JORF n ° 0204 4 September 2014 page 14665 text no. 4 order of 2 September 2014 General requirements applicable to facilities under the scheme of the registration under the heading No. 2410 (installation where the wood or similar combustible materials) of the nomenclature of classified installations for the protection of the environment NOR: DEVP1403460A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2014/9/2/DEVP1403460A/jo/texte interested Publics : operators of installations classified for the protection of the environment (ICPE) under the regime of registration under the heading of the nomenclature of the ICPE 2410 (installation where the wood or similar combustible materials).
Subject: creation of the General requirements applicable to facilities under the scheme of the registration under the heading No. 2410.
Entry into force: the text comes into force the day following its publication.
Notice: this order seeks to define the technical rules that must be implemented by the operators of the ICPE under the regime of registration under the heading 2410 to prevent and reduce the risk of accident or pollution.
References: this text can be accessed on the Legifrance (http://legifrance.gouv.fr) site.
Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy, having regard to Regulation No 1272/2008/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC, and amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006;
Having regard to directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for Community policy in the field of water.
Having regard to the code of the environment, inter alia, articles L. 211 - 1, L. 220 - 1, L. 511 - 2, L. 512 - 7, D. 211 - 10, D. 211 - 11 and R. 211 - 94;
Mindful of 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 concerning the declaration, classification, packaging and labelling of the substances;
Considering the Decree of 23 January 1997 concerning the limitation of noise emitted into the environment by installations classified for the protection of the environment;
Considering the Decree of 21 November 2002 as amended concerning the reaction to fire of building and landscaping products.
Considering the Decree of 14 February 2003 relating to the performance of roofs and roof coverings exposed to an external fire.
Considering the Decree of 22 March 2004 amended concerning resistance to fire of products, elements of construction and works;
Considering the Decree of 31 January 2008 on the register and the annual statement of emissions and waste;
Having regard to the order of 7 July 2009 on the procedures for analysis in air and water in the ICPE and reference standards;
Considering the Decree of 17 July 2009 laying down measures for the prevention or limitation of the introduction of pollutants into groundwater.
Considering the Decree of October 4, 2010, on the prevention of accidental risk within the installations classified for the protection of the environment subject to authorisation;
Having regard to the opinion of the professional organisations concerned;
Having regard to the comments made during the public consultation conducted from February 27, 2014, to March 20, 2014, in accordance with article L. 120 - 1 of the environment code.
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This order sets out the requirements applicable to classified installations subject to registration under the heading No. 2410. It does not apply to existing facilities already authorised under the heading No. 2410.
These provisions shall apply without prejudice to:-special requirements which may be accompanied by the order of registration in the conditions laid down by articles L. 512-7-3 and L. 512-7-5 of the code of the environment;
-other laws as well as diagrams, plans and other policy and planning documents approved.
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Definitions. For the purposes of this order, means: 'Green wood': non-dried wood and containing at least 30% humidity (mass of water/mass of dry wood) ratio-defined and expressed in %.
'The wood first transformation': cutting of round wood by sawing, peeling, slicing or shredding.
'Second wood transformation': additional machining operations, Assembly, processing or finishing using the primary processing of wood products.
'Land application': any application of waste or effluent on or in agricultural soils.
"Emergence": the difference between the weighted equivalent continuous pressure levels has ambient noise (installation operation) and the residual noise (in the absence of the noise generated by the installation).
«Events»: surfaces standard, pressure known explosion (the material and the surface of the vent are set by the constructor, according to design standards and building standards, leading to some pressure from break; this type of surface is often encountered on the filters dust for example). The vent must remain attached to the walls on which it is attached and do not become fragmented.
'Related products': falls or wood residue (may come from the first or the second transformation.
'Powdery product': product, which is in the form of light powder, floury product. Is considered as granular product composed of more than 20% of particles whose diameter is greater than 100 mm.
'Closed structure': closed on 100% of its perimeter structure.
'Soufflables area': surfaces that may be more fragile than the structure and relatively low pressure (windows, cladding...) the volume.
"Vacuum system": A system of suction of sawdust and chips include capture devices on machines, a network transport of sawdust and shavings captured, a unit of aspiration-dust for filter captured polluted air, a system of nine air designed to compensate, either in whole, in part, be volumes of air extracted by the installation of suction and a place of storage of sawdust and shavings captured.
«Mezzanine»: surface height occupying maximum 50% of the surface of the lower level of the cell and which has no enclosed room. Beyond this limit, the surface is considered a level.
'Level': a same surface available for storage or other activity floor.
"Biogenic VOCs": VOC that is produced by living organisms.
'Regulated emergence areas':-the Interior of buildings inhabited or occupied by others, existing at the date of the filing of registration dossier, and parts thereof external possible closest (Court, garden and terrace) excluding buildings located in areas intended to receive activities craft or industrial;
-Constructible zones defined by against third parties planning documents and published on the date of the filing of registration dossier;
-the Interior of buildings inhabited or occupied by third parties that have been implanted after the date of application for registration in the Constructible zones defined above, and their outside parties any nearest court, Garden, terrace, excluding those of buildings located in areas intended to receive of craft or industrial activities.
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Installation is located, carried out, and operated in accordance with the plans and other documents attached to the application for registration.
The operator lists and justifies as necessary all arrangements for the design, construction and operation of the facilities in order to comply with the requirements of this order.
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The operator establishes and maintains a file containing the following documents:-a copy of the applications for registration and the folder that accompanies it.
-the registration file maintained and dated based on changes to the installation;
-order of registration issued by the prefect, as well as all arrested prefectural pertaining to the installation;
-the results of measurements on the effluent and the noise of the past five years;
-Register bringing together all the statements of accidents or incidents made the inspection of installations classified;
-the various documents provided by this order, namely:-the location map of the risks (cf. art. 8);
-register indicating the nature and the quantity of dangerous products detained (see);
-the general plan of preparations (cf. art. 9);
-data sheets of safety of the products present in the installation (see);
-register indicating the dates of cleaning (see);
-the supporting documents attesting properties of fire resistance of the premises at risk (cf. art. 11);
-operating instructions (cf. art. 25);
-(s) register (s) of verification (s) periodical (s) and maintenance of equipment (see);
-the register of industrial water sampling measurement results (cf. article 28);
-the collection of wastewater systems plan (see article 29);
-the register of waste (cf. art. 51);
-the programme of monitoring of emissions (cf. art. 52).
This record is held at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations.
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The facility is located at a minimum distance of 10 metres from the property limits.
The installation is located not above or below premises inhabited or occupied by others.
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Without prejudice to the urbanism regulations, the operator adopted the following provisions, necessary to prevent flights of dust and various materials:-taxiways and parking areas for vehicles are furnished (forms of slope, coating, etc.), and properly cleaned;
-vehicles leaving the facility do not deposit of dust or mud on the taxiway. For that provisions such as the washing of wheels vehicles are provided in case of need;
-the around the installation, if possible, surfaces are grassed or vegetated and screens of vegetation established.
