On The Definition Of The Main Resorts Of Hydro-Geological And Groundwater

Original Language Title: o vymezení hydrogeologických rajonů a útvarů podzemních vod

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5/2011 Sb.



DECREE



of 20 December. December 2010



on the definition of the main resorts of hydro-geological and groundwater, how

reviews the State of the groundwater and the constituent survey programmes and

evaluation of groundwater status



264/2015: Sb.



Ministry of environment and Ministry of agriculture lays down

pursuant to § 21 para. 3 of Act No. 254/2001 Coll. on waters and amending certain

acts (the Water Act), as amended by Act No. 20/2004 Coll. and Act No.

150/2010 Coll.:



TITLE I OF THE



INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



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

covers:



and the way the definition of hydrogeological main resorts), the definition of bodies

waters,



(b)) the condition assessment method of groundwater and



(c)) the details of survey programmes for, and assessment of the State of groundwater.



§ 2



Definition of terms



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



a) pollutant substance that may endanger the quality of groundwater,



(b)) the input of pollutants into groundwater, the direct or indirect

the introduction of pollutants into groundwater as a result of human

activities,



c) groundwater quality standard, a standard of the environmental quality,

expressed as the concentration of a particular pollutant or group of pollutants

or the value of the indicator of pollution in groundwater, which should not be

exceeded in order to protect human health and the environment,



d) threshold of the environmental quality standard that is listed in the

table 1 of annex 5 of this order,



(e) the value of the reference value) concentration of a pollutant or

indicator of pollution in groundwater, which indicates

the impact of human activity and the deterioration of these waters,



(f) significant and sustained upward) trend any statistically and from

environmentally significant increase of concentration of a contaminant

the substances or groups of substances or the values of the indicator of pollution of groundwater

waters, for which it is necessary to reverse this trend and to establish the origin of tipping

This trend in accordance with section 9 and part (B) of annex 2 to this Decree,



(g) the concentration of the substance concentration) or pointer value,

that corresponds to the conditions, which are not affected by human activities,



(h)) to the default levels of average annual value of the results of the survey programmes

groundwater status at least from the years 2007 and 2008, or, in the case of substances

identified after the expiry of those years, during the first period,

for which it is available the representative period of monitoring data,



I) monitoring type and place of sampling point of groundwater, or

water immediately rising from springs or the place where it is located

stable equipment designed to monitor the status of the layers or levels

the groundwater or the richness of sources, and not covered by the

authorization to the treatment of waters,



j) monitoring the place of type B instead of sampling of groundwater, or

water immediately rising from springs or the place where it is located

stable equipment designed to monitor the status of the layers or levels

the groundwater or the richness of sources, and covered by the authorisation

to waste waters ^ 2)



the groundwater monitoring network) file monitoring sites by

the letters i and j)) that is provided for in the respective programme monitoring,



l) network detection of groundwater status file monitoring sites

According to the letter i) and (j)), the results of which will be used for the evaluation of the State of

groundwater and groundwater quality,



m) kontaminačním a cloud focused cloud of pollutants, which

can spread in the groundwater.



TITLE II



DEFINITION OF THE MAIN RESORTS AND THE DEFINITION OF HYDROGEOLOGICAL GROUNDWATER



§ 3



Definition of hydrogeological main resorts



(1) the hydrogeological rajony are defined on the basis of natural

characteristics, in particular in accordance with hydrogeological conditions of fissure type of aquifer and

circulation of groundwater.



(2) the hydrogeological rajony are composed of one or more services

groundwater.



(3) the list of hydrogeological main Resorts is listed in Appendix 6 of this

the Decree.



(4) details of borders and location of hydrogeological main resorts are

registered in accordance with section 22 paragraph 1. 4 (b). and) Water Act.



§ 4



The definition of groundwater



(1) the list of groundwater is given in Appendix 6 of this

the Decree.



(2) those groundwater bodies are defined in the depth of the top, base and

the deep layer.



(3) data on the location and boundaries of groundwater are recorded in

accordance with section 22 paragraph 1. 4 (b). and) Water Act.



TITLE III



§ 5



Evaluation of groundwater status



Evaluation of groundwater status consists of



and condition assessment) of groundwater,



(b)) the evaluation of significant and sustained upward trends and kontaminačních

clouds and



c) evaluation of the quality of groundwater.



§ 6



How to evaluate the status of bodies of groundwater



(1) the assessment of the status of bodies of groundwater lies in the evaluation of their

the chemical and quantitative status.



(2) to evaluate the status of bodies of groundwater are used results

obtained from the network discovery State groundwater analyses of General and

water catchment area of the characteristics and evaluation of the impact of human

the activities of the status of bodies of groundwater.



(3) the assessment of the status of bodies of groundwater cross-border

takes place in cooperation of the parties concerned within the framework of the International Commission ^ 3).



(4) in the graphical representation of the good status of groundwater

indicates a green and non-compliance with the color red.



§ 7



The method of assessment of the chemical status of bodies of groundwater



(1) the assessment of the chemical status of bodies of groundwater shall be carried out for the

all groundwater bodies once every six years, the procedure

as defined in annex 3 to this notice.



(2) the assessment of the chemical status of bodies of groundwater, the risk

done at least for all pollutants such

the designation makes a contribution.



(3) the assessment of the chemical status of bodies of groundwater are used

groundwater quality standards. If the administrator or authorized Professional basin

body referred to in section 21 para. 4 water act with regard to the results of the

the detection and assessment of the State of groundwater for the body

water assumes that the groundwater quality standards could thwart

achievement of the environmental objectives of related departments

surface waters referred to in Section 23a of the water law or result in a significant

the deterioration of the ecological or chemical quality of such bodies, or to

significant damage to terrestrial ecosystems which are at the service of the

groundwater directly dependent, shall establish in accordance with table No 1 of the annex

# 5 of this Ordinance more stringent threshold values. Programmes and measures

related to these thresholds shall apply also for

the activities provided for in § 33 of the Water Act and the Government Ordinance on the determination of

vulnerable zones and action programme ^ 10).



(4) the results of the assessment of the chemical status of bodies of groundwater,

express the classification of a good or unsatisfactory.



§ 8



The method of assessment of the quantitative status of groundwater



(1) the assessment of the quantitative status of groundwater bodies shall be carried out

for all groundwater bodies once every six years, the procedure

as defined in annex 4 of this order.



(2) the results of the assessment of the quantitative status of groundwater is

express the classification of a good or unsatisfactory.



§ 9



Method of evaluation of significant and sustained upward trends and reviews

kontaminačních clouds



(1) the evaluation of significant and sustained upward trends shall be carried out for the

of a pollutant, group of pollutants or values

indicators of pollution found in bodies of groundwater risk

once every six years under the conditions defined parts and annex 2 to the

This Decree.



(2) the results of the evaluation of significant and sustained upward trend in the

expressed as identified or unidentified significant and sustained

the upward trend.



(3) For identified significant and sustained upward trends shall be

the beginning of a reversal of this trend in accordance with part B of annex 2 to this

the Decree as a percentage of the level of the groundwater quality standards

set out in table 1 of annex 1 to this notice and threshold

values.



(4) in the identification of significant and sustained upward trends

pollutants that occur naturally and the influence of human

activities, taking into account the default levels, and if there are any, to data

the data collected before the start of the monitoring of the relevant programmes.



(5) for the evaluation of significant and sustained upward trends are used

the data from the operational monitoring and surveillance, and monitoring shall be determined

year or period from which trend identification records.



(6) the basis for the evaluation of significant and sustained upward trends is

in particular, the evaluation of the quality of groundwater and the assessment of the evolution of the quality

groundwater.



(7) the assessment of kontaminačních clouds is performed once every six years for

all free from the clouds, which may endanger the objectives of water protection as

environmental, and consists in the evaluation of trends in pollutants

substances identified in them.




