Decree Of 10 December 2013 Concerning The General Requirements For Minerals Transit Stations Or Inert Non-Hazardous Waste Not Covered By Other Sections Under The Registration Regime ...

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French Official Gazette No. 0299 ​​of December 26, 2013

page 21358 text n ° 31

Decree of 10 December 2013 concerning the general requirements for minerals transit stations or inert non-hazardous waste not covered by other sections under the registration regime under the heading No 2517 of the nomenclature of facilities classified for environmental protection
NOR: DEVP1329353A
ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2013/12/10/DEVP1329353A/jo/
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Audiences: facilities classified for environmental protection operators (BPI) under the registration regime under the heading No 2517 (minerals transit stations or inert non-hazardous waste other than those mentioned by other items).
Subject: Creation of general technical requirements for facilities under the registration regime under the heading No 2517 relating to the protection of the environment for the operation of such facilities.
Effective: the text comes into force the day after its publication.
Notice: these rules and regulations determine the measures to prevent and reduce the risk of accidents or pollution and the conditions of insertion in the installation environment.
References: the text can be consulted at Légifrance (http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr).
The Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy,
Having regard to Directive 2000/60 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water;
Having regard to Directive 2006/11 / EC of 15 February 2006 on pollution caused by certain dangerous substances discharged into the aquatic environment of the Community;
Given the environmental code, in particular Articles L. 211-1, L. 220-1, L. 511-2 and L. 512-7;
Considering Decree No. 96-1010 of 19 November 1996 concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
Considering the decree of 20 April 1994 as amended relating to the declaration, classification, packaging and labeling of substances;
Considering the decree of 21 November 2002 on the reaction to fire of construction and development products;
Considering the decree of 11 September 2003 implementing Decree No. 96-102 of 2 February 1996 laying down the general requirements for withdrawals subject to declaration under Articles L. 214-1 to L. 214-6 of the Code of environmental and falling sections 1.1.1.1, 2.1.0, 2.1.1 or 4.3.0 of the nomenclature annexed to Decree No 93-743 of 29 March 1993 modified;
Considering the decree of 11 September 2003 implementing Decree No. 96-102 of 2 February 1996 laying down the general requirements for the survey, drilling, creation of wells or underground structure subject to declaration under Articles L. 214 -1 to L. 214-6 of the environmental code and under heading 1.1.1.0 of the nomenclature annexed to Decree No 93-743 of 29 March 1993 modified;
Considering the decree of 22 March 2004 on the fire resistance of products, construction components and structures;
Considering the decree of 20 April 2005 as amended made under the Decree of 20 April 2005 on the national action program against pollution of the aquatic environment by certain dangerous substances;
Considering the decree of 7 July 2009 on the analytical procedures in air and water in classified installations for environmental protection and reference standards;
Considering the decree of 17 July 2009 on measures to prevent or limit inputs of pollutants into groundwater;
Considering the decree of 25 January 2010 on the methods and criteria for evaluation of the ecological status, chemical status and ecological potential of surface water taken pursuant to Articles R. 212-10, R. 212- 11 and R. 212-18 of the environmental code;
Considering the decree of 6 July 2011 on conditions of admission of inert waste in installations falling under headings 2515, 2516 and 2517 of the nomenclature of classified installations;
Considering the decree of 29 February 2012 fixing the contents of the registers mentioned in Articles R. 541-43 and R. 541-46 of the Environmental Code;
Considering the opinion of the professional organizations;
Considering the opinion of the Higher Council for Technological Risk Prevention dated September 17, 2013;
Given the comments made during the public consultation carried out on 7 June 2013 to 27 June 2013 pursuant to Article L. 120-1 of the Environmental Code,
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Article 1
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This Order establishes the requirements for classified facilities subject to registration under heading 2517 of the nomenclature of classified installations.
It does not apply to existing facilities already authorized or declared under heading No. 2517.
These provisions shall apply without prejudice:
- Special requirements that may be imposed the order of registration as provided by Articles L. 512-7-3 and L. 512-7-5 of the Environment Code;
- Other laws and schemes, plans and other policy documents approved and planning.

Article 2
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For the purposes of this Order, the term:
"Average flow interannual" or module average annual flows of a stream over a reference period of thirty years of consecutive measurements.
"Unpolluted Rainwater (EPnp)" meteoric water is not in contact with waterproofed areas likely to be polluted or with industrial smoke. Unless specifically configured otherwise, the roofs of water can be considered uncontaminated rainwater.
"Polluted Stormwater (EPP)" meteoric water dripping on waterproofed areas likely to be polluted or rain water that may be loaded with pollutants in contact with industrial smoke.
Wastewater (EU): Liquid effluents from various domestic uses of water staff (toilets, kitchens, etc.), mainly carriers of organic pollution.
"Industrial water (EI)" liquid waste resulting from the operation or cleaning of the facilities. The watering paved runway is one.
"Waste water" liquid effluents that may be contaminated (EPP, EU and EI) rejected the site to an outside outlet to the site.
"Emergence": the difference between the weighted equivalent continuous pressure levels of ambient noise (installation operation) and residual noise (in the absence of noise generated by the installation).
"Rejection of Emissary" end of a planned network channeled to discharge effluent of a site.
"Local fire risk" enclosure containing combustible or flammable materials and busy, periodic or ad hoc basis by staff.
"Fire Permit" permit allowing the realization of repair work or development leading to increased risks by use of a flame or a hot spring.
"Work permit" license allowing the realization of repair work or development without use of a flame or a hot spring, when they lead to increased risks.
"Product powder" solid consists of fine particles which are not or linked, which, under certain conditions, behaves like a liquid. A powder product is characterized by its particle size (size and percentage of particles in each size classes).
"Area of ​​the transit area" surface corresponding to the accumulated storage areas for mineral products or non-hazardous inert waste.
"QMNA": the flow (Q) monthly (M) minimum (N) of each calendar year (A). This is the low flow of water courses.
"QMNA5": the value of QMNA as it occurs only five years.
"Regulated emergence areas":
- Inside buildings inhabited or occupied by third parties existing at the date of filing of application for registration record, and their closest possible external parts (yard, garden, patio), excluding those buildings located in areas intended to receive artisanal or industrial activities;
- Building areas defined by planning documents against third parties and published at the date of filing of application for registration record;
- Inside buildings inhabited or occupied by third parties that have been implemented after the date of filing of application for registration record in building areas defined above and possible outer parts closest (yard, garden, terrace ), excluding those of buildings located in areas intended to receive artisanal or industrial activities.

