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 Ordinance for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (Ordinance on large combustion, gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems - 13th BImSchV) 13 BImSchV Ausfertigung date: 02.05.2013 full quotation: "large combustion, gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems Ordinance of 2 may 2013 (Gazette I p. 1021, 1023, 3754), by article 6 of the law of April 28, 2015 (BGBl. I p. 670) is has been modified" stand: amended by art. 6 V v. 28.4.2015 I 670 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from) : 2.5.2013 +++) the V was as article 2 of the V v. 2.5.2013 I 1021 of the Federal Government and the Federal Ministry of transport, building and urban development, after consultation with the interested parties, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of finance and the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology, while respecting the rights of the Bundestag according to § 48 b of the Federal Immission Control Act and decided with the consent of the Federal Council. It is according to article 10 paragraph 1 of this V on the 2.5.2013 entered into force.

Table of contents section 1 General provisions § 1 scope article 2 definitions article 3 aggregation rules section 2 requirements of the construction and operation of section 4 emission limit values for combustion plants using solid fuels, except biofuels § 5 emission limit values for large combustion plants with use of bio fuels § 6 emission limit values for combustion plants using liquid fuels § 7 emission limit values for combustion plants using gaseous fuels § 8 emission limit values for gas turbine plants § 9 emission limit values for gas engine systems § 10 emission limit values to be complied when using multiple fuels 11 § annual average emission limit values § 12 cogeneration section 13 substantial change of Equipment § 14 plants for the capture and compression of CO2 § 15 limitation of emissions during storage and transportation operations section 16 leakage conditions for gases section 17 waste gas cleaning facilities section 3 measurement and monitoring article 18 § 19 stations measuring method and measuring devices section 20 continuous measurements article 21 exceptions to the requirement of continuous measurements article 22 evaluation and assessment of continuous measurements article 23 measurements section 24 reports and assessment of individual measurements section 25 annual reports on emissions section 4 common provisions section 26 approval of exceptions section 27 further requirements section 5 final provisions § 28 accessibility and Equivalence of standards and worksheets section 29 offences article 30 transitional provisions installation 1 (article 4 paragraph 1 and 2, article 5, paragraph 1, article 6, paragraph 1 and article 23, paragraph 4) emission limit values for carcinogenic substances annex 2 (to Appendix 1 letter d) equivalence factors conditioning 3 (to article 19, paragraph 1, and article 22, paragraph 3) requirements for the continuous measuring systems and the validation of the results system 4 (to § 2 paragraph 5) conversion formula section 1 General provisions section 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation shall apply for the establishment of , the nature and operation of furnaces, including gas-turbine and gas engine systems and gas turbine and engine plants to drive machinery, with a rated thermal input of 50 megawatts or more, regardless of what fuels or what types of fuels are used.
(2) this Regulation shall not apply to following combustion plants: 1 equipment where the combustion products directly to the heating, drying, or to any other treatment of objects or materials are used, 2. afterburning systems, that are designed to purify the waste gases by combustion, and not as independent furnaces run for example heat and heat treatment furnaces and blast furnaces, 3. facilities for the regeneration of catalytic cracking catalysts , 4. facilities for the conversion of hydrogen sulphide into sulphur to the Claus process, 5. combustion plants in the chemical industry, which are the direct heating of goods in reactors, 6 coke ovens, 7 wind heater, 8 technical devices, which are used directly to drive vehicles, ships or aircraft, 9 gas turbines and gas engines, which are used on offshore platforms and 10 plants that other solid fuel or liquid waste as in § 2 paragraph 6 number 2 waste referred to use.
(3) this regulation lays down requirements for combustion plants 1 to a precaution against harmful environmental impacts according to § 5 paragraph 1 paragraph 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act and to use the heat generated according to § 5 para 1 No. 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act and 2 to comply with air quality requirements of the European communities or of the European Union under section 48a para 1 and 3 of the Federal Immission Control Act.