(8) the result of the evaluation of the trends of pollutants in kontaminačních

the clouds referred to in paragraph 7, the information about the direction of propagation kontaminačních

clouds, their impact on the chemical status of bodies of groundwater, and the risk

that may pose to human health and the environment.



(9) when the graphical representation is significant and sustained upward trend

of pollutants indicates a black dot, the beginning of a reversal of a significant

and sustained upward trend indicates the blue dot.



§ 10



Method of evaluation of the quality of groundwater



(1) the evaluation of the quality of groundwater is carried out once a year for the

individual monitoring points the procedure defined parts and annex No. 5

to this Decree.



(2) shall apply to the evaluation of the quality of the reference values set out in

Annex No. 5 to this Decree.



§ 11



Method of evaluation of development of groundwater quality



(1) the development of groundwater quality Evaluation shall be carried out once every three

years for each of the monitoring procedure defined space, part B

Annex No. 5 to this Decree.



(2) the result of the evaluation of the development of groundwater quality is rising,

the declining trend in the concentrations of the individual fixed or polluting

the substances or their indicators.



§ 12



Ensure the quality system



Survey on the situation of the groundwater shall be carried out by laboratories which:



and have established quality system) in accordance with the Act on technical

requirements for products ^ 4) and in accordance with ČSN EN ISO/IEC 17025,



b) interlaboratory comparison programs participate in tests

organized to accredited organizations (ISO/IEC Guide 43-1)

that cover the entire range of indicators in the context of checking system status

the waters of the laboratory pursues and



(c)), the national accreditation body shall demonstrate competence through the implementation of

analyses of available reference materials typical for samples,

that contain the appropriate values of the concentrations in relation to the competent

environmental quality standards.



section 13 of the



The minimum performance criteria of methods of analyses



(1) the minimum performance criteria for all the methods have

the level of the relevant quality standards and threshold values for groundwater

combined extended measurement uncertainty (U2k) 50% or lower. The limit of

of determination is equal to or below 30% of the corresponding quality standards

groundwater and threshold values.



(2) If, for a given indicator there is appropriate quality standard

groundwater or there is no method of analysis that meets the minimum

performance criteria referred to in paragraph 1, such indicators will monitor

implemented best available techniques not entailing excessive

costs. The rationale and the description of the best available techniques shall be indicated

in the respective programme monitoring.



§ 14



Processing of the results of the analyses of chemical indicators



(1) the scope of the analysis of the chemical parameters is given to each

monitoring programmes.



(2) in order to ensure an acceptable degree of accuracy and precision for the purposes

evaluation of water status with relevant quality standards for groundwater, taking into

account the combined expanded measurement uncertainty (U2k).



(3) if the value of the indicators in a given sample are below the limits

of determination, measurement results for calculating average values

shall be at half the value of the limit of determination.



(4) if the mean value of the measurement results, calculated according to the procedure

paragraph 3 is below the limit of determination, the value is

referred to as less than the limit of determination.



(5) paragraph 3 shall not apply in the case of groundwater quality standards for

total pesticides set out in annex 1 to this notice, or in the

cases where it is a pointer that is part of the overall sum

the Group of indicators including their daughters or reaction products

or metabolites. In this case, the result is below the limit of determination

and shall not be counted in the Grand total includes only the values

individual indicators in the group above the limit of determination.



§ 15



The groundwater monitoring network



(1) groundwater monitoring network is proposed in accordance with the framework

program assessment and evaluation of water status and protected areas of the Czech

Republic (hereinafter referred to as "the framework programme monitoring"), and according to the purpose,

divided into:



and) monitoring network of groundwater chemical status,



b) monitoring network of groundwater quantitative status.



(2) monitoring network of groundwater chemical status is proposed,

to provide a coherent overview of groundwater quality in the Sub-basin,

allow to identify significant and sustained upward trends

pollutants and to assess the chemical status of bodies of

groundwater pursuant to this Ordinance.



(3) monitoring network of groundwater quantitative status is proposed

so that:



and reliable data) provided to assess the quantitative status bodies

of groundwater, or groups of bodies of groundwater in accordance with this Ordinance,

including evaluation of usable quantities of groundwater, natural

sources, levels and modes, a spreading rate of groundwater,



(b)) contained a number of representative monitoring points and the frequency of

measurements in the range, enabling the progress of the groundwater level,

an estimate of the size and direction of flow of groundwater levels and mode

yield in each body of groundwater or group of bodies of groundwater

waters with regard to the short-term and long-term variability of their

refilling,



(c)) for bodies of groundwater at risk provide you with such density

monitoring points and the frequency of measurements that will allow the evaluation of the impact of

abstractions and discharges on the layer mode and a spreading rate of groundwater and

associated bodies of surface water, aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems,



(d)) for groundwater bodies that have a cross-border nature,

ensure the number of monitoring sites and the frequency of measurements that will allow

provide an estimate of the size and direction of the groundwater flow and the findings

influence mode levels and rate of groundwater.



TITLE IV



ESSENTIALS OF SURVEY PROGRAMMES FOR AND ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE OF GROUNDWATER



section 16 of the



Programs for the detection and assessment of the State of groundwater



(1) Programmes for the detection and assessment of the State of groundwater are:



and) the framework programme monitoring,



(b) groundwater monitoring Program),



c) exploratory Programs of monitoring.



(2) the monitoring of groundwater pursuant to paragraph 1. (b))

composed of:



surveillance monitoring Programme) groundwater



(b) operational monitoring Programme) groundwater



(c) the Monitoring Programme) groundwater quantitative status.



(3) a body to ensure the survey programmes and assessment of the State

groundwater in accordance with approved programs of monitoring assesses the

intervals not exceeding three years, the progress and performance of the individual

monitoring programmes.



(4) the programme of surveillance monitoring of groundwater, the Program operation

monitoring of groundwater quantitative status and Program monitoring

groundwater will be updated no later than six years from their

approval, and at the latest on 31 December 2001. October of the preceding

of the calendar year.



Groundwater monitoring program



§ 17



Surveillance of groundwater monitoring program



(1) surveillance of the monitoring Program is based on the framework programme

monitoring is the basis, in particular, for



and additions and verify the results) the analysis of General and water management

the characteristics of the river basin and evaluation of the effects of human activity on the status of the

groundwater,



(b) the assessment of the chemical status of all) of groundwater and

the identification of significant and sustained upward trends of pollutant

substances,



(c) the long-term development of quality) evaluation caused by changes in the natural

conditions,



d) evaluation of the quality of groundwater,



(e)), the water balance management



(f) appropriate and effective suggestions) to update other programs

monitoring,



g) planning in the areas of water,



h) international monitoring programs, and for the purposes of cooperation in the

international river basin areas,



I) draft programmes of measures pursuant to section 26 of the water law.



(2) the surveillance monitoring shall, in particular:



and) monitoring network of groundwater chemical status, including a list of

monitoring sites,



b) watch list indicators, frequency of monitoring for each

monitoring space, including requirements for reliability and accuracy

the results, while at all monitoring points are, without exception,

tracked indicators: oxygen, pH, conductivity, nitrates and

ammonium ions.



(3) at selected monitoring sites high-risk bodies

the waters are monitored by indicators that such designation of a body

groundwater contribute. The selected monitoring location in this

the meaning of means monitoring a place that may affect the impact of human

the activities identified in the framework of the evaluation of the effects and impacts on the status of the

groundwater.



(4) on the selected monitoring points of groundwater

the cross-border nature of those indicators are tracked, which

apply to protect all uses of a given body of groundwater

dependent on the flow of water. These indicators are set out in the framework of the

cooperation in international commissions ^ 3).



(5) the programme of surveillance of monitoring is proposed on the basis of the analyses


General and water management River basin characteristics and evaluation

the impact of human activity on the status of the groundwater for each period

the validity of the river basin management plans.



section 18



Operational monitoring of the groundwater program



(1) the operational monitoring of the groundwater Program is based on the Framework

program monitoring is the basis, in particular, for:



and the assessment of the chemical status of the risk) of groundwater and

the identification of significant and sustained upward trends of pollutant

substances,



b) evaluation of the quality of groundwater,



(c) the management of the water balance,)



(d) in the area of water planning),



(e)) the international monitoring programs, and for the purposes of cooperation in the

international river basins and areas



f) proposals for programmes of measures pursuant to section 26 of the water law.