"Mixing zone" area adjacent to the discharge point of the waters where the concentrations of one or more pollutants may exceed the environmental quality standards. This area is proportionate and limited to the vicinity of the discharge point and does not compromise compliance with environmental quality standards on the rest of the body of water.
"Areas for habitation" areas for habitation defined by planning documents against third parties.

Chapter I: General Provisions

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The installation is located, constructed and operated in accordance with the plans and other documents attached to the application for registration.
The operator lists and warrants as may be appropriate arrangements for the design, construction and operation of facilities to meet the requirements of this Order.


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The operator shall establish and maintain a file containing the following documents:
- A copy of the registration application and accompanying dossier;
- The registration dossier maintained and dated in terms of changes to the installation;
- The order of registration issued by the prefect and all prefectural relative to the facility;
- The results of measurements on effluents and noise the last five years;
- The register containing all the declarations of accidents or incidents made the inspection of classified installations;
- The various documents required by this Order, namely:
- The general plan of the storage of non-hazardous inert powders or waste products (3 art.);
- Leaflet summarizing the measures implemented to reduce the environmental impact of transport operations or handling of products or waste (Art 5, 6 and 39.)
- The description of the characteristics and conditions of supply and delivery of products or wastes and the means implemented (art. 6);
- Provisions enabling the landscaping of the facility (art. 7);
- The risks of localization plan (Art. 10);
- The record of the nature and amount of hazardous products held (art. 11);
- The general plan of the storage of dangerous goods (art. 11);
- Safety data sheets of hazardous products in the installation (art. 12);
- Periodic checks of the reports (Article 13 and 22.)
- The supporting documents attesting to fire resistant properties of fire risk premises (art. 14);
- Evidence about maintenance and verification of facilities (Article 16 and 18.)
- The means to fight against the fire and the written notice of the fire and rescue services, if any, and the supporting documents relating to the fight against the fire capacity (art. 19);
- Operating instructions (Art. 21);
- Description of the measures implemented for the installation, operation, monitoring, maintenance, monitoring and shutdown of sampling works (art. 26);
- The register of the results of water sampling measures (Art. 26);
- The level of liquid effluent collection systems (Art. 28);
- The supporting documents attesting the compliance of liquid discharges (Article 34 and 35.)
- The register of the results of the main parameters measures to ensure the smooth running of the effluent treatment plant (if any) within the installation (art. 37);
- Documents relating to the management of air emissions (art. 39);
- The justification of the number of air discharge points (art. 40);
- The number of points of measurement of dust fallout, the conditions in which measuring devices are installed and operated (art. 41);
- Preventive measures in place to reduce noise pollution (art. 42);
- Waste records (Article 47 and 48.)
- The Emissions Monitoring Program (art. 49);
- The type of monitoring network, the number of readings per measurement point, the duration of exposure and the time of year during which the measurement points are collected (Article 50.).
This record is made available to the inspection of classified installations, if any, in whole or part, in electronic form.


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Without prejudice to the planning regulations, the operator adopts the following measures, necessary to prevent airborne dust and various materials:
- Traffic routes and vehicle parking areas are set (slope forms, coating, spraying methods, etc.) and properly cleaned;
- Vehicles exiting the facility do not result in deposition of dust or mud on the roads. For that provisions such as washing vehicles wheels are provided in case of need;
- The areas where this is possible are grassed or vegetated;
- Vegetation barriers are set up, if possible.
The storage areas are at the date of issue of the prefectural, located at a distance of 20 meters of Dwelling buildings or facilities for receiving sensitive people (hospital, clinic, home retirement, school, college, high school and nursery).
However, for facilities located on the banks of waterways or railways, when they are used for the delivery of products or wastes, the separation distance is reduced to 10 meters and then relates that limits other than those adjacent to these channels.
These separation distances do not apply to facilities operating on a single period of a maturity of up to six months.

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Products or waste in transit are preferentially transported by water or rail, since these transport routes are nearby and appointed for this purpose.
The operator in a notice summarizes the measures implemented to reduce the environmental impact of transport operations, storage, manipulation or transfer of products or waste (traffic off dust, noise, etc.). Y are also specified:
- Supply and shipping arrangements (routes, timetables, transport equipment used, the speed limit on site depending on weather conditions, etc.) and the exploitation techniques and developments provided by the operator ;
- The list of paved roads;
- Provisions relating to water the tracks;
- The technical and economic evidence about the impossibility of using transportation routes mentioned above.
For grain products 0 / D, depending on moisture products or waste, trucks entering or leaving the site are sheeted if necessary.


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The operator shall make appropriate arrangements for integrating the facility into the landscape, especially to improve the landscaping equipment or tall stocks. It specifies in its application for registration folder.
The entire facility is kept clean and maintained constantly.
The immediate surroundings and accessible to the facility are kept in clean condition. rejection of the emissaries and their periphery are subject to special care.
Dust accumulation of points, such as superstructures or braces, are cleaned regularly. Cleaning operations should be conducted with minimal dust hazard.

Chapter II: Prevention of accidents and pollution
Section I: Introduction
Article 8
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The operation is done under the supervision, direct or indirect, of a person named by the operator, with knowledge of the conduct of the installation, dangers and disadvantages that the operation leads, products used or stored in the facility and the provisions to be implemented in case of incident or accident.
Persons outside the establishment does not have free access to facilities.