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The operator takes the appropriate provisions that allow to integrate the installation in the landscape.
The entire system is kept clean and maintained permanently.
The vicinity of the installation, under the control of the operator, are constructed and maintained in a good state of cleanliness. The emissaries of rejection and their periphery are being particularly careful.
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The operator identifies, under his responsibility, the parts of the installation which, due to the characteristics qualitative and quantitative of the materials used in artwork, stored, used or produced, are likely to be responsible for a disaster that may have direct or indirect impact on the interests mentioned in article L. 511 - 1 of the environment code.
The operator wishes to provision of the services of fire and rescue and the inspection of classified installations a general plan workshops and stores with a description of the dangers for each local with these risks and making it easier to fire and rescue services.
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Without prejudice to the provisions of the labour code, in particular has operator documents enabling them to know the nature and risks of the dangerous products in the installation, safety data sheets.
The operator maintains a record of the nature and quantity of the dangerous products held, to which is annexed a general plan of preparations. This register is kept at the disposal of the fire and relief services.
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The premises are kept clean and regularly cleaned, particularly so as to avoid clusters of dangerous or polluting materials and dust. Cleaning equipment is adapted to the risks posed by the products and dust.
I. - Additional provisions for likely release flammable dust equipment: a.-facilities are cleaned regularly, and at least at least twice a year, dust covering the ground, walls, structures, paths of cables, ducts, pipes, appliances and equipment.
The frequency of cleaning is fixed under the responsibility of the operator and specified in the organisational instructions. Cleaning dates are indicated on a register kept at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations.
Cleaning is, everywhere possible, realized using vacuum or suction plants. The device used for cleaning all characteristics the security necessary to prevent fire and explosion and is suitable for products and dust. The use of other means of cleaning such as brooms or unusually compressed air use subject special instructions.
Facilities are freed from any product or flammable materials which are not necessary to the functioning of the institution.
B. - Without prejudice to the provisions of the labour code, all the provisions are implemented to limit the emission of dust in equipment (cowling, suction, gravity... recovery system).
C. - Measures are taken to avoid an explosion or fire and limit their spread and consequences when they occur. Points of access (door or other opening) are planned to enable relief projecting extinguishing agents inside confined preparations (containers, silos, farms buildings).
D. - An automatic warning device indicates any failure of facilities of capture which is not directly detectable by the occupants of the premises.
E. - Operation of production machinery is slaved to the functioning of the equipment of aspirations when they exist.
F. - Filters are under pedestals and are protected by (except technical impossibility) vents leading to the outside.
The storage of recovered dust occurs outside the workshop, outside any area at risk identified in article 8.
All measures are taken to avoid the formation of sparks.
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I. - The premises of closed structure characteristics of reaction and resistance to the fire following minimum: books:-load-bearing external walls or systems poles-beams: R 60;
-inner sanitary walls: EI 60.
-flooring/floor: REI 60;
-doors and shutters: EI 60.
-roofing and roof covers: BROOF (t3);
Cantonment: DH 60;
Daylighting: class d0.
The other premises and buildings have the characteristics of reaction and resistance to the fire following minimum: books:-exterior walls: R-30.
-sanitary walls: EI 30;
-flooring/floor: REI 30;
-doors and shutters: EI 30;
Roofs and roofing covers: BROOF (t3);
Daylighting: class d0.
The openings made in sanitary items (passage of ducts and pipes, conveyor belts) are equipped with devices ensuring a firewall level equivalent to that required for such separative elements.
The surface of mezzanines is up to 50% of the surface of the level ground of the workshop.
The supporting documents attesting the fire resistance properties are preserved and kept at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations.
II. - The galleries and tunnels of carriers / suction are designed to facilitate all work maintenance, repair or cleaning of the elements of the carriers.
Preparations are designed in a way to reduce the number of areas favouring accumulations of dust, such as planar horizontal surfaces (outside), wall coverings or floors that can easily remove dust, tangles of pipes, remote inaccessible places, bumps etc.
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I. - The operator shall keep available to the of fire and rescue services of the specific instructions for the emergency access to all places.
The facility has continuously to access at least to allow intervention of fire and rescue services at any time.
For the purposes of this order, "access to the facility" means an opening connecting port service or public and within the site sufficiently sized to allow the entry of rescue gear and their implementation.
Vehicles whose presence is related to the operation of the facility were stationed without causing discomfort to the accessibility of the gear by the emergency services from external traffic lanes at the facility, even outside the hours of operation and opening of the facility.
II. Accessibility of equipment close to the installation: A track 'gear' at least is kept open for traffic on the perimeter of the facility and is positioned so that you can be blocked by the collapse of any part of this installation.
This 'gear' track meets the following characteristics:-the usable width is at least 6 meters, the height to the minimum of 4.5 metres and less than 15% slope;
-cornering of less than 50 metres inside radius, inner radius R than 13 metres is maintained and an extra-wide S = 15/R meters is added;
-the track is resistant to the load-bearing capacity calculated for a vehicle of 320 kN with a maximum of 130 kN per axle being distant from 3.6 meters at maximum.
-each point of the boundaries of the facility is at a maximum distance of 60 meters of this track;
-obstacle is located between access to installation or airway scales and track 'gear '.
In case of impossibility of setting up a 'gear' to track traffic on completeness of the boundaries of the facility and if all or part of the route is in deadlock, the forty last metres of the part of the track in impasse are a useful minimum width of 7 metres and 20 metres in diameter turning area is provided at the end.
III. - Moving gear of relief within the site: to allow the crossing of rescue gear, any section of track 'gear' of more than 100 linear meters has at least two so-called crossover, judiciously positioned, areas whose characteristics are:-useful width of 3 meters in addition to the gear track;
-minimum length of 15 meters, with at least the same qualities of slope, force bearing and height track 'gear '.
IV. Implementation scales station: for all equipment located in a building of height greater than 8 meters, at least two facades are served by at least one channel "scale" for traffic and aerial ladders station layout. This scale is directly accessible from track gear defined in II.
Since this path, a scale going to at least the height of the building can be arranged. Track meets, on the other hand, the following characteristics:-the width is at least 4 meters, the length of the parking lot at least 10 meters, the slope up 10%;
-cornering of less than 50 metres inside radius, inner radius R than 13 metres is maintained and an extra-wide S = 15/R meters is added;
-no air barrier hinders the manoeuvre of these scales in a vertical position of all the way;
-the distance from the facade is 1 metre minimum and 8 metres maximum for parallel to the building parking and less than 1 meter for perpendicular to the building parking;
-the track is resistant to the load-bearing capacity calculated for a vehicle of 320 kN with a maximum of 130 kN per axle being remote of 3.6 metres up and presents a minimum puncture resistance of 88 N/cm2.
Furthermore, for any equipment located in a building of several levels with at least a floor located at a height greater than 8 meters over the level of access of relief, on at least two fronts, this "ladder" route provides access to openings.
