On The Application Of Sediment On Agricultural Land

Original Language Title: o používání sedimentů na zemědělské půdě

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257/2009 Sb.



DECREE



of 5 April 2004. August 2009



on the application of sediment on agricultural land



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

According to § 9 para. 10 of the law No. 156/1998 Coll., on fertilisers, Assistant

soil substances, herbal preparations and auxiliary substrates and

agrochemical testing of agricultural soil (fertilizers Act), as amended by

Act No. 9/2009 Coll.:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree lays down the conditions and manner of use of the sediment on the

agricultural land, a way of keeping records on the use of the sediments, the limit

the values of the risk elements and hazardous substances in the sediment and soil, the

that is to be used, the requirements for the other physico-chemical and

biological characteristics of the sediment and the procedures of analysis of sediments and soils,

including sampling methods.



§ 2



The limit values of the risk elements and hazardous substances in the sediment and in

the soil on which it is to be used, and biological properties of sediment



(1) the limit values of the risk elements and hazardous substances in the sediment

are set out in annex 1 to this notice. The limit values are

set when you use procedures according to specific standards (§ 4 para. 1 and 2)

published in the journal of the Office for standards, metrology

and State testing. The specified standard means the Czech technical standard,

For more technical standard or technical document international, or

foreign organizations or other technical document containing

For more detailed technical requirements, designated and notified to this Decree

under the law on technical requirements for products "^ 1") (hereinafter referred to as "the designated

standard "). Compliance with limit values shall be determined by the results of

analyses of the sediment samples collected before and after its extraction and movement

leaf sampling of the sediment. The model Passport subscription form

sediment samples is given in annex 2 to this Decree.



(2) the limit values of the risk elements and hazardous substances in the soil, on the

that is to be used, the sediment are set out in annex 3 to this

the Decree. The limit values are set when you use the procedures referred to in

designated standards (§ 4 para. 1 and 2) published in the journal of the Office for

technical standardization, metrology and State testing. Compliance with the

the exposure limit values shall be determined by the results of the analysis of samples of soils

and the accompanying sheet of sampling the soil. Model form of the accompanying worksheet

soil sampling is given in annex 2 to this Decree.



(3) the limit values of risk elements in the soil are not identified for the soil

on substrates with extreme levels of certain contingent geogenně

risk elements. These soil sediment can be used only in the case that

the contents of the risk elements in sediment do not exceed the levels of risk

the elements in these soils, while paragraph 3 (b). and (b)))

do not apply.



(4) in cases where, due to the specific local conditions

suspected of being contaminated sediment in other risk elements, or

hazardous materials, other than those listed in annex 1 to this

the Decree, in concentrations that could result in damage to

physical, chemical or biological properties of agricultural land [§

9. 2 (a). (c) fertilisers) Act], proceed according to the law on

protection of agricultural land resources ^ 2). Biological properties of sediment

and soil and sediment contamination by pathogenic factors are determined

ekotoxikologickými tests and monitoring of indicator microorganisms

According to annex No 4 to this notice.



§ 3



The conditions and the way of using sediment on agricultural land



Can be used on agricultural land, sediments, if



and concentration of risk elements) and hazardous substances in them

contained does not exceed the limit values laid down in annex 1 to this

the Decree,



(b) the concentration of selected risk elements) and hazardous substances in the soil

do not exceed the limit values laid down in annex 3 to this notice;

concentrations of selected risk elements and hazardous substances in the soil will

do not detect in the case do not exceed the established levels of risk elements

and hazardous substances in the sediment limit values laid down in annex No. 3

This Decree,



(c)) the deterioration of the physical, chemical or biological

soil characteristics, which are excavated sediments used, and the amount of

the content of the skeleton in the sediment meets the limit values listed in annex No.

1 to this notice,



d) is complied with the maximum application rate of sediment laid down in the annex

# 5 of this Ordinance, subject to the condition that the sediment is dewatered, and

its use will not impair the soil water regime,



e) as determined by a batch of the land is used for sediment in one

agrotechnical and operation in a continuous time period under favorable

physical and humidity conditions, evenly over the surface of the land, in

the maximum height of the layer of sediment up to 10 cm used; in the case of smaller

depth profile orničního than 30 cm ratio used must be complied with

sediment to ornici 1:3; the depth of topsoil are evaluated according to the fifth

numeric character bonitovaných of soil and environmental units,



(f)) are ploughing the soil within 10 days of their spreading,



g) time since last use of sediment on the field is longer than 10

years of age,



h) time since last use nondefault sludge on the plot of land is longer

than 1 year,



I) ecotoxicological tests imposed by the Act on protection of agricultural

land resources ^ 2) show no evidence of sediment contamination, if these tests were

stored,



j) monitoring indicator micro-organism imposed under the law on

protection of agricultural land resources ^ 2) proven sediment contamination

pathogenic agents, if this monitoring was saved.



