Amendment Of The Decree On The Conditions For Storing The Waste At Landfills

Original Language Title: změna vyhlášky o podmínkách ukládání odpadů na skládky

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93/13 Sb.



The DECREE



on 2 December. April 2013



amending Decree No. 294/2005 Coll., on conditions for the storage of waste

and their use on the surface of the ground and change order No.

383/2001 Coll., on details of the waste facility, as amended

the laws of the



The Ministry of the environment shall establish in accordance with § 21. 5 of law No.

185/2001 Coll., on waste and amending certain other acts:



Article. (I)



Decree No. 294/2005 Coll., on conditions for storing waste at landfills and

their use on the surface of the terrain and the change of Decree No. 383/2001 Coll., on the

the details of the waste, as amended by Decree No. 341/2008 Coll., and

Decree No. 61/2010 Coll., shall be amended as follows:



1. In article 1, the words "European Community" ^ 1 ")" shall be replaced by the words

"The European Union" ^ 1 ")", and in subparagraph (e)), the following new subparagraph (f)), which

added:



"(f)) the requirements for the temporary storage of metallic mercury,".



Letters f) to (i)) are referred to as the letters g) to (j)).



Footnote 1:



"1) Council Directive 1999/31/EC of 26 April 1999. April 1999 on the landfill of waste.



Council Directive 97/2011/EU of 5 November. December 2011, amending

Council Directive 1999/31/EC, as regards the specific criteria for storage

metallic mercury considered waste. ".



2. In section 2, at the end of point (a) is replaced by a comma in the dot) and the following

the letter w), including footnotes, no 24:



"w) the temporary storage of metallic mercury-removal of metallic mercury,

that is waste, in accordance with the directly applicable European regulation

Union ^ 24) as indicated in the annex No 4 of law under code D15 so that

metallic mercury is temporarily stored for a period longer than one year.



24) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1102/2008 of 22 July.

October 2008 on the banning of exports of metallic mercury and certain compounds and mixtures

Mercury and the safe storage of metallic mercury. ".



3. under section 9 shall be added to § 9a, which including the title:



"§ 9a



Technical requirements for the temporary storage of metallic mercury



Facilities for the temporary storage of metallic mercury is a landfill group

S-hazardous waste. For the temporary storage of metallic mercury shall be subject

specific requirements in accordance with annex 13 to this Ordinance. ".



4. In annex 1, point 1.3. the words "(a). (d)) "shall be replaced by" subparagraph (a).

(e)) ".



5. In annex 4, paragraph 8, at the end of subparagraph (d) shall be replaced by a comma, dot)

and the following point (e)), which read:



"e) metallic mercury, which is a waste, it is taken to the temporary storage of

under the conditions referred to in section 9a. The other conditions laid down in this annex,

for the temporary storage of metallic mercury shall not be used. ".



6. in annex No 5 section and at the end of the text of paragraph 2, the words ", with the

the exception of the metal mercury, which is taken as waste to a temporary

storage under the conditions referred to in section 9a ".



7. in annex No 5 section and at the end of the text of paragraph 3, the words ", with the

the exception of the metal mercury, which is taken as waste to a temporary

storage under the conditions referred to in section 9a ".



8. in annex 5, part B, paragraph 5, the words "European Community" ^ 23) "

replaced by the words "European Union ^ 23)."



9. the following Annex No. 13, including footnote No 25, 26

and 27:



"Annex 13 to the Decree No. 294/2005 Sb.



Specific requirements for the temporary storage of metallic mercury



A. the criteria and procedure for admission to the temporary storage of metallic mercury



1. The composition of the metallic mercury



Metallic mercury shall meet the following specifications:



and mercury content) greater than 99.9% by weight,



(b) the absence of impurities) capable to induce corrosion of carbon or stainless steel

steel, for example, the solution of nitric acid or chloride solutions

salt.



2. requirements for Assembly resources



Containers used for the storage of metallic mercury shall be resistant to

corrosion and impact. Not be welds. Containers must satisfy the following

specifications:



and the material of the container): carbon steel (ASTM A36) or

stainless steel (AISI 304, 316 l),



(b) the containers must not shed) gases and liquids,



(c)) the external wall of the container must be resistant to conditions of storage,



(d) the design of the container) must pass the test of free fall and

leak test in accordance with annex and Chapter 6.1.5.3 and 6.1.5.4 European

the agreement on the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR), ^ 25).



The maximum degree of filling is 80% vol. to ensure

sufficient expansion space as a result of expansion of the liquid and as a result

the high temperature could cause leakage or permanent violations of the container.



3. The adoption of the temporary storage of metallic mercury



You can only receive a certificate showing compliance with containers

the requirements referred to in part A of this annex. The certificate shall be issued by the supplier

the waste, which means the originator or the beneficiary, i.e.. the person behind the waste

responsible until its delivery to the other beneficiary. Certificate

It does not replace the basic description of waste according to annex No 1.