These openings allow at least access by stage for each of facades featuring track scale and have a minimum height of 1.8 m and a minimum width of 0.9 metre. Shutter or the chassis component these access covers open and are still accessible from the outside and the inside. They are easily identifiable from the outside by the emergency services.
V. - Establishment of the hydraulic since gear device: from each channel 'gear' or 'scale' is provided access to all exits of the building or at least two opposing sides of the facility by a stabilized 1.80 metre wide path at least.
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Fire risk premises are equipped with top of natural smoke and heat (SHEVS), comply with standard NF EN 12101-2, version December 2003, allowing the escape to the open air of the flue gases, combustion gases, heat and unburnt products released in case of fire.
These devices consist of outfalls to automatic and manual control (or automatic). The useful surface of opening of all of the outfalls is not less than 2% of the surface area of the local.
Natural smoke and heat evacuation devices are to adapt to the specific risks of the installation.
In order to balance the smoke extraction system and distribute it in an optimal way, SHEVS of utilised between 1 and 6 square metres is planned for 250 square metres of projected roof area.
In normal operation, reset (closing) is possible from the ground of the local or from the area of smoke. These manual aperture controls are placed within close access and installed in accordance with the standard NF S 61-932 or equivalent and updated version.
The action of a security command cannot be reversed by another command.
All devices installed in reference to standard NF EN 12 101 - 2, version December 2003, have the following characteristics:-type opening system B (opening + closing);
-reliability: class RE 300 (security implementation 300 cycles). BI outfalls are subjected to 10 000 cycles of ventilation opening;
-classification of the snow at the opening overload is SL 250 (25 daN/m2) for altitudes less than or equal to 400 metres and SL 500 (50 daN/m2) for altitudes above 400 metres and below or equal to 800 metres. The SL0 class is usable if the siting region is not likely to be snowy or constructive provisions prevent the accumulation of snow. Above 800 meters, outfalls are class SL 500 and installed with constructive provisions preventing the accumulation of snow;
-temperature class ambient T (00);
-B300 heat exposure class.
Inlets of fresh air of an area equal to the surface of the outfalls are carried out either by opening in front, through vents connected to ducts, or through the doors leading to the outside.
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I. - Installation is equipped with appropriate hazards, including fire-fighting means: 1 ° a means to alert the fire departments and rescue;
2 ° of one or more stationary of fight against fire (water intakes, posts, for example) a network public or private diameter nominal DN100 or DN150 implanted so that any point of the boundary of the facility is located within 100 metres of a device to provide a minimum of 60 meters flow cubes per hour for a period of at least two hours with the sockets conform to current regulations to allow the service of fire and rescue to feed on these devices. Devices are distant between them 150 metres maximum (the distances are measured by routes on fire and emergency equipment). Failing that, a reserve of water of at least 120 cubic meters intended to extinction or any other equivalent means is accessible in all circumstances and at a distance of the installation receiving the opinion of the departmental services for fire and rescue. This device has the sockets comply with the standards in force for the fire and rescue service to feed and provide a flow rate of 60 m 3/h. The operator is able to justify to the prefect the effective availability of the runoffs as well as sizing;
3 ° of fire extinguishers spread inside the facility when it is covered, outdoor areas and in places risk specific close clearances, clearly visible and easily accessible. Extinguishing agents are appropriate to the risks from combat and compatible with the stored substances.
II. - Means of firefighting are able to operate efficiently regardless of temperature installation and especially during freezing.
The operator provides or have carried out periodic and checking the maintenance of material safety and fire in accordance with the repositories into force. These checks are recorded on a register on which the follow-up given to these audits are also mentioned.
The locations of fire-fighting and fire extinguishers fixed appliances are materialized on floors or buildings (for example through pictograms).
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Pipes carrying fluids dangerous or unhealthy and collection of effluent polluted or potentially are watertight and resist the action of physical and chemical products that are likely to contain. They are properly maintained and are subject to periodic examinations appropriate to ensure their good condition.
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In those parts of the installation referred to in article 8 and identified as that may be at the origin of an explosion, electrical, mechanical installations, hydraulic and pneumatic conform to the provisions of the Decree of 19 November 1996 referred to above.
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The operator shall keep at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations the elements justifying its electrical installations are carried out in accordance with the rules in force, kept in good condition and verified. These checks are recorded on a register on which the follow-up given to these audits are also mentioned.
Metallic equipment are electrically grounded in accordance with the regulations and standards.
The materials used for daylighting do not produce, during a fire, drops inflamed.
If there is a boiler room, it is located in a space exclusively reserved to this effect or isolated from the rest of the installation by a REI 120 wall. Any possible communication between the boiler room and other spaces is done either by an equipped two doorsets sas flame of degree half an hour, equipped with a door closer, either through a fire door EI 120.
The outside of the boiler are installed:-a valve on the burner supply line, to stop the flow of fuel.
-a fuse stopping the operation of the fuel pump;
-a device audible and Visual warning, in case of malfunction of the burners, or other equally effective alert system.
Heating installation and its annexes cannot be achieved only by hot water, steam generated by a thermal generator or another system with an equivalent level of safety.
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The operator shall implement the provisions of section III of the Decree of October 4, 2010 above.
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Without prejudice to the provisions of the labour code, the premises are adequately ventilated to prevent the formation of explosive or toxic atmosphere. In the atmosphere of the ventilation outlet is positioned as far as possible buildings inhabited or occupied by third parties and the suction of outside air intakes, and at high enough given the height of the surrounding buildings to promote dispersal of the gases and at least 1 meter above the ridge.
The shape of the vent system, including in the nearest part of the outlet to the atmosphere, is designed to maximize the ascension and the dispersion of pollutants into the atmosphere.
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Each technical room, technical Cabinet or part of the facility identified under the provisions of article 8 due to the consequences of a loss likely to occur has a smoke detection device. The operator draws up a list of these detectors with their functionality and determines the maintenance operations to maintain their effectiveness over time.
The operator is able to demonstrate the relevance of the sizing for these devices to detect and, where appropriate, of sprinkler. It organizes biannual frequency at least the maintenance checks and tests in accordance with the repositories into force which reports are required at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations. These checks are recorded on a register on which the follow-up given to these audits are also mentioned.
In the case of installation of automatic fire extinguishing systems, these are designed, installed and maintained regularly in accordance with recognized repositories. These checks are recorded on a register on which the follow-up given to these audits are also mentioned.
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In those parts of the installation identified according to the provisions of article 8 due to the risk of explosion, the operator sets up soufflables events/surfaces dimensioned according to the standards in force.
These soufflables events/surfaces are prepared (e) s to avoid generating projection à hauteur d'Homme explosion.
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I. - Any storage of a liquid that might create a water or soil pollution is associated with a holding capacity with a volume at least equal to the greater of the following two values: 100% of the capacity of the largest tank.
50% of the total capacity of the associated reservoirs.
