Regulation Of The Council Of State And Institutions In The Use Of Organic Solvents In The Air On The Limitation Of Emissions Of Water Body

Original Language Title: Valtioneuvoston asetus eräiden orgaanisia liuottimia käyttävien toimintojen ja laitosten ilmaan johdettavien päästöjen rajoittamisesta

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In accordance with the decision of the Council of State provides for the protection of the environment, pursuant to the Act (527/2014): section 1 (29.10.2015/1288), the scope of this Regulation shall apply to the protection of the Environment Act (527/2014) in the table in annex 1, paragraph 1, points (a) and (6) of the table in paragraph 6, subparagraphs 2 (a) and (b) the authorization referred to in paragraphs 4 to 6 of annex 2 relating to the use of organic solvents referred to in installations in which the solvents consumed more than 1 action in relation to the table in the annex to this regulation.
The regulation does not apply to organic solvents used for solvent-using activities, which respond to the process.

section 2 Definitions for the purposes of this Regulation: 1) to the installation shall mean a stationary technical unit where one or more of the activities referred to in annex 1, as well as other closely related activities which have a technical connection with the activities linked to the same place, and that can have an effect on emissions;
2) existing plant has been in operation on 29 March 1999, the institution or body which has been authorised or which has been registered before April 1, 2001, or the institution, the environmental permit application has been drawn you before 1 April 2001 and that is put into operation no later than 1 April 2002;
3 a discharge of gas from the gas) removal, which contains volatile organic compounds or other pollutants into the air from a stack or abatement equipment;
4 emissions released to the environment), hajapäästöillä Windows, doors, vents and similar openings, and that are not solvent emissions arising from the use, destruction or removal of gas treatment recovered photos taken with organic solvents, or organic compounds, the processing of the waste water in organic solvents, or taken from the destruction of the purpose of exploring for or extracting organic compounds, solvents contained in collected waste and reuse the recovered photos taken with solvents;
5) total kokonaispäästöllä removal gas emissions and fugitive emissions;
6) emission limit value calculated in the standard conditions of volatile organic compounds due to the emission of one or more of which does not exceed the concentration, expressed as a percentage or the amount of emissions;
7) with a mixture of a mixture or a solution of two or more substances;
8) volatile organic compound organic compound, that the steam pressure at a temperature of 293.15 Kelvin's is at least 0.01 in kilo-pascals; or that there is a corresponding volatility under the particular conditions of use, as well as the part of the excess steam pressure of creosote above the set value, the temperature of 293.15 Kelvin's;
9) organic solvent solvent that is used alone or in combination with other agents: (a)) of the raw materials, products or waste materials to dissolve;
(b)) as a cleaning;
(c)) as a solvent;
(d)) shall mean any VOC;
(e)), or as a viscosity adjuster;
(f)), or as a surface tension adjuster;
(g)), or as a plasticiser;
(h)) as a preservative;
10) cleaning solvent used for equipment cleaning solvent;
11) coating and paint to organic solvents on the surface of the mixture that contains, which is used to provide a decorative, protective or other functional effect on a;
a mixture of organic solvents containing 12) with an adhesive, which is used to combine the separate parts of a product;
13) a mixture of organic solvents, ink used in printing operations to impress text or images on surfaces;
14) varnish of transparent coating;
15) consumption of organic solvents and cleaning solvents for one calendar year, or the total amount of the rest of the 12-month period, with the exception of the organic solvents that are recovered for use again;
the use of, or the number of the process referred to in article 16) in each activity of organic solvent and the quantity of organic solvents contained in mixtures of used including the body from the inside or from the outside to come in and every time when using solvents to count;
17) due to the use of organic solvents the use of organic solvents recovered from an installation of the reuse of technical or commercial purposes or for use as fuel, disposal of solvents is not recovered;
18) managed conditions are situations where the plant and are released into the volatile organic compounds are collected centrally and will be removed from the outside air, either via a stack or abatement equipment and are cleaned do not, therefore, not a fugitive;
19) start-up and shut-down operations for any purpose other than the operation of regular fluctuations in production-related activities, the launch of the tank or unit or detention or by placing the start or the stop mode.

