Notice Of Plants Burning Waste

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Overview (table of contents)

Chapter 1

scope


Chapter 2

definitions


Chapter 3

Application, environmental approval, injunctions and connection permits


Chapter 4

Design and operation


Chapter 5

Waste Receiving


Chapter 6

Air emissions


Chapter 7

Residues


Chapter 8

Soil and groundwater


Chapter 9

Waste water from flue gas cleaning


Chapter 10

Accident, stoppages, etc.


Chapter 11

Reporting and public announcement


Chapter 12

penalty


Chapter 13

Implementation and transitional provisions


Appendix 1

Requirements for measurements of air emissions


Appendix 2

Assessment of compliance with emission limit values ​​for air emissions


Appendix 3

Limits for air emissions from waste incineration plants


Appendix 4

Air emissions from co


Appendix 5

Equivalence factors for dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans


Appendix 6

Wastewater from gas


The full text
Notice of plants burning waste 1)
Pursuant to § 7 paragraph. 1, Nos. 1-3, and paragraph. 3, no. 1, § 13 paragraph. 1 and 2, § 29, § 35 paragraph. 2, § 39 paragraph. 3 and 4, § 41a paragraph. 3, § 41 b paragraph. 1, § 79 b, § 79, c paragraph. 1 pt. 1, § 80 paragraph. 1 and § 110 paragraph. 3 of the Act on environmental protection,. Legislative Decree no. 879 of 26 June 2010 as amended by Act no. 446 of 23 May 2012 and Law no. 1149 of 11 December 2012 states:

Chapter 1

Scope

§ 1. The Order sets out rules for the design and operation of waste incineration plants and waste co-incineration plants burning solid or liquid waste.

PCS. 2. This Order complements the notice of the approval of listed activities.

§ 2. The notice includes all incineration lines or co-unloading and storage facilities, pre-treatment facilities at the site, waste-fuel and air-supply systems, boilers, facilities for the treatment of exhaust gases, on site facilities for treatment or storage of residues and waste water, stacks, devices and systems for controlling incineration or. co-incineration and for recording and monitoring incineration or co-incineration.

PCS. 2. If processes other than oxidation, such as pyrolysis, gasification or plasma, the waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration plant for both heat treatment process and the subsequent incineration process.

§ 3. This Order does not:

1) Facility, which only treat radioactive waste.

2) Experimental plants used for research, development and testing in order to improve the incineration process and which treat less than 50 tonnes of waste per year.

3) Installations solely authorized or registered to dispose of all animal carcasses in accordance with the current regulations on health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption.

4) Installations solely burn biomass waste, as defined in § 4, no. 6

5) gasification or pyrolysis, where gases resulting from this thermal treatment of waste are purified to such an extent that they are no longer a waste prior to their incineration and they can cause higher emissions than those resulting from the burning of natural gas.

6) Construction of offshore installations burning waste resulting from the exploration for and exploitation of oil and gas resources.

Chapter 2

Definitions

§ 4. For the purposes of this Order:

1) Waste: Any solid or liquid waste as defined in the Order on waste.


2) Waste incineration plant: any stationary or mobile technical unit and equipment used exclusively for thermal treatment of waste, whether heat generated is recovered or not. This includes the incineration by oxidation of waste as well as other thermal treatment processes such as pyrolysis, gasification or plasma substances resulting from the treatment are subsequently incinerated.

3) Waste co-incineration plant: any stationary or mobile plant whose main purpose is to produce energy or production of material products and which uses wastes as a regular or additional fuel. This includes the incineration by oxidation of waste as well as other thermal treatment processes such as pyrolysis, gasification or plasma substances resulting from the treatment are subsequently incinerated. If waste co-incineration takes place in such a way that the plant's main purpose is not the generation of energy or production of material products but rather the thermal treatment of waste regarded the plant as a waste incinerator.

4) AMS control: Automatic Measurement System.

5) Existing waste incineration plants:

a) Waste incineration plants, which were in operation and approved before 28 December 2002.

b) Waste incineration plants, which are approved before 28 December 2002, provided that the plant was put into operation no later than 28 December 2003.

c) Waste incineration plants, after obtaining the approval authority, was the subject of a full request for authorization before 28 December 2002, provided that the plant is approved and put into operation by 28 December 2004.

6) Biomass Waste:

a) Vegetable waste from agriculture and forestry.

b) Vegetable waste from the food processing industry, if the heat is used.

c) Fibrous vegetable waste from virgin and production of paper from pulp if it is co-incinerated at the place of production and heat generated is recovered.

d) cork waste.

e) Wood waste except wood waste which may contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives or coating includes in particular such wood waste from construction and demolition waste.

7) mixed municipal waste: households as well as commercial, industrial and institutional waste, which because of its nature and composition is similar to household waste, excluding separately at source collected fractions indicated under heading. 20 01 and other wastes indicated under heading. 20 02 of the Waste.

8) Dioxins and furans: The polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans listed in Annex 5.

9) SCC: Secondary combustion chamber.

10) Actual operating time: Any time the incinerated waste, except for periods during startup and shutdown, which do not incinerate waste.

11) Hazardous waste means any solid or liquid waste, which is defined as hazardous waste, the Waste.

12) Decommissioning: Decommissioning includes the period from all waste in the furnace is burned to the oven has cooled completely.

13) Nominal capacity: The total incineration capacities of the furnaces of which a waste incineration plant or a waste co-incineration plant is composed, as specified by the constructor and confirmed by the company, taking into account the calorific value, expressed as the amount of waste that can be burned per hour.

14) Normal m3: m3 air at a temperature of 273,15 K, pressure of 101.3 kPa, as dry gas.

15) New waste incineration plant means any waste incineration plant not covered by the definition of the existing waste incineration plants.

16) Start-up: Start-up includes the period until the temperature in the post-combustion zone has reached 850 ° C and 1,100 ° C and firing of waste in the furnace begins.

17) Residues: Any liquid or solid waste generated by a waste incineration plant or a waste co-incineration plants.

18) Sewage Forsyningsselskab Sewage Forsyningsselskab covered by § 2. 1 of the Act on water sector organization and economic conditions.

