Of The River Basin Management Plans And Flood Risk Management Plans

Original Language Title: o plánech povodí a plánech pro zvládání povodňových rizik

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24/2011 Sb.



DECREE



on 2 December. February 2011



of the river basin management plans and flood risk management plans



Change: 49/2014 Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture and the Ministry of the environment shall establish

According to § 25 para. 2 and § 26 para. 2 of the Act No. 254/2001 Coll. on waters and the

amendments to certain acts (the Water Act), as amended by Act No 150/2010 Coll.,

(hereinafter referred to as the "Act"):



§ 1



The subject of the edit



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

modifies the



and river basin plans and) content of the flood risk management plans,



(b) the content of the basic and supplemental) measures for the protection of the waters under section 23a

the law,



(c) the details of the stages of the processing of proposals) of the plans in (a)),



(d) the manner and form processing) the preliminary flood risk assessment,



(e) the method of determining the areas with) a significant flood risk,



f) content and method of processing flood hazard maps, the flood maps

risks and forms of publication,



g) way of making the preparatory work, the draft River basin management plans and proposals

flood risk management plans for the active user involvement

water and public,



h) way of handling plans referred to in subparagraph (a)).



§ 2



Definition of terms



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and) water services for all activities of the household,

public institutions or any economic activity provide subscription

impoundment, collection, treatment and distribution of surface water or groundwater,

or the collection and treatment of waste water with subsequent discharge to

surface water,



(b) risk water body) body of water in which based on the analysis

General and water management characteristics and evaluation of the effects

human activity was found to be a risk of non-compliance with the objectives of the protection of water as a

elements of the environment to the end of the validity period of the river basin management plan,



c) protected area of the territory, which in the wake of the water bodies

surface water or groundwater requires special protection under the law

or the Act on nature and landscape protection,



d) areas with a significant flood risk area in which there are

a significant flood risk, or the occurrence of these risks can be considered

likely to occur.



§ 3



The content of the river basin management plans and flood risk management plans



(1) the national plan contains the text portion of the basin, tabular annexes and

map of the annex. The basic contents of the national river basin management plan is given in

Annex No 1 of this order. Map of the annex must include maps

the list referred to in annex 2 of this order. The basic content

National River basin management plan shall be supplemented by the results of the stages of the plan

the water catchment area and according to the requirements arising from international coordination

work within international river basin districts the Elbe, oder and Danube.



(2) the plan shall complement national sub-basin of the river basin management plan details and

proposals for measures. The basic content of the plan sub-basin is shown in

Annex No 3 of this order.



(3) flood risk management Plans are processed separately for

individual parts of the international river basin district on the territory of the Czech Republic

in coordination with the relevant river basin management plans. The content of the plan for the management of

flood risk is given in annex 4 of this order.



§ 4



The contents of the basic and complementary measures



(1) the basic measures for the protection of the waters under section 23a of the law proposed in

River basin management plans are



and measures required for the implementation) of the laws of the European Union for the

the protection of water, including measures required under the legislation of the European

Union ^ 2)



(b) the measures to adjust prices) policy, which will apply the principle of return

costs with regard to the economic analysis according to § 11, and in accordance with the

the principle of the polluter pays principle and which will create adequate incentives for

the efficient use of water resources and thus to achieve the objectives of water protection

as the elements of the environment, to ensure a reasonable income for the

water services from industry, agriculture and households with

taking into account the established practice, social, environmental and

the economic consequences of payment of water services and to a geographical

and climatic conditions of the territory,



(c) measures to promote effective) and the sustainable use of water with

a view to achieving the objectives of protection of water as the environmental

under section 23a of the Act,



d) measures to protect waters and water resources used for the production of drinking

water,



e) measures to protect waters used for bathing,



(f) the regulation of surface water and subscriptions) groundwater, and impoundment of surface

the waters, which have a significant impact on the status of water,



g) Regulation of artificial infiltration or recharge of groundwater,



h) measures to prevent and control pollution from point sources, including

measures aimed at reducing the extent of the mixing zones,



I) measures to prevent or control pollution from non-point sources,



j) measures to prevent entry of any substances capable of causing

pollution of the groundwater without percolation throughout the soil or soil

in the area, taking into account best practices, including good practice

environmental practices and best available techniques specified in

other legislation ^ 17),



k) measures to prevent the entry of any substances listed in the annex.

1 of the law into the groundwater,



l) measures to reduce the pollution of surface and groundwater

hazardous substances and hazardous noxious objectionable substances,



m) the measures required to prevent significant spills of pollutants from

technical installations, and to prevent or mitigate the consequences of the event

accidental pollution incidents



n) the arrangements for any other significant adverse effect on water status

identified in the preparatory work, in particular measures to ensure

corresponding to the hydromorphological conditions of the water body,

allowing the achieve the desired ecological status or good

ecological potential for bodies of water classified as artificial or

heavily modified,



o) measures to protect aquatic ecosystems, terrestrial ecosystems and

the use of groundwater dependent on the part of the people of groundwater

represented by the monitoring point or points at which value was exceeded

groundwater quality standard or the threshold value,



p) the measures necessary for the reversal of significant and sustained upward trends

identified in the groundwater to progressively

reduction of pollution of groundwater and prevent deterioration of their

State.



(2) complementary measures are in particular



and) legal instruments,



(b)), the administrative tools



(c)) economic and fiscal instruments,



(d) the agreed environmental agreement)



e) emission control,



f) codes of good practice,



g) recreation and restoration of wetlands,



(h)), the abstraction of limiting



I) measures, inter alia, promotion of adapted

agricultural production, such as growing crops with little demand in

areas affected by the drought,



j) measures aimed at efficiency and reuse, inter alia, promotion

energy-efficient technologies in industry and water-saving irrigation techniques,



k) construction projects,



l) rehabilitation projects,



m) artificial recharge of zvodněných layers,



n) educational projects



o) research, development and demonstration projects.