Article 2 definitions (1) "waste gas" within the meaning of this regulation is the carrier gas with the solid, liquid or gaseous emissions, cubic meters per hour (m ³/h) indicated as volume flow in the unit and on the exhaust gas volume under standard conditions (273.15 Kelvin (K), pressure temperature 101.3 kilopascals (kPa)) after deduction of the moisture content of water vapour.
(2) "Waste gas cleaning equipment" within the meaning of this regulation is one of the firing downstream device for the reduction of air contaminants including facilities for selective non-catalytic reduction.
(3) "Old location" within the meaning of this regulation is an existing plant, 1 which was to display according to article 67, paragraph 2 or article 67a, paragraph 1, of the Federal Immission Control Act or before entry into force of the Federal Immission Control Act after section 16, paragraph 4, of the GewO, 2 for which the first authorization to establish and to operate to section 4 or 16 of the Federal Immission Control Act before 27 November 2002 has been granted and which has gone from 27 November 2003 in operation or 3rd for the operator before the 27. November 2002 of the Federal Immission Control Act has provided a complete permit application for the construction and operation according to § 4 and § 16 and who went before the 27 of November 2003.
(4) 'Existing plant' within the meaning of this regulation is a complex, which according to article 67, paragraph 2 or article 67a, paragraph 1, of the Federal Immission Control Act before entry into force of the Federal Immission Control Act after section 16, paragraph 4, of the trade regulations to display or 1 was 2nd for the first approval for the construction and operation has been granted by section 4 or section 16 of the Federal Immission Control Act before January 7, 2013 and which has gone before 7 January 2014 into operation, , or 3 for the operators of the Federal Immission Control Act made a complete permit application before January 7, 2013 for the construction and operation according to § 4 and § 16 and which has gone before 7 January 2014 into operation.
(5) "Reference oxygen content" within the meaning of this regulation is of each preset or to compute volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas, to the respective emission limit value, taking into account annex 4 is to refer; He is 1. 3 percent for firing systems for liquid and gaseous fuels, 2. 6 percent in firing systems for solid fuels and biofuels, 3. 15 percent for gas turbine plants and 4. 5 percent in gas engine systems.
(6) "bio fuels" in the sense of this regulation 1 the products are agricultural or forestry origin from plant material or any part thereof, insofar as they are used to use their energy content, and 2 the following waste, if the heat generated is recovered, a) vegetable waste from agriculture and forestry, b) vegetable waste from the food industry, c) natural, non-dangerous Woods from landscape conservation, insofar as they are comparable on the basis of their material characteristics with the wood from forestry , d) fibrous vegetable waste and lyes from the manufacture of virgin pulp production and from production of paper from pulp, if it is co-incinerated at the place of manufacture, e) cork waste, f) wood waste with the exception of wood waste which may contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives or coating, and which includes in particular wood waste originating from construction and demolition waste.
(7) are "Fuel" within the meaning of this regulation all solid, liquid or gaseous combustible substances including their non-flammable components; flammable substances are excluded, as far as they are subject to the scope of the regulation on the incineration and co-incineration of waste.
(8) "Diesel fuel" within the meaning of this regulation is diesel fuel according to DIN EN 590, Edition may 2010 (9) "diesel engine plant" within the meaning of this regulation is a working principle of diesel engine incinerator with auto-ignition of the fuel.
(10) "Emissions" within the meaning of this regulation are the air pollution coming out of a plant, expressed as mass concentrations in the unit milligrams per cubic metre exhaust (mg / m ³) or nanograms per cubic metre exhaust gas (ng / m ³) or as a mass flow in the unit megagram per year (mg/a); Dust emissions can be specified as a smoke spot number.
(11) "Emission limit value" within the meaning of this regulation is the emission of a plant, which legitimately in the air may be inferred, indicated as mass concentration and relative to the respective reference oxygen content, in the case of dust emission also specified as permissible smoke spot number.
(12) "Gas" within the meaning of this regulation is 1 naturally occurring methane with not more than 20% by volume of inert gases and other ingredients, that meets the requirements of the DVGW worksheet G 260 of May 2008 gas gas family 2nd, and 2. sewage -, bio - and mine gases to DVGW worksheet G 262 from September 2011, which meet the requirements of the DVGW worksheet G 260 as a replacement gas or extra gas conditioning and insofar the public gas supply replace the basic gas of 2 gas family or supplement.
(13) 'Combustion plant' within the meaning of this regulation means any facility in which fuel to use the generated heat is oxidized.
(14) "Combustion heat performance" within the meaning of this regulation is the heat content of fuels, based on the lower heating value of an investment in continuous operation per unit of time led to specified in megawatts (MW).
(15) "Gas turbine plant" within the meaning of this regulation is a heating system with a rotating machine which converts thermal energy into mechanical work, and consists mainly of a compressor, a combustion chamber where fuel to heat the working fluid is oxidized, and a turbine.
(16) "Gas turbine with supplementary firing" within the meaning of this regulation is a gas turbine whose Abgase a downstream burner with its own supply of fuel than combustion air supplied.
(17) "Gas engine plant" within the meaning of this regulation is a working principle of Otto combustion engine plant 1 spark-ignition of the fuel, or 2. in the case of two material engines with ignition of the fuel.
(18) "Large" in the sense of this regulation is a heating system that is not gas turbines or internal combustion engine plant.
(19) "Light heating oil" within the meaning of this regulation is heating oil EL according to DIN 51603-1, issue August 2008 (20) "more fabric furnace" in the meaning of this regulation is a single shot firing, which can alternatively be operated with two or more fuels.
(21) "Co-firing" within the meaning of this regulation is a single shot firing, can be operated simultaneously with two or more fuels.
(22) "Desulphurisation rates" within the meaning of this regulation is the ratio of the quantity of sulphur which is derived from a combustion plant in a certain period of time the air the sulphur quantity of fuel which is brought and consumed during the same period in the furnaces, specified as a percentage.
(23) "Combustion engine plant" within the meaning of this regulation is a heating system in the form of a diesel engine plant or a gas engine plant.

