Order Of 4 June 2004 Amending The Decree Of 14 January 2000 On The General Requirements For Classified Installations Subject To Declaration Under The Heading No. 2661: Transformation Of Polymers (Plastics, Cad...

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 4 juin 2004 modifiant l'arrêté du 14 janvier 2000 relatif aux prescriptions générales applicables aux installations classées soumises à déclaration sous la rubrique n° 2661 : transformation de polymères (matières plastiques, cao...

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Summary Modification of art. 2 and annex I of the above-mentioned order.
Keywords ecology, sustainable development, environment, PROTECTION of the environment, INSTALLATION classified, polymer, material plastic, rubber, ELASTOMER, resin synthetic, adhesive synthetic, TRANSFORMATION, topic, DECLARATION beforehand, TRANSPOSITION of EC DIRECTIVE, harmonization European JORF n ° 171, July 25, 2004 page 13338 text no. 17 order of June 4, 2004 amending the Decree of 14 January 2000 on the General requirements for classified installations subject to declaration under the heading No. 2661 : transformation of polymers (plastics, rubber, elastomers, resins and synthetic adhesives) NOR: DEVP0430147A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2004/6/4/DEVP0430147A/jo/texte the Minister of ecology and sustainable development, having regard to directive 99/13/EC of 11 March 1999; on the limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents in certain activities and installations
Having regard to the code of the environment, and in particular article L. 512 - 10;
Mindful of Decree No. 77-1133 of September 21, 1977 amended taken for the application of law No 76-663 of 19 July 1976 on installations classified for the protection of the environment;
Considering the Decree of 14 January 2000 on the General requirements for classified installations subject to declaration under the heading No. 2661;
Considering the Decree of 20 April 1994 concerning the declaration, classification and labelling of the substances;
Having the opinion of the Board of Governors facilities classified as of May 13, 2004, stop: Article 1 the provisions of article 2 and paragraph 6 of the annex to the Decree of 14 January 2000 referred to above are amended in accordance with articles 2 to 3 of this order.


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The provisions of article 2 of the Decree of January 14, 2000 referred to above are replaced by the following: «art.» 2 - the provisions of annex I, with the exception of points, 6.2.b and 6.3 of annex I are applicable:-facilities reported subsequent to February 11, 2000;
-existing installations before February 11, 2000, according to the time limits referred to in annex II.
For these same facilities, the requirements of paragraph 6.2.b and 6.3 of annex I are applicable as of October 30, 2007 at declared facilities before the date of publication of this amending order in the Official Journal increased by four months (1). These same requirements apply immediately to the declared facilities after the date of publication of this amending order in the Official Journal increased by four months.
The requirements to which existing facilities are already subject shall continue to apply until the entry into force of these provisions.
The provisions of this by-law are also applicable to classified installations subject to declaration, included in a facility that includes at least a facility subject to the authorization regime as such facilities are not regulated by the prefectoral Decree of authorisation. ' Article 3 more on this article...

