and other coatings,

surface treatment production preparations and products.



These activities do not apply to chemical cleaning, which is listed

as a separate activity in section 3. Furthermore, these activities do not apply to

clean workspaces and cleaning of process equipment.



2.1. Degreasing and surface cleaning agents containing volatile

organic substances pursuant to article 21 (b). and projected consumption)

organic solvents from 0.01 t/year; degreasing and cleaning of surfaces

agents containing volatile organic substances pursuant to article 21 (b). (b))

projected consumption of organic solvents from 0.1 t/year



These activities may be carried out outside of the facilities that are equipped with

running detection par with recycling of organic solvents.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents

[t/rok] ---------------------------------------------------

The mass flow of the VOC VOC ^ 2)

[mg/m3] [g/h] [%]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 1-5 20 100 15

2 ^ 1) 10 ^ 1)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 5 20 100 10

2 ^ 1) 10 ^ 1)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to stationary sources using organic solvents with

the content of volatile organic compounds under section 21 (a). and).



2) share of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents.



2.2. Degreasing and surface cleaning agents containing volatile

organic substances which are not listed under code 2.1., with projected

consumption of organic solvents from 0.6 t/year

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents--------------------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 2) [%]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 2-10 751 201

10 501 151 >

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) emission limit does not apply in the case that are in operation source

exclusively used cleaning agents whose average content

organic solvents not exceeding 30% by weight.



2) share of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents.



Degreasing and cleaning of surfaces can be operated in a defined

areas in particular with the use of degreasing tables or similar

device where this is technically possible. Used organic solvents

they are collected, stored and forwarded for further use or to

the deletion.



2.2.1. one-off activities, degreasing and cleaning, which are due to

oversized odmašťovaných surfaces are carried out outside the premises

odmašťoven or paint, and whose consumption of organic solvents is

higher than 0.1 tonnes



In these activities, the following must be complied with technical

terms of use: the average content of organic solvents in all

cleaning products used does not exceed 30% w/w, where

It is technically possible, and are not used organic solvents with

the content of volatile organic compounds under section 21 (a). a) or (b)). Used

organic solvents are collected, stored and transmitted to the

further use or to delete.



3. chemical cleaning

(code 9.7. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



Chemical cleaning involves activities using organic solvents in

the device to dry cleaning, equipment of apartments and small consumer items with

the exception of the manual removal of stains and spots in the textile and contaminated

the clothing industry, which are classified under the activities referred to in podbodech

2.1. and 2.2. of this annex.



These facilities must be equipped with a system of detection of par with full recycling

organic solvents.



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Projected consumption of organic Emission limit

solvents [t/y]------------------------------------

VOC ^ 1) [mg/kg]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 0 20

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) share the weight of emissions of volatile organic compounds and total weight

cleaned and dried product.



4. The application of paints

(code 6.1-9.14. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Application of coating shall mean any activity involving

single or multiple application of a continuous film of coating

on different types of surfaces, including related processes vytěkání, drying and

burning.



If the application of coatings includes the operation, which is the same

the product is printed by any printing technology, this printing

the operation is considered part of the coating. Separate printing activities

However, these activities are not included.



Coating means any mixture, including transparent varnishes

and all the organic solvents or mixtures containing organic

solvents necessary for its proper application, to create a film with

decorative, protective or other functional effect on a surface.



4.1. Application of paints, including kataforetického coating,

do not fall under the activities referred to in podbodech 4.2. up to 2.9., with

projected consumption of organic solvents from 0.6 t/year

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

The activity of the Projected Emission limit

the consumption of

organic---------------------------------------

solvents TOC ^ 1) ^ 2) ^ 3) VOC [%]

[t/y] [g/sqm]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

application of paints, 0.6-5 90-

materials > 5 60 20

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

application of coating > 5 45 20

mass-mass or

continuous

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) share the weight of emissions of volatile organic compounds, expressed as

TOC and total size of the area of the final product without painted

regardless of the number of applied coatings.



2) cannot be technically and economically achieve the stated values

the emission limit in g/m2, or if technically not possible to establish the size of the

the edited surface, do not exceed the emission limit of 50 mg/m3 of TOC in

None of the emission duct for exhaust gas from each of the spaces-coating,

vytěkání, drying, burning.



3) fugitive emissions and the share of the weight of the mass input of organic

solvents.



4.1.1. A one-time application of paints, which are due to

coated surfaces made oversized off-premises

paint shops, and whose consumption of organic solvents is higher than 0.1

tons of



These activities include a one-time application of paints, such as

painting of large parts of paint shops in the area outside the premises of the establishment,

or painting on the indoor or outdoor surfaces, in particular at

buildings, constructions, pylons, etc.



Technical condition:



Take appropriate measures to minimise emissions of volatile organic


substances, for example. using paints with lower organic

solvents, selecting appropriate application techniques (the application of paints

w/w roller coating or brush), limiting the overspray.



4.2. Coating wood surfaces with the projected consumption of organic

solvents from 0.6 t/year

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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents-----------------------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 3) [%]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

0.6-5 100-

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

> 5 50 ^ 1) 20

75 ^ 2)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to drying processes.



2) applies to the process of applying coatings.



3) fugitive emissions and the share of the weight of the mass input of organic

solvents.



4.3. vehicle Refinishing-repair business with projected consumption

organic solvents from 0.5 t/year and coatings in the manufacture of new

Road and rail vehicles, with the projected consumption of organic

solvent less than 15 tonnes/year



Any activity involving single or multiple application

continuous coating film and related operations degreasing, which

shall be carried out



and the coating on the road) and rolling stock or part of

carried out as part of the repair, conservation or decoration outside the vehicle

the original production device



(b) the original coating of paint on the) road and rail vehicles, or on

parts thereof for the use of products intended for vehicle refinishing

is carried out away from the original manufacturing facility,



c) coating on trailers (including polopřívěsů)



(d)) in the manufacture of coatings for new road and rail vehicles with

projected consumption of organic solvents is less than 15 tonnes per

year.



---------------------------------------------------------

Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents-----------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 1) [%]

---------------------------------------------------------

> 0.5 50 25 ^ 2) ^ 2)

---------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) proportion of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents.



2) emission limit does not apply in the case referred to in point source. and)

If during operation the source used only selected products listed in

Part I, category B of annex # 7, meeting the VOC content limit values

laid down for the products in point 2. Part II of annex # 7.



With effect from 1 January 2014, for resources under activity

referred to under (a). and instead of the aforementioned) applies emission limits

TOC and VOC this technical condition of operation: in the above sources are

used exclusively selected products listed in part I, category B

Annex No. 7, meeting the VOC content limit values laid down for the

products in point 2. Part II of annex # 7.



4.4. Application of powder plastics

------------------------------------------------------------

Projected consumption of Emission limit

powder plastics [t/y]------------------------------

TOC ^ 1) [mg/m3]

------------------------------------------------------------

>= 1 50

------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) refers to burning and cooling products.



4.5. Coatings with projected consumption of organic solvents from

5 t/year

------------------------------------------------------------

Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents------------------------------

[t/y] VOC ^ 1) [g/sqm]

------------------------------------------------------------

> 5 75

150 ^ 2)

------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) share the weight of emissions of volatile organic compounds and total area

of the product.



2) apply to coatings home accessories and small leather items, such as

are the bags, wallets, belts, and other.



4.6. Coating strips and coils



Means any activity in which it is placed in a continuous film of coating on the

belt coils of metal and other materials.



------------------------------------------------------------

Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents---------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 2) [%]

------------------------------------------------------------

> 5 50 5

150 ^ 1)

------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to stationary sources that reuse reclaimed

organic solvents.



2) share of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents.



4.7. Coatings in the manufacture of new road and rail vehicles with

projected consumption of organic solvents from 15 t/year



The size of the surface is painted in the cases of products referred to in

This section defined as



the calculated surface area) as the sum of the total size of the surface

electrophoretically deposited coating with paints and

the size of the surfaces of all components connected to the product in the other stages

production, which are painted with the same coating system, or



(b)) the total size of the surface of the product provided with coating in

the device.



The size of the surface layer of paint-coated electrophoretically

mass is calculated from the relation:



[2 x body weight]/[average sheet thickness x density

material sheet]



This method can also be used for other products from sheet metal. To calculate the

the total surface area of the product coated in the installation opatřovaného

You can also use paints software systems or other

equivalent method. To calculate the size of the surface unit is m2.



For coatings in the manufacture of new road and rail vehicles, with an annual

projected consumption of organic solvents from 15 t/year applies

the information in the following table.



For coatings in the manufacture of new road and rail vehicles, with an annual

projected consumption of organic solvents is less than 15 t/year

the requirements set out in subsection 4.3. This annex-Refinishing

vehicles-repair business.



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The activity of the annual production of [sc] Emission limit

VOC ^ 1) ^ 2) [g/sqm]

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new coatings > 5000 45

osobních automobilů ----------------------------------------------------------------------

= < 5000 of self-supporting car body or 90 > body fixed on chassis 3500

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coating of new cabins = < 5000 65 trucks----------------------------------------------------------------------and supply > 5000 55

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new coatings = < 2500 90 trucks----------------------------------------------------------------------> 2500 70

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new coatings = < 2000 90 buses, trolleybuses----------------------------------------------------------------------and rolling stock > 2000 70

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Explanatory notes:



1) share the weight of emissions of volatile organic compounds and total area

of the product. The value of the share is related to all stages of the process

operated in the same device, electrophoretic coating or

any other type of coating application process, including the final

preservation of wax and Polish topcoat, including the use of organic

solvents for cleaning of operating equipment.



2) If you can not reach this value, then the issue may not be exceeded

TOC limit of 50 mg/m3.



5. Winding wires with the projected consumption of organic

solvents from 0.6 tons a year

(code 9.15. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Any coating activity of metallic conductors used for winding the coils

in transformers, engines, etc.

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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents---------------------

[t/y] VOC ^ 1) [mg/kg]

---------------------------------------------------

> 5 10 ^ 2)

5 ^ 3)

---------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) share the weight of emissions of volatile organic compounds and total weight

of the product.



2) apply to the wire coatings on diameter of less than 0.1 mm.



3) applies in other cases.



6. Application of adhesives with the projected consumption of organic


solvents from 0.6 tons a year

(code 9.16. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Any activity involving the application of adhesive materials on surfaces

including the subsequent pressing of these materials, with the exception of adhesive

coating and laminating in printing.



If the application includes adhesives, which is

the same product is printed by any printing technology, this

printing operations considered part of the coating of adhesive materials.

Separate printing activities, however, these activities are not included.



Adhesive material means any mixture, including organic

solvents and including folders necessary for its correct application,

that is used to connect separate parts of the manufactured products.



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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents--------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 2) [%]

----------------------------------------------------------

> 5-15 50 25

150 ^ 1)

> 15 50 20

150 ^ 1)

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Explanatory notes:



1) applies to stationary sources that reuse reclaimed

organic solvents.



2) share of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents.



7. Wood preservation with the projected consumption of organic solvents

from 0.6 tons a year

(code 9.17. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Any misleading activity protective equipment in wood.



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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents--------------------------------------------

[t/y] VOC ^ 1) [kg/m3] TOC ^ 2) [mg/m3] VOC ^ 3) [%]



--------------------------------------------------------------------

0.6-5 11 100-

--------------------------------------------------------------------

> 5 11 100 45

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) share the weight of emissions of volatile organic compounds and the total volume of

impregnated wood. This emission limit does not apply at the same time with

other TOC and VOC emission limits.



2) indicated the emission limit does not apply to devices that use the TOC to

impregnation of wood creosote.



3) the mass of VOCs and mass input of organic

solvents.



8. wood and plastic Lamination with the projected consumption of organic

solvents from 0.6 tons a year

(code 9.18. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Any activity together wood and/or plastic to produce

laminates.



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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents-----------------------------------

[t/y] VOC ^ 1) [g/m] TZL ^ 2) [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------------------------------

> 5 30 3

-----------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) share the weight of emissions of volatile organic compounds and total size

the surface of the finished welded areas, from which the release

volatile organic compounds into the atmosphere.



2) applies where the grinding and cutting laminates in a given source.



9. manufacture of composites for use of liquid unsaturated polyester

styrene content resins with the projected consumption of volatile

organic substances from 0.6 tons a year

(code 9.19. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Any activity in which they are used liquid unsaturated

polyester resin containing styrene in the manufacture of composites.



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Projected consumption of Emission limit

VOC ^ 1)

[t/rok] --------------------------------------------

VOC ^ 2) [kg/t] TOC [mg/m3] TZL ^ 3) [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------------------------------------

0.6-5 180 ^ 4) 85 3 ^ 4) ^ 4)

--------------------------------------------------------------------

> 5-20 160 85 3 ^ 4)

140 ^ 4)

--------------------------------------------------------------------

> 20-200 120 85 3 ^ 4)

100 ^ 4)

--------------------------------------------------------------------

> 200 100 85 3 ^ 4)

80 ^ 4)

---------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) into the projected consumption of VOC is included also the total amount of

styrene contained in input materials.



2) share the weight of VOC emissions and total quantity consumed

VOC-containing feedstocks (resins, gelcoats, acetone and others).



3) applies where the grinding and cutting of composite products within

for the resource.



4) valid from 1. January 1, 2013.



10. Manufacture of paints, adhesives and printing ink with

projected consumption of organic solvents from 10 t/year

(code 9.20. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Production of final products or intermediate products paints, adhesive

materials and printing inks, produced in the same place blending

pigments, resins or adhesives with organic

solvent or other carrier, including dispersion and process

Preparatory predispergačních activities, including adjustments of viscosity or

hue and operations performance of the final product into its packaging.



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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents-----------------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 1) [%] VOC ^ 2) [%]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

> 100-1000 150 5 5

--------------------------------------------------------------------

> 1000 150 3 3

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) proportion of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents, with the weight of organic solvents, which are

part of the coating materials sold in hermetically sealed containers, with a

not be considered as part of fugitive emissions.



2) the mass of VOCs and mass input of organic

solvents. This emission limit does not apply at the same time with other

TOC and VOC emission limits.



11. Production of footwear with the projected consumption of organic solvents from

0.6 t/year

(code 9.21. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Any activity the manufacture of footwear or parts thereof.



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Projected consumption of organic VOC ^ 1) [g/pair]

solvents

[t/y]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

> 5 25

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) the mass of emissions of volatile organic compounds and

the number of produced couples.



12. production of pharmaceutical mixtures

(code 9.22. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



The chemical synthesis, fermentation, extraction, track and complete

pharmaceutical mixtures and in cases when they are produced in the same

place, and the manufacture of intermediate products.



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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents-------------------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 2) [%] VOC ^ 3) [%]

-------------------------------------------------------------------

> 50 20 5 5

150 ^ 1)

-------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to stationary sources that reuse reclaimed

organic solvents.



2) share of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents, with the weight of organic solvents, which are

part of the sold products in hermetically sealed containers, with a

not be considered as part of fugitive emissions.



3) the mass of VOCs and mass input of organic

solvents. This emission limit does not apply at the same time with other

TOC and VOC emission limits.



13. the processing of rubber, production of rubber with projected consumption

organic solvents from 5 t/year

(code 9.23. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Operation plastikace rubber and rubber compounds by mixing, compilation

the churning, by calendering, crushing, milling, dyeing, processing operations

rubber composition for extrusion (suspension), pressing, injection

by pressing, the operation of vulcanization and any other ancillary operations

they are part of the process of conversion of natural or synthetic rubber

the final product of the rubber.



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Projected consumption of Emission limit

organic solvents-------------------------------------------

[t/y] TOC [mg/m3] VOC ^ 2) [%] VOC ^ 3) [%]

-------------------------------------------------------------------

> 15 20 25 25

150 ^ 1)

-------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to stationary sources that reuse reclaimed

organic solvents.