§ 5



Supporting documents for the preparatory work and drafting of plans



Supporting documents for the preparatory work and the processing of draft plans shall include in particular



and State map) works intended for public use of ^ 3) or map works

processed on the basis thereof,



(b)) the information collected in information systems of the public administration,



(c)) the data and outputs water balance under section 22 of the Act,



d) demographic and economic data for the Czech Statistical Office

individual municipalities,



e) approved development plans of water supply and sewerage systems ^ 4),



f) spatial planning documentation, spatial planning documents and data on the

land use,



g) data from approved land consolidation ^ 5),



h) data on the State of flood protection,



I) details of water landscape mode,



j) action plans or programmes adopted for the implementation of legislation

The European Union and to implement the commitments of the United Kingdom resulting from the

international agreements and commitments in the area of water,



k) data on the use of water and waste management,



l) data on emissions, discharges and releases of priority substances adopted under

Government regulation issued pursuant to § 39 para. 3 of the Act, and aldrin, dieldrin,

endrin, isodrin, p, p-DDT, DDT total, tetrachloroethylene, and

trichloroethylene, conducted under other legislation ^ 6) and, where appropriate,

on the basis of other available data, into surface waters,



m) data on the effects on the status of surface water and groundwater,



n) data on monitoring programmes and the results of the evaluation of water status,



about) economic data on the use of water and



p) data on flood damage in individual municipalities.



§ 6



Preliminary flood risk assessment and the establishment of areas with significant

flood risk



(1) the preliminary flood risk assessment is based on the available and

easy odvoditelných information processing for each part


international river basin district on the territory of the United States with the use of

documentation of floodplains, pursuant to section 66 paragraph 1. 6 of the Act

and documentation and evaluation of flooding under section 76 of the Act.



(2) the preliminary flood risk assessment shall include in particular



and the maps of the national parts) international river basin districts on the territory of the United

States in an appropriate scale including the borders sub-basins,

showing topography and land use,



(b) a description of the floods which) they had in the past, significant adverse effects on the

human health, the environment, cultural heritage and economic

activities, and for which there is a big probability of occurrence in the future,

including the extent and progress of the flood and the evaluation of adverse effects which

raised,



(c) a description of the significant floods) in the past, if similar floods

in the future, expect significant adverse effects,



d) evaluate the effectiveness of measures undertaken and prepared

the reduction of flood risk.



(3) in areas where there were major floods in the past,

You can perform an evaluation of possible adverse effects of future floods

on human health, the environment, cultural heritage and economic

activities with regard to the topography, the position of watercourses and their

hydrological and geomorphological characteristics, including floodplains

as the natural water retention areas, the effectiveness of the existing protection

before the flood, the position of populated areas and areas with economic

activities and long-term developments including impacts of climate change on the occurrence of the

flood.



(4) areas with a significant flood risk in the individual sections

international river basin district on the territory of the Czech Republic shall be defined according to the

the number of potentially affected permanently living persons and values

potentially affected assets in the affected communities. At the same time

taking into account the risks of hazardous substances to the environment and

cultural heritage. Defining areas with a significant flood risk

shared with neighbouring States, in coordination with those countries.



§ 7



A timetable and work programme for the processing of river basin management plans



(1) a timetable and work programme for the processing of river basin management plans shall take into account

requirements of the International Commission ^ 7), that coordinate the processing of plans

River basin and flood risk management plans in international areas

the Elbe, oder and basin of the Danube.



(2) a timetable and work programme for the processing of river basin management plans is

co-ordinated with the processing of the plan for flood

risks and includes in particular the



and the General and water management) an analysis of the characteristics of the river basin,



b) evaluation of the effects of human activity on the status of the surface and underground

waters,



c) flood hazard and flood risk maps,



d) economic analysis of water use,



e) setting targets for river basin management plan,



f) summary of significant issues dealing with water management,



g) determination of the heavily modified and artificial bodies of water, including the assessment of

the impact of the measures proposed in the flood risk management plans at the

the status of water,



h) design specific objectives under section 23a para. 4 of the Act,



I) draft of the measures to achieve the objectives,



j) proposal for river basin management plans and flood risk management plans,



k) commenting on the outputs of the preparatory work,



l) commenting on draft River basin management plans and flood plans

risks,



m) assess the impact of river basin management plans and flood risk management plan

on the environment.



(3) the timetable and programme of work for the processing of river basin management plans,

determines the period for which supporting documents will be collected used under section 5.

The period shall be determined based on the availability of the underlying data and the data with

taking into account the requirements of the International Commission that coordinate

processing of the international river basin district plans of the Elbe, oder and Danube.



§ 8



Analysis of General and water management characteristics



(1) the analysis of General and water management characteristics of the

handles for each sub-basin level



and sub-basin),



(b)) of water bodies,



c) protected areas.



(2) the analysis of General and water management characteristics for the level of

Sub-basin contains, in particular,



and information about geographic characteristics),



(b) information about the hydrogeological conditions), in particular on the overlying

layers of infiltration areas of groundwater,



c) information about the river and groundwater network,



(d) information about water bodies), including their location and boundaries,



e) demographic and socio-economic information,



(f) information about how to use) the territory, including the determination of the main

urban, industrial and agricultural areas, where appropriate

fishing and forestry areas and areas used for recreation,



(g) information on the use of the territory) in infiltration areas or regions,

of the groundwater, including pollutants

and changes in the characteristics of the inventory replenishment of groundwater under the influence of human

activities,



h) identification of the current and future requirements for the use of estimates

water,



identification of the current and I) estimates of the future requirements for protection against

floods and other harmful effects of water.



(3) the analysis of General and water management characteristics for the level of

bodies of water include in particular



and the identification of linkages between departments) of groundwater, the surface

waters and water or water bound terrestrial ecosystems and the establishment

water bodies of groundwater that are directly dependent ecosystems

surface water or terrestrial ecosystems, including design editing

the definition of bodies of water, if the links between water bodies or protected

the risk of jeopardising the achievement of the objectives of the territories of the cause for the protection and improvement of the status of the

surface water and groundwater and aquatic ecosystems in the water

the Department,



(b)), information about the types and extent of human activities, which are the departments

surface water and groundwater are exposed, especially



1. estimates and identify significant sources of pollution, especially substances

listed in annex No. 1 of the Act, from municipal, industrial,

agricultural and other devices in accordance with the requirements of annex II, point 1.4

Directive 2000/60/EC,



2. estimates and identify significant donations from underground and surface

water, discharges to surface waters and of artificial groundwater recharge

broken down for municipal, industrial, agricultural and other uses, including

their location, seasonal variability, the total annual quantity and

chemical composition,



3. estimates and identify the effects of significant water flow regulation, including

transfer and diversion of water to the total flow characteristics and water

balance,



4. identify the important morphological modifications of water bodies,



5. estimates and identify other important influences of human activities on the

the status of water.



