Thirteenth Ordinance For The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act

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

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Thirteenth Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Control Act (Ordinance on Large Fire, Gas Turbine and Combustion Engines-13). BImSchV)

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13. BImSchV

Date of delivery: 02.05.2013

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" Regulation on large-scale fire, gas turbine and combustion engine systems of 2. May 2013 (BGBl. 1021, 1023, 3754), as defined by Article 6 of the Regulation of 28 June 2008. April 2015 (BGBl. I p. 670), "

:modified by Art. 6 V v. 28.4.2015 I 670

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has been referred to as Article 2 of the V v. 2.5.2013 I 1021 by the Federal Government and the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, after consultation of the parties involved, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, In accordance with § 48b of the German Federal Immission Protection Act and with the consent of the Bundesrat, it is decided to comply with the rights of the Bundestag. She's gem. Article 10 (1) of this V entered into force on 2 May 2013. unofficial table of contents

content overview

section 1General rules
§ 1Scope
§ 2Terms of Use
§ 3Aggregation rules
2Requirements for
setting up and running
§ 4Emission limit values for large combustion plants when using solid fuels, excluding biofuels
§ 5Emission limit values for large combustion plants when using biofuels
§ 6 Emission limit values for large combustion plants when using liquid fuels
§ 7Emission limits for large combustion plants Use of gaseous fuels
§ 8Gas turbine plant emission limit values
§ 9 Emission limit values for gas engines
§ 10Emission limit values in operation with multiple Fuels
§ 11Emission limit values to be kept in the annual average
§ 12 combined heat and power
§ 13Essential change of assets
§ 14Carbon capture and compression systems
§ 15Emissions limitation Storage and transport operations
§ 16exhaust conditions for exhaust gases
§ 17 exhaust gas purification
3Measurement and monitoring
§ 18 Mesh places
§ 19Measurement methods and measuring devices
§ 20Continuous measurements
§ 21Exceptions to the continuous measurements requirement
§ 22Evaluation and assessment of continuous measurements
§ 23 Single measurements
§ 24Single-measure reports and assessment
§ 25 Annual reports on emissions
4Common
§ 26Exceptions permit
§ 27More stringent
  Section 5Final Provisions
§ 28Accessibility and equivalence of norms and standards Worksheets
§ 29Administrative Offences
§ 30 Transitional
1
(to § 4 paragraph 1
and 2, § 5 paragraph 1,
§ 6 paragraph 1 and
§ 23 Paragraph 4)

Carcinogenic Substances Emission Limits
Asset 2
(to Appendix 1
letter d)

equivalency factors
Appendix 3
(to § 19 paragraph 1
and § 22 paragraph 3)

Requirements to the Continuous measuring devices and validation of measurement results
Appendix 4
(to § 2 paragraph 5)
conversion formula

Section 1
General Rules

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§ 1 Scope of application

(1) This Regulation shall apply to the establishment, nature and operation of combustion plants, including gas turbine and gas engine installations and gas turbine and gas engines for the propulsion of machinery, with a Combustion heat output of 50 megawatts or more, regardless of which fuels or types of fuel are used.(2) This Regulation shall not apply to the following combustion plants:
1.
Equipment in which the products of combustion are directly intended for heating, drying or to be used for heating or heating. Other types of treatment of objects or materials, such as heat and heat treatment furnaces and blast furnaces,
2.
Post-combustion plants, which are designed to clean the exhaust gases through combustion, and which are not operated as independent combustion plants,
3.
Regenerating facilities of Catalysts for catalytic cracking,
4.
Facilities for the conversion of hydrogen sulphide in sulphur after the Clausal process,
5.
Fireworks in the chemical industry, which serve the immediate heating of goods in reactors,
6.
Coke ovens,
7.
Winderhitzer,
8.
technical devices that are used directly to drive vehicles, ships or airplanes
9.
Gas turbines and gas engines that are used on offshore platforms, and
10.
Assets that are used as Fuel other solid or liquid waste as the waste referred to in Article 2 (6) point 2.
(3) This Regulation contains requirements for combustion plants
1.
to protect against harmful environmental effects in accordance with § 5 paragraph 1 (2) of the Federal Immission Control Act and to use the resulting heat in accordance with § 5 (1) (4) of the German Federal Law Federal Immission Protection Act and
2.
for the fulfillment of air quality requirements of the European Communities or the European Union pursuant to § 48a (1) and (3) of the Federal Immission Control Act.
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§ 2 Definitions

(1) "exhaust gas" within the meaning of this Regulation is the Carrier gas with solid, liquid or gaseous emissions, expressed as a volume flow rate in the unit cubic meter per hour (m³ /h) and based on the exhaust volume in the normal state (temperature 273.15 Kelvin (K), pressure 101.3 kilopascal (kPa)) after deduction the moisture content of water vapour.(2) "Exhaust Gas Purification Device" within the meaning of this Regulation is a device for reducing air pollution, including devices for selective non-catalytic reduction, connected downstream of the firing.(3) "Altanlage" within the meaning of this Regulation is an existing installation,
1.
which is or is not the case in accordance with § 67 (2) or § 67a (1) of the Federal Immission Protection Act or before The entry into force of the Federal Immission Protection Act in accordance with Section 16 (4) of the Industrial Code was to be reported,
2.
for which the first permit for the construction and operation of the trade-in-law was to be notified According to § 4 or § 16 of the Federal Immission Protection Act, before the 27. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union November 2003 has gone into operation or
3.
for the operator before the 27. In November 2002, a full permit for the establishment and operation according to § 4 or § 16 of the German Federal Immission Control Act (Federal Immission Protection Act) has been submitted and the prior to the 27.
() "Existing facility" within the meaning of this Regulation is an asset,
1.
which is the following in accordance with § 67 (2) or § 67a (1) of the Federal Immission Protection Act or prior to the entry into force of the Federal Immission Protection Act, according to § 16 paragraph 4 of the Industrial Code,
2.
for which the first Approval for the establishment and operation according to § 4 or § 16 of the Federal Immission Protection Act before the 7th The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union 1 January 2014, or
3.
for the operator before the 7. In January 2013 a full permit for the establishment and operation according to § 4 or § 16 of the German Federal Immission Protection Act (Federal Immission Protection Act) has been submitted and the prior to the 7.
(5) "Reference oxygen content" within the meaning of this Regulation shall be the volume of oxygen in the exhaust gas given or to be calculated in each case, to which the respective emission limit value shall be based, taking into account the Appendix 4; it is
1.
3 percent for liquid and gaseous fuels firing systems,
2.
6 percent in combustion plants for solid fuels and biofuels,
3.
15 percent at Gas turbine plants as well as
4.
5 per cent for gas engines.
(6) "biofuels" for the purposes of this Regulation are
1.
the products of agricultural or forestry origin made of vegetable material or parts thereof, insofar as they are used to use their energy content, and
2.
The following waste, if the generated heat is used,
a)
Plant waste from the country-and Forestry,
b)
Plant waste from the food industry,
c)
Natural, Non-hazardous woods from the countryside, as far as they are comparable to the wood from forestry due to their material nature,
d)
fibrous herbal waste and leaching from the production of natural pulp and from the production of paper from pulp, if it is co-incinerated at the place of production
e)
Cork Cases,
f)
Wood waste, except for wood waste, which is caused by a (7) "fuels" in the sense of the following: treatment with wood protection products or, as a result of a coating, may contain organohalogen compounds or heavy metals, and which include in particular wood waste from construction and demolition waste
(7) "Fuels" of this Regulation shall be all solid, liquid or gaseous combustible substances, including their non-combustible components, with the exception of combustible substances, in so far as they are within the scope of the Regulation on combustion and Co-incineration of waste.(8) "Diesel fuel" within the meaning of this Regulation is diesel fuel according to DIN EN 590, issue May 2010.(9) 'diesel engine system' within the meaning of this Regulation is a combustion engine system with self-ignition of the fuel which operates in accordance with the diesel principle.(10) "emissions" within the meaning of this Regulation shall be the air pollutants emitted by a plant, expressed as mass concentrations in the unit milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas (mg/m³) or nanograms per cubic metre of exhaust gas (ng/m³) or as Mass flow in the unit Megagram per year (Mg/a); dust emissions can also be specified as a soot count.(11) 'emission limit value' for the purposes of this Regulation shall be the emission of an installation which may be allowed to be discharged into the air, expressed as a mass concentration and based on the relevant reference oxygen content, in the case of dust emission also indicated as permissible soot number.(12) "natural gas" within the meaning of this Regulation is
1.
methane gas, of course, with no more than 20% by volume of inert gases and other components which Requirements of the DVGW working sheet G 260 of May 2008 for gases of the 2. Gas family, as well as
2.
sewage treatment, bio-and mine gases according to DVGW sheet G 262 of September 2011, which are the conditions of the DVGW working sheet G 260 as In this case, the basic gases of the 2 are carried out as an additional gas or as an additional gas for conditioning. (
) 'combustion plant'
the meaning of this Regulation is any plant in which fuel is oxidised for the use of the heat produced.(14) "thermal heat output" for the purposes of this Regulation is the heat content of the fuels referred to the lower calorific value, which is supplied to a plant in continuous operation per unit of time, expressed in megawatts (MW). (15) "gas turbine plant" in the sense of this Regulation is a combustion plant with a rotating machine which converts thermal energy into mechanical work and essentially oxidizes from a compressor, from a combustion chamber in the fuel to heat the working medium , and consists of a turbine.(16) "Gas turbine with additional firing" for the purposes of this Regulation is a gas turbine, the exhaust gases of which are supplied to a downstream firing with its own fuel supply as combustion air.(17) 'gas engine installation' within the meaning of this Regulation is an internal combustion engine installation
1.
with spark ignition of the fuel or
2.
2.
< dd style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none;"> in the case of dual-fuel engines with auto-ignition of the fuel.
(18) "Large combustion plant" for the purposes of this Regulation is a combustion plant that does not have a gas turbine plant or Combustion engine installation.(19) "Light heating oil" for the purposes of this Regulation is heating oil EL according to DIN 51603-1, edition August 2008.(20) 'Multi-fuel combustion' for the purposes of this Regulation is a single combustion engine which can be operated alternately with two or more fuels.(21) "Mixed combustion" means a single combustion engine which can be operated simultaneously with two or more fuels.(22) "Sulphur separation degree" for the purposes of this Regulation shall be the ratio of the quantity of sulphur not discharged from a combustion plant to the air in a given period, to the amount of sulphur in the fuel used in the same period of time in the combustion plant is introduced and consumed, expressed as a percentage.(23) "Internal combustion engine" for the purposes of this Regulation is a combustion plant in the form of a diesel engine installation or a gas engine installation. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Aggregation rules