§ Derive from the exhaust gases together 3 aggregation rules (1) in a common facility within the meaning of § 1 paragraph 3 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit two or more separate combustion plants through a chimney, so the combination formed by such combustion plants is considered as a single combustion plant; the rated thermal input of the combustion plant results from addition of the combustion heat performance of separate combustion plants.
(2) If a collective investment within the meaning of § 1 paragraph 3 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit 1 from two or more separate combustion plants so built or 2 as an existing line by one or more new combustion plants so advanced that their emissions, taking into account technical and economic factors for assessment to the competent authority together through a chimney can be derived, the combination formed by such combustion installations as a single combustion plant shall be; the rated thermal input of the combustion plant results from addition of the combustion heat performance of separate combustion plants.
(3) for the calculation of the combustion heat performance of a combination of separate combustion plants described in paragraphs 1 and 2 are not considered single combustion installations with a rated thermal input of less than 15 megawatts. The limits of this regulation are not to apply at these plants.
Section 2 requirements for the construction and operation of section 4 emission limit values are large combustion plants using solid fuels with the exception of bio fuels, for large combustion plants using solid fuels, other than biofuels (1) to establish and maintain compliance with the requirements of this paragraph and paragraphs 3 to 11. The operator has to ensure that 1 exceed a daily average values the following emission limit values and not a daily average value is less than the following sulphur efficiencies: a) total dust 10 mg / m3, b) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury, 0.03 mg / m3, c) carbon monoxide with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW 150 mg / m3, bb) more than 100 MW and 200 mg / m3, d) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide , indicated as nitrogen dioxide, with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW aaa) in brown coal dust firing 400 mg / m3, bbb) in other firing bb 300 mg / m3,) more than 100 MW to 300 MW 200 mg / m3, cc) aaa over 300 MW) in brown coal dust firing 200 mg / m3, bbb) in other furnaces 150 mg / m3, e) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide , with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW aaa) in fluidized bed firing systems, 350 mg / m3 and a desulphurisation rates by at least 75 percent, bbb) in other firing 400 mg / m3, bb) more than 100 MW and 300 MW 200 mg / m3, as well as a sulfur filtration efficiency of at least 85%, cc) more than 300 MW of aaa) in furnaces with pressure-charged or circulating fluidized bed 200 mg / m3, and a sulfur filtration efficiency of at least 85 percent , bbb) in other combustion 150 mg / m3, and a sulfur filtration efficiency of at least 85 per cent;
as far as the request to the sulphur separation efficiency after the double letter bb or cc leads to emissions of less than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average value, at least a sulphur separation efficiency is to comply with, which leads to emissions of not more than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average value;
2. any half hourly average values exceeds twice the emission limits given in point 1 and no mean value, which is formed over the respective sampling period, the emission limit values according to annex 1 exceeds 3.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 3 the emission standards apply to Appendix 1 letter a to c for the use of coal.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, sentence 2 can number 2 for the emissions of mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury, an emission limit value of 0,05 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(4) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 letter e and number 2 may specified for the emission of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, as sulphur dioxide, as far as due to the sulphur content of the local fuels the emission limits given in paragraph 1 with a proportionate effort is not being respected can, with a combustion heat output of 1 50 MW to 100 MW or a desulphurisation rates of at least 93% provides minimum , 2 more than an emission limit value of 300 mg / m not exceed 100 MW to 300 MW ³ for the daily average value, and 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value and in addition a desulphurisation rates of at least 93 percent as daily average values are not below, 3. more than 300 MW of an emission limit value of 400 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value not exceeded and additional a desulphurisation rates of at least 97 percent as average daily value not less than.
(5) the emission limits of this provision must be observed even when the heating surface cleaning.
(6) by way of derogation from the in paragraph 1 number 1(a) and paragraph 2 specific sentence 2 an emission limit value of 20 mg / m3 for the daily average value should emission limit values for total dust for existing plants and by 40 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(7) Notwithstanding the in paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 (c) and paragraph 2 specific for carbon monoxide an emission limit value must not be exceeded when old plants with a rated thermal input of more than 100 MW emission limit values of 250 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 500 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(8) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, sentence 2; number 1 letter d and number specified 2 specific emission limit values for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 450 mg / m3 for the daily average value may 1 at existing plants with a rated thermal input of 50 MW to 100 MW in lignite combustion and 900 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded
2.
at existing plants with a rated thermal input of 50 MW to 100 MW, which are not more than 1 500 operating hours per year in operation, the moving average over a period of five years an emission limit value of 450 mg / m3 for the daily average and 900 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded
3. in the case of existing plants with a rated thermal input of more than 100 MW to 300 MW, which are not more than 1 500 operating hours per year in operation, the moving average over a period of five years the emission limit value of 400 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values; not exceeded
4. existing installations with a rated thermal input of more than 300 Megawatts an emission limit value not exceeding 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(9) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 are number 1 letter e and number specified in 2 specific emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, as sulphur dioxide, except fluidized bed firing systems, an emission limit value of 800 mg / m3 for the daily average value may at existing plants with a rated thermal input of 50 MW to 100 MW, which are not more than 1 500 operating hours per year in operation, the moving average over a period of five years and not exceeded by 1 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values.
(10) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 letter e and number specified 2 specific emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, as sulfur dioxide, an emission limit value of 250 mg / m3 for the daily average value may 1 at existing plants with a rated thermal input of more than 100 MW to 300 MW and not exceed 500 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value whilst the sulphur separation efficiency value by at least 75 per cent of fluidized bed firing systems and of at least 60 percent in other furnaces do not be less than;
2. for existing plants with a rated thermal input of more than 300 MW an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values; not exceeded the requirements for the sulphur separation efficiency referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 letter e remain unaffected 2 number.
Notwithstanding sentence 1 number 1 may in old plants, which not more than 1 500 operating hours per year in operation are, except fluidized bed firing systems, an emission limit value of 800 mg / m3 for the daily average value in the moving average over a period of five years and does not exceed 1 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values; prejudice to the requirements for the sulphur separation efficiency. By way of derogation from set an emission limit value must not be exceeded when old plants, which each year, in the moving average over a period of five years operating hours are not more than 1 500 in operation, 1 number 2 300 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value; the requirements for the sulphur separation efficiency referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 letter e remain unaffected 2 number.
(11) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 letter e and number 2 may for existing plants for the emission of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, as far as due to the sulphur content of the local fuels the emission limits given in paragraph 1 with a proportionate effort cannot be met, expressed as sulphur dioxide, a combustion heat output of 1 50 MW to 100 MW as an alternative a desulphurisation rates of at least 92% as the daily average value provides minimum , 2 more than an emission limit value of 300 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value does not exceed 100 MW to 300 MW and in addition a desulphurisation rates of at least 92 percent as daily average values are not below, 3. more than 300 MW of an emission limit value of 400 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value not exceeded and additional a desulphurisation rates of at least 96% as the daily average value does not fall below.
(12) the operator of a facility referred to in paragraph 8 number 2 or number 3, paragraph 9, or paragraph 10 sentence 2 or sentence 3 has each March 31 a year for the previous five years proof of compliance of the operating time to lead, and to present the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence term of five years after the end of the detection period to keep.

§ 5 emission limit values are (1) large combustion plants using bio fuels, for large combustion plants with use of bio fuels to build and maintain compliance with the requirements of this paragraph and of paragraphs 2 to 7. The operator has to make sure that any daily average values the following emission limit values exceed 1: a) total dust 10 mg / m3, b) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury, 0.03 mg / m3, c) carbon monoxide with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW, and on the use of aaa) natural wood 150 mg / m3, bbb) other bio fuels 250 mg / m3, bb) more than 100 MW and on the use of aaa) natural wood 200 mg / m3 , bbb) other bio fuels 250 mg / m3, d) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW 250 mg / m3, bb) more than 100 MW to 300 MW 200 mg / m3, cc) more than 300 MW and 150 mg / m3, e) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide, and a thermal output of aa) 50 MW to 300 MW 200 mg / m3 , bb) more than 300 MW and 150 mg / m3;
2. any half hourly average values double the emission limits given in point 1 is greater than;
3. no average which is formed over the respective sampling period, exceeds the emission limit values according to annex 1.
(2) the operator has in addition to ensure that for organic substances, stated as total carbon, an emission limit value is not exceeded 10 mg / m3 for the daily average and 20 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values; This does not apply to the use of liquor in the sulfite process pulp industry.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, sentence 2 can number 2 for the emissions of mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury, an emission limit value of 0,05 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(4) the emission limits of this provision must be observed even when the heating surface cleaning.
(5) by way of derogation from the in paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1(a) and paragraph 2 particular an emission limit value must not be exceeded for existing plants ³ for the daily average value, and 40 mg / m3 for the half hour average emission limit values for total dust of 20 mg / m.
(6) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 point d and point 2 specific emission limit values for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 300 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value for plants, allowed for existing installations with a heat output of 1 50 MW to 100 MW the other biofuels use as natural wood , not exceeded;
2. more than 100 MW until 300 MW not; exceeded 250 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 500 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values the emission limit value
3. more than 300 MW an emission limit value are not exceeded by 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(7) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 are number 1 letter e and number specified 2 specific emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, as sulfur dioxide, an emission limit value of 400 mg / m3 for the daily average value may 1 at old plants with use of liquor in the sulfite process pulp industry with a combustion heat output of more than 100 MW to 300 MW and not exceed 800 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values , 2. for existing installations with a rated thermal input of more than 300 MW an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(8) the emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 (b) shall not apply with use of natural wood. The emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 3 shall not apply to the use of 1 natural wood, 2 wood waste in accordance with § 2 paragraph 6 number 2 letter f or 3. fuels produced exclusively from natural wood, as far as thereby no higher or other emissions arise as at use of natural wood.
In the case of sentence 2 number 3 has the operator proof of compliance, in particular through regular inspections of fuel, each up to March 31 to a year for the previous calendar year and to present the competent authority upon request. The operator has to keep the evidence term of five years after the end of the detection period pursuant to sentence 3.