This provision is not applicable to the treatment of waste water ponds.
For storage of containers of lower unit capacity exceeding 250 litres, holding capacity is at least equal to:-in the case of flammable liquids, 50% of the total capacity of drums;
-in any other case, 20% of the total capacity of drums;
-in all cases 800 litres minimum or equal to the total capacity when that one is less than 800 litres.
II. - Holding capacity is tight to the products that it may contain and resistant to physical and chemical fluid action. It is the same for its shutter device which is kept closed.
The seal (s) tank (s) partner (s) must be controlled at any time.
Products recovered accident cannot be dismissed only in accordance with this order or are disposed of as waste.
The tanks or receptacles containing incompatible products are not associated with a same retention.
Storage of flammable liquids, as well as other products toxic or hazardous for the environment, is allowed under the ground level in tanks in masonry pit, or equivalents, and for flammable liquids in the above conditions.
III. - When the retentions are outdoors, they are emptied as soon as possible of stormwater is spilling.
IV. - Soil areas, and local storage or handling of materials hazardous to human or likely to create a pollution of the water or soil is waterproof and equipped to collect washwater and widespread accidentally materials.
V. - All steps are taken to collect all runoff likely to be polluted in a claim, including waters used during a fire, so that they are recovered or treated to prevent any pollution of the soil, sewers, streams or the natural environment and water. This containment can be achieved by devices inside or outside the building. Internal devices are forbidden when hazardous materials are stored.
If device containment outside the building, channeled material is collected, either gravity or through autonomous lift systems, and then converge on this specific capacity. Case of autonomous lift systems, the operator is able to justify at any instant a maintenance and maintenance of these devices. Regular tests are also conducted on such equipment.
When confined inside the building, the drain holes are closed by default. When confined to the outside, from flow vents of these devices are equipped with an automatic filling device to ensure this confinement when likely to be polluted waters are likely. Any way is implemented to prevent the spread of fire by these flows.
The volume required to this confinement is determined as follows. The operator calculates the sum:-the volume of water required for fire-fighting, on the one hand;
-the volume of product released by this fire, on the other;
-the volume of water bound weather 10 litres per square metre of surface drainage to the work of containment where containment is external.
The collected waters of extinction are removed to the centres for waste treatment appropriate or released to the environment after being treated by one or more devices of adequate treatment for treating pollutants in the presence. If released to the environment, the operator must justify the absence of pollution created by this rejection.
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Operator shall designate one or more persons referring with a knowledge of the conduct of the installation, the dangers and disadvantages that operation induced, products used or stored at the facility and the provisions to be applied in the event of incident.
People outside the establishment were not free access to facilities.
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In those parts of the installation listed in article 8, installation or repair work can be carried out only after development of a document or folder includes the following:-the definition of hazardous activity and the corresponding specific prevention resources phases;
-adaptation of equipment, facilities and devices in the nature of the operations to carry out as well as the definition of their conditions of service;
-instructions to give to the people in charge of the work;
-the organization established to ensure the first aid in an emergency;
This document or folder is established, on the basis of an analysis of the risks associated with the work, and referred by the operator or by a person that he will be named. When the work is done by an outside contractor, the document or folder is signed by the operator and the external firm or whom they have named.
The previous compliance can be achieved through the development of the prevention plan defined in articles r. 4512-6 et seq. of the labour code when this plan is required.
In those parts of the installation with risks of fire or explosion, it is forbidden to make fire form any, except for work having been subject to a specific document or folder complies with the preceding provisions. This prohibition is displayed in clear characters.
Of the good realization of the work is checked by the operator or his representative before the resumption of activity. She is the subject of a registration and is held at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations.
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Without prejudice to the provisions of the labour code, instructions are established, maintained and displayed in areas frequented by the staff.
These instructions indicate inter alia:-the prohibition to make fire in a form, including the prohibition of smoking in areas of risk of fire or explosion;
-ban on all burning in the open air;
-the obligation of the "prevention plan" for the affected parts of the installation;
-the conditions of storage of the products;
-procedures for emergency stop, safety of the installation (electricity, networks of fluids);
-the measures to be taken if a leak on a container or piping containing hazardous substances;
-the terms of implementation of isolation of the collection network devices, laid down in article 22;
-extinguishing to use in case of fire;
-the warning procedure with the phone numbers of the person in charge of intervention of the establishment, the fire and rescue services, etc.;
-the obligation to inform the inspection of installations classified accident.
All staff, including acting, consists in the application of these instructions.
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The operation of the installation is compatible with the objectives of quality and quantity of the waters referred to in IV of article L. 212 - 1 of the environment code.
The values prescribed emission limits are those laid down in this order or those journals to downward and presented by the operator in his file in order to integrate the objectives presented in the paragraph above and respect, in the Middle off mixing zone, threshold values and environmental quality standards defined by the Decree of 20 April 2005 above supplemented by the Decree of January 25, 2010 above.
For each pollutant, the rejected flow is less than 10% of eligible flux through the middle.
The design and operation of facilities to restrict water flows and pollutant flows.
Articles 27 to 31 and 34-37 are applicable when water is taken for industrial use (e.g. wood veneer).
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Collection is not located in an area where permanent quantitative distribution measures were imposed in respect of article L. 211 - 2 of the environment code.
If the water sampling is carried out, including by derivation, a watercourse in its slick cover or in a water body or channel powered by this stream or this slick, it is of a maximum capacity of less than 1,000 m3 per hour.
Refrigeration open circuit is prohibited.
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Water withdrawal facilities are equipped with a totalizing measuring device. This device is raised daily if the sample flow is likely to exceed 100 m3/d, weekly if this flow is less. These results are shown on a record possibly computerized and stored in the folder of the installation.
When connecting on a public network or on drilling in water, the book is equipped with a backflow prevention device.
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It is prohibited to establish direct links between wastewater collection systems to undergo treatment or be destroyed and the receiving environment, except for incidental cases where the safety of persons or facilities would be impaired.
Aqueous effluent discharged from facilities are not likely degrade the installation networks or release toxic or flammable products in these networks, possibly by mixing with other effluents. These effluents contain no substances likely to interfere with the proper functioning of the structures of the site.
Collectors conveying water polluted by flammable or likely to be, are equipped with effective protection against the danger of the spread of flames.
The collection of wastewater systems plan reveals collected sectors, the points of connection, manholes, inlets, lifting, measuring positions, manual and automatic valves. It is kept in the folder of the installation.
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The points of discharge into the natural environment are also reduced as possible.
Rejection structures allow a good dissemination of the effluent in the receiving environment and a minimization of the mixing zone.
Effluent discharge devices are designed so as to reduce as far as possible the disruption to the receiving environment in the vicinity of the point of rejection, based on the use of water in the immediate vicinity and downstream of it, and do not interfere with navigation.
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On each pipe effluent discharge are provided a point of sampling and measurement (flow, temperature,... pollutant concentration) points.