2) share of the weight of the fugitive emissions and the mass input of organic

solvents, with the weight of organic solvents, which are

part of the sold products in hermetically sealed containers, with a

not be considered as part of fugitive emissions.



3) the mass of VOCs and mass input of organic

solvents. This emission limit does not apply at the same time with other

TOC and VOC emission limits.



14. The extraction and refining of vegetable oils and animal fats

(code 9.24. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



The extraction of vegetable oil from seeds or other plant

materials, the processing of dry (vyextrahovaných) at debris

animal feed, the purification of fats and oils derived from seeds, from

plant or animal materials.



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Activities-extraction and refining of the Projected VOC ^ 1) [kg/t]

the following materials consumption

organic

solvents

[t/y]

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animal fat > 10 1.5

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ricin > 10 3

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a rape or sunflower > 10 1

seeds

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soya beans-the normal pulp > 10 0.8

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soya beans-white flakes > 10 1.2

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other seeds and other plant > 10 3

material

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

other seeds and other plant > 10 1.5

material

-fractionation processes excluding

the removal of gums or

the resins of oils

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other seeds and other plant > 10 4

material-removal

gums or resins of oils

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Explanatory notes: 1) the mass of emissions of volatile organic compounds and

the total weight of the processed raw materials.



Part III



Emission ceiling and its calculation method



1) emission ceiling shall not exceed the maximum quantity of emissions of volatile

organic substances for a period of one year, what would be the source of

produced in case of application of emission limits set out in part I of the

of this annex.



2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, proceed in the case of stationary source

listed in part I of this annex, section 4.1. whose emissions of volatile

organic substances cannot be collected and controlled way to drain

through the exhaust, chimney or discharge from a device for the reduction of

emissions of volatile organic compounds, and whose emissions are therefore completely

the fugitive (e.g. ships or aircraft), and which meet the

the requirement to meet the emission limit in paragraph 1(c): 1 is not technically and

economically achievable. In such a case shall be considered emission ceiling for

stuffed if it is due to the emission of volatile organic compounds

apply the best available techniques.



3) emission ceiling cannot replace emission limit established in part I, point

2 (a). a) and (b)).



4) in the case of the application of paints, adhesives, or

printing inks can be used following the method of determination of the emission

the ceiling.



Emission ceiling = total mass of solids in the consumed

materials x K1 x K2



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The activity of factor K1

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publication rotogravure printing 4

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Rotary cylinder screen printing 1.5

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other polygraphic activities (with the exception of 2.5

publication rotogravure and Rotary cylindrical

screen printing)

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the application of coating materials for wood, fabric, 4

fabric, film, foil and paper

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application of adhesive materials 3

coatings and coating belt and roll materials 2.5

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vehicle-refinishing repairs 2.5

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coatings for contact with foodstuffs; coatings in aerospace 2.33

industry

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the application of coating materials on other materials, 1.5

---------------------------------------------------------------



In the case that it is in operating resources achieved greater efficiency in the use of

non-volatile substances contained in paints, adhesive

materials and printing inks, can be the size of the K1 factor for

each resource is modified.



The value of the factor K2 is determined from the emission limit value for fugitive

the emissions for each of the activities referred to in section I of this annex, as follows:



K2 = [emission limit for fugitive emissions + 15]/100



for the activities referred to in point 4.3. Part I of this annex,



for the activities referred to in point 4.1. Part II of this annex, with projected

organic solvent consumption 15 t/year < and for the operations referred to in

4.2. Part I of this annex with the projected consumption of organic

solvents 25 t/yr <



or



K2 = [emission limit for fugitive emissions + 5]/100 for all other

activity.



Part IV



How to perform the annual mass balance of volatile organic compounds



1. the Quantities of annual mass balance



The balance shall be carried out for organic solvents, expressed as VOCS.

the case of the quantities measured as TOC O1 performs recalculation on the VOC.

Conversion shall be effected on the basis of the knowledge of the composition of the measured emissions. In

If the composition of the measured emissions is not known, the conversion to the

the basis of the relationship: VOC = TOC/0.8.



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inputs (I)

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I1 total mass input of organic solvents

or in mixtures, that was purchased and used as

inputs into the process in the time frame in which it is

computed the mass balance

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I2 total weight of organic solvents, clean

form or in mixtures, that was internally recovered

and again (recyklovaně) used as inputs into processes in

the time frame in which this is calculated

mass balance (recycled solvents

are counted every time they are used in the context of the

traffic sources)

outputs (O)

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O1 emissions of volatile organic compounds in the waste gas,

that is drawn into the atmosphere through the chimney or výduchem

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O2 weight organic solvents contained in the waste

water; in some cases, it is appropriate to calculate

variables to take into account a good way of handling waste

waters

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O3 mass of organic solvent contained as

dirt or residues in finished products

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O4 uncontained weight of volatile organic compounds

released into the atmosphere due to the ventilation of the room when

These emissions are from the working environment are discharged into

Air Windows, doors, vents, etc.

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O mass input of organic solvents into an

during the chemical and physical processes, such as

the incineration, lost, etc., if this mass has not been

taken into account quantities O6, O7 or O8

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O6 organic solvents contained in weight

collected waste

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O7 organic solvents, weight in pure form or in a

mixtures sold or intended for sale as commercial

product

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O8 organic solvents, weight that was internally

recovered from the mixtures to re-use under the

operation of the resources, and that was not within the time frame

for which it is being processed by this balance, again

used as input I2

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O9 organic solvents released into the weight

the environment in a different way

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2. the basic balance sheet calculations



and the consumption of organic solvents) (C) shall be calculated from the relation:



C = I1-O8 (indicate in terms of mass-g, kg or tonnes)



b) fugitive emissions (F) is calculated by the following equations:



F = I1-O1-O5-O6-O7-O8 or F = O2 + O3 + O4 + O9



(indicate in terms of mass-g, kg or tonnes)




Fugitive emissions can be determined whether or not a limited, but representative

file measurements, and until there is a change in equipment, you need not

Repeat the measurement.



(c)) emissions shall be calculated from the relation E:



E = F + O1 (indicate in terms of mass-g, kg or tonnes)



(d) the production of measure emissions) will be calculated as the proportion of the amount of emissions of volatile

organic substances and the quantity or size of production (in g/kg,

g/m2, kg/m3, g/pair or in kg/t).



(e) fugitive emission Emission percentage) is calculated as a percentage of the amount

fugitive emissions and input the quantity of organic solvents and, where

I = I1 + I2 (in%).



f) emission of emissions shall be calculated as the proportion of the amount of emissions and the input

the quantity of organic solvents (in%).



g) in the case of performance of the emission ceiling set by calculation in accordance with section

(III) point 4 of this Annex specifies the total amount of non-volatile substances N

contained in consumed paints, adhesive

materials and printing inks, which is calculated from the relation:



N = total annual consumption of material x the content of non-volatile substances in the

material



(indicate in terms of mass-g, kg or tonnes)



The completed balance sheet stored in your operators operating the register and

upon request, to provide air protection to the competent authorities at the same time

with all the documents necessary to verify the correctness of input data

used for calculations.



Annex 6



SPECIFIC EMISSION LIMITS AND TECHNICAL OPERATING CONDITIONS FOR STATIONARY

THE SOURCE, IN WHICH EXPERIENCING LOADING WITH PETROL



1. the terms



For the purposes of this annex, means the



and-any petroleum petrol) product, with or without additives, that

It is intended for use as fuel for motor vehicles, with the exception of liquid

Presently, the saturated steam at temperature 20 ° c pressure is equal to

or greater than 1.32 kPa,



(b) the gasoline vapours)-all gaseous compounds that evaporate from

petrol,



(c)-service station equipment) for the issue of petrol from stationary

storage tank into the fuel tanks of motor vehicles,



d) intermediate storage of vapours-space in the tank with a fixed roof, in which they are

the steam is collected for the purpose of later shipment of gasoline to drive

reducing emissions in another Terminal. Transport of vapours between the

individual storage devices in the Terminal is not considered

vapours within the meaning of this annex,



e) mobile containers-tank for the transport of petrol by road,

rail or waterways from one terminal to another or from

a Terminal to a service station,



f) gantry-any structure at a Terminal at which can be

meet the petrol into a single road tanker,



g) loading installations-any device at the Terminal for loading of petrol

into mobile containers,



h) annual sales of gasoline-the largest total quantity of petrol loaded

from a storage device the terminal into mobile containers during the

the previous three years,



I) running stage I petrol vapour recovery equipment for the reverse

the acquisition of petrol from vapours including any storage facilities, terminals

countervailing pushdown systems in Terminal,



j) running stage II petrol vapour recovery-facilities for

the recovery of gasoline vapours from the fuel tank of a motor not

the vehicle during refuelling at a service station and transmitting

gasoline vapor into the storage tanks at the gas station or back to

the gasoline pumping machine for resale,



k)-a device for terminal storage and loading of petrol onto mobile

containers, including technological accessories on the site of

the device,



l) petrol vapour capture efficiency-the amount of petrol vapour

captured by the running stage II petrol vapour recovery in comparison with

the amount of petrol vapour, which would be otherwise discharged to the air,

If such a system existed, and that is expressed as a percentage

market share.



2. Requirements for storage installations terminals



and for the Terminal whose) storage device is fitted with a system

stage I petrol vapour recovery is on the exhaust from this system

established emission limit of 150 mg/m3 expressed as a percentage by weight of

total organic carbon with the exception of methane, relative to normal

the status conditions and wet gas.



(b)) roof and external walls of tanks above ground must be provided with

proper insulation and reflective coat of paint with the total reflectance, radiant

at least 70% of the heat energy. This provision shall not apply to tanks

connected to the system of stage I petrol vapour recovery that meets the

the requirements referred to in point (a)).



c) tank with external and internal floating roofs must be

equipped with a primary seal to cover the annular space between the

the wall of the tank and the outer circumference of the floating roof and the secondary seal

located above the primary seal. These seals are made so that the

the effectiveness of detection of gasoline vapor amounted to at least 95% in comparison with similar

fixed-roof tank with no vapour detection of petrol-driven (i.e. tank with

solid roof with safety valve).



d) fixed-roof tanks must be connected to the system recovery

stage I petrol vapour, which meets the requirements referred to in point (a)).



(e)) the requirements for vapour containment referred to in point (d))

do not apply to fixed-roof tanks at terminals, where it is allowed

vapours according to point 3 of this annex.



3. The requirements for loading and unloading



and Couples eliminated from filled) mobile containers must be kept

parotěsným pipes to the system of stage I petrol vapour recovery

the Terminal. This provision shall not apply to mobile containers with upper

by completing the authorization expires this filling system.



(b)) in the terminals, which load petrol onto vessels, the system may be

stage I petrol vapour recovery unit for combustion is replaced

par, par, if reclamation is not safe or technically not possible

due to the volume not par. requirements for emissions to air from

petrol vapour reduction units, which are referred to in subparagraph (a). a), point 2.

of this annex shall also apply to vapour incineration unit.



(c)) in the terminals with an annual turnover of petrol to 25 000 tonnes of the system may be

stage I petrol vapour recovery is replaced with the intermediate storage of vapours.



(d)) at terminals, where the system is stage I petrol vapour recovery

replaced with the intermediate storage of vapours must be eliminated couples held a gas-proof

by pipeline to a storage location par with effect at least 99%. The performance of the mobile

the container of petrol must not commence until both the tank properly

linked by pipeline for par and ensure proper function

of swapping the par.



e) in the case of a leak of gasoline vapor must be racking immediately stopped.

At the gantry terminal driver is located, which may be racking

stop at any time.



(f)) in the performance of top-loading of mobile containers must be filling

his shoulder ensured so that his mouth was at the bottom of the container, and avoid

spray of gasoline.



4. the requirements on the device for bottom loading, vapour collection and protection against

to congested road tankers



4.1 Pipe couplings



and) couplings for bottling of petrol on the loading arm and the vehicle must

conform to the provisions of the directive API Recommended Practice 1004 seventh

Edition, November 1988: "bottom loading and vapour recovery for

tank road vehicles MC-306, section 2.1.1.1 "-type pipe

the coupler for bottom loading.



(b) pipe Couplings for the collection) the vapour of petrol on the gantry and the

vehicle correspond to the provisions of the directive API Recommended Practice 1004,

Seventh Edition, November 1988: "bottom loading and vapour recovery for

tank road vehicles MC-306 "part 4.1.1.2-connection for

vapour outlet.



4.2. Execution conditions



and the usual flow of petrol) single-arm in the performance of the 2 300 l/min

the maximum flow rate is 2 500 l/min.



(b)) when the highest load Terminal is permitted in the place of connection on the

vehicle maximum vapour pressure 5.5 kPa.



(c)) all approved bottom-loading vehicles are fitted with metal

identification plate stating the maximum number of

the filling of the arms, that can be operated at the same time so as to avoid

escaping par safety valves at the maximum permitted by 5.5 kPa overpressure.

Furthermore, it is on the label indicates the type of installed sensors to detect the top

level (i.e., two-wire or 5-cable) used on the vehicle.



4.3. connecting the grounding and overfill alarm



Filling bridge shall be fitted with a control unit for signalling

Overstock. If this unit after connection to the vehicle does not indicate

filling of the tank, it must send a signal to allow filling of the tank.



and vehicle) control unit on the gantry connects to standard

desetipólovým electrical connector. Desetikolíková fork (an)

It is connected to the vehicle and the moveable (attachment) is

connected to the control unit on the gantry.



(b) liquid level sensors on the vehicle) must be either 2-wire termistorová

sensors, 2-wire optical sensors, optical sensors or other pětivodičová

compatible, reliable sensors




(c)), the control unit on the gantry must allow linking with both the

two-wires, so with pětivodičovými systems of vehicles.



d) common surface sensors must be connected to pin 10 on the

the inlet and on to the chassis of the vehicle. Pin 10 on the plug is connected to the

the cover of the control unit, which is connected to the Earth filling trays.



4.4. Location of the connectors



and equipment for bottling) construction of petrol and vapour collection at the gantry

must meet the following requirements



1. axis height couplings for bottling of petrol up to 1.4 m is

(unladen) and not less than 0.5 metre (laden); the recommended

the height is up to 1.0 m 0.7 m,



2. horizontal gap between quick loading of petrol must not be

less than 0.25 m; the recommended minimum spacing is 0.3 m,



3. all couplings for bottling of gasoline are in the indoor area

whose length does not exceed 2.5 m,



4. connection for vapour exhaust is placed as far as possible the right of the

quick-connect couplings for bottling of petrol in the amount not exceeding 1.5 m (for

vehicle unladen) and not less than 0.5 metres (laden)



and) connector grounding and overfill alarm must be placed to the right of

quick-connect couplings for bottling of gasoline and exhaust fumes in the amount not exceeding 1.5

m (unladen) and not less than 0.5 metres (laden)



(b)) all couplings, connections and connectors must be placed on

one side of the vehicle.



4.5. Security screening



and grounding and overfill Alarm)-filling of the tank must be

blocked, until the grounding and overfill control unit does not send an

the appropriate signal. In the case of overfill or ground fault vehicle is

the control unit is closed shut-off valve at the gantry.



(b)) Signaling fume-filling of the tank must be blocked until the

the hose is not connected to the vehicle exhaust fumes, and until it is secured

the free passage of vapour into the collection system Terminal.



5. requirements for filling and storage installations at service stations and

terminals, where intermediate storage of vapours is carried out



Extruded stáčeným pairs of petrol storage facilities in

service stations and in fixed-roof tanks used for

intermediate storage of vapours must be returned through parotěsnými with links to

mobile container delivering petrol. The performance may not be initiated until the

These systems are not ready until ensured and their correct

function.