§ 6 emission limit values are large combustion plants using liquid fuels, for large combustion plants using liquid fuels (1) to establish and maintain the requirements 1 this paragraph, paragraphs 2 to 7, paragraph 8 sentence 1, paragraph 9 sentence 1 and paragraph of the 10 and 2 of paragraph 8 compliance with sentence 2 and paragraph 9 set 2.
The operator has to make sure that any daily average values the following emission limit values exceed 1: a) total dust 10 mg / m3, b) carbon monoxide 80 mg / m3, c) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW, and on the use of aaa) light fuel oil for boilers with a setting value of the safety device, in particular a safety temperature limiter or a safety pressure valve , aaaa against excess) a temperature of less than 383,15 K or a pressure of less than 0.05 MPa 180 mg / m3, bbbb) a temperature of 383,75 to 483,15 K or an overpressure 0.05 MPA up to 1,8 MPa 200 mg / m3, cccc) a temperature of more than 483,15 K or a pressure of more than 1.8 MPa 250 mg / m3;
referring to EN 267 issue April 2010; the reference value of organic nitrogen of 140 mg / kg according to Appendix B of the DIN the organically-bound nitrogen content of the fuel is to determine output according to DIN 51444 2003; the measured mass concentrations of nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, are on the reference value of organic nitrogen, as well as on the reference conditions to convert 10 grams per kilogram of air humidity and 20 ° c combustion air temperature;
BBB) other liquid fuels bb) 300 mg / m3, more than 100 MW to 300 MW 150 mg / m3, cc) more than 300 MW and 100 mg / m3, d) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide, a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW 350 mg / m3, bb) more than 100 MW to 300 MW 200 mg / m3, cc) more than 300 MW and 150 mg / m3 , for large combustion plants with a rated thermal input of more than 100 MW a desulphurisation rates is; reached in addition to the limit of the mass concentration of at least 85 percent as far as this requirement leads to emissions of less than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average value, at least a desulphurisation rates is to comply with, which leads to emissions of not more than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average value;
2. any half hourly average values exceeds twice the emission limits given in point 1 and no mean value, which is formed over the respective sampling period, the emission limit values according to annex 1 exceeds 3.
(2) by way of derogation from the in paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 (a) particular the soot number of 1 for the three minute average value must not be exceeded when used by light fuel oil emission limit values for total dust.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 No. 3 is for systems in which distillation and conversion residues are used for own consumption in refineries, the emission limit value without making the consideration of vanadium; for vanadium and its compounds, expressed as vanadium, an emission limit value will not exceed 0,5 mg / m3.
(4) the emission limits of this provision must be observed even when the heating surface cleaning.
(5) by way of derogation from the in paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1(a) and paragraph 2 particular an emission limit value must not be exceeded for existing plants emission limit values for total dust of 20 mg / m3 for the daily average and 40 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(6) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 are number 1 (c) and number specified 2 specific emission limit values for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, which exclusively to cover the peak load energy supply while up to 300 hours / year serve an emission limit value of 300 mg / m3 for the daily average value, may at old plants with use of light fuel oil with a rated thermal input of 50 MW to 100 MW, and not exceed 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values.
(7) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 are number 1 (c) and number specified 2 specific emission limit values for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 350 mg / m3 for the daily average value allowed for existing plants using liquid fuels except for light fuel oil with a heat output of 1 50 MW to 100 MW and 700 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value not exceeded , up to 300 MW an emission limit value are not exceeded 2. more than 100 MW of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values, 3. an emission limit value are not exceeded more than 300 MW of 150 mg / m3 for the daily average and 300 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
By way of derogation from set an emission limit value must not be exceeded when old plants 1 number 1 400 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value. By way of derogation from sentence 1 number 2 may in plants of old, not more than 1 500 operating hours per year are 1 in the moving average over a period of five years, an emission limit value of 400 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value is not exceeded, distillation and conversion residues insert 2, an emission limit value of 400 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 800 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(8) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, sentence 2 are number 1, letter d and number specified 2 specific emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, as sulfur dioxide, an emission limit value of 250 mg / m3 for the daily average value allowed for existing plants in other liquid fuels as light fuel oil with a heat output of 1 more than 100 MW to 300 MW and not exceed 500 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value , 2. more than 300 MW an emission limit value are not exceeded by 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
The requirements for the sulphur separation efficiency referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 letter d remain unaffected 2 number.
(9) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 point d and point 2 specific emission limit values for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide, when old plants for other liquid fuels as light fuel oil, which are not more than 1 500 operating hours per year in operation, with a combustion heat output of 1 in the moving average over a period of five years may 50 MW to 100 MW an emission limit value of 850 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 1 700 mg / m3 the half hourly average values do not exceed the emission limit value not be exceeded 2. more than 100 MW up to 300 MW of 850 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 1 700 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values and a sulphur separation efficiency will be reached by at least 60 percent, 3. an emission limit value of not be exceeded more than 300 MW 300 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are.
As far as this paragraph provides for no derogations to the sulphur separation efficiency, the provisions of paragraph 1 be 2 number set 1 letter d to the desulphurisation rates untouched.
(10) by way of derogation from paragraph 3, second half-sentence do not exceed expressed as vanadium, an emission limit value of 1.0 mg / m3 for existing plants for vanadium and its compounds.
(11) the operator of a facility pursuant to paragraph 6, paragraph 7 sentence 3 number 1 or paragraph 9 has each March 31 a year for the previous five years proof of compliance of the operating time to lead, and to present the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence term of five years after the end of the detection period to keep.
(12) with the use of light fuel oil, that the requirements of light fuel oil of the regulation about the texture and the award of the qualities of fuels by 8 December 2010 (BGBl. I S. 1849) in amended with regard to the sulphur content paragraph are satisfied, 2 in paragraph 1 sentence not to apply these requirements to the sulphur separation efficiency 1 letter d.
(13) the emission limit values set 2 are number 3 referred to in paragraph 1 not to apply in the use of light fuel oil.