(2) the operational monitoring shall, in particular:



and) monitoring network of groundwater chemical status, including a list of

monitoring sites,



(b)) the lists of controlled indicators and frequency of monitoring for each

monitoring space, including requirements for reliability and accuracy

results, whereby:



1. the monitoring points of the relevant risk of a body

the waters are monitored by indicators of pollutants, that such

designation of groundwater,



2. the monitoring points, where the results of the evaluation of the quality suggest

75% reached the level of the quality standards laid down in annex No. 1.

This order and the thresholds, the indicators are tracked

pollutants, for which this was achieved.



(3) the operational monitoring Programme is carried out in the years when it is not

carried out surveillance monitoring Programme.



§ 19



The program of monitoring of groundwater quantitative status



(1) a Program of monitoring of groundwater quantitative status is based on the

The monitoring of the framework programme and is the basis for:



and) reviews of groundwater quantitative status,



(b) the levels and mode) the evaluation of the strength of the sources of groundwater, including

their long-term trends and the balance between replenishing and subscriptions

groundwater,



(c)) the evaluation of the natural resources of groundwater,



(d) water balance) management pursuant to § 22 of the Water Act,



e) planning in the areas of water,



f) proposals for programmes of measures pursuant to section 26 of the water law.



(2) the monitoring of groundwater quantitative status provides

in particular:



and) monitoring network of groundwater quantitative status, including

the list of monitoring sites and their number,



(b) monitoring of and) the frequency of the strength of the sources for each monitoring

instead.



section 20



Reconnaissance monitoring programs



(1) Programmes of investigative monitoring shall be based on the framework programme

monitoring and provides:



and the reasons for the introduction of the survey) the monitoring, the objectives of the survey

monitoring and its links to other programs, monitoring,



(b)) the definition of monitoring sites,



(c)) the lists of controlled indicators and frequency of monitoring for each

the monitoring location.



(2) the programmes of investigative monitoring shall be applied:



and) where there were extraordinary phenomena and their causes are not known,



(b)) in the event that the results of surveillance monitoring and evaluation trends

indicate the probability of failing to achieve good water status and the water

the Department has not yet been included in the programme, operational monitoring,



(c)) in order to determine the size and impact of accidental pollution, or



(d)) in order to provide information for the establishment of a programme of measures to

achieving the objectives of water protection.



(3) the exploratory Programs of monitoring are processed according to the needs,

always in relation to groundwater bodies.



(4) the initiative to deploy reconnaissance monitoring gives an administrator the catchment area according to the

section 54 of the Water Act, the Czech environmental inspection, the municipality with

expanded authority or designated expert body pursuant to § 21 para. 4

Water Act.



section 21



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the 15th day following the date of its publication.



The Minister of the environment:



Mgr. Drobil in r.



Minister of agriculture:



Ing. Fuksa in r.



Annex 1



The quality standards and the way the establishment of threshold values



Part A: groundwater quality standards



Table 1: groundwater quality standards



+---------------------------------------+---------------------------------------+

| Polluting substance | Quality standard |

+---------------------------------------+---------------------------------------+

| Nitrates | 50 mg/l |

+---------------------------------------+---------------------------------------+

| The active substances in pesticides | 0.1 µ g/l |

| including their major | 0.5 µ g/l (total pesticides) * |

| metabolites, degradation, and ||

| reaction products * | |

+---------------------------------------+---------------------------------------+



Explanatory notes:



Pesticides means preparations according to § 2 (2). 2 (a). g) of law No.

326/2004 Coll., on phytosanitary care and amendments to certain acts, and

biocidal products under section 2 of the Act No. 120/2002 on the conditions for the marketing of

biocidal products and active substances on the market and amending certain

related laws.



** "Pesticides" means the sum of all individual pesticides that

have been identified and which have been established under section 7 to 15 of this

the Decree.



Part B: method of determining threshold values groundwater



(1) the threshold values shall be established for all the pollutants and

indicators of pollution, on the basis of those groundwater bodies

referred to as being at risk.



(2) the Threshold values for the pollutants or indicators of pollution,

down so that when their excess at the monitoring site was not

one or more of the conditions of good chemical status in accordance with annex

# 3 of this order.



(3) the thresholds shall be determined having special regard to their impact on the

associated bodies of surface water, aquatic ecosystems, and the related

terrestrial ecosystems; are taken into consideration, inter alia, toxicology and

ecotoxicological properties.



(4) when the establishment of threshold values shall take account of:



and) range of interactions between groundwater and related

bodies of surface water, aquatic ecosystems, and the related

terrestrial ecosystems,



(b)) violation to actual or potential legitimate uses or

features of groundwater,



c) all pollutants, on the basis of the services of the underground

water indicate at risk, taking into account the minimum list

as set out in table 2 of this annex,



(d) the hydrogeological characteristics), including information on natural

concentrations and the water balance,



(e)) the origin of pollutants, their possible natural occurrence, their

toxicity and tendency to move around in the soil and aquifers,

their persistence and their bioaccumulation potential,



(f) data quality and scope) of the available data on the basis of the threshold

the values set, access different analytical methods in the determination of

the natural concentration of substances which may occur both naturally,

and, as a result of human activity.



(5) if there is a natural increase in the concentrations of substances or ions

or their indicators, on the basis of natural hydro-geological causes

you need to take into account these natural concentration for a given Department

groundwater in establishing the threshold values.



(6) the thresholds shall be at the level of a body of groundwater; threshold

values may be the same for multiple bodies of groundwater; When determining the

threshold values for groundwater bodies that have international

character or for bodies of groundwater that are found in the

international river basin district lays down threshold values in cooperation with

international commissions ^ 4).



(7) the list of threshold values will change if new information about

groups of pollutants, or indicators of pollution substances

suggest that the threshold should be established for other substance

or modified an existing threshold or threshold again

the value that was previously deleted from the list.



(8) the threshold values can be removed from the list if it is not already the

competent groundwater pollutants, groups of

of pollutants, or indicators of pollution risk.



Table 2: minimum list of pollutants and their indicators



+---------------------------+---------------------------+---------------------------+

| Substances, ions | Artificially produced | The parameters showing |

| may be present | synthetic fabrics | on the latter, or |

| naturally or as a result of | | other intrusions |

| human activity | | |

+---------------------------+---------------------------+---------------------------+

| Arsenic | Trichloroethylene | Conductivity |

| Cadmium | Tetrachloroethylene | |

| Lead | | |

| Mercury | | |

| Ammonium | | |

| Chloride | | |

| Sulphate | | |

+---------------------------+---------------------------+---------------------------+



Annex 2



Significant and sustained upward trend and the beginning of a reversal of the trend



Part a: conditions for the identification of significant and sustained upward trends




For the purposes of the identification of significant and sustained upward trends are:



and monitoring the program constructs), so that the frequency of monitoring and

the location of the monitoring sites:



i. provides the information necessary to ensure that such upward trends

It will be possible with sufficient accuracy and reliability to distinguish it from

natural fluctuations,



II. the identification of these early enough allows upward trends,

in order to carry out measures to prevent environmentally significant

deterioration in the quality of groundwater or is at least as much as possible

to mitigate this,



III. taking into account the current physical and chemical characteristics of the Department

groundwater, including groundwater flow conditions, speed

their recovery and the time of infiltration soil or subsoil,



(b)) the methods for monitoring and analysis, which are in accordance with § 17 and

section 18 of the Ordinance, where appropriate with the methods (methods issued by the

European Committee for Standardization) or national standardised methods, to

methods, so as to ensure the same professional quality and comparability of

the collected data,



(c)) for the analysis of trends at individual monitoring points shall apply

statistical methods such as regression analysis,



d) all measurements below the limit of determination, with the exception of

indicators, where their sum (e.g. pesticides) laid down in the

table 1 of annex 1 of this order, assigns half the value

the upper limit of determination demonstrated in time series.