section 3 of the emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1, the activities and installations the emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the off-gases in the air do not exceed the limit values specified in annex 1, in milligrams, determined as a percentage of the total organic carbon and organic normaalikuutiometrissä fugitive emissions total emissions from solvents used or configured the product per unit or as a percentage of the used solvents.
The emission limit value of the off-gases and the fugitive emission limit value, the total emission limit value set out in annex 1 may be used.
Luvanvaraisessa in action and may be defined as set out in annex 1 of the institution fails to comply with the limit value for fugitive emissions, activity, if compliance with the limit value is not technically and economically feasible. In this case, the operator must demonstrate to the authority that the operation and the facility shall apply.
Luvanvaraisessa in action and the establishment of the table in annex 1 may be referred to in the painting, the non-compliance 5a gas emission limit value and the limit value for fugitive emissions, if painting can not be done under controlled conditions. In this case, must comply with the emission reduction program. If the use of the reduction scheme is not technically and economically feasible, the operator must demonstrate to the authority that the operation and the facility shall apply.

section 4 of the limitation of pollutant emissions during start-up and shut-down operations referred to in article 1 of the Above activities and institutions shall take all appropriate precautions to minimise emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the start-up and shut-down operations.

a material change in the existing section 5 of the facility If the facility becomes essentially a result of a substantial change, or if the institution shall be subject to regulation for the first time, the part of the substantial change shall be regarded as a new institution.
There, the maximum amount of organic solvents used in the average daily change is seen as an essential, if the institution works as intended and under normal circumstances, with the exception of start, stop, as well as hardware maintenance and: 1) to the institution, the annex 1, tables 1, 2, 5a, 5b, 5 c, 11 and 12 in the operations referred to in the tables of the lowest of the amounts used in solvents, or body, of the measures referred to in annex 1, other activities are used in solvents for less than 10 tonnes per year per manufacturer or , to increase its emissions of volatile organic compounds of more than 25%;
2), as the institution referred to in paragraph 1, the increase in emissions of volatile organic compounds of more than 10%.

section 6 of the emission reduction program in section 3, the emission limit values laid down in rather than the operator can draw up a laitoskohtaisen in the emission reduction program, which it is to be complied with. In this case, the emission is reduced to at least as much, as if in the making or operation of the facility comply with the provided for in paragraph 3 of the emission limit values.
Emission reduction program must meet the requirements of annex 2, or it is the way to reduce emissions by the same amount.
The existing programme for the reduction of the emission of the institution must be in accordance with the emission target value referred to in no later than one year after the adoption of the environmental permit has been issued or registered with the environmental protection information system.
Emission reduction program must be submitted when applying for a permit or for the environment at the time of registration.
The operator shall comply with those laid down in articles 7 and 8 of the emission limit values, despite the fact that it comply with the emission reduction program.

section 7: replacement of certain hazardous substances and emissions limit values for substances and mixtures which, because of a volatile orgaanistenyhdisteiden classification, labelling and packaging, as well as directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EC) no 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 1272/2008 according to the classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction and which are assigned or need to carry the hazard statements H340, H350, H350i, H360D or H360F shall be replaced by less harmful substances or mixtures as soon as possible.
In the manner specified in subparagraph (1) above, the manner of emissions shall not be less than 2 mg/kg of normaalikuutiometrissä, where the mass flow of the sum of these compounds, at least 10 grams per hour.

section 8 Certain halogenated volatile organic compounds emission limit value of the risk phrase H341 or H351 of emissions resulting from the use of halogenated volatile organic compounds may be up to 20 milligrams of normaalikuutiometrissä, where the mass flow of the sum of these compounds, at least 100 grams per hour.

