Notice Of Authorization And Approval, Etc. Of Livestock;

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om tilladelse og godkendelse m.v. af husdyrbrug

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Area





Chapter 2



Definitions





Chapter 3



Permits and approvals





Chapter 4



Review and application for permission or approval





Chapter 5



The Municipal Board's decision





Chapter 6



Compliance with the conditions





Chapter 7



Review schemes





Chapter 8



Review of authorisations





Chapter 9



Termination





Chapter 10



Frikommune trials





Chapter 11



Administrative provisions





Chapter 12



Date of entry into force and transitional provisions





Annex 1



Application form when applying for authorisation of animal use, see. section 6 (1)





Annex 2



Information requirements for applications for approval of livestock farming, see. § 6





Annex 3



Level of protection for ammonia, odor, excess phosphorus and nitrate





Annex 4



Criteria for the setting of stricter conditions, see. section 13, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. section 27 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock;





Annex 5



Requirements for digital filing systems, see. § 6





Annex 6



BAT-conclusions and BAT reference documents, see. section 15 (2)



The full text of the Ordinance for authorization and approval, etc. of husdyrbrug1)

Pursuant to § 3, paragraph 2, article 7, paragraphs 2 and 4, § 9, paragraph 4, article 17, paragraphs 1 to 3, article 18, paragraphs 2 and 3, § 34, paragraphs 1-3, § 35, § 40, paragraphs 3 and 4, § 41, paragraphs 2, 4 and 5, § 55, paragraphs 9 and 10, section 66, section 69, paragraph 1, section 69 (a), article 75, paragraph 1, § 78 and section 111 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock; without prejudice to article. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1486 by 4. December 2009, as amended by Act No. 122 of 23. February 2011, law No. 1273 of 21. December 2011 and law No. 446 of 23. may 2012, article 35, paragraph 2, and section 90 of the Act on the protection of the environment, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 879 of 26. June 2010, § 38 k, paragraphs 4 and 5, and section 38 m, paragraph 3, of the law on contaminated soil, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1427 by 4. December 2009, as amended by Act No. 446 of 23. may 2012, and § 3 of the law on frikommuner, etc, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1027 of 20. August 2013, fixed: Chapter 1 Scope § 1. The notice sets out the rules on notification, authorization and approval of the establishment, expansion or modification of livestock in accordance with Chapter 3 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(2). The Ordinance lays down rules about reviews of replacement of land for spreading of animal manure in the approvals granted in accordance with Chapter 3 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(3). The Decree also lays down rules on the review in accordance with Chapter 4 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Chapter 2 Definitions section 2. In the notice for the purposes of: 1) Emission: Direct or indirect releases to air, water or soil of substances, vibrations or noise from individual or diffuse sources in the livestock sector.

2) emission limit value: the emissions expressed in terms of certain specific parameters, concentration or a specific level, which may not be exceeded during a defined control period (period of time).

3) emission levels associated with best available techniques: the emission levels that can be achieved under normal operating conditions by the use of the individual or a combination of the best available techniques as described in the BAT conclusions set out as an average over a given period of time at specified reference criteria.

4) BAT reference document: a document that is the result of the exchange of information, which is organized in accordance with article 13 and adopted in accordance with article 75, paragraph 2, of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EC on industrial emissions or a document before the 1. January 2011 has been adopted by the European Commission in accordance with the previous directives on integrated pollution prevention and control. In the document describes, among other things, the technique used, applicable emission and consumption levels, BAT-conclusions, technique under consideration with a view to determining the best available techniques, and new technology.

5) BAT-conclusion: a document that contains the EU Commission's decision about the parts of a BAT reference document that is adopted pursuant to article 75, paragraph 2, of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EC on industrial emissions, and which sets out the conclusions on best available techniques, the description of the technique, information necessary for the evaluation of its usefulness, the emission levels associated with best available techniques , the associated monitoring, the related consumption levels and, if necessary, measures to limit damage from pollution from livestock farming.

6) BAT-standard terms: The best available techniques, as defined in Denmark and expressed in the environmental agency drew up the BAT-standard terms published on the environmental protection agency's website www.mst.dk.

7) IE-livestock: livestock farms have activities covered by section 12 (1) (8). 1-3 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Chapter 3 Authorisations and approvals section 3. Livestock farming must not be established, expanded or modified before authorization is granted or approval thereof, see. §§ 10, 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, see. However, Chapter 7.

(2). The rules of this order shall also apply to the approval of land regulation. section 16 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(3). If on a livestock carried out one or several secondary activities, which is included on the lists of the Executive order on approval of the list business annexes 1 and 2, the assessment includes all polluting activities on the livestock sector, and the Municipal Council shall take a decision on that can be communicated at the same time, permit or approval under section 33 of the Act on the protection of the environment and §§ 10, 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock; without prejudice to article. § 84 (b) of the law on environmental protection and section 68 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(4). If on a livestock carried out one or several secondary activities, which are not included in annex 1 or 2 notice of approval of listing company, local authority, if necessary, shall take a decision pursuant to section 42 of the Act on the protection of the environment.

(5). If a livestock sector performed other polluting activities that require separate authentication or authorization in accordance with the law on environmental protection includes the assessment all polluting activities on the livestock sector, and the Municipal Council shall take decisions on that can be communicated at the same time, permit or approval in accordance with the law on environmental protection and §§ 10, 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, see. § 84 (b) of the law on environmental protection and section 68 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

§ 4. The establishment, expansion or modification of livestock producing carnivorous fur producing animals to an extent of more than 3 livestock units and less than 25 animal units, requires prior permission, see. section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(2). The establishment, expansion or modification of livestock producing carnivorous fur producing animals to an extent of more than 25 animal units and to the limits specified in section 12, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, requires the prior approval of the basic regulation. section 11 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Chapter 4 Review and application for permission or approval clause 5. Application for a permit pursuant to section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock shall be forwarded in writing or electronically to the Municipal Council in the municipality where the plant, see. § 3 (1) (8). 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, is located.

(2). The application for approval in accordance with sections 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock must be forwarded to the Municipal Council in the municipality where the plant, see. § 3 (1) (8). 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, is located and must contain a number of specific information, see. § 6.

(3). Application for approval of land regulation. section 16 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock must be forwarded to the Municipal Council in the municipality in which the areas referred to in article 6. § 3 (1) (8). 3, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, is located. Are areas located in two or more municipalities shall be forwarded the application to the Municipal Council, where the largest part of the total delivery areas are located.

§ 6. If the application concerns the establishment, expansion or modification of a livestock covered by section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, must the applicant fill out the schedule, as set out in annex 1.

(2). If the application concerns the establishment, expansion or modification of a livestock covered by § 11 or § 12, paragraph 3, of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, the application must contain the information set out in annex 2, section A-l. application form must be filled in on the basis of the level of protection set out in annex 3, and the application shall be drawn up at the application system found on the www.husdyrgodkendelse.dk or on another digital system that meets the requirements set out in annex 5.


(3). Application for establishment, expansion or modification of a livestock covered by article 12, paragraph 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock must in addition to the information provided for in paragraph 2 shall contain the information set out in annex 2, point (M) and (N). The application form must be filled in on the basis of the level of protection set out in annex 3, and the application shall be drawn up at the application system shown in the www.husdyrgodkendelse.dk or on another digital system that meets the requirements set out in annex 5.

(4). The application for approval of land regulation. section 16 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock, shall contain the information set out in annex 2, point (A) and (F). The application form must be filled in on the basis of the relevant information about the level of protection set out in annex 3, and the application shall be drawn up at the application system found on the www.husdyrgodkendelse.dk or on another digital system that meets the requirements set out in annex 5.

(5). Review of replacement of placing land or replacing arable land with a third party, see. section 25, shall be drawn up and submitted to the local authority via www.husdyrgodkendelse.dk or on another digital system that meets the requirements set out in annex 5.

§ 7. The submitting review pursuant to sections 28 to 37, on a topographic map, in a detail of at least 1:10, 000:1), set the location of existing buildings, facilities and it notified, 2) to and away from the relation to the notified, and 3) scale, North arrow and height curves as well as necessary the legend.

(2). Where this is appropriate in order to document compliance with the requirements of sections 28 to 37, the who submit an application under paragraph 1 shall also indicate: 1) Cadastral number, where the plant is desired.

2) Drawings of the facility, indicating the building's heights, baseline and capacity.

3) the size of the existing and pending animal husbandry.

4) Size and location of areas to afgræsningen, see. sections 35 and 36. It must be stated which of these areas are protected, within the scope of § 3 of the law on nature protection or designated as Natura 2000 sites. The size of these areas is specified as a percentage of the total notified pasture land.

5) description of the existing foreclosure planting for buildings and installations, as well as future foreclosure planting, with indication of-planting in species composition, number of the central area and the start-up time. Information can be transmitted as an overall planting plan.

6) information on manure storage fixed position relative to those in section 8, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, listed facilities, areas, roads, etc.

7) Any paved areas and drainage facilities.

8) Over coverage of the manure storage facility.

9) Map with the longitude of the nearest fold edge in relation to ammonia-sensitive nature, as referred to. section 37, paragraph 5.

10) other necessary documentation to meet the requirements of sections 28 to 37, including information on the estimated needs for the amendment or extension of the stable facilities for compliance with animal welfare requirements, see. section 30, needed changes at the plant as a result of testing, see. section 34, or conversion to organic production, referred to in article 6. section 37.

(3). A review under section 34 shall contain a description of what you want tested and relevant regulations for the operation of the proposed eco-efficient technology or technique.

§ 8. For other polluting activities or other permission or approval, demanding activities after the law on environmental protection, which are included in connection with the establishment, expansion or modification of a livestock use, or which are technical or forureningsmæssigt connected therewith, shall be forwarded at the same time, separate information or request to the local authority.

(2). If one application at the same time include planned extensions or changes the meaning. section 14 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, the application must also contain information describing these extensions or changes.

(3). The Municipal Council may, in so far as it is necessary for the decision, require additional information beyond those mentioned in annex 1 and 2 above.

Chapter 5 the Municipal Board's decision general principles



§ 9. The Municipal Council must, when assessing an application for authorization under section 10 or approval in accordance with sections 11, 12, or 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal use, ensure that the 1) the applicant has taken the necessary measures to prevent and reduce pollution through the application of best available techniques, and 2) livestock production, moreover, can be operated on site without affecting your surroundings in a way which are incompatible with the interests of the vulnerability and quality.

(2). In the assessment, see. paragraph 1, shall enter into an assessment of whether or not to-and exit to the company will be able to be done without significant environmental nuisances for the omboende.

§ 10. The Municipal Council must, when assessing an application for approval in accordance with sections 11, 12 and 16 of the law on the environmental approval, etc. of the livestock sector make sure that company adapted and operated in such a way, 1) to the energy and raw materials consumption are utilized most effectively, 2) to the possibilities of substitution of particularly harmful or dubious substances with less harmful or dubious substances are utilized, 3) to production processes are optimized to the extent possible, 4) to the waste hierarchy, see. section 6 (b) of the law on environmental protection are observed, 5) that, in so far as the contamination cannot be avoided, are used best available abatement techniques, and 6) that has taken the necessary measures in order to prevent accidents and limit their consequences.

The General level of protection



§ 11. The Municipal Council may not authorize or approve the livestock in accordance with sections 10, 11, 12 and 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock if the establishment, extension or amendment is estimated to result in significant effects on the environment, see. (3).

(2). Extensions or changes of a livestock covered by section 11, paragraph 3, or article 12, paragraph 3, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, nor can it be approved, provided that a comprehensive assessment of the whole livestock sector are deemed to be significant effects on the environment, see. section 34, paragraph 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(3). By significant effects on the environment means that the level of protection for ammonia, odour, phosphorus and nitrates, which are laid down in annex 3, is exceeded. For approvals pursuant to section 16 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock, only the level of protection regarding phosphorus and nitrate must be complied with. In addition, there must not be other circumstances which are considered to have significant effects on the environment.

(4). The Municipal Council may exempt from distance requirements in section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, to the placement of necessary less stable installations and other facilities for raising livestock for grazing of natural areas for the purpose of natural care if animal team is estimated to remove more nutrients from natural areas, than the adds.

Permissions



§ 12. A permit pursuant to section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock shall include an assessment of the candidate establishment, expansion or modification of the basic regulation. § § 19-22 and 26 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, as well as conditions that ensure compliance with the requirements specified in § 27 of the lov om environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. If livestock production at the time of application in now-operation leads to a ammoniakdeposition, which exceeds the level of protection for ammonia, see. Annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 2, with more than 100 percent, which made conditions that livestock production no later than eight years after the grant of authorisation has reduced ammoniakdepositionen to it in annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 2, permissible.

(2). There can in the authorization lays down additional terms to deal with the increased pollution and other significant impacts on the environment, see. section 28 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(3). A permit pursuant to section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock, shall also include information on the production scale, with an indication of the animal species and animal habitats and within what limits, the maximum production can take place.

Approvals



§ 13. An approval in accordance with sections 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock, shall include an assessment of the basic regulation. sections 19 to 26 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, as well as the conditions for its establishment and operation. Conditions shall ensure that the requirements set out in sections 27 and 29 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock are met and shall determine the following: 1) Production scale, with an indication of the animal species and animal habitats and within what limits the maximum production can take place.

2) limit values, equivalent parameters or technical measures.

3) The self-monitoring, as livestock farming must carry out, including calculations, measurements, procedures, etc. to be determined requirements for frequency, reporting and methodology to assess whether the limit values are complied with, the timing of the reporting of the results of the monitoring of the Municipal Council, together with an indication of whether the sampling and analysis can be performed by livestock farming by themselves or to be performed by an accredited laboratory. IE-livestock farms must report information on the basis of the results of emission-monitoring at least once a year.

4) Regular maintenance and monitoring of the measures taken for preventing and reducing emissions from livestock farming.


5) location and design of new buildings for the safeguarding of the landscape values.

6) Shielding plantings around the containers for the storage of liquid livestock manure, entered with no affiliation to the existing settlement areas, as well as demolition of the container when it is no longer necessary for the operation of the relevant property.

7) Choice of for-and exit conditions.

8) the protection of soil, groundwater, surface water and nature with its populations of wild plants and animals and their habitats, including areas protected against state changes or preserved, designated as the international nature protection area or identified as particularly vulnerable to nutrient impacts.

9) handling and storage of livestock manure on the livestock sector, including an indication of storage capacity.

10) handling and storage of waste.

11) Limitation of any nuisance for neighbours (odour, noise, dust, fly, or lysgener from the plant).

12) How livestock farming must behave in abnormal operating situations.

13) stock farming setting up and running to ensure that livestock farming does not cause significant pollution, including the surroundings in case of accident.

14) How that upon termination of the operation shall take the necessary measures to avoid any pollution risk and to bring the site back in satisfactory condition.

15) on IE-livestock farming must use, production or release of relevant hazardous substances in connection with IE-livestock production is limited in order to avoid the risk of contamination of the soil and groundwater on the livestock farming. By dangerous substances means substances and mixtures as defined in article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.

(2). The Municipal Council may in exceptional cases lay down conditions which sharpens the annex 3 defined protection levels of nitrate leaching and phosphorus surpluses.