(4) for the water bodies at risk shall be carried out in addition to the analyses referred to in paragraphs 2

and 3 the analysis of General and water management characteristics

tuning the design of survey programmes and assessment of the State

waters and the draft measures.



(5) For bodies of groundwater at risk analysis referred to in paragraph 4

contains, in particular,



and the geological characteristics of the water body), including the extent and type of

geological units,



(b) the hydrogeological characteristics of the water body), including throughput,

porosity and stress levels of groundwater,



(c) the characteristics of surface sediments and) soils could territory,

including powers, porosity, permeability and absorption properties

sediments and soils,



(d) the stratification characteristics of the groundwater) in the water Department,



e) list of associated bodies of surface water, aquatic and terrestrial

ecosystems that are hydraulically connected body of water, including the estimate of

directions and rates of exchange of water between them,



f) sufficient data needed for the calculation of the fixed annual

the average amount of donations and overall recharge of the groundwater, including

positions of all places abstractions and discharges,



(g)) the chemical composition of discharges to the groundwater body,



h) description of the chemical composition of the groundwater, including specification of the extent

influence of human activity,



further evaluation of the trends I) pollutants from the cloud with kontaminačních

regard to their dissemination and impact on the status of water, environment and human

health.



(6) the analysis of General and water management characteristics for the level of

protected areas contains, in particular,



and the identification of linkages between protected) areas and water bodies



(b)) information about water sources, including the identification of locations with the abstraction of

spreading rate of more than 10 m3/day and places used for abstraction of drinking water

50 or more people, and the annual average donations from these sources,



(c)) for information about surface water used for bathing people,



(d) data characterising the State of the individual) of the protected areas,



(e) estimates of the effects of human activity) in accordance with paragraph 3 (b). (b)) on the status of the

each of the protected areas.



§ 9



Evaluation of the effects of human activity on the status of surface water and groundwater



(1) evaluation of the effects of human activity on the status of the surface and underground

the water is processed for individual water bodies.




(2) the evaluation of the effects of human activity on the status of the surface and underground

water treatment includes in particular the



and evaluation of aquatic sensitivity) of bodies of surface water on the

effects of human activities under section 8 (2). 3 (b). (b)),



(b) the assessment of the risk of jeopardising the objectives of) water conservation as the elements of the

environment pursuant to Section 23a of the law in individual water bodies,



(c)) the emissions, discharges and losses of all priority substances

and pollutants ^ 8) from information pursuant to section 5 (b). l),



(d) the evaluation of past measures) ^ 9) taken in order to limit the

the negative effect of human activity on the status of water,



(e) definition of the heavily modified proposal) and man-made water bodies (section 14), the



(f) the expected impact of different) an assessment of climate change scenarios on



1. the impact of human activity on the status of water and protected areas,



2. water resources and provision of water services.



(3) the reference period ^ 10) for the determination of the values of the substances to the list referred to in

paragraph 2 (a). (c)) is the year 2010; for those substances that are subject to

Directive 91/414/EEC, shall be calculated as the average of the years 2008,

2009 and 2010. When updating River basin management plans is the reference period a year

prior to the completion of the preparatory work. For substances covered by

Directive 91/414/EEC, shall be calculated as the average of the three

the last years before the completion of the preparatory work.



§ 10



Flood hazard maps and flood risk maps



(1) the flood hazard include territory that could be

flooded according to the following scenarios:



and the floods with a low probability) of occurrence (likelihood of recurrence

500 years) possibly recorded extreme floods,



(b)), to medium flood probability (probability

100 years recurrence),



(c) floods with a high probability) of occurrence (probability

Repeat for 20 years).



(2) for each scenario, the flood hazard maps display the range

floods, water depth, current speed or, where appropriate, the corresponding

the flow of water. Additionally, they shall indicate the sections of streams, where there is a significant movement

sediments or transport drifting objects and thus to influence

flow-water holes and buildings during the floods.



(3) flood risk maps shall be marked summary reviews

flood risk at least according to all the scenarios referred to in paragraph 1

and covering their possible adverse consequences under the



and estimate the number of potentially affected) population,



(b)) the kind of economic activity in the area potentially affected



(c)) the device referred to in annex I to Directive 96/61/EC, which may, in

If flooding cause accidental pollution,



(d) potentially affected areas) registered pursuant to § 21 para. 2 (a).

c) points 8 and 11 of the Act and areas designated for the protection of habitats or

species under another law ^ 11), where the improvement of the status of water is

an important factor in their protection,



e) potentially affected by cultural heritage, heritage reserves and

Heritage zones under another law ^ 12).



(4) for areas with a significant flood risk, which is flooding

caused by groundwater may be flood hazard and

flood risk maps limited to scenario as described in paragraph 1 (b).

and).



§ 11



Economic analysis of water use



Economic analysis of water use involves the gathering and evaluation of

economic information on the use of water for



and cost recovery) calculations taking into account the long term forecast

the use of water supply and demand, including



1. estimate of the volume, prices and costs associated with water

services,



2. estimate the related investment including forecasts of such investments,



(b)) the most cost-effective combination of assessment measures relating to

the use of water to meet the objectives of river basin management plans on the basis of the estimate of the cost of

These measures.



§ 12



Setting objectives



(1) the objectives are established for each of the parts of the international river basin district

on the territory of the United States, broken down in accordance with § 24 para. 4 of the Act, to

their performance can be evaluated when updating River basin management plan.



(2) in determining the objectives, taking into account the objectives agreed upon at the international

level.



(3) the objectives of water protection under section 23a of the Act shall be determined for each water

departments or types of water bodies and for protected areas, while respecting the

the procedure referred to in paragraphs 4 to 8.



(4) the objectives for the protection and improvement of the status of surface water and groundwater, and

aquatic ecosystems bring into force namely, or by reference to the relevant legal

prescription pointers and their values to be in the water Department

or protected area is reached.



(5) the objective to reduce the adverse effects of floods shall provide in particular

standards of flood protection for the territory, which are not defined as

areas with significant povodňovými risks. Set out the standards of protection

territory are the basis for the draft of the measures to the river basin management plans.



(6) the objectives of flood risk management shall be determined for each

areas with a significant flood risk with a view to mitigating the

adverse effects of floods on human health, the environment,

cultural heritage and economic activity, and if it is deemed

appropriate, on non-structural measures or reduce the likelihood of

the flooding.



(7) the objectives for the management of surface and groundwater and sustainable

the use of these waters to ensure water services provides

in particular, the objectives for the protection and use of water resources with regard to the

the expected impacts of climate change, including the desired level of security

water resources.