Article 9
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The premises are kept clean and regularly cleaned, especially so as to avoid dust heap.
The use of devices blowing compressed air for cleaning purposes is prohibited, except those specially designed for this purpose (dedusting cabin work clothes, for example).

Article 10
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The operator identifies, under its responsibility, the parts of the plant which, due to the characteristics, may be the cause of an accident that may have direct or indirect consequences on the interest referred to Article L. 511-1 of the environmental code.
If necessary, the operator determines for each part of the installation the nature of risk and specify their location with adequate and understandable signage.
The operator has a general site plan on which deferred the different hazard zones corresponding to these risks.
Silos and tanks must be designed to withstand the loads to which they may be subject (wind, snow, etc.).

Article 11
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The operator identifies, in its application for registration folder, hazardous products held on the site.
The presence in the installation of hazardous or combustible materials is limited to the needs of the operation.
In the presence of such materials, the operator shall maintain a record of the nature and the maximum amount of hazardous products held, to which is attached an outline of storage. This register is kept at the disposal of fire and rescue services and inspection of classified installations.

Article 12
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Without prejudice to the provisions of the Labour Code, the operator has the documents enabling him to understand the nature and risks of hazardous substances that may be present in the installation, especially the safety data sheets.
Containers are legibly product names and, if applicable, the hazard symbols in accordance with the legislation on the labeling of hazardous substances, preparations and mixtures.

Section II: fluid piping. - Flexible
Article 13
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Pipes carrying dangerous or unhealthy fluids and collection of polluted effluents or may be are waterproof and resistant to physical and chemical action of the products they may contain. They are suitably marked, maintained and controlled.
The hoses used for transfers shall be maintained and controlled. If venting to the air, the transfer operation must stop automatically.

Section III: Fire behavior of local
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Local fire risk, identified in Article 10, present the reaction characteristics and resistance to the following minimum fire:
- Exterior walls REI 60;
- Separating walls E 30;
- Flooring / floor REI 30;
- EI 30 doors and shutters;
- Roofs and roof coverings 30. R
The openings made in the separating elements (transition ducts, pipes or conveyors, etc.) are equipped with devices ensuring fire level equivalent to that required for these separating elements.
The supporting documents attesting to fire resistance properties are kept and made available to the inspection of classified installations.
The provisions of this Article shall not apply to installations running on a single period of a maturity of up to six months.

Section IV: Security arrangements
Article 15
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The plant always has at least one access to the facility to allow the intervention of the fire and rescue services.
For the purposes of this Order, the term "access to the facility" an opening connecting the service road or public and inside the website sufficiently sized to allow entry of rescue gear and its implementation.
Vehicles parked on the site without causing discomfort to the availability of equipment of rescue services from external roads to the facility, even outside the hours of operation and opening of the facility.

Article 16
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The facilities are constantly maintained in good condition and cleaned as often as necessary.
All precautions are taken to avoid dangerous overheating or overpressure facilities. Appropriate extinguishing devices as well as emergency stop devices are constantly maintained in good condition and verified by periodic tests.

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In the parts of the plant mentioned in Article 10 and identified "Explosion", the electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic comply with the provisions of the Decree of 19 November 1996 referred to above or, if applicable, regulatory provisions. They are reduced to what is strictly necessary for operating purposes and consist entirely of materials used in explosive atmospheres.

Article 18
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The operator shall make available to the inspection of classified installations evidence supporting its electrical installations are carried out according to the rules, kept in good condition and verified.
Metal equipment is earthed in accordance with regulations and standards.
The materials used for natural lighting does not occur during a fire, burning droplets.

Article 19
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The installation is provided with means of struggle against the appropriate fire risk include:
- A means of alerting the fire and emergency services;
- Plans local facilitating emergency fire and rescue services, with a description of each local hazards, as provided for in Article 10;
- To fight against the fire equipment (hydrants, poles, for example) in sufficient numbers.
Details of how to fight against the fire appears in the recording application package. It is transmitted to the fire and rescue services. The observations that could be made by this service are taken into account by the operator.
The means to fight against the fire are able to operate effectively regardless of the temperature and particularly during periods of frost. The operator ensures regular checking and maintenance of equipment of security and the fight against fire in accordance with the standards in force.

Section V: Operation
Article 20
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In parts of the facility to identified risk under Article 10, repair work or development leading to increased risks can only be made after issuance of a "work permit "and possibly a" fire permit "and following a specific instruction. These permits are issued after discussion of risks related to the work and development of appropriate measures.
The "work permit" and possibly "fire permit" and special instructions are established and specified by the operator or by a person he has named. When the work is done by an outside company, the "work permit" and possibly "fire permit" and the special requirement on the safety of the installation are signed by the operator and the outside company or people they have named.
After the work is completed and before the resumption of standard operating configuration in activity, a facility audit is performed by the operator or his representative or the possible external company representative.
In parts of the system at risk of fire or explosion, it is forbidden to bring fire in any form, except for the completion of work having been a "fire permit" . This prohibition is displayed in bold letters.

Article 21
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Lockers are established, maintained and displayed in places frequented by staff.
These instructions indicate particular:
- The prohibition to make fire in any form, including the prohibition of smoking in areas at risk of fire;
- Verifying the proper operation of the circuits before unloading operation;
- The prohibition of burning outdoors;
- The obligation of the "work permit" to the parties concerned of the installation;
- The product storage conditions or non-hazardous inert waste, such as precautions to prevent their falls or landslides in order, to keep the width of traffic lanes to the required settings and not interfere beyond property lines;
- Emergency shutdown procedures and securing of facilities and conveyors;
- Measures to be taken in case of leakage of a container or piping containing powdered products;

- The implementation modalities of isolation devices of the collection network, under Article 23-IV of this Order;
- Extinguishing media to be used in case of fire;
- The alarm procedure with the head of the phone numbers of intervention of the institution and the fire and rescue services;
- Operational procedures;
- The frequency of checking the safety devices and limiting or treating generated pollution and nuisances;
- Instructions for maintenance and cleaning, including the possible structures supporting storages;
- The obligation to inform the inspection of classified facilities in case of accident.
The staff knows the risks of facilities during normal or impaired operation.
The safety supervisors and maintenance facilities are trained in what to do in case of an incident or accident and familiar with the use of means of struggle against fire.