(1) are used in a common asset within the meaning of Section 1 (3) of the Regulation on installations in need of approval, the exhaust gases of two or more separate combustion plants shall be derived jointly from a chimney, the combination formed by such combustion plants shall be considered to be a single combustion plant; the The firing heat output of this firing system is achieved by addition of the firing heat outputs of the separate firing systems.(2) A joint installation within the meaning of Article 1 (3) of the Regulation on installations in need of approval
1.
of two or more separate combustion plants shall be such that: , or
2.
extend as an existing installation by one or more new combustion plants in such a way,
that their exhaust gases, taking into account technical and economic factors, after assessment by the competent authority of a chimney, the combination formed by such combustion plants shall be considered to be a single combustion plant; the thermal output This combustion installation results from the addition of the thermal heat output of the separate combustion plants.(3) For the calculation of the thermal output of a combination of separate combustion plants described in paragraphs 1 and 2, individual combustion plants with a thermal output of less than 15 megawatts shall not be taken into account. The limits of this Regulation are not applicable to these assets.

Section 2
Installation and Operation Requirements

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§ 4 emission limit values for large combustion plants using solid fuels, excluding biofuels

(1) large combustion plants that use solid fuels with The derogation from biofuels shall be established and operated in such a way that the requirements of this paragraph and paragraphs 3 to 11 are complied with. The operator must ensure that
1.
does not have the following emission limit values , and no daily mean value is less than the following degrees of sulfur separation:
a)
Total dust10 mg/m3
b)
Mercury and its connections,
specified as Mercury,
0.03 mg/m³,
c)
Carbon monoxide with a
thermal power of
aa)
50 MW to 100 MW150 mg/m3
bb)
d)
nitric oxide and Nitrogen dioxide,
specified as nitrogen dioxide, with a thermal output of
aa)
50 MW up to 100 MW
aaa)
more than 100 MW200 mg/m3
bbb)
in lignite damp firing400 mg/m3
bb)
in other furnaces300 mg/m3
cc)
more than 300 MW
aaa)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW200 mg/m3
in brown coal damp firing200 mg/m3
bbb)
e)
sulphur dioxide and sulfur trioxide,
specified as Sulphur dioxide, with a thermal output of
aa)
50 MW to 100 MW
aaa)
other furnaces 150 mg/m3

Fluidised bed fires350 mg/m3
a sulfur separation degree of
at least 75 percent,
bbb)
bb)
other fireworks400 mg/m3

more than 100 MW and up to 300 MW200 mg/m3
well as a sulfur separation degree of
at least 85 percent,
cc)
more than 300 MW
aaa)

in furnaces with circulating or
supercharged fluidized bed
200 mg/m3
as well as a sulfur separation degree of
at least 85 percent,
bbb)

other furnaces150 mg/m3
a sulfur separation level of
at least 85 percent;
the extent that the requirement for the degree of desullification in the case of double letters bb or cc to emissions of less than 50 mg/m3 for the daily average value, at least one sulphur separation level shall be observed, which shall be subject to emissions of no more than 50 mg/m3 for the daily average value ;
2.
no half-hourly average value exceeds twice the emission limit values specified in point 1, and
3.
no mean value over the respective sampling time that exceeds the emission limit values set out in Appendix 1.
(2) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 3, the Emission limit values set out in Annex 1 (a) to (c) shall not apply to the use of coal.(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, second sentence, point 2, an emission limit value of 0.05 mg/m3 shall not be exceeded for the half-hour average for the emissions of mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury.By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (e) and (2), the emissions of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, shall be subject to the sulphur content of the indigenous fuels used, as referred to in paragraph 2. 1. with a relative cost of not being able to comply with certain emission limit values, with a thermal output of
1.
50 MW to 100 MW alternatively a sulfur separation degree of at least 93 percent will not be undershot,
2.
more than 100 MW to 300 MW an emission limit value of 300 mg/m³ for the daily average and 600 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value not exceeded and additionally an emission limit value of 300 mg/m Desulphurisation of at least 93 per cent as a daily mean value,
3.
more than 300 MW an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 for the The average daily average value and of 800 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value shall not be exceeded and, in addition, a degree of sulphur separation of at least 97 per cent shall not be exceeded as the daily mean value.
(5) The emission limit values of these It is also necessary to comply with the requirements of heating surface cleaning.(6) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for total dust specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (a) and (2), existing installations may have an emission limit value of 20 mg/m3 for the daily mean value and of 40 mg/m³ for the total particulate matter. Half-hour average is not exceeded.By way of derogation from the emission limit values for carbon monoxide set out in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (c) and (2), an emission limit value of 250 mg/m3 for the Altanlagen with a thermal output of more than 100 MW may be used for the Daily average value and 500 mg/m3 for the half-hour average are not exceeded.(8) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (d) and (2), expressed as nitrogen dioxide, < dl style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
at altanlagen with a thermal output of 50 MW to 100 MW in brown coal damp Emission limit value of 450 mg/m3 for daily mean value and 900 mg/m3 for half-hour average value not exceeded;
2.
Altanlagen with a thermal input of 50 MW to 100 MW, which are in operation on the moving average over a period of five years at most 1 500 operating hours per year, an emission limit value of 450 mg/m3 for the Daily average value and of 900 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value are not exceeded;
3.
in the case of altanlagen with a thermal output of more than 100 MW to 300 MW, operating on the moving average over a period of five years, up to a maximum of 1 500 operating hours per year, an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg/m3 for the Do not exceed half-hourly average value;
4.
for existing installations with a thermal output of more than 300 MW, an emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for the daily average and 400 mg/m3 for the half-hour average.
(9) By way of derogation from the emission limit values set out in the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 1 (e) and point 2, for Sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, may be used in the case of altanous plants with a thermal input of 50 MW to 100 MW, which shall be equal to 1 500 operating hours per year in the rolling average over a period of five years, in the case of a maximum of 1 500 hours per year. Except for fluidised bed firing, an emission limit value of 800 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the daily mean value and of 1 600 mg/m3 for the half-hour average.(10) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (e) and (2), expressed as sulphur dioxide, < dl style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
at altanlagen with a thermal output of more than 100 MW to 300 MW an emission limit value of 250 mg/m3 for the daily average and 500 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value shall not be exceeded, with the degree of desulphurisation at least 75 per cent in fluidised bed furnaces and of at least 60 2
2.
for existing plants with a thermal output of more than 300 MW, an emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the daily average and 400 mg/m3 for the half-hour average; the requirements for the degree of sulphur separation as referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1, point 1 (e) remain
By way of derogation from the first subparagraph of point 1, in the case of altanlagen operating on the moving average over a period of five years at most 1 500 operating hours per year, excluding fluidised bed furnaces, The emission limit value of 800 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the daily mean value and of 1 600 mg/m3 for the half-hour average; the requirements for the sulfur separation degree remain unaffected. By way of derogation from point 2 of the first sentence, an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 for the daily average value may be used in the case of old installations which, on average over a period of five years, are in operation at most 1 500 operating hours per year. of 600 mg/m3 shall not be exceeded for the half-hourly average value; the requirements for the degree of sulphur separation referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 1 (e) shall remain unaffected.(11) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (e) and (2), existing installations for emissions of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide shall be subject to the conditions laid down in paragraph 1, in so far as the sulphur content of the indigenous fuels used is based on: of certain emission limit values may not be complied with at a proportionate cost, expressed as sulphur dioxide, with a thermal output of
1.
50 MW to 100 MW alternatively a sulfur separation degree of at least 92 percent as a daily mean value is not undershot,
2.
more than 100 MW to 300 MW not exceed an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 for daily average and 600 mg/m3 for half-hour average, and in addition, a sulphur separation rate of at least 92 percent as a daily average value is not undershot,
3.
more than 300 MW an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 for daily average value and 800 mg/m3 for half-hour average, and in addition a sulfur separation rate of at least 96 percent as a daily mean value is not exceeded.
(12) The The operator of an installation referred to in paragraph 8 (2) or (3), (9) or (10), second sentence, or the third sentence of paragraph 10, shall have up to 31. to provide proof of compliance with the operating time for the preceding five years and to submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the end of the detection period. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Emission limits for large combustion plants in the use of biofuels