(8) the objectives for the improvement of water and environmental protection

stability lays down in particular the objectives for the restoration of the water regime, the increase in

water retention in the landscape, the principle of the creation of new habitats, improve the quality and

stability of water and water ecosystems and improve the bound

the hydromorphological characteristics in open channel, water flows and in the flood

Plains.



section 13 of the



An interim overview of the significant water management issues



(1) an interim overview of the significant water management issues,

drawn up on the basis of the analysis of General and water management

characteristics referred to in section 8, the evaluation of the impact of human activity under section 9,

flood hazard maps and flood risk maps under section 10,

economic analysis according to § 11 and survey programmes and assessment of the State

waters pursuant to § 21 para. 3 of the Act, taking into account the objectives set by the

§ 12.



(2) an interim overview of the significant water management issues has

in particular, the



and the definition of the risk) of water bodies,



(b) information about significant environmental impacts) of human activities in aquatic risk

the departments



(c) an estimate of the significance of the individual) impact on the status of the water body,



(d) definition of the artificial) rated water bodies,



e) rated the definition of heavily modified water bodies and their

the rationale,



f) proposals the specific objectives of water protection for the selected water bodies (section 15).



§ 14



Heavily modified and artificial bodies of water



For each body of water identified as heavily modified or artificial State



and) for what ingredients you cannot achieve good hydromorphological

the ecological status of the corresponding natural body of surface water,



(b)) how would the changes to these hydromorphological folders negatively affected the



1. the area,



2. navigation, including port facilities,



3. recreation,



4. activities for which water is stored, such as drinking water supply,

power generation or irrigation,



5. adjustment of water level



6. flood protection,



7. drainage,



8. other permanent human development activities,



(c)) what useful functions are provided by the artificial or modified

characteristics of the water body, which may not be for technical

inoperable or disproportionate cost be reasonably achieved in other

means, which were significantly better in terms of the environment.



§ 15



Design of the specific objectives of water protection



(1) For those groundwater bodies in determining the specific objectives of protection

waters weighed the impact of the status of groundwater on the development of the company,

surface water and associated terrestrial ecosystems, on the regulation of

water resources, flood protection and drainage areas.



(2) For bodies of surface water, the specific objectives of protection

consider the possibility of achieving them within the time limit extended pursuant to Section 23a para. 5

the law.



section 16 of the



How to make available the results of the preparatory work for the active involvement of

water users and the public



(1) the results of the preparatory work in accordance with § 25 para. 1 (b). and the law)

published for 6 months ^ 13) from the date of publication of a written

comments from users of water and to the public at the Ministry of agriculture,

The Ministry of the environment and at all regional offices and for all

Administrators of the catchment area, the territorial scope of the relevant international

River basin district on the territory of the Czech Republic is concerned, in paper form and in

electronic form on their website.



(2) the notice of publication and the date for application of the comments

are flown on the official boards of the Ministry of agriculture, Ministry of

environment and locally relevant regional offices.



§ 17




The draft measures for river basin management plans



(1) the proposal of measures for river basin management plans for each of the processing water

in the scope of services under section 4 on the basis of the results of the preparatory work,

the evaluation of comments pursuant to § 16 para. 1 and pursuant to section 26 paragraph 1. 4 of the Act.



(2) the programme of measures shall include those measures which can be loaded

not later than the time limit extended pursuant to Section 23a para. 5 of the Act, and that

contribute to the achievement of the specific objectives set out in the river basin management plans for

individual water bodies, regions, sectors or sub basins.



(3) for each measure shall indicate the estimated cost of the measures, the current

the status of the preparation of the measures and the estimated time of preparation and implementation.



(4) the measures provided for in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (b). (j)) may not be proposed, if

will not be affected by the achievement of the objectives of water protection as the elements of the

environment adopted for the groundwater in the river basin management plan and, if

to the input of substances into groundwater occurs in accordance with the authorization referred to in section

8 of the Act or other legislation ^ 14), which includes



and injection of water containing) compounds in the activities of the United

with the exploration and extraction of hydrocarbons or mining activities, and injection

water for technical purposes into geological formations which have been

oil or other substances extracted or into geological formations which

because of natural conditions are permanently unsuitable for other purposes, without

in the vtláčené the water contained substances other than those arising from

the above activities,



(b) each underground) water pumped from mines and quarries or

connected with the construction or maintenance of civil engineering works,



c) injection of natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for

storage purposes into geological formations which are due to

natural conditions permanently unsuitable for other purposes,



d) injection of carbon dioxide for the purpose of saving the natural

rock structures that are permanently unfit from natural causes

for other purposes, provided that such injection is carried out in accordance

with Directive ^ 15), or the directive in accordance with its article. 2

paragraph. 2 does not apply,



e) injection of natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for

storage purposes into geological formations to ensure the supply of

gas, if there is a public interest in this procurement and if injection

is performed so as to avoid the risk of quality related

groundwater,



(f)), engineering and other construction works and similar activities on

the Earth's surface or underneath it, coming into contact with the underground

waters,



(g)) the discharge of small quantities of substances for scientific purposes for

characterization, protection or improvement of the status of bodies of water, limited

on the amount strictly necessary for these purposes.



(5) the measures provided for in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (b). to) may not be proposed, if

are without prejudice to more stringent requirements under the rules of the European Union ^ 2) is

monitoring of groundwater and concerned input

pollutants into groundwater



and) is in such a small quantity and concentration that can be used to exclude any

present and future danger of deterioration in the quality of groundwater-related

waters,



(b)) is the result of accidents or exceptional circumstances of natural origin,

which could not reasonably have been foreseen, avoided or mitigated,



(c)) is the result of artificial recharge or augmentation of the allowed services

groundwater,



(d)) is not possible technically to prevent or limit without the use of



1. the measures that would lead to an increased risk to human health or the

the quality of the environment as a whole,



2. disproportionately costly measures to remove quantities of pollutants

substances from contaminated ground or subsoil,

or to use another way of regulating their penetration,



(e)) is the result of activities relating to surface water bodies, inter alia, for

to mitigate the effects of floods and droughts, and for the administration of

Watercourses and waterways, carried out pursuant to other legal

^ 16) regulations or permits, and if these activities do not jeopardise the achievement of the

the objectives of the protection of water as the environmental



(f)) comes from non-point sources of pollution and measures to these resources is not

technically possible.