Article 22
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The operator provides or have performed the periodic inspection and maintenance of equipment of security and the fight against fire as well as devices to prevent overpressure.
Periodic checks of this equipment is worn in a register in which are also referred to the action taken on these audits.

Section VI: Accidental pollution
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I. - Any storage of a liquid likely to cause water pollution or soil is associated with a holding capacity whose volume is at least equal to the larger of two values:
100% of the capacity of the largest tank;
50% of the total capacity of the associated reservoirs.
This provision does not apply to wastewater treatment ponds.
For storage containers of lower unit capacity up to 250 liters, the retention capacity is at least equal to:
- In the case of flammable liquids, 50% of the total capacity of the drums;
- In the other case, 20% of the total capacity of the drums;
- In all cases a minimum 800 liters or equal to the total capacity when the former is less than 800 liters.
II. - The retention capacity is tight products it contains, and is resistant to physical and chemical action of the fluids. It is the same for its closure device, which is kept closed.
The tightness of the (or) tank (s) partner (s) can be controlled at any time.
The storage of flammable liquids and other toxic, corrosive or dangerous to the environment is permitted under the ground level in reservoirs in masonry pit, or the like and, for flammable liquids, in the conditions in paragraphs I and II of this article. Any new tank installed under the ground level is jacketed.
III. - Retention and containment.
The floor areas and local storage or handling of hazardous materials or likely to create a water or soil pollution is waterproof and equipped to be able to collect the wash water and accidentally released material, so that the liquid can flow out of the area or the premises.
The materials collected are preferably recovered and recycled or, if not possible, treated according to the provisions of this Order.
All measures are taken to collect all the water and runoff may be polluted during a disaster, including water used by fire, so that they are recovered or treated to prevent pollution floors, drains, water courses or the natural environment.
The required volume of this confinement is determined as follows. The operator calculates the sum:
- The volume of stored materials;
- The volume of extinguishing water required for the fight against fire, first;
- Volume of the product released by the fire, on the other hand;
- The volume of water due to bad weather at the rate of 10 liters per square meter of drainage surface to the containment structure when the confinement is external.

The extinguishing water collected are eliminated to appropriate treatment facilities. In the absence of pollution previously characterized, they may be discharged to the receiving environment to the extent permitted below, subject to the compatibility of releases with pollution levels defined below with the objectives of quality and quantity waters referred to in IV of Article L. 212-1 of the environment code:

Total suspended solids 35 mg / l COD
(on non decanted effluent)
125 mg / l total Hydrocarbons

10 mg / l
IV. - Isolation of water networks.
The circuit required for reuse of industrial water as provided for in the last paragraph of Article 25 is designed so that it can lead to accidental pollution. A power shutdown device in process water installation, in case of accidental release of reused water is provided.

Chapter III: Water emissions
Section I: General Principles
Article 24
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The plant operation is compatible with the objectives of quality and quantity of water referred to in IV of Article L. 212-1 of the Environmental Code.
The prescribed emission limits are those set in this Order or those lowered and presented by the operator in his file to integrate the objectives outlined in paragraph above.
For each pollutant, the rejected flow is less than 10% of eligible flow through the middle.
The design and operation of facilities used to limit the flow of water and pollutant flows.

Section II: Sampling and water consumption
Article 25
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The levy is not located in an area where permanent measures of quantitative distribution were instituted under Article L. 211-2 of the Environmental Code.
The maximum sampling carried out in the public network and / or the environment is determined by the operator in his registration application file, without exceeding 75 m³ / hour or 75 000m³ / year.
The use of uncontaminated rainwater is preferred in facilities cleaning processes, watering tracks and stockpiles of goods or non-hazardous inert waste, etc. To reduce and minimize water consumption, water misting devices or equivalent are preferred whenever possible.
The irrigation water unpaved tracks and irrigation water storages are reused whenever possible.

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The operator indicates in his registration dossier, the arrangements for the implementation, operation, monitoring, maintenance, monitoring and shutdown of water taking works .
water withdrawal facilities are equipped with an odometer measuring device. This device is raised monthly. These readings are recorded and stored in the installation folder.
When connected to a public network or a drill sheet, the book has a disconnection device.
sampling works in rivers do not impede the normal flow of water and do not hinder the ecological continuity.


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Any realization of drilling complies with the provisions of Article L. 411-1 of the Mining Code and Decree of 11 September 2003 laying down the general requirements for the survey, drilling, creating well or work underground subject to declaration under Articles L. 214-1 to L. 214-3 of the environmental code and under heading 1.1.1.0 of the nomenclature set out in Article R. 214-1 of the code of 'environment.
During the drilling of boreholes, all arrangements are made to not to communication distinct water bodies and prevent the entry of surface pollution.
Upon termination of use of a drill, the operator shall take appropriate measures for sealing or filling of this work to avoid the pollution of groundwater.
The realization of any new drilling or decommissioning of a borehole is made known to the prefect with all the details of the hydrogeological impact elements.

Section III: Collection and wastewater discharge
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The effluent collection is carried out by two types of independent works: drainage ditches for unpolluted waters and tight networks (pipes) for other effluents.
It is prohibited to establish direct links between networks effluent collection to undergo treatment or be destroyed and the receiving environment, except for accidental cases where the safety of persons or facilities would be compromised.
The waste water discharged by facilities are not likely to degrade the networks with piping installation or release toxic or flammable products in these networks, possibly by mixing with other effluents. These effluents do not contain substances likely to impair the function of site treatment facilities.
The plan of effluent collection of works reveals the types of works (ditches or pipes), the collected sectors, the flow, the connection points, manholes, gullies, pumping stations, measuring stations, manual valves and automated, etc. It is kept in the registration application form, dated and updated as necessary.