(3). The Municipal Council may in exceptional cases lay down conditions for the purpose of meeting requirements of maximum deposition of ammonia on natural habitats, which are included in the designation base for international nature protection areas, but which are not covered by section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, as well as on other natural areas which are not covered by section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock; and which is bog, heathland or grasslands protected under section 3 of the law on nature protection, or ammonia sensitive forest, see. Annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 3. the provisions of paragraph 4. In exceptional cases, for the purposes of paragraphs 2 and 3 the effect on the environment, which is not in accordance with the rules laid down in the Ordinance on the designation and administration of international nature conservation areas and the protection of certain species, or a substantial environmental impact of specific regional or local protection interests.

(5). In determining the terms and conditions in accordance with paragraph 2, the municipal board apply the calculation methods set out in annex 3, and the criteria for the fixing of conditions that are set out in annex 4. In determining the terms of the maximum deposition on the natural habitats listed in paragraph 3, shall apply the criteria for municipal terms during a setting, which is set out in annex 3.

(6). The Municipal Council must notify the refusal, if the defined protection levels in annex 3 or setting conditions, see. paragraphs 2 and 3, cannot prevent damage to international nature protection areas and protected species in accordance with the rules laid down in the Ordinance on the designation and administration of international nature conservation areas and the protection of certain species.

(7). The Municipal Council can refuse if it is estimated that with the defined protection levels in annex 3 or in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3, provided conditions would be a significant environmental impact of specific regional or local protection interests. However, there may not be refused solely on grounds of a significant impact on natural areas that are not covered by section 7, paragraph 1, no. 1 and 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock if the level of protection set out in annex 3, paragraph (A), relating to the ammonia is complied with, unless this follows from other legislation.

Determination of best available techniques



§ 14. The Municipal Council must in determining the best available techniques in connection with approval or reassessment of livestock use BAT-standard terms and pay special attention to the following criteria: 1) use of technology that results in the least possible waste.

2) the use of less hazardous substances.

3) promotion of techniques for recovery and recycling of substances that are produced and consumed in the process and of waste, where appropriate.

4) comparable processes, facilities or methods of operation which have been tried with a satisfactory outcome on an industrial scale.

5) technological advances and changes in scientific knowledge and understanding.

6) The nature, effects and volume of the emissions concerned;.

7) dates for new or existing construction use.

8) the time necessary for the introduction of best available techniques.

9) the consumption and nature of raw materials, including water, are consumed in the process, and energy efficiency.

10) the need to prevent or reduce emissions overall environmental impact to a minimum.

11) the need to prevent accidents and limit their consequences for the environment.

12) Information to be published by public international organizations, including the BAT reference documents, in so far as these are relevant for the particular type of livestock.

§ 15. The Municipal Council must apply BAT-standard conditions and provide relevant BAT conclusions in connection with approval and reassessment of the IE-livestock, when the appropriate BAT-conclusions are adopted in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 75, paragraph 2, of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EC on industrial emissions and published by the European Commission in the official journal of the European Union.

(2). The environmental protection agency makes BAT-conclusions of animal use, see. Annex 6, available on the Environment Agency's website www.mst.dk.

(3). Until an appropriate BAT-conclusion is published in the official journal of the European Union, must apply the environmental protection agency's municipal BAT-standard terms and the conclusions on best available techniques in existing BAT reference documents for the approval and review of IE-livestock farming.

(4). When the relevant conclusions of the BAT or BAT reference documents not deals with the best available techniques, the step, the production process or their potential environmental impacts, the Municipal Council shall determine the best available techniques for IE-animal husbandry in accordance with § 14 following consultation with the livestock sector. The best available techniques shall ensure the protection of the environment, similar to the levels in both BAT-standard terms and BAT conclusions or findings of an existing the BAT reference document.

Determination of emission limit values, etc.



§ 16. Municipal Board of Directors determines in connection with approval and reassessment emission limit values, see. section 13 (1). 2, prior to or at the point where the emissions leave from livestock production, and before any dilution.

(2). The Municipal Council can complement or replace emission limit values with equivalent parameters or technical measures having equivalent functions, protection of the environment.

(3). The Municipal Council shall lay down emission limit values are exceeded, the equivalent parameters and technical measures on the basis of the best available techniques, see. sections 14 and 15, without prescribing the use of one specific technique or technology. Emission limit values for IE-livestock farming must, however, at a minimum, comply with sections 17-20.

§ 17. For IE-livestock shall lay down emission limit values Municipal Council, which ensures that the emissions under normal operating conditions not exceeding the emission levels associated with the best available techniques, as defined in the BAT conclusions, see. However, sections 18 and 19. The emission limit values shall be laid down, 1) of the same or shorter period of time and with the same terms of reference as in BAT-conclusions, or 2) with the other values, time and reference conditions than those referred to in the BAT conclusions, according to which the conditions set out in paragraphs 2 and 3 have to be met.

(2). The Municipal Council shall lay down for the purpose of paragraph 1, nr. 2, conditions, emission monitoring occurs for the same period and the reference conditions as the emission levels associated with the best available techniques, and that livestock farming must prepare a summary of emission-monitoring at least once a year and send it to the Municipal Council.

(3). The local authority assesses at least once a year, the results of the emissions monitoring stock farming in accordance with paragraph 2 and shall verify that emissions during normal operating conditions not exceeding the emission levels associated with the best available techniques in the BAT conclusions.

§ 18. For IE-livestock farming can commune in exceptional cases lay down less stringent emission limits than the emission limit values laid down in the BAT-conclusions, when the Municipal Council estimates that 1) compliance with the emission levels associated with the best available techniques in the BAT conclusions, will result disproportionate costs compared with environmental benefits due to the plant's geographical location, the local environmental conditions or the plant's technical characteristics,


2) this derogation does not cause significant pollution contrary to section 9(1), no. 2, and 3) who achieved a high level of protection of the environment as a whole.

(2). Municipal Board's assessment and justification for the application of paragraph 1 shall appear on the permit or decision on the basis of the reassessment.

(3). The local authority will send a copy of the decision to the Danish environmental protection agency, where paragraph 1 is applied.

§ 19. The Municipal Council can in an approval of an IE-livestock farms exempt from compliance with the emission limit values set out in section 17, paragraph 1, for the purpose of testing and application of new technique. That a derogation may be granted only once per livestock per new technique and highest in a period of nine months.

(2). New technique for the purposes of this clause a new technique or technology that can result in either a generally higher or at least the same level of protection of the environment and fewer costs than the existing best available techniques, if the developed commercially.

(3). The local authority sends a copy of the exemption to the environmental protection agency.

§ 20. The Municipal Council may for IE-livestock set emission limit values that are more stringent than those laid down in the BAT-conclusions, when the best available techniques as defined in approvals, injunctions or BAT-standard terms is strengthened in relation to the BAT-conclusions.

Information about the disclosure procedure



§ 21. If in connection with approval the treatment has been carried out in section 55, paragraph 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry procedure provided for public involvement, the approval shall contain information about the completed procedure, including an account of Municipal Board's considerations in the light of the views expressed by the public.

The relationship of the EIA procedure



§ 22. Livestock farming, where application includes activities that are independently governed by section 11 (g) of the law on planning (EIA procedure) must be taken at the same time, with the earliest decisions approving the final adoption of the municipality plan guidelines after law on planning, on the basis of a comprehensive assessment of the effects on the environment of the entire plant. To the extent that the activity is also covered by the approval obligation under Chapter 5 of the law on environmental protection must be taken at the earliest simultaneously with the approvals of section 10 of the Ordinance for approval of list company appointed time.

Time limitation



§ 23. An authorisation may, in exceptional cases, be limited in time. This applies to both the approval as a whole or individual parts thereof. In such a case, the authorisation shall contain a detailed justification for the time limitation.

(2). An approval shall be limited in time, in so far as it follows from the binding rules laid down pursuant to the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Chapter 6 observance of terms section 24. The one who is responsible for an IE-livestock, shall immediately inform the local authority in cases of non-compliance with permit conditions and take immediately the necessary measures to ensure compliance with the terms again.

Chapter 7 Review arrangements Replacement of approved placing land



§ 25. Replacement of the farm's land placing or replacing arable land with a third party for spreading or placing on the market of fertilizers, included in a permit or approval in accordance with sections 10, 11, 12 and 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock shall be notified to the local authority.

(2). New land can replace spaces in the already announced environmental approval, if the new land has at least the same extent and are not more vulnerable. A distinction must be made between the holding of application areas (owned and leased land) and arable land with a third party, so that the new land can only replace the areas within the corresponding category.

(3). Replacement with land at one or more points is more vulnerable than the areas replaced, can only occur after prior permission or approval in accordance with sections 10-12 or 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(4). The Municipal Council shall ensure that the notification is in accordance with paragraph 1 and shall inform the applicant accordingly. The Municipal Council shall notify the applicant that the declared areas are noted on the case in the municipality.

section 26. Review of replacement by placing the holding areas or replacement of mark areas with third parties for spreading or placing on the market of fertilizers must at the latest be forwarded to the municipality before the plan year begins on 1 January. August.

(2). The Municipal Council shall before 1 January 2002. October indicate whether the declared areas can be considered more vulnerable than the placing land that needs to be replaced. If the land is assessed more vulnerable, can notify pull his notification and review new areas within the 15. October. If the Municipal Council have objections against the declared areas, this must be notified to reviewed not later than 31 December. December.

Different plants



§ 27. Prior to the establishment, expansion or modification of the straw barn, workshop, milking equipment, dairy barn, Granary, or feed storage, without which, moreover, is changed in the barn décor, on existing livestock farms is it necessary to review the construction to the Municipal Council. At parlors for the purposes of this Ordinance the stable paragraph in which milk the cows only staying for limited periods in connection with the milking.

(2). Review concerns only construction which is commercially necessary for that property operation as agricultural real estate and located in relation to the property's existing settlement areas.

(3). Warehouses for the storage of animal feed, where the dry-extract percentage is less than 70, except closed tanks or containers for the storage of liquid raw materials, must satisfy the conditions set out in section 28, paragraphs 3 to 7, with the exception of section 28, paragraph 5, no. 3. the provisions of paragraph 4. Milking parlours must comply with the requirements of section 30, paragraph 4. Amendment or extension of livestock facilities must be restricted to what is necessary for milking.

(5). Notification must be submitted to the Municipal Council and contain a description of the planned construction as well as the design and the location thereof.

(6). The Municipal Council must carry out a concrete assessment of the notified construction meets the requirements of paragraphs 2 to 4 and ensure that it cannot be to the detriment of the environment, including to the landscape values not be overridden.

(7). The Municipal Council must also carry out a concrete assessment of the notified construction could affect neighbors considerably.

(8). The Municipal Council decides on the basis of the in paragraph 6 and 7 concrete assessment decision on the case. Before a decision is taken, the Municipal Council make neighbors aware of the matter in writing and give them access to comment within a period of 2 weeks. The orientation of the neighbors may be omitted if it is declared after the Municipal Board's estimate is of subordinate importance to the neighbors.

(9). The decision shall notify the local authority either that it notified construction can be brought to the execution, or requiring an application, see. This publication Chapter 4, with a view to the granting of a licence or approval in accordance with sections 10, 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

section 28. The establishment, extension or modification on existing livestock by silage space, including silage, silo, in the form of a molded space for storing silage, with or without retaining walls, can take place after notification to the Municipal Board, if the size of the establishment, extension or amendment of the square or the silo itself does not exceed 3,000 m2 exclusive vejarealer and plackets, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 7.

(2). Notification in accordance with paragraph 1 may only take place if construction is commercially necessary for the operation of the holding in question as a farm, and it is placed in the immediate attachment to the existing settlement areas on the property where the building will be built.

(3). Construction of a silage space with a floor plan, not exceeding 1,000 m2, may take place after notification, when the silo is placed at least 100 meters from: 1) a) residential buildings on a property without the obligation to produce an overall agricultural development in rural zone that has a different owner than the operator, (b)) existing or according to the municipality plan rammedel future urban areas or cottage area, and (c)) local planned areas in rural zone zoned for mixed residential and commercial or public purposes to residential institutions, recreation, and the like.

2) 75 metres from the flat on the nearest neighbouring property without agricultural duty that is not owned by the operator.

3) 50 metres from open streams and lakes with an area greater than 100 m2.

(4). Construction of a silage space with a basic plan of 1,000 m2, but not exceeding 3,000 m2, may take place after notification, when the silo is placed at least: 1 150 meters) from a) residential buildings on a property without the obligation to produce an overall agricultural development in rural zone that has a different owner than the operator, (b)) existing or according to the municipality plan rammedel future urban areas or cottage area, and (c)) local planned areas in rural zone zoned for mixed residential and commercial or public purposes to residential institutions, recreation, and the like.

2) 100 metres from the flat on the nearest neighbouring property without agricultural duty that is not owned by the operator.

3) 50 metres from open streams and lakes with an area greater than 100 m2.

(5). A notified area, see. paragraph 1 shall, in addition to those referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4, said distance requirements must meet the following conditions, see. However, section 38 (5): 1) Silage square to be set up in the usual construction materials in non-reflective surfaces.


2) Establishment of the square should not result in significant changes in the existing terrain.

3) Edge on a silage space with associated retaining walls must not appear more than 3 metres above the existing terrain, unless silage square completely surrounded by existing operating buildings and facilities on site, and square's height does not exceed the height of the lowest existing building or plant measured from ground to roof.

4) no later than 31 December. December year after establishment of the silage square must be established foreclosure planting around the square. The foreclosure planting shall consist of løvtræarter and shrubs that are native to the area, and vegetation shall be maintained as appropriate, including through possible reforestation.

(6). Be notified more silage losses, see. (1) must comply with the overall installations size limits and spacing requirements, as specified in paragraph 1, paragraph 3 and paragraph 4.

(7). The provision in paragraph 6 shall not apply to silage losses, concluded in the Municipal Board's assessment in the context of a permit or approval in accordance with the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

section 29. The establishment, extension or modification on existing livestock farms of manure storage facilities in the form of a cast dung heap space for storage of solid manure, or a container for liquid manure, silage effluent and residual water, can take place after notification to the Municipal Board, if the capacity of the establishment, expansion or modification of the manure storage facility in itself does not exceed respectively 100 animal units for solid manure or 4,000 m3 for liquid manure , silage effluent and residual water, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 7.

(2). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1, may take place only if the building is commercially necessary for the operation of the holding in question as a farm, and it is placed in the immediate attachment to the existing settlement areas on the property on which the building will be built.

(3). Referred to in paragraph 1 the construction of manure storage facility without prejudice to can. However, paragraph 4, take place when the plant is placed at least: 1 300 meters) from a) residential buildings on a property without the obligation to produce an overall agricultural development in rural zone that has a different owner than the operator, (b)) existing or according to the municipality plan rammedel future urban areas or cottage area, and (c)) local planned areas in rural zone zoned for mixed residential and commercial or public purposes to residential institutions , recreation and the like.

2) 300 metres from a) natural areas subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, (b)) other ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are included in the designation base for international nature protection areas, c), marshes and grasslands that are protected by section 3 of the law on nature protection, and d) ammonia sensitive forest, see. Annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 3.3), 100 metres from the flat on nearest neighbor property without agricultural duty that is not owned by the operator.

