Tenth Ordinance For The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act

Original Language Title: Zehnte Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes

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Tenth Ordinance for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (regulation on the texture and the award of the qualities of fuels - 10 BImSchV) 10 BImSchV Ausfertigung date: 08.12.2010 full quotation: "regulation about the condition and the award of the qualities of fuels by 8 December 2010 (BGBl. I S. 1849), by article 1 of the regulation by 1 December 2014 (BGBl. I S. 1890) has been changed" stand : As amended by art. 1 V v. 1.12.2014 I in 1890 for more information on the stand number found in the menu under notes *) this regulation serves the implementation of:-Directive 98/70/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 1998 on the quality of petrol and diesel fuels and amending Directive 93/12/EEC (OJ L 350 of the 28.12.1998, p. 58), which most recently by Directive 2009/30/EC (OJ L 140 of the 5.6.2009, p. 88) has been changed, - Council Directive 1999/32/EC of 26 April 1999 relating to a reduction in the sulphur content of certain liquid fuels and amending Directive 93/12/EEC (OJ L 121 of the 11.5.1999, p. 13), the last by Directive 2009/30/EC (OJ L 140 of the 5.6.2009, p. 88) has been changed.
) The obligations arising under the Directive 98/34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 1998 establishing an information procedure in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules for the services of the information society (OJ L 204 of the 21.7.1998, p. 37), most recently by Directive 2006/96/EC (OJ L 363 of 20.12.2006, p. 81) is has been modified to comply.
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 14.12.2010 +++) (+++ official note of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EGRL 70/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998 L 0070) EGRL 32/99 (CELEX Nr: 31999 L 0032) attention EGRL 34/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998 L 0034) +++) input formula's Decree - the Federal Government on the basis of article 34, paragraph 1 and 3 of the Federal Immission Control Act as amended by the notice of September 26, 2002 (BGBl. I S. 3830), of paragraph 3 article 1, paragraph 3 of the law of November 26, 2010 (BGBl. I p. 1728) inserted has been, after consultation with the interested parties, as well as on the basis of article 34, paragraph 2 and 37 sentence 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act and on the basis of Article 2a paragraph 3 of the gasoline lead law, by article 1, paragraph 3, of the Act of 25 November 1975 (BGBl. I S. 2919) is been inserted, the Federal Ministry for transport, building and urban development and the Federal Ministry for the environment , Nature protection and reactor safety in consultation with the Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs on the basis of § 3 paragraph 1 number 2 2(a) in connection with paragraph 2 number 2 and paragraph 5 sentence 1 and 2 of the inland waterway transport task law, of which paragraphs 1 and 5 last by article 313 number 2 2(a) and (b) of the regulation by October 31, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2407) has been modified and paragraph 2 article 1, point 3 point (b) of the Act by July 19, 2005 (BGBl. I p. 2186) is been changed – the Federal Ministry for transport, building and urban development and the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety after consulting participating districts on the basis of § 38 paragraph 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act, by article 60 number 1 of the Decree of 31 October 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2407) is has been modified: § 1 definitions (1) of this Regulation shall apply the definitions in paragraphs 2 to 15.
(2) "Petrol" is each volatile mineral oil product, including the preparations containing mineral oil by at least 70 weight, where these oils are part of the reason, is the 1st under the subheadings 2710 12 41, 2710 12 45, 2710 12 49, 2710 12 51 or 2710 12 59 of the combined nomenclature and determined 2. for the operation of vehicle internal combustion engines with spark ignition is.