Part B: how to identify the beginning of a reversal of significant and sustained

upward trend



(1) in the beginning of the reversal of a trend shall be regarded as the achievement of concentration

pollutants at a level of 75% of the value of groundwater quality standards

listed in table 1 of annex 1 of this order, and thresholds

If:



I need not be fixed before the trend reversal so that measures

leading to a trend reversal as efficiently as possible avoid environmentally

significant deterioration of the quality of groundwater, or at least the most

mitigate, or



II. There is no reason the determination of the beginning of trend reversals before, because it is

due to the limit of the impossible figure trend corresponding to level 75

% of the groundwater quality standards listed in table 1 of the annex

No. 1 of this Decree and the thresholds.



(2) the trend reversal can be determined at a later stage, if the speed

increasing options and trends are such that a later starting

measures to change the trend still allows the efficient prevention of any

environmentally significant detrimental changes in groundwater quality or its

mitigate as far as possible. Such a determination shall not lead to any

delay, as regards compliance with the deadlines of the objectives of water protection ^ 5).



(3) for the activities provided for in other legislation ^ 6) ^ 7), the initial

point for implementing measures to reverse the trend established in accordance with

the requirements of that legislation and the requirements of the objectives of protection

waters. ^ 5)



(4) as soon as the risk of groundwater determined the origin of the

reversal of the trend according to the previous provisions, it cannot be during the six-year

River basin management plan change.



Annex 3



Procedure for the assessment of the chemical status of bodies of groundwater



Part a: the criteria of good groundwater chemical status and unwanted

waters



(1) the chemical status of a body of groundwater, it is considered good if:



and the results of the monitoring) of groundwater:



1. do not show any signs of zasolení or other vniků pollutants

substances into groundwater,



2. polluting substances are not such as to have caused the failure

the objectives of the protection of water related bodies of surface water, the deterioration of the

chemical or organic status of these bodies of surface water, or

damage directly dependent terrestrial ecosystems,



(b)) the values of the groundwater quality standards or threshold values

set out in table 1 of annex 5 of this Decree are not exceeded

at any monitoring point in that body of groundwater or group of

bodies of groundwater.



(2) if the value of the quality standards or threshold laid down in

table 1 of annex 5 of this order is exceeded on one or more

monitoring points, the groundwater body done

the investigation procedure laid down in part B of this annex.



(3) the chemical status of a body of groundwater, it is considered good if

the investigation carried out in accordance with paragraph 2 shows that



and the concentration of pollutants in excess of) quality standards

groundwater or thresholds set out in table 1 of the annex.

5 of this Ordinance pose a significant risk to the environment, and

taking into account the extent of the groundwater,



(b)) are subject to the conditions laid down in point a) of paragraph 1 of this annex,



(c)) have met the requirements for protected areas established pursuant to

special legislation ^ 8) and



d) function of groundwater from which groundwater is used

for the various needs of society, in particular for the supply of the population

drinking water has not been significantly impaired by pollution.



(4) the chemical status of a body of groundwater, it is considered unsatisfactory,

If you are not satisfied the conditions of good chemical status of a body

groundwater as defined in paragraphs 1 to 3 of part A of this annex.



Part b: Particulars of the investigation



(1) the investigation carried out in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. 2 part A of this

the annex to take account of:



and) information collected in the context of the analysis of General and water management

the characteristics of the river basin, reviews the impact of human activity on the status of the services

groundwater ^ 3),



(b)) the results from the monitoring network obtained in accordance with sections 7 to 12 of this

the Decree,



c) any other relevant information, including a comparison of arithmetic

average annual concentrations of the relevant pollutants at one

monitoring point with the groundwater quality standards values

set out in table 1 of annex 1 of this order and the threshold

values.



(2) in the cases referred to in point (a)), and (d)). 3 of part A of this annex

additional examination is carried out, which preliminarily estimates the extent to which

exceed the annual arithmetic mean concentration of a pollutant standard

groundwater quality or threshold. This investigation shall be carried out on

the basis of the relevant summary of the survey results, or with the help of

concentration estimates based on the conceptual model of a body or a group of

bodies of groundwater.



(3) in the cases referred to in point (b)), and (c)). 3 of part A of this annex

additional examination is performed to evaluate:



and the impact of pollutants on) of groundwater,



(b)) the quantities and concentration of pollutants that are

transported, or there is a likelihood that they could be

transported from the body of groundwater to the associated surface waters

or directly dependent terrestrial ecosystems,



(c)) the likely impact of the quantity and concentrations of the pollutants

transported by the associated surface waters and directly dependent

terrestrial ecosystems,



d) extent and other vniků to groundwater,



e) threat which pollutants in groundwater

represent for the quality of water intended for human consumption.



Annex 4



Procedure for the assessment of groundwater quantitative status



(1) the quantitative status, it is considered good if:



and) the level of the groundwater levels in the groundwater body is such that

the amount of usable resources ^ 9) ground water products is a long-term

average annual quantity of listings and at the same time,



(b)) the level of ground water is not exposed to changes caused by

human activities that would:



1. the failure to achieve the objectives of water protection for the associated bodies of surface water,



2. any significant deterioration in the status of these waters,



3. any significant damage to associated terrestrial ecosystems.



c) changes in the directions of groundwater flow in groundwater

resulting from changes in levels occur temporarily, or consistently in

a spatially limited area, but do not indicate a penetration of pollutant

substances, or falling and clearly identifiable impact of human activity in the

the direction of flow, which could cause such intrusion.



(2) the Quantitative status of a body of groundwater, it is considered

unsatisfactory, if the conditions are not fulfilled, good quantitative

status of a body of groundwater as defined in paragraph 1 of this annex.



Annex 5



The procedure for evaluation of the quality and development of groundwater quality



Part a: procedure for evaluation of groundwater quality



(1) for the evaluation of groundwater quality will make use of the results obtained from

surveillance programs or operational monitoring (hereinafter referred to as the ' competent

program monitoring "), and data obtained through requirements

other legislation ^ 2).



(2) the evaluation of the quality of groundwater is done for all

monitoring sites monitoring network of groundwater chemical status

the program monitoring.



(3) the evaluation of the quality of groundwater is done for the indicators set out

in the respective programme monitoring, at least for all parameters

set out in table 1 of this annex.




(4) the evaluation of groundwater quality monitoring points for that

are not part of the monitoring network of groundwater chemical status,

done for all parameters that are obtained through the

the requirements of other legislation ^ 2), and at the same time are set out

the relevant monitoring programs.



(5) the evaluation of the quality of groundwater lies in a comparison of average annual

(arithmetic mean) of the values of the individual monitoring points with

the appropriate quality standard or the threshold. In cases where it is

There is only one measurement, the average value does not apply.



(6) the result of the evaluation of the quality of groundwater for substances and indicators

Group A (table 1 of this annex) is compliant or noncompliant

the quality of groundwater.



(7) groundwater quality is considered satisfactory, if no

the average annual value does not exceed the indicators to the monitoring site

quality standard or the threshold value given in table no. 1 of this

of the annex.



(8) the result of the evaluation of the quality of groundwater for the characteristics of the Group (B)

(table 2 of this annex) is the presence or absence of the potential impact of human

activity.



(9) the result of the evaluation of the quality of groundwater for the characteristics of the Group (C)

(table 3 of this annex) is only a determination of their average annual

values.