(6) the proposal of measures to ensure the objectives for the management of surface and

groundwater management and sustainable use of these waters to ensure the

water services shall in particular contain



and) measures aimed at the management and use of existing water resources,



(b)) the definition of water resources in water bodies, which may serve as a

source of water for drinking purposes with a capacity of more than 10 m3/day or more

than 50 people, including a proposal for the protection of such a water source,



(c)) the measures aiming at the protection of waters used for bathing,



(d)) a proposal to add water infrastructure.



section 18



The draft measures for flood risk management



(1) the proposal of measures for flood risk management is handled for

individual areas with a significant flood risk, on the basis of the results of

the preparatory work, the evaluation of comments pursuant to § 16 para. 1 and

the requirements pursuant to § 64a para. 5 of the Act.



(2) for each measure shall bear the cost estimate, evaluate the efficacy,

economic efficiency, the current status of the preparation, the estimated time of

preparation and implementation and evaluation of the impact of measures on the State concerned

bodies of water.



§ 19



How to make draft plans for the active involvement of water users and

public



(1) the proposal of the national river basin management plan shall be made together with the proposals

the relevant plans and designing sub-basins of the plan for the management of

flood risk. The draft of the national plan and the plan for the management of river basin

flood risk maps shall be accompanied by a brief summary that will allow to understand the

their vocational content and bring the importance of the proposed measures,

generally in the form of clear maps and brief accompanying texts,

amended to the extent necessary tables.



(2) the draft of the plans referred to in paragraph 1 are published for 6 months ^ 13)

date of publication of the written comments of the waters and the public

the Ministry of agriculture, the Ministry of the environment and the

all regional offices and for all river basins, whose territorial administrators

the scope of the international river basin district, in the territory of the United

the Republic is concerned, in paper form and in electronic form on

their website.



(3) the notice of publication and the date for application of the comments

are flown on the official boards of the Ministry of agriculture, Ministry of

environment and locally relevant regional offices.



(4) the evaluation of the submitted comments in the form of an overview report

submitted comments and changes that were made as a consequence in

the draft plans will be published in the same way as the draft plans within 60

days after the expiry of the deadline for submission of comments referred to in paragraph 3 for 30

days.



section 20



How to handle the river basin management plans and flood risk management plans



(1) the national river basin management plans shall be processed within the scope of § 3 para. 1 and

According to the evaluation of comments pursuant to § 7 para. 4.



(2) flood risk management Plans shall be processed to the extent

According to § 3 (2). 3, the results of the preparatory work, in particular the preliminary

flood risk assessment reviews under section 8 (2). 3 and evaluation

comments pursuant to § 7 para. 4.



(3) plans for sub-basins are processed to the extent referred to in § 3 (1). 2,

According to the evaluation of comments pursuant to § 7 para. 4 and shall be adjusted on the

the basis of the approved by the national river basin management plan and approved

the relevant flood risk management plan.



(4) when processing proposals for river basin management plans and draft plans for the management of

flood risk is continuously recorded and stored documents related

with their processing and documenting the procedure for their processing, including

the resulting documents of the various stages of work and consultation.

The documents used for processing of the draft River basin management plan and a draft plan for the

flood risk management are for preparation, processing,

the approval and the validity of the plan publicly available for inspection at the

the relevant river basin management plan or the maker of the plan for the management of

flood risk.



section 21



Transitional provision



Of the approved plans and river basin district Plan of main river basins of the Czech Republic

processed in accordance with Decree No. 142/2005 Coll., on planning in the areas of water,

shall be construed as river basin management plans, and until the approval of the river basin management plans

in accordance with this Ordinance.



section 22



Regulation (EEC)



Decree No 142/2005 Coll., on planning in the areas of water, is hereby repealed.



Article 23 of the



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on the fifteenth day following the date of its publication.



Minister of agriculture:



Ing. Fuksa in r.



The Minister of the environment:



Mgr. cottage in r.



Annex 1



The basic contents of the national river basin management plan



1. A general description of the characteristics of the part of the international river basin district on

the territory of the Czech Republic, established in accordance with section 8-10, which will include, in particular,



1.1. for surface waters



-maps of the international river basin district and of the sub-basins,




-Description and justification of changes in the definition of water bodies,



-mapping of the location and boundaries of water bodies,



-map of the ecoregions, physiognomy and surface water body types



-the reference conditions for the surface water body types



-justification for the exclusion of certain ingredients of quality evaluation of organic

the State,



-description of the approaches and methodologies used for the definition of the mixing

zones,



1.2. for groundwater



-mapping of the location and boundaries of the groundwater,



-a list of the bodies of groundwater and the associated surface water,

water and directly dependent terrestrial ecosystems, including summary

information about the relationship,



-information about groundwater, in particular information on

their size, relationships with related bodies of surface water,

water and directly dependent terrestrial ecosystems, and information about

the natural concentration of air pollutants.



2. a summary of significant pressures and impact of human activity on the status of the

surface water and groundwater, including



-estimation of point source pollution, including a map of their location,

summary information about the affected departments surface water and groundwater,



-estimation of diffuse source pollution, including a summary of land use, and

summary information about the affected departments surface water and groundwater,



-estimation of the effects of the quantitative status of water and summary information about

the affected departments of groundwater,



-analysis of other impacts of human activity on the status of water,



-reviews of trends and kontaminačních the clouds,



-the list of emissions, discharges and losses of substances according to § 7 (2). 2 (a). (c)),



-Summary of risk groundwater, in particular on

the number of bodies or groups of bodies of water and pollutant

fabrics and indicators of pollution which contribute to this designation,

including the identified values or concentrations.



3. identify and map representation of the protected areas and the description of the legislative

regulations, on the basis of these areas are defined.



4. the results of the survey and evaluation of water status including



-map of the monitoring networks established for the purposes of assessment and evaluation

water status and the status of protected areas, the map representation of the results

monitoring programs for the State of



) and surface water (ecological and chemical);



b) groundwater (chemical and quantitative),



c) protected areas,



-an overview of identified significant and sustained upward trends,



-Overview of the monitoring sites on which quality standards have been exceeded

groundwater or thresholds,



-a summary of how to contribute reviews of trends of individual monitoring

points within a body or a group of bodies of groundwater to identify

significant and sustained upward trend in terms of the concentration of

pollutant or its changes, and the reasons for the beginning of trend reversals



-estimates of the level of confidence and precision of the results of the survey programmes

and evaluation of water status and an explanation of how, as in the evaluation of

exceedances of groundwater quality standards or

threshold values at individual monitoring points.