section 9 of the application of the emission limit values in an institution more activities
The plant, which is being conducted in two or more of the activities referred to in annex 1, Appendix 1 of the tables can be used to apply the emission limit values for each activity separately.
The plant can also be applied to kokonaispäästörajaa, which shall not exceed the emission, which is the sum of the annual emissions of each of the activities, assuming that each of the activities are subject to the requirements of section 3, subsection 1.
The institution, which carries out the operations provided for in annex 1 to the two or more, which is used in section 7 and 8 of the said substances and mixtures shall comply with section 7 and 8 of the emission limit values laid down for each activity separately.

the monitoring of emissions of luvanvaraisissa plants, section 10 of the operator shall be monitored continuously emissions if the facility after the emission of volatile organic compounds due to the cleaning of the equipment at the final point of discharge is on average more than 10 pounds of organic total organic carbon per hour.
Other than in the circumstances referred to in subparagraph (1), the amount of emissions shall be monitored in the early measurements. Periodical measurements shall include at least three measurement readings for each measurement period.

compliance with the emission limit values, article 11 of the Jatkuvatoimisissa measurements, the emission limit values shall be considered to be complied with if: 1) none of the arithmetic mean, which is derived from a 24-hour period in which the plant or operation is in progress, with the exception of start-up and shut-down periods, as well as hardware maintenance, does not exceed the emission limit values; and 2) none of the hourly values measured do not exceed the emission limit value by more than a factor of 1.5.
In the case of measurements the emission limit values shall be considered to be complied with, if the one during the period of measurement: 1) the average of all the readings does not exceed the emission limit values; and 2) none of the hourly values measured do not exceed the emission limit value by more than a factor of 1.5.
Annex 1, compliance with the emission limit values for exhaust gases shall be reviewed as an organic kokonaishiilenä, unless otherwise provided in annex 1.
Paragraphs 7 and 8 of the compliance with the emission limit values laid down by looking at the sum of the masses of the individual volatile organic compounds.

Subject to article 12 of the transmission of the data on the operator's activities and institutions must provide, on an annual basis by the end of February, the competent control authority of the details of the operation of off-gases, compliance with the emission limit values and fugitive emission limit values, or the total emission limit value in annex 2, in accordance with the values of the program, as well as for the reduction under section 3 of the exemption granted in accordance with paragraph 3 or 4. Information may be included in the emission control plan drawn up in accordance with annex 3.

section 13 of the non-provision of information to the operator's activities and institutions, whose activities are registered with the environmental protection information system, by the end of February of each year, submit to the competent control authority of the details of how the institution has complied with the provisions of this regulation. The report will be used in the operation, information relating to the previous year, from solvents, compliance with the emission limit values of emissions monitoring and reduction, the achievement of the programme's objectives, as well as other relevant information for the purposes of supervision.

Article 14 of the Declaration of the termination of the operation, the operator shall inform the competent control authority of the winding.

Notification of changes in the operation of section 15, the operator shall, without delay, inform the competent control authority of the State of the protection of the environment which is relevant for the monitoring of the operation of the essential changes.

Article 16 entry into force this Regulation shall enter into force on 5 February 2015.
This regulation repeals the use of organic solvents in certain activities and installations on the limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of Government Regulation (435/2001). Of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EC (32010L0075); OJ L 334, on 17 December 2010, p. 17Liite 1 FALL WITHIN the SCOPE of ACTIVITIES and RELATED EMISSION LIMIT values for gas emission limit values shall be calculated at a temperature of 273.15 Kelvin's and at a pressure of 101.3 kilopascals without and is expressed in milligrams of organic total organic carbon (mg C) normaalikuutiometrissä ((n)).
1. for the purposes of the printing and the reproduction of the texts and/or images printed on them, where the ink is transferred onto whatever type of surface use. This includes the varnishing, coating and laminating techniques.
This Regulation shall apply only to the following processes: * Flexography; printing activity in which the weight of the surface of rubber or light on which the printing areas, using liquid inks which dry through evaporation.
* Heatset-rainaoffset-printing; rainapainatustoiminta, where the material to be printed is fed to the machine from a reel and not as separate sheets, and using an image carrier in which the material to be printed and used in the area are in the same plane. Non-printing area is treated water and thus the receiving NCB. The printing area is treated in such a way that it will accept and pass on the ink to the surface. The evaporation of the organic solvent in the ink takes place in an oven where hot air is used to heat the printed material.
* Laminating associated to a Printing process; connecting two or more flexible materials to produce laminates together.
* Publication rotogravure; rotogravure used in magazines, brochures, catalogues or similar products, using toluene-based inks in the printing paper tolueenipohjaisia.
* Rotogravure; printing, with the use of a cylindrical surface, the weight of the painattava area is below the non, and with the use of liquid, using the weight of the colors. Wells filled with colour and the colour of the extra weight before to press the surface to touch the cylinders with colored and raise the ink from the recesses.
* Rotary screen printing; rainapainatustoiminta, where the material to be printed is fed to the machine from a reel and not as separate sheets and with the surface of the ink is pressed through the surface of the porous weight for a commercially printed, in which the printing area is open and the non-printing area is isolated, and with the use of liquid, but using the weight of the colors.
* Polish; action, with the closure of the packaging material for future for Polish or adhesive is applied to a flexible material.
Table 1.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations Heatset-rainaoffsetpainatus (> 15) > 15-25 100 301 1 Solvent residue in the final product shall not be considered as part of fugitive emissions.