(3) "Diesel fuel" is any gas oil product, including the preparations containing mineral oil by at least 70 weight, where these oils part of reason are the 1st under the subheadings 2710 20 11, 2710-20 15, 2710-20 17 (up to a sulphur content of 0,05% by weight), falls 2710 19 43, 2710 19 46 or 2710 19 47 (up to a sulphur content of 0,05% by weight) of the combined nomenclature and is used to drive vehicles in terms of regulations a 2) Regulation (EC) No 715 / 2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 2007 on type-approval of motor vehicles with respect to emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 5 and Euro 6) and on access to repair and maintenance information for vehicles (OJ L 171 of 29.6.2007, p.1), most recently by Regulation (EU) No. 459 / 2012 (OJ OJ L 142 of the 1.6.2012, p. 16) is has been modified, as well as b) Regulation (EC) no 595 / 2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009 on type-approval of motor vehicles and engines with respect to emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) and on access to vehicle repair and maintenance information, amending Regulation (EC) no 715 / 2007 and Directive 2007/46/EC and repealing directives 80/1269/EEC , 2005/55/EC and 2005/78/EC (OJ L 188 of the astronomy, p. 1, L 200 of the 31.7.2009, p. 52), most recently by Regulation (EU) No. 133 / 2014 (OJ OJ L 47 of the 18.2.2014, p. 1) has been changed.
(4) diesel fuel for use in mobile machines and devices for wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors, as well as for inland waterway vessels and pleasure craft, is any liquid fuel obtained from petroleum, including the preparations containing mineral oil by at least 70 weight, where these oils the basic part are, the 1st under the subheadings 2710 20 11, 2710-20 15, 2710-20 17 (up to a sulphur content of 0,05% by weight) , 2710 19 43, 2710 19 46 or 2710 19 47 (up to a sulphur content of 0,05% by weight) of the combined nomenclature falls and 2 to operate in is determined by compression ignition engines which are mentioned in the following guidelines: a) Directive 94/25/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 June 1994 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to recreational craft (OJ L 164 of the 30.6.1994, p. 15), most recently by Regulation (EU) No. 1025/2012 (OJ L 316 of the 14.11.2012, p. 12) is been modified b) Directive 97/68/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1997 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from internal combustion engines for mobile machines and appliances (OJ L 59 of 27.02.1998, p. 1), the last by Directive 2012/46/EC (OJ L 353 of the 21.12.2012, p. 80) is has been modified, or c) Directive 2000/25/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 2000 relating to measures against the emission of gaseous pollutants and particulate from engines intended for the propulsion of wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors, and amending Directive 74/150/EEC (OJ L 173 of the 12.7.2000, p. 1), the last by Directive 2013/15/EC (OJ L 158 of the 10.6.2013, p. 172) has been changed.
(5) 'Ship fuel' fuels within the meaning of the definition of ISO 8217 everybody extracted liquid petroleum or fuel that is intended for use on a ship or is used on a ship, including force or according to DIN, Edition December 2013혼다 (6) "gas oil for maritime transport" is each ship fuel in accordance with the definition of the DMZ, DMX and DMA grades according to table 1 of the DIN ISO 8217 , Edition of December 2013, without taking into account the sulphur content.
(7) every ship fuel in accordance with the definition of DMB grade "Ship diesel" is according to table 1 of the DIN ISO 8217, edition of December 2013, without taking into account the sulphur content.
(8) "Other marine fuels" are the marine fuel referred to in paragraphs 6 and 7.
(9) "Light oil" is any petroleum product, including the preparations, the synthesis or hydro treatment components or components of biogenic origin contain ACC. DIN, with the exception of the force referred to in paragraphs 3 to 8 and fuels, EN ISO 3405, issue August 2001, at 350 degrees Celsius at least 85 or distillate yields at 360 degrees Celsius at least 95 room hundred parts.
(10) "Heavy fuel" is everybody extracted liquid petroleum or fuel with the exception that in the paragraphs 3 to 9 of above power and fuels ACC. DIN EN ISO 3405, issue August 2001, at 250 degrees Celsius less than 65 space percentages distillate yields.
(11) "importer" is, who introduces fuels commercially or within the framework of economic activities.
(12) "reverse Mixer" is, who mixed fuels commercially or within the framework of economic activities or causes the mixing.
(13) "Wholesale distribution" is, who fuels distributed commercially or within the framework of economic activities and has a storage capacity of more than 1 000 cubic metres. The distribution includes the levy on ships pursuant to sentence 1.
(14) "placing on the market" is any leave to others.
(15) "Combined nomenclature" is the nomenclature referred to in article 1 of Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 of 23 July 1987 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the common customs tariff (OJ L 256 of the 7.9.1987, S. 1, L 341 of the 3.12.1987, p. 38, L 378 of the 31.12.1987, p. 120, L 130 of the 26.5.1988, p. 42), most recently by Regulation (EU) No. 1001/2013 (OJ OJ L 290 of the 31.10.2013, p. 1) is has been modified in force on January 1, 2014.