Chapter 3

Application, environmental approval, injunctions and connection permits

Application requirements

§ 5. An application for an environmental permit under the Environmental Protection Act § 33 paragraph. 1 shall be in addition to the information required in order approving listed activities, describe what steps the company will in the work place to ensure the following:


1) waste incineration or waste co-incineration plant is designed, equipped, maintained and operated so that the requirements of this Order can be met, taking into account the categories of waste to be incinerated or co-incinerated.

2) The heat generated from incineration and co-incineration utilized to the extent practicable in the production of heat, steam or electricity.

3) the residues will be minimized in their amount and harmfulness. Residues shall be recycled, where appropriate.

§ 6. The application must include a list of the types of waste to be treated, if possible, on the basis of minimum waste types in the Order on Waste, and with information on the amount of each type of waste, where appropriate.

PCS. 2. The application must show whether the waste is hazardous waste. For hazardous waste, the application must include information on amounts distributed on EWC codes.

Prior publicity for application for environmental approval

§ 7. For the waste incineration and co-incineration plants which are subject of this notice, and is not covered by Annex 1 of the Decree on approval of listed activities, the rules of prior publicity for Annex 1-companies in order approving listed activities mutatis mutandis .

PCS. 2. The modification or extension of an operation which incinerate or co-incinerate non-hazardous waste, which means that the plant now can treat hazardous waste, considered a significant modification or extension, cf. Order on approval of listed activities.

Authentication commands and connection permit

§ 8. Approval Authority or the regulatory authority upon approval in accordance with § 33 or the injunction in accordance with § 41, ensure that the requirements of this Order that minimum is met.

PCS. 2. The municipal council shall, by notice of connection permits under the Environmental Protection Act § 28 para. 3, for waste incineration and co-incineration plants ensure that the requirements of §§ 35-41, as a minimum is met.

§ 9. The approval authority shall, in addition to the terms to be set by decree authorizing the listed activities, conditions of an authorization pursuant to § 33, or in the order in accordance with § 41, on:

1) The types of waste which may be treated, if possible, on the basis of minimum waste types in the Order on waste and provide information about the amount of each type of waste, where appropriate.

2) waste incineration or waste co-incineration plant rated capacity.

3) Limit values ​​for emissions to air.

4) The sampling methods, measurement techniques and frequencies to be used to satisfy the conditions for emission monitoring.

5) The maximum permissible period where the emissions to the air may exceed the prescribed emission limit values ​​because of stoppages, disturbances or failures of the purification or measuring devices.

6) Accommodation and location of measurement sites of sampling for the control of air emissions.

7) Where the post-combustion chamber SCC measurements of temperature to be made.

8) Design and operation of the facility, see. §§ 13-18.

9) That the company shall notify the supervisory authority immediately if control measurements show that the emission limit values ​​in the permit or order has been exceeded.

10) The content of organic carbon in the slag and bottom ashes.

11) Storage facilities for contaminated water arising from spillage or fire-fighting.

PCS. 2. For plants incinerating or co-incinerating hazardous waste, establishes approval authority or regulator in addition to conditions under paragraph. 1, terms of acceptance or injunction:

1) The amount of hazardous waste by waste type with associated EWC code of the Waste.

2) Minimum and maximum mass flow of hazardous wastes, their lowest and maximum calorific values ​​and their maximum contents of polychlorinated biphenyls, pentachlorophenol, chlorine, fluorine, sulfur, heavy metals and other pollutants.

PCS. 3. For waste incineration and waste co-incineration plants with wet gas cleaning and direct discharge of wastewater to the recipient establishes the approval authority or regulator in addition to the conditions referred to in paragraph. 1, terms of acceptance or injunction:

1) Emission limit values ​​for wastewater.

2) Requirements for spildevandsudledningens pH, temperature and flow.


3) The sampling methods, measuring methods and frequencies to be used to satisfy the conditions set for emission monitoring.

4) The maximum permissible period where the discharge of waste water may exceed the prescribed emission limit values ​​because of stoppages, disturbances or failures of the purification or measuring devices.

5) How measurements and sampling for the monitoring of wastewater discharges should be placed.

PCS. 4. For waste incineration and waste co-incineration plants with wet gas cleaning and discharge wastewater utility company establishes municipal terms of a connection permission under § 28 para. 3, in accordance with paragraph. 3, point Nos. 1-5.

§ 10. Authority shall regularly review the permit conditions for installations covered by Annex 2 to the Order on approval of listed activities and change them if necessary, see. Act § 41.

Chapter 4

Design and operation

General provisions

§ 11. The management and operation of waste incineration and co-incineration plants must be undertaken by a natural person who is responsible.

§ 12. Any heat generated by waste incineration or co-incineration process is recovered as far as practicable.

§ 13. Waste incineration plants shall be operated so as to achieve a level of total organic carbon content of slag and bottom ashes is less than 3% or their loss on ignition is less than 5% of the dry weight of the material. If necessary, waste pre-treatment.

EBK-temperature

§ 14. Waste incineration plants shall be designed, built and operated so that the gases created by the combustion of waste after the last injection of combustion air, in a controlled and homogeneous fashion and even under the most unfavorable conditions, to a temperature in 2 seconds is maintained at at least 850 ° C.

PCS. 2. On waste incinerators that burn hazardous waste with a content of more than 1% of halogenated organic substances, expressed as chlorine, the temperature must be increased to at least 1,100 ° C for at least 2 seconds.

§ 15. In waste incineration plants, the temperature as mentioned in § 14, measured near the inner wall of the combustion chamber unless the approval authority has determined otherwise.

PCS. 2. Measurements shall be performed in accordance with Annex 1

§ 16. Waste co-incineration plants shall be designed, equipped, built and operated so that the gases created by the combustion of waste in a controlled and homogeneous fashion and even under the most unfavorable conditions, to a temperature at least 2 seconds kept on at least 850 ° C.

PCS. 2. On waste co-incineration plants which incinerate hazardous waste with a content of more than 1% of halogenated organic substances, expressed as chlorine, the temperature must be increased to at least 1,100 ° C for at least 2 seconds.

Auxiliary burners

§ 17. Each combustion chamber of a waste incineration plant shall be equipped with at least one auxiliary burner.

PCS. 2. The burner must be switched on automatically when the combustion temperature after the last injection of combustion air falls below the temperatures set out in §§ 14 and 16.

