Ordinance Amending Ordinance Of User Fees For The Approval And Supervision In Accordance With The Law On Environmental Protection And Law On Environmental Approval Etc. Of Livestock Farming (Cancellation Of Automatic Sunset Clause And Amendment Of Anne...

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af bekendtgørelse om brugerbetaling for godkendelse og tilsyn efter lov om miljøbeskyttelse og lov om miljøgodkendelse m.v. af husdyrbrug(Bortfald af automatisk ophørsklausul og ændring af bilag 1)

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Annex 1








The full text of the Ordinance amending the Ordinance on user fees for the approval and supervision in accordance with the law on environmental protection and law on environmental approval etc. of livestock;

(Cancellation of automatic sunset clause and amendment of annex 1)

§ 1

In executive order No. 463 of 21. May 2007 about user payment for the approval and supervision in accordance with the law on environmental protection and law on environmental approval etc. of livestock shall be amended as follows: 1. In section 8, paragraph 1, the words ' and be lifted automatically the 2. June 2012, unless otherwise requested prior to that date, without prejudice to article. The Justice Ministry's letter of 28. February 2002 on a trial basis on the application of automatic termination clauses in certain regulations on the environment, public health and safety at work '.

2. Annex 1 is replaced by the text in annex 1 to this notice.

section 2 of the notice shall enter into force on the 1. June 2012.

The Ministry of the environment, the 25. may 2012 Ida Auken/Michel Schillings



Annex 1



' Annex 1 list of companies, etc., which are covered by section 2 (1) (8). 9

A. Processing and coating of iron, steel and metal

(A) 51. Gold-and lemels. Art foundries.

(A) 52. Plants that perform dust-generating surface treatment, including sanding, sand-blasting and powder coating of iron, steel or other metals, where the total extraction capacity of the plant is less than 10,000 normal m3 per hour. Plants that perform surface treatment of topics of iron, steel and other metals, including undercoating when capacity to consumption of organic solvents is less than 6 kg per hour, apart from installations covered by J 104.1)

(A) 53. Machine shops, machine shops and other businesses that carry out processing of iron, steel or metals with a designated production area of between 100 and 1,000 m2.

(A) 54. Electrotechnical enterprises.

(A) 55. Metallising services for plastic items.

B. Processing of mineral raw materials

(B) 51. Foundries, cement concrete foundries and concrete mixing mills with an annual production of less than 20,000 tons.

(B) 52. Mortar plants, grusværker or stone crushing houses, which are not located at the reclamation site.

(B) 53. Companies that manufacture ceramic products by firing, URf.eks. roofing tiles, bricks, refractory bricks, tiles, stoneware, porcelain, tiles, glazed tubes, as well as piers works, if the company has a production capacity of between 200 kg and 75 tons per day, or if your company has an oven capacity (ovnstørrelse) of less than 4 m3 or a set capacity of less than 300 kg per cubic metre.

(B) 54. Installations for the extraction or treatment of salts from the underground.

(B) 55. Companies for the manufacture of gasbeton, slag concrete or sandlime. Companies that manufacture building elements of predominantly mineral raw materials with an output of 10 tonnes per day on average on an annual basis or less.

C. storage and manufacture of petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas

(C) 51. Asphalt plants and plants for the manufacture of road materials with a production capacity of less than 10 tonnes per hour. Plants for cold processing of clean stone materials.

(C) 52. Gas and coke works.

(C) 53. Form fuel factories.

D. manufacture, bottling and warehousing of chemical substances and products. Photographic activities

(D) 51. Not-approvable installations for the manufacture of organic or inorganic products, intermediate products or chemical substances and editions of these.

(D) 52. Companies that by a process other than chemical or biological processes producing dyes, additives or processing AIDS, including for the food industry, with a total production capacity of less than 3,000 tonnes per year.

(D) 53. SOAP factories, detergent factories and cleaner factories with a production capacity of less than 5,000 tonnes per year.

(D) 54. Undertakings producing colors, varnish or glue, with a production capacity of less than 3,000 tonnes per year.

(D) 55. Photographic industry and photographic laboratories for the processing of more than 1,000 m2 film per year.

(D) 56. Companies that bottle and packets of basic plant health products, biocides, chemicals or products.

(D) 57. Companies that manufacture products by sintering of fluorine plastic, die-casting or fiber reinforcement of thermosetting plastics with a consumption of plastic material at less than or equal to 100 kg per day. Business for coating with plastic.