> 25 20 301 publication rotogravure (> 25) 25 75 10 15 Other rotogravure, flexography, > rotary screen printing, laminating or varnishing units other (> 15) rotary screen printing on textile and cardboard (> 30) the solvent consumption between 15 and 25 100 25 1 > textiles and Board rotaatioseripainolle.

> 25 100 20 > 301 100 20 2. Surface cleaning of surfaces treatment refers to the operation of chemical washing, except dry cleaning using organic solvents to remove impurities, such as, for example, the fat from the surface of the material or the product, including the fat removal. Cleansing action, consisting of more than one step before any of the other activities, shall be considered as one surface cleaning activity. The gas station is not considered in the operation of car cleaning the surfaces of the meaning of puhdistuksena.
Table 2.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations of surfaces puhdistus1 (> 1) > 1-5 202 15.

1 using the defined in section 7 and 8 of the compounds.

5 202 10 2 limit value refers to the individual > compounds mass mg/m3 (n), and the total number of coal.

Other surface cleaning (> 2) these values are from 2 to 10 > 751 201 1 does not apply to installations that demonstrate the environmental permit authority that the average organic solvent used for cleaning all content not exceeding 30% by weight.

> 10 751 151 3. The original painting of vehicles maalausja vehicles outside the establishment (≤ 15 t/a) for the purposes of production of vehicles outside the plant with industrial or commercial painting or related fat loss functions for the vehicle (1090/2002), or parts thereof, as defined in the cars of the original painting to refinish-type materials, where this is carried out away from the original manufacturing line, and the law defined in the trailers of vehicle painting.
Table 3. (29.10.2015/1288)

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year), the emission limit value of the off-gases (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations for vehicles and vehicle to original painting outside the establishment (≤ 15 t/a) ≤ 15 50 (1) 25 (1) compliance with the emission limit values are assigned, section 11, subsection 2, shall be in accordance with the measurements in the average 15 minutes.

4. Continuous Strip plating
Trailers with a lace coating shall mean any activity where coiled steel, stainless steel, coated steel, copper alloys or aluminium strip is coated with either a film or laminate coating in a continuous process.
Table 4.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations Continuous tape coating (> 25) > 25 501 5 10 1 institutions using techniques for extracting the solvent it is possible, of again the emission limit value shall be 150 mg C/m³ (n) 5. Painting, coating, Lacquering or coating means any activity where one or more layers of paint, varnish or other coating on the surfaces of any of the following: *:-new cars, defined as vehicles of category M1 vehicle law and the new vans, which are defined in the category N1 insofar as they are coated at the same installation as M1 category vehicles – truck cabins, defined as the housing for the status of the vehicle, as defined in the law, and accommodation in the N2 and N3 categories of vehicles for the technical equipment – vans that is, the law defined as vehicles of category N1 vehicles and trucks, which is a vehicle, the law defined as vehicles of categories N2 and N3 registered in their territory, with the exception of the truck cabs – a line of cars, which is a vehicle, the law defined as vehicles of categories M2 and M3.
* Trailers, which is a vehicle, the law defined as vehicles of categories O1, O2, O3 and O4.
* Metallic and plastic surfaces including airplanes, ships, trains, tractors and similar surfaces * * Wood * textile, fabric, foil and paper surfaces * Leather in this action is not part of the song plating metals, which is made by electrophoresis or spraying technique. If the painting or plating at some point in the same paragraph shall be printed in one of the technology, so the printing step is considered part of the function of painting or coating.
Table 5a (solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)) emission limit arvohajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations Other coating, including metal, plastic, tekstiilien5, foil and paper coating or painting (> 5) from 5 to 15 1001.4 > 254 1 emission limit value shall be applied in the circumstances of the resin for coating applications and drying the Hall.

