Eleventh Ordinance For The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act (Regulation On Emission Declarations)

Original Language Title: Elfte Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes (Verordnung über Emissionserklärungen)

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Eleventh regulation on the implementation of the Federal Immission Protection Act (Regulation on emission declarations) (11. BImSchV)

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11. BImSchV

Date of delivery: 29.04.2004

Full quote:

" Eleventh regulation implementing the Federal Immission Protection Act (Ordinance on emission declarations) in the version of the Notice of 5. March 2007 (BGBl. 289), as last amended by Article 8 (2) of the Regulation of 2 June 2000. May 2013 (BGBl. I p. 1021) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 5.3.2007 I 289
last modified by Art. 8 para. 2 V v. 2.5.2013 I 1021

For details, see the Notes

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(+ + + text certificate: 6.5.2004 + + +)
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Heading: IdF d. Art. 1 No. 1 V v. 21.12.2006 I 3392 mWv 29.12.2006 Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Scope of application

This Regulation applies to plants requiring approval with The exception of the installations listed in the following points in Annex 1 to the Regulation on installations in need of approval of 2 May 2013 (BGBl. I p. 973) are: 1.6; 1.8; 1.15; 1.16; 2.1; 2.14; 3.11; 3.13; 3.19; 3.22; 3.24; 3.25; 4.5; 4.9; 6.2.2; 7.1.1.2, 7.1.2.2, 7.1.3.2, 7.1.4.2, 7.1.5, 7.1.6, 7.1.7.2, 7.1.8.2, 7.1.9, 7.1.10 and 7.1.11; 7.2; 7.3.1.2 and 7.3.2.2; 7.4; 7.5.2; 7.11; 7.13; 7.14.2; 7.17.2; 7.18; 7.19; 7.20.2; 7.22.2; 7.23.2; 7.25; 7.26; 7.27.2; 7.28.1.2 and 7.28.2.2; 7.29.2; 7.30.2; 7.31.2.2 and 7.31.3.2; 7.32; 8.4; 8.5; 8.6; 8.9; 8.10; 8.11; 8.12; 8.13; 8.14; 8.15; 9.1 and 9.36; 10.1; 10.4; 10.15.1 and 10.15.2.2; 10.16; 10.17; 10.18; 10.25. Where the installations excluded from this Regulation fall within the scope of this Regulation, parts or subsidiary bodies falling within the scope of this Regulation shall be subject to a declaration of emission pursuant to § 3 only for those parts or subsidiary bodies , Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
Emissions from installations emitting air pollution including climate-relevant Substances,
2.
The ratio of the mass of the emissions to the mass of the substances produced or processed, the fuel used or the raw materials used, or the Quantity of used or converted energies,
3.
Energy and mass balance sheets, the juxtapositions of the energies used and the fuels used with the fuels used the converted energies, the substances produced, the waste produced and the emissions,
4.
The exhaust gas of the carrier gases with solid, liquid or gaseous fuels Emissions.
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§ 3 Content, scope and form of the emission declaration

(1) The operator of an installation has a to make a declaration of emissions which is in accordance with the content of the Annex. Emissions shall be indicated for
1.
Substances according to point 5.2.2 class I (e.g. B. Mercury), point 5.2.4 Class I (e.g. B. Arsenic), number 5.2.7 (e.g. B. Arsen and its compounds other than arsenic hydrogen, cadmium and its compounds, nickel and certain nickel compounds) of the Technical Instructions on Air Purpose (TA Luft) of 24. (GMBl p. 511), other very toxic substances *), to the extent that their respective emissions exceed 0.01 kilograms per hour or 0.25 kilograms in the explanatory period, polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans (indicated in Toxicological equivalents in accordance with Annex 2 to the Regulation on the incineration and co-incineration of waste from 2. May 2013 (BGBl. 1021, 1044) and substances having a comparable toxic effect, each of which is to be indicated irrespective of the size of its mass flows,
2.
Sulphur Hexafluoride, nickel compounds other than carcinogenic compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons other than substances referred to in point 1, in so far as their respective emission per plant exceeds the value of 50 kilograms in the explanatory period, trichlorobenzene, hexachlorobenzene and hexachlorocyclohexane, as far as their respective emission per plant exceeds the value of 10 kilograms in the explanatory period, and
3.
further substances, insofar as their respective emission per unit exceeds the value of 100 kilograms in the explanatory period, where, instead of the emissions of individual substances, the indication is also expressed as total parameters of total carbon, dust, nitrogen oxide as nitrogen dioxide and sulphur dioxide may be used as sulphur dioxide.
If no emissions are to be reported for the explanatory period, the information on the "emission-related process" and "emissions" of the Annex may be omitted.(2) The competent supreme state authority or the authority designated by national law may, up to six months before the end of a declaration period, set simplifications of the emission declaration for certain installations. The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, fix a period of time, up to four months before the end of a declaration period, which may be omitted from the information requested in accordance with the Annex.(3) The emission declaration shall, as a general rule, be submitted in electronic form to the competent authority. The format of the electronic form shall be determined by the competent authority up to six months before the end of the explanatory period. At the request of the operator, the competent authority may, in justified cases or on its own account, grant derogations from the provisions set out in sentence 1 or 2.
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The definitions and classification of the Hazardous Substances Ordinance of 26 are valid. November 2010 (BGBl. I p. 1643).
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§ 4 Explanatory period, date of declaration, declaratory statement