§ 2 chlorine and bromine compounds (1) fuels for motor vehicles within the meaning of article 1(2) of the road traffic Act may be brought only then professional or in the framework of economic activities on the market, if they contain no chlorine or bromine as an addition.
(2) chlorine - or bromine as an additive to fuel referred to in paragraph 1 may be placed in a professional or in the framework of economic activities in the traffic.
(3) paragraphs 1 and 2 do not apply to the placing on the market for the purpose of research, development or analysis.

Section 3 requirements for petrol; Stock protection grade scheme may be placed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities to the final consumer on the market (1) petrol, if he meets the requirements of the DIN EN 228, Edition October 2014.
(2) a person who offers pursuant to paragraph 1 of the quality of "Super" with more than 5% by volume ethanol petrol, is obliged to offer volume percent at same place of delivery also gasoline pursuant to paragraph 1 of the quality of "Super" with a maximum oxygen content of 2.7% and a maximum ethanol content of 5.
(3) a person who offers pursuant to paragraph 1 of the quality "Super Plus" with more than 5% by volume ethanol petrol, is obliged to offer volume percent at same place of delivery also gasoline pursuant to paragraph 1 of the quality "Super plus" with a maximum oxygen content of 2.7% and a maximum ethanol content of 5.
(4) at drop-off points, where the average of the two previous calendar years, less than 500 cubic meters of petrol were brought under paragraph 1 on the market, the commitments do not apply to paragraph 2 and paragraph 3. The prerequisites of sentence 1 are to be proved by appropriate documents to the competent authority upon request.

Article 4 requirements for diesel fuel, gas oil and other liquid fuels; Sulphur content may be placed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities to the final consumer on the market (1) diesel fuel, if he meets the requirements of DIN EN 590, issue April 2014.
(2) diesel fuel may be marketed to use for mobile machinery, agricultural and forestry tractors and for inland waterway vessels and pleasure craft only then professional or in the framework of economic activities towards the final consumer in the traffic, if its content of sulphur compounds, expressed as sulphur, diesel fuel does not exceed 10 milligrams per kilogram. Other liquid fuels may not be used for inland waterway vessels and pleasure craft, unless they its sulphur content does not exceed the of the sulphur allowed for diesel fuel pursuant to sentence 1.
(3) gas oil for maritime transport may be marketed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities to the final consumer on the market if its content of sulphur compounds, expressed as sulphur to 1.0 grams per kilogram does not exceed gas oil for maritime use.
(4) marine diesel engines may be placed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities to the final consumer on the market if its content of sulphur compounds, expressed as sulphur, does not exceed 15.0 grams per kilogram of marine diesel.

Section 5 may be placed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities towards the final consumer in the traffic requirements for bio diesel biodiesel, if he meets the requirements of DIN EN 14214, issue June 2014. This also applies to bio-diesel as an additive to diesel fuel.

§ 6 must be taken only then professional or in the framework of economic activities as a fuel to the final consumer in the traffic requirements for Ethanolkraftstoff (E85) Ethanolkraftstoff (E85), if he meets the requirements of DIN 51625, August 2008 issue.

Section 7 must be taken only then professional or in the framework of economic activities towards the final consumer in the traffic requirements for LPG fuel LPG fuel, if he meets the requirements of the DIN EN 589, issue June 2012.