(4). Referred to in paragraph 1 the construction of manure storage facilities in the form of sealed fortanke to shed installations can be carried out in compliance with the provided for in paragraph 3, no. 1 and 3, mentioned the distance requirements, as well as by at least 100 meters from the location referred to in paragraph 3, no. 2, areas mentioned.

(5). A review of fertiliser storage installations, see. paragraph 1 shall, in addition to those referred to in paragraph 3, spatial requirements must meet the following conditions, see. However, section 38 (5): 1) the manure storage facility to be set up in the usual construction materials in non-reflective surfaces.

2) establishment of the plant must not lead to substantial changes in the existing terrain.

3) edge of the manure storage facility must not appear more than 3 metres above the existing terrain, unless the manure storage facility completely surrounded by existing operating buildings and installations on the property and the manure storage facility, its height does not exceed the height of the lowest existing building or plant measured from ground to roof.

4) no later than 31 December. December year after establishment of the manure storage facility be established foreclosure planting around fertiliser storage facility. The foreclosure planting shall consist of løvtræarter and shrubs that are native to the area, and vegetation shall be maintained as appropriate, including through possible reforestation.

(6). Be notified more manure storage facility, manure storage facilities comply with the size limit on overall 100 animal units or 4000 m3 as specified in paragraph 1. Be notified that stocks of both solid and liquid manure is the size limit for stocks, however, 50 animal units of solid dung and liquid manure m3 for 2000.

(7). The provision in paragraph 6 shall not apply to the manure storage facility, which is concluded in the Municipal Board's assessment in the context of a permit or approval in accordance with the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Animal welfare



section 30. Amendment or extension of the stable installations on livestock to meet animal welfare requirements laid down in law or executive order, see. (2) may take place after notification to the Municipal Council, see. However, paragraphs 3-6. Modification of installations on fur farms, cattle farming and pig farms to meet animal welfare requirements, can be done by the construction of the new shed section in the immediate attachment to the existing stable installations.

(2). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1 can only happen to meet animal welfare requirements, as evidenced by a provision contained in a law or Ordinance, which had entered into force at the latest by 10. April 2011, which must be fulfilled in 10. April 2011 or later, see. However, paragraphs 5 and 6, and which are contained in the following laws and regulations: 1) law on indoor team of pregnant sows and gilts.

2) law on the team of horses.

3) law on keeping of dairy cattle and the offspring of dairy cattle.

4) law on the keeping of chickens.

5) Ordinance for the protection of fur-bearing animals.

6) Ordinance for the protection of laying hens.

(3). Notification referred to in paragraph 1 may take place only if the change or extension is limited to the performance of the animal welfare requirements necessary and must not involve renovations of existing stable installations. Notification in accordance with paragraph 6, however, must involve a change of stable system in the existing part of the danger the stable, if fertilizer Bowl cannot be changed.

(4). A pending amendment or extension of shed installations, see. paragraph 1, in addition to the requirements referred to in paragraph 3 shall meet the following conditions: 1) the modification or enlargement must not lead to substantial changes in the existing terrain and should be placed in the immediate attachment to the existing settlement areas on the property where the building will be built.

2) the change or extension must appear in the same architectural style as the existing shed installations, for which there is an addition or alteration, including in exterior building materials, colors and pitch of the roof.

3) Construction width of the change or extension shall not exceed the existing stable fixed width with more than 5 percent, however, a maximum of 2 meters.

4) building height, including roof height, of the change or extension shall not exceed the existing stable fixed height with more than 1.5 metres.

5) Livestock production size and composition must not be changed as a result of the modification or enlargement.

6) modification or expansion of the facility that is located 100 metres or less from the neighbouring habitation, shall not be performed closer to the neighbouring habitation, than the plants, which should be extended or amended.

7) location of ventilation rate of return on the shed installations that expand or change must either be retained unchanged or moved in the direction away from the following relevant natural areas, if the extension or amendment be placed 300 meters or less from a) natural areas subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, (b)) other ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are included in the designation base for international nature protection areas, c) of , bogs and grasslands, which is protected by section 3 of the law on nature protection, and d) ammonia sensitive forest, see. Annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 3.8) for the notification referred to in paragraph 6 may endanger the stable not lying in a distance of less than 300 meters to the protected nature subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, or 100 meters to other ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are included in the designation base for international nature protection areas, heaths, marshes and grasslands, which is protected by section 3 of the law on nature protection and ammonia sensitive forests.

(5). Amendment or extension of the stable installations on livestock farms, producing carnivorous fur producing animals, to the fulfillment of article 23, article 24, paragraph 3, and section 26 of the Decree No. 1734 by 22. December 2006 on the protection of fur animals with subsequent amendments, may be notified in accordance with paragraph 1.

(6). There may be notification in accordance with paragraph 1 of the modifications or extensions of the stable installations on livestock farming, which is necessary in order to comply with the conditions laid down in Chapter 4 of the Decree on subsidies for the creation of a loose housing in danger stables. Notification requires that it be proven that granted to an undertaking for reimbursement after the announcement.

Switch between animal types



section 31. In stables can shift between animal types, changes to production form within an animal type or moving livestock production between the existing barn section take place after notification to the Municipal Council, if it can be implemented without changes to shed installations that require a permit or approval in accordance with sections 10, 11 or 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 6.


(2). Notification in accordance with paragraph 1 may be carried out only by shift within, but not between, following animal groups, however, so that it is possible to switch to expensive group of cattle from the other groups, see. However, paragraph 3:1) Pigs: hogs, piglets and sows.

2) Cattle: dairy cows, suckler cows and other cattle, horses and goats, sheep and other ruminants.

3) Poultry: broilers, hens and other poultry.

4) fur animals: Minks and other fur-bearing animals.

(3). Animal types covered by section 35, paragraph 4, and section 36, paragraph 3, change can only be made within and between the concerned animal types.

(4). Notification in accordance with paragraph 1, shall satisfy the following conditions: 1) the overall smell mission from stock farming shed installations must not be increased.

2) smell the Mission in each barn section may only be increased if the increase is less than one at the same time, smell odors emission reduction from the barn section on same livestock farming, which is detailed in annex 3, paragraph (B), table 4 listed areas.

3) total ammonia emissions from livestock farming installations must not be increased.

4) Shift in animal type must not lead to an increase in stock farming deposition of ammonia on a) natural areas subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, (b)) other ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are included in the designation base for international nature protection areas, c), marshes and grasslands, which is protected by section 3 of the law on nature protection, and d) ammonia sensitive forest, see. Annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 3.5), the total quantity of nitrogen ab lager from stock farming livestock production must not be increased.

6) the total quantity of phosphorus ab lager from stock farming livestock production must not be increased.

(5). Olfactory emission ravet in paragraph 4, no. 2, must not be fulfilled in relation to the point B, in annex 3, table 4, referred to areas where mission only increases in the barn smell section, which is located at a distance that is at least twice as large as the unadjusted gene distance calculated in accordance with annex 3, paragraph (B), for the whole of the livestock sector. Ammoniakdepositionskravet in paragraph 4, no. 4, are not met in relation to those referred to in paragraph 4, no. 4 (a), referred to areas where ammoniakdepositionen from livestock farming to such areas does not exceed half of the maximum deposition of the basic regulation. Annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 2. in paragraph 4, no Ammoniakdepositionskravet. 4, must not be met under paragraph 4(2)(a). 4 (b), (c) and (d) of the areas mentioned, where ammoniakdepositionen from livestock farming to such areas does not exceed half a kg nitrogen per hectare per year.

(6). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1 may not take place if the establishment, extension or amendment of animal team leads to an exceedance of a threshold, see stiplads. section 12, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock use, unless the animal team is subject to an approval granted under section 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry or section 33 of the Act on the protection of the environment.

Emission-oriented production adaptation



section 32. Extension of the number of livestock, with the exception of production of piglets up to 25 kg, in the existing stables on livestock farming can take place after notification to the Municipal Council, if it can be implemented without other changes that require a permit or approval in accordance with sections 10 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 4.

(2). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1, may take place only by extending the number of livestock on livestock, which are not covered by the authorisation or approval in accordance with sections 10 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(3). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1 may not take place if the establishment, expansion or modification of animal team leads an overrun of a stiplads limit, see. section 12, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock use, unless the animal team is subject to an approval granted under section 33 of the Act on the protection of the environment.

(4). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1 assumes that the following conditions are met: 1) livestock shall not be extended in barn facility that is located at a distance of less than 300 meters to the protected nature subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, or 100 meters to other ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are included in the designation base for international nature protection areas, heaths, marshes and grasslands which is protected by section 3 of the law on nature protection, and ammonia-sensitive forests.

2) livestock production must comply with protection level after enlargement of the odour as specified in annex 3, paragraph (B).

3) Holding, as livestock farming is associated with, and the holdings sold manure, must each comply with one of the following requirements: (a)) Which delivered maximum fertilizer from 1.0 livestock units per ha per plan period on farm land. Do not use other organic fertilizers on the farm.

(b)) That applied manure on areas not covered by phosphorus class 2 or 3 of the basic regulation. Annex 3, paragraph (C).

4) production of each type in each barn animal section can Max be extended in such a way that the number of animal units of the declared production calculated according to the conversion factor for livestock units referred to in article 6. Annex 1, section D of the notice of commercial animal husbandry, livestock manure, silage, etc., does not exceed the number of animal units intended for production before use of this review system after the conversion factor, see. Annex 1, section A of the Ordinance on commercial animal husbandry, livestock manure, silage, etc.

5) Production for the particular animal type in that barn section not previously expanded in accordance with this provision, section 19 (f) of Executive Order No. 291 of 6. April 2011 on the amendment of the Ordinance for authorization and approval, etc. of livestock farming, section 19 (f) of Executive Order No. 1036 of 5. November 2012 amending the Ordinance for authorization and approval, etc. of animal husbandry or section 32 of Decree No. 1172 by 4. October 2013 for authorization and approval, etc. of livestock farming.

section 33. Extension of the number of livestock in the existing stables on livestock farming can take place after notification to the Municipal Council, if it can be implemented without other changes that require a permit or approval in accordance with sections 10 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 7.

(2). Notification in accordance with paragraph 1 may only take place at the expansion of the number of livestock on livestock covered by a permit or approval in accordance with sections 10 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(3). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1 may not take place if the establishment, expansion or modification of animal team leads an overrun of a stiplads limit, see. section 12, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock use, unless the animal team is subject to an approval granted under section 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(4). Notification pursuant to paragraph 1 assumes that the following conditions are met: 1) livestock shall not be extended in the barn section that is located at a distance of less than 100 meters to the natural, which forms part of the basis for international nature protection areas or designation, moser or grasslands, which is protected by section 3 of the law on nature protection, or ammonia sensitive forests. Where consent or approval in accordance with sections 10 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming is based on an application submitted before the 10. April 2011, there must be a distance of at least 600 meters from stock farming shed plants for ammonia-sensitive natural areas subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

2) livestock farming must after the enlargement of the animal team comply with the level of protection of odor as specified in annex 3, paragraph (B).

3) livestock production by each animal type in each barn section may only be extended in such a way that N ab animals and P ab animals with the latest standards neither exceeds N ab animals and P ab animals used at the time of authorisation or approval referred to in article 6. paragraph 2, or N ab animals calculated based on normtal from 2008/2009, prepared by the University of Aarhus. The assessment in relation to authorisation or approval has to be factored the impact of EVS. conditions in the original approval.

(5). There can be from an increase in P ab animals, see. paragraph 4, nr. 3 if any of the requirements referred to in paragraph 6 and any of the requirements set out in paragraph 7 are complied with.

(6). When paragraph 5 is used, any of the following requirements are met: 1) livestock production complies with the BAT-the level of phosphorus in the BAT-standard conditions.

2) Holding, which is associated with livestock production, as well as the devoted animal manure to farms, offer less than 30 kg P per hectare per year in average for the holding of livestock manure and other organic fertilisers.

(7). When paragraph 5 is used, both the holding, as livestock farming is associated with, as well as the holdings sold manure, each of whom adhere to one of the following requirements: 1) Who delivered maximum 1.0 livestock manure from livestock units per hectare of farm land. Do not use other organic fertilizers on the farm.

2) That applied manure on areas not covered by phosphorus class 1-3, see. Annex 3, paragraph (C), or areas that may be covered by phosphorus class 1-3, see. Annex 4, nr. 1, point (A) and (B).

3) Who delivered maximum fertilizer from 1.2 livestock units per hectare, and that applied manure on areas not covered by phosphorus class 2-3, of the basic regulation. Annex 3, paragraph (C), or areas that may be covered by phosphorus class 2-3, of the basic regulation. Annex 4, nr. 1, point (A) and (B). Do not use other organic fertilizers on the farm.

Eco-efficient technologies or techniques



§ 34. Eco-efficient technologies or techniques can be tested on existing livestock farms after notification to the Municipal Council, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 6.

(2). Notification referred to in paragraph 1 may take place only if the following conditions are met:


1) livestock production have an approval granted in accordance with articles 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

2) Animal team's size and composition does not change.

3) Pollution from livestock farming and the individual barn facility is not incremented as a result of the testing of the proposed eco-efficient technology or technique.

4) For IE-livestock should emission limit values are complied with, see. sections 16-19.

(3). Notification in accordance with paragraph 1 may only take place when the testing of the eco-efficient technology or technique is done at least 100 meters from: 1) Nearest residential building on a property without the obligation to produce an overall agricultural development in rural zone that has a different owner than the operator.

2) Existing or according to the municipality plan rammedel future urban areas or cottage area.

3) an area in the rural zone of the local plan is zoned for residential purposes, mixed residential and commercial purposes or for the purposes of public authorities for the purpose of residential institutions, recreational purposes and the like.

4) natural areas subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

5) Other ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are included in the designation base for international nature protection areas.

6), marshes and grasslands, which is protected by section 3 of the Act on nature protection.

7) Ammonia sensitive forest, see. Annex 3, paragraph (A), no. 3. the provisions of paragraph 4. Requires testing of environmentally efficient technologies or techniques establishment, expansion or modification of the installation, the following conditions must also be met: 1) construction should be limited to what is necessary in order to try out the proposed eco-efficient technology or technique.

2) construction shall not involve renovation of existing stable installations.

3) New building mass must not exceed 250 m3 overall in building volume. There may, however, be established up to 500 m3 in volume, when construction of the building appears as described in point 1. 5 (b).

4) Ventilation rate of return shall not deviate significantly in volume and height relative to existing returns.

5) construction must appear a) in ordinary building materials with feature earthy, non-reflective surfaces, and building height must be 5 metres, but not higher than the nearest building height, or (b)) in the same architectural style as the existing building to which the addition or alteration, including happens in exterior building materials, colors and pitch of the roof and with a building's width and height that does not exceed the width and height, including roof height on the existing construction.

6) construction shall not result in substantial changes in the existing terrain and should be placed in the immediate attachment to the existing building.

(5). The test must be completed within 3 years after the Municipal Council has decided that the notified eco-efficient technology or technique can be tested. The Municipal Council can extend the testing period by up to a year.