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The release points to the environment are as few as possible.
rejection of the works allow good distribution of effluent in the receiving environment and minimizing the mixing zone.
The wastewater discharge devices are arranged so as to minimize the disturbance to the receiving water near the discharge point, depending on the use of water in the immediate vicinity and downstream of celui- these, and not to interfere with navigation.

Article 30
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On each discharge pipe effluent is provided a point of sampling and measurement points (flow, temperature, pollutant concentration, etc.).
The measuring points are located in a section whose characteristics (straightness of the pipe upstream, quality of walls, flow regime, etc.) used to achieve representative measurements so that the speed is not there significantly slowed by thresholds or barriers situated downstream and the effluent is sufficiently uniform.
These points are arranged as to be easily accessible and enable interventions safely. All measures are taken to facilitate the intervention of outside organizations at the request of the inspection of classified installations.

Article 31
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The unpolluted rainwater is drained by ditches. The movement of machines does not pollute the waters of these ditches.
These unpolluted rainwater can be infiltrated into the ground.
Rainwater coming into contact with the fuel supply areas and vehicle maintenance are considered polluted stormwater.
Polluted stormwater following a runoff on roads paved, parking areas, loading and unloading or other impervious surfaces are specifically collected and processed by one or more devices tailored to the presence pollutants.
When run on all the impervious surfaces of the site (roads, parking areas, for example), in case of rain equal to ten maximum rainfall is likely to generate a flow at the exit of the treatment works these waters over 10% of QMNA5 the receiving environment, the operator sets up a collection of work to meet in case of decadal rainfall, a rate lower than 10% of what QMNA5.
If released in a collective work of collecting, discharge authorization provided for in Article L. 1331-10 of the Code of the fixed public health including the maximum flow.
Polluted stormwater (EPP) can not be discharged to the natural environment that subject to compliance with the quality objectives and emission limits set by this decree (Article 34 to 36). Their rejection is spread over time as needed to comply with the limit values ​​laid down by this Order, subject to the compatibility of releases with pollution levels defined below with the objectives of quality and quantity waters referred to in IV of Article L. 212-1 of the environmental code.

Article 32
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The direct or indirect discharges of waste water into groundwater are prohibited.

Section IV: Values ​​discharge limits

Article 33
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The dilution of effluents is prohibited.


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The requirements of this section apply only to direct discharges to the natural environment.
The operator justified in his registration dossier, the maximum daily rate does not exceed 1 / 10th of the interannual average flow of the river.
The temperature of the effluents is less than 30 ° C and their pH is between 5.5 and 8.5.
The color change of the receiving water (river, lake, pond, canal), measured at a representative point of the mixing zone does not exceed 100 mg Pt / l.
For receiving waters, discharges do not induce, apart from the mixing zone:
- A rise in temperature greater than 1.5 ° C for salmonid, 3 ° C for cyprinid waters and 2 ° C for shellfish waters;
- A temperature above 21.5 ° C for salmonid waters at 28 ° C for cyprinid waters and 25 ° C for water intended for the abstraction of drinking water;
- A pH outside the following ranges: 6-9 for salmonid, cyprinid and for bathing water; 6.5-8.5 for water for food production and 7-9 for shellfish waters;
- An increase of over 30% of suspended solids and a variation greater than 10% of salinity for shellfish waters.
The provisions of the preceding paragraph shall not apply to marine waters of the French overseas territories.


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Polluted stormwater (EPP) released into the environment meet the following concentration limits:
- MEST: 35 mg / l;
- COD (on non decanted effluent): 125 mg / l;
- Total hydrocarbons: 10 mg / l.
For each of these pollutants, the maximum daily flow is specified in the registration dossier.
In the case of instant withdrawals, no measurement result shall not exceed twice the prescribed limit value.


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The connection to a collective wastewater treatment plant, urban or industrial, is allowed only if the collective sanitation infrastructure (network and treatment plant) is able to convey and treat the effluent and sludge resulting from treatment in good conditions. A discharge permit is established by the (s) Manager (s) and sewerage collection system.
Subject to authorization connection to the sewage plant, the concentration limits imposed on the effluent leaving the site do not exceed:
- MEST: 600 mg / l;
- COD: 2000 mg / l;
- Total hydrocarbons: 10 mg / l.
For temperature, flow and pH, discharge permit in the public network sets the value to be respected.
Unless otherwise specified, the above limits apply to levies, measures or means tests carried out in twenty-four hours.
In the case of instant withdrawals, no measurement result shall not exceed twice the prescribed limit value.

Section V: Effluent Treatment

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Effluent treatment facilities are designed and operated so as to face the flow variations, temperature or composition of the effluent to be treated.
The main parameters to ensure their proper operation are measured periodically. The results of these measurements are entered in a computerized register and possibly kept in the operational records for five years.
If unavailability or dysfunction treatment facilities may lead to exceeding the limits imposed by this order, the operator shall arrange to remedy as soon as possible and to reduce the pollution emitted by limiting or if necessary stopping the activity.
treatment devices are properly maintained. They are drained and priests regularly at a frequency to ensure proper operation. In any case, postponing the operations of emptying and cleaning may not exceed two years.
A device for sealing the drainage system of polluted rainwater is implanted so as to keep the waters on the site in case of malfunction of the treatment plant.

When changing oil, checking the proper functioning of the closure is also performed. The cleaning of the monitoring sheets of the processing device and destroyed or reprocessed waste treatment slips are made available for the inspection of classified installations.

Article 38
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The application of sludge, waste, effluents and by-products is prohibited.