The annual loss of petrol resulting from the performance of the storage

installations at service stations shall be less than 0.01% by weight

annual sales of motor gasoline.



6. Conditions for operation of petrol stations



6.1. Conditions for operation of petrol stations



All the stands used to supply petrol shall be equipped with a clear

an inscription indicating the need for the full insertion of the customers picking

the pistol into the filler neck of the tank of a motor vehicle.



Pumping station must be fitted with a petrol vapour recovery

phase II, which must work with a minimum efficiency of capture

petrol vapour 85% straight, which confirms the manufacturer in accordance with the

the relevant European technical standards or authorisation procedures,

or where there are no such standards or procedures, in accordance with the

any appropriate national standard. The ratio of the volume of recoverable

petrol vapour at atmospheric pressure to the total volume of gasoline

přečerpaného into the fuel tank of a motor vehicle within the range up to 0.95

1.05.



Checking the function of stage II petrol vapour recovery for

dispensers shall be conducted once per shift. In the stands

equipped with an optical signalling of the correct functioning of the system recovery

stage II petrol vapour must be checked by the functionality of this system

When the supply of gasoline. If they are fitted with an automatic monitoring racks

system, this system should automatically detect the proper function disorders

of stage II petrol vapour recovery and automatic

the monitoring system, the fault signal operating petrol stations and

automatically stop the flow of petrol from a faulty fuel vending machine,

If the disorder has not been corrected within seven days. The dispensers,

that are not equipped with an optical signalling of the correct functioning of the system

or an automatic monitoring system, must be the right functionality

of stage II petrol vapour recovery controlled mechanical

Tester recuperation.



6.2. System check stage II petrol vapour recovery



Review of stage II petrol vapour recovery is performed

professional service organization that is entitled to for installations and

repair interventions by the manufacturer of these devices. The check is performed

once per calendar year and whenever you suspect a bad

the functionality of this device.



To check the operational efficiency of petrol vapour recovery

stage II of the following procedures:



1. the procedure for fuel dispensers, where is the vacuum pump driven by an electric motor

pumps without electronic control system Test reverse fume.

When you are done pumping gasoline into a suitable volumetric vessel at 50% and

100% of the nominal flow of gasoline. Measure the effectiveness of this system is

made exclusively for this purpose, a specified volume.



2. the procedure for fuel dispensers with electronically controlled system

stage II petrol vapour recovery, which enables you to perform a test without

pumping gasoline. The multiproduktových racks are measured and adjusted whenever

only one side of the dispenser. The test is performed for

this purpose approved.



Annex 7



SELECTED PRODUCTS, LIMIT VALUES FOR THE CONTENT OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN THE

THESE PRODUCTS AND ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF VOLATILE CONTENT

ORGANIC SUBSTANCES IN THESE PRODUCTS



Part I



Division of selected products



The Categories And



Paints intended for buildings, equipment and accessories, and with

related constructions, and used for decorative, functional and

protective purposes, with the exception of aerosols.



Subcategories:



and) Matt coatings for interior walls and ceilings are coating

designed for application to indoor walls and ceilings with a degree of gloss = < 25 @ 60 °, b) glossy coatings for interior walls and ceilings means coatings designed for application to indoor walls and ceilings with a degree of gloss >

25 @ 60 °,



c) coatings for exterior walls of mineral substrate are

means coatings designed for application to the exterior masonry and brick, concrete

or plaster walls,



d) indoor/outdoor paints for wood, metal or plastic for

equipment and cladding are coatings producing an opaque

the film and are intended for wood, metal or plastic substrates. This

subcategory also includes underlying paints and coatings

for the interlayer,



e) indoor/outdoor paints and varnishes are paints designed to

the coating on the buildings and their equipment, and producing a transparent or

semi-transparent film for decoration purposes or for the protection of wood, metal and

plastics. This subcategory includes woodstains for wood,

that means coatings producing a movie and

used for decoration or to protect the wood from the weather

in accordance with EN 927-1 (the semi-stable category),



f) nefilmotvorná stain stain, which are in accordance with standard EN

927-1:1996 forms a layer thickness average less than 5 bolt, measured

5A method according to ISO 2808:1997,



g) base coatings means coatings with sealing and/or

the insulating effect of intended for use on wood or walls and ceilings,



h) penetrating coatings means coatings designed to stabilise the

loose particles of the substrate or to achieve hydrophobic properties and/or

to protect wood against blue discolouration,



I) a single-component coatings are coatings

Special functions on the basis of filmoforming substances. Are designed for applications

with special requirements, such as the base and topcoats for plastics,

primer coat for ferrous substrates, primer coat for light metals such as

zinc and aluminium, anticorrosion finishes, floor coatings,

including wooden and concrete floors, protection against graffiti,

fire protective coatings and coatings matching the hygiene standards in

the food industry and in healthcare facilities,



j) coatings are coatings to

same use as a single-component coatings with special features

but with a second component (eg. terciálními amines) being added before

using,



k) multicolored coatings are coatings that are directly in the

the first application two-tone or multicolored effects,



l) paints with decorative effects paints are intended for

creating special aesthetic effects on specially equipped, in advance

painted surfaces or the underlying smears, with subsequent

Working various tools during the drying period.



Category (B)



Products intended for repair and refinishing of road vehicles according to

Directive 70/156/EEC or part of them in their repair, maintenance or

the purpose of the decoration carried out outside the manufacturing facilities.



Subcategories:




a) preparatory and cleaning operations are products intended for

mechanical or chemical removal of old paint and rust or to

preparation for applying new coatings:



I) Preparatory resources include tools, cleaners

(products for cleaning spray guns and other equipment),

paint strippers, degreasers (including anti-static agents for

plastic) and silicone removers,



II) cleaner is a product designed for the removal of surface

impurities in the run-up to the deposition of coatings and prior to their

the deposition,



(b)) body fillers and sealants are viscous substances intended to fill

deep surface imperfections before applying countervailing refinishing



(c)) the basic paints are all means coatings designed for

coating on plain metal surface or on existing coatings as a protection

anti-corrosion paints before applying the compensatory



I) countervailing coatings means coatings designed for application

immediately before applying topcoat to enhance resistance to

corrosion and adhesion of the topcoat, and to achieve uniform quality

the surface by filling in minor surface inequalities,



II) basic paints for metal means coatings designed for

as a primer coating, such as adhesion promoters, filler,

the applying paints, paints, basic underlying

coatings for plastics, paints for coating wet to

wet, not intended for grinding fillers and spray fillers,



III) reactive base coatings means coatings containing

at least 0.5% by weight. phosphoric acid, intended for direct use on

bare metal surfaces to provide corrosion resistance and adhesion,

coatings used as weldable primers and

pickling solutions for galvanised and zinc surfaces



(d)) the upper pigmented coatings means coatings designed for

application in one or more layers to achieve a gloss and

durability; include all products used for these purposes, as

are the underlying paints and varnishes



I) underlying pigmented coatings means coatings designed for

achieve the desired colour shades and optical effects, but

not the gloss or surface resistance of the coating system,



II) transparent varnishes are paints designed to create the final

gloss and resistance of the coating system,



e) special top coatings means coatings designed for

application as topcoats with special features in a single layer,

such as metallic and Pearlescent effects, that are highly durable color

or transparent coatings (e.g. coatings scratch resistant and

fluorinated transparent coatings), reflective undercoats, top

coatings, structural effects (e.g. wrought effects), slip resistant

coatings, fillers on pants, protective coatings against impacts,

Interior paints and aerosols.



Part II



The limit values for the content of volatile organic compounds in selected

products



1. the exposure limit values for the content of volatile organic compounds for the products

falling under the category of, and



----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Subcategories of products kind of VOC g/l *

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

and Matt paints for walls and ceilings WB 30

in the Interior (gloss level = @ 60 ° < 25) SB 30----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------b glossy coatings for walls and ceilings in the interior of VŘNH100 (gloss 25 > @ 60 °) RNH100

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(c) coatings for exterior walls of mineral WB 40

substrate RNH430

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(d) indoor/outdoor paints for wood, metal VŘNH130

or plastic cladding and RNH300

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

an indoor/outdoor paints and varnishes including VŘNH130

silnovrstvých lazurovacích materials for wood RNH400

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(f) indoor/outdoor nefilmotvorná stain VŘNH130

RNH700

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(g) the basic paints WB 30

RNH350

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(h) the penetration of the paint 30 WB

RNH750

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

even a single-component coatings with special VŘNH140

function RNH500

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(j) the compound of reactive coatings VŘNH140

Special features for specific purposes, RNH500

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

for the multi-color paints VŘNH100

RNH100

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

l sealers with decorative effects VŘNH200

RNH200

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



*) the content of volatile organic compounds in the product ready for use.



WB-water-based paints



RNH-solvent based paints



2. the exposure limit values for the content of volatile organic compounds for the products

falling under category (B)



--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Subcategories of products VOC g/l *)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

and products for the preparation of the preparatory prostředky850

detergents and cleaning operations 200

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(b) the body filler all kinds of 250

and sealants

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(c) the basic paints paints 540 buffer

and base paints (for metal)

primer coatings 780

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(d) the Chief paints all kinds of 420

(e) special top all kinds of 840

paints

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



*) the content of volatile organic compounds in the product ready for use.

Any water content of the product ready for use shall be deducted, with

the exception of products in the subcategory and.



Part III



The analytical method for the determination of volatile organic compounds in the

selected products



Permitted methods for products with a VOC content of less than 15% by weight

without the presence of reactive diluents



---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Parameter Unit Test

-------------------------------------------------------

Method of the date of publication of

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

G/l VOC content ISO 11890-2 EN 2006

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Permitted methods for products with a VOC content by weight 15% or more, without

the presence of reactive diluents



---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Parameter Unit Test

-------------------------------------------------------

Method of the date of publication of

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

VOC g/l of ČSN EN ISO ISO 11890-1 2007

G/l VOC content ISO 11890-2 EN 2006

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Permitted methods for VOC-containing products in the presence of reactive

diluents



---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Parameter Unit Test

-------------------------------------------------------

Method of the date of publication of

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

VOC g/l ASTMD 2369 2003

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Annex 8



OPERATING CONDITIONS FOR THE OTHER STATIONARY SOURCES



Part I



General provisions and concepts



1. the terms




For the purposes of this annex, means the



and the terms of reference and for) the emission limit-relevant concentrations

substances at normal status conditions in dry gas, sometimes with

indication of the reference substances in the flue gas, usually

oxygen,



(b) the terms of reference (B)) for emission limit-relevant concentrations

substance in damp gas under normal conditions, sometimes with a status indication

reference the contents of some substances in the flue gas, typically oxygen,



(c) the terms of reference) (C) for emission limit-relevant concentrations

substances in the flue gas under normal operating conditions,



d) direct-heating, process heating which are pollutant

resulting from the combustion of fuels drained and brought into the air together with the

pollutants generated in the technological process



e) flare (torch)-a device for the reduction of the level of pollution that

working as an emergency gas outlet to the open air, in conjunction

technological areas with ambient air or in transient and

otherwise heavily parseable surplus gas.



2. technical operating conditions for stationary sources using flares where they occur



and All, even the emergency), technological equipment for disposal of waste

gases are designed such that the burning of waste gas was

secure optimum combustion scheme and reducing levels of

pollution.



(b) in the case of fluctuation of calorific value) or the amount of waste gas

entering the exhaust gas is burned flares where they occur at the same time with an appropriate

stabilizing fuel.



c) each fléra is evaluated individually with regard to its construction,

localization and burned gaseous media. In assessing the need to be

prefer flérám, i.e., flérám assisted to design

the ability to influence the amount of incoming air and combustion temperature.



Part II



Specific emission limits and technical conditions of operation



1. Management of waste and waste water management



1.1 Plant and equipment for the biological purification of the projected

capacity equal to or greater than 10 tonnes per zakládku or more than

150 tons of waste treated per year

(code 2.3. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



Technical conditions of operation



and bunkers are in the Hopper) closed with the Chamber for vehicles

the open halls and during unloading of collecting waste, vehicles must be

gases from bunkers exhausted and drained into the sewage cleaning equipment

gases.



(b) the Defrost and water vapours) arising in the kompostovacím process

(the maturation of compost) for construction may only be unsealed and sealed

plants used for moistening the compost pile only if the use of

increase the burden of technologies in the area.



(c)) of the maturation of the exhaust gases in closed halls compost plant

are drawn to the purification of waste gases.



1.2 the bioremediation and solidifikační device

(code 2.4. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. 1.2013:



In the case of processing materials, which can lead to the emission of

nuisance odours, pollutants must be ensured

technical and organizational measures to reduce these substances e.g.

zakrytování biodegradation areas and exhaust waste gases into the device

the flue-gas cleaning.



In the case of loose fills reduce introduction of solid pollutants

into the air, for example, by placing the fills on the Leeward side, their

skrápěním or mist.



1.3. the Remedial device (removal of petroleum and chlorinated hydrocarbons from

contaminated soil) with projected annual output of more than 1 t

EMISSIONS of VOCS, including

(code 2.5. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Apply to the remediation equipment operated ex situ.



-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------Terms of reference

VOC

-------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

-------------------------------------------------------------



1.4. Wastewater treatment plants; equipment intended for the operation of technology

waste water-producing non-transferable to the equivalent inhabitant

more than 50 m3/day

(code 2.6. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. 1.2014:



In order to reduce the emission of pollutants the annoying odor

take steps to reduce emissions of these substances, for example. by performing the

waste gas extraction to the device to control emissions, zakrytováním

pits and conveyors, conclusion of the objects on a regular basis

deposits of organic origin of the pretreatment of wastewater,

observance of technological discipline.



1.5. Wastewater treatment plants with a capacity of 10,000 and more

population equivalent

(code 2.7. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. 1.2014:



In order to reduce the emission of pollutants the annoying odor

take steps to reduce emissions of these substances, for example. by performing the

waste gas extraction to the device to control emissions, zakrytováním

pits and conveyors, conclusion of the objects on a regular basis

deposits of organic origin of the pretreatment of wastewater,

observance of technological discipline.



2. energy-other



2.1. Rozmrazovny direct process heating

(code 3.2. Annex 2 to the law)

-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------Terms of reference

Nox CO

-------------------------------------------------------------

400 800 and

-------------------------------------------------------------



2.2. classification and coal preparation, briketárny



2.2.1. classification and other cold coal preparation

(code 3.3. Appendix No. 2 to the law)



-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

-------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

-------------------------------------------------------------

100 C

20 ^ 1)

-------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2020.



2.2.2. thermal coal preparation (briketárny, low-temperature carbonization

drying)

(code 3.4. Annex 2 to the law)



------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL VOC

------------------------------------------------------------------

100 50 C

20 ^ 1) B ^ 1)

------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2020.



2.3. Manufacture of coke



2.3.1.-2.3.3. (codes 3.5.1, 3.5.2, 3.5.4. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] O2R

------------------------------------------------------ [%] Vztažné podmínky

SO2 NOx TZL PAH ^ 2)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2.3.1.

Fuel coke oven batteries

(code 3.5.1. of Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 ^ 1) 500 500 5 (B)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2.3.2.

Preparation of coal charge

(code 3.5.2. of Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2.3.3.

Extrusion of coke

(code 3.5.4. of Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 0,2 B

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) is valid from 1. January 2016.



2) Benzo (b) fluoranthene, benzo (a) pyrene, indeno (1, 2, 3-c, d) pyrene,

benzo (k) fluoranthene.



Technical conditions of operation:



a) coke oven gas used for heating of coke oven batteries must be

odsířený.



(b)) in the performance of coke gas Filling of the ventricles are drawn to the raw

Coke oven gas or coke Chamber. Conditions during the

the operating cycle shall lay down the rules of operation.



c) chemical plants coke ovens are secured against leaks

VOCS into the ambient air. Direct water cooling the gas must not be in

direct contact with the air.