Table 1: list of pollutants and indicators and their values for the Group and



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Substance name CAS Unit Standard threshold

the quality of the

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acetochlor 34256-82-1 0.1 µ g/l

acetochlor ESA 187022-11-3 0.1 µ g/l

acetochlor OA 194992-44-4 0.1 µ g/l

alachlor 15972-60-8 0.1 µ g/l

alachlor ESA 142363-53-9 0.1 µ g/l

alachlor OA 171262-17-2 0.1 µ g/l

ammonium mg/l0, 21-0.51

anthracene 120-12-7 µ g/l0, 1

arsenic and its compounds 7440-38-2 µ g/l10

Atrazine 1912-24-9 µ g/l0, 1

bentazone 25057-89-0 0.1 µ g/l

benzene 71-43-2 µ g/l1

benzo (b) fluoranthene 205-99-2 µ g/l0, 03

benzo (k) fluoranthene 207-08-9 µ g/l0, 03

benzo (g, h, i) perylen 191-24-2 µ g/l0, 002

benzo (a) pyrene 50-32-8 µ g/l0, 01

clopyralid 1702-17-6 0.1 µ g/l

p, p-DDT 50-29-3 µ g/l 0, 10, 01

desethylatrazin 6190-65-4 0.1 µ g/l

dicamba 1918-00-9 0.1 µ g/l

2.4-dichlorophenoxy acetic 94-75-7 0.1 µ g/l

acid (2.4-D)

dimetachlor 50563-36-5 0.1 µ g/l

nitrate mg/l 5015.05-19.92

nitrites mg/l0, 5

fluoranthene 206-44-0 µ g/l0, 1

phosphates mg/l0, 5

hexazinon 51235-04-2 0.1 µ g/l

aluminum and its compounds 7429-90-5 µ g/l200

indeno (1, 2, 3-cd) pyrene 193-39-5 µ g/l0, 002

chloridazon 1698-60-8 0.1 µ g/l

chlorides mg/l200

chlorotoluron 15545-48-9 0.1 µ g/l

Chlorpyrifos 2921-88-2 µ g/l 0, 10, 03

isoproturon 34123-59-6 0.1 µ g/l

cadmium and its compounds 7440-43-9 µ g/l0, 25

cyanide total 5-12-5 µ g/l500

acid-neutralizing capacity, mmol/l0, 2

to pH 4.5

metolachlor 51218-45-2 0.1 µ g/l

metolachlor ESA 171118-09-5 0.1 µ g/l

metolachlor OA 152019-73-3 0.1 µ g/l

naphthalene 91-20-3 µ g/l0, 1

nickel and its compounds 7440-02-0 µ g/l20

lead and its compounds 7439-92-1 µ g/l5

pesticides (sum) 0.5 µ g/l

prometryn 7287-19-6 0.1 µ g/l

Mercury and its compounds 7439-97-6 µ g/l0, 2

simazine 122-34-9 0.1 µ g/l

sulphates mg/l400

terbuthylazin 5915-41-3 0.1 µ g/l

terbuthylazin desethyl 30125-63-4 0.1 µ g/l

terbuthylazine hydroxy 66753-07-9 0.1 µ g/l

terbutryn 866-50-0 0.1 µ g/l

tetrachlorethen (PER)

1, 1, 2-trichlorethen 127-18-4 µ g/l10 (sum)

79-01-6

trifluralin 1582-09-8 µ g/l 0, 10, 03

trichloromethane 67-66-3 µ g/l2, 5



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1 the threshold 0.21 and 0.3 applies to ground water with directly dependent surface water,

for other ground water apply threshold 0.5 mg/l.

1 for all groundwater, more stringent threshold applies only

2 more stringent threshold (15.05; 16.82 and 19.92 mg/l) apply to a underground vodys directly dependent

surface water, ground water for the others apply the threshold of 50 mg/l

3 for all groundwater, more stringent threshold applies only

threshold is the minimum

5 for all groundwater, more stringent threshold applies only



Table 2: list of pollutants or indicators and their values in Group B



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Substance name CAS Unit Reference

the value of the

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Naturally occurring substances

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antimony 7440-36-0 µ g/l 5

barium 7440-39-3 50 µ g/l

beryllium 7440-41-7 µ g/l 2

BOR 7440-42-8 µ g/l

16984-48-8 mg/l fluoride 1.5

chrome 7440-47-3 50 µ g/l

Cobalt 7440-48-4 3 µ g/l

Lithium 7439-93-2 µ g/l MS **

manganese 0.05 mg/l 7439-96-5

molybdenum 7439-98-7 µ g/l 5

Selenium 7782-49-2 µ g/l 10

sodium 7440-23-5 mg/l 200

Vanadium 7440-62-2 µ g/l 18

Zinc 7440-66-6 150 µ g/l

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Synthetic substances

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desethyl atrazine-desisopropyl 3397-62-4 0.1 µ g/l

(diaminoatrazin)

Atrazine-desisopropyl 1007-28-9 0.1 µ g/l

Atrazine-hydroxy 2163-68-0 0.1 µ g/l

azoxystrobin 131860-33-8 0.1 µ g/l

benzo (a) anthracene 56-55-3 0.1 µ g/l

bromacil 314-40-9 0.1 µ g/l

bromoxynil 1689-84-5 0.1 µ g/l

carbendazim 10605-21-7 0.1 µ g/l

carbofuran 1563-66-2 0.1 µ g/l

cyanazine 21725-46-2 0.1 µ g/l

o, p '-DDD 53-19-0 0.1 µ g/l

p, p '-DDD 72-54-8 0.1 µ g/l

o, p '-DDE 3424-82-6 0.1 µ g/l

p, p '-DDE 72-55-9 0.1 µ g/l

o, p '-DDT 789-02-6 0.1 µ g/l

desmetryn 1014-69-3 0.1 µ g/l

di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate DEHP 117-81-7 1.3 µ g/l