These points are located in a section whose characteristics (correctness of upstream behaviour, quality of walls, flow regime, etc.) can achieve representative measurements in such a way that the speed is not significantly slowed by thresholds or obstacles located downstream and that effluent be sufficiently uniform.
These points are arranged so as to be easily accessible and provide interventions safely. All arrangements are also made to facilitate the intervention of outside organizations at the request of the inspection of classified installations.
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Stormwater unstained with no impairment of their original quality are evacuated by a specific network or in the natural environment if the specific network is non-existent and after justification by the operator with the absence of pollution created by this rejection.
Storm water may be polluted by runoff on the lanes of traffic, parking, loading and unloading, and other impervious surfaces, are collected by a specific network and processed by one or more devices of adequate treatment for treating pollutants in the presence.
These treatment devices are in accordance with the standard NF P 16-442 (version 2007 or later version) or any other European or international standard equivalent.
These facilities are drained (hydrocarbons and sludge) and curates when the volume of the sludge reaches half of the useful volume of the scrubber and in all cases at least once per year, unless justification provided by the operator relating to the postponement of this operation on the basis of regular Visual checks recorded and kept at the disposal of the inspection. In any case, the report of this operation will not exceed two years. Monitoring of hydrocarbon separators decanters cleaning sheets, the certificate of compliance to the standard and treatment of wastes destroyed or retired slips are kept available to the inspection of classified installations.
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Venting direct or indirect effluent into groundwater are prohibited.
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All aqueous effluent are channelled.
The dilution of the effluent is prohibited.
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The requirements of this section apply only to direct discharges to the natural environment.
The operator justifies that the daily maximum rate exceeds not 1/10 of the interannual mean flow of the watercourse.
The temperature of the effluent discharged is less than 30 ° C and their pH is between 5.5 and 8.5 or 5.5 and 9.5 if there are alkaline neutralization.
Changing color of the receiving environment, measured in a representative point of the mixing zone shall not exceed 100 mg Pt/l.
The receiving waters, releases do not induce outside the mixing zone:-a rise in temperature of more than 1.5 ° C for the salmonid waters at 3 ° C for cyprinid waters and 2 ° C for water shellfish;
-temperature 21.5 ° C for the salmonid waters, at 28 ° C for cyprinid waters and at 25 ° C for water intended for the abstraction of drinking water;
-a pH outside the following ranges: 6-9 for salmon, cyprinid waters and bathing water; 6, 5-8, 5 for water intended for food production and 7-9 for shellfish waters;
-an increase of more than 30% of suspended solids and a change higher than 10% the salinity for shellfish waters.
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Wastewater discharged to the natural environment, comply with the following concentration limit values, depending on the authorized maximum daily flow.
For each of the pollutants discharged by installing flow maximum daily is to be specified in the registration dossier.
Total solids 35 mg/l cod (not decanted effluent) 125 mg/l BOD5 mg/l Article 37 in 30 more on this article...
The connection to a collective, urban or industrial sewage, is allowed only if the collective sanitation (network and sewage) infrastructure is able to deliver and treat effluent and sludge resulting from this treatment in good conditions. Authorization of spill and, where appropriate, a convention of spill are established with the competent authorities in charge of the sanitation and collection system network.
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The channeled stormwater discharges meet the following concentration limits, subject to the compatibility of the releases with pollution levels defined below with the objectives of quality and quantity of the waters referred to in IV of article L. 212 - 1 of the environment code: total solids 35 mg/l cod (on not decanted effluent) 125 mg/l total hydrocarbons 10 mg/l BOD5 30 mg/l Section 5 : Article 39 effluent treatment learn more on this article...
The spreading of sludge, waste, effluents and by-products is forbidden.
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Dust, polluting gases or odors are captured at the source and channelled, except in the case of a bona fide technical impossibility. Without prejudice to the rules relating to hygiene and safety of the workers, releases conform to the provisions of this order.
Preparations of products powdery, volatile or odorous, that could lead to emission diffuse pollutants in the atmosphere, are confined (containers, silos, buildings closed...). Handling facilities, transfer and transport of these products are, unless justified technical impossibility, fitted with devices of rollover and aspiration to reduce emissions in the atmosphere. If necessary, the suction devices are connected to effluent treatment equipment to comply with the provisions of this order. Equipment and corresponding facilities also meet the prevention of the risk of fire and explosion (events for the drying towers, precipitators...).
Treatment facilities are maintained at least once a year.
The operator shall keep at the disposal of the inspection of classified installations constructor data as well as the elements justifying its treatment equipment are carried out in accordance with the rules in force, maintained in good condition and verified at least annually. This audit also contains the measurement of suction speed.
In case of variation of this speed, the operator justifies the character or not to more comprehensive measures allowing a return to nominal suction speed.
When the storages of powdery products are in the open air, the moistening of the storage or the spraying of additives to limit flights by time dry are allowed.
The storage of other products in bulk (bark, continuous of green wood...) is directed to the extent possible in covered spaces. Failing that, special provisions both at the design and construction (implementation depending on the wind...) of the holding are implemented.
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The points of discharge into the natural environment are also reduced as possible. If multiple release points are required, the operator justifies in his registration dossier.
Effluents are collected and rejected to the atmosphere, after any treatment, through chimneys to allow a good dissemination of releases. The form of ducts, particularly in their nearest part of the outlet to the atmosphere, is designed to maximize the ascent of gases in the atmosphere. The location of these pipes is as there may be no time siphoning of the effluent discharged into nearby air vents or ducts. The contours of the ducts are not angular point and the variation of the cross-section of the ducts in the vicinity of the outlet is continuous and slow.
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Methods of measuring, sampling and analysis, reference date laid down by the Decree of 7 July 2009 referred to above.
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The height of the chimney (difference between the elevation of the outlet in the open air and the average elevation of the ground at the concerned place) expressed in metres is determined, on the one hand, depending on the level of emissions of pollutants to the atmosphere, on the other hand, based on the existence of obstacles that may interfere with the dispersion of the gas.
This height, which may not be less than 10 metres is a justification in the dossier accompanying the application for registration, in accordance with the provisions of annex I.
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The gaseous effluent flow is expressed in cubic metres per hour reported at standard conditions of temperature (273 k) and pressure (101,3 kPa) after deduction of the water vapour (dry gas). Pollutant concentrations are expressed in gram or milligram per cubic metre narrated to the conditions of temperature and pressure.
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I. - Gaseous effluents meet the limit values shown in the table below depending on the hourly flow. Where the same pollutant is emitted by various channelled releases, limit values applicable to each piped release are determined as appropriate on the basis of the total flow of all channeled and diffuse discharges.
POLLUTANTS 1 EMISSION LIMIT VALUE. Total dust: hourly flow less than or equal to 1 kg/h hourly Flux is greater than 1 kg/h 40 mg/m3 100 mg/m3 total releases dust of the installation do not exceed 50 kg/h. II. -The limit values apply to measures, levies and average analyses carried out on a representative hour of normal activity of the installation.