(d) the Content of hydrogen sulfide in coke-making) gas on the output from chemical plants

shall not exceed 500 mg/m3. The content of hydrogen sulfide detecting permanently operating

measurement.



e) coke oven gas into the air Discharge is not allowed. Terms and conditions

for any controlled incineration in accordance with point 2 of part I of this

the attachment should be determined in a production order.



(f) the coke Chambers door) must be permanently ensured

regular cleaning, adjustment, repair, and replacement,

in order to avoid the obvious emissions considered from a distance of about 30 m in more than

10% of the door on the machine and Chambers Coke side.



(g)) in the extrusion of coke of coking chambers must be waste gases


exploited and sent to a odprašovacího device.



(h)) in the extraction of the raw coke oven gas from coke oven

batteries and when you need to burn it on flérách must be stopped

Extrusion and fulfilment of the coking chambers.



2.3.4. classification of coke

(code 3.5.5. of Annex No. 2 to the law)

-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

-------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

-------------------------------------------------------------



2.3.5. Coke cooling

(code 3.5.6. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Technical conditions of operation:



Fire towers must be fitted with bulkheads on the reduction of emissions of solid

pollutants. For new fire towers must be their minimum

height of at least 30 m.



2.4. Adjustment of coal and gas and oil production



2.4.1. The gasification and liquefaction of coal, the production and refining of gas and

mineral oils, the production of energy (gas, producer gas

City gas) and syntézních gases

(code 3.6. Annex No. 2 to the law)



----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------------------- Vztažné podmínky

TZL SO2 NOx CO hydrogen sulphide ammonia

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

150 2500 500 800 10 50 and

50 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2020.



3. Production and processing of metals and plastics



3.1. metal ore roasting or sintering installations, including sulphide ore



3.1.1. preparation of the charge

(code 4.1.1 of Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

---------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

---------------------------------------------------------------



3.1.2. agglomeration Sintering bands

(code 4.1.2. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] O2R

-------------------------------------------------[%] Of the reference conditions

TZL SO2 NOx CO gaseous compounds

Mercury

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 400 400 8000 1 19 and

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------



3.1.3. The handling of spečencem such as cooling, crushing, grinding, grading

(code 4.1.3 of Annex No. 2 to the law)

-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

-------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

-------------------------------------------------------------



3.1.4. Extrusion plant (crushing, drying, pelletising)

(code 4.1.4 of Annex No. 2 to the law)



--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL SO2

--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Crushing, drying 25-C

--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Curing a belt 40 100 ^ 1) and

--------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) applies from 1 January 2020.



3.2. production of iron



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------------O2R [%] the reference conditions

TZL SO2 NOx CO

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.2.1. transport and handling of blast furnace charge

(code 4.2.1. Annex No. 2 to the law)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 - - - - C

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.2.2. Casting (blast furnace)

(code 4.2.2. Appendix No. 2 to the law)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 - - - - A

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.2.3. wind Heaters

(code 4.2.3. Appendix No. 2 to the law)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2500 400 4000 7 and

2000 ^ 1) 100 ^ 1)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2020.



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2016:



Blast furnace gas is to be taken out, odprašovat and use it;

the concentration of the residual dust clean of blast furnace gas must not

not exceed 10 mg/m3 in the dry gas under normal conditions.



3.3. Production of steel



3.3.1. transport and handling charge or a product

(code 4.3.1. Annex 2 to the law)



----------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

----------------------------------------------------------------

50^1) C

----------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is also true for the milling and grading of slag.



Technical condition:



Define how the extraction and separation of pollutants when partitioning

heavy metal scrap cutting oxygen.



3.3.2. Hearth furnaces with oxygen through intensification

(code 4.3.2. Annex No. 2 to the law)



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

----------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL SO2 NOx

---------------------------------------------------------------

50 400 400 (B)

---------------------------------------------------------------



3.3.3. Oxygen converters

(code 4.3.3. of Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

---------------------------------------------------------------

50 A

20 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) applies for the secondary dust removal from 1. 1.2020.



Technical conditions of operation:



Converter gas) should be collected with regard to the procedural options and

Next, use it.



(b)) must be odprášena steel plant Hall with the efficiency of at least 90%. This

the condition is valid from 1. January 2020.



3.3.4.-3.3.6.

(code 4.3.4.-4.3.6. Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

------------------------------------------------------------------- Vztažnépodmínky

TZL SO2 NOx CO

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.3.4. Electric Arc furnaces

(code 4.3.4. of Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20-400 1000 and

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.3.5. Ladle furnace

(code 4.3.5. of Annex No. 2 to the law)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 400 400 1000-A

20 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.3.6. The electric induction furnaces with projected output of over 2.5 t/hour

(code 4.3.6. Annex

No 2 to the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50-400 1000-A

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2020.



3.4. Processing of ferrous metals in rolling mills and foundries



Specified emission limits apply for furnaces with direct process heating or

When you use the special protective atmosphere. SO2 emission limit does not apply

for ovens fuelled with natural gas only.



3.4.1. Rolling mill for hot and cold, including the heating furnaces and furnaces

heat treatment

(code 4.4. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



----------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------Terms of reference

So2 NOx CO

----------------------------------------------------------

500 400 800 and

400 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016.



3.4.2. Forge-heating furnace and the furnace for heat treatment with

the only heat output of 1 MW, including

(code 4.5. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

------------------------------------Terms of reference

So2 NOx CO


------------------------------------------------------------

500 400 800 and

400 ^ 1)

------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016.



3.5. Ferrous metal foundries (ferrous alloys)



3.5.1. transport and handling charge or a product

(code 4.6.1. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



Including other technological nodes, such as the úpravárenská device,

production of moulds and cores, casting, foundry, finishing operations.



-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

-------------------------------------------------------------

100 C

20 ^ 1)

-------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2020 for ferrous metal foundries on the

production capacity exceeding 20 tonnes per day.



Technical conditions of operation:



The control of emissions of VOCS resulting from the manufacture of moulds and cores commonly

available resources, for example. minimizing the consumption of binders, substitute

alcohol-based coating for water-based coatings, using such

solvents for the manufacture of cold-box cores that are not based on

aromatic hydrocarbons.



3.5.2. Annealing and drying ovens

(code 4.6.2. of Annex No. 2 to the law)



--------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits of ^ 1) [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------Terms of reference

So2 NOx CO

--------------------------------------------------------------

400 ^ 2) 400 800 and

--------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to units with a rated thermal power from 0.3 MW including



2) does not apply to ovens fuelled with natural gas only.



3.5.3.-3.5.7.

(code 4.6.3.-4.6.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)



-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

----------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL SO2 NOx CO TOC

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.5.3. Melting in electric arc furnace

(code 4.6.3. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

20-400 1000-A

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.5.4. Melting in electric induction furnace

(code 4.6.4. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 - - - - A

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.5.5. The cupola

(code 4.6.5. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 400 400 1000 ^ 1) 50 ^ 2) and

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.5.6. melting in other kilns-liquid fuels

(code 4.6.6. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

30 1700 400 300-A

20 ^ 3)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.5.7. melting in other furnaces-gas-fired

(code 4.6.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 400 200-and

-------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) apply in the chimney for the rekuperátorem for horkovětrných cupolas.



2) is true for cold-blast cupolas.



3) applies from 1. January 2016.



Technical condition:



Emission control for studenovětrných cupolas what commonly available

resources for example. improvement of thermal efficiency of cupola, quality management

Coke on input, additional combustion, using a biofilter.



3.6. metallurgy of non-ferrous metals



3.6.1. treatment of non-ferrous metal ores

(code 4.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)



----------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

----------------------------------------------------------------

50 A

10 ^ 1)

----------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) when processing the ore to get the lead.



3.7. The manufacture or melting nonferrous metals, including casting alloys and

products, refining and re-melting of castings production



3.7.1. transport and handling charge or a product

(code 4.8.1. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Including other technological nodes, such as treatment devices,

production of moulds and cores, casting, foundry, finishing operations

etc.



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

---------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

20 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016 for the operation of a non-ferrous foundries

metals on melting capacity exceeding 4 tons per day.



Technical condition:



The control of emissions of VOCS resulting from the manufacture of moulds and cores for example.

minimizing the consumption of binders, coatings on the basis of alcohol per

water-based coatings, using such solvents for the production of cores

cold-box, not on the basis of aromatic hydrocarbons.



3.7.2. Furnace units for the production of non-ferrous metals

(code 4.8.2. According to annex 2 of the Act)



------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------------Terms of reference

NOx TZL TOC

------------------------------------------------------------------

10 ^ 1) 400 50 and

20 ^ 2)

50 ^ 3)

30 ^ 4)

------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) apply in the manufacture of lead



2) apply in the production of copper and zinc, including Imperial Smelting furnaces.



3) applies to other production.



4) applies to other production from 1. January 2016.



3.7.3. Electrolytic production of aluminium

(code 4.9. According to annex 2 of the Act)



-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL HF

-------------------------------------------------------------

30 2 A

20 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------

Emission limits [kg/tonne aluminium] detected

of the daily averages

---------------------------------------------

TZL HF

---------------------------------------------

5 0,5

-------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016.



3.7.4. Melting and casting of non-ferrous metals and their alloys

(code 4.10. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition:



When you do not use roztavování aluminium organic compounds

containing chlorine.



-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits of ^ 1) [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------Terms of reference

NOx TZL Zn

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

50 400 10 ^ 3) and

20 ^ 2)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) emission limits apply only to the melting and casting of the projected

capacity 200 kg alloy/day and higher.



2) valid from 1. January 2016.



3) applies to the melting and casting of zinc and its alloys.



2.4. surface treatment of metals and plastics, and other non-metallic objects



3.8.1. surface treatment of metals and plastics, and other non-metallic objects and

their processing with the projected volume of spas to 30 m3, including (except

Rinse), processes without the use of bath

(code 4.12. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Apply for plating and non-metallic objects, but not to the

application of coating materials. Applies to processes, pickling, electroplating

electroplating, phosphating, phosphating and polishing by using

electrolytic or chemical process and enamelling, blasting,

metallization and related operations.



--------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------Terms of reference

NOx TZL ^ 1 ^ 1) HCl)

--------------------------------------------------------------

50 ^ 2) ^ 3) 1500 10 ^ 4) C

--------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) the emission limits valid for spas with a volume from 30 m3 to m3 3 including,

except for the rinse.



2) does not apply to processes with the use of the spa and in an aqueous environment.



3) apply to the use of nitric acid in continuous working

device.



4) applies when using HCl for surface treatment.



Technical condition of operation applicable to the finish by blasting:



Space blasting is secured against emissions of solid pollutants,

for example. seals under pressure.



3.8.2. surface treatment of metals and plastics, and other non-metallic objects and

their processing with the projected volume of spas over 30 m3 (except

Rinse)

(code 4.12. According to annex 2 of the Act)



------------------------------------------------------------------


Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------------Terms of reference

So2, NOx, HCl, H2SO4, HF

------------------------------------------------------------------

Pickling

by using the HCl-10-B

------------------------------------------------------------------

Pickling

by using the

H2SO4-20-2-B

------------------------------------------------------------------

Pickling

by using the

acid

HNO3 + HF-650-5 (B)

------------------------------------------------------------------



3.8.3. Metal machining (grinding and processing Hall) and plastic, with a total

the projected electrical consumption is higher than 100 kW

(code 4.13. According to annex 2 of the Act)

------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

------------------------------------------------------------

50^1) C

------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) emission limit applies only for dry machining and

does not apply to machining.



3.8.4. Welding of metallic materials, with a total projected

the electric power consumption is equal to or above 1000 kVA

(code 4.14. According to annex 2 of the Act)



------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

------------------------------------------------------------

50^1) C

------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) does not apply to resistance welding.



3.8.5. Application of coatings from metal melted with the projected

the performance of less than 1 tonne per hour including coated steel

(code 4.15. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Specified emission limits apply for furnaces with direct process heating or

When you use the special protective atmosphere.



Technological process heating van

-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL NO2

-------------------------------------------------------------

50 400 and

-------------------------------------------------------------



3.8.6. Application of coatings from metal melted-procedural tub with

the only power of more than 1 ton of coated steel per hour

(code 4.16. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Specified emission limits apply for furnaces with direct process heating or

When you use the special protective atmosphere.



Technological process heating van

-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

----------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL NO2

-------------------------------------------------------------

50 400 and

20 ^ 1)

-------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016.



3.8.7. Hot-dip zinc plating

(code 4.17. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL zinc

-------------------------------------------------------------

10 ^ 1) 10 and

5 ^ 1)

-------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016



4. processing of MINERAL RAW MATERIALS

(code 5. According to annex 2 of the Act)



4.1. production of cement clinker, lime, modification of refractory claystones and

the processing of products of desulphurisation



4.1.1. Handling of the raw material and the product, including storage and dispatch

(code 5.1.1. According to annex 2 of the Act)



, Including shredding, sorting, and grinding of limestone; cooling, grinding and hydration

Quick lime.



-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

-------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

30 ^ 1)

-------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016. It does not apply for hydration

Quick lime.



4.1.2. The production of cement clinker in rotary kilns

(code 5.1.2. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] O2R

-------------------------------------------[%] Of the reference conditions

TZL SO2 NOx

---------------------------------------------------------------------

30 400 800 10 and

500 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2016.



4.1.3. other technological equipment for cement production

(code 5.1.3. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

---------------------------------------------------------------------

30 C

---------------------------------------------------------------------



4.1.4. production of lime in rotary kilns

(code 5.1.4. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL NOx

---------------------------------------------------------------------

30 1200 and

---------------------------------------------------------------------



4.1.5. Manufacture of lime in shaft furnaces

(code 5.1.5. According to annex 2 of the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] Emission limit

[%]

-------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

NOx TZL What

---------------------------------------------------------------------

50 1200 3 ^ 2), and

30 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) is valid from 1. January 2016.



2) applies only for the production of lime in the shaft off coke ovens.



4.1.6. Furnaces for processing of the products of desulphurisation

(code 5.1.6. According to annex 2 of the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits of ^ 1) [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL NOx SO2 CO

---------------------------------------------------------------------

50 200 100 100 and

---------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) applies to the furnace working separately, independently of the

custom operation desulfurization.



4.1.7. And coating of refractory kaolin claystones and in

rotary kilns

(code 5.1.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL NOx

---------------------------------------------------------------------

75 500 (B)

---------------------------------------------------------------------



4.2. manufacture of glass including glass fibre



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------------------------O2R [%] the reference conditions

SO2 NOx TZL what other

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4.2.1. Manufacture of glass fibres, glass products, smaltovacích and Frits and glass glazurovacích

for fashion jewellery processing on the projected capacity of melting more than 150 t/year



(code 5.3. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

500 ^ 3) 2000 ^ 5) 5 ^ 10) ^ 11) 8 ^ 15)

100 ^ 1) 1600 ^ 4) ^ 21) 1000 ^ 6) ^ 12) 13 2 ^ 6) ^ 4) and

50 ^ 2) ^ 21) 1200 ^ 7) ^ 8) 800 ^ 9) 50 ^ 13)

30 ^ 14)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4.2.2. Manufacture of glass fibres, glass products, smaltovacích and Frits and glass glazurovacích

for fashion jewellery processing on the projected capacity of the melting below 150 t/year including



(code 5.3. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

100 ^ 1) ^ 3 500)

50 ^ 2) ^ 4) 2000 1600 13 ^ 16) and

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4.2.3. Production of composite glass fiber with the use of organic binders



(code 5.4. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 ^ 17) 800 ^ 3)

75 ^ 18) 1600 ^ 4) 2000 50 ^ 19) (C)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4.2.4. the processing and coating of glass (melting of the semi-finished products or shards, výrobabižuterie, etc.)