Chapter IV: Air emissions
Section I: Introduction
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All necessary arrangements are made for the establishment is not at the origin of dust emission that may disturb the neighborhood and affect the health and safety of the public, even in the period 'inactivity. As such, the operator describes the different sources of dust emissions, as well as diffuse channeled, and defines all necessary measures implemented to avoid or limit the transmission and spread of dust.
Special provisions, in terms of design and construction (installation depending on the wind, the surrounding buildings, trees, curtains, etc.) that the operation of the facility, are implemented so to limit the emission of dust.
Depending on the particle size and moisture products or non-hazardous inert waste, loading and unloading operations require devices to prevent the emission of dust, such as:
- Suction hood and connected to a waste treatment facility;
- Misting;
- System adapting the height of free fall during spills.
When the storage of products or inert non-hazardous waste are outdoors, storages are moistened to prevent airborne dust when dry weather and wind speed requires.
Fillers (for items less than 80 microns) should be contained (bags, containers, silos, closed buildings). If applicable, the silos must be equipped with level control devices so as to prevent overflow. The air escaping from these silos should be dusted.

Section II: Emissions to the atmosphere

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The operator ensures monitoring of air quality by measuring dust fallout.
The number of measurement points the conditions in which measuring devices are installed and operated are described in the registration dossier. A point to determine the level of ambient dust ( "noise") is provided.
The operators involved in a measuring network of air quality that includes dust fallout measures can be exempted from this obligation if the existing network allows to properly monitor the effects of their releases.
The speed and wind direction are measured and recorded continuously. Failing a weather station used by the operator, the data from the nearest weather station is retrieved. The stored or retrieved data are kept available to the inspection of classified installations.
The provisions of this Article shall not apply to installations running on a single period of a maturity of up to six months.

Section III: Emission limit values ​​
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The methods of measurement, sampling and analysis applicable reference are set by the decree of 7 July 2009 referred to above.
The flue gas flow is expressed in cubic meters per hour reported to temperature standard conditions (273 K) and pressure (101.3 kPa) after the water vapor (dry gas).
The total dust concentration channeled emissions is less than:
30 mg / Nm3;
1 kg / hour discharge.
The limits are imposed on the measures, means samples and analyzes made over a period of half an hour.
The operator sets up a network for measuring tracking dust fallout in the environment. This monitoring will be done either by the method of platelet deposition or, preferably, by the method of impact gauges.
Dust fallout measurements by the platelet deposition method are carried out in accordance with the NF X 43-007, Version December 2008.

Dust fallout measures by the fallout gauge method are carried out in accordance with the NF X 43-014, Version November 2003

Chapter V: Emissions in soils


This chapter does not contain a provision.

Chapter VI: Noise and vibration

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The sounds emitted by the installations are minimized.
Delivery of raw materials and shipping products are preferentially during the daytime.

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The measures noise emissions are made using the method defined in Annex I of this Order.
Subject to more stringent defined in the planning documents or noise prevention plans, noise emissions of the installation are not originally in areas regulated emergence of a superior emerging values eligible defined in table 1 below:



Table 1 - Levels of emergence
NOISE ROOM EXISTING
in areas regulated emergence
(including sound installation)
EMERGENCE ELIGIBLE FOR THE PERIOD || | from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.,
except Sundays and holidays
EMERGENCE ELIGIBLE fOR tHE PERIOD
from 10 p.m. to 7:00
and on Sundays and public holidays to Superior
35 and less than or equal to 45 dB (A)
6 dB (A)
4 dB (A)
Greater than 45 dB (A)
5 dB (A) 3 dB
(A)
In addition, the noise level on the property line of the facility does not exceed, when in operation 70 dB (A) for the period of day and 60 dB (A) for night period unless the residual noise for the period exceeds this limit.
In the event that particular noise of the establishment is tonal, with established or cyclically, its appearance duration does not exceed 30% of the operating time of the establishment in each of the day or night periods defined in point 1.9 of Annex I to this order.


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Transport vehicles, materials handling and construction equipment used comply with the provisions in force concerning the limitation of their noise emissions.
The use of all acoustically by communication devices (sirens, alarms, speakers, etc.), annoying to neighbors, is prohibited, unless their use is reserved for the prevention and reporting of serious incidents or accidents.


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The facility is built, equipped and operated so that its operation is not causing vibrations in neighboring buildings that could compromise the health or safety of the neighborhood or be a nuisance to it.

Chapter VII: Waste

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With the exception of Article 48, the provisions of this chapter do not apply to inert non-hazardous waste received by the facility.
The operator shall take all necessary steps in the design and operation of facilities for proper waste management of its business, including:
- Limit to source the quantity and toxicity of waste;
- Sort, recycle, recover its manufacturing by-products;
- Ensure treatment or pre-treatment of its waste;
- Ensure for final waste, whose volume is strictly limited storage in the best possible conditions.
Generally, the operator organizes waste management in conditions to ensure the preservation of the interests referred to in Article L. 511-1 and L. 541-1 of the Environmental Code. It ensures that the destination facilities that intermediaries have the authorization necessary registration or declaration and approval.


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The operator performs within its establishment of waste separation in order to facilitate their treatment or disposal in specific sectors.
Waste and scrap products are stored before their revaluation or disposal under conditions presenting no risk of pollution (prevention of leaching by rain water, a pollution of surface and groundwater, fly ash and odors) for the surrounding population and environment.

The amount of waste stored on the site does not exceed the monthly capacity produced or, in case of external treatment, a normal batch of shipment to a recovery or disposal.
The operator maintains a register characterizing and quantifying all hazardous waste generated by its activities (nature, tonnage, disposal method, etc.). It emits a tracking slip when it submits its waste to third.

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The only waste that can be received on the grip of the plant are non-hazardous inert waste as defined by the decree of 6 July 2011 on the conditions of admission of inert waste in facilities under headings No 2515, 2516 and 2517 of the nomenclature of classified installations.
The operator ensures the traceability of waste from the installation in accordance with the Decree of 29 February 2012 referred to above.