(1) Large combustion plants, which Bioliquids shall be constructed and operated in such a way that the requirements of this paragraph and of paragraphs 2 to 7 are complied with. The operator must ensure that
1.
does not have the following emission limit values exceeds:
a)
Total dust10 mg/m3
b)
Mercury and its connections,
specified as mercury,
0.03 mg/m3
c)
Carbon monoxide at a thermal performance of
aa)
50 MW to 100 MW, and if you use
aaa)
bbb)
wood150 mg/m3
other biofuels 250 mg/m3
bb)
more than 100 MW, and if you use
aaa)
natural wood200 mg/m3
bbb)
d)
nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, at a thermal performance of
aa)
other biofuels250 mg/m3
50 MW to 100 MW250 mg/m3
bb)
cc)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW200 mg/m3
more than 300 MW150 mg/m3
e)
sulfur dioxide and sulfur trioxide, specified as sulphur dioxide, and a thermal performance of
aa)
50 MW to 300 MW200 mg/m3
bb)
2.
no the half-hour average exceeds twice the emission limit values set out in point 1;
3.
no mean value calculated over the sampling time in question, the emission limit values set out in Appendix 1.
(2) The operator must also ensure that an emission limit value of 10 mg/m3 is used for the daily average for organic substances, expressed as total carbon, and of 20 mg/m3 shall not be exceeded for the half-hour average; this shall not apply to the use of leaching from the sulphite process in the pulp industry.(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, second sentence, point 2, an emission limit value of 0.05 mg/m3 shall not be exceeded for the half-hour average for the emissions of mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury.(4) The emission limit values of this provision shall also be complied with in the case of heating surface cleaning.(5) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for total dust specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (a) and (2), existing installations may have an emission limit value of 20 mg/m³ for the daily average and 40 mg/m3 for the total particulate matter. Half-hour average is not exceeded.(6) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (d) and (2), expressed as nitrogen dioxide, in existing installations with a thermal output of
1.
50 MW to 100 MW an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 for the daily average and 600 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value for plants using other bio-fuels than natural wood;
2.
more than 100 MW an emission limit value of 250 mg/m3 for the daily average value and 500 mg/m3 for the half-hour average value not exceeded;
3.
more than 300 MW will not exceed an emission limit of 200 mg/m3 for daily average and 400 mg/m3 for half-hour average.
(7) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (e) and (2), expressed as sulphur dioxide, < dl style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
in the case of altanlagen when using leaching from the sulfite process in the pulp industry with a Combustion heat output of more than 100 MW to 300 MW shall not exceed an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value,
2.
for existing plants with a thermal output of more than 300 MW, an emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for the daily average and 400 mg/m3 for the (
)emission limit value referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (b) shall not be applied when using natural wood. The emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1, second sentence, point 3 shall not apply to the use of
1.
natural Wood,
2.
Wood waste according to § 2 (6) (2) (f) or
3.
exclusively from Fuels made of natural wood, to the extent that they do not produce any other or higher emissions than those used for the use of natural wood.
In the case of the second sentence of the second sentence, the operator has proof of compliance with the requirements, in particular through regular checks on fuels, up to 31 for the previous calendar year and shall be required to submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the end of the detection period in accordance with sentence 3. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Emission limits for large combustion plants in the use of liquid fuels

(1) Large combustion plants, the liquid Use fuels shall be constructed and operated in such a way that the requirements
1.
of this paragraph, paragraphs 2 to 7, the first sentence of paragraph 8, the first sentence of paragraph 9 and paragraph 10, and
2.
of the second sentence of paragraph 8 and of the second sentence of paragraph 9.
The operator has to ensure that
1.
does not include the daily average value of the following Emission limits exceed:
a)
more than 300 MW150 mg/m3
Total dust10 mg/m3
b)
c)
nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, at a thermal performance of
aa)
50 MW to 100 MW and when used by
aaa)
light heating oil in boilers with an adjustment value of the safety device, in particular a Security temperature limiter or a safety pressure valve,
against exceeding
aaaa)
Carbon monoxide80 mg/m3
a temperature of less than
383.15 K or an overprint of
less than 0.05 MPa
180 mg/m3
bbbb)
a temperature of 383.75 K to
483.15 K, or an overpressure of
0.05 MPa to 1.8 MPa
200 mg/m3
cccc)
temperature of more than
483.15 K or an overpressure of
more than 1.8 MPa
250 mg/m3
to the reference value of organically bound nitrogen of 140 mg/kg in accordance with Annex B to DIN EN 267, April 2010; the organically bound nitrogen content of the fuel shall be determined in accordance with DIN 51444 edition 2003; the measured mass concentrations of nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide shall be indicated as Nitrogen dioxide is to be converted to the reference value of organically bound nitrogen and to the reference conditions 10 grams per kilogram of air humidity and 20 degrees Celsius of combustion air temperature;
bbb)
bb)
other liquid fuels300 mg/m3
cc)
than 100 MW to 300 MW150 mg/m3
more than 300 MW100 mg/m3
d)
sulphur dioxide and Sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, at a thermal output of
aa)
bb)
50 MW to 100 MW350 mg/m3
cc)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW200 mg/m3
large combustion plants with a thermal output of more than 100 MW, in addition to limiting the mass concentration, a sulphur separation rate of at least 85 As far as this requirement results in emissions of less than 50 mg/m3 for the daily average, at least one sulphur separation level shall be observed, which shall be subject to emissions of not more than 50 mg/m3 for the daily average value;
2.
no half-hourly average value exceeds twice the emission limit values specified in point 1, and
3.
no mean value over the respective sampling time that exceeds the emission limit values set out in Appendix 1.
(2) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 1 In the case of the use of light heating oil, point (a) of certain emission limit values for total dust must not exceed the carbon black number 1 for the three-minute average.(3) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 3 shall be the emission limit value without taking into account vanadium, in the case of installations where distillation and conversion residues are used for domestic consumption in refineries; for vanadium and its compounds, expressed as vanadium, must not exceed an emission limit value of 0.5 mg/m3 .(4) The emission limit values of this provision shall also be complied with in the case of heating surface cleaning.(5) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for total dust specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (a) and (2), existing installations may have an emission limit value of 20 mg/m3 for the daily average and 40 mg/m3 for the total dust. the half-hour average is not exceeded.(6) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (c) and (2), as nitrogen dioxide, in the case of use of light heating oil, it may be possible to use a Firing heat output of 50 MW to 100 MW, used exclusively to cover the peak load in the energy supply for up to 300 hours a year, an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 for the daily average and of 600 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the half-hour average.(7) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (c) and (2), as nitrogen dioxide, in the case of existing installations where liquid fuels are used, In addition to light heating oil with a thermal output of
1.
50 MW to 100 MW, an emission limit value of 350 mg/m3 for the daily average and of 700 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value not exceeded,
2.
more than 100 MW to 300 MW Emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for daily average value and 400 mg/m3 for half-hour average value not exceeded,
3.
more than 300 MW shall not exceed an emission limit value of 150 mg/m3 for the daily average value and 300 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value.
By way of derogation from the first subparagraph of point 1 above, an emission limit value of 400 may be used in the case of altanlagen mg/m3 is not exceeded for daily mean value and 800 mg/m3 for half-hour average. By way of derogation from the first sentence of point 2, in the case of an Altanlagen, the
1.
in the moving average over a period of time may be of a maximum of 1 500 operating hours per year, an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 for the daily average value and of 800 mg/m3 for the half-hour average value not exceeded,
2.
using distillation or conversion residues, an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 for the daily average and of 800 mg/m3 for the half-hour average .
(8) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (d) and (2), as sulphur dioxide, may be used in the case of existing installations Use of other liquid fuels as light heating oil with a thermal power output of
1.
more as 100 MW to 300 MW, an emission limit value of 250 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the daily mean value and 500 mg/m3 for the half-hour average value,
2.
more than 300 MW will not exceed an emission limit of 200 mg/m3 for daily average and 400 mg/m3 for half-hour average.
The Requirements for the degree of sulphur separation referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1, point (1) (d) shall remain unaffected.(9) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (d) and (2), expressed as sulphur dioxide, in the case of the use of other liquid fuels, it may be considered to be easy to use Heating oil, operating on the moving average over a period of five years, up to a maximum of 1 500 operating hours per year, with a thermal output of
1.
50 MW to 100 MW an emission limit value of 850 mg/m3 for daily average value and of 1 700 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the half-hour average,
2.
more than 100 MW to 300 MW an emission limit value of 850 mg/m3 for the the average daily value and from 1 700 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value are not exceeded and a sulphur separation rate of at least 60 per cent shall not be exceeded,
3.
more than 300 MW not exceeding an emission limit of 300 mg/m3 for daily average value and 600 mg/m3 for half-hour average
In so far as this paragraph does not provide for derogations from the degree of sulphur separation, the provisions of the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 1 (d), shall be without prejudice to the degree of desulliation of sulphur.(10) By way of derogation from the second half-sentence of paragraph 3, an emission limit value of 1.0 mg/m3 may not be exceeded in existing plants for vanadium and its compounds, expressed as vanadium.(11) The operator of an installation referred to in paragraph 6, paragraph 7, sentence 3, point 1 or paragraph 9 shall each have up to 31 years of age. to provide proof of compliance with the operating time for the preceding five years and to submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the end of the detection period.(12) In the case of the use of light heating oil, the requirements for light heating oil of the Regulation on the quality and the award of the qualities of fuels and fuels of 8. December 2010 (BGBl. 1849), as amended, in respect of the sulphur content, the requirements for the degree of sulphur separation referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (d) shall not be applied.(13) The emission limit values referred to in the second sentence of the second sentence of paragraph 1 shall not apply when light heating oil is used. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Emission limits for large combustion plants in the use of gaseous fuels