(6). Construction, not listed in accordance with paragraph 4, no. 5 (b), must be removed no later than 3 months after the testing of the eco-efficient technology or technique has been completed, unless the local authority has received an application for approval of construction after §§ 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. If an application for approval after 1. item is not accepted, should the building be removed no later than three months after the case is settled with a refusal.

Natural grazing



section 35. The establishment, expansion or modification of pasture livestock farming, which has housed part of the year, may take place after notification to the Municipal Council, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 12.

(2). The notification referred to in paragraph 1 is effected by the notification of a defined area and animal husbandry, barn facility. Animal team must not be moved to other areas or stable installations.

(3). It or the pursuant to paragraph (1) notified animal husbandry on a livestock must in all top have a fertilizer production in the period from 1. October to 30. April, equivalent to an annual fertilizer production at 15 livestock units.

(4). Animal team can include only the following animal types: 1) suckler cows with associated farming, steers, Bulls calves and bulls.

2) Oxen.

3) sheep.

4) Goats.

5) Horses.

(5). Areas may only include suitable grazing land that is protected, subject to § 3 of the law on nature protection or designated as Natura 2000 sites as well as other areas with permanent grass. Other areas can Max constitute half of the total area.

(6). Areas to be grazed by the entire notified animal husbandry, as a minimum, during the period from 1. May to 30. September, and animal team must have following Municipal Board of Directors estimates NET remove more nutrients from the land, than the adds. Areas with ground nesting breeding birds, where these breeding birds included in the designation amount for a Natura 2000 area, may be the earliest grazed from 1. June, and there may be a number of animals, which corresponds to 0.85 livestock units per hectare during the period from 1. June 30. June.

(7). There must be no applied organic fertilizer or commercial fertilizer on all the areas covered by paragraph 5. The use of the land for grazing with the declared animal husbandry does not trigger requirements on land approval according to sections 15, 16 or 26 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(8). Housing of the notified animal husbandry in period 1. October to 30. April can be done in existing or new installations as well as extension to existing stables barn facilities where the whole livestock production livestock production after the extension complies with the level of protection of odor as specified in annex 3, paragraph (B).

(9). New barn section, established in affiliation with the property's existing settlement areas, and additions to the existing stable indicators shall comply with section 30, paragraph 4, nr. 1 – 4, 6 and 7. Construction must be no greater than necessary for the notified animal husbandry.

Paragraph 10. New barn installations not be established in relation to the property's existing settlement areas, must comply with the following requirements: 1) construction must not be larger than necessary, in relation to an animal husbandry, see. paragraphs 3 and 4.

2) construction must have a maximum height of 4.5 meters measured from the ground to the roof.

3) construction shall not result in substantial changes in the existing terrain.

4) construction should appear in ordinary building materials and feature earthy, with non-reflective surfaces.

Paragraph 11. New barn facility that will be built in accordance with paragraph 10, and that are located in areas in the municipality plan is designated with the landscape values, valuable cultural environments or geological interest areas, must be removed no later than 3 years after that grazing has ceased, or if there are three consecutive years does not happen grazing of the land, unless the local authority has received an application for permission or approval of the construction work in accordance with §§ 10 , 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. If an application for approval after 1. item is not accepted, should the building be removed no later than three months after the matter was finally settled with a refusal.

Paragraph 12. Horse stalls must not involve renovation of existing shed installations for animals other than those notified.

§ 36. The establishment, expansion or modification of pasture livestock farming on top 250 animal units that go out all the year without the use of stable facilities, shelters or similar can take place after notification to the Municipal Council, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 7.

(2). The notification referred to in paragraph 1 is effected by means of a notification for defined animal husbandry and land. Animal team must not be moved to other areas.

(3). Animal team can include only the following animal types: 1) suckler cows with associated farming, steers, Bulls calves and bulls.

2) Oxen.

3) sheep.

4) Goats.

5) Horses.

(4). Areas may only include suitable grazing land that is protected, subject to § 3 of the law on nature protection or designated as Natura 2000 sites as well as other areas with permanent grass. Other areas can Max constitute half of the total area.

(5). There must be no applied organic fertilizer or commercial fertilizer on all the areas covered by paragraph 4. The use of the land for grazing with the declared animal husbandry does not trigger requirements on land approval according to sections 15, 16 or 26 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(6). For the declared animal husbandry section 31 may only be used for switching between animal types covered by paragraph 3.

(7). Animal team must have following Municipal Board of Directors estimates NET remove more nutrients from the land, than the adds, and there must be 0.5 livestock units per hectare during the period 1. September to December 31. in may, similar to a fertiliser production at 0.375 livestock units per hectare. Areas with ground nesting breeding birds, where these breeding birds included in the designation amount for a Natura 2000 area must not be grazed in the period from 1. February to 31. in may, and there may be a number of animals, which corresponds to 0.85 livestock units per hectare during the period from 1. June 30. June.

Ecology



section 37. Change of not authorized organic production of sows, piglets or slaughter pigs to authorized organic production of sows, piglets or slaughter pigs, including the necessary amendments to the barn works can take place after notification to the Municipal Council, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 12.

(2). Notification in accordance with paragraph 1 may include only the livestock, which after the notification is below the limits in section 12 of the Act on environmental approval, etc. of a livestock.

(3). Animal team's size and composition must not be altered, without prejudice. However, paragraphs 4 and 5.


(4). Unless the number of animal units with sows, piglets or slaughter pigs over 32 kg on livestock production halved compared to production before use of this review system, following distance observed between ammonia-sensitive nature and nearest shed plants, but not mobile cabins: 1) in a production of organic sows, piglets and fattening pigs of 15-75 animal units: a) 300 metres to natural areas within the scope of section 7 (1) , nr. 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

b) 100 metres to the areas covered by article 7, paragraph 1, no. 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

2) By a production of organic sows, piglets and fattening pigs of over 75 animal units: (a)) 900 meters to natural areas within the scope of section 7 (1) (8). 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

b) 300 metres to the areas covered by article 7, paragraph 1, no. 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(5). Unless the number of animal units with sows, piglets or slaughter pigs over 32 kg on livestock production halved compared to before use of this review system, the distance from the ammonia-sensitive nature subject to section 7, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, shall be at least 50 metres to the nearest fold edge and at least 100 metres to the nearest mobile hut.

(6). Holding, as livestock farming is associated with, and the holdings sold manure, must each comply with one of the following requirements:

1) of manure from a maximum of 0.6 supplied livestock units per ha per plan period on farm land. Do not use other organic fertilizers on the farm.

2) That applied manure on areas not covered by phosphorus class 1-3, see. Annex 3, paragraph (C), or on land that can be covered by phosphorus class 1-3 according to annex 4, nr. 1, point (A) and (B).

(7). The whole livestock production on livestock farming must be after the change to comply with the level of protection of odor as specified in annex 3, paragraph (B).

(8). The establishment, extension or change of stable facility shall comply with section 30, paragraph 4, nr. 1-4, and no. 6 and 7. There may only be built in to the extent that is necessary in relation to the conversion to organic farming of the notified animal husbandry, see. paragraph 2, and the construction must not involve renovation of existing stable installations.

(9). Mobile cabins can be drawn up when the following conditions are met: 1) the cabins should appear in ordinary building materials and feature earthy, with non-reflective surfaces.

2) height of the cabins can Max be 2.5 meters.

3) basic area of cabins that contains only a stiplads to lakes or hogs, can Max be 10 m2.

4) total land area must be 40 m2, where the cottages includes several stipladser, built along or be drawn up collectively.

5 Cabins) must have the same shape and placed in simple patterns, see. However, 2. point 1. paragraph may be waived to the extent that the consideration of an appropriate distribution of fertiliser makes it necessary.

6) interior design and operation must be carried out in accordance with the environmental protection agency approved by building magazine for interior design and operation of outdoor sohold.

Paragraph 10. Shed installations and mobile cabins, see. paragraphs 8 and 9, shall not be placed within: 1) protected areas.

2) Dune preservation line.

3) beach protection line.

4) Lake-and åbeskyttelses line.

5) forest byggelinje.

6) Fortidsminde protection line.

7) areas covered by section 11 a, nr. 15-17 of the law on planning.

Paragraph 11. Desired a notified animal husbandry subsequently rescheduled for not authorized organic operation with more than 15 animal units, requires this change permission or approval in accordance with sections 10, 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Paragraph 12. The mobile cabins must be removed when production with use of cabins.

Decision, exploitation and termination



section 38. Upon receipt of notification pursuant to section § 28-37 Municipal Council must acknowledge receipt and set the procedure of stock farming any applications after §§ 10-12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. The Municipal Council must inform the nature and environmental complaints about a review, if the notification includes the construction or animal husbandry, as municipal councillor is allowed or approved in accordance with sections 10 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, and the Municipal Council is aware that the consent or authorisation is an appeal to nature and environmental complaints board.

(2). The Municipal Council must assess whether the notified after §§ 28-37 complies with the requirements of §§ 28-37 and section 8 of the basic regulation. section 9 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, and does not conflict with the protection of protected areas, protection lines or areas in the municipality level is designated with the landscape values, special nature conservation interest, valuable cultural environments as well as geological points of interest.

(3). On the basis of the assessment referred to in paragraph 2 shall take the Municipal Council no later than two months from the receipt of a notification in accordance with §§ 28-37 decision that it notified can be brought to the execution, or that it notified requires permission or approval in accordance with sections 10, 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. The closing date is counted from the time when the disclosure requirements in section 7 are met. Last 4 weeks after receipt of an incomplete application, the applicant shall notify the Municipal Council, what information is missing, before notification can be treated.

(4). Before a decision is taken without prejudice. (3) the Municipal Council must make neighbors aware of the notification in writing in accordance with §§ 28-37 and give them access to comment within a period of 2 weeks. The orientation of the neighbors may be omitted if it is declared after the Municipal Board's estimate is of subordinate importance to the neighbors.

(5). By the decision in accordance with paragraph 3, the Municipal Council on the basis of an assessment of the landscape conditions decide to derogate from the requirement in whole or in part, see planting foreclosure section 28, paragraph 5, no. 4, and section 29, paragraph 5, no. 4. the provisions of paragraph 6. It can be included in the Municipal Board's decision pursuant to paragraph 3, that the concrete conditions in a permit or approval is not applicable as a result of the notification under section section 28-37.

(7). Where the Municipal Council in accordance with paragraph 1 has set the processing of an application, the Municipal Council when a decision has been taken in accordance with paragraph 3, resume this. Where the decision referred to in article 6. (3) give rise to changes in the resumed application, the Municipal Council give the applicant accordingly and at the same time, fix a time limit for the applicant's submission of new information. If the decision gives rise to a permit or approval in accordance with the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock is no longer necessary, concludes the Municipal Council proceedings and gives notice to the applicant.

§ 39. A decision on the basis of a review lapses if it is not used within 2 years after the decision is announced.

(2). If a decision on the basis of a notification has not been completely or partially utilized for 3 consecutive years, lapse the part that has not been exploited in the past 3 years.

Chapter 8 review of the approvals section 40. Approvals subject to sections 11, 12 and 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock and approvals granted in accordance with Chapter 5 of the law on the protection of the environment should be periodically and at least every 10 minutes. year taken up for reconsideration and, where necessary, kept up to date in the light of technological developments. The Municipal Council shall carry out the first regular reassessment when there has been 8 years from the time when the company was first approved.

(2). As an introduction to the review must send a submission to the Municipal Council approval holder about the Authority's preliminary thinking on the review.

(3). On the basis of the reassessment shall take Municipal Council decision, either to the terms to be changed, or that the review does not involve changes in the livestock industry approval. The decision taken on the basis of § 39 of the basic regulation. section 41 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. The decision also lays down the time of the next regular reassessment.

(4). If in connection with the review of an authorization has been implemented the procedure referred to in article 42, the decision must contain information about the completed procedure, including an account of Municipal Board's considerations in the light of the views expressed by the public.

§ 41. The Municipal Council must take an approval of an IE-livestock up to reconsideration and, where necessary, inform the injunction or prohibition under section 39 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, when the EU Commission in the official journal of the European Union has published a BAT-conclusion relating to the main livestock sector within the scope of article 12, paragraph 1, no. 1-3 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. The Municipal Council must take approval up to review regardless of section 40 (1) of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock and section 41 (a), paragraph 1, of the law on environmental protection.

(2). The review should include all the terms in the permit.

(3). section 40 (2) (3) 1. paragraph, and (4) shall apply mutatis mutandis at the reassessment referred to in paragraph 1.

(4). When section 18, paragraph 1, is used in connection with the approval of the IE-livestock, the continued use thereof included in the Municipal Board's reassessment.


(5). The Municipal Council shall organise the review in such a way that livestock farming can comply with the BAT-the conclusion on the basis of updated terms no later than four years after the publication of BAT-the conclusion of the official journal of the European Union. The Municipal Council sets a deadline for compliance with the new terms, which expires no later than four years after the publication of BAT-the conclusion of the official journal of the European Union. For changes that don't follow the BAT-conclusion, the Municipal Council may establish another deadline. Implementation deadline for amendments, which arise not from BAT-conclusion, cannot derogate from the provisions of section 40 (1) of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, unless the conditions laid down in article 40, paragraph 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, are met.

§ 42. In cases of reassessment of approvals in accordance with sections 11, 12 and 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, as well as approvals in accordance with Chapter 5 of the law on environmental protection, Municipal Council must not take a decision in accordance with section 39, see. section 40 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, before the public has had the opportunity to comment on the Municipal Board's draft decision.

(2). In order to give the public the opportunity to comment to the Municipal Council make any public announcement, when it initiates a review in accordance with sections 40 and 41. Advertising can be done entirely digitally on the municipality's website. The announcement must include at least the following: 1) the Municipal Board's name and address, 2) company name and location, 3) information that the Municipal Council intends to take the company's environmental approval up for reassessment, 4) statement that everyone has the right to view and comment on the documents before the Court, as well as information about which comments and questions may be directed, 5) indication of when, where and how the documents will be made available and 6) a statement that any within a specified period of 2-4 weeks from the announcement may ask to receive draft decision when this is available, and that everyone has the right to comment on draft decision within a period of 2-4 weeks from the date of receipt of the draft.

(3). On transmission of the draft decision, see. (2). 6, there must also be informed of the material, which the Municipal Council may have been available after the announcement is made.

(4). The right to see the documents before the Court, including the draft decision and, where appropriate, supplementary material, shall apply within the limits deriving from the law on open Government, the administrative procedure code and the law on public access to environmental information.

(5). The Municipal Council make digital publication of decisions in the light of the reassessment of the IE-livestock, see. section 48.

Chapter 9 termination of section 43. Upon termination of activities on IE-livestock, see Chapter 4 (b) of the law on contaminated soil use.

(2). Upon termination shall mean 1) cessation of all activities on IE-livestock sector, 2) when a IE-livestock farming has informed the Municipal Council that capacity or utilization of capacity permanently reduced to under stiplads the limits in section 12 (1) (8). 1-3 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, or 3) the situations covered by section 33, paragraph 3, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, when approval has lapsed completely or for the part exceeding the limits in section 12, stiplads (1). 1-3 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

(3). IE-animal husbandry shall, not later than four weeks after cessation of operation review this to commune with a blueprint for assessment pursuant to section 38 k, paragraph 1, of the law on contaminated soils. The assessment should include a risk assessment with respect to human health and the environment. Risk assessment shows that it cannot be rejected, that pollution poses a significant risk to human health or the environment, assessment must also contain a blueprint for measures to ensure that the contamination does not pose such a risk.