The provisions of paragraph 6 of the year I are replaced by the following: «6.1. Capture and treatment of discharges in the atmosphere the facilities that release of fumes, gases, dust or odours are fitted with devices to collect and channel as much as possible emissions. These devices, after the gases collected as necessary, are equipped with lockable and available openings (conforming to the provisions of the standard NF X 44-052) for the purposes of samples for analysis or measurement.
The outlet of chimneys is far up homes and the suction of fresh air intakes and must not contain barriers to the diffusion of gases (Chinese hats...). The points of discharge are also reduced as possible.
The dilution of the effluent is prohibited unless authorized by the prefect. It cannot be allowed for the sole purpose of respecting the values limits expressed in concentration.
The operator shall take the necessary measures to avoid the formation of dust.
6.2 values limits and conditions of discharge gaseous effluent must meet the limit values defined below, expressed in the standard conditions of temperature (273 k) and pressure (101,3 kPa) after deduction of steam (dry gas) and measured according to the methods defined in the item 6.3.
Values emission limit expressed as concentration relate to a quantity of undiluted gaseous effluents.
a) dust: If the mass flow is lower than 0.5 kg/h, the gases emitted in the atmosphere should not contain more of 150 mg/Nm³ of dust.
If the mass flow is greater than 0.5 kg/h, the gases emitted in the atmosphere should not contain more of 100 mg/Nm3 for dust.
b) volatile organic compounds (VOCs): b 1. : Definitions:-"volatile organic compounds (VOCs) any compound organic, excluding methane, having a vapour pressure of 0,01 kPa or more at a temperature from 293.15 ° kelvins or having a corresponding volatility under the particular conditions of use;"
-"solvent organic any VOC which is used alone or in combination with other agents, without changing chemical to dissolve raw materials, products or waste, or used as cleaning solvents to dissolve dirt, or as solvent, dispersant, correction of viscosity, surface tension corrector, plasticizer or protective agent;"
-"organic solvent consumption of the total quantity of organic solvents used in an installation over a period of twelve months, reduced by the quantity of VOCs recovered internally for reuse;
-"re-use the use in technical or commercial purposes, including as a fuel, organic solvents recovered from an installation. Do not fall within the definition of "re-use organic solvents recovered that are permanently discharged as waste;
-"use of organic solvents the quantity of organic solvents or preparations, which is used in the exercise of an activity, including the solvents recycled inside and outside the installation, and which are counted every time they are used for the exercise of the activity;"
-"emission diffuse VOC any emission of VOCs in air, soil and water, which has no place in the form of channeled emissions. For the specific case of VOCs, this definition covers, unless otherwise delayed emissions due to the solvents contained in the finished;
-"conversion, employment or re-employment of rubber any activity of mixing, mixing, calendering, extrusion and vulcanisation of natural or synthetic rubber and any related operation intended to transform natural or synthetic rubber into a finished product."
(b) 2. Emission limit values: i. - general case: If the total hourly flow of VOCs, issued form channeled or diffuse, exceeds 2 kg/h, the limit value expressed as total carbon in the global concentration of all compounds is of 110 mg/m³.
This value applies to each piped release.
The annual flow of fugitive emissions shall not exceed 30% of the quantity of used VOCs (solvents, reactive VOCs).
Derogations from the value limit of fugitive emissions of VOCs referred to above may be granted by the prefect, if the operator demonstrates the acceptability of the risks to human health or the environment and that it uses the best techniques available at an economically acceptable cost.
II. Specific activities: II-1. Conversion, employment or re-employment of rubber: If solvent consumption is greater than 15 tonnes per year, the provisions of the general case are replaced by the following provisions: the emission limit value of VOC non-methane in a ducted discharge, expressed as total carbon, is 20 mg/m³. However, in the event of use of a technique allowing the reuse of recovered solvent, the ducted emission limit value, expressed as total carbon, is at 150 mg/m³ range, except in use of compounds mentioned in point V.
The annual flow of fugitive emissions shall not exceed 25% of the quality of solvents used. Annual flows of fugitive emissions do not include solvents sold, with the products or preparations, in a tightly closed container.
Derogations from the value limit of fugitive emissions of VOCs referred to above may be granted by the prefect, if the operator demonstrates the acceptability of the risks to human health or the environment and that it uses the best techniques available at an economically acceptable cost.
The provisions above do not apply if the total annual (Canalised and diffuse) VOC emissions are less than or equal to 25% of the quality of solvent used annually. In this case, the provisions of the general case apply.
II-2. Manufacturing of expanded polystyrene: for the manufacture of expanded polystyrene, the provisions of the general case are replaced by the following provisions.
The operator implements procedures designed to reduce emissions of VOCs from its installation including:-the use of raw materials containing not more than 4% VOC by weight, when the technical possibility exists;
-full recycling of cutting falls;