(1) Large combustion plants, which gaseous fuels shall be constructed and operated in such a way as to comply with the requirements of this paragraph and of paragraphs 2 to 4. The operator must ensure that
1.
does not have the following emission limit values exceeds:
a)
Total dust when used by
aa)
than 300 MW 150 mg/m3
bb)
Hochofengas or Koksofengas10 mg/m3
Other gaseous fuels5 mg/m3
b)
Carbon monoxide when used by
aa)
bb)
gas50 mg/m3
oven gas or coke oven gas 100 mg/m3
cc)
c)
nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, at a thermal output of
aa)
50 MW up to 300 MW and if you use
aaa)
Other gaseous fuels80 mg/m3
Natural gas100 mg/m3
bbb)
Other gaseous fuels200 mg/m3
bb)
d)
sulphur dioxide and sulfur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, when used by
aa)
more than 300 MW100 mg/m3
bb)
Liquid gas5 mg/m3
cc)
Koksofengas350 mg/m3
dd)
Hochofengas200 mg/m3
Gaseous Fuels35 mg/m3
2.
no half-hourly average value twice the emission limit values specified in point 1
(2) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (c) and (2), the use of blast furnace gas or coke oven gas for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide may be used in the case of altanlagen with a thermal output of more than 300 MW; specified as nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 135 mg/m3 for the daily mean value and of 270 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value not being exceeded.(3) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (c) and (2), in the case of altanlagen for the reforming of natural gas or for the production of alkenes by columns of hydrocarbons for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, Nitrogen dioxide, with a thermal output of
1.
more than 100 MW to 300 MW Emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for daily average value and 400 mg/m3 for half-hour average value not exceeded,
2.
more than 300 MW does not exceed an emission limit value of 150 mg/m3 for the daily mean value and 300 mg/m3 for the half-hour average.
(4) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, second sentence, point 1, point (c), double letter aa For example, in the case of nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide refineries, as nitrogen dioxide, three-letter letter bbb may be given as nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 for daily mean value and 600 mg/m3 for the daily average. Half-hour average is not exceeded. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Emission limits for gas turbine plants

(1) gas turbine installations must be constructed and operated in such a way that the Requirements
1.
this paragraph and paragraphs 3, 4, 5, set 1, paragraphs 6 to 10 as well as
2.
of paragraphs 2 and 5, set 2.
The operator must ensure that
1.
no daily mean value exceeds the following emission limits:
a)
b)
Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide,
specified as nitrogen dioxide,
50 mg/m3
carbon monoxide100 mg/m3
2.
no half-hourly average value exceeds twice the emission limit values specified in paragraph 1.
(2) The emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1 shall apply in the case of operation from a load of 70 per cent, under ISO conditions (temperature 288.15 K, pressure 101.3 kPa, relative humidity 60 per cent). For the operation of loads up to 70 per cent, the competent authority shall determine the part-load range to be monitored and the emission limits to be observed in this area for the pollutants referred to in paragraph 1.(3) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 1 (a), in the case of gas turbines in the solo operation whose efficiency under ISO conditions is more than 35 per cent, the emission limit value shall be increased in accordance with the percentage increase in efficiency. An emission limit value of 75 mg/m3 for the daily mean value must not be exceeded.(4) In the case of the use of liquid fuels, the number of soot in continuous operation shall not exceed the value of 2 and, in the case of starting, the value of 4.(5) In the case of the use of liquid fuels, in the case of gas turbines, only light heating oil which has to meet the requirements of light heating oil in accordance with the Regulation on the quality and quality of power and the quality of the fuel, as regards the sulphur content, shall be light fuel oil. Combustible materials are used. By way of derogation from the first sentence, other fuels may be used if equivalent measures are used to reduce the emission of sulphur oxides.(6) When gaseous fuels are used, the emission limit values of Article 7 (1), second sentence, point 1 (d) and point 2, for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, as sulphur dioxide, shall be based on a reference oxygen content of 15 per cent. to be converted.(7) By way of derogation from the emission limit values for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide specified in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (a) and (2), expressed as nitrogen dioxide, for a single gas turbine with a thermal output of less than 50 MW, which is part of an installation with a thermal output of 50 MW or more, with the use of other gaseous fuels other than natural gas, or of liquid fuels, an emission limit value of 120 MW or more mg/m3 is not exceeded for the daily average and 240 mg/m3 for the half-hour average.(8) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (a) and (2), existing installations may use
1.
Natural gas in combined heat and power plants with a total efficiency of at least 75 percent year-on-year, or in plants in combined operation with an electrical Overall efficiency, on an annual average of at least 55 percent, or in machinery for the drive of working machines, an emission limit value of 75 mg/m3 for the daily average value and of 150 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value not
2.
Other gaseous fuels or light heating oil, an emission limit value of 120 mg/m3 for the daily average and of 240 mg/m3 shall not be exceeded for the half-hour average.
(9) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (a) and (2), it may not exceed 1 in the moving average over a period of five years, 500 operating hours per year are in operation,
1.
if natural gas is used, an emission limit value of 75 mg/m3 is not exceeded for daily average value and 150 mg/m3 for half-hour average;
2.
when using other gaseous Fuel or light fuel oil shall not exceed an emission limit value of 150 mg/m3 for the daily average and 300 mg/m3 for the half-hour average.
(10) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 1, point 1 Point (a) and point (2) may be used in the case of alts operating exclusively to cover the peak load in the supply of energy for up to 300 operating hours per year,
1.
when using natural gas, an emission limit of 150 mg/m3 for the daily average value and the 300 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the half-hour average;
2.
when using other gaseous fuels or light heating oil Emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for daily mean value and 400 mg/m3 for half-hourly average value not exceeded.
(11) For gas turbines that serve emergency operations for up to 300 hours a year, shall not apply paragraphs 1 to 3.(12) The operator of an installation referred to in paragraph 9, 10 or 11 shall each have up to 31. to provide proof of compliance with the operating time for the preceding five years and to submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator of an installation referred to in paragraph 8 (1) shall each have up to 31. To submit proof of compliance with the relevant overall efficiency and to submit it to the competent authority upon request for the previous year. The operators shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the end of the detection period.(13) For gas turbines with additional firing, emission limit values and associated reference oxygen contents are based on the relevant requirements for the gas turbine in accordance with this rule and the relevant requirements applicable to the gas turbine. to specify additional firing according to § 6 or § 7 by the authority in individual cases. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Emission limit values for gas engines