Procedures must meet the following requirements:



and) only metal mercury, which meets the minimum criteria for

the acceptance referred to in paragraph 1,



b) containers must be visually inspected before storing;

damaged or corroded containers, or containers, showing escape

are taken,



(c)) on the container must be stamped a permanent mark indicating the

the container identification number, production materials, empty weight,

link to the manufacturer and date of manufacture,



(d)) on the containers must be permanently attached table

identification number certificate.



4. the content of the certificate



The certificate referred to in paragraph 3 shall contain the following information:



and vendor identification data) waste (name, registered office, address, ID,

If it has been granted),



(b) the person's identification data) responsible for the implementation of the (name of the containers,

registered office, address, identification number, if any),



(c) place and date of the performance) of containers,



(d) the quantity of mercury),



(e)) and, where appropriate, a description of the purity of mercury impurities, including analytical reports,



f) solemn declaration, that the containers were used exclusively for the carriage of

and storage of mercury,



(g)) the container identification numbers,



h) any special notes.



B. requirements for the temporary storage of metallic mercury



For the temporary storage of metallic mercury, the following requirements must be met:



1. metallic mercury shall be stored separately from other waste,



2. the containers shall be stored in collection tanks with a suitable surface without

cracks and crevices and weatherproof for metallic mercury, the detention

the volume of the corresponding amount of mercury in storage,



3. may only serve as storage devices, which comply with the technical

the requirements laid down by the law and by a special legislation on the protection of

the environment and people's health ^ 2), and which has been established for this

purpose in accordance with the specific legislation in the field of territorial

planning and construction of the order of 10 ^ ^).



4. store design and traffic organisations must ensure that

There is no threat to human health and damage to any of the ingredients of life

in accordance with the specific legislation on the protection of the

environment and people's health ^ 2)



5. storage must comply with the same technical and security requirements

as the warehouses of substances, preparations and products of the same dangerous

the properties of the metallic mercury, which is a waste,



6. storage must be fitted with the artificial or natural barriers, which

sufficiently guarantee the protection of the environment from emissions of mercury, and

must have a retention volume corresponding to the total amount of storage

Mercury,



7. floor storage must be covered with sealing materials resistant to

Mercury, vyspádované and equipped with a ditch,



8. storage meets the requirements of special legal regulation in the field of

fire protection ^ 26),



9. the stored material shall be so arranged that all containers be

can be easily removed.



(C). The requirements for the monitoring, control and procedures in the event of an accident and

record keeping for the temporary storage of metallic mercury



1. The requirements for the monitoring, control and procedures in the event of an accident



In the store to install a system of permanent monitoring of the fumes of mercury with

a sensitivity not less than 0.02 mg mercury/m3. Sensors are placed on the level of

floors and in height of 160-180 cm above the floor. Included is a Visual

and an acoustic warning system. System maintenance is performed each year.



The operator of storage and containers at least once a month, visually

checks. When finding the leak immediately, the operator shall take the necessary

measures to prevent the emission of mercury into the environment and restore the

the security of the storage of mercury. It shall proceed in accordance with the measures for the

the case of the crash, which are part of the approved operational regulations, and

the approved plan under the Water Act for Casco ^ 27). These documents,

as well as the necessary equipment for the safe handling of metallic mercury,

must be all the time in the premises of the storage operation. For all releases

It is considered, that have adverse effects on human health or the

the environment within the meaning of section 20 (b). I) of the Act.



2. Record keeping



All documents containing the information referred to in sections A and C of this
the annex, including the certificate accompanying the container and records

relating to the picking and dispatch of metallic mercury after their temporary

storage, destination and intended process, shall be kept

at least three years after their storage, unless otherwise specified in § 21. 1

(a). (e)) of the law the obligation to keep these documents for a longer period.



25) Decree No. 64/1987 Coll., on European Agreement concerning the international carriage of

transport of dangerous goods (ADR) and the communication of the Ministry of foreign No.

13/2009 Sb. m. s., which shall be added to the communication No. 159/1997 Coll., no.

186/1998 Coll., no. 54/1999 Coll., no 93/2000 Sb. m. s., no. 6/2002 Coll., m.

s., no. 65/2003 Coll. m. s., no. 77/2004 Sb. m. s., no. 33/2005 Sb. m. s.,

No 14/2007 Sb. m. s. and no 21/2008 Coll., m. s. for the adoption of amendments and

Add-ins "Annex A-general provisions and provisions concerning the

the dangerous substances and articles "and" Annex B-provision of transport

transport and transport "European Agreement on international road

transport of dangerous goods (ADR).



26) Law No. 133/1985 Coll., on fire protection, as amended

regulations.



§ 39, paragraph 27). 2 of the Act No. 254/2001 Coll. ".



Article. (II)



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of its publication.



Minister:



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