dibenzo (a, h) anthracene 53-70-3 µ g/l 0.016

dichlobenil 1194-65-6 0.1 µ g/l

1.2-dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 0.1 µ g/l

1.3-dichlorobenzene 541-73-1 0.1 µ g/l

1.4-dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 0.1 µ g/l

1.2-dichloroethane 107-06-2 µ g/l 3

1.1-dichlorethen 75-35-4 0.1 µ g/l

1.2-cis-dichlorethen 156-59-2 0.1 µ g/l

1.2-trans-dichlorethen 156-60-5 µ g/l MS **

dichloromethane 75-09-2 0.1 µ g/l

dichlorprop-P 15165-67-0 0.1 µ g/l

dimethomorph 110488-70-5 0.1 µ g/l

dcmu 330-54-1 0.1 µ g/l

EDTA 60-00-4 µ g/l 5

ethofumesate 26225-79-6 0.1 µ g/l

Ethylbenzene 100-41-4 0.2 µ g/l

fenantren 85-01-8 µ g/l 0.005

fenhexamid 126833-17-8 0.1 µ g/l

fluazifop-p-butyl 79241-46-6 0.1 µ g/l

Fluorene 86-73-7 0.1 µ g/l

Alpha-hexachlorocyclohexane 319-84-6 0.1 µ g/l

Beta-hexachlorocyclohexane 319-85-7 0.1 µ g/l

gamma-hexachlorocyclohexane 58-89-9 0.1 µ g/l

chlorobenzene 108-90-7 0.1 µ g/l

chlorethen 75-01-4 µ g/l 0.5

chlorsulfuron 64902-72-3 0.1 µ g/l

chrysen 218-01-9 0.005 µ g/l

iprodione 36734-19-7 0.1 µ g/l

kresoxim-methyl 143390-89-0 0.1 µ g/l

lenacil 2164-08-1 0.1 µ g/l

linuron 330-55-2 0.1 µ g/l

MCPA 94-74-6 0.1 µ g/l

MCPB 94-81-5 0.1 µ g/l

mecoprop-P 16484-77-8 0.1 µ g/l

metalaxyl 57837-19-1 0.1 µ g/l

metazachlor 67129-08-2 0.1 µ g/l

methoxyfenozide 161050-58-4 0.1 µ g/l

metoxuron 19937-59-8 0.1 µ g/l

metribuzin 21087-64-9 0.1 µ g/l


metribuzin-desamino 35045-02-4 0.1 µ g/l

metribuzin desamino-diketo 52236-30-3 0.1 µ g/l

metribuzin-diketo 56507-37-0 0.1 µ g/l

monolinuron 1746-81-2 0.1 µ g/l

napropamide 15299-99-7 0.1 µ g/l

nicosulfuron 111991-09-4 0.1 µ g/l

NTA 139-13-9 µ g/l 5

PCB28 7012-37-5 µ g/l 0.007

PCB52 35693-99-3 µ g/l 0.007

PCB101 37680-73-2 µ g/l 0.007

PCB118 31508-00-6 µ g/l 0.007

PCB138 35065-28-2 µ g/l 0.007

PCB153 35065-27-1 µ g/l 0.007

PCB180 35065-29-3 µ g/l 0.007

1939-36-2 PDTA µ g/l MS **

pentachlorobenzene 608-93-5 0.1 µ g/l

picloram 1918-02-1 0.1 µ g/l

propachlor 1918-16-7 0.1 µ g/l

propiconazole 60207-90-1 0.1 µ g/l

pyrene 129-00-0 0.1 µ g/l

styrene 100-42-5 µ g/l MS **

sulfosulfuron 141776-32-1 0.1 µ g/l

tebuconazole 107534-96-3 0.1 µ g/l

carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 0.1 µ g/l

thiophanate-methyl 23564-05-8 0.1 µ g/l

toluene 108-88-3 0.2 µ g/l

triadimefon 43121-43-3 0.1 µ g/l

triadimenol 55219-65-3 0.1 µ g/l

those ADIs being exceeded 82097-50-5 0.1 µ g/l

tribenuron-methyl 101200-48-0 0.1 µ g/l

1, 1-trichloroethane 79-00-5 2 µ g/l MS **

(2, 4, 5-trichlorfenoxy) acetic 93-76-5 0.1 µ g/l

acid (2, 4, 5-T)

triticonazole 131983-72-7 0.1 µ g/l

o-xylene 95-47-6 0.2 µ g/l

m + p-xylene µ g/l MS **

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General chemical and physical indicators

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absorbance (254 nm, 1 cm) the number of MS **

color mg Pt/l-

the total volume of Alpha activity Bq/l 0.3

humic substances 1415-93-6 mg/l MS **

COD-Mn mg/l 3

conductivity mS/m in the terrain, MS **

water temperature ° c 29

dissolved organic carbon 7440-44-0 mg/l 5

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The indicator is expressed as the sum of

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phenols myth with water vapour 0.5 mg/l

chloralkanes C10-13 85535-84-8 0.4 µ g/l

nonylfenoly 25154-52-3 µ g/l 20

oktylfenoly 1806-26-4 µ g/l MS **

PAU 0.15 µ g/l

PCB µ g/l 0.01

the sum of dichlorbenzenů with-DCB µ g/l 0.25

anionic tensides mg/l 0.3

hydrocarbons C10-C40 mg/l 0.1

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** MS-limit of determination



Table 3: list of pollutants and their indicators group C



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Name of the indicator, CAS

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potassium 7440-09-7 mg/l

magnesium 7439-95-4 mg/l

15593-90-5 mg/l silicates

copper 7440-50-8 µ g/l

strontium 7440-24-6 µ g/l

calcium 7440-70-2 mg/l

Iron mg/l 7439-89-6

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Part b: Procedure reviews the evolution of groundwater quality



(1) for the evaluation of development of groundwater quality will make use of the results

obtained from the monitoring program and on the data obtained

through the requirements of other legislation.



(2) the assessment of the quality of groundwater development is done for all

monitoring sites monitoring network of groundwater chemical status

the program monitoring and for monitoring points for

that the data are acquired through other legal requirements

regulations.



(3) the assessment of the quality of groundwater development is done for indicators

laid down in the monitoring program, at least for all

indicators set out in table 1 of this annex.



(4) the assessment of the quality of groundwater development for monitoring sites,

that are not part of the monitoring network of groundwater chemical status

is performed for all parameters that are obtained through the

the requirements of other legislation, and at the same time are set out

the relevant monitoring programs.



(5) the assessment of the development of quality lies in the time analysis of measured values

during the period, at least from 2006 and 2007; for a sufficient length of the

the corresponding period is considered to be 10 years.



(6) the assessment of the evolution of the quality of the statistical method is used, for example,

linear regression.



Annex 6



A list of the main resorts of hydro-geological and groundwater



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The number of the name of the body of groundwater, the competent Department, Position name of the competent

groundwater hydrological hydrological circle

underground rajon

waters

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11100 Kvartér Eagle Kvartér Eagle upper 1110

11210 Kvartér Elbe after Hradec Kralove late 1121 Kvartér Elbe after Hradec Kralove

11220 Kvartér Labe in Pardubice, Kvartér after the late 1122 Elbe after Pardubice

11300 Kvartér Loucna and Chrudimka late 1130 Kvartér Loucna and Chrudimka

11400 Kvartér Elbe after top Kvartér 1140 Elbe Tynec upon Týnec

11510 Kvartér Elbe after Cologne top 1151 Kvartér Elbe after Cologne

11520 Kvartér Elbe after top Kvartér 1152 Elbe Nymburk after Nymburk

11600 Kvartér Urbanické Gates Urbanické Gates Kvartér upper 1160

11710 Kvartér Elbe after the Jizera river Elbe after the Cretaceous Kvartér 1171 Jizera

11720 Kvartér Elbe after the Vltava River Upper Elbe Kvartér 1172 after the Vltava River

11800 Kvartér Elbe after 1180 Upper Elbe Kvartér Pretoria after Lovosice

11900 Kvartér and neogén odravské Kvartér and the upper section of the 1190 neogén odravské parts

The Cheb basin of the Cheb basin

12110 Kvartér top Kvartér 1211 the Lužnice River Lužnice

12120 1212 Kvartér Kvartér Eva top Offers

12300 Kvartér Otava and Blanice late 1230 Blanic Otava and Kvartér

1310 13100 Kvartér Kvartér Czech Republic Czech Republic top

13200 Radbuza 1320 Kvartér Kvartér top Radbuza

13300 Kvartér May top Kvartér May 1330

14100 Kvartér Liberec basin late 1410 Kvartér Liberec basin

14200 Kvartér and Miocene Zittau basin and upper Kvartér Miocene 1420 the Zittau basin

the Frýdlant promontory 14300 Kvartér top Kvartér of the Frýdlant promontory 1430

15100 Kvartér Oder Kvartér Oder upper 1510

15200 Kvartér top Kvartér 1520 Opava Opava

15500 Kvartér Opava Opava upper 1550 Kvartér pahorkatina hills

16100 Kvartér top Kvartér Top Moravia 1610 the upper Morava

16210 Pliopeistocén Hornomoravský late 1621 Pliopeistocén Hornomoravský

Vale-Vale-northern part of the northern part of the

16220 Pliopeistocén Hornomoravský late 1622 Pliopeistocén Hornomoravský

the southern part of the Vale-Vale-South part

16230 Pliopleistocén Moor top Pliopleistocén Moor 1623

16240 Kvartér Valové, Romže, and Hana Valové, upper Kvartér 1624 Romže and Haná region

16310 Kvartér Horni Becva late 1631 Kvartér Horni Becva

16320 Kvartér Bottom Kvartér Lower upper Becva 1632 Bečva

16410 Kvartér Thaya late 1641 Kvartér Thaya

16420 Kvartér Jevišovky top Kvartér Jevišovky 1642

16430 Kvartér Svratka Svratka upper 1643 Kvartér

16440 Kvartér Jihlava late 1644 Kvartér Jihlava

16510 Kvartér Czech Republic top 1651 Kvartér Czech Republic

16520 Kvartér soutoké Moravia late 1652 Kvartér soutoké area of Moravia

and the Dyje and Dyje

21100 the Cheb basin base 2110 the Cheb basin (the Cheb basin)