(1) Gas engine installations must be constructed and operated in such a way that the The requirements of this paragraph and of paragraph 2 shall be met. The operator must ensure that
1.
does not have the following emission limit values exceeds:
a)
b)
Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide,
specified as nitrogen dioxide,
when gaseous fuels are used
200 mg/m3
carbon monoxide250 mg/m3
2.
no half-hourly average value exceeds twice the emission limit values specified in paragraph 1.
(2) By way of derogation from the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) (a) and (2), existing installations may have an emission limit value for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, of 250 mg/m3 for the daily mean value and of 500 mg/m3 is not exceeded for the half-hour average.(3) In the case of gas engines which serve emergency operations for up to 300 hours a year, paragraph 1 shall not apply.(4) The operator of an installation referred to in paragraph 3 shall each have up to 31. for the previous year, provide evidence of compliance with the operating time and shall submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the end of the detection period.(5) Other or more stringent requirements in accordance with other legal regulations or in accordance with the First General Administrative Regulation on the Federal Immission Control Act (Technical Guidance on the Clean Air-TA Luft) of the 24. July 2002 (GMBl p. 511) in the current version shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Emission limits for multi-fuel operation

(1) Fire facilities are in operation with more than one to operate fuels in such a way as to comply with the requirements set out in the second sentence. The operator shall ensure that
1.
does not mean a daily average of the emission limit values resulting from paragraphs 2 to 4, and
2.
no half-hourly average value greater than twice the emission limit value specified in point 1.
(2) In the case of mixed firing, the fuel for the respective fuel identify the relevant emission limit values and the respective reference oxygen content in accordance with the ratio of the thermal output supplied with this fuel to the total heat output supplied. The emission limit values applicable to the combustion plant and the relevant reference oxygen content shall be obtained by adding the values determined in accordance with the first sentence.(3) In the case of existing mixing furnaces in combustion plants, where distillation and conversion residues are used for on-site consumption in refineries,
1.
The emission limit value for the fuel with the highest emission limit value, provided that the combustion heat output supplied with the fuel with the highest emission limit value is at least 50 per cent of the total amount of thermal heat supplied ,
2.
in the rest of paragraph 2, with the proviso that the emission limit value for the fuel with the highest emission limit value shall be twice this value less than of the emission limit value for the fuel with the lowest emission limit value.
By way of derogation from the first sentence, the competent authority may, at the request of existing large combustion plants, the distillation operations, be able to: and conversion residues from crude oil refining alone or together with other fuels for own consumption, for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, an emission limit value of 600 mg/m3 for the daily average value and of 1 200 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value as the average value weighted by the exhaust gas volume flows.(4) In the case of multi-fuel furnaces, the requirements for the fuel used in each case apply. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Emission limit values to be observed in the annual average

(1) Large combustion plants with a thermal output of more than than 300 MW shall be constructed and operated in such a way as to ensure that no annual mean value of total dust exceeds an emission limit value of 10 mg/m3 .(2) Large combustion plants shall be constructed and operated in the case of solid fuels and biofuels in such a way that no annual mean value of mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury, shall be subject to an emission limit value of 0.01 mg/m3 .(3) Large combustion plants, other than existing installations, shall be constructed and operated in the case of the use of solid and liquid fuels and the use of biofuels in such a way that no annual mean value shall be given below the following emission limit values of: Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, exceed:
1.
in plants with a thermal power output of 50 MW to 100 MW250 mg/m3
2.
(4) The requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3 do not apply to installations that are exclusively designed to cover the peak load at the Energy supply for up to 300 hours a year.(5) The requirements set out in paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply to installations intended solely for emergency operations for up to 300 hours a year.(6) The operator of an installation referred to in paragraph 4 or 5 shall each have up to 31 years of age. for the previous year, provide evidence of compliance with the operating time and shall submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the end of the detection period. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Cogeneration of heat and power

The operator has taken measures to establish or substantially modify an installation. Power-to-heat coupling, unless this is technically impossible or disproportionate. The operator shall notify the competent authority of this circumstance as set out in the first sentence. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Essential change of assets

If a firing system is substantially changed, the requirements of § § 4 bis 12 shall apply immediately to the parts of the plant and to the procedural steps to be amended and to the parts of the plant and the procedural steps to which the amendment will have an effect. For the purpose of determining the requirements, the overall performance of the plant shall be decisive after a substantial change has been made. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Carbon capture and compression plants

(1) Prior to first-time approval of the installation or the Operation of an installation for generating electricity with a nominal electrical power of 300 megawatts or more, the operator must check whether
1.
Carbon dioxide storage is available and
2.
access to installations for the transport of carbon dioxide and the retrofitting of installations for the capture and storage of carbon dioxide. Compression of carbon dioxide technically possible and economically feasible.
This applies accordingly to the modification or extension of an installation by an electrical rated power of 300 megawatts or more. The operator shall set out the outcome of the examination of the competent authority.(2) Where the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 are met, the operator shall have a sufficiently large area on the premises for retrofitting the installation constructed with the carbon dioxide capture and compression system. To keep plants free. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Limit of emissions during storage and transport operations

(1) In storage and transport of substances Following the determination of the competent authority, it is necessary to take measures to limit emissions in accordance with the requirements of the technical guidance on clean air pollution.(2) Dust-like emissions which may arise during the emptying of filter systems shall be reduced by the dusts being drawn off into closed containers or being moistened at the discharge points.(3) Closed transport equipment and closed intermediate storage facilities shall be used for dust-like combustion residues. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 16 Exhaust Gas Emission Conditions

The exhaust gases are to be diverted in a controlled manner in such a way as to prevent undisturbed transport is made possible with the free air flow. For the determination of the discharge heights, the requirements of the technical instructions for keeping the air clean are to be used. The more detailed provisions shall be laid down in the permit. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Exhaust Gas Purification Devices

(1) As far as emission limit values are met, exhaust gas purification systems are required , the total exhaust gas flow must be treated.(2) The operator of an installation shall immediately take the necessary measures for proper operation in the event of an operational malfunction in an exhaust gas purification device or in the event of its failure. It shall restrict the operation of the installation or take it out of service if it is not possible to ensure proper operation within 24 hours. In any event, he shall inform the competent authority immediately, at the latest within 48 hours.The competent authority shall, in the authorisation, provide for appropriate measures to be taken in the event of an operational disturbance to the exhaust gas purification device or its failure. In the event of a failure of an exhaust gas purification device, an installation may be operated for a maximum of 120 hours without this exhaust gas purification device for a period of twelve consecutive months.

Section 3
Measurement and Monitoring

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§ 18 Mesh places

The operator has an installation for the to establish the measurements for the determination of the emissions as well as the determination of the reference or operating quantities of measuring stations. The measuring sites in accordance with the first sentence shall be sufficiently large, easily accessible and so obtained, and shall be selected in such a way that representative and impeccably accurate measurements are ensured. Details shall be determined by the competent authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 19 Measurement procedures and measuring equipment

(1) The operator must ensure that measurements are taken in accordance with the state of the Measurement techniques are used and appropriate measuring equipment complying with the requirements of Appendix 3 (1) to (3) is used. Details shall be determined by the competent authority.(2) The operator shall ensure that the sampling and analysis of all pollutants as well as the quality assurance of automatic measuring systems and the reference measurement methods for the calibration of automatic measuring systems according to CEN standards of the European Comitees for standardization are carried out. If no CEN standards are available, ISO standards, national standards or other international standards shall be used to ensure that data of equivalent scientific quality are obtained.(3) The operator must demonstrate the correct installation of measuring and evaluation equipment for continuous monitoring prior to the commissioning of the combustion plant of the competent authority by issuing a certificate of calibrations for calibrations; which has been notified by the competent authority of the State or by the authority designated by the State Law pursuant to Section 29b (2) of the Federal Immission Control Act.(4) The operator shall have measuring equipment used for the continuous determination of the emissions or of the operating variables by means of a body designated by the competent State authority or the authority designated by national law in accordance with Section 29b (b) (a) 2 of the Federal Immission Protection Act has been announced, in accordance with paragraph 5,
1.
and
2.
to be checked for functionality.
(5) The functional capability is checked annually by means of parallel measurement using the reference method . The calibration shall be carried out in each case after the establishment and any substantial modification, as soon as the undisturbed operation has been reached, but at the earliest three months and no later than six months after the start of operation. The calibration shall be repeated at least every three years.(6) The operator must submit the reports on the result of the calibration and the verification of the functional capability of the competent authority within twelve weeks after calibration and testing.