Chapter VIII: Monitoring of emissions
Section I: Introduction
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The operator sets up an emissions monitoring program in accordance with Articles 50 to 53. The measurements are performed under the responsibility of the operator and expense.
The methods of measuring, sampling and analysis applicable reference are set by the decree of 7 July 2009 referred to above or, if applicable, according to regulatory standards.
At least once a year, measures on liquid discharges are performed by a body approved by the Minister responsible for classified installations.
The Installations Inspectorate may prescribe any samples or controls it may deem necessary for the protection of the environment. The costs are then borne by the operator.

Section II: Air emissions

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The operator shall send every year to Installations Inspectorate review the results of dust fall measurements, with his comments, particularly taking into account the weather conditions, significant changes in the measured values, the levels of production and area likely to emit dust.
The frequency of dust fall measurements is at least quarterly. This periodicity can be arranged depending on local climatic conditions (average speed and directions seasonal prevailing winds, rainfall, sunshine).
The operator indicates in its registration application file type of the monitoring network, the number of records, duration of exposure and the months of the year on which are carried out surveys.
During the first year of operation, the operator shall carry out, under conditions representative of the activity, a measure of each channeled discharge points. Thereafter, the frequency of measurements is triennial. These checks are carried out by a body authorized by the Minister responsible for classified installations.
The provisions of this Article shall not apply to installations running on a single period of a maturity of up to six months.

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The operator sets up a monitoring sound emissions from the installation to estimate the value of the emergence generated in areas regulated emergence. The measurements are performed according to the method described in the schedule to this Order or, if appropriate, according to regulatory standards. These measurements are performed under conditions representative of the operation of the plant over a period of at least a half hour.
A measure of the noise level and the emergence is carried out at least every three years by an individual or a qualified organization restricts ownership and regulated emergence zone.

Section III: Emissions to water
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The extent of polluted rainwater (EPP) is performed according to the frequency indicated in the table below for pollutants listed below, from a sample taken over a period of twenty-four hours proportionally to the flow . POLLUTANTS


FREQUENCY COD (on non decanted effluent)
Total suspended solids Total Hydrocarbons

for CPEs discharged into a sewage treatment plant
The frequency of sampling and analysis is at least annually. The first control is performed in the first six months of operation of the installation.


For Epp discharged into the natural environment

The frequency of sampling and analysis is the biannual minimum.
If, for a period of at least twelve consecutive months, the results of half-yearly analyzes are lower than those provided for in Article 35, the frequency of sampling and analysis may be at least annually.
If a result of an analysis is superior to the parameters specified in Article 35, the frequency of sampling and analysis should be back to the six-monthly minimum for twelve continuous months.
The measurement results are made available for the inspection of classified installations.
The provisions of this Article shall not apply to installations running on a single period of a maturity of up to six months.

Section IV: Impacts on air


This section does not contain provisions.

Section V: Impacts on surface water


This section does not contain provisions.

Section VI: Impacts on groundwater
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If the operation of the installation would result in the direct or indirect release of pollutants in the Annexes to the Decree of 17 July 2009 referred to above, monitoring is in place to ensure that the introduction of these pollutants into groundwater does not cause deterioration or trends significant and sustained increase in pollutant concentrations in groundwater.

Section VII: Annual Statement of emissions


This section does not contain provisions.

Chapter IX: Implementation
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The Director General of Risk Prevention is responsible for the implementation of this Order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Appendix




SCHEDULE METHOD OF MEASUREMENT OF NOISE EMISSIONS
This method of noise measurement of a classified facility is applicable to the measure property lines in noise levels of the institution and to measure the emergence in areas where the latter is limited.
The measurements are performed in accordance with the AFNOR NF S 31-010 "Description and measurement of environmental noise. - Specific measurement methods "(December 1996), supplemented by the provisions below.
This standard sets two measurement methods that differ in the means to implement and accurate results. The measurement method is to use the method known as "expertise" as defined in paragraph 6 of the standard. However, a simple control of adherence may be effected in the so-called "control" defined in point 5 of the standard. In this case, a conclusion as to the compliance of noise emissions of the establishment may be drawn if the result of the measurement differs from the limit value in question (or emergence permissible level) of more than 2 dB (A).
1.
1.1 Definitions. continuous sound pressure level
weighted equivalent "short", LAeq, t
Sound pressure level weighted equivalent continuous A obtained on a time interval "short". This time interval, called integration time, a symbol for t. The short LAeq is used to obtain a fine distribution of the temporal evolution of acoustic events during the measurement interval. The chosen integration time depends on the duration of the phenomena that we want to highlight. It is generally agreed maturity of 10 s.
1.2. Acoustic level fractile, LAN, t
By statistical analysis of LAeq short, one can determine the sound pressure level weighted exceeded for N% of the time interval considered, referred to as "acoustic level fractile." Its symbol is LAN, t: for example, LA90,1s is the sound pressure level weighted equivalent continuous A exceeded for 90% of the measuring range, with an integration time equal to 1 second.
1.3. measurement interval
time interval during which the quadratic weighted sound pressure is integrated and averaged.
1.4. Observation interval
time interval during which all measurements needed to characterize the noise situation are made either continuously or intermittently.
1.5. reference interval
time interval chosen to characterize a sound situation and to determine representatively noise exposure of people.
1.6. ambient noise

existing total noise in a given situation during a given time interval. It consists of all the noise from all sources near and far.
1.7. especially noise (1)
Component of the ambient noise that can be specifically identified and it is desired to distinguish ambient noise, especially because it is the subject of a request.
For the purposes of this Order, the particular noise is made up of all the noise from the establishment concerned.
1.8. residual noise
ambient noise in the absence of (the) sound (s) individual (s), object (s) of the current request.
1.9. tonal
The sharp tone is detected in a non-weighted third-octave spectrum when the level difference between the band third octave bands and the four third-closest octave (both immediately lower bands and two bands immediately above) at or above the levels specified in table 1 below for the band considered:

tone marked DATA ESTABLISHED oN tHE BASIS
a minimum acquisition of 10 s
50 Hz 315 Hz to 400 Hz
1250
1600 Hz Hz to 8000 Hz