21200 Sokolovská pan base 2120 Sokolovská Pan

21310 Mostecká pan-northern part of the base 2131 Mostecká pan-northern part

21320 Mostecká Pan-southern part of basic 2132 Bridge Pan-southern part


21400 Třeboň basin-southern part of basic 2140 Třeboň basin-southern part

21510 Třeboň basin-northern part of the base 2151 Třeboň basin-northern part

21520 Třeboň basin-the central part of the base 2152 Třeboň basin-middle part

21600 Budějovická pan base 2160 Budějovická Pan

2211 22110 Bečevská gateway Bečevská gateway base

22120 basic 2212 Oderská gateway Oderská gateway

22201 Hornomoravský úvaly-north part of the underlying bed of Hornomoravský 2220

22202 Hornomoravský bed-South part of the underlying bed of Hornomoravský 2220

22203 Hornomoravský úvaly-middle part of the underlying bed of Hornomoravský 2220

2230 22300 Val Val gateway core gateway

22410 Dyje-svratka's bed base 2241 Dyje-svratka's bed

22420 Kuřimská basin base 2242 Kuřimská basin

22501 Dolnomoravský úvaly-northern part of basic 2250 Dolnomoravský úvaly

22502 Dolnomoravský úvaly-middle part of the bed base Dolnomoravský 2250

22503 Dolnomoravský bed-South part of the base 2250 Dolnomoravský úvaly

Ostrava-ostravská basin 22610 part basic 2261 Ostrava-ostravská basin section

22620 Ostravská basin-karvinská part of the Ostrava basin-2262 base karvinská part

31100 Pavlov hills and around the base and around the hills of Pavlov 3110

32110 Flyš Alder basin Flyš basin base 3211 Alder

32121 Ostravice basin base Flyš 3212 Flyš in the catchment area of the Ostravice River

32122 Flyš in the catchment area of the river Ostravice-3212 Flyš after the base of the basin of the Ostravice River

Lučina River flows into the flow

32130 Flyš in mezipovodí Oder Flyš in mezipovodí base 3213 Oder

32210 Flyš in Bečva River basin base 3221 Flyš Becva

32221 Flyš in the basin of the Morava-northern part of the base of the basin of the Morava 3222 Flyš

32222 Flyš in the basin of the Morava-the southern part of the base of the basin of the Morava 3222 Flyš

32230 Flyš in the catchment area of the northern part of the base weight-3223 Flyš in weight-northern part

32240 Flyš in the catchment area of the southern part of the base weight-3224 Flyš in weight-southern part

32301 Central Moravian Carpathians-the northern part of the base 3230 Central Moravian Carpathians

32302 Central Moravian Carpathians-the southern part of the base 3230 Central Moravian Carpathians

41100 4110 Police Police Base Pan Pan

42100 Hronovsko-poříčská base Hronovsko-4210 chalk poříčská chalk

42210 Podorlická chalk in the basin, including basic 4221 Podorlická chalk basin, including

and Metuje and Metuje

42220 Podorlická chalk in the catchment area of Eagle base 4222 Podorlická chalk basin Eagle

42310 Ústecká synklinála in the catchment area of Eagle base in the river basin synklinála 4231 Ústecká Eagle

42320 Ústecká synklinála in Svitavy basic 4232 Ústecká synklinála in Svitavy

42400 synklinála Excellent base 4240 Excellent synklinála

42500 Hořicko-miletínská base Hořicko-4250 chalk miletínská chalk

42610 Kyšperská synklinála in the catchment area of Eagle base Kyšperská synklinála basin 4261 Eagle

42620 Kyšperská synklinála-the southern part of the base synklinála-4262 Kyšperská southern part

42700 Vysokomýtská synklinála basic Vysokomýtská synklinála 4270

42800 Velkoopatovická chalk Velkoopatovická chalk base 4280

42910 Králický break-northern part of the base 4291 Králický break-northern part

42920 Králický break-the southern part of the basic "break-4292 Králický southern part

Mary C 43100 chalk base 4310 Chrudimská chalk

43200 Long bound-southern part of basic Long bound-4320 South part

43300 Long bound-north part of the base Long bound-4330 north part

43400 Čáslavská chalk base 4340 Čáslavská chalk

43500 Velimská chalk Velimská chalk base 4350

43600 Labská chalk base 4360 Labská chalk

44100 Jizerska chalk right-bank basic 4410 Jizerska chalk right-bank

44200 Jizerský usually top 4420 Jizerský usually

44300 Jizerska chalk left-bank basic 4430 Jizerska chalk left-bank

45100 Chalk North of Prague the basic Chalk 4510 North of Prague

45210 Chalk Creek Košáteckého base Košáteckého Chalk Creek 4521

45220 Chalk Liběchovky and Pšovky basic Liběchovky and Pšovky Chalk 4522

45230 Chalk and Úštěcký Creek Obrtky base Obrtky and Úštěcký 4523 Chalk Creek

45300 Roudnická chalk base 4530 Roudnická chalk

45400 Ohárecká chalk Ohárecká chalk base 4540

4550 45500 Holedeč basic Holedeč

46110 Chalk lower River after Děčín-left base 4611 Chalk lower River after Děčín-left

shore, South Shore, part of the southern part of the

46120 Chalk lower River after Děčín-left base 4612 Chalk lower River after Děčín-left

shore, North Shore, northern part

46200 Chalk lower River after Děčín-right base 4620 Chalk lower River after Děčín-genuine

shore bank

46300 Děčínský Sněžník basic 4630 Děčínský Sněžník

the upper Chalk is in charge of basic 46400 4640 Chalk Upper Ploučnice

46500 Chalk Lower and upper basic Ploučnice 4650 Chalk Lower and upper Ploučnice

Kamenice Kamenice

46600 Chalk Lower Sink and the base of the lower Chalk 4660 Křinice Kamenice and Křinice

47100 Basal coated collector on deep-sea 4710 Basal coated collector to

The Jizera River Jizera River

47200 Basal coated collector from deep-sea 4720 Basal coated collector from

The hammer of the hammer after the Elbe River after the river Elbe

47300 Basal coated deep Basal coated 4730 collector collector

in benesov in benesov synklinále synklinále

51100 Plzeňská pan base 5110 Plzeňská Pan

51200 5120 Manětínská Manětínská pan base Pan

51310 Rakovnická pan base 5131 Rakovnická Pan

51320 5132 Žihelská Žihelská base Pan Pan

51400 8 pan base 5140 8 Pan

51510 Podkrkonossky permokarbon basic 5151 Podkrkonossky permokarbon

51520 Náchod perm basic 5152 Náchod perm

51610 Dolnoslezská Pan-western part of the base Pan-5161 Dolnoslezská western part

51620 Dolnoslezská Pan-eastern part base 5162 Dolnoslezská Pan-eastern part

52110 Poorlický perm-northern part of the base 5211 Poorlický perm-northern part

52120 Poorlický perm-the southern part of the base perm-5212 Poorlický southern part

52210 Boskovice-northern part of the base 5221 Boskovice-northern part

52220 Boskovice-the southern part of the base 5222 Boskovice-southern part

61110 unique crystalline complex and Western base 6111 unique crystalline complex and the Western

part of the Ore mountains, part of the Ore mountains

61120 unique crystalline complex of the Slavkov forest base 6112 unique crystalline complex of the Slavkov forest

61200 unique crystalline complex in mezipovodí the Ohře River after basic 6120 unique crystalline complex in mezipovodí after the Ohře River

Kadan Kadaň

61310 unique crystalline complex Ore mountains from the base of the Ore mountains from the unique crystalline complex 6131

Chomutovka Chomutovka after Moldavu after Moldavu

61320 unique crystalline complex East of the base unique crystalline complex East of 6132

Erzgebirge Ore mountains

61330 Teplice Teplice 6133 riolith riolith base

62110 unique crystalline complex of the Bohemian Forest in the catchment area of the base 6211 unique crystalline complex of the Bohemian Forest in the catchment area