(code 5.5. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

100 ^ 20) 500 800 ^ ^ 20) 20) and


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies when the mass flow of less than 2.5 kg/h



2) applies when a higher mass flow and level 2.5 kg/h



3) applies when the combustion of natural gas.



4) apply to other fuels.



5) valid for regenerative continuous melting furnaces.



6) applies to a discontinuous melting furnaces.



7) applies for regenerative continuous melting furnaces.



8) when not appropriate ripple nitrátovém the mass concentration of oxides

nitrogen exceed twice the listed values.



9) applies when the mass flow equal to or greater than 5 kg/h.



10) is valid for lead, antimony, manganese, vanadium, Tin, copper (in the mass

the flow of all these substances equal to or greater than 0, 05kg/h.)



11) applies to cobalt, nickel, chromium, arsenic, cadmium, selenium (when

the mass flow of these substances equal to or greater than 0 kg/h.)

until 31 December 2006. December 2015.



12) applies to cobalt, nickel, chromium, arsenic, cadmium, selenium (when

the mass flow of these substances equal to or greater than 0 kg/h.)

from the 1. January 2016.



13) apply to HF (when the mass flow equal to or greater than

0, 05kg/h.)



14) for HC1 (when the mass flow equal to or greater than

0, 05kg/h.)



15) apply to continuous melting furnaces.



16) conversion of the O2R is not performed on discontinuous aggregates at a time

When they do not occur to the spalovacímu process, and not always when

oxy-fuel melting and furnace with electric otopem.



Furthermore, the conversion of the O2R does not perform for those pollutants,

the concentration is reduced the separator, which is

mixing of the combustion gases are used for cooling with air.



17) in waste gases from dust extraction, transport, handling charge and

other devices that emit PARTICLES.



18) in the waste gases from the establishment, curing and drying of fibres with

organic binders.



19) for emissions of VOCs.



20) applies for the melting of preparations or shards, which is the source of

heat of combustion of fuels. Emission limit applies to solid pollutants

only if the fuel is combusted, other than natural gas.



21) applies to resources that have dates listed in overhaul

decisions taken under other legislation ^ 3), shall apply for the implementation of

the overhaul.



4.2.5. chemical polishing of glass

(code 5.6. According to annex 2 of the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

------------------------------------------Terms of reference

HF

---------------------------------------------------------------

5 C

---------------------------------------------------------------



4.3. melting of raw materials, including the production of mineral fibres



4.3.1. the processing of magnesite and production of basic refractory materials,

quartzites, etc.

(code 5.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL SO2 NOx

---------------------------------------------------------------

20 ^ 1 ^ 1) 400) 1000 ^ 3) and

10 ^ 2) ^ 4) 1500, ^ 5)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies for the burning and drying of the material.



2) applies to the other operation (manipulation of raw material handling

the product, etc.)



3) applies from 1. January 2016 at a temperature lower than 1300 ° c inclusive.



4) valid from 1. January 2016 at a temperature higher than 1300 ° c.



5) applies until 31 December 2006. by 31 December 2015 for the burning of the mass.



4.3.2. melting of raw materials in the cupolas

(code 5.8. According to annex 2 of the Act)



-------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL SO2, HF HCl

-------------------------------------------------------------------

20 2500 10 50 and

-------------------------------------------------------------------



4.3.3. mineral production of composite fibers using organic

binders

(code 5.9. According to annex 2 of the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL VOC

---------------------------------------------------------------

20 50 A

---------------------------------------------------------------



4.4. production of ceramic products



4.4.1. Manufacture of ceramic products by firing, in particular roofing

tiles, bricks, refractory bricks, tiles, stoneware or

porcelain on the projected performance more than 75 t/day

(code 5.10. According to annex 2 of the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL SO2 NOx VOC CO

---------------------------------------------------------------------

150 2500 500 800 50 B

75 ^ 1) 1500 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) is valid from 1. January 2020.



4.5. The production of building materials, mining and processing of stone, minerals and fuels

from surface to bottom



4.5.1. Quarries and stone processing, stainless stonemasonry,

the extraction, treatment and processing of stone-natural and artificial,

the projected performance in excess of 25 m3/day

(code 5.11. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical conditions of operation:



To reduce the emissions of solid pollutants in all places and in all

operations, where the emissions of solid pollutants into the air,

Depending on the nature of the process, such as:



and zakrytováním sorting and crushing) devices and all transport routes,



(b)) to control emissions equipment-dedusting, mist, foam,

sprinkling device



(c) measures for storage) dusty materials-sealed storage

spaces, outdoor placement of landfills alee, their

spraying and building panels,



(d) the measures for the transport of materials)-regular cleaning and spraying

communications and handling areas, limiting the speed of movement of vehicles in

the area, covering up the source holds shipping transport

resources.



The operator of stationary sources of pollution level checks pursuant to §

6 (1). 1 (b). and calculation) of the Act.



4.5.2. preparation of building materials and concrete, recycling line construction

of the projected performance in excess of 25 m3/day

(code 5.12. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical conditions of operation:



To reduce the emissions of solid pollutants in all places and in all

operations, where the emissions of solid pollutants into the air,

Depending on the nature of the process, such as:



and zakrytováním sorting and crushing) devices and all transport routes,



(b)) to control emissions equipment-dedusting, mist, foam,

sprinkling device



(c) measures for storage) dusty materials-sealed storage

spaces, outdoor placement of landfills alee, their

spraying and building panels,



(d) the measures for the transport of materials)-regular cleaning and spraying

communications and handling areas, limiting the speed of movement of vehicles in

the area, covering up the source holds shipping transport

resources.



4.5.3. Surface fuels, ores, non-metalliferous materials and their

processing, especially mining, drilling, blasting, dredging, sorting, crushing

and to the right of the design capacity greater than 25 m3/day

(code 5.13. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical conditions of operation: to reduce the emissions of solid pollutants on

all places and in all operations where the emission of dust

pollutants into the air, depending on the nature of the process,

for example:



and zakrytováním sorting and crushing) devices and all transport routes,



(b)) to control emissions equipment-dedusting, mist, foam,

sprinkling device



(c) measures for storage) dusty materials-sealed storage

spaces, outdoor placement of landfills alee, their

spraying and building panels,



(d) the measures for the transport of materials)-regular cleaning and spraying

communications and handling areas, limiting the speed of movement of vehicles in

the area, covering up the source holds shipping transport

resources.



4.6. Bitumen mixture mixing and resin, bituminous recycling

surfaces

(code 5.14. According to annex 2 of the Act)

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

----------------------------------------O2R [%] the reference conditions

NOx TZL What

---------------------------------------------------------------------

20 500 800 17 and

----------------------------------------------------------------------



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2014:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants, the annoying odor

take steps to reduce emissions of these substances, for example. zakrytování

all shipping routes and conveyors of hot mixture, dust extraction waste


gases from stacks of asphalt and the mixture from the mixer to the device to reduce

the emission of the odour compounds, transport vehicles body canvas.



5. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY



5.1. production and processing of organic substances and products with their content



5.1.1. production of 1.2-dichloroethane and vinyl chloride

(code 6.1. According to annex 2 of the Act)



----------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

---------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

1.2-vinyl chloride

dichloroethane

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Production of 1.2-dichloroethane

5 C

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Production of vinyl chloride

5 5 C

----------------------------------------------------------------------



5.1.2. Production and processing of polymers based on polyacrylonitrile

(code 6.3. According to annex 2 of the Act)



-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit for acrylonitrile [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

a device for reducing emissions from dryers

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

0,2^1),^2) C

5 ^ 2) ^ 3)

10 ^ 4) ^ 4) 20

10 ^ 5) ^ 6) ^ 8) 25

35 ^ 7) ^ 5)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) of abatement equipment.



2) applies for the production of fibres.



3) applies to the output of any other abatement equipment.



4) applies to the production and processing of polymers, ACN.



5) applies to the spinning of fibers.



6) applies when the wet process of electrospinning.



7) applies when a dry process of electrospinning.



8) shall apply to the production of ABS polymers (materials).



Technical condition:



Evacuation of all gas containing acrylonitrile in spinning yarn, gas

of reactors, the collection containers at the suspension and propíracích filters, which

acrylonitrile and butadiene to contain equipment to control emissions



5.1.3. The production of polyvinyl chloride

(code 6.4. According to annex 2 of the Act)



--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------Emission limit [g/t] Reference conditions

Vinyl chloride

--------------------------------------------------------------------------

5 10^1) C

100 ^ 2)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) apply to vinyl chloride in the finished product per unit of PVC.



2) applies to the residual content of vinyl chloride in the place of the transition from the closed

system or for drying in the open system in the monthly

the diameter, in the suspension of the polymer on the PVC unit.



5.1.4. The manufacture and processing of other synthetic polymers and production

composites, with the exception of composites listed elsewhere

(code 6.5. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits of ^ 1) [mg/m3] Reference

---------------------------------------- podmínky

TOC NH3

---------------------------------------------------------------

85 ^ 2) ^ 4) 50 C

50 ^ 3)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) is valid from 1. January 2016. Does not apply to processing of liquid epoxy

resins directly at the place of their final use (e.g. during construction

buildings).



2) apply to the processing of liquid epoxy resins with amines



3) applies for installations for the production of polyurethane parts, building with

the use of polyurethane, polyurethane nadouvaný hydrocarbons

(e.g. pentane)



4) valid for installations for the manufacture of articles by heat treatment with the use of

aminoplastů or fenoplastů such as. furan,

močovinoformaldehydových, phenolic or xylenových resins



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2016:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants, the annoying odor

take steps to reduce emissions of these substances, for example. by diverting the emission

organic substances per unit of thermal combustion.



5.1.5. Production and processing of viscose

(code 6.6. According to annex 2 of the Act)



-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

H2S CS2 H2S and CS2 total

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

10 100 200 ^ 2) (C)

50 ^ 1 ^ 1) 400)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to the manufacture of silk EPEE.



2) apply to the production of staple and textile silk.



Technical conditions of operation:



and the unit of measure for emissions of carbon disulphide production) in the production of staple and textile silk

is 200 000 g/t.



(b) the Outlet of the flue gas from) the production of viscose, preparation zvlákňovacích

bath and depending on technical possibilities and from other operations to

control of emissions, closure of the continuous way zvlákňovacích machines

electrospinning, exhaust gases and dissipation of generated to the device

to reduce emissions, for example. the catalytic combustion units.



5.1.6. manufacture of rubber auxiliaries

(code 6.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

------------------------------------O2R [%] the reference conditions

TZL NOx

-------------------------------------------------------------------

20 700 ^ 1) ^ 2) ^ 2), 11 (B)

-------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies if the exhaust gases are incinerated in another way than on the

fléře.



2) does not apply to equipment, the production of soot.



Technical condition:



The production of carbon black must be equipped with a continuous running equipment

afterburning of the flue gas.



5.1.7. the manufacture and processing of expanded polystyrene

(code 4.3. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition:



In the manufacture of foamed polystyrene to use at least 50% of the share

material containing not more than 5% pentane.



5.1.8. the Production of acetylene by wet

(code 6.10. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-----------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

----------------------------------------Terms of reference

VOC

-----------------------------------------------------------

200 (B)

-----------------------------------------------------------



5.2. production of inorganic substances



5.2.1. the chlorine Production

(code 6.11. According to annex 2 of the Act) The discharge gas from electrolysis and

Catalytic oxidation

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit Emission limit of ^ 1) [g/t]

[mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------Terms of reference

CL mercury

---------------------------------------------------------------

3 1 A

0.01 ^ 2)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) referred to the annual projected capacity for chlorine production.



2) apply to resources, on which a final building permit has been issued

or other similar decision after 14. August 2002.



5.2.2. hydrochloric acid production

(code 6.12. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit Emission limit of ^ 1) [g/t]

[mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------Terms of reference

HCL

---------------------------------------------------------------

25 50 A

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) determined from the monthly average production, calculated on 36%

hydrochloric acid.



5.2.3. The production of sulphur (Clausův process)

(code 6.13. According to annex 2 of the Act)

--------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit Emission limit

[mg/m3] [%] The reference

--------------------------------------------------------- podmínky

H2S sulphur compounds expressed

as elemental sulphur

--------------------------------------------------------------------

10 4^1) A

2 ^ 2)

1.5 ^ 3)

0.5 ^ 4)

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies for installations with projected output of up to 20 t/day of sulfur including.



2) applies for installations with projected power greater than 20 to 50 t/day

t/day of sulfur including.



3) applies for installations with projected output of more than 50 t/day of sulfur.



4) applies for installations with projected output of more than 50 t/day of sulfur

allowed after 1 January 2007.



Technical condition:



Waste gases containing hydrogen sulfide must be incinerated.



5.2.4. production of liquid sulphur dioxide

(code 6.14. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition:



Waste gas from the production of liquid sulphur dioxide is introduced to

handle to the device for the production of sulphuric acid, or other

the processing or the unifiner desulphurisation equipment.



5.2.5. The production of sulphuric acid

(code 6.15. According to annex 2 of the Act)


---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit of ^ 1) [kg/t] Reference

------------------------------------------------- podmínky

SO2

---------------------------------------------------------------

2,2 C

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) determined from the monthly average production, expressed in 100%

sulphuric acid.



5.2.6. manufacture of ammonia

(code 6.16. According to annex 2 of the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit of ^ 1) [kg/t] Reference

------------------------------------------------- podmínky

NH3

---------------------------------------------------------------

0,2 C

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes: 1) determined from the monthly average production of ammonia.



5.2.7. manufacture of nitric acid and its salts

(code 6.17. According to annex 2 of the Act)

--------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] Emission limit of ^ 1)

[kg/t]

-------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

Ammonia, NO2 NO2

--------------------------------------------------------------------

or ^ 2) ^ 3) 300 and 1.6 ^ 4)

(C) ^ 4)

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) converted to nitric acid 65%.



2) does not apply to units on the concentration of nitric acid modification,



3) in the case of the use of selective reduction of nitrogen oxides with ammonia,



4) Reference conditions and applies to NO2, the reference conditions (C) applies to

ammonia.



5.2.8. Manufacture of fertilisers

(code 6.18. According to annex 2 of the Act)



--------------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] Reference

----------------------------------------------------- podmínky

SO2 NOx TZL ammonia HCl HF

--------------------------------------------------------------------

50 2 500 500 50 50 ^ 2) ^ 3) ^ 4) 10 (B)

20 ^ 1)

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to the phosphate rock crushing from the 1. January 2016.



2) applies when using sulphuric acid.



3) applies for the production of NPK fertilisers (compound fertilizer

containing nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium).



4) applies for the production of fertilizer from phosphate rock.



5.2.9. The sulphate process in the production of titanium dioxide

(code 6.21. According to annex 2 of the Act)

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] Emission limit [kg/t] Reference

---------------------------------------------- podmínky

TZL SO2) SO2 ^ 1 ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------

50 ^ 2) ^ 4) 6 500 (B)

150 ^ 3)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) shall apply to sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide effused at the stage of decomposition and

calcination, including acid droplets calculated as SO2 equivalent.



2) apply to the main drain.



3) applies to a side drain.



4) valid for the plants for the concentration of waste acid.



Technical condition of operating from 1. January 2014:



The process must be equipped with a device to prevent the emission of acid droplets

sulfuric.



5.2.10.-process in the production of titanium dioxide

(code 6.22. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] Reference

----------------------------------------------- podmínky

TZL chlorine

---------------------------------------------------------------

50^1) 5 B

150 ^ 2)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies to the main drain.



2) applies to a side drain.