PCS. 3. The auxiliary burner must also be used during start-up and shut-down in order to ensure that the temperatures are maintained at all times during start-up and shut-down, and as long as unburned waste in the combustion chamber.

PCS. 4. The auxiliary burner shall not be fed with fuels which can cause higher emissions than those resulting from the burning of gasoil as defined. Defined in the Executive Order on the sulfur content of solid and liquid fuels, liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas.

Automatic system to prevent feed waste

§ 18 waste incineration and co-incineration plants shall operate an automatic system to prevent waste combustion in the following situations:

1) During start-up, until the temperature of § 14 or § 16 is achieved.

2) If the temperature of § 14 or § 16 is maintained during operation.

3) When the continuous measurements show that any emission limit value is exceeded due to disturbances or failures of the waste gas cleaning, see. § 43.

Exemptions from the requirement for the design and operation

§ 19. The certification authority or regulator can at waste incineration plants set conditions in a permit in accordance with § 33, or an order pursuant to § 41, which differ from the requirements of §§ 13, 14 and 17 as well as requirements on temperature in § 18, no. 1 and 2, on condition that


1) there being created residues or residues with a higher content of organic pollutants than if the rules were waived, and

2) Executive Order other requirements are met.
It must appear from the stipulated conditions for which certain types of waste or for certain thermal processes, deviation applies.

PCS. 2. The certification authority or regulator can co-set conditions in a permit in accordance with § 33, or an order pursuant to § 41, which differ from the requirements of § 16, and requirements for temperature in § 18, no. 1 and 2, on condition of

1) emission limit values ​​for TOC and CO in Annex 3 can be observed and

2) Executive Order other requirements also can be observed.
It must appear from the stipulated conditions for which certain types of waste or for certain thermal processes, deviation applies.

Chapter 5

Waste Receiving

§ 20. The company must take all necessary precautions concerning the delivery and reception of waste in order as far as practicable the extent to prevent or reduce pollution of air, soil, surface water and groundwater as well as other environmental damage, odor and noise pollution as well as for to avoid direct risks to human health.

§ 21. In connection with the receipt of the waste the company must ensure that:

1) the existence of all necessary information about the waste in order to assess whether it should be included in the intended incineration process, and

2) the weight of each waste type is determined, if possible according to the EWC-code provided. Jäteasetus.

§ 22. The company must prior to receipt of hazardous waste in the waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration collect all available information on the hazardous waste and verify that the approval or order its conditions of waste type, quantity, mass flow, calorific value and content of pollutants set. § 9, paragraph . 2 are applied. The information shall include:

1) All administrative information on the generating process contained in the documentation according to the then-current regulations on waste, waste shipment and transport of dangerous goods.

2) waste physical and wherever possible chemical composition and any other information necessary to assess whether it is suitable for the intended incineration,

3) the waste hazardous properties of the substances that can not be mixed and special precautions in handling the waste.

PCS. 2. The company should be in receipt of hazardous waste in the waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration plant at least the following procedures:

1) Check the appropriate documents in accordance with the then-current regulations on waste, waste shipment and transport of dangerous goods.

2) As far as possible before unloading, take representative samples to check that the composition of the waste is consistent with the information in paragraphs. 1, Nos. 1-3, to give the regulator the opportunity to know the nature of the treated waste. The samples must be kept at the facility for at least one month after the incineration or co-incineration of the last part of the consignment of hazardous waste.

§ 23. Approval Authority may alleviate the requirements of §§ 21 and 22, for installations covered by Annex 1 of the Decree on approval of listed activities and solely incinerating or co-own waste.

§ 24. Infectious clinical waste should be fed the furnace without direct handling, and without it being mixed with other waste.

Chapter 6

Air emissions

Emission limits for air

§ 25. Waste incineration plants must meet minimum emission limit values ​​in Annex 3.

§ 26. Waste co-incineration plants must meet minimum emission limit values ​​set out in Annex 4.

PCS. 2. If more than 40% of the heat release in a waste co-incineration plants comes from hazardous waste, or the plant co-incinerates untreated mixed municipal waste, the waste co-incineration plant comply with the emission limit values ​​in Annex 3.

Self-monitoring of air emissions

§ 27 waste incineration and co-incineration plants must be equipped with measuring devices that monitor atmospheric emissions in accordance with Annex 1

PCS. 2. Installation and operation of automated systems for measuring and recording emissions into the air must be checked once a year by Annex 1

PCS. 3. Performance measurements of air pollutants carried out in accordance with Annex 1


§ 28. The company must ensure that all monitoring results are recorded, processed and presented in such a way that the regulator can verify that the operating conditions and emission limit values ​​set in the permit or order are respected.

Compliance with emission limit values ​​for air

§ 29. The emission limit values ​​for air in Annex 3 and 4 shall be deemed to be fulfilled when the requirements of Annex 2 are met.

Chapter 7

Residues

§ 30. Residues to be limited to a minimum as regards quantity and harmfulness. Residues shall be recycled, where appropriate.

PCS. 2. the residues which can not be reduced or recycled will be disposed of according to current regulations.

§ 31. Transport and intermediate storage of dry residues in the form of dust must take place in such a way that they do not spread in the environment.

§ 32. Within residues disposed of or reused, making appropriate tests to determine the residual physical and chemical characteristics and the polluting potential. Tests shall concern the total soluble fraction and heavy metals soluble fraction.

Chapter 8

Soil and groundwater

§ 33. Company sites for waste incineration and co-incineration plants, including associated storage areas for waste, shall be designed and operated so that the unauthorized and accidental release of pollutants into soil, surface water and groundwater.

§ 34. There must be capacity for storing polluted rainwater from the site for waste incineration and waste co-incineration plant for contaminated water arising from spillage or fire-fighting. The storage capacity must be adequate to ensure that such waters can be purified before discharge.

Chapter 9

Waste water from flue gas cleaning

§ 35. Discharges to the aquatic environment of waste water from flue gas cleaning shall be limited as far as possible.

Emission limits for waste water from flue

§ 36. waste incineration and co-incineration plants must meet minimum emission limits in Annex 6 for waste water from flue gas cleaning.

PCS. 2. The waste water must not be diluted to meet emission limits.