Chapter 10 Frikommune trials § 44. The environmental protection agency can approve frikommune attempt, see. law on frikommuner, after which the Municipal Council in a frikommune may derogate from the following provisions of Chapter 7:1) § 27, paragraph 1, in respect of building types.

2) § 28, paragraphs 1 and 4, as regards the size limit and distance requirements for the aforementioned silage seats. Spacing requirements set out in paragraph 4 cannot be reduced, but the environmental protection agency may, in accordance with the circumstances require an increase in spacing requirements.

3) article 29, paragraph 1, in respect of the capacity limits of the mentioned the manure storage facility. Spacing requirements set out in paragraph 3 may not be reduced, but the environmental protection agency may, in accordance with the circumstances demand an increase in spacing requirements.

(2). The Municipal Council in frikommunen sends the application for frikommune tests for the environmental protection agency by 31 December 2006. December 2013.

Chapter 11 Administrative provisions section 45. The Municipal Council must immediately notify the Minister if an application relates to a project which could have significant negative effects on human beings or the environment in another country.

(2). The Municipal Council may not hear the case until the Minister gives permission to do so. The Municipal Council shall inform, where appropriate, the applicant.

(3). The local authority will send a copy of the decision to the Minister.

§ 46. If an application includes areas which are located in two or more municipalities, the Municipal Council, before taking the decision, consulting with the other municipal councils with a request for the drafting of the terms of the share of areas, which are located in other municipalities. The Municipal Council must incorporate these terms in overall approval.

(2). The rule set out in paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the areas notified to the replacement of the basic regulation. § 25.

§ 47. Before the Municipal Council shall take a decision in accordance with articles 10, 11, 12 and 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, Municipal Council send the draft decision to the applicant and inform about the availability of public access and to give its opinion in accordance with the administrative procedure code.

section 48. When the Municipal Council has taken a decision on the approval or review of an IE-livestock, the Municipal Council shall publish the decision.

(2). The Municipal Council shall publish the digital information on the measures that have been taken by livestock production definitively operational termination, without prejudice. § 38 m, paragraph 2, of the law on contaminated soils.

(3). Publication in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 shall also include information on, that at any moment is access to have access to other information, which the local authority is in possession of, with the limitations arising from the law on open Government, the administrative procedure code and the law on public access to environmental information.

§ 49. Municipality register through www.husdyrgodkendelse.dk or another digital system that meets the requirements set out in annex 5, not later than 1 month after that decision has been taken in matters relating to authorisation or approval pursuant to the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry sections 10, 11, 12, or 16, and cases covered by Chapter 7 of this order, the date of the decision, and which of the said provisions of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry or decision taken pursuant to this order.

§ 50. Decision under section 25 cannot be appealed to any other administrative authority.

§ 51. The environmental protection agency can change notice annex.

Chapter 12 entry into force and transitional provisions § 52. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. November 2013.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 1172 by 4. October 2013 for authorization and approval, etc. of livestock farming.

§ 53. Decisions taken pursuant to the rules referred to in section 52, retain their validity until after this Ordinance or law on environmental approval etc. of livestock taken new decisions or determined otherwise.

§ 54. A decision on that installations for the intensive livestock farming must be assumed not to be able to have significant effect on the environment, see. the then-current provision in section 6 c of the law on planning, retains its validity in addition the in section 104, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, prescribed period 1. January 2009 and in addition to the period of 2 years in section 104, paragraph 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, if that decision is attached to a decision under section 35 of the law on planning, section 33 of the Act on the protection of the environment or section 4 of the Ordinance on commercial animal husbandry, livestock manure, silage, etc., that have been lodged against, and who is under treatment in natural and environmental complaints or are determined by Environmental complaints or Nature-and Environmental complaints after 1. January 2007.

(2). The decisions referred to in paragraph 1, that the installations for the intensive livestock farming must be assumed not to be able to have significant effect on the environment, see. the then-current provision in section 6 c of the law on planning, retain their validity until the nature-and Environmental complaints board has taken a decision in the appeal and shall lapse if they are not exercised within one year after the nature and environment complaints Board's decision is announced.

§ 55. The Municipal Council and the nature and environment complaints board deals with cases under the existing rules, when the notification or application for permission or approval of livestock has been received by the Municipal Council before the 15. November 2013. § 9, paragraph 2, shall be applicable for the purposes of assessing applications for permission or approval, once the application has been received by the Municipal Council from the 15. October 2013 and the decision taken by the Municipal Council or natural and environmental complaints from the 15. November 2013.


(2). Cases concerning applications for approval of IE-livestock farms, where the candidate before the 7. January 2013 have submitted a complete application to the local authority, is governed by the before the 7. January 2013 rules, if applicable shall be notified of approval before the 7. January 2014 and the establishment, extension or alteration may be operational no later than this date.

(3). Natural and environmental complaints board deals with complaints against the decisions concerning the approval of IE-livestock after the prior to the 7. January 2013 rules in force when the application is received by the local authority before the 7. January 2013, approval has been granted within 7. January 2014 and the establishment, extension or amendment is expected to be in operation within the 7. January 2014.

section 56. Notes of the commune, where section 55, paragraph 2 or 3 is used, to the approved establishment, expansion or modification cannot be operational no later than 7. January 2014, shall notify the Municipal Council injunction, see. section 40 (3) of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, which supplements the terms of approval according to the rules laid down in this Ordinance, unless the terms already complies with the rules laid down in this Ordinance.

§ 57. The Municipal Council may not earlier than the 7. January 2014 grant injunctive relief on the basis of a review under section 41 for livestock farming, which is in operation on 7. January 2013, or which are covered by section 55, paragraph 2 or 3.

§ 58. section 32 is repealed on 1. January 2015.

section 59. section 33 repeal the 1. January 2018.

section 60. Chapter 10 shall be repealed on 1 January. January 2016.

The Ministry of the environment, the 8. November 2013 Ida Auken/Claus T. ...



Annex 1 application form when applying for authorisation of animal use, see. § 6, stk. 1











Ansøger m.v.







 



Name





Address and

EVS. e-post





Phone No.







Candidate



 

 

 





Owner/owners



 

 

 



 

 

 

 



 



Address





CVR-nr.





CHR-nr.







Stock farming



 

 

 





property/real estate



 

 

 







Livestock production







 



Species





Number of animals





Animal Units (DE)







Current production



 

 

 



 

 

 

 





Future production



 

 

 



 

 

 

 







Land







 



Acres







The farm's total area



 





Farm land for the application of livestock manure



 





For leased land for the application of livestock manure



 







Manure input and ceased to be covered by the holding







 



Receiver





CVR-nr.





CHR-nr.





Written

agreement





Ceased To Be Covered By, The







Animal manure



 

 

 

 

 





ceased to be covered by



 

 

 

 

 





the holding



 

 

 

 

 



 



Shall deliver





CVR-nr.





CHR-nr.





Written

agreement





Added, The







Manure and

other organic

fertilizer added

the holding



 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 







Map material







 



Attached







Current buildings and planned construction as well as existing and future planting



 





Holding's total land as well as the holding of application areas, including. agreement areas



 







Environment, nature, landscape and neighbourly relations







 

 



Yes





No







1





Comply with stables, manure storage facilities and similar spatial requirements specified in § 8 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, to water supply systems, streams and lakes, roads, food business, residential and neighbouring divisions?



 

 





2





The plants are located in the greater distance than specified in section 20 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, compared to genes for the surroundings?



 

 





3





Is more than 300 metres from the plants protected natural habitats, which are the subject of category 1, 2 or 3, as specified in annex 3, paragraph (A)?



 

 





4





Is application areas outside areas with a direct drop of 12 degrees or more down to the lakes and streams in addition to the 20 meter as shown by section 30, paragraph 3, of the Ordinance on commercial animal husbandry, livestock manure, silage, etc.?



 

 





5





Is the plants outside the registered and designated lavbunds land?



 

 





6






Is application areas outside nitrate classes 2 and 3, as set out in annex 3, paragraph (D), nr. 1?



 

 





7





Is application areas outside phosphorus classes 2 and 3, as set out in annex 3, section C?



 

 





8





Application areas are located outside of the nitrate-vulnerable districts and areas by zoning have been found to be nitrate-vulnerable, and that at a later date will be determined as nitrate-sensitive reclamation area and be the subject of an action plan, as specified in annex 3, paragraph (D)?



 

 





9





Livestock farming is located outside protected areas, Natura 2000 areas or protected natural areas?



 

 





10





Is new plants and expansions of existing facilities outside areas of scenic value or valuable cultural environments?



 

 





In addition to the 10 items listed shall town councillor to make a concrete assessment in relation to articles 27 and 32 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.





 









Explanation to the individual points shown by the instructions to the form. The guide is available at www.mst.dk.



Annex 2 information requirements when applying for approval of livestock farming, see. § 6

A. information about the applicant and property 1) applicant's name, address, email and phone number.



2) that the name and address and the registration number.



3) stock farming name, property address (s), cadastral numbers and CHR-, and P-number.



4) Name, address and telephone number of the owner of the property on which the livestock sector is located, or if the owner is not listed is requested is identical with the applicant.



5) information on stock farming contact person: Name, address, and phone number.

B. information about livestock sector 6) Livestock sector size.



7) brief description of the product applied for the project. Indication of whether construction or on operational extensions/modifications of existing activities. In the case of expansion of a previously approved activities, as will be liable due to extension of approval, particulars shall be given of the entire company incl. enlargement.



8) Information as to whether it applied for requires building extensions/modifications.



9) the estimated time of construction worker's start and end, as well as for the start of the company's operation at start-up or startup of the part of the operation, which is modified after the implementation of the project. If the application includes planned extensions or changes the meaning. section 14 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock, be provided as the expected time horizon for implementation of these.

C. information on stock farming location and scheduled against 10) measure the real plan in appropriate scale with indication of installations (stables and similar arrangements for animals URf.eks. feed lots and open-air m.v., manure storage facilities, silage, silage container, container for residual water) location in relation to its surroundings, including the location in relation to surrounding, etc. as well as distances to vulnerable nature, see. §§ 6-8 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, as well as distances to other natural and cultural areas, etc. On the plan is entered into account quotas, where appropriate. The plan shall be completed by the North arrow and need the legend.



11) Description of location considerations in relation to the surroundings, which are sensitive to emissions or genes from the company (URf.eks. residential areas, recreational areas, water supply systems, lakes or streams including sinks). The municipality can tell you about the programmatic provisions in this area.

D. Construction drawings over the company's decor 12) Drawing on an appropriate scale, showing the entire business, including production facility's location on the property and furnishings IE. location of stables, middens, slurry containers, silage space, paved areas, incl. drain, internal transport roads, dug-in tanks, boreholes and wells, etc. Plan North arrow and supplied with necessary legend.



13) information on the building floor plan, building height, roof slopes, building materials and colors, the buildings ' future use, planting, foreclosure lighting conditions, etc.

E. information relating to the company's layout and operation, including crop rotation 14) species and number of animal units before and after the mark applied for, with the basis for doing so.



15) information on barn system and stable design in every single operational building, including information about mucking-out system.



16) ventilation systems, including information on the type, capacity, number of returns, return their location, altitude, air speed in yield return, etc.



17) Information about storage and/or processing of feed, as well as information on the application of nutrient limitation feed technologies, as well as feed corrections as a result.



18) Information about secondary activity as URf.eks. fish farm, slaughterhouse, biogas plants, composting plants, windmill and halmfyr, retail sales and housing, etc.



19) information on the nature and usage of other auxiliary agents in the context of livestock production, including energy and water consumption as well as information about how it is used, as well as URf.eks. consumption of diesel oil.



20) information about possible malfunctions or accidents that may result in significant increased pollution as compared to normal operation.



21) crop rotation for the individual areas of application in specified categories.

F. information on manure production and handling 22) annual production of livestock manure incl. residual water to storage before and after the project.



23) the manure storage facility (type, size, capacity and shelter).



24) Size and location of the area is available for the application of livestock manure on the whole holding, operated under the same registration number, including both own land and other than areas that can be disposed of in accordance with fertiliser supply contracts and agreements for lease before and after the project, as well as information on grazing agreements before and after the project.



25) indication of allocated to, or received from other properties after the manure applied project, and about receiving sludge or other waste products for dispatch services, placing the area specified in paragraph 6. 21.



26) Expected balance for N and P at farm level before and after the project, including losses to the environment by ammonia volatilization and leaching of nitrate before and after the project, including the classification of the individual parts of the application areas on the basis of the categories listed in annex 3 for the level of protection for N and P.

G. information on the company's choice of the best available techniques 27) Statement and evidence of the extent to which the selected project based on the use of the least polluting and resource-consuming technique concerning, among other things. raw materials, energy, water and other inputs, production facilities, processes and waste generation. The statement shall contain a summary of the most important of the possible alternatives, as the applicant has been examined.



28) Information on the application of best available techniques for reducing ammonia emissions and leaching of nitrates, as well as information on how any surplus and phosphorus discharges of phosphorus reduced.

H. information on pollution and nuisance impacts from livestock farming, as well as pollution and nuisance reduction measures 29) Indication and location of noise sources that can provide substantial noise pollution for the environment (ventilation systems, air compressors, dryers, milking parlour, etc.). Annual and daily operating periods under normal conditions is specified. Any noise and vibration damping measures described.



30) information about odor forureningskilder, which may involve substantial inconvenience to the surroundings as well as information about sources of air pollution that can contaminate the environment significantly. Measures to reduce odour nuisance and air pollution are described, including an indication of the effect and other relevant operation parameters for the relevant technologies.



31) Statement of the quantity and nature of cleaning water, dairy compartment water, water from washing bays and sanitary sewage, with information about disposal and any sewage treatment measures.



32) information about filling and cleaning of application equipment.



33) information about fly control.



34) information about pest control.



35) information on matters relating to work and off-drive, including the transport of manure and inputs and reclaiming of animals, as well as an assessment of noise pollution in connection therewith.

I. information about the company's waste




36) information about the storage and disposal of dead animals, including, where applicable, transhipment and pick-up site location in relation to neighbouring settlements.



37) information about the storage of oil/chemicals.



38) Information concerning the disposal of oil/chemical waste including packaging, etc.



39) information on the nature, quantity, storage and disposal of other wastes generated at the company. For hazardous wastes (pesticides and medicine residues) set EAK-codes.

J. information about fitting in with the countryside 40) Including information about the establishment of foreclosure plantings, placement of buildings and installations and building heights in relation to terrain and insight.

K. Proposals for self-monitoring 41) proposals for conditions on the verification of compliance with the conditions laid down for the company's operation, including regarding risk conditions.



  Self-monitoring terms may include:



a) proposal for a permanent procedure for maintenance and inspection of production facilities and sewage treatment measures.



b) proposal for a permanent procedure for maintenance and control of nuisance and pollution measures.



(c)) proposal for the monitoring of parameters that have environmental/safety significance, URf.eks. the under 18) referred to operational disruptions and accidents.



d) proposals for registration of the consumption of raw materials, auxiliary materials and energy.