(D) 59. Companies that manufacture plastic products by injection molding, extrusion, calendering, or by including thermoforming with a consumption of plastic materials in less than or equal to 5 tonnes per day. Companies that manufacture products in expanded polystyrene with a consumption of polystyrene at less than or equal to 5 tonnes per day.

E. processing of vegetable raw materials, feed production and printing works

E 51. Rotate, offset, screen printing presses, bogtrykkerier and printing works on paper product factories, kartonnage factories and plastic factories, when the capacity to consumption of organic solvents is less than 6 kg per hour.

E 52. Sawmills with capacity for production of wood in the rough at less than 50,000 m3 per year of solid softwood or less than 10,000 m3 per year of solid hardwoods or with a total capacity for the production of less than 50,000 m3 fixed lot of coniferous and hardwood per year. Furniture factories and joinery machine. Building joinery with a net production area of more than 200 m2.

E 53. Rubber product factories with a production capacity of between 100 and 1,000 tons per year.

E 54. Margarine factories.

E 55. Company for treatment or processing of grain and seeds. Business for feed production with a capacity of less than 6 tonnes per hour.

E 56. Bread factories and wholesale bakeries with a finished product production capacity of less than or equal to 20 tons per day on average on a quarterly basis.

E 57. Mineral water factories, breweries and malt factories with a finished product production capacity of less than or equal to 50 tonnes per day on average on a quarterly basis.

E 58. Paper product factories and kartonnage factories.

(E) 59. Weavers, spinners and hosiery factories.

E 60. Dry cleaners and professionally-run laundries.

E 61. Other companies making treatment and processing for the manufacture of foodstuffs based on vegetable raw materials with a finished product production capacity of less than 300 tons per day on average on a quarterly basis.

E 62. Facilities for washing or cleansing of more than 1,000 tons of vegetables per year.

(E) 63. Vinegar factories or mustard factories.

(E) 64. Companies that make vacuum-and/or dypimprægnering of wood or the coating of wood, when capacity to consumption of organic solvents is less than or equal to 6 kg per hour.

E 65. Companies making pre-treatment (washing, bleaching or merceriserig), staining or other form of textile wet processing of fibres or textiles with an output of 1 ton per day or less, on average on an annual basis.

E 66. Milling industry with a finished product production capacity of less than or equal to 20 tons per day on average on a quarterly basis.

Such reprocessing of animal raw materials

(F) 51. Slaughterhouses with a carcase production capacity other than poultry at less than 50 tonnes per day. Slaughterhouses with a capacity to slaughter of poultry at less than 17 tonnes per day. Intestinal renserier.

(F) 52. Fur berederier.

(F) 53. Companies for the treatment and processing of milk or liquid milk fractions when the received amount of dairy based commodity is of less than 200 tonnes per day on average on an annual basis. For example, dairies and enterprises for the manufacture of butter and butter blandingsprodukter. Companies for the manufacture of cheese and milk, dried, when the received amount of dairy based commodity is less than or equal to 100 tons per day on average on an annual basis.

(F) 54. Enterprises for the production of shellfish or fish products, including canned and deep-frozen products with a finished product production capacity of less than 10 tonnes per day.

F 55. Talgsmelterier, fat smelterier and plants for refining of animal oils or fats.

(F) 56. Smokehouses, meat processors and butcher and specialist companies (including stores) with the preparation of food at more than 500 kg per day.

(F) 58. Margarine factories.

(F) 59. Leather goods factories and shoe factories.

G. Power and heat production

(No points)

H. systems for motor vehicles

H 51. Garage facilities and places for materiel in a number of 3 or more in connection with construction or trucking business, including terminals (for more than one line), terminals and depots for the buses. The rescue stations.

I. Fish Farm

In 51. Fish production systems with full recirculation and without direct discharge to streams, lakes or the sea.

J. other business

(J) 51. Non-industrial manufacture of protein, pectin or enzymes.

K. Waste storage, transhipment and composting

K 51. Container sites with less than 4 containers or with a total volume of warehouse in less than 30 m3.

K 52. Facility for transhipment of non-hazardous waste with a capacity for land application of waste in less than 30 tons per day.

(K) 53. Composting plants with capacity for land application of organic waste and possibly. other materials at 100 tonnes annually or less. '
Official notes 1) in the list in annex 1 to the Ministry of the environment Decree on approval of the list company.