5. the list of objectives established under section 12 for surface water, groundwater, and

protected areas, complemented by



-a summary of water bodies, where it has been applied to Section 23a

paragraph. 4 of the Act,



-a summary of water bodies, where it has been applied to Section 23a

paragraph. 7 of the Act,



-a summary of water bodies, where it has been invoked section 26

paragraph. 5 of the Act, including the appropriate conditions and indicators,



-a summary of information in accordance with § 14 of the heavily modified and artificial water

the departments



-the list of threshold values for each of those groundwater bodies, including

summary information about their relationship to the natural concentration

of pollutants, environmental quality standards or other

standards and other important information on toxicology, ecotoxicology,

bioakmulačním persistence, potential pollutants and tend to

to be distracted.



6. A summary of the results of the economic analysis of water use in accordance with § 11, including



-information on the yields of various water use to cover the cost of

water services,



-information on the planned steps towards the application of the principle of

cost recovery for water services, including environmental

costs and resource costs, and targeted to achieve the aims

the protection of water as the elements of the environment, in accordance with the principle of

polluter pays principle



-where appropriate, the reasons for incomplete application of the principle of recovery of infrastructure costs.



7. a summary of the programme or programmes of measures adopted pursuant to § 17 including

the procedures through which it is to be achieved the objectives adopted pursuant to §

12



-a summary of the measures required for the implementation of legislation of the European

the community in the field of water protection



-a report on the practical steps and measures pursuant to § 4 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (b))

for application of the principle of recovery of the costs of water use,



-a summary of the measures for the water used or intended for the abstraction of water intended

for human consumption,



-a summary of the measures to improve the quality of bathing water,



-a summary of the controls on abstraction and impoundment of water, including

justification for any exemptions,



-a summary of the restrictions adopted in relation to the discharge of pollution from point

resources and other activities having a bearing on the status of water,



-the identification of cases in which it was applied to section 17 para. 4 and 5

enumeration of bodies of water, including the rationale and description of how this

application of impacting programs, assessment and evaluation of water status,



-a summary of the measures against water pollution by substances listed in annex No.

1 of the Act,



-a summary of the measures taken to prevent or reduce the impact of the cases

accidental marine pollution and information about the measures to be taken

in exceptional circumstances,



-a summary of the measures taken pursuant to section 26 paragraph 1. 4 of the Act,



-details of the supplementary measures required to meet the

adopted targets for the protection and improvement of the State of surface and ground

waters and aquatic ecosystems,



-details of the measures taken to avoid increase in pollution of the

marine waters,



-details of the measures that are deemed necessary for the

targeted to achieve good status of the water body in the long term

under section 23a para. 5 of the Act, the reasons for any delay and the

the expected timetable for their implementation, including a cost estimate,



-description of the measures to reduce the extent of the mixing zones in the future, for example.

measures to eliminate pollution of surface water, the substances referred to in

the list of priority substances and measures for the gradual reduction of

pollution of surface waters by other substances, the review of the permits referred to in

Act No. 76/2002 Coll. on integrated prevention, regulation of discharges

of pollutants from point sources of pollution,



-an overview of measures carried out in the context of cross-border

pollution and a description of the steps that have been taken at the level of the competent

international river basin district, or the level of the European Union,



-an assessment of the most cost-effective combination of measures based on

These measures cost estimates and funding strategy measures.



8. Registration of more detailed programmes and management plans for that part of the

the international part of the river basin district on the territory of the United States relating to the

in particular, the sub-basins, sectors, issues or water types, namely

at the same time with a summary of their contents.



9. A summary of the measures for informing the public and

consultations, their results and the changes that were caused by

carried out in the river basin management plan.



10. a list of competent authorities and a description of the administrative coordination of work

the processing of the river basin management plan.



11. the contact points and procedures for obtaining the basic documentation and

information and, in particular, details of authorizations of the waste-water management and the

the current results of the survey and evaluation of water status under section 21

the law.



The update of the national river basin management plan also includes



1. Summary of changes since the publication of the previous River basin management plan, including an overview

implemented and planned measures for departments with specific objectives

the protection of water.



2. Assessment of progress made in achieving the objectives of protection of water as a folder

the environment, including their designation in the map of the substrate,

results of the evaluation of water status in the period of the previous plan and the

an explanation of the reasons for the failure to comply with the objectives of the protection of water as the elements of the

environment.



3. Summary and explanation of the pending measures from previous plans.



4. a summary of the additional measures referred to in section 26 para. 4 (b). (d)) of the Act from the

the publication of the previous River basin management plans.



5. A summary of the effects of exceptional circumstances and a summary of the measures referred to in section 26

paragraph. 5 (b). e) of the Act.



Annex 2



List of maps in the river basin management plans



River basin management plans shall cover the following maps



1. River basins and sub-basins



2. The surface water-types



3. Surface water bodies-category



4. the location and boundaries of groundwater



5. Bodies of water with subscriptions of water intended for human consumption



6. The bathing water, nutrient-sensitive areas



7. The area defined for the protection of habitats or species, protected bird

area




8. the surface water monitoring network



9. Ecological status and ecological potential for bodies of surface water



10. compliance with environmental quality standards for other pollutants

in bodies of surface water



11. The chemical status of bodies of surface water



12. compliance with environmental quality standards for heavy metals in departments

surface waters



13. compliance with environmental quality standards for pesticides in the departments

surface waters



14. compliance with environmental quality standards for industrial pollutants

substances in the bodies of surface water



15. compliance with environmental quality standards for other pollutants

in bodies of surface water



16. Monitoring network of groundwater quantitative status-



17. Monitoring network of groundwater chemical status



18. The chemical status of bodies of groundwater, and identification services

groundwater with a significant permanent upward trend of polluting

substances, where necessary, to the reversal of this trend



19. compliance with quality standards or threshold values of the Snooper

places in groundwater



20. The chemical status of bodies of groundwater in terms of content of nitrates



21. The chemical status of bodies of groundwater in terms of content of pesticides



22. The chemical status of bodies of groundwater in terms of content other

the pollutants



23. The quantitative status of groundwater



24. Status of water bodies with subscriptions of water intended for human consumption



25. The environmental objectives for surface water bodies-environmental condition



26. The environmental objectives for surface water bodies-chemical state



27. Environmental objectives for bodies of groundwater quantitative status-



28. Environmental objectives for bodies of groundwater chemical status



29. The scope of the competent authorities



Annex 3



The basic content of the plan sub-basin



1. A general description of the characteristics of the Sub-basin of the established pursuant to § 8

up to 10, which will include, in particular,



1.1. for surface waters



-maps of the location and boundaries of bodies of surface water,



-maps of the surface water body types



-information about the defined mixing zones and their scope



1.2. for groundwater



-mapping of the location and boundaries of the groundwater,



-information about groundwater, in particular information on

their size, relationships with related bodies of surface water,

water and directly dependent terrestrial ecosystems, and information about

the natural concentration of air pollutants.