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§ 20 Continuous measurements

(1) The operator has to continuously determine the following parameters: register, in accordance with § 22 (1), and, in the case of § 22 (2) sentence 3, to be sent immediately to the competent authority:
1.
the mass concentration of the Emissions of total dust, mercury, total carbon, carbon monoxide, nitrogen monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, sulphur trioxide and the number of carbon black, to the extent that emission limit values or a limit on the number of carbon black
2.
the volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas and
3.
for the assessment of the The operator has the necessary operating parameters, in particular power, exhaust gas temperature, exhaust gas volume flow, moisture content and pressure.
For this purpose the operator has the equipment before commissioning with suitable measuring and evaluation equipment to equip.(2) Measuring devices for the moisture content are not necessary to the extent that the exhaust gas is dried before determining the mass concentration of the emissions. If, due to the design and mode of operation of wet exhaust gas desulphurisation plants, the result is that the moisture content in the exhaust gas at the measuring point assumes a constant value, due to the saturation state of the exhaust gas and the constant exhaust gas temperature. the competent authority shall dispense with the continuous measurement of the moisture content and shall allow the use of the value determined in individual measurements. In such a case, the operator shall carry out the verification of the existence of the abovementioned conditions during the calibration and shall submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence five years after calibration.(3) The total dust emission shall be dismissed without the contribution of the sulphur trioxide to the measured value.(4) If, on the basis of the starting materials, the type of construction, the mode of operation or on the basis of individual measurements, the proportion of nitrogen dioxide in the nitrogen oxide emissions is less than 5 per cent, the competent authority shall be responsible for the continuous operation of the To dispense with the measurement of the nitrogen dioxide and to allow the determination of the proportion by calculation. In this case, the operator shall keep evidence of the proportion of nitrogen dioxide in the calibration and shall submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after calibration.(5) If the mass concentration of sulphur dioxide is continuously measured, the mass concentration of sulphur trioxide in the calibration can be determined and taken into account by calculation.(6) In order to determine the sulphur content of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide in the exhaust gas, the operator shall regularly determine the sulphur content of the fuel used for the determination of the sulphur content of sulphur dioxide. In doing so, the competent authority shall determine in more detail how it is demonstrated that the levels of sulphur separation are complied with as the daily average.7. The competent authority may decide, in the case of combustion plants with a service life of less than 10 000 operating hours, to refrain from the continuous measurements referred to in paragraph 1. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 Exceptions to the requirement of continuous measurements

(1) By way of derogation from § 20 (1), combustion plants that are operated exclusively with natural gas, measurements taken to determine emissions of total dust and sulphur oxides are not required. In this case, the operator shall have to carry out individual measurements for dust as referred to in paragraph 7 and regularly carry out periodic inspections every six months on the sulphur content of the fuel used and on the basis of the competent authority. Request to be submitted. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the date of preparation.(2) By way of derogation from Article 20 (1), measurements for the detection of emissions of sulphur oxides are not required in the case of combustion plants which are operated exclusively with light fuel oil, diesel fuel or natural gas. In such a case, the operator shall keep on a regular basis every six months on the basis of the sulphur content and the lower calorific value of the fuels used and shall, on request, submit to the competent authority. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the date of preparation.(3) By way of derogation from Article 20 (1), in the case of combustion plants which are operated exclusively with biofuels, measurements for the detection of emissions of sulphur oxides are not required if the emission limit values are to be used by the use of of appropriate fuels. In such a case, the operator shall keep on a regular basis every six months on the basis of the sulphur content and the lower calorific value of the fuels used and shall, on request, submit to the competent authority. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the date of preparation.(4) By way of derogation from Article 20 (1), gas turbines and gas engines powered by natural gas, with a thermal output of less than 100 megawatts, shall be used to measure emissions of carbon monoxide, nitrogen monoxide and Nitrogen dioxide is not required if other tests, in particular the process conditions, ensure that the emission limit values are complied with. In this case, the operator shall carry out the individual measurements referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 7 and shall carry out evidence of the correlation between the tests and the emission limit values and shall submit them on request to the competent authority. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the date of preparation.(5) In the case of mercury and its compounds, identified as mercury, the competent authority shall, on request, waive the continuous measurement if other tests, in particular the fuel, ensure that the Emission limit values according to § § 4 and 5 for mercury and its connections to less than 50 percent are used and the individual measurements show that the annual average value in accordance with § 11 paragraph 2 is safely complied with. In this case, the operator shall regularly carry out individual measurements on a regular basis and shall carry out evidence of the correlation between the tests and the emission limit values and shall at the request of the competent authority . The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after the end of the detection period.(6) The evidence in the cases referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5 shall be provided by procedures in accordance with relevant CEN standards or, in so far as there are no CEN standards, on the basis of a method of procedure which is proven to be equivalent to those of those standards. The procedure shall be notified to the competent authority and shall be approved by the competent authority. The approval shall be deemed to have been granted if the competent authority does not object within a period of four weeks.(7) In so far as the preceding paragraphs allow for derogations from the continuous measurement of sulphur dioxide, nitrogen monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, dust or carbon monoxide, and where individual measurements are to be carried out at their site, paragraph 23 (2) shall apply. accordingly. To the extent that the preceding paragraphs allow for derogations from the continuous measurement of pollutants other than those referred to in the first sentence, as well as the parameters referred to in Article 20 (1), first sentence, point 2 or point 3, and to the extent to which individual measurements are carried out , the provisions of the first sentence shall apply with the proviso that the individual measurements shall be carried out on a recurring basis every three years, as far as they do not deviate from the rules. In addition, the provisions of § 23 (3) and (4) and § 24 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 22 Evaluation and evaluation of continuous measurements

(1) During the operation of the plant, the following is made up of the following § 20 to form the half-hourly average value for each successive half-hour period, and to convert the measured values to the reference oxygen content in accordance with Appendix 4. For substances whose emissions are reduced and limited by means of exhaust gas purification devices, the conversion of the measured values may only be carried out for the periods in which the measured oxygen content is higher than the reference oxygen content. From the half-hourly average values, the daily average value, relative to the daily operating time, is to be formed for each day. Any day at which more than six half-hourly average values are invalid due to disruption or maintenance of the continuous measurement system is invalid. Special arrangements shall be made by the competent authority for operations in which the two-fold of the emission limits cannot be prevented from exceeding twice the limits laid down. Where more than 10 days a year are invalid because of such situations, the competent authority shall require the operator to take appropriate measures to improve the reliability of the continuous monitoring system.(2) The results of the continuous measurements shall be carried out by the operator for each calendar year and shall draw up a measurement report and the competent authority by 31 December 2005. to be submitted in March of the following year. The operator shall keep the report referred to in the first sentence and the associated records of the measuring instruments five years after the end of the reporting period after the first sentence. In so far as the measurement results of the competent authority are available through appropriate telemetric transmission, the obligation to submit the measurement report shall not be required in accordance with the first sentence.(3) The emission limit values are complied with if
1.
is not the result of a daily and half-hourly average value validated in accordance with Appendix 3. Emission limit value in accordance with § § § 4 to 10 and
2.
no result is less than the relevant sulphur separation degree according to § 4 or § 6.
(4) The The operator shall calculate the annual average values in accordance with § 11 on the basis of the validated daily average values, together with the daily average values of a calendar year and dividing them by the number of daily average values. For each calendar year, the operator shall have up to the 31. to provide proof of the annual average values and to submit, on request, the competent authority. Proof of proof shall be kept five years after the end of the detection period.(5) The emission limit values in accordance with § 11 shall be complied with if no result of an annual average value determined in accordance with paragraph 4 exceeds an emission limit value according to § 11. Non-official table of contents

