Overview (table of contents)
Scope and definitions
Requirements for setting up and running as well as limit values
Entry into force of the
Requirements for fitting-out of the operation of the combustion plant
Emission limit values
Requirements for self-monitoring
The full text of the Decree on the combustion of certain types of waste wood on timber processing enterprises
Under section 7 (1) (8). 1, 2 and 8, paragraph 7 (a), paragraphs 1 and 2, article 35, paragraph 2, section 45 (2), section 80, paragraph 1, and section 110, paragraph 3, of the law on environmental protection, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 879 of 26. June 2010, as amended by Act No. 446 of 23. may 2012, law No. 1149 of 11. December 2012 and law No. 1248 by 18. December 2012 shall be determined: Chapter 1 scope and definitions article 1. The timber processing companies, which are within the scope of § 2, without following the instructions after the Ordinance on waste incinerating municipal wood waste which is covered by sections 3 and 4, for energy production on its own combustion installations with a total rated thermal heat input of 120 kW and less than 50 MW.
§ 2. The timber-processing companies are companies that manufacture or processing wood products such as furniture factories, joinery companies, etc., including companies who manufacture or processing chipboard, plywood, glulam, etc.
§ 3. Wood waste includes remnants of wood from the company's production or processing of wood products, for example, sawdust, wood shavings, wood chips, sanding dust, wood pieces and plate residue, containing glue, varnish, paint, foil or laminating material, but which does not contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives or from coatings.
§ 4. Træaffaldet must be created by the company's own production. Have a company manufacturing facility in several places, be deemed waste wood from any of these production plants to be waste from the company's own production, so that these wastes can be incinerated by any other production units within the company.
§ 5. The Ordinance does not cover: 1) combustion plants at the timber processing enterprises with a total rated thermal input of 50 MW or more, which are covered by the notice of the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from large combustion plants.
2) combustion plants at the timber processing enterprises with a total rated thermal input below 50 MW, if only firing biomass waste, see. notice of biomass waste.
Chapter 2 requirements for setting up and running as well as limit values § 6. Combustion plants must be organized and operated as specified in annex 1.
§ 7. Combustion installations shall comply with the annex 2, table 1, specified emission limit values.
Chapter 3 Control section 8. Combustion plants covered by the notice of approval of listing company, in the application for environmental approval to account for how the requirements set out in sections 6 and 7 will be adhered to by the combustion of wood waste which is covered by sections 3 and 4.
(2). Combustion plants, which are not covered by the notice of approval of listing company, in a notification to the supervisory authority shall explain how the requirements set out in sections 6 and 7 will be adhered to by the combustion of wood waste which is covered by sections 3 and 4. The notification shall be the supervisory authority not later than eight weeks prior to, the plant is taken into use for the combustion of wood waste which is covered by sections 3 and 4.
§ 9. To check the limit values set out in annex 2, table 1, must be kept self-checks in accordance with annex 3.
(2). The company must by 1 October each year. February submit results of AMS-controls for NOx emission of single plant over 30 MW to the supervisory authority. The statement must be made for each month of the preceding calendar year. For installations covered by notice of approval of listing company can approval or supervisory board lay down terms for a second transmission date for measuring results, if this is more appropriate for the reporting of the total own checks on the company.
(3). Exceed a single 1-hour measuring emission limit value by a factor of 3, the supervisory authority shall be informed without delay thereof, if any terms thereof are inserted into the environmental approval. That must explain the reason for the excess, and of the measures taken or to be taken to avoid future overruns.
(4). Measurement report shall be sent to the supervisory authority within two months after that made performance control, see. Annex 3. Measurement report shall contain information about the operating conditions during measurement, including the type of fuel used.
(5). Performance check must be performed as accredited technical testing and measurement report shall be drawn up as an accredited test report. The laboratory must be accredited by the Danish accreditation and Metrology Fund (DANAK) or an equivalent accreditation body that is a signatory of the EA (European co-operation for Accreditation) multilateral agreement on mutual recognition in relation to conduct measurements.
§ 10. Approval or supervisory authority may impose stricter requirements than those laid down by this Decree, to combustion plants to the undertakings covered by the Executive order on approval of the list company.
(2). Municipal Board of Directors may grant injunctions in accordance with § 42 of additional anti-pollution measures against non-approvable combustion plants.
Chapter 4 Sentence § 11. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted for other legislation, is punishable by a fine anyone who 1) establishes and operates a plant in contravention of section 6, 2) violate emission limit values, see. § 7, 3) fails to notify the installation of combustion installations pursuant to section 8, or 4) fails to conduct own checks without prejudice. section 9, paragraph 1.
(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence, and if the infringement is 1) caused damage to the environment or caused danger therefore or 2) achieved or intended an economic advantage for the person himself or others, including savings.
(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability according to the rules laid down in the Penal Code Chapter 5.
Chapter 5 entry into force of § 12. The notice shall enter into force on 7 August. January 2013.
The Ministry of the environment, the 20. December 2012 Ida Auken/Michel Schillings
Annex 1 requirements for interior design of the operation of the combustion plant 1. The combustion plant shall be adapted to the fuel structure, water content and combustion technical properties.