752,3 > 15 50/, the first emission limit value applies to 4 204 2 drying processes, the second for rolls.

3 Textile coating installations which use techniques for the reuse of solvents, which recovered it is possible to apply for and drying processes, the emission limit value is a total of 150 mg C/m³ (n) 4 Painting, which cannot be done under controlled conditions (such as ship building, in the manufacture of the aircraft) can be a failure to comply with these values, in accordance with paragraph 4 of article 3.

rotary screen printing of textiles is part 5 of the activities referred to in paragraph 1.

Table 5b (solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations to wood surfaces of the painting (> 15) the emission limit from 15 to 25 > 1001 25 1-value is applied to the circumstances of the painting in the Hall of the drying process.

the first 25 to 50/752, 20 2 > value applies to drying, a second painting.

Table 5 c (solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations for leather finishing (> 10) > 10-25 85 g/m2 of the emission limit values are expressed in terms of grams of solvent emitted per square metre of product manufactured.

> 25 75 g/m2 1 Complete leather, which is used for the furnishings and the individual consumer items, leather products, such as bags, wallets, seats, etc.

> 101 150 g/m2 in the VEHICLE COATING INDUSTRY the total emission limit value-values are expressed in grams of solvent emitted in relation to the surface area of product in square metres and in kilograms in relation to the car body.
All products set out in the table below the areas shall be defined as follows: – the surface area calculated from the total electrophoretic coating the surface area of any parts that might be added to with the successive phases of the coating process which are coated with the same coatings as those used for the product, or the total surface area of the product coated in the installation.
The surface of the electrophoretic coating area shall be calculated using the following formula: 2 × total weight of product shell average thickness of metal sheet _______________________________________________ x density of metal sheet this method shall also apply to the other coated parts.
Computer aided design (CAD) or similar other methods are used in the calculation of the increase in other parts of the surface or the total surface area coated in the area.
The value of the total emission limit value in the table below refers to all process stages carried out at the same plant in elektroforeesitekniikasta, or any other painting process, from the end of the wax and the solvent used in cleaning of process equipment, as well as spray booths and other fixed structures, as well as during and outside of production. The total emission limit value is expressed as the sum of the value of the total surface area of the product coated in the installation of the masses of organic compounds per car body as well as the amount of the fee.
Table 5 d (solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of production number of (the year of production of the product coated in the installation refers to) the values for total emission limit value-new installations existing installations of the new car painting (> 15) > 5 0000 45 g/m2 or 1.3 kg/body + 33 g/m2, 60 g/m2 or 1.9 kg/body + 41 g/m2 ≤ 5 000 3 500 itsekantavaa > built the structure or 90 g/m2 or 1.5 kg/body + 70 g/m2 or 90 g/m2 or 1.5 kg/body + 70 g/m2 of new truck cabs painting (> 15)
≤ 5 0000 65 85 > 5 0000 55 75 new vans and trucks-cars painting (> 15) ≤ 2 500 90 120 > 2 500 70 90 New bus painting (> 15) ≤ 2 0000 210 290 > 2 0000 150 225 as well as in the, where the painted table 5 d defined and which solvents are consumed less than 5 (d) of this annex, shall comply with the said consumption of 3 vehicles, painting and painting outside the establishment (≤ 15 t/a).
6. for the purposes of metallic conductors used for winding the thread lakkauksella Thread painting, engines and other similar metal conductors used for coating, as referred to in käämeissä.
Table 6.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations Wire Nail-Polish (> 5) > 5 10 g/1 shall apply to any establishment where wire pounds1 average diameter is ≤ 0.1 mm.