§ 23 individual measurements

(1) The operator has taken measurements after the installation or substantial modification of the installation. Determination as to whether the requirements of § 4 (1) sentence 2, point 3, § 5 (1) sentence 2, point 3 and § 6 (1) sentence 2, point 3 are fulfilled, by a person known in accordance with § 29b paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 26 of the Federal Immission Protection Act Make the job done.(2) The operator shall have the measurements referred to in paragraph 1 after the undisturbed operation has been reached, but at the earliest after three months of operation and no later than six months after the start of the operation, and thereafter at least every three years at the latest three days (repeat measurements). (3) The operator shall have the measurements referred to in paragraph 1 carried out when the facility is operated with the highest performance for which it is used in the measurement during the measurement. It is authorised for use in continuous operation.(4) In order to monitor the requirements of Section 4 (1), second sentence, number 3, § 5 (1), second sentence, number 3 and § 6 (1), second sentence, point 3, the sampling time for measurements to determine the emissions of substances shall be in accordance with
1.
Appendix 1 (a) to (c) except benzo (a) pyrene for at least half an hour and not more than two hours,
2.
Appendix 1 (d) and benzo (a) pyrene for at least six hours and not more than eight hours.
For the substances listed in Appendix 1 (d) or Appendix 2, the The detection limit of the analytical method used is not more than 0.005 nanograms per cubic meter of exhaust gas.(5) By way of derogation from paragraph 2, for large combustion plants using solid and liquid fuels and in the case of the use of biofuels, the repeated measurements for the determination of the emissions of substances pursuant to Article 4 (1), second sentence, point 3, section 5 (1) Paragraph 3 and Article 6 (1), second sentence, point 3 shall not be required if, by means of periodic inspections of the fuels, in particular when new fuels are used, and the mode of operation, it is reliably demonstrated that the emissions are less than 50% the emission limit values. In such a case, the operator shall carry out appropriate evidence for each calendar year and shall submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence after five years after the end of the detection period in accordance with the second sentence. Non-official table of contents

§ 24 Reports and assessment of individual measurements

(1) The operator has a report on the results of the measurements in accordance with § 23 to draw up a measurement report in accordance with the second sentence and to submit it without delay to the competent authority. The measurement report must contain the following:
1.
Data about the measurement planning,
2.
Result of each individual measurement,
3.
the measurement method used, and
4.
Operating conditions which are relevant for the assessment of the measurement results.
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§ 25 Annual reports on emissions

(1) The operator has for the first time the competent authority for the year 2016 and then annually up to the 31. The following shall be reported in May of the following year for each installation, subject to compliance with the aggregation rules referred to in § 3:
1.
the installed thermal power of the Combustion plant, in megawatt,
2.
the type of combustion plant: boiler firing, gas turbine, gas engine, diesel engine, other combustion plant with a precise indication of the type of combustion Combustion plant,
3.
the date of the holding and the last major change in the combustion plant, including the designation of the essential change,
4.
the total annual emissions, in megagrams per year, of sulphur oxides, expressed as sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, and Dust, expressed as a total of non-woven materials,
5.
the annual operating hours of the firing system,
6.
the annual total annual energy use, in terajoules per year, relative to the lower calorific value, broken down into the following fuel categories:
a)
hard coal,
b)
brown coal,
c)
Biobrennstoffe,
d)
Torf,
e)
other solid fuels with a more precise indication of the solid fuel label,
f)
liquid fuels,
g)
natural gas,
h)
other gases with a precise indication of the name of the Gas
7.
for combustion plants, to which § 4 (4) applies, the sulphur content of the domestic solid fuels used and the Degree of desulphurisation, averaged over each month; in the first year of application of Article 4 (4), the technical justification shall also be provided as to why compliance with the rule emission limit values referred to in § 4 is not feasible ,
8.
for combustion plants, which are in operation no more than 1 500 hours per year in the moving average over a period of five years, the number of Operating hours per year for the reporting year and the previous four calendar years,
9.
whether the combustion plant is part of a refinery.
(2) To , including for the 2015 reporting year, the operator of an installation shall each year to the competent authority up to 31 December each year. May the following year be reported for each of the installations referred to in paragraph 1 (4), (6) and (9).(3) The supreme state authorities responsible under national law, or the authorities designated by them, shall examine the report in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 for plausibility and shall forward the report to the Federal Environment Agency until 31 December 2008. October of the year following the year under review by electronic means for forwarding to the European Commission. The Federal Environment Agency has compiled the reports on linings for each year and three-year periods, with the details of combustion plants being listed separately in refineries. name="BJNR102300013BJNG000400000 " />

Section 4
Common Rules

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§ 26 Approval of Exceptions

(1) The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, grant exemptions from the provisions of this Regulation where, taking into account the particular circumstances of the individual case,
1.
individual requirements of the regulation cannot be fulfilled or can only be fulfilled with excessive effort,
2.
also applying the state-of-the-art measures to limit the emissions,
3.
the chimney height according to the technical instructions for keeping the air clean in the current version is also designed for an emission limit value approved as an exception, it The exceptions to the requirements of Directive 2010 /75/EU do not apply, even if the conditions for number 1 are met and
4.
() Where exceptions are granted in accordance with Directive 2010 /75/EU, which lead to a reporting obligation to the European Commission, the competent authority shall issue a copy of the derogation Paragraph 1 shall be forwarded to the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety without delay in order to forward it to the European Commission. Non-official table of contents

§ 27 More stringent requirements

(1) The power of the competent authority, other or more stringent requirements, in particular in order to avoid harmful environmental effects in accordance with Section 5 (1) (1) of the Federal Immission Control Act (Federal Immission Protection Act), shall remain unaffected.(2) Where the competent authority has already provided, on a case-by-case basis, requirements for the protection of adverse environmental effects caused by air pollution which exceed the requirements of this Regulation, they shall continue to apply:

Section 5
Final Provisions

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§ 28 Accessibility and equivalence of standards and worksheets

(1) The DIN standards referred to in § § 2 and 6 as well as the CEN standards referred to in § § 19 and 21 are to be obtained from Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin. The DVGW worksheets referred to in § 2 (12) are to be obtained from the economic and publishing company Gas und Wasser mbH, Bonn. The above-mentioned DIN standards are in the German National Library, the above-mentioned CEN standards as well as the above-mentioned worksheets have been deposited at the German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich in terms of archive.(2) The DIN standards and DVGW worksheets referred to in § § 2 and 6 shall be subject to these relevant CEN standards and insofar as no such CEN standards are available, ISO standards or other international standards which shall comply with national standards. , in accordance with the provisions of the European Parliament and of the Council. Non-official table of contents

§ 29 Administrative Offences

(1) Administrative Offences within the meaning of Section 62 (1) (2) of the Federal Immission Protection Act Who intentionally or negligently acts
1.
contrary to § 4 (1) sentence 1, § 5 (1) sentence 1, § 6 (1) sentence 1, point 1, § 7 (1) sentence 1, § 8 (1) sentence 1 Point 1, § 9 (1), first sentence, or § 10 (1), first sentence, of an installation not correctly set up or not operating correctly,
2.
contrary to § 4 (12), § 5 Paragraph 8, sentence 3 or sentence 4, § 6 (11), § 8 (12), § 9 (4), § 20 (2) sentence 3 or sentence 4, § 20 (4) sentence 2 or sentence 3, § 21 paragraph 1 sentence 2 or sentence 3, § 21 paragraph 2 sentence 2 or sentence 3, § 21 paragraph 3 sentence 2 or sentence 3, § 21 paragraph 4 sentence 2 or sentence 3, § 21 (5) sentence 2 or sentence 3, § 23 (5) sentence 2 or sentence 3 does not provide, correct or not complete a proof, not correct or not in full or in good time, or not in good time or in full or in time not or not at least five years,
3.
a fully-retractable order pursuant to § 8 (2) sentence 2, § 20 (6) sentence 2 and § 22 (1) sentence 6
4.
contrary to § 12 sentence 2, does not make an advertisement, not correct or not in time,
5.
contrary to § 14, paragraph 2, an area mentioned there is not free,
6.
contrary to § 17, paragraph 2, sentence 1, a
7.
contrary to the second sentence of Article 17 (2), the
of an installation shall not be restricted or shall not be restricted in time or shall not be subject to any Do not take up any installation or not in good time,
8.
contrary to § 17, paragraph 2, sentence 3, an information is not, not correct, not complete or not in good time ,
9.
contrary to § 18, Sentence 1, does not set up a measuring station, or does not correctly set up a measurement place,
10.
contrary to § 19 paragraph 1 sentence 1, it does not ensure that a measurement method is used or a measuring device named there is used,
11.
contrary to § 19 paragraph 2 sentence 1, it does not ensure that sampling or analysis or quality assurance is carried out according to the standards referred to there,
12.
contrary to § 19, paragraph 3, there is no proof or not provided there in a timely manner,
13.
§ 19 (4) does not allow a measuring instrument to be calibrated or not calibrated in time, or cannot be checked in time for functionality,
14.
contrary to § 19 Paragraph 6, § 22 (3) sentence 1 or sentence 2, § 24 (1) sentence 1, § 25 (1) or (2), § 30 (2) sentence 2 or § 30 (5) a report referred to there, a list referred to there or an overview not, not correct, not be presented in full or not in time, or not, or not kept for at least five years,
15.
contrary to the first sentence of Article 20 (1), a term referred to in the mass concentration, the volume or the operating size referred to there not, not correct, not complete or not determined in time, not correct, not correct, not fully or not registered in time, not, not correct, not fully or not evaluated in time or not, not correct, not complete, or not transmitted in time,
16.
contrary to § 20 paragraph
17.
contrary to § 21 (1) sentence 2, § 21 (4) sentence 2, § 21 (5) sentence 2 or § 23 paragraph 1 sentence 2 1, 2 or paragraph 3 does not allow a measurement, not correct or not to be carried out in a timely manner,
18.
contrary to § 22, paragraph 2, sentence 2, a report or a report shall not be kept or shall not be kept for at least five years or
19.
contrary to § 30 (2), second sentence, or paragraph 5, a list or overview referred to in that paragraph
(2) A breach of order within the meaning of Section 62 (1) (7) of the Federal Immission Control Act, who intentionally or negligently acts as
1.
contrary to § 11, paragraph 1, 2, 3, or paragraph 4, set 1, an asset named there is not properly built or is not running correctly or
2.
contrary to § 11 (8) or § 22 (5) sentence 2 or sentence 3, a proof not, not correct or not complete, not correct, not correct, not complete or not shall be presented in good time or not, or not stored for at least five years.
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§ 30 Transitional rules