Section 8 requirements for natural gas and biogas as fuel (1) natural gas and biogas may be placed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities as fuels to the final consumer on the market if they comply with the requirements of the DIN 51624, February 2008, issue.
(2) natural gas and biogas may be only then, mixed in any ratio, as fuel brought professional or in the framework of economic activities to the final consumer on the market if the finished product meets the requirements of DIN 51624, February 2008, issue.

§ 9 request to vegetable oil fuels (1) vegetable oil fuel - rape - seed oil may be placed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities towards the final consumer in the traffic, if he meets the requirements of DIN 51605, September 2010 Edition.
(2) vegetable oil fuel - all seeds - must be taken only then professional or in the framework of economic activities towards the final consumer in the traffic, if he meets the requirements of DIN SPEC 51623, issue June 2012.

§ 10 sulphur content of fuel oil (1) light heating oil may be marketed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities towards the final consumer in the traffic, if its content of sulphur compounds, expressed as sulphur to 1.0 grams per kilogram does not exceed light fuel oil.
(2) heavy fuel oil may be placed only then professional or in the framework of economic activities to the final consumer on the market if its content of sulphur compounds, expressed as sulphur not exceed 10.0 grams per kilogram of heavy fuel oil. Heavy fuel with higher sulphur contents may only then professional or in the framework of economic activities to the final consumers in the marketed, as far as this heating oil: 1. in accordance with the requirements of the Ordinance on large combustion -, gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems or 2. in accordance with the requirements for the prevention of adverse environmental impacts of the technical guide to clean of air by July 24, 2002 (GMBl. 2002 S. 511) may be used in combustion facilities and ensure , that the maximum emissions of sulphur dioxide are not exceeded by 1 700 milligrams of sulphur dioxide per standard cubic metre heavy fuel oil at an oxygen content in the flue gas of 3 units of volume on a dry basis.

§ 11 equivalence clause the fuels according to § 3 and § 4 paragraph 1, as well as the sections 5 to 9 such fuels are equal, which meet the requirements of other standards or technical specifications which are in force, provided 1 meets these standards or technical specifications with one of the following standards in another Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area or in Turkey, or another Member of the World Trade Organization : a) DIN EN 228, Edition October 2014, b) DIN EN 590, issue April 2014, c) DIN EN 14214, issue June 2014, d) DIN 51625, August 2008 issue, e) DIN EN 589, June 2012 issue, f) DIN 51624, February 2008 issue, g) DIN 51605, issue September 2010, or h) DIN SPEC 51623, issue June 2012, and 2. the fuels meet the climatic requirements , are set in the standards specified under section 1 for the Federal Republic of Germany.

Restrictions (1) fuels according to § 1 paragraph 4 to 10, which are introduced or transferred otherwise within the scope of this regulation and which fall under this regulation are 12 § contact § 4 paragraph 2 to 4 and section 10 only from the time when they are in free circulation are transferred.
(2) the limit values for the sulphur content of certain liquid fuels derived from petroleum, laid down in this regulation do not apply to fuels for use on warships and other military purposes used ships.