5 g/kg2 2 applies to all the other institutions.

7. Dry cleaning Chemical washing "means any industrial or commercial activity, with clothing, furniture, or in the case referred to in the establishment of consumer goods responsible for the clean-up of volatile organic compounds, with the exception of the manual removal of stains and spots in the textile and clothing industry.
Table 7.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value of the emissions of the diffuser (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations for the dry cleaning of 20 g/pounds1, 2 1 expressed in the vacancy of the solvent in the mass of refined product.

2. for the purposes of section 8, the emission limit value laid down does not apply to this sector.

8. for the purposes of the preservation of timber impregnation Kyllästämisellä;
Table 8.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations for wood impregnation (> 25) > 25 1001 45 11 kg/m3 to 1 does not apply to wood for waterproofing it.

9. Footwear manufacture of footwear manufacture means to produce the complete footwear or parts thereof.
Table 9.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations for the manufacture of footwear (> 5) > 5
25 g per pair total emission limit value is expressed as grams of solvent emitted per a built-in pair of footwear.

10. Lamination Laminoinnilla means tree and/or plastic frames together to produce laminates.
Table 10.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations Lamination (> 5) > 11 5 30 g/m2. The bonding of the adhesive by means other than those referred to in paragraphs 9 and 10 of the functions, where the adhesive is applied to a surface, with the exception of adhesive coating and laminating associated with printing.
Table 11.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations Bonding (> 5) 501 25 1 If used from 5 to 15 > technology, which allows for the reuse of the recovered solvent, the emission limit value of the gases is 150 mg/m3 (n) > 15 501 20 12. Paints, varnishes, adhesives, inks and other coatings, as well as the manufacturing of paints, varnishes, Manufacture means the weight of the colors and other coatings, and adhesives for the manufacture by mixing of pigments, resins and adhesive materials with organic solvent or other carrier. Preparation also means the manufacture, if carried out at the same site with the above activities. The manufacture of dispersion and predispersion activities, viscosity and belong to the tint adjustments and operations for filling the final product into its container.
Table 12.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations of paints, lacquers, adhesives, inks and coatings, as well as other n.e.c. (> 100) 100 to 1 0000 150 5 5% used > solvents Hajapäästöihin does not count the weight of the solvent, which is sold as part of the mixture in a closed container.

1 0000 150 3 3% of used solvents > 13. For the purposes of the processing of rubber Processing natural rubber or synthetic rubber mixing, grinding, blending, calendering, extrusion and vulkanointitoimintoja, as well as all the ancillary functions of natural rubber or synthetic rubber into a final product.
Table 13 (solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations of rubber processing (> 15) 15 201 252 25% of used solvents > 1 if you are used to the technology, which allows for the reuse of the recovered solvent, the emission limit value of the gases is 150 mg/m3 (n) 2 Hajapäästöihin does not count as a solvent , which will be sold as part of the product in question, or of the mixture in a closed container.

14. Vegetable oil and animal fat extraction and vegetable oil refining activities of vegetable oils and animal fat extraction and vegetable oil processing is to extract vegetable oil from seeds and other vegetable matter, the processing of dry residues to produce animal feed, kuivajäämien seeds and plant or animal products of fats and vegetable oils for cleaning.
Table 14.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations of vegetable oils and animal fat extraction and vegetable oil refining (> 10) 1.5 kg of animal fat: > 10/3.0 kg/tonne for tonne-castor oil: Rape or colza seeds: 1.0 kg/ton of sunflower seeds: 1.0 kg/tonne of soya beans (normal crush) : 0.8 kg/tonne of soya beans (white flakes): 1.2 kg/ton of other seeds and other vegetable ingredients: 3 kg/1.5 kg/tonni1 tonni2 4 kg/tonni3 1 environmental permit authority shall impose the values of individual items and the total emission limit value-the seed of other vegetable materials using the institutions dealing with case-by-case.