Self-monitoring of wastewater from gas

§ 37. waste incineration and co-incineration plants must be equipped with measuring equipment that monitors the discharge of waste water from flue gas cleaning in accordance with Annex 6

§ 38. Installation and operation of automated systems for measuring and recording discharges of wastewater must be checked once a year by Annex 6

§ 39. Measurements of water pollutants carried out in accordance with Annex 6

§ 40. The company must ensure that all monitoring results are recorded, processed and presented in such a way that the regulator can check the operating conditions and emission limit values ​​laid down in the approval, order or connection permit observed.

Compliance with emission limit values ​​for waste water from flue

§ 41. The emission limit values ​​for waste water from flue gas cleaning in Annex 6 is considered to be complied with when the criteria in Annex 6 are met.

Chapter 10

Accident, stoppages, etc.

Accident

§ 42. The company must in case of damage as soon as practicable, down operations until normal operations can be resumed.

PCS. 2. During the accident must

1) the emission of total dust from a waste incineration plant does not exceed 150 mg / normal m3 expressed as a half-hourly average value

2) emissions of CO waste incineration plants should not exceed 100 mg / normal m3 expressed as a half-hourly average value, and

3) the emissions of TOC waste incineration plant does not exceed 20 mg / normal m3 expressed as a half-hourly average value.

Technically unavoidable stoppages, disturbances in waste gas cleaning etc.

§ 43. waste incineration and waste co-incineration plants shall operate an automatic system to prevent waste feed firing, when the continuous measurements show that any emission limit value in Annex 3 or 4 is exceeded due to disturbances or failures of the waste gas cleaning, see. However, § 44 paragraph. 1 pt. 2


§ 44. Incineration of waste in ovnlinjer that are linked to one single flue gas cleaning, do not incinerate waste for a continuous period of more than four hours if the emission limit values ​​for half-hourly average in column A of the table in Section 2 of Annex 3 for NOx, SO2 , HCl, HF and total dust is exceeded due to:

1) stoppages,

2) disturbances or failures of the waste gas cleaning, or

3) disruption or failure of measuring devices.

PCS. 2. Operating under the terms of paragraph. 1 may not exceed 60 hours during a calendar year.

PCS. 3. In the situations referred to in paragraph. 1 must:

1) the emission of total dust from a waste incineration plant does not exceed 150 mg / normal m3 expressed as a half-hourly average value

2) the emission of CO from a waste incineration plant does not exceed 100 mg / normal m3 expressed as hourly average value and

3) the emissions of TOC from a waste incineration plant not exceed 20 mg / normal m3 expressed as a half-hourly average value.

Chapter 11

Reporting and public announcement

§ 45. The municipal council shall upon the request of the Environmental Protection Agency information about facilities that are covered by the Order, and on emissions, etc., that are necessary for Denmark to fulfill its obligation of reporting to the EU on the implementation of directives.

§ 46. Authority publishes by advertisement at least once a year a list of waste incineration and co-incineration plants with a nominal capacity of less than two tonnes per hour. The list will be published before 1 April, the first time before 1 April 2013. Advertising can be done entirely digitally on the Authority's website.

Chapter 12

Penalty

§ 47. Unless a higher penalty is warranted under other legislation, punishable by fine who:

1) fails to seek to utilize the extra heat generated by waste incineration or co-incineration in contravention of § 12

2) fails to take all necessary measures in accordance with § 20

3) fails to ensure all necessary information, and the weight of each waste type is determined according to § 21

4) fails to collect the information or control the conditions according to § 22

5) handling clinical waste in violation of § 24

6) fails to record, process or submit monitoring results in accordance with § 28

7) fails to discourage and genvende residues in violation of § 30

8) transporting and temporarily storing dry residues in violation of § 31

9) fails to be carried out appropriate tests according to § 32

10) fails to develop and operate sites for waste incineration and waste co-incineration plants under § 33

11) discharging flue contrary to § 35

12) dilutes wastewater in violation of § 36 paragraph. 2

13) fails to record, process or submit monitoring results in accordance with § 40

14) fails to comply with the emission limits Breakdown according to § 42 paragraph. 2

15) fails to operate a waste or a waste co-incineration plant with an automatic system in violation of § 43.

PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence and if the violation is

1) harm to the environment or risk of harm, or

2) achieved or intended financial gain for himself or others, including savings.

PCS. 3. It may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.

Chapter 13

Entry into force and transitional provisions

§ 48. This Order shall enter into force on 7 January 2013.

PCS. 2. Order no. 1356 of 21 December 2011 on plants burning waste repealed.

§ 49. Pending cases in the first instance on the approval of waste incineration plants and waste co-incineration plants, including additions or modifications, which submitted a complete application before 7 January 2013 to be completed by the previous rules on condition that the company put into operation later 7 January 2014.

§ 50. Authority to take decisions on the authorization of plant treating wastes by gasification, pyrolysis or plasma reconsidered if the facility is subject to publication in accordance with. § 2. 2 and § 3, no. 5 and paragraph 5.2 of Annex 1 order on approval of listed activities in order to ensure that its requirements are observed by 7 January 2014.


§ 51. Authority to take decisions approving the cement kilns co-incinerating waste, re-evaluated in order to ensure that the emission limit value for NOx in Annex 4, Section 2.1, observed:

1) For Lepol rotary kilns and long rotary kilns by 1 January 2016.

2) For other cement kilns by 1 January 2014.

§ 52. Authority to take decisions on the authorization granted prior to January 7, 2013, for combustion plants covered by paragraph 5.2 of Annex 1 to the Order on approval of listed activities, if the plant incinerating waste and have a rated thermal input of 100 MW and more reconsideration in order to ensure that the facility complies with the emission limit values ​​of Annex 4, section 3.1.1 later than 7 January 2014.

§ 53. Authority to take decisions on the approval of combustion plants which co-incinerate waste, re-evaluated in order to ensure that the facility complies with the emission limit values ​​of Annex 4, section 3.1.2, by 1 January 2016.

§ 54. Pending appeals finalized according to the previous rules.