In the case of instant samples no measurement result exceeds twice the prescribed limit value.
A total dust is measured at least every three years by an approved body.
In the case of these periodic measurements, the average of all measurements performed during a surveillance operation does not exceed the emission limits and none of the hourly averages is greater than 1.5 times the value emission limit.
If the total hourly flow of dust is greater than 5 kg/h, the operator shall conduct a daily assessment of its rejection in dust. Where fugitive emissions are a significant part of the authorized flow, these emissions are evaluated periodically.
III. -, for all other substances likely to be rejected by the installation, gaseous effluents respect the values concentration limits specified in table depending on the hourly flow prescribed in annex II.
IV. - The operator strives to reduce its biogenic VOC emissions, using the techniques available at a reasonable cost.
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All necessary measures are taken so that the establishment is not at the origin of odorous emissions likely to disturb the neighbourhood and affect the health and public safety.
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Direct discharges into the soil are prohibited.
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I. - Limits noise: noise emitted by the facility are not originally in areas of emerging regulated, of an emergence than the eligible values defined in the following table: ambient noise level existing in areas of emerging regulated (including installation noise) eligible for the period EMERGENCE ranging from 7 hours to 22 hours, excluding Sundays and days holidays EMERGENCE eligible for the period ranging from 22 hours to 7 hours , as well as on Sundays and days holidays than 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 at the edge of ownership of the facility does not exceed when it is in operation, 70 dB (A) for the period of day and 60 dB (A) for the period of night, except if the background noise for the period exceeds this limit.
In the case where the particular sound of the establishment is to tone marked within the meaning of point 1.9 of the Appendix of the Decree of 23 January 1997 referred to above, established or cyclical, the duration of its appearance does not exceed 30% of the duration of operation of the establishment in each day / night period defined in the above table.
II. - Vehicles, construction vehicles: vehicles, material handling and construction equipment used within the facility comply with the provisions in force concerning limitation of their noise emissions.
The use of all communication through the acoustic devices (sirens, horns, speakers, etc.), inconvenient for the neighbourhood, is forbidden, unless their job is exceptional and reserved for the prevention and reporting of serious incidents or accidents.
III. Monitoring by the operator of noise emissions: the operator sets up monitoring of noise emissions from the installation for estimating the value of the emergence generated areas regulated emergence. The measurements are made using the method described in the annex to the Decree of 23 January 1997 referred to above. These measurements are performed under representative conditions of the functioning of the facility over a period of half an hour at least.
A measure of the level of noise and the emergence should be performed at least every three years by a person or a qualified organization.
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The operator shall take all necessary steps in the design and operation of its facilities to ensure proper management of waste from its business, including:-limit at source the quantity and toxicity of the waste by adopting clean technologies;
-sort, recycle, valuing its by-products of manufacturing;
-to ensure, for the final waste whose volume must be strictly limited, storage under the best possible conditions.
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The operator shall conduct within its establishment the separation of waste (whether hazardous or not) so as to facilitate their treatment or disposal in specific sectors.
Waste and residues are stored before their reclamation or disposal, under conditions that are not risks of pollution (prevention of leaching by the meteoric waters, pollution of surface and groundwater, flights, and smells) to nearby populations and the environment.
The temporary storage before recycling or disposal of hazardous waste are realized on sealed and protected from meteoric water retention cups.
The amount of waste stored on the site does not exceed the monthly capacity produced or, in the case of external treatment, a normal batch of shipment to the disposal facility.
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Waste that cannot be recovered are disposed of in facilities regulated under the environmental code. The operator is able to justify the elimination at the request of the inspection of classified installations.
The operator establishes a register characterizing and quantifying all the waste generated by its activities (nature, volume, branch elimination, etc.). It emits a tracking slip as soon as these hazardous waste shall be given to a third party.
Any free burning is prohibited.
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The operator is implementing a program of monitoring of its emissions under the conditions laid down in article 45. The measurements are performed under the responsibility of the operator and its costs.
Inspection of classified installations may, at any time, make or carry out samples of effluent liquid or gaseous waste or soil, and achieve or do perform measurements of sound levels.
Sampling and analysis costs are borne by the operator.
The results of these measurements are kept available to the inspection of classified installations.
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Where the operation of the facility would lead to show direct or indirect of pollutants contained in the annexes to the Decree of 17 July 2009 above, surveillance is implemented to ensure that the introduction of pollutants into groundwater does not breakdown or trends upward significant and sustained concentrations of pollutants in groundwater.
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The operator says its pollutant emissions and waste in accordance with the thresholds and criteria of the Decree of January 31, 2008 amended on the register and the annual statement of emissions and waste.
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The Director General of the prevention of risks is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Annex ANNEXES annex I rules of calculation of chimney heights On first calculates the quantity s = k q/cm for each of the pollutants which:-k is a coefficient that is worth 340 for gaseous pollutants and 680 for dust;
-q is the instant theoretical throughput of the particular pollutant emitted to the chimney expressed in kilograms per hour;
-cm is the maximum concentration of the pollutant considered admissible at the level of the ground due to the installation expressed as milligrams per normal cubic metre;
-cm is equal to cr - co where cr is a reference given by the table below value and where co is the annual mean of the concentration measured at the place.
POLLUTANT value of CR sulphur oxides 0.15 0.14 0.15 hydrochloric acid 0.05 lead 0.000 dust nitrogen oxides 5 Cadmium 0.000 5 in the absence of measurements of pollution, co may be taken at a standard rate as follows: oxides of sulphur oxides of nitrogen dust little polluted area 0.01 0.01 0.01 moderately urbanised or moderately industrialized area 0.04 0.05 0.04 highly urbanized or highly industrialized area 0.07 0.10 0.08 for other pollutants , in the absence of measures, co may be neglected.
It then determines which is equal to the largest of the s values calculated for each of the pollutants.
The height of the chimney, expressed in metres, must be at least equal to the thus calculated hp: hp = s1/2 (R T) - 1/6 where: s is defined above;
R is the gas flow rate expressed in cubic metres per hour and counted at the actual temperature of the gas ejection;
T is the difference, expressed in kelvin between the temperature at the outlet from the chimney and the average annual temperature of ambient air. If T is less than 50 kelvins, adopting the value of 50 for the calculation.
If a facility is equipped with several fireplaces, or if there are in the vicinity of other releases of the same pollutants to the atmosphere, the calculation considered stack height is performed as follows: two fireplaces i and j, of heights respectively hi and hj, are considered as dependent if the three following conditions are simultaneously fulfilled: the distance between the axes of the two chimneys is less than the sum : (hi + hj + 10) (in meters);
Hi is greater than half of hj;
HJ is greater than half of hi.
It thus determines the set of dependent chimneys of the considered chimney height is at least equal to the value of hp calculated for the total pollutant mass flow considered and the total volume flow of the gases emitted by all of these fireplaces.