Article 7 emission limit values are large combustion plants using gaseous fuels, for large combustion plants using gaseous fuels (1) to establish and maintain compliance with the requirements of this paragraph and of paragraphs 2 to 4. The operator has to make sure that any daily average values the following emission limit values exceed 1: a) total dust when using aa) blast furnace gas or coke oven gas 10 mg / m3, bb) other gaseous fuels 5 mg / m3, b) carbon monoxide when using aa) natural gas 50 mg / m3, bb) blast furnace gas or coke oven gas cc 100 mg / m3,) other gaseous fuels 80 mg / m3, c) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide , indicated as nitrogen dioxide, with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 300 MW and on the use of aaa) natural gas 100 mg / m3, bbb) other gaseous fuels 200 mg / m3, bb) more than 300 MW and 100 mg / m3, d) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide use of aa) liquefied gas 5 mg / m3, bb) coke oven gas 350 mg / m3, cc) blast furnace gas 200 mg / m3 , dd) other gaseous fuels 35 mg / m3;
2. any half hourly average values double the emission limits given in point 1 exceeds.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, sentence 2 may number 1 (c) and number 2 at existing plants with a rated thermal input of more than 300 MW at use of blast furnace gas or coke oven gas for nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 135 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 270 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 may number 1 (c) and number 2 in legacy assets to the reforming of natural gas or for the production of olefins by columns of hydrocarbons for nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, with a combustion heat output of 1 an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values do not exceed more than 100 MW to 300 MW , 2. more than 300 MW an emission limit value are not exceeded 150 mg / m3 for the daily average and 300 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(4) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 aa triple letter bbb may number 1(c) double letter when old plants into refineries for nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 300 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.

Article 8 emission limit values for gas turbine plants are (1) gas turbine plants to build and maintain that the requirements 1 this paragraph and paragraphs 3, 4, 5 set 1, paragraphs 6 to 10, and 2. paragraphs 2 and 5 sentence 2 are respected.
The operator has to make sure that any daily average values the following emission limit values exceed 1: a) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, 50 mg / m3, b) carbon monoxide 100 mg / m3;
2. any half hourly average values double the emission limits given in point 1 exceeds.
(2) the emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1 apply when operating from a load of 70 percent, under ISO conditions (temperature 288,15 K, pressure 101,3 kPa, relative humidity 60%). For operation at loads up to 70 percent, the authority sets the partial-load range to be monitored, as well as the to be observed in this field emission limits for the pollutants referred to in paragraph 1.
(3) sentence 2 number is by way of derogation from paragraph 1 1(a) gas turbines in solo mode, to raise their efficiency under ISO conditions more than 35 percent, the emission limit value according to the percentage increase of efficiency. Do not exceed the emission limit value of 75 mg / m3 for the daily average.
(4) in the case of liquid fuel, the soot number in continuous operation allowed the value 2 and starting not exceed a value of 4.
(5) only light fuel oil that meets the requirements of light fuel oil by the Ordinance on the texture and the award of the qualities of fuels with regard to the sulphur content, may be used in gas turbines when using liquid fuels. Notwithstanding sentence 1 other fuels may be used, if equivalent measures to reduce emissions of sulphur oxides are applied.
(6) in the case of gaseous fuels the emission limit values from section 7, paragraph 1, sentence 2 are indicated as sulphur dioxide to convert to a reference oxygen content of 15 percent 1 letter d and number 2 for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide number.
(7) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 1 letter a and number indicated as nitrogen dioxide, may number 2 set emission limit values for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, for a single gas turbines with a rated thermal input of less than 50 MW, is are part of a plant with a rated thermal input of 50 MW or more when the use of other gaseous fuels, except natural gas, or liquid fuels , an emission limit value of 120 mg / m3 for the daily average and 240 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(8) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 must number 1 letter a and number 2 for existing plants when using 1 gas in plants with cogeneration with total efficiency in an annual average of at least 75 percent in investment in the combined operation with an electric overall efficiency in the annual average by at least 55 percent or equipment to drive machinery an emission limit value passed or failed; 75 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 150 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value
2. other gaseous fuels or light fuel oil an emission limit value of 120 mg / m3 for the daily average and 240 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values are not exceeded.
(9) sentence 2 number must by way of derogation from paragraph 1 1 letter a and number 2 in old plants, which operating hours per year are not more than 1 500, an emission limit value of 75 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 150 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value not exceeded 1 for use of natural gas in the moving average over a period of five years;
2. usage of other gaseous fuels or light fuel oil an emission limit value not exceeding 150 mg / m3 for the daily average and 300 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(10) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, sentence 2 must number 1 letter a and number 2 at old plants that are operating exclusively to cover the peak load energy supply while up to 300 hours, 1 with use of natural gas an emission limit of 150 mg / m3 for the daily average and 300 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values not be; exceeded
2. usage of other gaseous fuels or light fuel oil an emission limit value not exceeding 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(11) in the case of gas turbines, which are used during up to 300 hours in the year, the emergency operation, you are not to apply paragraphs 1 to 3.
(12) the operator of a plant according to paragraph 9, 10 or 11 has proof of compliance of the operating time and the competent authority upon request to submit to each until March 31 of a year for the previous five years. The operator of a facility referred to in paragraph 8 has number 1 each March 31 a year for the previous year to lead evidence of compliance with the respective overall efficiency and to provide the competent authority upon request. Operators have the evidence term of five years after the end of the detection period to keep.
(13) for gas turbines with supplementary firing emission limit values and related reference oxygen content on the basis of the relevant requirements for the gas turbine are according to this provision and the relevant requirements for the supplementary firing after section 6 or section 7 by the authority in some cases to set.