§ 4



How the analysis of sediments and soil and sediment sampling methods and

soil



(1) Analytical analyses of sediments and soil are carried out in accredited

laboratories or other professional workplaces, which are insubstantial additional

the quality system according to the specified standards ^ 3) to set the pointer. Apply

the procedures of analysis and testing of sediment and soil according to specific standards

or other authenticated and validated procedures.



(2) sampling of the sediment is carried out from the bottom of ponds, water

tanks, water flows and meziskládek sediments according to specific standards or

other verified and validated procedures. The subscriptions carried out by accredited

place of work or other professional workplaces, which are insubstantial additional system

the quality of the sample according to the specified standards involving ^ 3).



(3) sampling and detection of agrochemical properties of the soil, the

that is to be used, the sediment shall be carried out the procedure laid down

Decree on agrochemical testing of agricultural soils and discovery

soil properties of forest land ^ 4) or other validated and

validated procedures. Agrochemického testing results of agricultural land

must not be older than 6 years.



§ 5



Evidence of the use of the sediment



Form registration sheet on the use of sediment on agricultural land is

listed in annex 6 to this Ordinance. Records of the quantity, type and

the time of use of the sediments by land, crops, and years make up

registration sheet, cover sheet, cover sheet of the sediment sampling sampling

soil and logs on the subscriptions and analyses.



§ 6



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. September 2009.



Minister of agriculture:



Ing. Sebesta in r.



The Minister of the environment:



RNDr. Miko, Ph.d. in r.



Annex 1



The limit values of the risk elements and hazardous substances in the sediment in the

mg.kg-1 of dry matter



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Show. A Pointer To The Limit

the number of values

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1 As of 30

2 Be 5

3 Cd 1

4 What 30

5 Cr. 200

6 Cu 100

7, Hg ^ 1) 0.8

8 of 80 Ni

9 Pb 100

10 in 180

11 Zn 300

12 BTEX ^ 2) 0.4

13 PAU ^ 3) 6

14 PCB ^ 4) 0.2

15 hydrocarbons C10-C40 300

16 DDT (including metabolites) 0.1

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Explanatory notes:



1) Hg Content is determined as the total content; the contents of the other elements, i.e.,.

As, Be, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb, V, Zn, shall be determined by extraction by Agua

the Royal.



2)-a sum of BTEX benzene, toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylenes.



3) PAHS – polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (sum antracenu, benzo (a)

antracenu, benzo (b) fluoranthenu, benzo (k) fluoranthenu, benzo (a)

pyrene, benzo (ghi) perylene and, fenantrenu, fluoranthenu, chrysenu, indeno

(1, 2, 3-cd) pyrene, naphthalene and pyrene).



4) PCB-Polychlorinated biphenyls (sum congeners # 28, 52, 101, 118,

138, 153, 180).



Limit values for the content of the skeleton in the sediment



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A pointer to the occupational exposure limit values

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The contents of skeleton 2-4 mm max. 30%

The contents of the skeleton over 4 mm max. 2%

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Annex 2



Accompanying the sampling



Annex 3



The limit values of the risk elements and hazardous substances in the soil, on which

the sediment should be used, in the mg.kg-1 of dry matter



A pointer to the


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The texture of the soil As the Be Cd Cr Cu Hg Ni Pb ^ 1) PCB in Zn ^ 2) ^ 3) PAU

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Common soil ^ 4), 20 2 30 90 60 50 60 130 120 0.02 1.0 0.5 0.3

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Light soil ^ 5) 15 20 55 45 45 55 120 105 0.02 1.0 1.5 0.4 0.3

(sands, loamy

Sands,

sand-gravel mix)

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Explanatory notes:



1) Hg Content is determined as the total content; the contents of the other elements, i.e.,.

As, Be, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb, V, Zn, shall be determined by extraction by Agua

the Royal.



2) PCB-Polychlorinated biphenyls (sum congeners # 28, 52, 101, 118,

138, 153, 180).



3) PAHS – polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (sum antracenu, benzo (a)

antracenu, benzo (b) fluoranthenu, benzo (k) fluoranthenu, benzo (a)

pyrene, benzo (ghi) perylene and, fenantrenu, fluoranthenu, chrysenu,

indeno (1, 2, 3-cd) pyrene, naphthalene and pyrene).