2. a summary of significant pressures and impact of human activity on the status of the

surface water and groundwater, including



-information on the point sources of pollution, their location, and information about

the affected departments surface water and groundwater,



-information on diffuse sources of pollution, information about affected

bodies of surface water and groundwater and the utilization of land,



-information on the effects of the quantitative status of water and information about

the affected departments of groundwater,



-analysis of other impacts of human activity on the status of water,



-reviews of trends and kontaminačních the clouds,



-information on emissions, discharges and releases substances according to § 9 para. 2

(a). (c)).



3. identify and map representation of the protected areas.



4. the results of the survey and evaluation of water status including



-information about the monitoring networks established for the purposes of detection and

evaluation of water status and the status of protected areas, information on the results

monitoring programs for the State of



) and surface water (ecological and chemical);



b) groundwater (chemical and quantitative),



c) protected areas,



-an overview of identified significant and sustained upward trends,



-Information on monitoring places where standards have been exceeded

groundwater quality or thresholds,



-a summary of how to contribute reviews of trends of individual monitoring

points within a body or a group of bodies of groundwater to identify

significant and sustained upward trend in terms of the concentration of

pollutant or its changes, and the reasons for the beginning of trend reversals



-estimates of the level of confidence and precision of the results of the survey programmes

and evaluation of the status of surface water and groundwater, including an explanation of the

the way they were when evaluating exceedances of the standards

groundwater quality or threshold values at individual

monitoring points.



5. the list of objectives established under section 12 for surface water, groundwater, and

protected areas, complemented by



-detailed information about water bodies where it has been applied to Section 23a

paragraph 4 of the law,



-detailed information about water bodies where it has been applied to Section 23a

paragraph 7 of the Act,



-detailed information about water bodies where it has been invoked section 26

paragraph 5 of the law, including the applicable conditions and indicators,



-detailed information in accordance with § 14 of the heavily modified and artificial water

departments.



6. information on the yields of various water use to cover the cost of

water services.



7. Proposals for actions referred to in section 17, including the procedures by which

to be achieved the objectives adopted pursuant to section 12 of the



-design of the measures required for the implementation of legislation of the European

the community in the field of the protection of water, including a cost estimate,



-the proposal of measures for water used or intended for the abstraction of water intended

for human consumption, including a cost estimate,



-the proposal for measures to improve the quality of bathing water, including the estimate of

costs,



-a proposal for restriction on abstraction and impoundment of water, including

justification for any exemptions, including a cost estimate,



-proposed restrictions in relation to the discharges from point sources and

other activities having a bearing on the status of water including a cost estimate,



-detailed information about the cases in which the application of § 17 para. 4

and 5 including a cost estimate and a description of how this application reflected in

survey programmes and to assess the State of water,



-the proposal for measures against pollution of water the substances referred to in annex No.

1 of the law, including a cost estimate,



-a description of the measures taken to prevent or reduce the impact of the cases

accidental marine pollution and the draft of the measures to be taken for

exceptional circumstances, including a cost estimate,



-a description of the measures taken pursuant to section 26 paragraph 1. 4 of law including the estimate of

costs,



-details about the additional measures necessary for compliance with adopted

the objectives for the protection and improvement of the status of surface water and groundwater, and

aquatic ecosystems including a cost estimate,



-details of the measures taken to avoid increase in pollution of the

marine waters, including a cost estimate,



-proposals for measures which are considered necessary for the targeted

to achieve good status of the water body in the period extended pursuant to section

23A para. 5 of the Act, the reasons for any delay and the expected

the timetable for their implementation, including a cost estimate,



-a draft of the measures to reduce the extent of the mixing zones in the future, for example.

measures to eliminate pollution of surface water, the substances referred to in

the list of priority substances and measures for the gradual reduction of

pollution of surface waters by other substances, the review of the permits referred to in

Act No. 76/2002 Coll. on integrated prevention, regulation of discharges

of pollutants from point sources of pollution,



-proposals for measures carried out in the context of cross-border

pollution,



-proposals for measures to reduce the adverse effects of floods in the territories,

that has not been defined as a territory with a significant risk, including the estimate of

costs,



-proposals for measures to reduce the adverse effects of drought, including the estimate of

costs,



-proposals for measures for the management of surface and groundwater and

sustainable use of water and to ensure water services including

the cost estimate,



-the proposal of measures for improving the aquatic and environmental protection

stability of the landscape, including a cost estimate.



8. A list of more detailed programmes and management plans in the Sub-basin,

relating in particular to the sectors, issues or water types, together

with a summary of their contents.



9. A summary of the measures for informing the public and

consultations, their results and the changes that were caused by

carried out in the river basin management plan.



10. a list of competent authorities and a description of the administrative coordination of work

the processing of the river basin management plan.



11. the contact points and procedures for obtaining the basic documentation and

information and, in particular, details of authorizations of the waste-water management and the

the current results of the survey and evaluation of water status under section 21

the law.



12. the conclusions of the preliminary flood risk assessment and the results of the analyses

areas with a significant flood risk and documentation areas

a significant flood risk.



Update plan also contains sub-basin



1. Information about the changes from the previous publication River basin management plan, including

Overview of realized and planned measures for special services

the objectives of water protection.



2. Assessment of progress made in achieving the objectives of protection of water as a folder

the environment, including their designation in the map of the substrate,

results of the evaluation of water status in the period of the previous plan and the

an explanation of the reasons for the failure to comply with the objectives of the protection of water as the elements of the


environment.



3. Information about the pending measures from previous plans with

an explanation of the reasons.



4. information on additional measures in accordance with § 26 para. 4 (b). (d))

Since the publication of the previous Act River basin management plans.



5. Summary of consequences of extraordinary circumstances, and information about the measures taken under

§ 26 para. 5 (b). e) of the Act.