2 applies to all fraktiointiprosesseihin saostusta with the exception of the oil/water.

3 Apply oil/water saostukseen.

15. The pharmaceutical industry pharmaceutical industry means the medicine Act (395/1987), the manufacture of pharmaceutical products manufacture of pharmaceutical substances in industrial chemical synthesis, fermentation, extraction, as well as the process of formulation and finishing, as well as the manufacture of pharmaceutical raw materials, if it takes place in the same place.
Table 15.

(Solvent consumption in tonnes/year) of the solvent consumption (tonnes/year) Poistokaasujenpäästöraja-value (mg C/m³ (n)), the emission limit value in the hajapäästöille (as a percentage of the used solvents) total emission limit value-the value of the special procedures for new installations existing installations, new installations existing installations in the pharmaceutical industry (> 50) 50 201 52 152 5% of used solvents > 15% of used solvents 1 if you are used to the technology, which allows for the reuse of the recovered solvent, the emission limit value of the gases is 150 mg/m3 (n).

2 Hajapäästöihin does not count as a solvent, which is sold as part of the product in question, or of the mixture in a closed container.

PROGRAM for the REDUCTION of the EMISSIONS of annex 2 of the program can be used to reduce emissions at the facility, as defined in annex 1 of the gas emission limit values and fugitive emission limit values, or the total emission limit value-instead of the values. Reduction of the emissions reduction program must be the same as if the emission limit values of annex 1.
The operator to submit emission reduction program is made for a permit or registration authority in accordance with paragraph 4 of article 6.
Reduction program can be used to draw up the institution, which is used in paints, varnishes, inks and other coatings or adhesives. The aim is, in particular, to reduce the average of the products be used in liuotepitoisuutta or at the Department to enhance the use of the total global emissions from the plant, hard, would be reduced to a higher percentage of the annual reference emissions to a certain amount, which is called the target emission. The target emission is on the existing activities to be achieved in the schedule provided for in article 6 (3).
The annual reference emission (ARE): comparison of emissions are defined in such a way that it corresponds as far as possible, a situation in which the plant is not made in emission reduction measures, or a situation in which neither the reduction scheme to be drawn up.
Reference emission is calculated as follows: 1) consumed in a year is determined with the paint or coating, ink, varnish or adhesive contained in the solids. The hard material is used to mean all substances in paints or coatings, printing inks, varnishes or adhesives that become solid water or the volatile organic compounds are evaporated.
2) is calculated by multiplying the specified in paragraph 1, the Reference emission total, as shown in table 2.1, the odds of your hard. Table odds are constants that describe the product to be used in each activity characterized by the ratio of the quantity of suspended solids and solvents, when operation is used to traditional solvent-based products. If the licensing authority or, in the case of the protection of the environment information system for the supervisory authority in the establishment to be registered can be justified, that the operation of the product to be used for solids and solvent of the relationship to the multiplier is set to anything other than the standard, so it can be used in the calculation of the reference emission.
Rotogravure, flexography, table 2.1, the coefficient of the lamination, varnishing, printing printing as part of as part of the 4 wood surfaces for painting/coating of textiles, fabric, 4 foil or paper painting/coating 4 Bonding 4 Continuous Strip plating 3 Vehicle painting and original painting outside the establishment (≤ 15 t/a) 3 food contact coating, aerospace industry, a retread of 2.33 2.33 Other plating 1.5 1.5 for the target value for the emission of rotary screen printing (YOU) : 3) the target emission is equal to the annual reference emission multiplied by a percentage which is (the limit value for fugitive emissions of annex 1 + 15), for installations falling within Annex 1, point vehicle painting and painting outside the establishment (≤ 15 t/a) (table 3) or with the criteria set out in annex 1 other coating or painting (table 5a) and wood surfaces of the painting (table 5b) in accordance with the lower solvent consumption;
(the limit value for fugitive emissions of annex 1 + 5) for all other installations.