If there are in the vicinity of natural or artificial obstacles liable to disturb the dispersion of the gas, the height of the chimney should be corrected as follows:-the hp value is calculated taking into account other releases when there;
-are considered obstacles structures and buildings, including one housing the facility studied, simultaneously fulfilling the following conditions:-they are located at a horizontal distance (expressed in meters) less than 10 hp + 50 axis of the considered chimney;
-they have a width greater than 2 metres;
-they are seen from the chimney seen under an angle greater than 15 ° in the horizontal plane;
-either hi altitude (expressed in metres and taken over the average level from the ground to the part of the reporting fireplace) a point of an obstacle at a distance horizontal (expressed in metres) the axis of the considered chimney di, and Hi defined as follows:-di is less than or equal to 2 hp + 10, Hi = hi + 5;
-If di is between 2 hp + 10 and 10 hp + 50, Hi = 5/4 (hi + 5) (1 - di / [10 hp + 50]);
— Hp the largest Hi calculated values for all points of all obstacles set out above,
the stack height must be greater than or equal to the largest Hp and hp values.
The discharge velocity of the gas market continues is not less than 8 m/s if the chimney considered emission rate exceeds 5,000 m3/h, 5 m/s if this flow is less than or equal to 5,000 m3/h.
Annex annex II ELVS for discharges to the ATMOSPHERE i. - Gaseous effluents meet the limit values shown in the table below. Where the same pollutant is emitted by various channelled releases, limit values applicable to each piped release are determined as appropriate on the basis of the total flow of all channeled and diffuse discharges. For the determination of the flows, channelled emissions and fugitive emissions are taken into account.
POLLUTANTS 1 EMISSION LIMIT VALUE. Total dust: hourly flow less than or equal to 1 kg/h hourly Flux is greater than 1 kg/h 100 mg/m3 40 mg/m3 2. Oxides of sulphur (expressed as sulphur dioxide): hourly flow greater than 25 kg/h 300 mg/m3 3. Oxides of nitrogen (expressed as nitrogen dioxide): greater than 25 kg/h 500 mg/m3 hourly flow 4. Chloride hydrogen and other gaseous inorganic compounds of chlorine (expressed as HCl): hourly flow greater than 1 kg/h 50 mg/m3 5. Fluorine and inorganic fluorine (gas, vesicles and particles) compounds (as HF): hourly flow greater than 500 g/h 5 mg/m3 for gaseous compounds 5 mg/m3 for the whole of the vesicles and particles units of manufacture of phosphoric acid, phosphorus and phosphate fertilizer 10 mg/m3 for gaseous compounds 10 mg/m3 for the whole of the vesicles and particles 6. Volatile organic compounds (1): has) general cases: total rejection of volatile organic compounds except methane:-hourly flow total exceeds 2 kg/h 110 mg/m3(exprimée en carbone total de la concentration globale de l'ensemble deles de composés) b) case of use of a technique of oxidation to remove VOCs: total rejection of volatile organic compounds except methane 20 mg/m3 (expressed as total carbon) or 50 mg/m3 (expressed as total carbon) if the removal efficiency is greater 98% NOx (in NO2 equivalent) 100 mg/m3 CH4 50 mg/m3 CO 100 mg/m3 c) specific volatile organic compounds: organic compounds total hourly flow exceeds 0.1 kg/h Acetaldehyde (acetic aldehyde) 20 mg/m3 (total concentration of all compounds) acid acrylic 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 Triethylamine Xylenol 2,4,6-trichlorophenol 2,4,5-trichlorophenol (except 2, 4-dimethyl) d) Substances which are assigned hazard H340 statements , H350, H350i, H360D or H360F or the risk phrases R 45, R 46, R 49, R 60, R 61 and halogenated of mentions of H341 or H351 hazards or labelled R 40 or R 68 substances, as defined in the Decree of 20 April 1994 referred to above: hourly maximum flow of the entire installation greater than or equal to 10 g / h 2 mg / m3 VOC (the value refers to the mass of different compounds sum) organic compounds volatile halogenated of statements H341 or H351, hazards or labelled R 40 or R 68:-maximum hourly flow of all greater than or equal to 100 g/h installation 20 mg/m3 (the value refers to the mass amount of different compounds) 7. Metals and metal compounds (gaseous and particulate): a) discharges of cadmium, mercury and thallium, and their compounds: total hourly flow of cadmium, mercury and thallium, and their compounds exceeds 1 g/h 0,05 mg/m3 by metal 0.1 mg/m3 for the sum across the metals (expressed in Cd + Hg + Tl) b) discharges of arsenic, selenium and tellurium, and compounds thereof, other than those referred to 11 ((: Total hourly flow of arsenic, selenium and tellurium, and their compounds, exceed 5 g/h 1 mg/m3 (expressed as + Se + Te) c) releases of lead and its compounds: total hourly flow of lead and its compounds exceed 10 g/h 1 mg/m3 (expressed in Pb) d) releases of antimony, chromium, cobalt, copper, Tin, manganese, nickel, vanadium and zinc , and compounds thereof, other than those referred to in 11: hourly Flux total antimony, chromium, cobalt, copper, Tin, manganese (*), nickel, vanadium, zinc exceeding 25 g/h 5 mg/m3 (expressed as Sb + Cr + Co + Cu + Sn + Mn + Ni + V + Zn) 8. Releases of various gaseous substances: a) Phosphine, phosgene: hourly Flux of phosphine or phosgene exceed 10 g/h 1 mg/m3 for each product b) hydrocyanic acid expressed as HCN, bromine and inorganic gaseous compounds of bromine expressed in HBr, chlorine expressed as HCl, hydrogen sulphide: hourly flow of hydrocyanic acid or bromine and inorganic gaseous compounds of bromine or chlorine or hydrogen sulfide exceed 50 g/h 5 mg/m3 for each c) ammonia product : Hourly flux of ammonia exceeding 100 g/h 50 mg/m3 9. Other fibres: quantity of fibres, other than asbestos, updates work exceeds 100 kg/year.
1 mg/m3 for fibre 50 mg/m3 for total dust (1) the requirements of the c and d free no the compliance of the a and b. (*) and their compounds II. -The limit values apply to measures, levies and average analyses carried out over a period of half an hour.
In the case of instant samples no measurement result exceeds twice the prescribed limit value.
In the case of self-monitoring, defined in article 59, permanent (at least a representative measurement per day), none of the averages on twenty-four hours of normal operation exceeds the emission limits and no hourly average exceeds 1.5 times the value emission limit.
In the case of periodical measurements, the average of all measurements performed during a surveillance operation does not exceed the emission limits and none of the hourly averages is greater than 1.5 times the value emission limit.
Guide of justification as indicated in article 3 of the above-mentioned Decree, the operator lists and justifies as necessary all arrangements for the design, construction and operation of the facilities in order to comply with the requirements of this order. In particular, all justifications in the registration dossier with regard to the various items of the order are described below. The same plane can have several information and descriptions.