§ 9 emission limit values for gas engine systems are (1) gas engine systems to build and maintain compliance with the requirements of this paragraph and paragraph 2. The operator has to make sure that any daily average values the following emission limit values exceed 1: a) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, with use of gaseous fuels 200 mg / m3, b) carbon monoxide 250 mg / m3;
2. any half hourly average values double the emission limits given in point 1 exceeds.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 1 letter a and number 2 may for existing plants an emission limit value for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, from 250 mg / m3 for the daily average value and not exceed 500 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
(3) in the case of gas engine systems, which serve for up to 300 hours in the year, the emergency operation, paragraph 1 shall not apply.
(4) the operator of a facility pursuant to paragraph 3 has a proof of compliance of the operating time and the competent authority upon request to submit to lead each until March 31 a year for the previous year. The operator has the evidence term of five years after the end of the detection period to keep.
(5) other or further requests for other regulations or the first general administrative provision to the Federal Immission Control Act (technical guide to clean of air - TA air) of 24 July 2002 (GMBl p. 511) in the currently valid version shall remain unaffected.

§ 10 emission limit values are combustion plants in operation with multiple fuels (1) when using multiple fuels to operate, compliance with the requirements of the set 2. The operator has to make sure that 1 not a daily average value the resulting from the emission limit value each subsequent paragraphs 2 to 4 and 2 exceeds any half hourly average values twice the emissions limit specified in paragraph 1.
(2) in the case of mixing combustion are based on the ratio of the thermal output supplied with this fuel to the total listed to combustion heat performance to determine the emission limit values relevant for the respective fuel and the respective reference oxygen content. The emission limits applicable to the furnaces and the authoritative reference oxygen content result by adding the values determined in accordance with sentence 1.
(3) in the case of existing mixing combustion in furnaces in which distillation and conversion residues are used for own consumption in refineries, the emission limit value is 1 for the fuel with the highest emission limit value provided that the thermal output supplied with the fuel with the highest emission limit value accounts for at least 50 percent of the total listed to combustion heat performance, 2nd in the remaining paragraph 2 subject to the proviso that as emission limit value of the fuel with the highest emission limit value twice this value minus the emission limit value of the fuel with the lowest emission limit value set will.
By way of derogation from sentence 1, the competent authority on request for existing large combustion plants, which burn the distillation and conversion residues from the refining of crude oil alone or in combination with other fuels for domestic consumption, for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide, an emission limit of 600 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 1 200 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values than on the exhaust gas volume flows allow weighted average may within a refinery.
(4) in the case of multi fabric furnaces, the requirements for the respective fuel.

Large combustion plants with a rated thermal input of more than 300 MW § 11 in to be complied the annual average emission limit values (1) are to build and maintain that no annual average of total dust exceed an emission limit of 10 mg / m3.
(2) large combustion plants are using solid fuels and biofuels to build and maintain that no annual average of mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury, an emission limit of 0.01 mg / m3 exceeds.
(3) large combustion plants, except existing installations are in use of solid and liquid fuels and use of bio fuels to build and maintain that no annual average exceeds the following emission limit values of nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide,: 1. in installations with a rated thermal input of 50 MW to 100 MW 250 mg / m3;
2. in installations with a rated thermal input of more than 100 MW and 100 mg / m3.
(4) the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply to installations which are used exclusively to cover the peak load energy for up to 300 hours in the year.
(5) the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply to facilities that serve only the emergency operation for up to 300 hours in the year.
(6) the operator of a system in accordance with paragraph 4 or 5 has proof of compliance of the operating time and the competent authority upon request to submit to each until March 31 a year for the previous year. The operator has the evidence term of five years after the end of the detection period to keep.

§ Has 12-cogeneration of operators implement measures to the combined heat and power in the establishment or the significant modification of an installation, unless unless this is technically impossible or disproportionate. The operator has to show this fact in accordance with sentence 1 to the competent authority.

§ 13 transpires from plants is a heating system the requirements of articles 4 to 12 on the equipment and procedures should be modified, as well as on the equipment and process steps, on which the change will affect, to apply immediately are significantly changed. For the determination of the requirements, the overall performance of the system is determined after the essential change.

§ 14 systems for the capture and compression of CO2 (1) before of the first permit to establish or to operate of a facility for the generation of electricity with an electric power of 300 megawatts or more has the operator to check that 1 there are suitable carbon dioxide storage available and 2 access to equipment for the transport of carbon dioxide, as well as the retrofitting of facilities for the capture and compression of CO2 are technically possible and economically reasonable.
This applies correspondingly for the amendment or extension of a plant to an electrical output of 300 megawatts or more. The operator has to present the result of the assessment of the competent authority.
(2) the conditions referred to in paragraph 1 are met, the operator on the premises has to keep a sufficiently large surface for the retrofit of the constructed installation with the systems required for the capture and compression of CO2.

§ 15 are to take measures to limit the emissions subject to the competent authority according to the requirements of technical instruction for the pollution control of air emissions during storage and transport operations (1) during the storage and transportation of materials.
(2) like are emissions that arise from the draining of filtering equipment to reduce the dust in closed containers are deducted or moistened at the discharge points.
(3) for pulverized combustion residues are to use closed transport facilities and closed storage.

§ 16 leakage conditions are the exhaust for exhaust gases in a controlled way to infer that an undisturbed evacuation is possible with the free air flow. The requirements of technical instruction for clean of air are to be used for determining the discharge height. The detailed provisions are set in the permit.

§ 17 waste gas cleaning facilities (1) as far as waste gas cleaning facilities are required to comply with the emission limit values, the entire exhaust gas flow must be treated.
(2) the operator of a facility has malfunction on a waste gas cleaning facility or its failure immediately to take the necessary measures for proper operation. He has to restrict the operation of the system or to take them if proper operation can be ensured within a period of 24 hours. In any case, he immediately has the authority to teach at the latest within 48 hours.
(3) the competent authority has to provide appropriate measures for the case of a malfunction of the waste gas cleaning facility or their failure in the permit. Failure of a waste gas cleaning facility a facility may be operated within 120 hours without this waste gas cleaning facility during a period of twelve consecutive months.
Section 3 measuring and monitoring § 18 stations of the operator has set up before commissioning of a plant for the measurements for the determination of emissions, as well as to the determination of the reference or company sizes measuring stations. The measuring stations pursuant to sentence 1 shall be sufficiently large, easily accessible and designed and be selected so that representative and proper measurements are guaranteed. For more information to determine the competent authority.