L. non-technical summary 42) the information contained in the application shall be summarized in a non-technical summary.

M. Information in connection with the company's termination 43) information about which applicant intends to take measures to prevent pollution in connection with the company's termination.

N. Description of significant alternatives 44) Description of significant alternative options, which the developer has considered as well as 0-alternative.



Annex 3 Protection level for ammonia, odor, excess phosphorus and nitrate

The level of protection described in this annex must be used for the assessment of whether there is a significant impact on the environment by permits and approvals in accordance with sections 10, 11, 12 and 16 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. The annex should also be used for the review, to the extent expressly set forth in the annex hereto.

The following levels of protection must be used for the assessment of applications, see. § 11 irrespective of whether in the municipality plan guidelines or spatial planning guidelines, which are maintained under section 3 (1) or (2) of law No. 571 of 24. June 2006 amending the law on planning is provided a level of protection for the odor, ammonia, phosphorus or nitrate that goes on.

The municipality shall, in respect of each application to carry out a concrete assessment of the basic regulation. sections 27 and 29 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock, and may on that basis in exceptional cases decide to make terms with background in annex 4, which goes beyond the level of protection provided in this annex, without prejudice to article. section 13, paragraph 2-4. This will be topical, if wholly exceptional circumstances are deemed to be natural areas after the local Board's assessment is not protected enough by the chosen level of protection. It is the responsibility of the municipality, as part of this evaluation, to assess specifically whether an applied activity will be in compliance with the habitats directive commitments. In the case of ammonia impact of ammonia-sensitive nature, this includes situations where the only natural area is not properly mapped in connection with Natura 2000-planning, and nature Agency have indicated that the area's status in the mapping will be changed in a future update of the mapping. Notice the level of protection of ammonia impact is based on best available scientific knowledge, which ensures that compliance with this level of protection will not be detected a biological modification of natural areas. The municipality can therefore only can refuse in a situation where it is on a specific experimental scientific basis can be documented, to ammonia impact of livestock farming will lead to a demonstrable biological modification of this natural area, although the level of protection in this Ordinance are complied with.

In the meantime, until water and Natura 2000 plans after environmental target practice Act is finally adopted, involving the municipalities of all available knowledge about nature and environmental State in the proceedings, including the knowledge that at the time of approval is available in connection with the preparation of water-and Natura 2000 plans. In the proposals for the Natura 2000 plans that are sent for consultation in september 2010, it appears that the reduction of kvælstofdeposition on Natura 2000 areas habitats habitats is expected to take place through an upcoming change of livestock approval Act. With compliance levels of protection established in this order implemented the said reduction of the kvælstofdepositionen on the vulnerable natural areas in Natura 2000 areas.

In relation to the draft water plans after environmental goal's law, which was sent in consultation at the same time with proposals for Natura 2000 plans, included environmental approval of livestock as a contribution to the attainment of environmental objectives in compliance with the plans in this order defined protection levels. Water-and Natura 2000 plans therefore does not in itself give rise to a tightening of protection levels below.

Knowledge of natural habitat from the Natura 2000 areas in planning for the environmental target practice law should be revoked. Knowledge of water areas characterization in water planning for environmental target practice law must also be involved in the proceedings.

A. Protection level for ammonia

The protection level for ammonia is composed of several elements: a) The General requirements for reduction of ammonia for livestock covered by section 11 and section 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.



(b)) the maximum totaldeposition of ammonia in ammonia-sensitive natural areas covered by section 7 of the Act on the environmental approval, etc. of livestock farming.



(c)) the maximum merdeposition of other ammonia-sensitive natural areas, after case, see. § 27, paragraph 1, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

1. Ad. a. the General requirements for reduction of ammonia for livestock covered by sections 11 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock;

By extensions, relocations and changes of animal husbandry, see. sections 11 and 12 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, is the starting point that ammonia emissions from the shed and storage should be reduced by 30% in relation to the established reference barn system specified in tables 1 and 2 (demand reduction). The requirement for reduction of ammonia emissions applies to extensions, new barn facilities and stables, which are being renovated. The requirement can be met by reduction of ammonia loss in both existing and new plants. Reduction requirement is determined by the date of the application.

The concept of rehabilitation in this context is identical to the approvable changes of stable plant. In other words, the requirement applies to renovations that can be equated with a start-up. Replacement of furniture without simultaneous changes in fertiliser plants, etc., on the other hand, will not be approvable and thus also not covered by the General requirements of ammonia. If the expansion is carried out in an existing unchanged stable plant will only cover enlargement requirements the General ammonia.

The claim is made, with the following modifications: – By cattle production based on grass feeding, where there are over 25% more than green crops in the total ration, determined a requirement of 15%.



– For male bovine animals and suckler cows in the barn systems based on liquid manure, as specified in table 1, lays down a requirement of 15%.



– For piglets determined a requirement of 20%.



– For certain types of poultry (listed in table 1) lays down a requirement of 15%.



– Udegående livestock would be exempt from the General ammonia requirements during the period in which the animals are udegående. For poultry, cattle and free range sows reduced reduction requirement therefore proportionately with the proportion of the time, they are udegående. (Although udegående animals would be exempt from the General requirements, changes in the proportion of ammonia by udegående animals in the existing livestock production shall not be taken into account in the approval of the General ammonia requirements).



– For beef cattle, sheep and goats, as in the majority of the time is udbundet, lays no reduction requirements.



– For cattle and horses shall be fixed no reduction requirements for the proportion of nitrogen excretion, which concerns solid dung including barns where they have.



– For sows, piglets and slaughter pigs are produced organically, as well as for ducks and geese, lays no reduction requirements.

Reference system is stable for most animal types defined as up to date stable system according to standard figures from 2005/2006 (prepared by the Institute of agricultural sciences, Aarhus University) had the smallest ammonia emission from the stables and storage. The General requirements are calculated from ammonia ammonia emissions in the reference barn system in 2005/2006 corrected for new knowledge about nesting and ammonia loss from these stable systems. Concerning poultry shall be determined on the basis of standard requirement figures from 2010/2011, while the demand for mink fur animals takes as its starting point the guidance requirements on a maximum loss of 1.65 kg N per årstæve.


Livestock agricultural ammonia emission and other environmental impacts of nitrogen must be calculated by applying the latest normtal of nitrogen produced by the University of Aarhus, so applications submitted after 1. October apply norms for the year in question. This also includes the use of the barn and took the loss in storage of ammonia. However, it will be possible to correct for EVS. error. If ammonia emissions from one of the reference systems specified in table 1 and the stable 2 reviewed in the light of new knowledge, this knowledge could not be used in environmental reviews before the new knowledge is incorporated into an amendment to this Ordinance, where the General ammonia requirements will have to be amended in accordance with the new knowledge.

By establishing a distinction is made between nitrogen excretion which relates to the requirement of liquid manure (table 1) and nitrogen excretion as concerns solid dung including barns where they have (table 2).

Table 1. The General ammonia requirements by extensions and renovations for the part of nitrogen excretion which relates to liquid manure.







 







Animal type nitrogen excretion ab – animals in 2005/2006 corrected for new knowledge.





Kg N ab animals









Best stable system (reference stable system) ammonia loss in kg N from the shed and storage without additional technology application









The established General requirements for extensions/renovated barn ammonia plant





Kg N-Maximal ammonia emission from the shed and storage









1 årsko without farming (heavy race)

136.9





Bed shed with columns

(channel, line games) 10.01







7.01 (30%)



8.51 (15%, if there is more than 25% of pasture crops in the total ration)







1 årsko without farming (Jersey)

115.7





Bed shed with columns

(channel, line games) 8.46







5.92 (30%)



7.19 (15%, if there is more than 25% of pasture crops in the total ration)







1 årsammeko without breeding

< 400 kg 34,6





Bindestald med riste 1,99







1,69 (15 %)







1 årsammeko uden opdræt

400-600 kg 50,5





Bindestald med riste 2,93







2,49 (15 %)







1 årsammeko uden opdræt

> 600 kg 57,6





Tying stables with grates 3.35







2.85 (15%)







1 årsopdræt (6-27 pp., heavy breed)

52.6





Bed shed with columns (channel line games) 5.38







3.77 (30%)



4.57 (15%, if there is more than 25% of pasture crops in the total ration)







1 årsopdræt (6-25 pp, jersey)

39.5





Bed shed with columns (channel line games) 4.04







2.83 (30%)



3.43 (15%, if there is more than 25% of pasture crops in the total ration)







Young bulls (220-440 kg.). Heavy race 24.3





Bed shed with columns (channel line games) 2.42







2.06 (15%)







Young bulls (145 – 328 kg.). Jersey 18.9





Bed shed with columns (channel line games) 1.87







1.59 (15%)







1 årsso (contribution from farrowing) 7.92





Box paths, partially solid flooring 0.90







0.63 (30%)







1 årsso (contribution from jogging/gestation stall) 18.49





Untethered Lakes, partially slatted 2.51







1.76 (30%)







1 piglet 7.2-30 kg 0.53





Toklima barn, partly slatted 0.041







0.033 (20%)







1 prod. Hogs 30-102 kg 3.08 kg N





Partly slatted (25-49%) 0.40







0.28 (30%)







Mink, årstæve





Gødningsrende, weekly emptying 1.65 kg N per årstæve







1.16 kg N (30%)





 

 

 









Table 2. The General ammonia requirements by extensions and renovations for the part of nitrogen excretion as concerns solid dung including barns where they have.







 







Animal type nitrogen excretion ab – animals in 2005/2006 corrected for new knowledge.





Kg N ab animals









Best stable system (reference stable system) ammonia loss in kg N from the shed and storage without additional technology application









The established General requirements for extensions/renovated barn ammonia plant





Kg N-Maximal ammonia emission from the shed and storage









1 årsso (contribution from jogging/gestation stall) 18.49





Barns where they have 4.26







2.98 (30%)







1 piglet 7.2-30 kg 0.53





Barns where they have 0.15







0.12 (20%)







1 prod. Hogs 30-102 kg 3.08





Barns where they have 0.80







0.56 (30%)







Broilers, 1000 paragraphs 35-day 48.7





Barns where they have 12.41







10.55 (15%)







Skrabekyllinger, 56 days 63.4





19.13 barns where they have








16.26 (15%)







Organic chickens, 81 days 127.0





Barns where they have + facilities 34.22







29.09 (15%)







Heavy turkeys, males 87.8





Barns where they have 23.21







19.73 (15%)







Heavy turkeys, hens 48.1





Barns where they have 12.72







10.81 (15%)







100 PCs., free range chickens, 88.0





Floor operation with manure basin + facilities + manure 28.94 barns where they have







20.26 (30%)







Chickens, 100 PCs., Skrabehøns 86.83





Floor operation with manure basin barns where they have + manure 31.94







22.36 (30%)







Chickens, 100 PCs., Caged 69.51





Cages with droppings belts manure 10.08







7.06 (30%)







HPR-hens, 100 paragraphs 104.2





Hatching eggs, floor operation + fertilizer + manure barns where they have chest 33.21







28.23 (15%)







Ready-to-lay pullets, table eggs, 100, 112 days produced 11.7





Barns where they have 3.35







2.85 (15%)







Ready-to-lay pullets, hatching eggs, 100, 119 days produced 14.0





Barns where they have 4.01







3.41 (15%)





 

 

 









In stable systems, where there is both liquid manure and solid dung including barns where they have, the reduction requirement be calculated proportionately on the basis of nitrogen excretion ab animals for the two types of fertilisers.

For both tables 1 and 2, where the production differ from the indicated weight or age, be it General ammonia requirements be adjusted. That must be corrected with a factor calculated from the following correction formulas:

Hogs: ((final weight – starting weight) * (15.42 + 0.2072 * (final weight + starting weight))/3079

Piglets: ((final weight – starting weight) * (15.42 + 0.2072 * (final weight + starting weight))/527

Young bulls (heavy race): (1,825 * (final weight – starting weight) + 0.00605 * (slutvægt2 – startvægt2))/1280

Young bulls (jersey): (2,308 * (final weight – starting weight) + 0.00676 * (slutvægt2 – startvægt2))/1007

Farming (heavy race): (((over age + starting age) * 0.0729) + 1,931)/4,344

Breeding (jersey): (((over age + starting age) * 0.0576) + 1,461)/3,253

For all types of poultry, the requirement must be adjusted in proportion to changes in N ab animals. If URf.eks. a applied for production of broiler chickens, according to the standards in force at any time have a N ab animals on 51.3 kg N, the requirement is calculated as 10.55 * (51.3/48.7) = 11.11 kg N.

2. Ad. b. the maximum allowable totaldeposition of ammonia in ammonia-sensitive natural areas within the scope of section 7 (1) (8). 1 and 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of stockfarming Category 1-nature: The defined ammonia sensitive habitats located within international nature protection areas, which are covered by section 7, paragraph 1, no. 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

International nature protection areas is the common name for the habitats and bird protection areas (called Natura 2000 sites), which is designated for the fulfilment of the EU habitats and birds directives, as well as Ramsar sites. The Danish Ramsar sites are all located within the designated bird protection areas and protected as such.

The Natura 2000 habitat types, which are covered by section 7, paragraph 1, no. 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, is confined to the ammonia-sensitive Natura 2000 habitat types, which are included in the basis for designation area and are identified by nature Agency in connection with Natura 2000-planning. § 7 (1) (8). 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, so far includes the following Natura 2000 habitat types regardless of size:

2130 Stable coastal dunes with herbaceous vegetation (grey dunes and grønsvær klit), 2140 Coastal dunes with dwarf shrub vegetation (dune Heath), 2180 Coastal dunes with self-seeded populations of native tree species, 2190 Humid dune Hollows, 2250 Coastal dunes with junipers, 2310 Inland dunes with Heather and certain, 2320 Inland dunes with Heather and crowberry, 2330 Inland dunes with open grassland with Corynephorus and Agrostis, 3110 Lime-and nutrient-poor Lakes and ponds (lobelia lakes), 3130 Entitled nutrient-poor Lakes and ponds with small amphibious plants on the banks , 3140 calcareous Lakes and ponds with kransnålalger, 3150 nutrient-rich Lakes and ponds with floating plants or large pondweed, 3160 Brown watered Lakes and ponds, 4010 Wet dwarf shrub communities with Bell Heather, 4030 Dry dwarf shrub communities (authorities), 5130 Enekrat on grasslands, or cliffs, Very dry over drive-6120 or hillside vegetation on limestone sand, 6210 grasslands and scrub on more or less chalky bottom, 6230 species-rich grasslands or grass at more or less sur bottom , 6410 Intermittently wet meadows on skinny or calcareous bottom, often with caerulea, 7110 7120 Degraded raised bogs, Active raised bogs with the possibility of natural recovery, 7140 transition mires and other kærsamfund formed floating in water, 7150 plant communities with rhynchospora, sundew or Club Moss on wet sand or exposed peat, 7210 calcareous marshes and swamps with cladium mariscus, 7220 Sources and wealth, 7330 Rigkær, 9110 beech forest on morbund without Holly , 9120 beech forest on morbund with Holly, 9130 beech forest on soil bottom, 9150 beech forest on limestone bottom, 9160 Egeskov and mix forest in more or less rich soil, 9170 Winter oak woods in Eastern (subkontinentale) own, 9190 Stalk oak woods and thickets on skinny sur bottom, 91D0 forested peatlands and 91E0 Elle-and ash forests by streams, lakes and vents. 3150 nutrient-rich Lakes and ponds with floating plants or large pondweed are covered to the extent that they are identified as ammonia-sensitive.