(1) existing installations are subject to
1.
the requirements of this Regulation, except for § 11 (1) and (2), as from 1. January 2016,
2.
the requirements of § 11 (1) and (2) as of 1. 1 January 2019.
(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, altanlagen with a thermal output of 50 MW to 200 MW, which shall be at least 50 per cent of the useful heat generated by the installation, shall be considered to be the moving average over a period of five years. years, as steam or hot water in a public district heating network, the requirements of this Regulation shall not be met until the first of 1. January 2023. The operator of an installation in accordance with the first sentence shall have effect from 1. 1 January 2016 for each calendar year, a statement of the share of the generated useful heat of the plant which has been released as steam or hot water in a public district heating network, calculated as an average over the period of the preceding five years, to create and to the 31. to present the competent authority in March of the following year.Up to the dates specified in paragraphs 1 and 2 respectively, the Regulation on large-scale fire and gas turbine installations shall be of 20 December 2008, for the relevant installations. July 2004 (BGBl. 1717), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 27 June 2008. January 2009 (BGBl. 129), in which it has been amended by 2. The amended version will continue to be applied in May 2013. In addition, the requirements of Directive 2010 /75/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 shall apply up to the dates set out in the first sentence. November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control) (recast version) (OJ C 327, 28.11.2010, p. 17), in so far as they exceed the requirements of the Regulation referred to in the first sentence of this Regulation or of this Regulation. In individual cases, the competent authority shall be without prejudice to the requirements for the provision of protection against adverse environmental effects caused by air pollution.(4) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, an existing installation shall apply, for which the operator shall be up to 1. The Commission shall, in writing to the competent authority, declare in writing that the plant shall not be authorised to operate it until 31 January 2014, in writing. December 2023, decommissioning and starting from 1. The European Parliament and the Council of Ministers of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament and of the Council October 2001 on the limitation of emissions of pollutants into the air from large combustion plants (OJ L 327, 28.11.2001, p. 1), which was last amended by Directive 2006 /105/EC (OJ L 309, 27.11.2006, p. OJ L 363, 20.12.2006, p. 368). By way of derogation from the first sentence, the requirements of the Ordinance on Large Fire and Gas Turbine Plants of 20 shall apply. July 2004 (BGBl. 1717), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 27 June 2008. January 2009 (BGBl. I p. 129) has been amended ' in the up to the second half of the year. The Directive shall apply as amended in May 2013, in so far as it exceeds the requirements of the Directive referred to in the first sentence. In individual cases, the competent authority shall be without prejudice to the requirements for the provision of protection against adverse environmental effects caused by air pollution.(5) The operator of an installation referred to in paragraph 4 shall have an overview of the number of those starting from the first paragraph for each calendar year. 1 January 2016, and the competent authority shall be drawn up by 31 January 2016. to be submitted in March of the following year. unofficial table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 4 (1) and (2), § 5 (1), § 6 (1) and 23 (4))
emission limits for carcinogens Substances

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 1040)

For the carcinogenic substances referred to in points (a) to (d), the following emission limit values shall apply:
a)
in installations with a firing thermal power more than 100 MW100 mg/m3
cadmium and its compounds, given as cadmium,
thallium and its compounds, specified as thallium,
a total of 0.05 mg/m3
b)
antimony and its compounds, specified as antimony,
arsenic and its compounds, specified as arsenic,
lead and its compounds, indicated as lead,
chromium and its compounds. Compounds specified as chromium,
Cobalt and its compounds, indicated as cobalt,
copper and its compounds, indicated as copper,
manganese and its compounds, indicated as manganese,
nickel and its compounds, specified as nickel,
vanadium, and its compounds, expressed as vanadium,
tin and its compounds, expressed as tin,
total 0.5 mg/m3
c)
Arsen and its connections (except arsenic),
specified as arsenic,
benzo (a) pyrene,
cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium,
water-soluble cobalt compounds, expressed as cobalt,
chromium (VI) compounds (except barium chromate and
Bleach romat), specified as chromium
a total of 0.05 mg/m3,
or
Arsen and its compounds indicated as arsenic,
benzo (a) pyrene,
cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium,
cobalt and its compounds, expressed as cobalt,
chromium and its compounds, indicated as chromium,
total of 0.05 mg/m3,
d)
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asset 2 (to Appendix 1 letter d)
equivalency factors

(site: BGBl. I 2013, 1041)
For the total value for polychlorinated dibenzodioxins, dibenzofurans and dl-PCBs to be formed in accordance with Appendix 1, the concentrations of the dioxins, furans and dl-PCBs identified in the exhaust gas are indicated with the indicated values. Multiply and sum equivalent factors:

dioxins and furans according to Appendix 2
total of 0.1 ng/m3
fabric

equivalency factor

Polychlorinated dibenzodioxins (PCDD) WHO-TEF 2005
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin (TCDD) 1
1,2,3,7,8-Pentachlorodibenzodioxin (PeCDD)1
1,2,3,4,7, 8-Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD)0,1
1,2,3,7,8,9-Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD)0,1
1,2,3,6,7,8-Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD)0.1
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-heptachlorodibenzodioxin (HpCDD) 0, 01
Octachlorodibenzodioxin (OCDD)

0,0003
Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans (PCDF)WHO-TEF 2005
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzofuran (TCDF)0.1
2,3,4,7,8-Pentachlorodibenzofuran (PeCDF) 0, 3
1,2,3,7,8-Pentachlorodibenzofuran (PeCDF)0,03
1,2,3,4,7, 8-Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)0.1
1,2,3,7,8,9-Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)0.1
1,2,3,6,7,8- Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)0,1
2,3,4,6,7,8-Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF) 0, 1
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (HpCDF)0.01
1,2,3,4,7,8, 9-Heptachlordibenzofuran (HpCDF)0.01
Octachlordibenzofuran (OCDF)

0,0003
Polychlorinated Biphenyle

WHO-TEF 2005
Non ortho PCB
PCB 77 0, 0001
PCB 810,0003
PCB 126 0, 1
PCB 1690,03
Mono ortho PCB
PCB 1050.00003
PCB 1140.00003
PCB 1180.00003
PCB 1230.00003
PCB 1560.00003
PCB 1570.00003
PCB 1670.00003
PCB 1890.00003
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Appendix 3 (to § 19 (1) and § 22 (3))
Requirements for the continuous measuring devices and the validation of the measurement results

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 1042)

1.
The value of the confidence interval of 95 percent of a single Measurement results shall not exceed the following percentages of this emission limit at the emission limit set for the daily average:
a)
carbon monoxide10 Percent,
b)
dioxide 20 percent,
c)
Nitrogen oxides 20 percent,
d)
Total dust30 percent,
e)
f)
organically bound total carbon30 percent,
Mercury40 percent.
2.
The validated half-hour and daily average values are calculated on the basis of the measured half-hourly average values and after deduction of the measurement uncertainty determined in the calibration .
3.
The half-hourly average values before the measurement uncertainty (normalized values) determined in the calibration must be obtained for the purposes of the
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Appendix 4 (to § 2 paragraph 5)
conversion formula

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 1043)
To the extent that emission limit values are related to reference oxygen content in the exhaust gas, the mass concentrations measured in the exhaust gas are to be converted according to the following equation:

EB =
mass concentration, based on the reference oxygen content
EM =
measured mass concentration
OB =
reference oxygen content
OM =
measured oxygen content