§ 19 measurement processes and measuring equipment (1) the operator has to make sure that the State of metrology measurement techniques are applied and used appropriate measuring devices that meet the requirements of annex 3 number 1-3, for measurements. For more information to determine the competent authority.
(2) the operator shall ensure that the sampling and analysis of all pollutants as well as the quality assurance of automated measuring systems and the reference measurement methods to calibrate automated measurement systems are performed according to CEN standards of the European Committee for standardization. No CEN standards are available, so ISO standards, national standards or other international standards be applied, ensuring that data is obtained from equivalent scientific quality.
(3) the operator has to demonstrate the proper installation of measuring and evaluation systems for continuous monitoring prior to the start-up of the heating system of the competent authority by the certificate for the calibration, which was announced by the competent authority of the country or the authority determined by national law according to § 29 b of paragraph 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act.
(4) the operator has measuring devices used for the continuous determination of emissions or the size to a spot that was made public by the competent national authority or the authority determined by national law according to § 29 b paragraph 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act, to calibrate 1. pursuant to paragraph 5, and 2. functioning check.
(5) the function ability is to annually check by means of parallel measurements by using the reference method. The calibration is to perform each after the establishment and any significant change to release as soon as the undisturbed operation is reached, but no earlier than three months and not later than six months after commissioning. The calibration must be repeated at least every three years.
(6) the operator has the reports of the results of calibration and test the functioning of the competent authority within twelve weeks after calibration and validation to present.
Footnote section 3 para 3 italics: should properly be "given" section 20 continuous measurements
(1) the operator is continuously to determine the following parameters, to register, to evaluate in accordance with article 22, paragraph 1 and to transmit immediately in the case of section 22 paragraph 2 sentence 3 of the competent authority: 1. the mass concentration of emissions of total dust, mercury, total organic carbon, carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, sulfur trioxide and the soot number as far as emission limit values or a limitation on the number of soot are set, 2. the volume of content on oxygen in the exhaust gas and 3 the operating values required for assessing the technical functioning , in particular performance, exhaust gas temperature, flue gas volume flow, humidity and pressure.
The operator has to equip the equipment before operating with appropriate measuring and evaluation systems for this purpose.
(2) measuring devices for the moisture content are not necessary, as far as the exhaust gas before the determination of the mass concentration of emissions is dried. Arises on the basis of the design and operation of wet flue gas desulphurisation as a result of the saturation condition of the exhaust gas and flue gas temperature constant, that the moisture content in the exhaust gas at the sampling site takes a constant value, should the competent authority waive the continuous measurement of the moisture content and allow the use of the value determined in individual measurements. In this case, the operator has to lead evidence on the existence of the aforementioned conditions during calibration and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence to be kept five years after calibration.
(3) the total dust emission is without assigning contribution of Schwefeltrioxids to the measured value.
(4) arises on the basis of the input materials, the design, the operation or on the basis of individual measurements, that the percentage of nitrogen dioxide is in the nitrogen oxide emissions below 5 percent, the competent authority should abandon the continuous measurement of nitrogen dioxide and calculation allow the determination of the content. In this case, the operator has to lead evidence of the amount of nitrogen dioxide calibration and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has the credentials to store each five years after calibration.
(5) if the mass concentration of sulphur dioxide is measured continuously, the mass concentration of sulphur trioxide can calibration be determined and taken into account by calculation.
(6) the operator has to determine the sulphur content in the fuel used for determining the sulphur separation efficiency in addition to the measurement of emissions of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide in the exhaust gas regularly. While the competent authority closer determines how detected that the sulfur separation rates as daily average values are respected.
(7) the competent authority may decide for combustion plants with a life span of less than 10 000 operating hours, to refrain from the continuous measurements referred to in paragraph 1.

§ 21 exceptions to the requirement of continuous measurements (1) by way of derogation are not required measurements for the determination of emissions of total dust and sulphur oxides by article 20, paragraph 1 for combustion plants which are operated exclusively with natural gas. In this case, the operator of single measurements for dust in accordance with paragraph 7 has to perform and to lead evidence on the sulphur content of the fuel used regularly recurring every six months and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence to keep each five years after creation.
(2) by way of derogation from article 20, paragraph 1, measurements for the determination of emissions of sulphur oxides are not required for combustion plants, which are operated with light fuel oil, diesel fuel or natural gas. In this case, the operator must regularly recurring every six months to conduct verification of the sulphur content and the lower calorific value of the fuel and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence to keep each five years after creation.
(3) by way of derogation from article 20 paragraph 1 measurements for the determination of emissions of sulphur oxides are not required for combustion plants which are operated exclusively with organic fuels, if the emission limits through the use of appropriate fuels. In this case, the operator must regularly recurring every six months to conduct verification of the sulphur content and the lower calorific value of the fuel and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence to keep each five years after creation.
(4) by way of derogation from article 20 paragraph 1 measurements for the determination of emissions of carbon monoxide, nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide are not required for natural gas-fired gas turbines and gas-fired gas engines with a rated thermal input of less than 100 megawatts if by other tests, in particular the process conditions, it is ensured that the emission limit values are complied. In this case, the operator of single measurements is under paragraph 7 to perform 1 set to lead evidence of the correlation between the tests and the emission limit values and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence to keep each five years after creation.
(5) for mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury, the competent authority should forgo application on continuous measurement, if by other tests, particularly of fuels, it is ensured that the emission limit values are taken to the §§ 4 and 5 for mercury and its compounds to less than 50 percent claim and resulting from the measurements, that the annual average is safely maintained pursuant to article 11, paragraph 2. In this case, the operator must regularly recurring each year carried out measurements and to lead evidence of the correlation between the tests and the emission limit values, and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has the evidence term of five years after the end of the detection period to keep.
(6) the evidence in the cases of paragraphs 1 to 5 are through proceedings according to the relevant CEN standards or, if no CEN standards are available to provide proven equivalent procedures. The procedure is to show the competent authority, and to approve of this. The approval is considered to have been granted if the competent authority has not objected within a period of four weeks.
(7) as far as the preceding paragraphs allow exceptions from the continuous measurement of sulphur dioxide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, dust and carbon monoxide, and as far as individual measurements to make are in their place, article 23, paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis. The preceding paragraphs to make exceptions by continuous measurement of others as the pollutants referred to in sentence 1, as well as the parameters according to § 20 paragraph 1 sentence 1 allow number 2 or number 3, and as far as in their place of individual measurements are set 1 with the proviso that the individual measurements are unless regulated conduct recurring every three years shall apply. In addition regulations section 23, paragraph 3 and 4 and of article 24.