§ 13 award of fuels (1) professional or in the framework of economic activities compared to the final consumers brings fuels on the market, who to make visible the quality at the petrol pumps, as well as at the gas station in the following way: 1. sulphur free petrol with a maximum oxygen content of 2.7% and a maximum ethanol content of 5% by volume, of the requirements of DIN EN 228 , Edition October 2014, is sufficient or equivalent is pursuant to section 11, is called "Super sulphur-free" or "Super plus sulphur-free" and the applicable characters after conditioning marked 1a or 1B; the note "Contains up to 5% bioethanol" is clearly visible to attach at the gas pumps.
2.
Sulphur free diesel fuel, which is equivalent to pursuant to section 11 or EN 228, Edition October 2014, meets the requirements of DIN and its oxygen content may exceed 2.7 percentage by mass or the ethanol content of 5% by volume, is called "Super E10 sulphur-free" or "Super plus E10 sulphur-free" and the applicable characters after conditioning 2a or 2b; the dispensers the hints are in addition "Contains up to 10% bioethanol" and "your vehicle E10 compatible? Get manufacturer information! In case of doubt plus stock up on Super or super!"clearly visible to install.
3. diesel fuel, which is equivalent to pursuant to section 11, or EN 590, issue April 2014, complies with the requirements of the DIN is marked with the label "Sulphur-free diesel fuel" and the characters according to annex 3; the note "Biodiesel contains up to 7%" is clearly visible to attach at the gas pumps.
4. fatty acid methyl esters for diesel engines that EN 14214, issue June 2014, comply with the requirements of the DIN or equivalent pursuant to section 11, are marked with the designation of "Biodiesel" and the characters according to annex 4.
5. ethanol is marked for motor vehicles, that meets the requirements of DIN 51625, August 2008, issue or equivalent is according to § 11, named "Ethanolkraftstoff (E85)" with the characters according to annex 5.
6 liquefied gas fuel EN 589, issue June 2012, complies with the requirements of the DIN or is equivalent to pursuant to section 11, is marked with the label "Liquefied petroleum gas" and the characters according to annex 6.
7 natural gas fuels that comply with the requirements of DIN 51624, February 2008 issue, or are equivalent to pursuant to section 11, are marked with the designation "Natural gas H" or "Natural gas L" and the applicable characters after conditioning 7a or 7B.
8 vegetable oil fuel that meets the requirements of DIN 51605, issue September 2010, or equivalent is pursuant to section 11, is featured with called "Canola - oil - vegetable oil fuel" and the characters after conditioning 8a.
9 vegetable oil fuel, which complies with the requirements of DIN SPEC 51623, issue June 2012, or equivalent pursuant to section 11, is called "Vegetable oil fuel - all seeds" and featured the characters according to annex 8 b.
(2) a person who commercially or within the framework of economic activities across fuels with metal-containing additives into circulation the final consumers that is where the information is displayed under paragraph 1 to attach the following marking: "contains metallic additives. Ask your vehicle manufacturer whether these additions for your vehicle are suitable. In case of doubt, use fuel with no metallic additives. "The markings must be clearly visible due to their size and their font must be legible.
(3) light heating oil that is brought pursuant to section 10 paragraph 1 into circulation, can be referred to as "sulfur" be, if their sulphur content not exceeding 50 milligrams per kilogram light fuel oil.
(4) paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply in the field of power and fuels according to section 1, paragraph 4 to 10.

§ 14 verification (1) who commercially or within the framework brings fuels on the market an economic enterprise, has to teach that the fuels 1 requirements in § 3 and § 4 paragraph 1 and in paragraphs 5 to 9 referred to the article 13 Auszeichnungspflichtigen on delivery of the goods in or 2 pursuant to section 11 are equivalent.
The information shall be made in writing. She can be made separately for each single delivery or for several temporally successive deliveries; in this case it is to carry on the first delivery.
(2) party according to § 52 paragraph 3 sentence 1 in conjunction with paragraph 2 sentence 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act, that store fuels according to section 1, paragraph 4 to 10 as a manufacturer, reverse mixer, importers or wholesalers, have to lead tank document books and to submit, upon request, indicating which vendors have supplied the power and fuel.

Article 15 notice the quality of fuel for the operation of motor vehicles (1) who commercially or within the framework of an economic enterprise manufactures motor vehicles or introducing, has to specify certain documents for operation of vehicles in traffic brings to announce the authorized repair shops and dealers, as well as the public in an appropriate manner the recommended and usable fuel grades 1 and 2 in the operating instructions or other for the motorist.
(2) in order to meet the obligations under paragraph 1, it is sufficient that the terms are used according to section 13 of the quality of fuels. The characters according to annexes 1a to 8B may be waived.