Annex 4



The contents of the flood risk management plan



1. the conclusions of the preliminary flood risk assessment and the establishment of areas

with significant risks to which povodňovými is covered by this plan, including the

presentation of the.



2. Description of the appropriate objectives of flood risk management in the framework of in accordance

with § 12 para. 6.



3. flood hazard Maps and flood risk maps and the conclusions that

of these maps can be drawn.



4. A summary of the measures and their effectiveness, economic efficiency and

priorities, including flood-related measures taken under other

legislation.



5. a description of the methodology used in the analysis of international river basin

cost-benefit analysis to assess measures with transnational effects, if

available.



6. A description of the prioritisation and the way in which progress will be monitored

implementation of the plan.



7. A summary of the measures or action undertaken to inform the public and

consultation with her.



8. a list of competent authorities and a description of the coordination process within the

international river basin district and in the sub-basins.



9. Description of the procedure of coordination with the river basin management plans.



Updates of the flood risk management plan also includes



1. A summary of any changes or updates since the publication of the previous plan,

including a summary of the reviews carried out in accordance with § 25 para. 1 of the law.



2. Evaluation of progress in the achievement of the objectives referred to in § 12 para. 6.



3. Description and explanation of all the measures of the previous plan, which was

scheduled, but has not been made.



4. A description of any additional measures since the publication of the previous plan.



5. Information on the likely impacts of climate change on the occurrence of the

flood.



1) Article. 2 (2). 32 and 38, article. 5 (3). 1, art. 9. 2 and 4, article. 10, art.

11 (1) 2 to 4, article. in article 13(3). 4 to 6, article. 14, annexes II, III, V, VI, and

(VII) European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/60/EC of 23 December 2003. October

2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water

the policy, as amended.



Article. 4 (4). 2, article. 5, art. 6 (1). 3 to 5 and 7, article. 7 (2). 2 and article. 14

paragraph. 4 European Parliament and Council Directive 2007/60/EC of 23 December 2003.

October 2007 on the assessment and management of flood risks.



Article. 3 (2). 5, art. 4 (4). 4 and 5, article. 5 (3). 4 and 5 and article. 6 of Directive

The European Parliament and of the Council 2006/118/EC of 12 July 2005. December 2006 on the

protection of groundwater against pollution and deterioration.



2) Directive 2006/7/EC on the management of bathing water quality and repealing

Directive 75/106/EEC.



Directive 79/409/EEC on the conservation of wild birds.



Directive 98/83/EC on the quality of water intended for human consumption.



Directive 96/82/EC on the control of major-accident hazards involving

of hazardous substances.



Directive 85/337/EEC on the assessment of the effects of certain public and private

projects on the environment, as amended by Directive 97/11/EC, directive

2003/35/EC and directive 2009/31/EC.



Directive 86/278/EEC on the protection of the environment and in particular of the soil, when you

the use of sewage sludge in agriculture.



Directive 91/271/EEC on urban waste water treatment.



Directive 91/414/EEC concerning the placing on the market of plant protection products.



Directive 91/676/EEC concerning the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from

agricultural resources.



Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild

fauna and flora.



Directive 2008/1/EC concerning integrated pollution prevention and control.



Directive 82/176/EEC on limit values and quality objectives for

mercury discharges by the chlor-alkali electrolysis industry, as amended by

Directive 2006/11/EC.



Directive 83/513/EEC on limit values and quality objectives for

discharges of cadmium, as amended by Directive 2006/11/EC.



Directive 84/156/EEC on the mercury, as amended by Directive 2008/105/EEC.



Directive 84/491/EEC on discharges of hexachlorocyclohexane, as amended by

Directive 2006/11/EC.



Directive 86/280/EEC on discharges of dangerous substances, as amended by Directive

2008/105/EC.



Directive 2006/11/EC on pollution caused by certain dangerous substances

discharged into the aquatic environment of the community.



Directive 2008/105/EC on environmental quality standards in the field of water

policy.



3) § 4 paragraph 2. 2 of Decree-Law No 430/2006 Coll., on the establishment of surveying

reference systems and the national map works on the territory of the State and mandatory

the principles of their use.



4) Act No. 276/2001 Coll. on public water supply and sewerage Act

the need for, and on amendments to certain acts (the Act on water supplies and sewerage Act),

in the wording of later regulations.



5) Act No. 139/2002 Coll., on land and land offices,

and on the amendment of the Act No. 229/1991 regulating ownership of land and

other agricultural property as amended by later regulations.



6) Act No. 25/2008 Coll., on integrated pollution registry life

environment and on the integrated system of reporting obligations on the implementation

environment and amending certain laws, as amended by

amended.



7) the agreement on the International Commission for the protection of the Elbe of 8 June. October 1990.



Communication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No. 2/2003 Coll. m. s., the negotiation

Convention on the International Commission for the protection of the oder against pollution.



Communication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No 122/1999 Coll., on negotiation of

The Convention on cooperation for the protection and reasonable use of the river Danube.



8) Article. 5 (3). 1 European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/105/EC of

16 December 2002. December 2008 on environmental quality standards in the field of water

policies, change and the subsequent cancellation of Council directives 82/176/EEC,

83/513/EEC, 84/156/EEC, 84/491/EEC and 86/280/EEC and amending Directive

European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/60/EC.



for example, the programme of action 9) pursuant to § 33 para. 2 of the Act, a program to

reduce the pollution of surface and groundwater by hazardous noxious

substances and particularly hazardous substances according to § 39 para. 3 of the Act.



10) Article. 5 (3). 2 and 4 of Directive 2008/105/EC.



11) Act No. 114/1992 Coll., on nature and landscape protection, as amended by

amended.



12) Law No. 20/1987 Coll. on State heritage preservation, as amended

regulations.



13) Article. 14. 2 of Directive 2000/60/EC.



14) Act No. 61/1988 Coll. on mining activities, explosives and the State

Mining Administration, as amended.



15) European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/31/EC of 23 December 2003. April

2009 on the geological storage of carbon dioxide.



16) for example, Decree No 470/2001 Coll., laying down the list of

major watercourses and the method of implementation of activities related to

the management of watercourses, as amended.



17) for example, Appendix 3 of Act No. 76/2002 Coll. on integrated

pollution prevention and control, on the integrated pollution registry and

on amendments to certain acts (the Act on integrated prevention), as amended by

Act No. 222/2006 Coll. and Act No. 69/Sb.