5.2.11. Manufacture of other pigments

(code 6.23. According to annex 2 of the Act)

-------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limit [mg/m3]

------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

---------------------------------------------------------------

50

100 ^ 1) (C)

-------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies for the production of litoponu, a permanent white (blanc fix) and production

Iron pigments.



Technical condition:



On calcination, where the flow of the introduced into other technologies, the separators

be in operation only for the calcination of synergy this separation

device.



5.3. Petroleum Refinery, production, processing and storage of petrochemical

products and other volatile liquid organic substances



5.3.1. Petroleum Refinery, production and processing of petrochemical products

(code 6.24. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Applies to the processing of crude oil and its petroleum fractions such as heavy and

light petrol, gas, gas oil, kerosene, fuel oil, etc. and for the production of

Alkenes and dienů, aromatic compounds, and syngas.



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2016:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants, the annoying odor

use of measures to reduce the emission of pollutants, for example.

by diverting the emission of organic substances per unit of thermal incineration

(the temperature of the burning of at least 720 ° c) etc.



5.3.2. storage of petrochemicals and other volatile liquid

organic substances with a capacity of over 1000 m3 or a storage tank with an annual

the volume of the other above 10000 m3 and handling (not intended for car

petrol)

(code 6.25. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical conditions of operation:



and) layout and equipment storage tanks with a capacity equal to or

more than 1000 m3 or receptacles with annual revenues equal

or more than 10 000 m3 for storage of raw materials, intermediate products and

products that have a vapour pressure greater than 1.32 kPa at a temperature of 293.15 K:



1. Storage tanks with external floating roofs must be equipped with

effective primary and secondary seals the edges of the roof.



2. the fixed-roof tanks



2.1 must be equipped with an internal floating roof seals, which

shall ensure that the emission reductions of at least 90% in comparison with the emissions from the tank with

solid roof without any measures, or



2.2. it must be ensured the capture, back the return and disposal of par

given liquids with the efficiency of at least 99%; to achieve this efficiency

may not be used except in the case where the combustion is liquefaction

par dangerous or technically unfeasible; incineration may be used

as a second level of cleaning.



3. The tank must be applied to the appropriate insulation. In the event that the surface

isolation tanks insufficiently reflects radiant heat, or isolation was not

carried out, as well as reflective painting light shade to reduce the

volume changes of liquids in tanks as a result of fluctuations in outside temperature.

For storage tank sources with a capacity of less than 1 000 m3 or for

resources with an annual turnover of less than 10 000 m3 applies such measures in

a reasonable range.



(b) the conditions of use when you transfer) of substances that have a vapour pressure of more

than 1.32 kPa at a temperature of 293.15 K, especially when their filling

Mobile containers or in the performance of mobile from the storage reservoirs

tanks:



1. It must be ensured the capture, back the return and disposal of par

These substances with effect at least 99%.



2. the pump must be used without leakage of přečerpávaných substances

for example, with the mechanical seal.



3. Handling equipment for filling trays must be mobile Hill

ensured the end of the filler neck has been maintained during the execution of the

DNA mobile stack.



6. FOOD, DŘOVEZPRACUJÍCÍ and OTHER INDUSTRIES



6.1 the slaughterhouse with the capacity of the slaughter of more than 50 tonnes per day

(code 7.1. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2013:



In order to reduce the emission of pollutants the annoying odor

use of measures to reduce the emission of pollutants, such as:

operate equipment to modify the by-products and waste, the slaughter

line, unloading and herd the indoors, when emptying

tanks with blood use gas scavenging, ensure regular cleaning

containers of blood, collected and dissipate into the flue-gas cleaning

waste gas from the storage of offal and byproducts in

closed trays, waste gas from manufacturing and from devices

to the treatment and storage of waste products and by-products of slaughter.



6.2 treatment and processing Equipment for the production of food from

vegetable raw materials on the projected capacity of 75 t of finished products per day

and higher

(code 7.2. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical conditions of operation:



and if) occurs by emission of solid pollutants such as When

Edit on the drying of seeds, silos for scrap pelletising and transhipments

scrap, waste gas and pay to use the facilities at the reduction of PARTICLES with

efficiency of at least 80%.



(b)) for the production of oils and fats take steps to reduce emissions

pollutants annoying odor.



(c)) for the device on the projected capacity of 100 t of finished products per day and


the higher the following conditions 1. January 1, 2013.



(d)) for the device on the projected capacity of 75 t of finished products per day

including the 100 t the following conditions 1. January 2014.



6.3 treatment and processing Equipment for the production of food from

animal raw materials (other than milk) on the projected capacity of 50 t

finished products per day and higher

(code 7.3. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition:



In order to reduce the emission of pollutants the annoying odor

take steps to reduce emissions of these substances, for example. raw

products and intermediate products store in sealed bins and areas

(or spaces), to collect and remit the discharge gas from

technological equipment to the cleaning of the flue gas.



For installations with a projected capacity of 75 t of finished products per day and

the higher the following conditions 1. January 1, 2013.



For installations with a projected capacity of 50 t of finished products per day

including to 75 t the following conditions 1. January 2014.



6.4 coffee roasters of the projected performance of more than 1 t/day

(code 7.5. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2013:



Reduce emissions of solid pollutants, and with regard to technical

options and the nature of the process to perform such as: unloading of the material in the

indoors buildings, waste gases in the point of origin to the

equipment to reduce emissions (including cooling device for pražících

air, vacuum equipment, sil), etc.



6.5 the smoker with a projected output of processing more than 1000 kg

products per day

(code 4.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2013:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants solicitations

the smell and the emission of exhaust gas PARTICLES collect in the place of production and the

equipment to reduce emissions, to ensure the technical and organizational measures to

reduction of emissions, for example. production waste store in sealed cartridges,

Alternatively, cool spaces, etc.



6.6. The industrial processing of wood on the projected annual consumption

more than 150 m3 of material including

(code 7.7. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Does not apply to plants in the so-called sawmill handling or shipping

warehouses (reduction).



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL

---------------------------------------------------------------

50 C

30 ^ 1)

10 ^ 2)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) is valid from 1. January 2018



2) apply to grinding.



4.2. production of particle board, fibre board and OSB boards, chip drying

and the grain in the wood processing industry of the projected annual capacity

more than 150 m3 including

(code 7.7 and 7.8. According to annex 2 of the Act)



---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3] Reference

-------------------------------------------------- podmínky

TZL TOC ^ 3) ^ 4) Formaldehyde

---------------------------------------------------------------

50 300 15 C

30 ^ 1 ^ 1) 250) B ^ 1) ^ 3)

10 ^ 2)

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) is valid from 1. January 2018.



2) apply to grinding.



3) applies to drying and grain pattern.



4) valid from 1. January 2018 for stamping, chipboard and fibre board

and the OSB, which is used by resin based on formaldehyde.



Technical condition:



The temperature for drying chips and sawdust must be limited so as to avoid

to their doutnání.



4.2. production of pulp from wood and paper from Virgin wood pulp

(code 4.9. According to annex 2 of the Act)



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Emission limits emissions limits [g/t]

[mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------------------O2R [%] the reference conditions

TZL sulfur and its compounds ^ 1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 ^ 2) ^ 3 2000) 5 ^ 2), and

or ^ 4)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1), expressed as sulphur on the weight unit made absolutely, dry

vařákové pulp.



2) valid from 1. January 2016 for recovery boilers and lime kilns.



3) applies when the sulfitovém method of manufacture, including emissions from the combustion of

sulphite extracts.



4) applies at Kraft manufacturing method when the Central removal

odorous substances.



Technical condition:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants the annoying odor

use of measures to reduce the emission of pollutants, for example.

performing local or central exhaust waste gases from Varna,

from the vyvařovací column to the evaporators, devices to reduce emissions.



6.9. the production of paper and Board, which does not fall under point 4.2.

(code 7.10. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Applies to the production of paper and cardboard, the related technologies that directly

follow-up to pulp production or production of cardboard from paper.

---------------------------------------------------------------

Emission limits [mg/m3]

-------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TOC ^ 1)

---------------------------------------------------------------

40 B

---------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) applies when the impregnation with the use of volatile organic compounds and

the production of specialty paper with the use of volatile organic compounds in the

the production process.



6.10. the Pretreatment (operations such as washing, bleaching, mercerization) or dyeing

of fibres or textiles

(code 7.11. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. 1.2014:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants the annoying odor

use of measures to reduce the emission of pollutants, such as

exhaust waste gas into the equipment to reduce emissions.



6.11. Tanning of hides and skins

(code 7.12. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. 1.2013: in order to prevent

the emission of pollutants, the annoying smell to ensure for example.

regular maintenance and cleaning of the production facilities and storage areas,

raw hides and waste stored in closed spaces, or

cool spaces, controlled exhaust emissions of these substances into the facility to

reduction of emissions (e.g., wet scrubber, biofilter). Technical condition

the operation does not apply to plants with a capacity of less than 12 t

finished products per year.



6.12. Installations for the production of carbon (hard-burnt coal) or

elekrografitu firing or grafitací and processing of carbon

materials

(code 7.14. According to annex 2 of the Act)

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Emission limits [mg/m3]

--------------------------------------------------Terms of reference

TZL TOC PAH ^ 4)

---------------------------------------------------------------------

50 100 ^ 1) 0.2 (C)

200 ^ 2)

50 ^ 3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes:



1) is valid from the sand and mixing devices, in which it is processed

' pitch, tar, or other liquid binders at elevated temperature,



2) of the circular furnaces for graphite electrodes, carbon electrodes and

carbon bricks



3) from each Chamber furnaces, United Chamber and

tunnel ovens of impregnation equipment, in which they are used

impregnating agents based on the tar.



4) Benzo (b) fluoranthene, benzo (a) pyrene, indeno (1, 2, 3-c, d) pyrene,

benzo (k) fluoranthene.



Technical condition:



VOC emission from thermal processes in the manufacture of carbon materials

the equipment to reduce emissions.



6.13. The crematorium

(code 7.15. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Also applies to the veterinary incinerators burning bodies in the case of an exclusive

animals and animal residues.



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Emission limits [mg/m3]

-----------------------------------------------O2R [%] the reference conditions

TZL NOx VOC CO

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 350 100 15 17 and

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Technical condition:



Maintaining such a temperature in the combustion chamber after the last injection

the air, which provides thermal and oxidative destruction of all

outgoing pollutants (minimum 850 ° c) with a residence time of

flue gas at least 2 s.



6.14. veterinary sanitation

(code 7.16. According to annex 2 of the Act)



Also applies to the collection and the processing of animal carcasses and the production of animal feed, or

technical fats from the by-products of slaughter, such as bones,

fur, feathers, antlers, claws, blood, etc.



Technical condition the operation of valid from 1. January 2013:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants the annoying odor


ensure for example. waste gas extraction to the device to control emissions,

storage in sealed bunkers and transport trays in

enclosed spaces.



6.15. The regeneration and activation of catalysts for catalytic cleavage in

fluidized layer

(code 7.17. According to annex 2 of the Act)



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Emission limits [mg/m3]



----------------------------------------O2R [%] the reference conditions

TZL SO2 NOx

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

50 1700 700 17 and

----------------------------------------------------------------------------



7. the BREEDING of FARM ANIMALS



7.1. the livestock Farms with a total annual emissions of ammonia over 5 t

including

(code 8 of annex 2 of the Act)



Technical condition:



In order to prevent the emission of pollutants the annoying odor

to ensure technical and organizational measures to reduce such emissions, for example.

using technology-reducing, the list of which is given in the

Ministry of the environment.



Annex 9



GENERAL EMISSION LIMITS



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The name of the pollutant Mass tokHmotnostní

[g/h] concentration [mg/m3]

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

solid pollutants = < 2500 200 > 2500 150

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

oxides of sulphur expressed as sulphur dioxide > 20000 2500

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

oxides of nitrogen expressed as nitrogen dioxide > 10000 500

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

carbon monoxide > 5000 500

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

organic substances, expressed as total organic carbon > 3000 150

(TOC)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ammonia and ammonium salts, expressed as ammonia > 500 50

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hydrogen sulfide > 100 10

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Carbon disulfide > 100 20

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

chlorine and its gaseous inorganic compounds expressed > 500 50

as HCl

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

fluorine and its gaseous inorganic compounds expressed > 100 10

as HF

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Annex 10



THE ELEMENTS OF OPERATIONAL RECORDS



1.1. identification of the operator and the establishment



Permanent data



Data on the operator



The operator's identification number (IČ), if allocated, the business

the company, the registered office and the representative of or name, surname and address of the place of

of permanent residence.



Details of the establishment



Identification number of the establishment (IČP), if allocated, the name, the number of

stationary sources in the establishment, the address of the establishment, the code of territorial

the technical unit, the responsible person.



1.2. information on stationary source



Permanent data



Serial (or reporting) number for each stationary source in

the establishment, the name of a stationary source according to regulations or

operation permit or technical documentation, a stationary type

sources, inclusion of stationary sources under the Act, the manufacturer, the date of

putting into service, the shift rate, daily, weekly and yearly rhythm,

nominal heat output and input, the design capacity of a garbage incinerator

or production, the efficiency of the internal combustion stationary sources according to the manufacturer,

the type of furnace, the installed electrical capacity, type of product, unit of measure

a unit of quantity of the product, the serial. registration number technologies

to reduce emissions and the emission duct to chimneys, or which is a stationary source

what it didn't.



Variable data



Operating time (year, month, day), capacity utilisation in%, the amount of

the electric energy produced and the amount of heat produced, including share

the amount of heat delivered to the public network of district heating in the form of

steam or hot water, the quantity of product.



1.3. Details of fuels, raw materials or waste



Variable data



The type and fuel, raw materials, heat treat (^ *)

month year), the calorific value of the fuel mass flows of each species

hazardous wastes, their calorific value and the content of pollutants in the

hazardous waste (especially polychlorinated biphenyls,

pentachlorophenol, chlorides, fluorides, sulphur and heavy metals), evidence of

the results of the analyses carried out under § 17 para. 2.



_______________



*) does not apply to internal combustion stationary sources with total nominal

thermal input of 5 MW or below, only natural gas fired



1.4. Details about the technologies to reduce emissions



Permanent data



Registration number and the type and number of technologies to reduce emissions, the manufacturer,

commissioning date, odlučované pollutants, guaranteed

the effectiveness of technology to reduce emissions or efficiency of the corresponding

the guaranteed output concentration.



Variable data



Operating time (if it is different from the operating hours of the stationary

resources), efficiency (if monitored), solid waste flow

gas operating parameter specified in a production order demonstrating the performance of

the emission limit.



1.5. information on chimney tops and výduších



Permanent data



The sequence, where appropriate, the registration number of the chimney or other exhaust,

chimney height from the foot of the chimney, the height of the exhaust mouth of the chimney or cant

Another exhaust above the surrounding terrain, cross section in the Crown of the chimney, the geographical

the coordinates of the foot of the chimney or the exhaust, and heat-insulating material

the properties of the chimney, the discharge of pollutants.



Variable data



The average temperature and speed of the gas flowing through the chimney or výduchem of

technology to reduce emissions at the point of emission, in the case of

greenhouse cooling tower water vapour content in the flue gas in%,

time mode emission from the chimney, exhaust or discharge and operational

hours of the chimney (exhaust or discharge, if they are different from the operational

hours for stationary sources).



1.6. the emission data



Permanent data



List of pollutants, which has a stationary source of obligation

to determine which substances covered by single and on which

continuous measurement of emissions.



Variable data



The measured concentration of a pollutant under reference conditions,

the mass flow of pollutants, calculated or derived unit

production emissions emissions factor used for the calculation of the quantity of emissions, date

one-time emission measurements, date verifying the accuracy of data

continuous measurement, calibration date of the continuous measurement system,

the annual mass balance of volatile organic substances in stationary

resources, in which experiencing the use of organic solvents, with

the exception to application of powder plastics activities referred to in section II, point

4.4. of annex # 5.