2. Fuel must constitute a homogeneous product, added fuel in the combustion plant.
3. Feeding of fuel shall be automatic.
4. Boilers must be fitted with measuring and control equipment for O2 to control the combustion process as well as equipment for continuous training and registration of Boilers shall be operated with a CO content of O2 in the flue gas, which is always greater than 4% (by volume), except in the start-up and shut-down periods. However, this does not apply, if by a lower content of O2 shall be demonstrated that the facility can comply with an emission limit of dioxins on 0.1 ng I-TEQ/m3 for normal 10% O2 and an emission limit for PAH substances on 0.005 mg benz [a] pyrene-equivalents/normal cubic metre at 10% O2. Measurements of dioxins and PAH substances should be carried out as specified in annex 3, table 3, and in the calculation of the total concentration of dioxins and furans used the equivalence factors, which are listed in annex 5 of the Ordinance on installations burning waste.
5. On the return must be provided a measuring place with decor and location as stated under points 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 in EPA guidance – nr. 2/2001 Air Guide.
6. Return the heights for each return shall be calculated and shall be established on the basis of the calculation methods specified in the environmental protection agency's existing guidance No. 2/2001 Air Guide.
Annex 2 emission limit values
All the emission limit values set out in table 1 is indicated by the reference mode, which is dry flue gas converted to 10% O2, 0 º C and 101.3 kPa. NOx is the sum of NO and NO2 in the flue gas. NO counted weight wise as NO2.
Table 1. Emission limit values for dust, CO and NOx.
Emission limit values
NOx for plants with a rated thermal input of more than 30 MW
NOx for installations with a total thermal power of 30 MW or less
* However, 100 mg/m3 for normal installations using vådrensningsanlæg.
Annex 3 Requirements for self-monitoring
A. measurement of emissions
1. Continuous measurements
Each boiler with a rated thermal input greater than 30 MW must be provided with AMS-measuring equipment for measuring NOx emission.
Measuring and control equipment for O2 to control the combustion process as well as equipment for continuous display of CO must undergo an annual inspection and an annual service inspection by an expert firm.
AMS-meters for NOx, which meet the performance requirements of DS/EN 15267-3 or comparable standards could be applied. Other gauges can be used, if they are in terms of quality and accuracy equivalent to the above gauges.
AMS must comply with the following quality requirements expressed as the maximum uncertainty (95% confidence interval): 20% of the limit value for NOx.
Quality assurance of the AMS for NOx shall be implemented in accordance with the principles set out in EN14181. The AMS shall be calibrated at commissioning (QAL2 comprehensive 5 parallel measurements carried out over one day).
Then be subjected to the AMS control with parallel measurements for reference methods (AST comprehensive 3 parallel measurements) every 3 seconds. year. The AMS shall undergo an annual inspection and an annual service inspection (functional test without linearisation). AMS inspected and adjusted with calibration gases in accordance with supplier's instructions (as a replacement for QAL3).
2. Performance control for dust, CO and NOx
To perform an annual inspection of the performance in annex 2, table 1, specified emission limit values, if that is not done the AMS-control for the drug.
If the result of performance monitoring for each substance is less than 60% of the emission limit value for this or these substances must next performance tests are carried out after 2 years.
By proficiency checks shall be carried out 3 single measurements each of a duration of 1 hour in order to prove that the emission limit values for dust, CO and NOx in annex 1, table 1, are complied with. The measurements must be carried out at full load (or usually abundant maximum load) under representative operating conditions.
Performance measurements must not be carried out during startup and shutdown.
B. sampling methods and quality assurance of the AMS-gauges
Sampling and analysis shall be carried out in accordance with the methods referred to in table 2 or in accordance with the international standards of at least the same level of analysis accuracy and level of uncertainty.
Table 3. Methods for sampling and analysis, as well as quality assurance of the AMS Name
Method magazine nr. *
Determination of the concentration of total suspended particulate material in the flowing gas
Determination of the concentrations of nitrogen oxides (NOx) in flowing gas
Determination of the concentrations of oxygen (O2) in flowing gas
Determination of carbon monoxide (CO) in flowing gas
Determination of the concentrations of the Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) in flowing gas
Determination of dioxins and furans in the flowing gas
Dioxins and furans
Quality assurance of Automatic Målende Systems (AMS)
QA of AMS
* Please see the website of the environmental protection agency's Reference Laboratory for the measurement of emissions to air: www.reflab.dk
C. compliance with limit values
1. Continuous measurements
The emission limit values, which are measured by AMS-control, shall be regarded as being complied with if the arithmetic mean of all 1-hour measurements during the control period is less than or equal to the maximum level. The scrutiny period is a calendar month, however, reckoned periods without emission of the substance concerned not with the scrutiny period.
The uncertainty of a single measured result expressed as the value of 95%-confidence interval shall not exceed 20% of the emission limit value for NOx. Hourly average values shall be determined as the measured hourly average values after the deduction of the value of the confidence interval.
2. Performance control for dust, CO and NOx
Emission limit values during normal operation, i.e. operation outside the startup and shutdown, shall be regarded as being complied with if the arithmetic average of all individual measurements performed by performance control is less than or equal to the emission limit value.