On request, exceptions to the requirements of article 3, article 4, paragraph 1, as well as sections 5 to 9 section 16 approve exceptions to (1) that competent authority may as far as this particular occasionally for purposes of research and testing is required and adverse environmental impacts are not expected. The grant is to be.
(2) no exemptions set 1 is required for fuels, which are internally used for research and testing purposes and not brought about public service stations on the market and which can be expected no adverse environmental impacts pursuant to paragraph 1.
(3) the competent authority in consultation with the Federal Office of Economics and export control at the request of approved exceptions to § 4 paragraph 2 to 4 and section 10 for fuels according to section 1, paragraph 4 to 10, as far as compliance with the permissible lead content of sulfur compounds would lead to a significant risk of supply of the consumer with fuels according to section 1, paragraph 4 to 10. The permits can be granted under conditions and associated conditions. The grants are to be limited in time. You can be revoked if the conditions no longer exist for their issuance.

§ 17 accessibility standards DIN, DIN EN and DIN SPEC, ISO, DIN are ISO and DIN EN ISO standards referenced in this regulation at the Beuth-Verlag GmbH, Berlin and Cologne, appeared. The DVGW operational data sheet referred to in article 18, paragraph 1 appeared mbH, Bonn, at the economic und Verlagsgesellschaft gas and water. The DIN, DIN EN and DIN SPEC, ISO, DIN ISO and DIN EN ISO standards and the DVGW worksheet are in terms of archive secured laid down at the German patent and trade mark Office in Munich.

Article 18 monitoring (1) the competent authorities monitor that in the articles 3 to 9 requirements on fuels, as well as the requirements provided in § 13 award duty these fuels based on the DIN referred to in sections 3 to 9, DIN EN and DIN SPEC standards specified test methods and according to the DIN EN 14274, output may 2013, DIN 51750 part 1, Edition December 1990 , and part 2, edition of December 1990, DIN 51610, Edition June 1983 as well as in the DVGW worksheet G 264, issue may 2009, prescribed procedures. By way of derogation specified in DIN EN 590, issue April 2014, and DIN EN 14214, issue June 2014, finds for the determination of total pollution in the review of the fuel marketed the test method according to DIN EN 12662, issue July 2008, continue to apply.
(2) the subject has to submit information to evidence received under article 14, paragraph 1 article 13 at the request of the competent authority. Accountability-according to § 14 paragraph 2, power and fuels according to section 1, paragraph 4 to 10 store, have at the request of the competent authority to present a declaration of the manufacturer or processor mixer about the nature of this power or fuel. If the manufacturer or reverse mixer is not delivered, the Declaration must also include details of the suppliers about the quantity delivered. A form shall be used for the declaration according to the model of Annex 9. The competent authority may set a time limit to the respondents for the submission of the Declaration.
(3) the competent authorities shall monitor by sampling, whether the sulphur content of the used and which meets in traffic brought power and fuels according to § 4 paragraph 2 to 4 and according to § 10. The sampling must be made with sufficient frequency and sufficient quantities so that the results for the tested power and fuel are representative.
(4) the sulphur content in diesel fuel to be used for mobile machinery, agricultural and forestry tractors and for inland waterway vessels and pleasure craft is under monitoring according to paragraph 3 by one of the following test procedures to determine: 1 according to DIN EN ISO 20846, issue January 2012, 2 according to DIN EN ISO 20884, July 2011, Edition or 3rd according DIN EN ISO 13032 , Issue June 2012.
The test procedure serves as a reference method according to DIN EN ISO 20846, issue January 2012, or according to DIN EN ISO 20884 July 2011. (5) for the determination of sulphur content in light fuel oil is within the framework of the monitoring pursuant to paragraph 3 of the following test procedures to use output: 1 according to DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or 2 according to DIN EN ISO 14596 , December 2007 issue.
The test procedure serves as a reference method ISO 8754, December 2003 issue.
Light fuel oil which is "sulfur" excellent, in addition to article 13 paragraph 3 with the term of the following test procedures to use is: 1 according to DIN EN ISO 20846, issue January 2012, or 2 according to DIN EN ISO 20884, edition July is 2011. (6) for determining the sulphur content in heavy fuel oil to use one of the following test procedures in the framework of the monitoring pursuant to paragraph 3 :
1.
According to DIN 51400-3, June 2001, issue 2 according to DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or 3 according to DIN EN ISO 14596, December 2007 issue.
Reference method serves as the test method according to DIN EN ISO 14596, issue December is 2007 (7) for the determination of sulphur content in gas oil for maritime transport, marine diesel and other marine fuels according to § 1 paragraph 8 to use one of the following test procedures in the framework of the monitoring pursuant to paragraph 3: 1 according to DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or 2 according to DIN EN ISO 14596 , December 2007 issue.
Serves as a reference method testing procedures according to DIN EN ISO 8754, Edition December 2003 (8) Supreme Länder authorities competent according to national law or which of them certain authorities shall send an annual overview of the monitoring results the Federal Environmental Agency by no later than 30 April to paragraphs 1 and 3 for transmission to the European Commission.