The individual data records can lead to operating independently within the

operational documentation, such as invoices. operating data sheets, operating the journals

records in the control system, etc. As part of the operational records are

considered the logs from the one-time emission measurements, the logs from the

evaluation and verification of continuous measurement of emissions and records of calibration

measuring instruments.



Annex 11



REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY OPERATING EVIDENCE



General instructions for filling out forms summary operating records:



1. The internal combustion stationary sources, listed in annex 2 to the law under the

code 1.1. with a total rated thermal input of up to 5 MW, including

burning liquid or gaseous fuels, which are covered by the exemption from

the charge under section 15, para. 3 of the Act, the information referred to in point 1.1.

and in paragraph 1.2. in item 17. and 19. manner specified by data standard

under another law ^ 4). The other information referred to in points 1.2.,

1.4 and 1.5. not reported.



2. Stationary sources, listed in annex 2 to the law under the code 10.2.,

covered by the exemption under section 15, para. 3 of the Act,

show the data referred to in point 1.1. and in paragraph 1.3. under 13 way

the specified data standard under another law ^ 4). Other

the data referred to in items 1.3., 1.4. and 1.5. not reported.



1.1. identification of the operator and the establishment



------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. data on the operator

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Identification number (IČ) ^ 1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------

The name of the operator (business name or

name and first name:

------------------------------------------------------------------------


Address (Street, house number/indicative):

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Address (town, City-City):

------------------------------------------------------------------------

ZIP/POSTAL CODE:

------------------------------------------------------------------------

2. information on the establishment

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Identification number of the establishment (IČP) ^ 2):

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Planning unit:

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Name of establishment:

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Address (Street, house number/indicative):

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Address (town, City-City):

------------------------------------------------------------------------

ZIP/POSTAL CODE:

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Summary of operating records for the year:

------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanatory notes to table:



1) identification number (IČ), if it has been allocated. Individuals without ID

the date of birth.



2) identification number of the establishment (IČP)-the designation of the establishment in which the

It is performed by one or more stationary sources. IČP is allocated

through an integrated system of performance reporting obligations in

the area of the environment.



3) Regional technical unit means a unit which is defined by

as the cadastral area or part of it. The names and codes ÚTJ are part of the

METIS, maintained by the CZECH STATISTICAL OFFICE, which is the guarantor of territorial management of the dial

technical units.



1.2. the synthesis of the operational records of internal combustion stationary sources and

waste incineration plants

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1 the serial number of stationary source

------------------------------------------------------------------------

2 the inclusion of stationary sources in accordance with the law

------------------------------------------------------------------------

3 the date of issue of the authorisation of operation

------------------------------------------------------------------------

4 the name of stationary source

------------------------------------------------------------------------

5 efficiency [%]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

6 nominal heating capacity [MW]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

7 the installed electric capacity [MW]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

8 nominal heating power consumption [MW]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

9 Total rated thermal power consumption [MW]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

10 design capacity waste incinerators [t/y]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

11 kind of Firebox

------------------------------------------------------------------------

12 operating hours [h/year]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

13 total operating hours (h/year]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

14 capacity utilisation [%]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

15 Total heat production [GJ/year]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

16 the total quantity supplied heat [%]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

17 type of fuel or waste

------------------------------------------------------------------------

18 fuel calorific value [kJ/kg, kJ/m3]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

19 fuel consumption or waste [t/year, thousand m3/year]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 the emission of pollutants

[t/rok] ------------------------------------



------------------------------------



------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanations and instructions for filling in the data by row number:



In the case of the internal combustion stationary sources identified the same code

in accordance with Annex 2 to the law about the rated thermal input of up to 1 MW

including, firing gaseous fuels, will be listed below

collectively, the.



1 the serial number of a stationary source within the establishment, the allocated

ISPOP.



2 the inclusion of a stationary source category as defined in annex 2 of the Act

(according to the dial published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT).



3 enter the release date or other similar operation authorization permit

issued under the earlier legislation for a stationary source.



4 enter the name of a stationary source according to regulations or permits

service or technical documentation.



5 the thermal efficiency of a stationary source.



6 the nominal heat output of the internal combustion stationary sources

According to the technical documentation of the internal combustion stationary source.



7 Fill the installed electrical output according to technical

stationary sources of pollution of the documentation.



8 the rated thermal input of the combustion for stationary sources

According to the technical documentation of the internal combustion stationary source.



9 the total rated thermal input pursuant to § 4 paragraph 7 and 8

the law.



10 Fill the projected capacity of waste incineration plants according to technical

documentation.



11 to be completed (e.g. the type of fireplace grate, fluid, gas burner,

etc.) According to the spin box referred to in the journal of the Ministry of the

environment.



12 the number of operating hours for which the internal combustion stationary source was in

the reported calendar year in operation.



13 Total number of operating hours that were internal combustion stationary

resources, which are the nominal heat input according to the section 4, paragraph 4. 7 and 8

the Bill added up, in the reporting year. If at the same time in

operation of more internal combustion stationary sources, which are rated

heat input according to the section 4, paragraph 4. 7 and 8 of the Act added up, every hour

their joint operation is counted only once. This information is

to be completed only for internal combustion stationary sources with total nominal

thermal input of 50 MW or more and for back-up energy sources.



14 number of hours of a stationary source for the year after the conversion to

the degree of utilization of installed capacity.



15 the total amount of heat produced.



16 total amount of heat delivered to the public network of district heating

in the form of steam or hot water, expressed as a percentage (%) of total

the amount of heat produced (a percentage of the data on the line

# 13). This information is to be completed only for internal combustion stationary

sources with a total rated thermal input of 20 MW and above.



17 enter the type (types) of fuel burned (according to the dial published

in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT), waste incineration plants, or for internal combustion stationary

sources of heat-processing waste together with fuel shall be indicated

also as a separate item (without qualification).



18 enter the value of the annual average calorific value according to the data

supplier of fuel.



19 the total fuel used in stationary combustion

a source in the reporting year; in the case that is heat treated

waste, to be supplied to the data item corresponding to the total quantity of waste

heat-processed waste.



20 the total quantity of pollutant emissions (according to the dial pad

published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT), emitted into the atmosphere from stationary

resources for reporting the calendar year for which the operator has

stationary sources in accordance with § 6 para. 1 of law subject to the obligation to

check for emissions.



1.3. Summary the operational records of other stationary sources

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1 the serial number of stationary source

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

2 the inclusion of stationary sources in accordance with the law

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

3 designation of the sector

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

4 the name of stationary source

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

5 operating hours [h/year]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

6 the type of fuel or waste burning

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

7 fuel calorific value [kJ/kg, kJ/m3]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

8 the consumption of fuel burnt and waste

[t/year, thousand m3/year]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

9 consumption of VOC according to § 21 (b). and)

(t/rok] --------------------------------------------------

10 according to § 21 (b). (b))

--------------------------------------------------

11 according to § 21 (b). (c))

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

12 type of product

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

13 the quantity of product [t/y]


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

14 Issue

polluting--------------------------------------------------

substances [t/y]

--------------------------------------------------



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanations and instructions for filling in the data by row number:



In the case of other stationary sources for which this option is listed

in the published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT, will be listed below

collectively, the.



1 the serial number of the other stationary sources within the establishment,

allocated to the ISPOP.



2 the inclusion of a stationary source category as defined in annex 2 of the Act

(according to the dial published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT).



3 designation of the sector in accordance with the nomenclature for reporting (according to the

the dial published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT).



4 the name of another stationary sources from production order or authorization to

service or technical documentation (according to the dial published in

Journal Of The MINISTRY Of The ENVIRONMENT).



5 the number of operating hours that was stationary source in the reporting

calendar year in operation.



6 enter the type (types) of fuel burned (according to the dial published

in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT); in the case that is heat treated waste or

waste, to be supplied as a separate item (without qualification).



7 enter the value of the annual average calorific value according to the data

supplier of fuel.



8 the total fuel used in stationary source in

the reported calendar year; in the case that is heat treated

waste or waste, to be supplied to the data with the corresponding item of waste

the total amount of waste burned.



9-11 Consumption of volatile organic compounds according to the categories used

volatile organic substances pursuant to article 21 (b). a), b) and (c)) of this order.



12 product type for selected technologies (according to the dial published in

Journal Of The MINISTRY Of The ENVIRONMENT).



13 the quantity of product in the units posted in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT.



14 the total amount of pollutant emissions (according to the dial pad

published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT), emitted into the atmosphere for the stationary

source and reporting calendar year for which the operator has

stationary sources in accordance with § 6 para. 1 of law subject to the obligation to

check for emissions.



1.4. information on chimney tops and výduších

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1 the serial number of the exhaust/flue

--------------------------------------------------------------------

2 the serial number of each individual

stationary source zaústěného to

chimney/exhaust

--------------------------------------------------------------------

3/the exhaust chimney height [m]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

4 cross section in the Crown of the chimney, the cross-section of the exhaust [m2]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

5 Geographical N

the coordinates of the heel-------------------------------------------

6 chimney/exhaust (E)

--------------------------------------------------------------------

7 the average speed of the gas in the [m/s]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

8 the average gas temperature [° c]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

9 time mode emissions

--------------------------------------------------------------------

10 hours of the chimney/exhaust [h/year]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

11 kind of technology to reduce emissions

--------------------------------------------------------------------

12 Efficiency technologies to reduce emissions

--------------------------------------------------------------------

13 Emissions

polluting-------------------------------------------

substances [t/y]

-------------------------------------------



--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanations and instructions for filling in the data by row number:



1 the serial number of the chimney/exhaust within the establishment, allocated to the ISPOP.



2 the serial number of a stationary sources specified in no. 1 point

1.2. and 1.3.



3 building chimney height or elevation of the chimney above the exhaust/surrounding

the terrain.



4 mouth of the chimney cross-section area (inner area in the Crown of the chimney), area

cross-section of the exhaust.



5.6 latitude and longitude location of the chimney/exhaust, referred to in

the WGS 84 coordinate system (World Geodetic System) commonly used

GPS.



7 Identified or professionally estimated the average speed of the air in the mouth

chimney/exhaust.



8 Identified or professionally estimated the average temperature of the air mass in the mouth

chimney/exhaust.



9 time mode to characterize the daily, weekly and annual periods in which

discharges of a substantial amount of pollutants from the chimney/exhaust

According to published in the Bulletin of the MINISTRY of schema (1 = pollutants are

in a given period of time are discharged; 0 = is omitted and implied a small amount

pollutants or are not at all in a given period of time

discharged).



10 operating time of the chimney/exhaust (the period during which there was a discharge of

pollutants from one of zaústěných stationary sources to

chimney/exhaust).



11 indicate the type of each technology to reduce emissions of each

polluting substances (according to the dial published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT); in

the case of solid pollutants to enter the mode of last instance

separation device in which occurs to reduce the amount of solid

pollutants.



12 the average annual efficiency of each technology to reduce

emissions expressed in% of the reduction in the concentration of pollutants entering

in technology to reduce emissions. If it is not monitored, operational efficiency

shall be guaranteed the effectiveness or efficiency of the corresponding

the guaranteed output concentration.



13 total amount of pollutant emissions (according to the dial pad

published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT) launched into the air for reporting

the calendar year that the chimney/výduchem, for which the operator has

stationary sources subject to the obligation to detect emissions in accordance with § 6

paragraph. 1 of the law. In the event that discharges/escape of any

emissions from stationary sources only one chimney/výduchem, this figure

must not be used.



1.5. emission data

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1 the serial number of a stationary sources/resources

--------------------------------------------------------------------

2 the emission measurements

--------------------------------------------------------------------

3 the date of measurements

--------------------------------------------------------------------

4 specific emission limit

----- Emise ---------------------------------------------

pollutant emission limit unit 5

----- látek ---------------------------------------------

6 the emission concentrations of the BAT

----- ---------------------------------------------

7 unit emission

the concentration of the BAT

--------------------------------------------------------------------

8 mass concentration

--------------------------------------------------------------------

9 unit weight

the concentration of

--------------------------------------------------------------------

10 mass flow [kg/h]

--------------------------------------------------------------------

11 specific production emissions

--------------------------------------------------------------------

12 unit unit of production

emissions

--------------------------------------------------------------------



Explanations and instructions for filling in the data by row number:



1 the serial number of a stationary sources specified in no. 1 point

1.2. and 1.3.



2 enter the designations of emission measurements according to regulations or

operation permit or technical documentation.



3 the date of the last valid authorized emission measurements; does not fill with

in the case that the detection is performed by continuous emission measurement.



4 enter the specific emission limit for each pollutant

(according to the dial published in the journal of the MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT) as set out in the authorisation

operation, and if the operation authorization specific emission limit

emission limit is not valid for the stationary source under this

the Decree.



5 Unit specific emission limit (according to the dial published in

Journal Of The MINISTRY Of The ENVIRONMENT).



6 emission concentrations corresponding to the upper border of the emission levels associated with the

best available techniques (BAT) according to the information disclosed

The European Commission corresponding to the relevant stationary sources. Fills the

in the data for 2016 and beyond in the case of application of article 15,

paragraph. 5 (a). 6, point (a). (b)) of the Act.



7 Unit emission concentrations of the BAT (according to the dial published in

Journal Of The MINISTRY Of The ENVIRONMENT).



8 the mass concentration of emissions of individual pollutants

converted to the conditions laid down for stationary source emission limit

in a legal act in the mg m-3, or in other units referred to in

line no. 7; in the case of continuous measurements the value calculated


as the arithmetic average of all valid daily values per calendar

year.



9 Unit mass concentration, in which emission limit is set.



10 the mass emissions of individual pollutants per hour.



11 the mass emissions of pollutants and reference quantities, which

emission limit is established for stationary sources in a legal act.



12 Unit unit of production emissions (according to the dial published in Journal

MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT).



Annex 12



THE ELEMENTS OF THE OPERATING PROCEDURE



1. identification of stationary sources (stationary sources)

the establishment, in which a stationary source located, operator,

Alternatively, the owner of a stationary source.



2. detailed description of the stationary sources and a description of the technology

reducing emissions and their functions. The numbering of the stationary source is

consistent with the operational records of the stationary sources and in the clear

following the valid operational and technological rules of the operator.



3. the indication of the function of the internal combustion stationary sources in the transmission system

or in the system of supply of thermal energy and an indication of whether it is

about the reserve source of energy.



4. Inputs to technology-mix, fuel and waste

heat-processed in a stationary source.



5. Description of the technological operations carried out in stationary sources

with the input of raw materials and fuels, including popular reaction mechanism

reactions, methods of management and control of operations

(detailed conditions for the processing of raw materials and fuels, the combustion conditions

terms of use of technologies to reduce emissions or other operations

used to reduce emissions). ^ *)



6. Outputs from technology-the polluting substances and their properties

the amount and method of handling them, place the output of pollutants

from stationary sources into the ambient air.



7. Description of the device for continuous measurement of emissions (if installed) and

description of the measuring points, including how to monitor the operation of stationary

the resources and the determination of the emissions in case of failure of the continuous emission measurement

(e.g. monitoring of temperature, pressure, oxygen content, viscosity, pH). In

the case of a stationary source emission limit is achieved by adjusting the

technological control of the production process or the use of technology to

emissions reductions, the description of the operating parameter and its numeric representation,

demonstrating fulfilment of emission limits, the manner of its measurement including how and

the frequency of calibration of the measuring instruments (in accordance with the relevant technical

standards, if they are available) and a description of the method of continuous

recording of measured values.



8. Description of the measurement locations for one-time emission measurements.



9. species, the estimated quantity and properties of the pollutants in the

which may occur in the event of a breakdown or an accident of stationary source

or in part, to higher emissions than during normal operation.