-the optimal incorporation of materials used in the raw materials;
-the capture and treatment of emissions, when the technical possibility exists, particularly on pre-expansion positions.
III. Emission limit values in VOC, NOx, CO and CH4 in the event of use of a technique of emission channeled through thermal oxidation: in the case of the use of a technique of oxidation for the removal of VOCs, limit the value of non-methane VOC emission, expressed as total carbon, is 20 mg/m³, or 50 mg/m3 if the removal efficiency is greater than 98%. Oxygen reference for the verification of the compliance with the limit values of emission is measured in effluents in oxidation equipment output. In addition, an operator shall ensure respect for the values of emission limits defined below for nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO) and methane (CH4): NOx (in NO2 equivalent): 100 mg per metre cube.
CH4: 50 mg per metre cube.
CO: 100 mg per metre cube.
Existing and facilities equipped with processing equipment of VOC emissions, before the publication of this order, and which comply with the following emission values:-in the case of oxidation, presented above limit values multiplied by a factor of 1.5;
-to other treatment facilities, 150 mg/m³ expressed as total carbon, VOCs have until January 1, 2012, a derogation from the application of the values emission limits for VOCs under paragraphs 6.2.b.2 I and 6.2.b.2 III.
IV. - Emission limit values VOC usage of substances referred to in annex III of this order: If the total hourly flux emitted in form channeled or diffuse, organic compounds referred to in annex III exceeds 0.1 kg/h, the value of the emission limit is 20 mg/m³ in VOCs. This limit value applies to each piped release and the mass sum of different compounds.
In the case of mixture of compounds both covered and not covered by Annex III, the value limit of 20 mg/m³ is imposed that the compounds referred to in annex III and the values limits laid down in paragraphs I, II and III apply to all compounds.
V. - Values emission limit VOC substances to sentence of risk R 45, R 46, R 49, R 60 or R 61 and halogenated compounds with the sentence of risk R 40 or R 68, using the phrases risk being as defined in the Decree of 20 April 1994 referred to above: the substances or preparations that are assigned or to which are affixed the risk R 45 phrases , R 46, R 49, R 60 or R 61, because of their content of VOCs classified carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction, are replaced as far as possible substances or less harmful preparations. If this replacement is not technically and economically feasible, the emission limit value is 2 mg/m³ VOC, the maximum hourly flow of the entire installation, issued form Canalised and diffuse, is greater than or equal to 10 g/h. This limit value applies to each piped release and the mass sum of different compounds.
In case of mixture of compounds covered and not referred to above, the value limit of 2 mg/m³ is required to the above compounds and the limit values defined in paragraphs I, II and III apply to all compounds.
For emissions of volatile organic halogenated labelled R 40 or R 68, a value of 20 mg/m³ emission limit is imposed if the maximum hourly flow of the entire installation, issued form Canalised and diffuse, is greater than or equal to 100 g/h. This limit value applies to each piped release and the mass sum of different compounds.
In case of mixture of compounds covered and not referred to above, the value limit of 20 mg/m³ is required to the above compounds and the limit values defined in paragraphs I, II and III apply to all compounds.
The prefect may grant a derogation from the provisions of the previous paragraphs if the operator demonstrates, on the one hand, he appealed to bat at an acceptable economic cost, and secondly, that there is no reason to fear of significant risk to human health and the environment.
VI. - implementation of a scheme of control of VOC emissions: the values emission limits for VOCs defined in paragraphs I and II above shall not apply to releases from facilities subject to a scheme of control of VOC emissions (2), as defined below.
This scheme ensures that the total flow of VOC emissions from the installation does not exceed the flow that would be achieved by strict application of the limit values of emissions channelled and diffuse defined in this by-law.
The schema is developed from an emission level of Setup reference corresponding to the level reached if no VOC emission reduction measure was implemented on the installation.
Installations or parts of installations, which are including one or more of the substances referred to in paragraphs IV and V above may subject to a scheme of control programming. However, the substances referred to in paragraphs IV and V above, which are still used in the installation despite the implementation of the scheme of control of emissions, remain subject to compliance with the limit values laid down in paragraphs IV and V above.
(c) atmospheric effluent discharge point must exceed at least 3 m buildings located within a radius of 15 meters.
d) odours: all necessary measures are taken to limit odours from the facility. The raw product or intermediate likely to emit odours are stored as much as possible in closed containers.
6.3. monitoring by the operator of dismissed pollution) general case: i. - the operator sets up a monitoring program of the characteristics of the emissions of the pollutants referred to in point 6.2, suitable for rejected flows: A measure rejected flow and the concentration of pollutants is carried out according to the procedures in force, at least annually. However, pollutants that are not likely to be issued by the facility are not the subject of periodical measurements. In this case, the operator shall keep at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations the technical elements to verify the absence of these pollutants in discharges.
The measurements are made, when possible, by a body approved by the Minister in charge of classified installations.
Failing specific standard method and when the compounds are in particulate form or vesicular, Isokinetic sampling conditions described in the NFX 44.052 standard are met.
These measurements are performed on nearby lasting half an hour, under conditions representative of the operation of the installation.
In case of impossibility, related to activity or equipment, perform a representative measurement of releases, an assessment of the conditions of operation and the capacity of the purification equipment to comply with the limit values is carried out.
II. - The prefect may request the realization of measures of smell, at the expense of the operator, according to the standard methods in force, if the installation is the subject of complaints to the olfactory nuisances.
b) specific cases: i. - when installing solvent consumption is greater than a ton/year, the operator is implementing a solvent management plan, mentioning including the inputs and outputs of solvents of the installation. This plan is established at least annually and held at the disposal of the inspection of the installations classified, as well as any supporting documents regarding the consumption of solvent (invoices, suppliers...).
II. - Monitoring emissions of VOCs other than methane all permanently is carried out if, throughout the installation, one of the following conditions is met: 1. the maximum hourly flow VOC to the exclusion of methane, expressed as total carbon, exceed:-15 kg/h in the general case;
-10 kg/h if a VOC-laden gases cleaning equipment is required to meet the channeled emission limits.
2. the hourly flow maximum VOC excluding methane, referred to in paragraph III of item 6.2.b.2 of this annex, or a sentence of risk R 45, R 46, R 49, R 60 or R 61, or a phrase of risk R 40 / R 68, halogenated compounds exceeds 2 kg / h (expressed in sum compounds).
This monitoring permanently (case 1 and 2 above) can be replaced by monitoring of a representative setting, correlated with emissions. This correlation must be confirmed periodically by measurement of emissions.
For continuous measurement, considered the value emission limit is met when none of the averages on twenty-four hours of normal operation exceeds the emission limit value, and none of the hourly averages exceeds 1.5 times the value emission limit.
III. - where the flow time of VOCs referred to in III of item 6.2 b. 2 of this order or with risk phrase R 45, R 46, R 49, R 60 or R 61 or halogenated compounds labelled R 40 or R 68 exceeds 2 kg / h throughout the installation, periodic each of VOC measurements present will be carried out in order to establish a correlation between the extent of all VOC non-methane and the compounds actually present.