Article 19 has imports of fuel oil, marine fuel and diesel fuel (1) the importers of fuels according to section 1, paragraph 4 to 10 the authority competent for the first place of destination the broadcast time to report that the authority prior to the arrival of the shipment at the first place of destination becomes aware of them.
(2) the importers of fuels has according to section 1, paragraph 4 to 10 to keep available, as long as the broadcast or parts of the programme there are the customs by the importer of presented quality or certificates of analysis to the first destination of the shipment. The importer has from the time of arrival of the shipment at the first place of destination at least a year to keep the quality and certificates of analysis.
(3) paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply when moving from States of the European Union.

§ 20 offences (1) any person within the meaning of article 62, paragraph 1 No. 7 of the Federal Immission Control Act is, who intentionally or negligently to 1 a) article 2, paragraph 1, article 4, paragraph 2, sentence 1, paragraph 3 or paragraph 4 or § 10 paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 sentence 1 or b) article 3, paragraph 1, article 4, paragraph 1, articles 5 to 8 or section 9, also in connection with article 11 , a burning or fuel brings in the traffic, 2. contrary to article 2, paragraph 2 chlorine - or bromine compounds as additive to fuels on the market brings, 3. contrary to article 3, paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 does not offer a stated fuel, 4. contrary to article 13, paragraph 1 a quality not or not properly visible power, 5. contrary to article 13, paragraph 2 the marking not properly that is incomplete or not in the prescribed manner, 6 contrary to article 14, paragraph 1, sentence 1 does not, not properly or not timely informed the Auszeichnungspflichtigen, 7 contrary to § 14 paragraph 2 not or not properly leads a tank document book or not or not timely, submit to 8 contrary to section 18, paragraph 2, sentence 1 or set 2 not or not timely submit a teaching certificate or a declaration there referred , 9. contrary to article 19 paragraph 1 a message does not, not properly or in a timely manner, 10 contrary to article 19, paragraph 2, sentence 1 holds available the quality or certificates of analysis or not for the prescribed duration, or 11 contrary to article 19, paragraph 2, sentence 2 kept the quality or certificates of analysis does not, or at least a year.
(2) any person is in the sense of article 7 paragraph 1 of the inland waterway transport task law, who intentionally or negligently uses liquid fuel contrary to section 4, paragraph 2, sentence 2.

Article 21 entry into force, expiry this regulation enter into force on the day after the announcement. At the same time the regulation about the sulphur content of certain liquid fuels by June 24, 2002 come (BGBl. I S. 2243), by the Decree of 3 July 2009 (BGBl. I p. 1720, 3140) is has been modified, the regulation on the texture and the award of the qualities of fuels by January 27, 2009 (BGBl. I p. 123) as well as chlorine and bromine compounds fuel additive Ordinance of 17 January 1992 (BGBl. I p. 75) , by article 35 of the law of 21 December 2000 (Federal Law Gazette I S. 1956) is been changed other than force.

Concluding formula the Federal Council has approved.