10. the definition of States placing a stationary source into operation and its

shut-down.



11. The current link ^ ^ **) to the competent authority of air protection, how to

reporting of an accident or breakdown of the air protection authorities and

public, the persons responsible and the way the internal transmission of information on

malfunctions and accidents.



12. the method of the prevention of accidents and malfunctions; measures which are or

the operator will be taken to mitigate the effects of accidents and malfunctions and

putting the operator's procedures in zmáhání accidents and troubleshooting

including reducing or stopping operation of stationary

source. ^ ^ **) for stationary sources of heat-processing waste

maximum permissible period of any technically nezamezitelné to shutdowns,

failure or defect of technological equipment used to reduce

emissions or the measurement devices, during which the concentrations

pollutants exceed the prescribed values for emission limits.



13. How to ensure reliability and the proper function of a continuous

the measuring system in the event of continuous emission measurement, for reasons of

failure or system maintenance, exceeding 10 days per calendar year.

Invalid day in terms of continuous emission measurement means the date in

which are more than 3 average hourly values due to malfunction or

maintenance of the continuous measurement of void. In the case of the evaluation of the

the half-hourly intervals constitute an invalid hour value of two invalid

half-hourly average values within one hour.



14. The definition of the time of the placing of internal combustion stationary sources into operation and

their shut-off periods.



15. The terms of inspections, revisions and maintenance of technological equipment

used to reduce emissions. An indication of the training of handlers and

the persons responsible. ^ *)



16. definition of failures and accidents with an impact on ambient air and their

Troubleshooting, troubleshooting for specific terms technology

stationary sources and conditions of cessation of the stationary sources of

operation. ^ *)



17. the way and the frequency of adjustment of internal combustion stationary sources.



18. An exceptional situation-justification for failure to comply with specified emission limits

in the cases defined disorders, defined in a crash at start-up

technology into operation or when shut-down technology from the operation after

the specified time period, when adjusting technology. Work and shall be

control procedures for preventing the leakage of pollutants when repairing,

start-up or shut-down of the stationary source. ^ *)



19. the operator of livestock shall



and housing and projected) holding capacity of economic

animals,



(b) the method of removal of ammonia) into the air,



(c)) or decrementing the reference technology according to the Methodological instruction

The Ministry of the environment, "the determination of the categories and the application of the

-reducing technologies for agricultural resources "for breeding farm

animals, land application of manure and slurry and the methods of incorporation on the

the land, which is the declared emission mass flow of ammonia to

the air, and that will be in the framework of the plan for stationary sources

installed, or other technologies to reduce emissions of ammonia,



(d)) other related organisational measures.



20. the operator of a stationary sources emitting fugitive emissions

solid pollutants, or the operator of a stationary source,

part of which is the production, processing, treatment, transportation, loading,

unloading and storage of dusty materials shall specify in a production order

technical and operational measures to reduce dust and pollutants

Resuspension of dust.



21. the operator of a stationary sources emitting the pollutant

annoying odours, especially in categories 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 7.8, 7.9, 7.10,

7.11, 7.12, 7.16 and 8 of annex 2 to the law, it shall indicate in a production order

technical and operational measures to reduce emissions of these substances



22. the signature of the operator, or in the case of a legal entity of its

of the statutory representative or its designee.



Explanatory notes:



*) Permitted is a reference to another documentation the operator that will be

the required information included.



**), These data may be processed in common for all

stationary sources of a single establishment.



Annex 13



CONTENT REQUIREMENTS PROFESSIONAL JUDGEMENT



1. determination of the opinion, the basic identifying information: for whom was specialist

a testimonial is processed, it has processed (including a copy of the decision to release

authorization, the stamp and the signature of an authorised person person authorized to act

for the authorized person), when it has processed and for what purpose was the

expert opinion is being handled.



2. General information: documentation (description of the on-spot investigation, a description of the project

documentation, etc.), identification (name of stationary sources,

address, the operator, the operator's ID). Proposal for inclusion of a stationary

resources according to annex 2 of the Act.



3. Description of the stationary sources and its operation: description of the used

technology, technical description of all technological equipment, the name of his

the manufacturer, data about pneumatic systems (separate or joint exhaust

waste gases into the atmosphere, quantity, status conditions, height

the chimney), management control, regulation and measuring processes

(manual/continuous/Auto). Further information on reference

construction sites, schemes, drawings (if available). For stationary

resources not falling within the scope of reference documents on best

available techniques compare the proposed technical solution and

the emission parameters with the best available technical solutions

also, where appropriate, with similar already existing technologies. Description

the production program, rated (projected) production capacity, an indication of the

operation of a stationary source. Proposal for the inclusion of these technologies under the

Annex No 2 to the Act.



4. the emission characteristics of stationary sources: the location of the measuring

space. Specifications of the pollutants emitted from stationary

source. The measured values on a stationary source emissions (annex a copy of the

measuring Protocol), or on a stationary source of reference

similar technologies (if available), the calculated emission values.

Compared to the requirements laid down by the law or its implementing legislation

regulations. In the case of stationary source, for which the emission limit


achieved by adjusting the technological control of the production process, or

using technology to reduce emissions, the proposal of an appropriate operational

parameter and its numerical expression, demonstrating at all times

implementation of the emission limit, its method of measurement, including the method and frequency of

the calibration of the measuring instruments (in accordance with the relevant technical standards, if they are

available), and a description of how the continuous recording of measured

values.



5. evaluation of the level of air pollution in the location where you want to be

stationary source located: development of air pollution level Comment

relevant pollutants and a description of the current state. Description

the impact of stationary sources of air pollution level, compared to

other stationary sources that have an impact on the site in question

and the assessment of the compliance with the requirements resulting from the programmes to improve the

air quality and the draft of the measures to achieve them.



6. conclusion and recommendations the terms of operation: establishment of basic conditions

traffic and additional safety recommendations with regard to the

the specific location of the stationary source, a summary of the potential risks with

as regards air quality.



Annex 14



DISPLAY THE ELEMENTS OF THE PROTOCOL ON A SINGLE MEASUREMENT OF EMISSIONS



1. Implementation date one-time emission measurements, release date

log



2. the names of the persons making the one-time emission measurements



3. the name and signature of the person responsible for the accuracy of the measurements to be made and

the protocol handler (responsible for the performance of authorized representative

activities)



4. identification of the operator of stationary source



5. The purpose of the one-time emission measurements



6. Subject to a one-time emission measurements (serial number of measured

stationary resources allocated to running ISPOP, basic technical data

stationary source and installed technologies to reduce emissions),

For more related information (technological inputs and outputs), the values of

variable parameters of the device to reduce emissions



7. The location of the measuring point, the comparison with the requirements of the designated standards,

evaluation of the impact of deviations from standards, in the case of ambiguity diagram

designating the location



8. The range of one-time emission measurements (measured including

accompanying variables), methods for the determination of individual pollutants

substances and their groups, including references to standards and standard operating

procedures



9. the Instrumentation (specialty equipment, analyzers, and

their ranges, gauge, other related variables), the calibration

materials, methods of data collection and evaluation



10. Area of cooperation (cooperating identification of an accredited

the subject, the subject of cooperation-level quantities, methods of determination)



11. Information about the one-time emission measurements (sampling, blind

experiments, measurements of related variables, the values of operating parameters

including the values of the parameters of the equipment to reduce emissions)



12. the results of the measured variables, including the Files of State and other

accompanying variables



13. the list of documents that are used for one-time emission measurements and

evaluation (legislation, standards, standard operating procedures),

a list of tags



14. evaluation of one-time emission measurements, which contains:

limit and conditions under which it is established, the results of the measured values

concentrations of pollutants and related ancillary variables from

each measurement, the values of the mass concentrations of the polluting

substances from the individual measurements, calculated on the conditions under which it is

established emission limit and the average value of the percentage by weight of

during the whole time of measurement, the mass flow and its unit of production.



Annex 15



CONTENT ELEMENTS STRAY STUDIES



1. Enter a stray study



2. The methodology of calculation



3. Input data



3.1. Location plan



Description of the works on this territory, a description and a map of the location of the source in relation to residential and

other buildings and the relief of the territory. Map data are accompanied by a legend,

the measure, the identification of a coordinate system and the digital

changes in elevation.



3.2. Resource data



and a description of the technology resources) and related technologies.



b) background information on emissions (emissions from source under consideration directly

associated with this source of emissions and technologically interconnected or

the follow-up of projects regardless of the investor) and výduších, namely:



i. emission concentrations of pollutants,

II. flow rates of waste vzdušin, their temperature and speed



in the mouth,



III. the total annual emission balance of substances; for the calculation of the default state is

apply emissions reported in aggregate operating the register; for annual emission

the balance of the five-year average of the reported data is used, if the data

available; for the calculation of emissions, new uses the appropriate emission

limit or emission factor; You can also use lower emission concentration

When ensuring compliance with this technical emission concentrations

the terms of the operation of a stationary source stored in the operation authorization,



IV. the specification of the emission duct (construction, height, diameter).



The amount of exhaust gas or waste vzdušin is illustrated by the technical

documentation of the source or the attached calculation including an explanation of the procedure

the calculation.



c) in the case of emissions from mobile sources are listed as

the intensity of transport (the daily numbers of vehicles and gliders) and the composition according to

categories and emission classes of vehicles.



3.3. Meteorological documents



The wind rose is listed that matches the given site, both graphically,

so tabelárně with a frequency of individual classes of stability and classes

wind speed due to incorporating conditions in the atmosphere. In the case of

the choice of wind rose another site it is necessary to state the reasons and describe

any impact on the accuracy of the results.



3.4. Description of reference points



Step network calculated points is a candidate to evaluate the maximum

the level of contamination at the point of contact of the smoke plume with the terrain or in place

achieve the calculated (respiratory) height. The choice of the size of the modelled

the territory takes the source location and elevation profile of the territory. Model

the dispersion of impact shall be assessed and resources on multi-story residential buildings in the heights

corresponding to the highest floors of these buildings (an assessment of potential

the "capture" the smoke plume on the windward side of the buildings).



In justified cases, is part of the lamp design study

a sensitivity analysis of the impact of the changes of the height of the chimney (or design resources

This height) on the level of pollution in the specific calculation of points

resulting in a proposal for the height of the chimney.



3.5. The pollutants and related pollution limits



A list of relevant pollutants including the type calculated

concentration (hourly, daily, annual average concentration concentration,

, etc.) and the relevant air pollution limits.



3.6. the evaluation of pollution levels in the subject area



In the evaluation of the existing levels of pollution in the area is

map of pollution levels designed in network 1 × 1 km, in

shapefile (ESRI .SHP). These maps on the Ministry publishes

website. These maps contain in each square of the value of the

moving average concentrations for all pollutants, such as

the previous five calendar years that have established annual limit values.



4. the results of the study lamp



The results of the study are provided plastic



and the comment in the summary evaluation) future levels of air pollution and

the premise of performance values are,



(b)) in a tabular format (in the case of the calculation for each of the selected

reference points; If the calculation is carried out in regular network

reference points, the results in a tabular format can be attached to the lens

study on the CD, there is a need to number the reference point to supplement his

coordinates)



(c)) kartograficky (indicating the location of existing buildings, the maps are in the defined

scale).



5. the application of compensatory measures



Accurate identification of stationary sources or infrastructure, for

that will be implemented by compensatory measures.



For a detailed description of the compensatory measures with the deadline for their implementation, in

the case has repeatedly applied measures with the timetable. Are described

the risk of the implementation of compensatory measures and ways of minimizing these

risks.



The calculation is executed in accordance with section 27, stating that the adequacy of the proposed

compensatory measures.



6. Final evaluation



In addition to contributions to levels of pollution is also commented

performance values are taking into account the existing level of pollution and

the contribution of new stationary sources. At the same time are annotated

the proposed compensation measures and their contribution to the quality of the air in the

area.



7. the list of documents



Annex 16



Coefficients of significance for the calculation of the compensatory measures



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The effective height of the source *) coefficient of Effective height of source *) Coefficient

[m] relevance [m] of significance

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0-1.5 50 > 28-31 23

> 1.5-2.5 > 48 31-35 22

2.5-3 46 > > 35-38 21

3-3.5 > > 38-44 43 20

> 3.5-4 42 > 43-47 19

4-4.5 > > 47 41-53 18

> 4.5-5 40 > 53-58 17

> 5 - 6 39 > 58 - 65 16

6-6.5 > 38 > 65-72 15

> 6.5-7 37 > 72-80 14

> 7 - 8 36 > 80 - 89 13

> 8 - 9 35 > 89 - 99 12

9-10 34 > > 99-110 11

10-11 33 > > 110-122 10

11-12 32 > > 122-135 9

12-13.5 > > 135-150 8 31

> 13.5-15 30 > 150-167 7

> 15-16.5 29 > 167-185 6

> 16.5-18.5 28 > 185-206 5

> 18.5-20.5 27 > 206-229 4

> 20.5-23 26 > 229-254 3

23-25 25 > > 254-282 2

25-28 24 > > 282 + 1

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*) To calculate the effective height of the sources will be used (II). stability and rychlostvětru class 5 m s-1.



Selected provisions of the novel



Article. (II) Decree No. 155/2014 Sb.



Transitional provision



The provisions of § 8 para. 1 (b). (d)) and § 9 para. 6 of Decree No. 415/2012 Sb.

shall apply from 1 January 2007 at the earliest. January 1, 2016, unless it is a stationary source

thermal waste processing or combustion stationary source, for which the

complete the request has been lodged on the first operation authorization 7. January 2013

or later or was put into operation after the 7. January 2014. For combustion

stationary sources using any of the transitional arrangements referred to in section 37,

38 or 39 of Act No. 201/2009 Coll., as amended by Act No 87/2014 Coll., section

8 (2). 1 (b). (d)) and § 9 para. 6 of Decree No. 415/2012 effect with Sb.

the end of the use of these modes.



1) European Parliament and Council Directive 2010/75/EU of 24 October.

November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control

pollution).



Council Directive 1999/32/EC of 26 July 2000. April 1999 on the reduction of sulphur content

of certain liquid fuels and amending Directive 93/12/EEC, as amended by

European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/33/EC of 6 May 1999. July

2005, amending Directive 1999/32/EC as regards the sulphur content of

marine fuels.



European Parliament and Council Directive 94/63/EC of 20 May 1999. December 1994

the control of emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) resulting from the

the storage of petrol and its distribution from terminals to service

stations.



Council Directive 1999/13/EC of 11 December 1997. March 1999 on the limitation of emissions of

volatile organic compounds resulting from the use of organic

solvents in certain activities and installations.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/42/EC of 21 June 1999. April 2004

the control of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the

use of organic solvents in certain paints and varnishes and

vehicle refinishing products and amending Directive 1999/13/EC.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/76/EC of 4 April 2003. December

2000 on the incineration of waste.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/80/EC of 23 December 2003. October 2001

on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from large

combustion plants.



Council Directive 87/217/EEC of 19 December. March 1987 on the prevention and

reduction of environmental pollution by asbestos.



Council Directive 92/112/EEC of 15 October 1968. December 1992 on procedures for

alignment of programs and final exclusion of pollution

caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry.



2) Law No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amending

and additions to certain laws, as amended.



3) Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 of 23 July. July 1987 on the tariff and

statistical nomenclature and on the common customs tariff, as amended by

amended.



4) Act No. 25/2008 Coll., on integrated pollution registry and

integrated system of performance reporting obligations in the field of

the environment, as amended.



5) Decree No. 313/2012 Coll., laying down requirements on the quality of fuels

used for inland navigation and sea-going vessels for the protection of

air, as amended by Decree No. 154/2014 Sb.