Kateřinského Creek Kateřinského Creek

62121 unique crystalline complex in May after the Silver base unique crystalline complex in the basin Can 6212 after Silver

and the Radbuza after Staňkov and Radbuza after Staňkov

62122 unique crystalline complex and Proterozoic basin in the basin base 6212 unique crystalline complex May after Silver

May after the silver, and after the Radbuza Staňkov-and the Radbuza after Staňkov

the upper part of the catchment of the Black Creek

62130 unique crystalline complex of the Bohemian Forest base 6213 unique crystalline complex of the Bohemian Forest

Black Creek basin in the basin of the Black Creek

62210 unique crystalline complex in mezipovodí May mezipovodí 6221 unique crystalline complex in the base Can

under the Silver under the Silver


62221 unique crystalline complex and Proterozoic the base 6222 unique crystalline complex and Proterozoic

the Úhlava River basin and the lower reaches of the Úhlava River basin and the lower reaches

Radbuza-western part of the Radbuza

62222 unique crystalline complex and Proterozoic the base 6222 unique crystalline complex and Proterozoic

the Úhlava River basin and the lower reaches of the Úhlava River basin and the lower reaches

Radbuza-eastern part of the Radbuza

62223 unique crystalline complex and Proterozoic the base 6222 unique crystalline complex and Proterozoic

the lower reaches of the Úhlava River basin and the lower course of the Úhlava Radbuza

62300 unique crystalline complex, Proterozoic and basic 6230 unique crystalline complex, Proterozoic and

paleozoikum in the catchment area of the Berounka river Berounka river basin paleozoikum

62400 Late silur and devon Barrandienu basic 6240 Late silur and devon Barrandienu

62500 Proterozoic and paleozoikum in the catchment area of the base and paleozoikum in 6250 Proterozoic basin

tributaries of the River Vltava Affluents of the River Vltava

63101 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the upper Vltava River basin base 6310 unique crystalline complex upper Vltava

and Czech and Czech

63102 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the upper Vltava River basin base 6310 unique crystalline complex upper Vltava

and the Czech Republic-Vltava River after the confluence and Úhlava

with the flow of the river Malše

Unique crystalline complex in the central basin 63201 basic 6320 unique crystalline complex in the central basin

The Vltava River-southern part of the Vltava River

63202 unique crystalline complex in the middle of the base in the central basin unique crystalline complex 6320

The Vltava River-upper basin of the vitriol of the Vltava River

Unique crystalline complex in the central basin 63203 basic 6320 unique crystalline complex in the central basin

The Vltava River Vltava River from the confluence of the Mezipovodí-Vltava River

with Vápenickým Brook after Slapy y

63204 unique crystalline complex in the central basin in the central basin unique crystalline complex 6320

The Vltava River-northern part of the Vltava River

64110 unique crystalline complex Bohemia uplands base 6411 unique crystalline complex Bohemia uplands

64120 unique crystalline complex Lusatian mountains base 6412 unique crystalline complex Lusatian mountains

64130 unique crystalline complex of the Jizera Mountains in the basin base 6413 unique crystalline complex of the Jizera Mountains in the basin

The Lusatian Neisse River The Lusatian Neisse River

Unique crystalline complex of giant mountains and Jizera 64140 basic 6414 unique crystalline complex of giant mountains and Jizera

the mountains in the basin of Jizera Mountains in the basin of Jizera

64200 unique crystalline complex of the orlicke mountains base 6420 unique crystalline complex of the orlicke mountains

Unique crystalline complex North of Eastern 64311 basic 6431 unique crystalline complex North of Eastern

Sudetenland-Southeast part of Sudetenland

Unique crystalline complex North of Eastern 64312 basic 6431 unique crystalline complex North of Eastern

Sudetenland-northwest part of Sudetenland

Unique crystalline complex South of Eastern 64321 basic 6432 unique crystalline complex South of the Eastern

Hitler The Sudetenland

64322 unique crystalline complex South of the Eastern base of South Eastern section 6432 unique crystalline complex

Sudetenland-Moravia after the confluence with the flow of the Sudetenland

The Moravian Sázava

64323 unique crystalline complex South of the Eastern base of South Eastern section 6432 unique crystalline complex

The Sudetenland – a celebration of the mouth into the flow of the Moravia of the Sudetenland – a celebration of the mouth to the flow of Moravia

65100 catchment area of the river Lužnice, basic unique crystalline complex in 6510 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the river Lužnice

65200 unique crystalline complex in Sázava basin base in Sázava basin 6520 unique crystalline complex

65310 unique crystalline complex basic 6531 Kutná Hora, the manufacturing of unique crystalline complex

65321 unique crystalline complex of the iron mountains-basic unique crystalline complex of the iron mountains-6532

the South-Eastern part of the

65322 unique crystalline complex of the iron mountains-basic unique crystalline complex of the iron mountains-6532

the north-western part of the

65401 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the Dyje river basin unique crystalline complex base 6540 Dyje

-Western part

65402 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the Dyje river basin unique crystalline complex base 6540 Dyje

-Eastern part

65500 unique crystalline complex in Jihlava in the basin base 6550 unique crystalline complex of Jihlava

65601 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the Svratka River basin unique crystalline complex base 6560 Svratka

-middle part

65602 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the Svratka River basin unique crystalline complex base 6560 Svratka

-After the junction with the Svitava Punkva flows

65603 unique crystalline complex in the catchment area of the Svratka River basin unique crystalline complex base 6560 Svratka

-Western part

65700 unique crystalline complex Brno Brno 6570 unique crystalline complex base unit

66111 Kulm Nízký Jeseník in the Odra river basin base 6611 Kulm Nízký Jeseník in the Odra river basin

66112 Kulm Nízký Jeseník in the Odra river basin base 6611 Kulm Nízký Jeseník in the Odra river basin

-the catchment area of Opava to the flow of the Odra

66120 Kulm Nízký Jeseník in the basin of the Morava basic 6612 Kulm Nízký Jeseník in the basin of the Morava

66200 Kulm drahany Highlands elementary 6620 Kulm drahany Highlands

66300 Moravian Karst base 6630 Moravian Karst

66400 Mladečský kras Karst base 6640 Mladečský

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1) Article. 2 (2). 1, para. 2, paragraph 1. 3, para. 4, para. 5, para. 6, art. 3

paragraph. 1, para. 2, paragraph 1. 3, para. 4, para. 6, art. 4 (4). 1, para. 2,

paragraph. 3, art. 5 (3). 1, para. 2, paragraph 1. 3, para. 5, annex I, II, III,

(IV) European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/118/EC of 12 July 2005.

December 2006 on the protection of groundwater against pollution and deterioration

State.



Annex II and in the directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/60/EC of the European

23 October 2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the

field of water policy.



Article. 4, art. 5, art. 6 of Commission directive 2009/90/EC of 31 March 2004. July

2009, which is in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/60/EC

provides technical specifications for chemical analysis and monitoring of the State of

waters.



2) Decree No. 428/2001 Coll., implementing Act No. 274/2001 Coll.

water supplies and sewerage Act for public use and amending certain

laws (law on water supplies and sewerage Act), as amended by Decree No.

140/2004 Coll. and Decree No. 515/2000 Coll.



3) 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. 122/1999 Coll., on negotiation of

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



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

International Commission for the protection of the oder.



4) Act 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amending

and additions to certain laws, as amended.



5) § 23a para. 2 Water Act.



6) § 32, 33 para. 2 Water Act.



7) Government Regulation No. 103/2003 Coll., on the determination of vulnerable areas and the

the use and storage of fertilizers and manure, crop and střídaání

implementing anti-erosion measures in these areas, as amended by regulation

No. 219/2007 Coll. and regulation of the Government No. 108/2008 Coll.



for example, § 8) 30 to water Act 35.



9) section 22 of the Water Act.



10) Government Regulation No. 262/2012 Coll., on the determination of vulnerable areas and

the programme of action, as amended.