Ministry of Environment, December 20, 2012
Ida Auken
/ Michel Schilling



Appendix 1

Requirements for measurements of air emissions

First Measurement Techniques
Periodic measurements of the emissions to air shall be made in accordance with this section.
Measurements for the determination of concentrations of air pollutants carried out representatively.
Sampling and analysis of all pollutants including dioxins and furans as well as quality assurance of automated measuring systems and the reference measurement methods to calibrate these systems is carried out according to CEN standards. In the absence of CEN-standards, ISO standards, national or other international standards which ensure the provision of information of an equivalent scientific quality shall apply. Automated measuring systems shall be subject to control by means of parallel measurements with the reference methods at least once a year.
To the extent that these do not provide for more stringent requirements implemented measurement programs in line with OML Chapters 5 and Order on quality requirements for environmental measurements carried out by accredited laboratories, certified persons, etc.
For daily mean values, the values ​​of the 95% confidence intervals for a single measured result shall not exceed the following percentages of the emission limit values:











Carbon monoxide:


10%



Sulphur dioxide:


20%



Nitrogen dioxide:


20%



Total dust:


30%



Total organic carbon:


30%



Hydrogen:


40%



Hydrogen:


40%.









Second Requirements for measurements
performed the following measurements relating to air pollutants:



1. AMS control the following substances: NOx, CO, total dust, TOC, HCl, HF and SO2

2. AMS control the following operating parameters: temperature (near the inner wall or another representative point of the combustion chamber as authorized by the approval authority), pressure, temperature and water vapor content

3. Performance inspection at least twice a year of heavy metals and dioxins and furans; however, take at least one performance inspections every three months for the first twelve months, the plant is in operation.

Inspection period for AMS control is a calendar year.

Performance Check for heavy metals is carried out according to the guidelines in OML. For dioxins and furans consists performance control of a single measurement.
If the approval authority shall set emission limit values ​​for emissions other than the substances mentioned in point 1-3, the permit or the order include requirements on measurements of these substances.
Flue gases residence time, minimum temperature and the oxygen content must be checked at least once when the waste incineration or waste co-incineration plant into service and under the most unfavorable operating conditions.
Third Standardization of measurement results to standardiltkoncentration
The measurement results are standardized using the standard oxygen concentrations mentioned in Annex 3 or 4 or calculated in accordance with Annex 4, and by using the formula:
ES = EM * (21-OS) / (21-OM)
ES: calculated emission concentration at the standard percentage oxygen concentration
EM: Measured emission concentration
OS: Standardiltkoncentration
oN: Measured oxygen concentration
fourth Exemptions from the requirement for measurements and standardized oxygen content

4.1 Exemptions from the requirement for continuous measurements of the water vapor content

AMS control of the water vapor content is not required if the exhaust gas is dried before the emissions are analyzed.

4.2 Exemptions from the requirement of AMS control of HF

AMS control of HF may be omitted if treatment of HCl include processing steps which ensure that the emission limit value for HCl is not exceeded. In such a case be made that performance control for HF least 2 times a year, however, at least one inspection every three months for the first twelve months, the plant is in operation.
Performance Audits will be conducted along the lines of OML.

4.3 Exemptions from the requirement of AMS control of HCl, HF and SO
2

Approval authority may waive the requirement of AMS control of HCl, HF and SO2 and require performance monitoring of HCl, HF and SO2 at least 2 times a year, or at least control every three months for the first twelve months, the facility is in operation or waive the measurements. This assumes that the company can prove that the emissions of those pollutants can under no circumstances higher than the prescribed emission limit values.
Performance Audits will be conducted along the lines of OML.

4.4 Exemptions from the requirement of AMS control of NO
x

Approval authority may waive the requirement of AMS control of NOx, dust and waste co-incineration plant with a nominal capacity of less than 6 tonnes per hour, and require performance control of NOx at least 2 times a year, however, at least one control each third month of the first twelve months, the plant is in operation. This requires the company on the basis of information about the waste concerned, the technologies used and the results of emission monitoring can show that NOx emissions can under no circumstances be higher than the prescribed emission limit.
Performance Audits will be conducted along the lines of OML.

4.5 Derogation from the requirement measurements for heavy metals and dioxins and furans

Approval authority may reduce the frequency of measurements for heavy metals and dioxins and furans to a measurement every two years for heavy metals and one measurement per year for dioxins and furans in the following cases:



1. Emissions from incineration or incineration of waste are under all circumstances below 50% of the emission limit values ​​

2. the waste to be co-incinerated or incinerated consists only of certain sorted combustible fractions of non-hazardous waste not suitable for recycling and presenting certain characteristics, and which is further specified on the basis of the assessment referred to in paragraph 3 and

3. company can prove on the basis of information about the quality of the waste and emission monitoring, that emissions are under all circumstances significantly below the emission limit values ​​for heavy metals and dioxins and furans.

4.6 Deviations from standardized oxygen content

If there are incinerated or co-incinerated in a oxygen-enriched atmosphere, the measurement results are standardized at an oxygen content laid down by the approval authority, which reflects the particular circumstances of the individual case.

If emissions of pollutants are reduced by exhaust gas treatment in a waste or waste co-incineration plant treating hazardous waste, is calculated to standardized oxygen content only if the oxygen content measured under the control of the pollutant concerned exceeds the relevant standard oxygen content.



Appendix 2

Assessment of compliance with emission limit values ​​for air emissions

First Determination of mean values ​​
half-hourly average values ​​and the timinuttersmiddelværdierne determined within the effective operating time (excluding the start-up and shut-down if no waste is being incinerated) from the measured values ​​after it fixed in Annex 1 value of the confidence interval is deducted. The daily average values ​​shall be determined from those validated average values.
To obtain a valid daily average value may only be disposed of five half-hourly average values ​​in any day due to malfunction or maintenance of the continuous measurement system. Only 10 daily average values ​​per. measurement system must be discarded each year due to malfunction or maintenance of the continuous measurement system.
Second Compliance with emission limit values ​​for waste incineration plants
limit values ​​for emissions to air is considered met if:



1) None of the daily average values ​​exceeds the emission limit Annex 3, Section 1

2) Either of the daily average values ​​exceeds the emission limit values ​​Annex 3, Section 2, column A or, where appropriate, at least 97% of the daily average values ​​over the year do not exceed the emission limit values ​​set out in Annex 3, Section 2, column B.

3) No performance inspections of heavy metals, dioxins and furans during the sampling period exceeds the emission limit values ​​set out in Annex 3, section 3 and 4.