10 dB 5 dB 5 dB

The bands are defined by center frequency octave.
2. Method (point 6 of the standard)
2.1. Measuring equipment (point 6.1 of the standard)
Measures simple compliance check can be performed with a Class 2 measuring equipment, meet the specifications of section 6.1.1 of the standard and for using the technique of short equivalent levels. This device is also compliant with legal requirements for legal metrology of sound level meters. The device carries the periodic verification mark certifying compliance.
If the measurements are used for the finding of an infringement, the meter used is Class 1.
Before each series of measurements, the sound level meter is calibrated.
2.2. measurement conditions (point 6.2 of the standard)
Control of permissible noise levels at property boundaries of the institution, established by the authorization order, is performed at locations designated by this Order. Otherwise, the measurement locations are determined by the respective positions of the plant and areas with restricted emergence, in order to have a satisfactory representation of the potential effect of noise emissions of the installation on inhabited areas.
Control of the emergence takes place at locations deemed most representative of the zones in regulated emergence. In the case of dealing with a complaint, we will favor locations where the discomfort is felt, taking into account normal or usual use of the premises.
2.3. Frequency range (point 6.3 of the standard)
The provisions of the standard are applicable.
2.4. weather conditions (point 6.4 of the standard)
The provisions of the standard are applicable.
2.5. Indicators (point 6.5 of the standard)
Acoustic indicators are intended to provide a brief description of a complex sound situation.
a) check of allowable noise levels at property boundaries
The equivalent level, determined as provided in section 2.6 below, is used.
When the measurement is performed on several intervals, the overall equivalent noise level is obtained by the energy weighted average of the values ​​measured on each interval, taking into account the duration of the period represented by the measurement interval using the formula:
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where:
T is the duration of the reference interval;
LAeq, ti is the equivalent level measured during the observation interval i;
ti is the duration of the period represented by the measurement interval i (with Σti = T).
b) Monitoring the emergence
Different indicators are used depending on the situation.
In the general case, the indicator is the difference between the weighted equivalent continuous pressure levels of ambient noise and residual noise, determined according to item 6.5.1 of the standard.
In certain situations, this indicator is not sufficiently appropriate. These situations are characterized by the presence of intermittent noises, lots of energy carriers but have sufficiently low occurrence of time not to submit to the ear, effect of "mask" the noise of the installation . This situation occurs especially when there is a very discontinuous traffic.

In case the difference LAeq - L50 is greater than 5 dB (A), as emerging indicator is used the difference between the L50 fractile indices calculated on ambient noise and residual noise.
6.5.2 The point of the standard is not applicable, except as regards the provision on the sharp tone.
2.6. Acquisitions data
choice and duration of observation intervals (point 6.6 of the standard)
Measurements are organized to give a value representative of the noise level that exists on the entire period of operation of the business.
period means the period of operation where business is conducted under normal conditions. Typically, this corresponds to the period of production. Outside this period, operations of different nature (maintenance, standby machines, etc.) but generating little or no noise may occur. They are not included in the reference range to avoid a "dilution" of the noise corresponding to normal operation by extending the integration time. However, if these operations are causing noise levels comparable to those of the institution in normal operation, they are integrated into the normal range.
If the operation is taking place in all or part of each day or night periods, the equivalent level is measured separately for each part of the period of operation (which we remember as reference range) located in time slots 7 hours-22 hours or 22 hours 7 hours.
Similarly, the representative value of the residual noise is determined for each measurement interval.
Example 1: activity operated from 7 am to 17 pm 30:
The reference interval is 7 am to 17 pm 30. The decree of authorization sets for a given location, only one allowable noise level.
Example 2: Activity of running 4:00 to 11:00 p.m.:
The three reference ranges are: 4:00 to 7:00, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 11 p.m.. The decree of authorization sets for a given location, three permissible noise levels (one for each reference range).
Example 3: business operating 24 hours 24:
The two reference intervals are 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 7:00. The decree of authorization sets for a given location, two permissible noise levels for each of the daytime and nighttime periods.
The residual values ​​and ambient noise levels are determined by measuring either the entire reference range, ie on several "samples", whose representativeness is essential for a correct conclusion as to the compliance of the installation .
All guarantees are taken to ensure that each measurement location this representativeness:
- Measurements are preferably performed on several different measurement intervals, so as to properly characterize the or the selected reference intervals;
- Measurements of the duration takes into account all phases of the evolution of noise during the entire period of operation, particularly in the case of fluctuating noises;
- The operation of the installation or during the measurements correspond to normal activities; the observation interval includes all cycles of variation characteristics of the activity;
- Measurement of the residual noise takes into account the changes occurring during or reference intervals.
For the determination of each level of ambient noise or residual, cumulative duration of the measurements at each location is at least half an hour, with the exception of a very stable or stable intermittent noise.
If the measured values ​​are close to the limit values ​​(permissible levels and / or emergence), special care will be taken in the selection, duration and number of measurement intervals. 3
. Control method (point 5 of the standard)
The control method is less demanding than the method of expertise on how to implement and measuring equipment to use. It is applicable only relatively simple sound situations, allowing a lower observation period. It does not call for technical short equivalent levels.
The provisions of paragraph 2 above are also applicable to the control method, subject to the following modifications:
- The measuring equipment is a Class 2 meter at least, for the direct determination of the sound pressure level equivalent continuous;

- It can be implemented in case of presence of noise and tone marked in situations requiring the use of a fractile index and described in 2.5 above.
4. measurement report (item 7 of the standard)
The measurement report by the qualified person or organization that performs application control measures applicable regulations to the matters described in Section 7.1 of the standard, except for the reference to the latter, which is replaced by reference in this order.

Did on 10 December 2013.
For the Minister and by delegation:

The Director General of Risk Prevention, P
. White

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