4) Regulation shall be considered to be complied with when the use of the solvent management plan in accordance with annex 3 or otherwise, the licensing authority or, in the case of a registered institution, the protection of the environment information system, to the satisfaction of the supervisory authority specified in the annual emission is less than or equal to the target emission (YOU).
Annex 3 the SOLVENT MANAGEMENT PLAN 1. The principles of the
The solvent management plan should be used to demonstrate or, in order to ensure that the institution complies with those referred to in paragraph 3 of the emission limit values or emission reduction referred to in article 6 of the program, as well as the assessment of the emission reduction measures and the drafting of an institution of the solvent consumption, emissions and compliance with the other provisions.
2. Definitions of inputs the quantity of organic solvents or organic solvents (I): I = I1 + I2 I1. For mixtures of organic solvents used in the operation or in the quantity of organic solvents contained in the period, for which the mass balance is being calculated.
The i2. Extracting of mixtures of organic solvents, or organic solvents contained in the recovery, which will be used again as a solvent. The recycled solvent is counted every time it is used.
The functioning of the clear of the process or the quantity of organic solvents (O): O1. Exhaust emissions from O2. The water dissolved organic solvents O3. As contamination or residue in products output from the process committed to the organic solvent.
O4. Emissions of organic solvents to air. This includes the general ventilation, such as doors, Windows, vents and similar openings through the released emissions of organic solvents to air.
O5. Chemical or physical reactions such as the removal of gas treatment, for example, by burning or in other ways destroyed, or by adsorption of organic compounds recovered organic solvents or waste water treatments, or captured organic solvents, or organic compounds, provided that they are not counted as points in the O6, O7 or O8.
O6. Organic solvents contained in collected waste.
07. Organic solvents, or organic solvents contained in the mixture, which is sold as a product, who also has commercial value.
O8. Other than those referred to in paragraph O7 organic solvents contained in mixtures that are recovered for reuse to other parts of the process.
O9. Organic solvents released in other ways.
3. the use of the solvent management plan (29.10.2015/1288) management plan for the use of the determination of fugitive emissions (F) (i)) to calculate the fugitive emissions (F) must be used in one of the following equations: F = I1-O1-O5-O6-O7-O8, or F = O2 + O3 + O4 + O9 fugitive emissions shall be determined either by measuring the direct or the like, for example, by using the capture efficiency of the process of with a calculated way.
The fugitive emission limit value is expressed as a/calculated as a percentage of the (%) in the process of the solvents (I) (ii)) are carried out in the short term, but a comprehensive determination of fugitive emissions measurements. The configuration must be renewed only after the equipment is renewed.
Annex 2, in accordance with the management plan in compliance with the programme for the reduction of the use If the facility complies with the emission reduction program, so the annual solvent consumption (C) shall be determined as follows: (C) the administration of the plan = I1-O8 Coatings, or paints, inks, varnishes or adhesives based on determination of the annual reference emissions, solid content (ARE) and to calculate the emissions (TE), can be done accordingly to the annual consumption by taking into consideration the product used solid content (% or g/l) and density (g/l).
Management plan for the calculation of the total emissions from the use of (E) of the management plan shall be made each year, so that the total emissions of the installation or operational unit (E) can be specified. Emissions can be set up as follows: E = F + O1 (fugitive emissions) (exhaust emissions) in the facility, which is conducted in two or more of any of the activities falling within the scope of the regulation and the application of the second paragraph of article 9 of the regulation referred to in kokonaispäästörajaa, it should be done annually to the management plan can be used to calculate the total emissions from all relevant practices, and in order to compare the emissions of the installation, which should be achieved by following each activity individually, the emission limit values set out in annex 1.

The change of the date of entry into force of the acts and application: 29.10.2015/1288: This Regulation shall enter into force on 4 November 2015. It shall apply with effect from 5 February 2015, however.
Of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2010/75/EC (32010L0075); OJ L 334, on 17 December 2010, p. 17

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