4) At least 97% of the daily average values ​​for CO during the calendar year does not exceed the emission limit for daily average in Annex 3, section 5, no. 1

5) At least 95% of all timinuttersmiddelværdier for CO in any 24-hour period or all of the half-hourly average values ​​for CO in the same period do not exceed the emission limit for half an hour in Annex 3, section 5, no. 2 and 3.

Waste incineration plants where the gas from the combustion at least two seconds reaches a minimum temperature of 1100 ° C, the monitoring and approval Authority for an evaluation period of seven days for timinuttersmiddelværdierne.
Average values ​​over the sample period for AMS control and performance inspections determined in compliance with the environmental approval requirements for prøvtagningsmetoder, measurement techniques, and - frequencies see. § 9 paragraph. 1, no. 4, requirements for placement of measurement techniques and sampling points referred to. § 9 paragraph. 1, no. 6, and requirements for measurement techniques, see. Annex 1, para. 1.
third Compliance with emission limit values ​​for waste incineration plants
limit values ​​for emissions to air is considered met if:



1) None of the daily average values ​​exceeds the emission limit values ​​of Annex 4 or calculated in accordance with Annex 4.

2) None of performance controls for heavy metals, dioxins and furans during the sampling period exceeds the emission limit values ​​set out in Annex 4 or calculated in accordance with Annex 4

3) The provisions of Annex 4 for CO met.

Average values ​​over the sample period for AMS control and performance inspections determined in compliance with the environmental approval requirements for prøvtagningsmetoder, measurement methods and - frequencies see. § 9 paragraph. 1, no. 4, requirements for placement of measuring points and sampling points referred to. § 9 paragraph. 1, no. 6, and requirements for measurement techniques. See Appendix 1.



Appendix 3

Limits for air emissions from waste incineration plants

All emission limit values ​​calculated at a temperature of 273,15 K, a pressure of 101.3 kPa and after correcting for the flue gas water vapor content.
They are standardized oxygen in waste gas of 11%, except in case of incineration of waste oils as defined in § 3, no. 42 of the Waste, as they are standardized at 3% oxygen, and in the cases where approval authority has waived the requirement for standardized oxygen content, see section 4.6. of Annex 1
first Emission limits for daily mean











Total dust


10 mg / normal m³




Gaseous and vaporous organic substances, expressed as total organic carbon (TOC)


10 mg / normal m³



Hydrogen chloride (HCl)


10 mg / normal m³



Hydrogen fluoride (HF)


1 mg / normal m³



Sulphur dioxide (SO2)


50 mg / normal m³



Nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), expressed as NO2 for existing waste incineration plants with a nominal capacity of 6 tonnes per year. hour or new waste incineration plants


200 mg / normal m³



Nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), expressed as NO2 for existing waste incineration plants with a nominal capacity of 6 tonnes per hour or less


400 mg / normal m³









Second Emission limits for half-hourly average values ​​














(100%) A


(97%) B



Total dust


30 mg / normal m³


10 mg / normal m³



Gaseous and vaporous organic substances, expressed as total organic carbon (TOC)


20 mg / normal m³


10 mg / normal m³



Hydrogen chloride (HCl)


60 mg / normal m³


10 mg / normal m³



Hydrogen fluoride (HF)


4 mg / normal m³


2 mg / normal m³



Sulphur dioxide (SO2)


200 mg / normal m³


50 mg / normal m³



Nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), expressed as NO2 for existing waste incineration plants with a nominal capacity of 6 tonnes per year. hour or new waste incineration plants


400 mg / normal m³


200 mg / normal m³










Third Emission limits for heavy metals











Cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium (Cd)


Total: 0.05 mg / normal m³



Thallium and its compounds, expressed as thallium (Tl)




Mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury (Hg)


0.05 mg / normal m³




Antimony and its compounds, expressed as antimony (Sb)


Total: 0.5 mg / normal m³



Arsenic and its compounds, expressed as arsenic (As)




Lead and its compounds, expressed as lead (Pb)




Chromium and its compounds, expressed as chromium (Cr)




Cobalt and its compounds, expressed as cobalt (Co)




Copper and its compounds, expressed as copper (Cu)




Manganese and its compounds, expressed as manganese (Mn)




Nickel and its compounds, expressed as nickel (Ni)




Vanadium and its compounds, expressed as vanadium (V)










These average values ​​cover also gaseous and vaporous emissions of the relevant heavy metals and their compounds.
Fourth Emission limits for dioxins and furans
Emission limit for dioxins and furans over a sampling period of at least six hours and a maximum of eight hours. The emission limit value refers to the total concentration of dioxins and furans calculated in accordance with Annex 5.











Dioxins and furans


0.1 ng / normal m³









Fifth Emission limit values ​​for carbon monoxide (CO)



1) 50 mg / normal m³ as daily average value

2) 100 mg / normal m³ as a hourly average value

3) 150 mg / normal m³ as timinuttersmiddelværdi.

Approval authority may authorize exemptions from the emission limit values ​​for CO set out in this section for waste incineration plants using fluidised bed technology, provided that the permit sets an emission limit value for carbon monoxide (CO) of not more than 100 mg / normal m3 as an hourly average value.



Appendix 4

Air emissions from co

Emission limit
The Annex applies to the co-incineration of waste, determined on the basis of the heat release from the waste. By co-incineration of mixed municipal waste or more than 40% of hazardous waste, Annex 3 apply to the whole combustion.
First Calculation of the emission limit values ​​
The following formula (mixing rule) used when not given a specific total emission limit value 'C' in a table in this Annex.
The emission limit value for each relevant polluting substance and CO in the flue gas from the incineration of waste shall be calculated as follows:














Vwaste



:


Flue gas from incineration of waste only determined from the waste specified in the permit with the lowest calorific value and standardized at the conditions of this Directive.
If the heat release from the incineration of hazardous waste does not exceed 10% of the total heat released in the plant, the Vwaste calculated from a (notional) quantity of waste that, being incinerated, would equal 10% heat release, the total heat release being fixed .



Cwaste



:


Emission limits for incineration plants set out in Annex 3.




Vproc




Flue gas from the plant process including the combustion of the authorized fuels normally used in the plant (wastes excluded) determined on the basis of oxygen contents at which the emissions must be standardized under EU legislation or local law. The absence of regulations for this kind of plant, the real oxygen content in the exhaust gas without being thinned by addition of air unnecessary for the process.