4) Common soil: Sandy-loamy, Loamy, jílovitohlinité and clay

the soil, which occupy the bulk of agricultural used soils. This is

the soil with the normal variability of the elements, with a normal soil development in the

different geomorphological conditions, in this concept, including land

carbonate rocks.



5) Light soil: soil resulting from very light and poor matečních

rocks such as sand. In the definition of these soils are

based on the representation of fine particles (up to 0.01 mm) that make up the

a maximum of 20%. These soils are characterized by a very low absorption

capacity.



Annex 4



Sediment contamination in other risk elements, or hazardous materials,

than those referred to in annex No. 1.



Table No. 1

Ecotoxicological tests for sediment testing

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The toxicity Criterion method

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Test of toxicity of soils and soil Sediment is ekotoxický if the number of

the materials on roupici of motile spermatozoa in the pooled sample is significantly

Species crypticus is lower by at least 50% compared

with scrutiny.

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Test of toxicity of soils and soil Sediment is ekotoxický if the number of

the materials on chvostoskoka of motile spermatozoa in the pooled sample is significantly

Folsomia candida lower by at least 50% compared

with scrutiny.

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Determination of the inhibition of the Sediment is ekotoxický if

nitrification in soils and nitrifying activity of the mixture is significantly

soil materials by at least 25% less than the calculated

additive activity of sediment and

reference:

Am + SDm < 0.75. Acalc where

Am-the average value of nitrifying

things to do in the pooled sample

SDM-standard deviation of nitrifying

mechanically assisted pooled sample activities

Acalc-calculated additive

nitrifying activity of 1:3 mixture

According to the reference sediment and soil

relationship:

0.25. As + 0.75. Are, where

As-average value of nitrifying

activity of sediment

AR-average value of nitrifying

things to reference land

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Growth inhibition test higher Sediment is ekotoxický if the

plants average length of root plants in

pooled sample significantly lower

at least 30% compared

with scrutiny.

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How to:



A representative sample of the sediment is dried before tests in laboratory

temperature, homogenized and přesát in accordance with the individual methods

According to specific standards. Reference land used for the test with roupicemi,

chvostoskokem and root of higher plants is a representative sample of soil,

to which the sediment used. Nitrification inhibition for tests is

uncontaminated soil reference soil that meets the requirements specified by the standards

and how the sediment, so the reference soil are sampled, processed and

stored in accordance with the specified standards. All the tests of ecotoxicity shall

done in a pooled sample of sediment with reference soil at a ratio of 1:3

(v).

Table No. 2

Monitoring of indicator microorganisms

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Indicator number of Units tested Limit

micro-organism samples (find

sediment control in cfu *)

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Salmonella sp. find 5 negative

in 50 g

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Termotolerantní CFU ^ 1) 5 2 < 103

kolif. bacteria in 1 g

3 < 50

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Enterococci ^ 2) CFU in 1 g 5 2 < 103



3 < 50

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Explanatory notes:



1 CFU-colony forming) unit



2) from 5 samples taken must meet at least the specified number of

the prescribed limits.



Annex 5



The maximum application rate of sediment per 1 ha of agricultural land in tonnes

dry matter



Sediment texture ^ 1)

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The texture of the soil clayey písčitohlinitý aluminium jílovitohlinitý

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Common soil ^ 2) 600 750 450 300

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Light soil ^ 3) (sands, 450 600 750 750

loamy sands,

sand-gravel mix)

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Explanatory notes:



1) sediment Texture is determined by determining the composition of the zrnitostního.

The procedure is given in the specified standard.



2) normal soil: Sandy-loamy, Loamy, jílovitohlinité and clay

the soil, which occupy the bulk of agricultural used soils. This is

the soil with the normal variability of the elements, with a normal soil development in the

different geomorphological conditions, in this concept, including land

carbonate rocks.



3) Light soil: soil resulting from very light and poor matečních

rocks such as sand. In the definition of these soils are

based on the representation of fine particles (up to 0.01 mm) that make up the

a maximum of 20%. These soils are characterized by a very low absorption

capacity.



Annex 6



Registration sheet on use of sediment on agricultural land



1) Section 4a of the Act No. 22/1997 Coll. on technical requirements for products and on the

amendments to certain laws, as amended by Act No. 205/2002 Coll.



2) Act 334/1992 Coll., on the protection of agricultural land resources in

as amended.



3) DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025.



4) Decree No. 275/1998 Coll. on agrochemical testing of agricultural land

and the discovery of soil properties of forest land, as amended

regulations.