(1) The first The declaration period for the emission declaration is the calendar year 2008. Subsequently, an emission declaration shall be issued for each fourth calendar year.(2) The emission declaration shall be up to 31 December 2008. May be issued in the year following the relevant declaration period. At the request of the operator, the competent authority may, on a case-by-case basis, set the time limit until 30 30 June. The renewal request for an emission declaration must be made no later than 30 years. The following year shall be presented in April of the year following the declaration period.(3) In order to submit an emission declaration, it is obligated who has operated the installation in the explanatory period. If the plant is put into operation, decommissioned or temporarily not operated during the explanatory period, the explanatory period shall include the parts of the calendar year in which the plant has been operated. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Determination of emissions

(1) Emissions are to be determined as follows:
1.
Measurements (M) as continuously recorded measurements or representative individual measurements, in particular due to orders pursuant to § 26 or § 28 of the Federal Immission Control Act,
2.
calculations (C) on the basis of substantiated invoices using Emission factors, energy and mass balance sheets or analytical results,
3.
Estimates (E) on the basis of mass balance sheets, measurement results or performance or performance Design data of similar installations, where performance or capacity as well as operating conditions are comparable or by estimations on the basis of comparable bases. Measurements, calculations and estimations are to be considered as equal.
(2) The emission declaration shall indicate the methods according to which the emissions have been determined. The details of the investigative procedure shall be indicated at the request of the competent authority. The documents shall be kept at least four years after the declaration has been issued. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Exceptions

The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, from the obligation to submit an emission declaration , to the extent that air pollution can only be carried out on a small scale from the plant. unofficial table of contents

§ 7 (entry into force, external force)

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appendix

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 292-293)
Emission Statement
Content the emission statement Explanation
Emission Statement The explanation period is to specify the calendar year.
- Explanation period
-Contact person/-in the emission statement
-Name
- Phone/fax/mail address
-Location, date
Operator 1) 
-name
-Address
-Postal code
-location, local part
-street/number
Work/Operations 1)
-Value identification number
-name
-Location
-Postal code
-Location, district
-street/number
-Email address for the electronic mail traffic
-Number of the classification of the industry (NACE-Code)
SourcesThe entry points of the assets or the plants outgoing emissions into the atmosphere (sources) are clearly to be numbered. Not allowed is both the multiple use of a source number and the multiple numbering of one and the same source.
- Description
-number
-label
-Location
-Legal value of source (m)
- High value of source (m)
-Dimensions The location of the sources is indicated by the right-and high-value of the center by the official coordinates used in the countries.
-Surface (qm)
-Geometric Height (m)
Assets 1)The label must be type and the purpose of the asset is clearly visible.
-number
-Label Under utilization, the percentage of actual performance in the installed power is based on the amount of power installed. Declare period of time.
-Number/Column of the attachment to the 4. BImSchV
-Installed Performance/Capacity
-measure number
-device
-Reference
Emission-related substancesAdd only the substances (e.g. B.
Coal, natural gas), from which it is possible to close directly to the emissions from the installations or which are necessary for the preparation of a mass balance. The type of use of the substances that are traded (e.g. B. burned fuel, fuel, product) must be specified.
-Number of asset
-label
-usage type
-calorific value (lower) (kJ/kg)
-Mass Flow (t/a)
The calorific value is to be specified for those substances that are are burned.
Emissions causing operationAn emission-causing process
releases emissions during the explanatory period via one of the sources mentioned in the position sources. The release of the emissions is for a source into several processes (e.g. B. Normal, arrival and departure operations, operational malfunctions), provided that there are clearly different emission or exit conditions in these operations due to different process sections and process sequences.
-Number of asset
-Source number
-number
-Art
-Label
-Total Duration (h/a)
-exhaust gas
-Cleaning-type
-Volumetric flow rate (cbm/h)
-Humidity (Vol-%)Within an installation, the emission-causing processes are to be numbered and numbered consecutively (e.g. B. Firing of heating oil EL, melting of steel).
-Temperature (degrees C)
The volume flow is specified on to obtain the dry normal state (273.15 K; 1013 hPa).
EmissionsEmissions to the Air shall be the sole substance of any declaration subject to declaration in accordance with § 3 (1) and only in individual cases such as B. Specify NMVOC as the sum parameter. In accordance with § 5, they are to be divided into measurements, invoices and estimations.
-Number of asset
-Source number:
-Emission-causing number-number
-Issued fabric
- Label
-Aggregate HealthThe Competent Authority may not specify emissions if emissions are emitted by means of emission factors, e.g. B. by software-based calculation programs.
-Emissions Mass Flow (kg/h)
-Annual Freight (kg/a)
-Investigation type of Annual freight
-M: measured, C: calculated, E: estimated
1)
The information is usually available from the competent authority so that it is only available from the operator. to be updated or supplemented.