Cproc



:


The emission limit values ​​in the tables of this annex set for certain industrial activities or if such values, emission limit values ​​of plants which comply with national laws and administrative provisions for such plants while burning the normally authorized fuels (wastes). If there are no such provisions, the emission limit values ​​set out in the permit. Absence of such permit values ​​the real mass concentrations.



C


:


The total emission limit values ​​at an oxygen content as set out in this Annex for certain industrial activities and certain polluting substances or, if such values, total emission limit values ​​replacing the emission limit values ​​in this Directive specific annexes. The total oxygen content to replace the standardization is calculated on the basis of the content above respecting the partial volumes.
All emission limit values ​​calculated at a temperature of 273,15 K, a pressure of 101.3 kPa and after correcting for the flue gas water vapor content.










Second Special provisions for cement kilns co-incinerating waste

2.1 Emission limit for daily average for total dust, HCl, HF, NO
x
, SO
2
and TOC

The emission limit values ​​(C) shall apply as daily average values ​​determined by AMS control. All values ​​are standardized at 10% oxygen.
Half-hourly average values ​​shall only be needed in view of calculating the daily average values.











Pollutant


C
(Mg / normal m3)



Total dust


30



HCl


10



HF


1



NOx



500a)




SO2



50b)




TOC


10b)








a) Until 1 January 2016, the approval authority shall grant exemptions from the limit values ​​for NOx for Lepol rotary kilns and long rotary kilns provided that the permit sets a total emission limit value for NOx does not exceed 800 mg / normal m3.
b) The approval authority may depart from the emission limit value for TOC and SO2 if TOC respectively. SO2 do not result from waste co-incineration.









2.2 Emission limit values ​​for CO

Approval authority may set emission limit values ​​for CO.

2.3 Emission limits for heavy metals

Emission limit values ​​(C) applies to be averaged over the sampling period. See Appendix 1. All values ​​are standardized at 10% oxygen.











Pollutant


C
(Mg / normal m3)



Cd + Tl


0.05



Hg


0.05



Sb + As + Pb + Cr + Co + Cu + Mn + Ni + V


0.5









2.4 Emission limits for dioxins and furans

The emission limit value (C) applies averaging sampling period. See Appendix 1. All values ​​are standardized at 10% oxygen.











Pollutant


C
(Ng / normal m3)



Dioxins and furans (ng / normal m³)


0.1









Third Special provisions for combustion plants co-incinerating waste

3.1 Emission limits for SO
2
, NO
x
and dust for installations covered by paragraph 3.1 item. 1 or 2

Emission limit in section 3.1 include the following combustion plants which co-incinerate waste:



1) Combustion plants that are environmentally approved before 7 January 2013.

2) Combustion plants where in January 7, 2013 submitted a complete application for an environmental permit, and where the heating system is put into operation no later than 7 January 2014.

Section 3.2 sets emission limit values ​​SO2, NOx and dust for 'other' combustion plants which co-incinerate waste, ie plants not covered by paragraph 1 or 2.
emission limit values ​​apply as daily average values ​​(mg / normal m³) determined by AMS control. The half-hourly average values ​​shall only be needed in view of calculating the daily average values.
In determining the combustion plants, the total rated thermal input applied the aggregation rules in the executive order on large combustion plants.

3.1.1 Emission limits for SO
2
, NO
x
and dust until December 31, 2015

The emission limit values ​​applicable to combustion plants covered by section 3.1.
Cproc for solid fuels with the exception of biomass (O2 content 6%)














polluting
substances


300 MWth



SO2



-


850


200


200



NOx



-


400


200


200



dust



50


50


30


30












Cproc for biomass (O2 content 6%)














polluting
substances


300 MWth



SO2



-


200


200


200



NOx



-


350


300


200



dust


50


50


30


30












Cproc for liquid fuels (O2 content 3%)














polluting
substances


300 MWth



SO2



-


850


400-200
(Linear decrease from 100 to 300 MWth)


200



NOx



-


400


200


200



dust


50


50


30


30












3.1.2 Emission limits for SO
2
, NO
x
and dust from January 1, 2016

The emission limit values ​​applicable to combustion plants covered by section 3.1, with the exception of gas turbines and gas engines.
Cproc for solid fuels with the exception of biomass (O2 content 6%)














polluting
substance



300 MWth



SO2



-


400
for peat: 300


200


200



NOx



-


300
for brunkulspulver: 400


200


200



dust


50


30


25
for peat: 20


20












Cproc for biomass (O2 content 6%)














polluting
substance


300 MWth



SO2



-


200


200


200



NOx



-


300


250


200



dust


50


30


20


20












Cproc for liquid fuels (O2 content 3%)














polluting
substance


300 MWth



SO2



-


350


250


200



NOx



-


400


200


150



dust


50



30


25


20












3.2 Emission limits for SO
2
, NO
x
and dust for 'other' combustion plants

Emission limit in section 3.2 include 'other' combustion plants which co-incinerate waste, ie combustion plants not covered by section 3.1.
The emission limit values ​​apply as daily average values ​​(mg / normal m³) determined by AMS control. The half-hourly average values ​​shall only be needed in view of calculating the daily average values.
In determining the combustion plants, the total rated thermal input applied the aggregation rules in the executive order on large combustion plants.

3.2.1 Emission limits for SO
2
, NO
x
and dust until January 7, 2013

The emission limit values ​​in section 3.1.1 also apply to the 'other' combustion plants until 7 January 2013.

3.2.2 Emission limits for SO
2
, NO
x
and dust from January 7, 2013

The emission limit values ​​(Cproc) applies to combustion plants covered by Section 3.2, except for gas turbines and gas engines.
Cproc for solid fuels with the exception of biomass (O2 content 6%)














Pollutant


300 MWth



SO2



-


400
for peat: 300


200
for peat: 300, except in the case of fluidized bed combustion 250


150
for circulating or pressurized fluidized bed combustion or, in case of peat firing, for all fluidized bed combustion: 200



NOx



-


300
for peat: 250


200


150
for the firing of brunkulspulver: 200



dust


50


20


20


10
for peat: 20












Cproc for biomass (O2 content 6%)














Pollutant


300 MWth



SO2



-


200


200


150



NOx



-


250



200


150



dust


50


20


20


20












Cproc for liquid fuels (O2 content 3%)














Pollutant


300 MWth



SO2



-


350


200


150



NOx



-


300


150


100



dust


50


20


20


10












3.3 Emission limits for heavy metals

The emission limit values ​​applicable as means for sampling period. See Appendix 1. For solid fuels are standardized at an oxygen content of 6% and liquid fuel for an oxygen content of 3%.
The emission limit values ​​(C) applies to all combustion plants co-incinerating waste.