For the Natura 2000 habitat types that are not mapped (mostly Lakes), to assess the possible impact, without prejudice to the municipality. Article 27 of the basic regulation. section 19 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. In addition to the Lakes is about 1230 vegetated sea cliffs on the coast, 2110 Suburban rim and incipient dune formations, 2120 White dunes and wander miler, Coastal dunes with Sea buckthorn, 2160 2170 Coastal dunes with gråris, 8220 Inland cliffs of decalcified rocks and 8230 Inland cliffs of decalcified rocks with pioneer and Habitat use. When a Habitat is mapped, it will automatically be subject to section 7, paragraph 1, no. 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Moreover, section 7, paragraph 1, no. 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, heaths and grasslands within the international nature protection areas, not mentioned above, but which is protected pursuant to section 3 of the Act on nature protection. To the extent that these natural habitats adjacent to each other, or is in a mosaic, the size is calculated on the basis of the total area in accordance with the rules laid down in section 3 of the Act on nature protection.

Category 2-nature: The defined ammonia sensitive natural habitats, which is located outside the international nature protection areas, which are covered by section 7, paragraph 1, no. 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. The case of the natural habitat types: raised bogs, lobelia lakes, as well as of greater than 10 hectares, which is governed by § 3 of the law on nature protection, and grasslands greater than 2.5 hectares, which are covered by section 3 of the Act on nature protection.

In calculating whether a heating or a drive is larger than 10 ha and 2.5 ha respectively, are the only type of heat or natural grasslands included. It is thus only, which in itself is larger than 10 ha, and grasslands, which in itself is larger than 2.5 hectares, covered.

3. Ad c. the maximum merdeposition of other ammonia-sensitive natural areas, after case, see. section 27 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of stockfarming Category 3-scenery: Ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are not covered by the above category 1 or category 2-nature.


For ammonia-sensitive natural habitats, which are not covered by the above category 1 or category 2-nature, the municipality carry out a concrete assessment of whether it is necessary to establish requirements. The municipality shall specifically assess the following protected, ammonia-sensitive natural habitats outside the international nature protection areas, which are not covered by section 7 (1) (8). 1 and 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming:, marshes and grasslands that is protected pursuant to section 3 of the Act on nature protection. The municipality must also specifically assess ammonia sensitive forests, which are located outside the international nature protection areas.

Forest is defined as land that is larger than ½ ha and more than 20 meters wide, and which is overgrown with trees, which form or within a reasonable period of time will form a closed forest of control trees, see. definition of forest in the Act on forests.

A forest is referred to as ammonia-sensitive when: 1) there have been forest on the land for a long time (in the order of magnitude more than about 200 years), so there is talk about old ' forest jordbund ',



2) forest has grown ahead of itself on a nature area, e.g. former heathland, bog or grasslands so that the soil has not been cultivated field within a period equal to the period of old ' jordbund ' (i.e. forest. in order of magnitude more than about 200 years), or



3) there in the forest is the presence of natural forest indicating or old's species that are included on the list of species used in the prioritization of wilder and particularly valuable forests covered by section 25 of the Act on forests.

At the concrete assessment of whether, in the case of special regional or local natural interests, and for the assessment of whether there should be required to the maximum N-merdeposition on natural areas within the scope of category 3-scenery, the municipality involve all of the following four criteria: 1) the current nature area status in the municipality plan, including in particular whether the current ammonia sensitive natural area is covered by the municipality plan designation of special valuable natural areas , recreation areas and/or valuable cultural environment as well as the municipality of plan's guidelines for the conduct of nature conservation interests, leisure interests and the cultural and historical interests,



2) about the current scope is covered by conservation, action plan for landscaping or other planned natural efforts



3) the current natural area's natural quality and



4) nitrogen contribution to the area from other sources (e.g. mark contributions), including with regard to forests on the fertilizing the fields.

The criteria involved in order that the Municipal Council of natural spaces with special regional and local natural interests alone calls for a maximum of N-merdeposition, if the area covered by one of the above designations in the municipality plan, covered by conservation, action plan for landscaping or other planned natural action and/or have a high natural quality, as well as the ammonia contributed from livestock farming is not completely insignificant in relation to the impact of nutrients , regions receive from other sources.

The municipality must, in his explanatory statement, to provide more stringent requirements for an ammonia sensitive natural habitat type within the scope of category 3 to account for Habitat's status in relation to the above 4 criteria.

4. Requirements to the ammoniakdepositionen for the different types of sensitive nature, as referred to in ammonia. category 1, category 2 and category 3-scenery

Table 3. Requirements for ammoniakdepositionen in the different areas. With ' totaldeposition ' meant ammoniakdepositionen from the barn and storage from all livestock farming (both from the candidate and the existing operation), while that with» merdeposition «is believed the change in ammoniakdepositionen from stock farming installations (barn and storage) as a result of the product applied for.







 







Natural habitats









Set the protection level









Category 1. § 7 paragraph 1, nr. 1 of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock;





Max. totaldeposition depending on the number of livestock in the vicinity *):

0.2 kg N/ha/yr at > 1 livestock

0.4 kg N/ha/year by 1 livestock

0.7 kg N/ha at 0 livestock.







Category 2. § 7 paragraph 1, nr. 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock;





Max. totaldeposition on 1.0 kg N/ha per year.







Category 3. Moors, marshes and grasslands, which is protected by section 3 of the law on nature protection, and ammonia-sensitive forests.





The municipality assesses whether it is necessary to establish specific conditions about max. merdeposition, and what the necessary requirements to the max. the deposition must be. The claim, however, must not be less than the max. merdeposition on 1.0 kg N/ha per year.







*





The number of livestock in addition to the signs applied for are stated in the following way (the cascade model):

number of livestock over the 200 meters within + 15

number of livestock over 45 the within 200-300 meters +

number of livestock over 75 the within 300-500 meters +

number of livestock over the 150 within 500-1000 metres +

number of livestock over the 500, which affects with more than 0.3 kg N/ha in addition to the 1000 meters.

In relation to the limits laid down in the model specified in number of the cumulation to fur animals and chickens be included so that the number of the fur on the respective use shall be increased by a factor of five and the number of chickens kept at the farms to be increased by a factor of 3.

The distance shall be measured in relation to the most critical natural point, in accordance with the defined level of protection in the ammonia-sensitive natural habitats in Natura 2000 area. The most critical natural point will typically be the edge of nature area closest to the main barn facility, since ammonia load here likely to be highest. However, there may be cases in which the impact of other livestock because of the above, the cumulation rule ensures that the most critical natural point is located elsewhere, including within the natural area.





 

 









Calculation of ammoniakdepositionen based on ammonia emissions in applied operation including the instruments, which are carried out. By environmental assessment of permits under section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock must in no. 2 and 3 specified calculation basis and the level of protection, including the requirements in table 3 may be used only in cases where one or more installations are located closer than 300 meters from the natural habitats within the scope of category 1, 2 or 3. Calculation of ammonia dispersion and disposal must be carried out with distribution and marketing models prepared by the National Environmental Research Institute (standard marketing curves based on APRIL-DEP model). It should be noted that at a distance of 10 meters from the barn or manure plants for natural sites in category 1 and 2 is a prohibited zone where there should be the establishment, extension or alteration.

For category 3-natural merdepositionen is calculated on the basis of calculations of emissions in the before-and after-the situation and based on the same normtal as the General ammonia requirements. However, calculated before-the situation on the basis of previous project adjustments in connection with EIA screenings or of previous environmental approvals are utilized, if available. In all cases, a change in the share of udegående animals in the existing livestock production, however, not be included in a calculation of merdepositionen.

It should be noted that merdepositionen of the basic regulation. Article 26, paragraph 2, of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock must be calculated on the basis of all start-ups, expansions or changes made since 1. January 2007, however, top an eight-year period.

5. Exceptions to the protection level

The requirements in table 3 may be exceeded in the following cases and in the following manner: 1) If the existing production (now-operation) leads to a totaldeposition in relation to category 1-or 2-nature, which is at least 100% higher than totaldepositionskravet, who at the time of approval, a requirement that ammoniakdepositionen shall be reduced by a minimum of half of the deposition that exceeds the requirements of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock; However, at a minimum, a reduction equivalent to the requirements of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming. The remaining reduction of ammoniakdepositionen must be ensured after 8 years. Requirements of the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock on totaldeposition with ammonia on vulnerable natural areas must be fulfilled no later than eight years after the approval is granted. Where livestock farming is applying for authorisation extensions or changes within the course of 8 years, will the full depositionskrav might be fulfilled in connection with that application. The above totaldepostionskrav does not affect the rule in section 40 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock on the reassessment and including reassessment within legal protection period.




2) By a reassessment, where livestock farming has not made changes or extensions, approvable livestock farming must meet a requirement that is based on best available techniques (BAT-requirement) for the type of livestock at the time of the review, even if this requirement is different from totaldepositionskravet for that type of Habitat (category 1, category 2-nature, respectively). As for approvals will BAT-the requirement could lead to requirements for totaldeposition can be sharpened in relation to the totaldepositionskravet defined in the Ordinance. This is in harmony with the common practice by reassessments, which, among other things. conditions on BAT involved in respect for the General principles of administrative law, including the principle of proportionality. Regardless of the level of totaldepositionskravet would have to be met will BAT for a period to be determined specifically by the reassessment of the individual case.



3) Both in the context of authorisation, approval and reassessment, nitrogen removal by grazing in the level of protection, so that the requirements for category 1-nature is changed to 0.3, respectively 0.5 and 1.0 kg N/ha instead of 0.2, 0.4 and 0.7 kg N/ha, if livestock farming with a view on the nature of the affected natural care, making grazing or a combination of grazing and when deemed NET to remove nitrogen from the natural area. It is a requirement that the afgræssende animals are part of that livestock farming.



4 Certain structural changes of livestock), stemming from the statutory requirements for animal welfare, may exceed the limits of totaldeposition of ammonia under respect of the obligations under the habitats directive. New regulatory requirements for animal welfare does not allow for exceeding the limits of totaldeposition by greater alterations than necessary. The structural changes of the conditions specified is bounded in the review mechanism in section 30, relating to changes in the interests of animal welfare. The limits of totaldeposition can be exceeded, regardless of that notification shall be rejected and the case continued as a permit or approval in accordance with sections 10, 11 or 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry, where the extension or amendment be limited to it for compliance with the animal welfare requirements necessary.

B. protection of odor

Calculated a necessary nuisance distance out from both the environmental protection agency's odor model and after FMK model (Indicative guidelines for the assessment of odor and limitation of genes from the stables, FMK, 2nd Edition, May 2002). There is in both models established emission factors for various animal groups, a standardized distribution model and gene criteria corresponding to various regions smell sensitivity. According to both the FMK-model and the environmental protection agency's odor model may be through the use of environmental technology, which has a documented effect on smell mission, carried out an adjustment of odors the mission. There can also be adjusted for emissions from udegående animals, who do not have access to shed installations in the summer season. Apart from the mentioned information can be calculated using an uncorrected gene distance after the two models.

Environmental Protection Agency's odor model can be modified in the light of new knowledge, and the standardized distribution model may, in accordance with the applicant's desire in General will be replaced by a concrete distribution calculation with APRIL-model (prepared by the University of Aarhus, Denmark). An alternative specific dispersion calculation can only be made in relation to FMK model at very differing ventilation conditions compared to regular practice.

If not made a concrete distribution calculation, the unadjusted gene distance after the standardized distribution curves in the environmental protection agency's odor model corrected relative frequent wind direction as well as other livestock in the vicinity in the following two ways: 1) Gene distance must be reduced by 5% in relation to category A, 10% in relation to category B and 20% in relation to category (C), as defined in table 4 If the shed is located to the North of the omboende section in the range 300 ° to 60 °.



2) Gene to increase the distance by 10% if there are stable installations with more than 75 animal units on other livestock closer than 300 meters from the areas and settlements in category (A) and (B) or 100 meters from homes in category C as defined in table 4. There are two or more plants shall increase by 20% the distance gene.

Gene distance shall be determined in each case in the light of the longest distance calculated according to the environmental protection agency's odor generation model and FMK model. Gene distance shall not exceed the weighted average distance between omboende and shed installations in relation to all three categories in table 4 for all combinations of the counting shed section. The weighted average distance is the average distance between barn section and omboende, where the distance between barn section and omboende are weighted in proportion to smell the mission from the barn section.

It should be noted that the established criteria in the environmental protection agency's odor generation model is only applicable in relation to start-ups, expansions and changes.

The calculation of the distance according to the environmental protection agency's odor generation model should be based on the following criteria: generations

Table 4. To be used the following criteria for odour nuisance through the establishment, expansion or modification of livestock farms listed as 99% percentile, with a midlingstid of 1 hour.







 





Category





Indicative

Gene level







A. Existing or, according to the municipality of rammedel, future urban plan-or cottage area





5 OUE/m3 b. Overall settlement in rural zone or area in the rural zone of the local plan is zoned for residential purposes, mixed residential and business or for the purposes of public authorities for the purpose of residential institutions, recreational purposes and the like.





7 OUE/m3 c. Establishment, expansion or modification by single dwellings





15 OUE/m3 of the first category to be gene criterion is complied with in relation to the whole region and not only to the residential buildings, which can be found in the area.

In relation to the overall settlement must gene criterion on 7 OUE/m3 are complied with in relation to the residential buildings, which could trigger the total settlement. I.e. the residential buildings, which within a distance of 200 meters is more than 6 other residential buildings on each its total real estate. Residential buildings on properties with agricultural duty after agricultural law rules as well as residential buildings, owned by the operator, shall not be taken into account. On the other hand, it may well be that some of these 6 other properties that are part of an overall settlement, not with itself as the Center can provide an overall settlement. These will not be covered by this criterion on gene 7 OUE/m3.

In relation to individual homes must be complied with in relation to the criterion of the gene itself, the neighbouring tenement and not to URf.eks. the garden. As for overall development included residential buildings on properties with agricultural duty after agricultural law rules as well as residential buildings, owned by the operator, not.

If the calculated generation distance is greater than the factual distance must be refused. In a few cases, there may be notified to the approval, URf.eks. If the applied for livestock production result in unchanged or fewer odors than the existing production, while the distance to omboende is longer than 50% of the calculated gene distance.

It should be noted that when the environmental impact assessment of permits under section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock use the same calculation basis in relation to odour nuisance, as in the approvals under section 11 and section 12 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

C. the protection level for phosphorus surplus

The requirement for phosphorus surplus will depend on soil type, drainage and fosfortal. It calls for phosphorus surplus drained clay soils and lavbunds areas, including drained and grøftede sandy soils, which drains to the Natura 2000 areas, water that is overloaded with phosphorus.

If after the implementation of the establishment, expansion or change can be documented phosphorus balance for livestock farming, there are no requirements with respect to phosphorus irrespective of the holding fosfortal.