Only the order is to set the content of the requirements to justify.
REQUIREMENTS JUSTIFICATIONS to bring in the folder of application of registration Article 1 the installed electrical power of woodworking workshops is set by the operator in his registration dossier.
Article 2 (definitions) No.
Article 3 (conformity of the installation) No.
Article 4 (classified installation folder) No.
Article 5 (settlement) Plan of implementation of the premises and buildings.
Articles 6 (flight of dust) Descriptions of the planned measures.
Article 7 (integration in the landscape) Descriptions of the planned measures.
Article 8 (location of risk) general Plan workshops and stores showing different areas of risk.
Article 9 (State of hazardous products and stocks) No.
Article 10 (clean install) I:-equipment intended for the cleaning of areas;
-GHG-emitting sources of dust and their devices plan to limit dust emissions.
Articles 11 (fire behaviour) detailed Plan of premises and buildings and description of the constructive provisions of fire resistance.
Article 12 (accessibility) Plan and descriptive note of the accessibility provisions in the event of technical impossibility of respecting the provisions of article 12, the operator will propose equivalent measures to ensure access to the site for rescue services. These measures must have collected the departmental services for fire and rescue (SDIS) agreement and this certificate of the sample must be included in the registration dossier. These arrangements can then be educated for the opinion of the CODERST.
Blogs 13 (smoke) Description of the smoke with note justifying the choice.
Article 14 (means of firefighting) Plan (s) and descriptive note of the security arrangements put in place, the independent fire of industrial water supply network.
Description of the measures taken to ensure the availability of water in all circumstances.
Where appropriate, notice of the departmental services for fire and rescue with the detail of the facility accepted for the paragraphs relating to fire (location, characteristics and equipment) devices.
Article 15 (tubing) pipe Plan.
Article 16 (equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres) location of the areas concerned.
List of proposed materials.
Article 17 (electrical installations and boiler room) the electrical installation Plan and provided materials.
Indication of the expected heating mode.
Plan local boiler room and equipment.
Article 18 (lightning) analysis risk lightning and technical study.
Article 19 (ventilation of premises) map with location of opportunities outside of the ventilation of premises.
Article 20 (detection system) Description of the system for detection and extinction.
Article 21 (events and soufflables surfaces) the events Plan and soufflables surfaces.
Article 22 (retainers and isolation of the site) list of potentially affected premises and areas and retention mechanisms in place with sizing calculation.
Description of the measures taken to collect the waters that could be polluted a disaster.
Article 23 (facility monitoring) Description of the system of prohibition of access.
Article 24 (work) No.
Article 25 (operating instructions) No.
Article 26 (General principles on the water) when the discharge takes place in a watercourse, it specifies the name of the stream, the name of the mass of waste water as well as the kilometre point. It indicates if it is discharged in a sensitive area as defined pursuant to article R. 211 - 94 of the code of the environment.
The objectives of quality and quantity are fixed in the SAGE, the SDAGE and the programmes of measures set at the level of each river basin. These data and documents are available to water agencies.
For each of the parameters of article 26, the resulting calculation of the formula must be provided.
10% x Nqeparametre x flow of the watercourse > VLE x maximum flow of industrial discharge the EQs for the various parameters are available in the Decree of January 25, 2010 and in the circular of May 7, 2007.
The low flow (QMNA5) is available on the website: http://www.hydro.eaufrance.fr or from the water agencies (see internet addresses above).
The ELVS are laid down in article 36 of this order.
When rejection occurs in a STEP, it specifies the name of the STEP. Subject to the provision of the authorization of spillage in the record of registration or the absence of authorization, a letter from Manager of the STEP indicating the acceptance of the effluent, the installation is then considered meets the requirements of this article.
Article 27 (water withdrawal) Plan implementation and descriptive note by drilling and/or levies.
Justify that the levy is not in an area where permanent quantitative distribution measures were imposed in respect of article L. 211 - 2 of the code of the environment (area apportionment, ZRE). These zones are established by order Prefecture and available in the prefecture. Otherwise, in the case in HAILEY, the threshold of 80 m 3/h can be lowered to 8 m3/h at the request of the operator, who will justify the compatibility of the levy with the rules of the ZRE and prescribed by APC.
Indication of the maximum volume of daily sampling carried out in the public network and/or the natural environment and according to the type of specimen, justification for the compliance with the thresholds taken in article 32.
Description of refrigeration processes implementation where appropriate.
Article 28 (works levies) Plan and descriptive note of the works of levies.
Section 29 (collection of effluent) wastewater collection systems Plan.
Article 30 (discharge points) Plan of discharge points.
Article 31 (points of levies for controls) Plan including the position of the sampling points.
Article 32 (stormwater discharges) Indication of the medium in which stormwater are released.
Networks plan and treatment devices and note justifying the sizing.
Article 33 (groundwater) No.
Article 34 (TLV - General) No.
Article 35 (flow, temperature and pH) specify flow discharges, the discharge temperature maximum, if the rejection is done in the natural environment or in STEP.
Notes justifying compliance with the criterion of rejection if rejection to the natural environment.
If the temperature of the environment test cannot be respected, the operator shall justify that the waters in which releases are are not salmon (data available from the prefecture).
Sections 36 (ELVS - natural environment), 37 (connection to a purification station) Indication of the medium in which effluents are discharged.
The operator justifies appropriate installation pretreatment and/or internal processing installation have a purification sufficient return on the basis of a contractual commitment of the processing system provider.
Article 38 (storm water releases) No.
Article 39 (application) No.
Article 40 (General principles on the air) Plan and descriptive note of the arrangements for the storage of powdery products.
If these provisions are not necessary, note justifying.
Article 41 (points of discharge) Plan and descriptive note of the arrangements made for the capture and possible treatment of air emissions.
Plan of discharge points, if applicable.
Article 42 (measurement points) Plan points of measures, if appropriate.
Article 43 (chimney height) Plan and calculation of the stack height, if applicable.
Articles 44 and 45 (ELVS) No.
Article 46 (smells) Description of the provisions to limit odours, if necessary.
Article 47 (emissions in soil) rationale for the absence of direct discharges into the soil.
Article 48 (noise and vibration) Description of the provisions for limiting the noise.
Articles 49, 50 and 51 (waste) Note describing the type, the nature, quantity and mode of processing waste generated off-site, an array of this type is provided: Type of waste waste Codes (article R 541 - 8 of the code of the environment) Nature of waste Production (annual maximum tonnage) Mode of off-site waste treatment non hazardous waste hazardous item 52 (ELVS) monitoring program (dust).
Article 53 (impact on groundwater) indicate whether emission of pollutants extras in the annexes to the Decree of 17 July 2009.
If emission of pollutants extras in the annexes to the Decree of 17 July 2009 submit the implementation monitoring.
Article 54 (annual statement of emissions) No.
Article 55 (execution) No.
Is September 2, 2014.
For the Minister and by delegation: the Director General of the prevention of risks, P. Blanc