IV. - When the installation is equipped with an oxidizer, compliance with the values limits in NOx, methane and CO emission set out in paragraph (III) of point 6.2. b 2 shall be verified at least every three years by a body authorised, on continuous and stable. ' Article 4 prevention of pollution and risk manager is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.


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A N N E X E I I I Acetaldehyde (acetic aldehyde).
Acrylic acid.
Chloroacetic acid.
Formic aldehyde (formaldehyde).
Acrolein (acrylic-2-propenal aldehyde).
Methyl acrylate.
Maleic anhydride.
Aniline.
Biphenyls.
Chloroacetaldehyde.
Chloroform (trichloromethane).
Chloromethane (Methyl chloride).
Chlorotoluene (benzyl chloride).
Cresol.
2, 4-Diisocyanate toluene.
Alkyl derivatives of lead.
Dichloromethane (methylene chloride).
1, 2-Dichlorobenzene (O-dichlorobenzene).
1, 1-Dichloroethylene.
2, 4-Dichlorophenol.
Diethylamine.
Dimethylamine.
1, 4-Dioxane.
Ethylamine.
2 - Furaldehyde (furfuraldehyde).
Methacrylates.
Mercaptans (thiols).
Nitrobenzene.
Nitrocresols.
Nitrophenol.
Nitrotoluene.
Phenol.
Pyridine.
1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane.
Tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene).
Tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride).
Thioethers.
Thiols.
O.Toluidine.
1,1,2-trichloroethane.
Trichloroethylene.
2,4,5-trichlorophenol.
2,4,6-trichlorophenol.
Triethylamine.
Xylenol (except 2, 4-dimethyl).


Done at Paris, on 4 June 2004.
For the Minister and by delegation: the Director of prevention of pollution and risks, delegated to major risks, T. found

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