Contaminants


C
(Mg / normal m3)



Cd + Tl


0.05



Hg


0.05



Sb + As + Pb + Cr + Co + Cu + Mn + Ni + V


0.5









3.4 Emission limits for dioxins and furans

The emission limit value (C) applies averaging sampling period. See Appendix 1. For solid fuels are standardized at an oxygen content of 6% and liquid fuel for an oxygen content of 3%.
The emission limit applies to all combustion plants co-incinerating waste.











Pollutant


C
(Ng / normal m3)



Dioxins and furans


0.1










Fourth Special provisions for waste incineration plants in industrial sectors
For waste co-incineration plants in industrial sectors not covered by paragraphs 2 or 3, the emission limit values ​​for heavy metals and dioxins and furans.
The emission limit values ​​(C) applies to be averaged over the sampling period, See Appendix 1.
C - total emission limit value (ng / normal m3) for dioxins and furans expressed as average value over the sampling period of at least six hours and a maximum of eight hours :











Pollutant


C



Dioxins and furans


0.1









C - total emission limit values ​​(mg / normal m3) for heavy metals expressed as average values ​​over the sample period of a minimum of 30 minutes and a maximum of eight hours:











Contaminants


C



Cd + Tl


0.05



Hg


0.05











Appendix 5

Equivalence factors for dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans

To determine the total concentration of dioxins and furans, the mass concentrations of the following dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans the following equivalence factors before summing:













Toxic



2,3,7,8 - Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin (TCDD)


1



1,2,3,7,8 - Pentachlordibenzodioxin (PeCDD)


0.5



1,2,3,4,7,8 - Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD)


0.1



1,2,3,6,7,8 - Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD)


0.1



1,2,3,7,8,9 - Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD)


0.1



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


0.01



Octachlordibenzodioxin (OCDD)


0,001



2,3,7,8 - Tetrachlordibenzofuran (TCDF)


0.1



2,3,4,7,8 - Pentachlordibenzofuran (PeCDF)


0.5



1,2,3,7,8 - Pentachlordibenzofuran (PeCDF)


0.05



1,2,3,4,7,8 - Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)


0.1



1,2,3,6,7,8 - Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)



0.1



1,2,3,7,8,9 - Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)


0.1



2,3,4,6,7,8 - Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)


0.1



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


0.01



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


0.01



Octachlordibenzofuran (OCDF)


0,001











Appendix 6

Wastewater from gas

First Emission Limit Values ​​for discharges of waste water from flue











Contaminants


Emission limit values ​​for unfiltered samples (mg / l except for dioxins and furans)



1. Total suspended


(95%)
30


(100%)
45



2. Mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury (Hg)


0.03



3. Cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium (Cd)


0.05



4. Thallium and its compounds, expressed as thallium (Tl)


0.05



5. Arsenic and its compounds, expressed as arsenic (As)


0.15



6. Lead and its compounds, expressed as lead (Pb)


0.2



7. Chromium and its compounds, expressed as chromium (Cr)


0.5



8. Copper and its compounds, expressed as copper (Cu)


0.5



9. Nickel and its compounds, expressed as nickel (Ni)


0.5



10. Zinc and its compounds, expressed as zinc (Zn)


1.5



11. Dioxins and furans


0.3 ng / l









Second Measurement Techniques
Periodic measurements of the emissions to water shall be taken in accordance with this section.
Measurements for the determination of concentrations of water pollutants carried out representatively.

Sampling and analysis of all pollutants including dioxins and furans as well as quality assurance of automated measuring systems and the reference measurement methods to calibrate these systems is carried out according to CEN standards. In the absence of CEN-standards, ISO standards, national or other international standards which ensure the provision of information of an equivalent scientific quality shall apply. Automated measuring systems shall be subject to control by means of parallel measurements with the reference methods at least once a year.
Third Requirements for measurements
following measurements carried out by waste water discharge:



a) AMS control of pH, temperature and flow

b) spot sample daily measurements form the total suspended solids or measurements of a flow proportional no representative daily sample

c) at least monthly measurements of a relationship with through emptying representative daily sample of the discharge of Hg, Cd, TI, As, Pb, Cr, Cu, Ni and Zn

d) measurements at least every six months of dioxins and furans; to be however one measurement every three months in the first 12 months, the plant is in operation.

If wastewater from flue cleaned in the waste water treatment plant with waste water from other sources in the same waste incineration or co-incineration plants the operator shall take the measurements:



a) on the waste water from exhaust gas cleaning processes prior to its input into the collective waste water treatment plant

b) on the other waste water before it is discharged into the collective waste water treatment plant

c) at the point of final waste water discharge, after the treatment.

Fourth Criteria for compliance with emission limits
emission limit values ​​apply at the point where waste waters from gas discharged from the waste, or - co-incineration plant.
Waste water treated off site at a sewage treatment plant that has only entrusted with the processing plant effluent flue must comply with the emission limits of effluent discharge from sewage treatment plant.
When wastewater from gas is treated with water from other sources, either on or off site, making the company the appropriate mass balance calculations based on the results of the measurements set out section 3 to determine the emission levels in the final waste water discharge that can be attributed to wastewater from flue gas cleaning.
The emission limit values ​​for wastewater regarded as being complied with if:



1) 95% and 100% of the measured values ​​within a calendar year for total suspended solids do not exceed the respective limit values ​​in this Annex

2) No more than one measurement per year for heavy metals exceeds the limit values ​​in this Annex, or if the supervisory authority for more than 20 samples per year, no more than 5% of these exceed the emission limit values) and

3) The twice-yearly measurements of dioxins and furans do not exceed the limit value in this Annex.
Official notes

1) Order implements parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2010/75 / EU of 24 November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control of pollution) (recast), Official Journal 2010 no. L 334, page 17 European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/76 / EC of 4 december 2000 on the incineration of waste Official 2000 no. L 332, p.91.