Annex 1a (to article 13, paragraph 1 number 1) (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1894) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm annex 1B (to article 13, paragraph 1 number 1) (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1894) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm line 1 c (dropped out) Annex 2a (to article 13, paragraph 1 number 2) (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1894) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm annex 2B (to article 13 paragraph 1 number 2) (site : BGBl. I 2014, 1895) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm line 2 c (dropped out) Appendix 3 (to article 13 paragraph 1 number 3) (site: BGBl. I 2010, 1858) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm Appendix 4 (to article 13 paragraph 1 number 4) (site: BGBl. I 2010, 1858) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm Appendix 5 (to article 13 paragraph 1 number 5) (site: BGBl. I 2010) , 1858) ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm in Appendix 6 (to article 13, paragraph 1 No. 6) (site: BGBl. I 2010, 1859) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm line 7a (to article 13 paragraph 1 number 7) (site: BGBl. I 2010, 1859) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm annex 7 b (to article 13, paragraph 1 number 7) (site: BGBl. I 2010, 1859) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm line 8a (to article 13, paragraph 1 number 8) (site : BGBl. I 2014, 1895) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm Annex 8 b (to article 13 paragraph 1 No. 9) Ø = 85 mm up to 100 mm Annex 9 (to § 18 paragraph 2 sentence 4) (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1896) 1 Declaration of the manufacturer or processor mixer about the nature of liquid and fuels the copy number: diesel fuel in accordance with section 1, paragraph 4 gas oil for the maritime traffic pursuant to § 1 paragraph 6 marine diesel according to § 1 paragraph 7 other marine fuels in accordance with article 1, paragraph 8
Light fuel oil in accordance with § 1 paragraph 9 heavy fuel oil in accordance with § 1 paragraph 10 amount in t first destination of the shipment identification data a) density at 15 degrees C according to DIN EN ISO 3675 *, November 1999 Edition, or DIN EN ISO 12185, edition of November 1997, in kg/m3; for heavy fuel oil DIN 51757, January 2011, in kg/m3 Edition: b) viscosity in mm2 / s: at 40 degrees C according to DIN EN ISO 3104, December 1999 Edition: at 40 degrees C according to DIN EN ISO 3104, December 1999 Edition: at 40 degrees C according to DIN EN ISO 3104, December 1999 Edition: at 40 degrees C according to DIN EN ISO 3104 , December 1999 Edition: at 20 degrees C to DIN 51562-1, Edition January 1999: at 100 and 150 degrees C according to DIN EN ISO 3104, January 1999 Edition, DIN 51366, edition of December 2013, or DIN 51562-1, Edition January 1999: c) boiling history; collected amount of distillate in Vol.-%: according to DIN EN ISO 3405, April 2011 Edition, or DIN EN ISO 3924, June 2006 issue: according to DIN EN ISO 3405, April 2011 Edition: up to 180 ° C: up to 250 degrees c to 340 degrees c to 350 degrees c d) sulphur content according to DIN EN ISO 20846, issue January 2012, or DIN EN ISO 20884, July 2011 edition , or DIN EN ISO 13032, issue June 2012, in mg/kg: according to DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or DIN EN ISO 14596, December 2007, in Gew.-% issue: according to DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or DIN EN ISO 14596, December 2007, in Gew.-% issue: according to DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or DIN EN ISO 14596, December 2007 issue , in Gew.-%: according to DIN EN 24260, issued in May 1994, DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or DIN EN ISO 14596, December 2007 issue, in % (m/m) in mg/kg;
According to DIN 51400-3 June 2001, DIN EN ISO 8754, December 2003 issue, or DIN EN ISO 14596, edition of December, 2007, Gew.-%: or award as "Sulphur arm" according to DIN EN ISO 20846, issue January 2012, or DIN EN ISO 20884, July 2011 edition in % (m/m) or mg/kg: place, date and number of test: manufacturer (name and address): signature : 2. additional explanation of the supplier according to § 18 paragraph 2 sentence 3 company name and registered office: quantity delivered: receiver: destination: place, date: signature: _ * reference procedure in case of disputes.