In other cases, made the following requirements for phosphorus surpluses on the farm. It must be emphasised, however, that for all 4 groups, it only includes the areas of application in peri-urban areas for the Natura 2000 areas that are overloaded with phosphorus. Please refer to the map material, of which these peri-urban areas is apparent: – in respect of areas drained clay soils with a fosfortal under Pt 4.0 made no demands. Phosphorus surplus, however, must not be greater than the harmony rules allow for on that particular animal husbandry (Phosphorus class 0).



– In respect of areas drained clay soils where phosphorus figure is between Pt 4.0-6.0, a requirement that phosphorus surplus must be increased with a maximum 4 kg P/ha/year. Phosphorus surplus, however, must not be greater than the harmony rules allow for on that livestock farming, and the requirement for phosphorus surplus will always be fulfilled if phosphorus surplus does not exceed 4 kg P/ha/year in after-situation (Phosphorus class 1).




– On lavbunds areas requiring a maximum phosphorus surplus of 2 kg P/ha/year. With lavbunds areas is believed low areas in relation to the recipient, with a permanent high level ground water, which is drained by drainage or ditching retail. Areas are however not covered by the requirement, if the applicant can demonstrate by soil analysis, to iron-phosphorus ratio (FeBD: PBD-molforholdet) is over 20. Soil analyses relating to the Fe/P ratio must be taken by an independent body. (Phosphorus class 2).



– In respect of areas drained clay soils, where the figure is over Pt 6.0 phosphorus requirement phosphorus balance (Phosphorus class 3).

Phosphorus balance is calculated as the difference between total phosphorus supply and fosforfraførslen on farm land.

In both nudrift and Fosforfraførslen should be applied to the operation is calculated from fosforfraførslen from crops by the selected standard crop rotation on the entire applied area (area in applied operation).

Phosphorus flow shall be calculated by applying the latest normtal for phosphor prepared by Aarhus University in such a way that applications submitted in the period 1. October 20xx – 30. September 20yy must apply standards for year 20xx.

Phosphorus supply is calculated in nudrift as phosphorus ab stock from livestock production in nudrift as well as the net flow to the holding (calculated from the average for injections and fraførsler the last 5 years) from other holdings. Where livestock production is expanded in the last 5 years, the average for the period since the last enlargement.

Application of animal manure (incl. transfer agreements) on new land, which is not used in the farm's delivery areas in nudrift, may not be included in the calculation of phosphorus supply in nudrift.

Excluded are, however, cases where the new land include an entire holding, so that there is information about transfer agreements for that purpose.

Added phosphorus with different organic fertilizer than manure may not be included in the calculation of phosphorus supply in nudrift. In applied operation calculated phosphorus flow out from the supply of manure and other organic fertilizer than livestock manure at the farm.

Added phosphorus in manure are calculated from normtal and is calculated from the amount of manure produced on the holding +/-input and ceased to be covered by animal manure to and from other holdings. If there is sufficient evidence for a lower phosphorus content in livestock manure by optimal feeding normtal can be corrected on the basis of the current correction formulas published by Aarhus University. There must then be treated in terms of adequate documentation.

Ceased to be covered by phosphor with crops is calculated from the selected standard crop rotation on application areas. Used normtal for fosforfraførslen no matter yield level.

It should be noted that when the environmental impact assessment of permits under section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock to the calculation of the maximum phosphorus surplus based on the same model as shown above, but in the calculation of the maximum phosphorus surplus must be taken into account only for the part of the model, which include phosphorus class 2 and 3.

D. Protection level for nitrate

The protection level for nitrates is composed of two elements: a) the level of protection in relation to surface water



(b)) the level of protection in relation to groundwater 1. Ad. a. the level of protection in relation to surface water

The protection of waters against nitrate load in relation to surface water focuses on the peri-urban areas, which drains to the most vulnerable of the Natura 2000 areas. For agricultural land drains of such water areas, requiring a lower pressure of livestock per hectare than the General harmony rules allows.

Table 5. Requirements for the reinforcement of the General rules relating to the maximum amount of livestock manure which may be applied per hectare specified as the number of animal units/ha (harmony rules) through the establishment, expansion and change in peri-urban areas to vulnerable Natura 2000 areas.







 



 



Much nitrogen vulnerable





Less nitrogen vulnerable





Other areas







Reduction potential in% from the root zone to the water body.



 

 

 





0-50





50% of the General rules

(Nitrate of class 3)





85% of the General rules

(Nitrate class 1)





General rules







51-75





65% of the General rules

(Nitrate class 2)





General rules





General rules







76-100





General rules





General rules





General rules





 

 

 

 









There is prepared a map material, where it is clear which basins, which are classified as class 1, 2 and 3 nitrate.

It should be noted that when the environmental impact assessment of permits under section 10 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock to peri-urban areas to less vulnerable areas just follow general rules regardless of the reduction potential, thus the higher harmonikrav therefore are calculated only for peri-urban areas in highly vulnerable areas IE. nitrate class 2 and 3. In addition, the same calculation model is used and thus also the same requirements for tightening of the General rules relating to harmonikrav.

It will be possible for the applicant to have a higher pressure than the livestock in table 4, if implemented instruments in such a way that nitrate leaching is reduced for at least the same extent as if the higher harmonikrav was observed. The following tools can be used: – an increased number of crops in addition to the General requirements



– A requirement for reduced nitrogen standard



– A requirement for modified standard crop rotation



– A requirement for disposal of animal manure by burning, placing on the market for biogas plants or similar.

Leaching the calculations shall be carried out by application of leaching models prepared by the Danish Institute of agricultural sciences (Farm-N).

2. Ad. b. the level of protection in relation to groundwater

Nitrate sensitive reclamation areas.

Status of planning for the nitrate-vulnerable districts, see. environmental goal § 8A, is part of the rationale for the permits and approvals in accordance with the law on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming.

Status of planning for the nitrate sensitive areas affecting the holding's land reclamation should be investigated.

For areas designated as nitrate-sensitive reclamation area, can be the subject of the following 3 situations in this planning:

Situation 1:

Made zoning (State mapping) of the area and prepared an action plan for the area.

Situation 2:

There is neither made zoning (State mapping) of the area or produced an action plan for the area.

Situation 3:

Made zoning (State mapping) of the area, but not prepared an action plan for the area.

Ad scenario 1:

Consent or authorisation shall at least lay down conditions that there should be an increased burden, IE. greater leaching of nitrate from the root zone, where leaching from the root zone exceeds 50 mg of nitrate per litre in the following situation.

There is made a zoning (State mapping) of the nitrate sensitive reclamation area and drafted an action plan for the area, consent or authorisation set conditions, so this lives up to the action plan, are available.

However, there may be conditions that are more stringent than a nitrate leaching, which corresponds to the leaching from a crop use with a standard crop rotation. There may, however, be made conditions on a maximum leaching of nitrate equivalent to class 3, see. paragraph (D), nr. 1, provided that this is at a lower level than the level of leaching in annex 4, nr. 2, paragraph (C).

The ad situation 2:

Is there not made a zoning (State mapping) of the nitrate sensitive reclamation area and not drafted an action plan for the area, consent or authorisation shall lay down conditions that there should be an increased burden, IE. greater leaching of nitrate from the root zone, where leaching from the root zone exceeds 50 mg of nitrate per litre in the following situation. Leaching from the root zone does not exceed 50 milligrams of nitrate per litre in the situation, there may be additional burden created in relation to the existing approval or permission, but only up to a level of 50 mg of nitrate per litre.

The ad situation 3:

Consent or authorisation shall at least lay down conditions that there should be an increased burden, IE. greater leaching of nitrate from the root zone, where leaching from the root zone exceeds 50 mg of nitrate per litre in the following situation.


There is made a zoning (State mapping) of the nitrate sensitive reclamation area, but not drafted an action plan for the area, it must be assessed specifically whether to be treated in the same terms for the sake of groundwater protection, see. Annex 4, nr. 3.

There is made a zoning (State mapping) of the nitrate sensitive reclamation area, can not be fixed terms that are more stringent than a nitrate leaching, which corresponds to the leaching from a crop use with a standard crop rotation. There may, however, be made conditions on a maximum leaching of nitrate equivalent to class 3, see. paragraph (D), nr. 1, provided that this is at a lower level than the level of leaching in annex 4, nr. 2, paragraph (C).

The ad situation 1-3:

In the calculation of merbelastningen must both before-and after-the situation is calculated from all areas including holding a applied extension of application area. The calculation is thus exclusively an expression of the consequences of the establishment, expansion or modification of livestock team, where the use of new land is assumed. Infused with other organic fertilizer nitrogen than manure may not be included in the calculation of the nitrogen flow in nudrift. In applied operation included nitrogen from manure and other organic fertilizer input than livestock manure at the farm.

Leaching the calculations shall be carried out by application of the method as stated above in this annex under point (D), nr. 1 (Farm-N).



Annex 4 criteria for the setting of stricter conditions, see. section 13, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. section 27 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock;

By setting stricter terms, see. section 13, paragraph 2, shall apply the following criteria for Municipal Council respectively phosphorus surplus and nitrate:

1. criteria for phosphorus surplus

Assesses Municipal Council, that there must be conditions that go beyond the level of protection of phosphorus surplus, as specified in annex 3, used one of the following criteria: a. At other drained clay soils with lower fosfortal than provided in the corresponding phosphorus classes, see. Annex 3, located in peri-urban areas for the Natura 2000 areas, water overloaded with phosphorus, made conditions on maximum phosphorus surplus.

B. non-drained clay soils shall be made on the terms dependent on phosphorous levels, similar to the rules for drained clay soils, located in peri-urban areas for the Natura 2000 areas of water overloaded with phosphorus.

C. in peri-urban areas to less vulnerable Natura 2000 areas of water made conditions similar to the conditions of the peri-urban areas for the Natura 2000 area water overloaded with phosphorus and subject to requirements under phosphorus class 1, 2 or 3.

The Municipal Council must calculate phosphorus surplus and increase of phosphorus surplus in accordance with the same guidelines as in connection with the protection level for phosphorus surpluses specified in annex 3.

2. Criteria for nitrates into surface waters

Assesses Municipal Council, that it is necessary to establish conditions which go beyond the level of protection of nitrate to the surface waters, as specified in annex 3, shall apply the following criteria: a. in peri-urban areas for the Natura 2000 areas subject to water nitrate class 1, see. Annex 3, made conditions similar to nitrate class 3.

B. in peri-urban areas for the Natura 2000 areas, water classified as less vulnerable with a reduction potential of nitrogen on 51-75% of the basic regulation. Annex 3, made conditions similar to nitrate class 2.

C. in peri-urban areas, where the total animal husbandry has risen since 2007 and the recipient is overloaded with nitrates, which made conditions on a maximum corresponding to a leaching plant use, IE. a standard crop rotation, using only fertilised with mineral fertilizers (fertilisers). The environmental protection agency publishes data about the development of animal team at the basin level to be used for the administration of this provision.

It is possible for the applicant to have a higher animal print, if implemented instruments, so nitrate leaching can be reduced for at least the same extent as if the higher harmonikrav was observed. The instruments that can be used, similar to the instruments listed in paragraph 1 of annex 3 of the level of protection for the nitrate to the surface waters.

Leaching of nitrate to the surface waters of the calculations shall be calculated according to the same guidelines for the level of protection of nitrate to the surface waters, as specified in annex 3.

3. Criteria for nitrates into groundwater

As specified in annex 3, paragraph (D), nr. 2, concerning the level of protection of nitrate in groundwater to the status of planning for the nitrate sensitive areas affecting the holding's land reclamation should be investigated.

If the holding areas including a claimed expansion of application area affect zone prepared (State mapping) nitrate-sensitive reclamation areas which have not been drawn up action plans, should there be a concrete assessment of the ansøgtes load of the area, see. position 3 of annex 3, paragraph (D), nr. 2. Leaching calculations shall be carried out by application of method as specified in annex 3, paragraph (D), nr. 1.

The municipality is not obliged to make separate conditions for reduction of nitrate leaching for areas designated as nitrate-sensitive reclamation areas, but which are found not to be nitrate sensitive zone ring (State mapping). These areas will be deleted from the designation amount for nitrate-vulnerable districts at subsequent revision of this card theme. The municipality may, however, impose conditions in this situation. The terms will, where appropriate, should be made as the prohibition of a burden if leaching from the root zone exceeds 50 mg of nitrate per litre in the following situation. Also in this scenario, the leaching calculations carried out using the method as specified in annex 3, paragraph (D), nr. 1. Annex 5-requirements for digital filing systems, see. § 6

Digital filing systems as referred to in article 6. § 6, desired used for applications under section 11, section 12 and section 16 of the Act on environmental approval etc. of livestock farming, as well as reviews of replacement of application areas, see. This order section 25: a. the digital filing system must be: 1. Marketed in Denmark.



2. Full technical data, content and computationally proven.



B. The transmitted digital application shall include the following information: 1. All of the information required in annex 2.



2. Map annex adj. local environmental and land in XML format.



3. Environmental calculations concerning the plant's ammonia and odour load as well as land nitrate and phosphorus load, demonstrating compliance with the level of protection set out in annex 3.



4. Environmental calculations must be carried out with precisely the methods specified in annex 3.



C. It must be possible, when submitting the application uniquely identifying the sender.

D. system must continuously be updated when changes are made in the guidance on environmental approval etc. of animal husbandry and related interpretations.

E. the system before being placed on the market must be reported to the environmental protection agency for compliance with the requirements referred to above substantiate.



Annex 6 BAT-conclusions and BAT reference documents, see. section 15 (2)

BAT-conclusions of livestock enterprises adopted in accordance with article 75 of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EC on industrial emissions.







 

 

 





BAT-conclusion





Number





Date of publication





 

 

 



 

 

 









BAT reference documents adopted under Directive 2008/1 before the 7. January 2013, see. Article 13, paragraph 7, of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EC on industrial emissions.

Transverse BAT reference documents Emissions from storage







Energy efficiency







General monitoring principles







Industrial cooling systems







Waste water and air purification and related management systems







Economic aspects and cross-cutting environmental impacts





 









BAT reference documents for livestock Intensive poultry and pig production









Official notes


1) Ordinance contains provisions implementing parts of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 92/EU of 13 2011. December 2011 on the assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment, the official journal of the European Union impact 2012, nr. L 26, page 1, parts of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EU of 24. November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control), the official journal of the European Union 2010, nr. L 334, page 17, parts of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2009/147/EC of 30. November 2009 on the conservation of wild birds (birds directive), the official journal of the European Union 2010, nr. L 20, page 7, parts of Council Directive 92/43/EEC of 21 December 1988. May 1992 on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and Flora (the habitats directive), the official journal of the European communities, 1992, nr. L 206, p. 7, as amended most recently by Council Directive 2006/105/EC of 20. November 2006, the official journal of the European Union 2006, nr. L 363, page 368, and parts of Council Directive 91/676/EEC of 12. December 1991 concerning the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources, the official journal of the European communities, 1991, nr. L 375, page 1, as amended most recently by the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1137/2008 of 22. October 2008, the official journal of the European Union 2008, nr. L 311, page 1.

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