Section 22 is the half hourly average values to form and to convert to annex 4 on the reference oxygen content evaluation and assessment of continuous measurements (1) during operation of the plant from the measured values determined in accordance with section 20 for each subsequent half hour each. For the substances, their Emissionen are reduced by exhaust gas cleaning facilities and limited, the conversion of the measured values only for the times may be where the oxygen content measured over the reference oxygen content is. The daily average value is based on the daily operating time to form from the half hour mean values for each day. Each day on which more than six half-hour averages due to malfunction or maintenance of the continuous measurement system are invalid, is not valid. And shut-down operations, where exceeding twice of the set emission limits can not be prevented, special arrangements are to meet by the competent authority. More than ten days are invalid, in the year due to such situations, the competent authority has to engage the operator, to initiate appropriate measures to improve the reliability of the continuous monitoring system.
(2) the results of the continuous measurements the operator for each calendar year has to create a measurement report and to present the competent authority by 31 March of the following year. The operator has five years after the end of the reporting period pursuant to sentence 1 to store the report pursuant to sentence 1, as well as the related records of the measuring instruments. Unless the competent authority appropriate transmission of telemetric measurement results, eliminates the obligation pursuant to sentence 1, to present her report.
(3) the emission limit values are complied with, if 1 no result of a day - validated according to Appendix 3 and half hours average exceeds the respectively applicable emission limit value according to the sections 4 to 10 and 2 is less than no result the respectively relevant desulphurisation rates according to article 4 or article 6.
(4) the operator has the annual means pursuant to section 11 on the basis of validated daily average values to calculate; to do this, the average daily values of the calendar year are together and to divide by the number of daily average values. The operator has to lead evidence of the annual mean values for each calendar year up to March 31 of the following year and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The certificates are to be kept five years after the end of the verification period.
(5) the emission limit values are complied with, pursuant to section 11 if no result of year average determined in accordance with paragraph 4 exceeds an emission limit pursuant to section 11.

Article 23 individual measurements (1) the operator has after construction or significant modification of the installation measurements for determining whether the requirements of article 4, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 3, § 5, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 3 and § 6, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 3 are met, carried out by one according to § 29 b of paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 26 of the Federal Immission Control Act announced site to allow.
(2) the operator has the measurements referred to in paragraph 1 after reaching uninterrupted operation, but no earlier than after three months of operation, and no later than six months after commissioning, and then recurring at least every three years carry at least on three days to let (repeated measurements).
(3) the operator has to perform the measurements referred to in paragraph 1, if the heating system with the highest performance, for which it is approved at the feedstocks used during the measurement for continuous operation.
(4) for the monitoring of the requirements of article 4, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 3, § 5, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 3 and § 6, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 3 is the sampling period for measurements for the determination of emissions of the substances after 1 Appendix 1 letter a to c with the exception of (a) pyrene at least a half an hour and no more than two hours , 2. conditioning 1 letter d and benzopyrene at least six hours and a maximum of eight hours.
For the system 1 substances referred to in points (d) or Annex 2 the limit of detection of the used method of analysis not about 0.005 nanograms per cubic metre exhaust should be.
(5) the repeated measurements for the determination of emissions of substances are by way of derogation from paragraph 2 number for large combustion plants using solid and liquid fuels and use of biofuels according to § 4, paragraph 1, sentence 2 3, § 5, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 3 and § 6, paragraph 1, sentence 2 No. 3 not required if by regular checks of fuels, especially for new fuels , and the driving is reliably demonstrated that the emissions are less than 50% of the emission limit values. In this case, the operator for each calendar year has to lead such evidence, and to submit to the competent authority upon request. The operator has to keep the evidence of five years after the end of the detection period pursuant to sentence 2.

Section 24 has reports and assessment of individual measurements (1) the operator about the results of the measurements to create a measurement report pursuant to sentence 2 according to section 23 and to present the competent authority without delay. The test report must contain the following: 1. information on the measurement planning, 2. the result of each single measurement, 3. the used measurement techniques and 4. the operating conditions for the assessment of the measurement results of importance.
(2) the emission limit values is considered to have been complied with, if not a result of a single measurement exceed an emission limit according to §§ 4 to 10 or Appendix 1.

Article 25 annual reports on emissions (1) the operator has to report the following to the competent authority for the first time for the year 2016 and then annually until May 31 of the following year for each individual system in accordance with the rules of aggregation according to § 3: 1 the installed thermal output of the heating system, in megawatts, 2. the type of combustion plant: boiler combustion, gas turbine, gas engine, diesel engine, other combustion plant with precise indication of the nature of the heating system , 3. the date of the launch and the last significant modification of the heating system, including the naming of the substantial change, 4. the annual total emissions, in mega grams per year of sulphur oxides, indicated as sulphur dioxide, oxides of nitrogen, expressed as nitrogen dioxide and dust, specified as particulate matter total, 5. the annual hours of operation of the heating system, 6 the annual total energy use in Terajoules per year, based on the lower calorific value, broken down into the following categories of fuel : a) hard coal, b) Brown coal, c) biofuels, d) peat, e) other solid fuels with precise indication of the designation of the solid fuel f) liquid fuels, g) natural gas, h) other gases with specifying the name of the gas, 7 for combustion plants, § 4(4) apply's the used domestic solid fuel sulphur and the obtained sulphur separation efficiency, averaged over each month. in the first year of the application of section 4, paragraph 4, also the technical justification is submitted, why compliance with the rule emission limit values referred to in article 4 is not feasible, 8 for combustion plants, which are not more than 1 500 hours per year in operation in the moving average over a period of five years, the number of operating hours per year for the year under review and the previous four calendar years , 9. an indication whether the combustion plant part of a refinery is.
(2) up including for the reporting year 2015 the operator of a facility of the authority has per year each until May 31 of the following year for each individual facility referred to in paragraph 1 to report number 4, 6, and 9.
(3) the competent national law Supreme Land authorities or the authorities designated by them review the report referred to in paragraph 1 and 2 on plausibility and guide to until October 31 of the year following the year under review by electronic means for transmission to the European Commission that the Federal Environmental Agency. The Federal Environmental Agency has to compile the reports on lineups for each single year and three-year periods, where the combustion plant in refineries separately list are.
Section 4 common provisions section 26 approval of exemptions (1) that competent authority may on exemptions from this regulation allow application of the operator, provided that, taking into account the special circumstances of the case 1 individual requirements of regulation do not or only at disproportionate time and effort are satisfiable, 2. Moreover the emission mitigation measures corresponding to the State of the art used, 3 the chimney height according to the technical instructions to clean of air in the currently valid version for an approved as an exception Emission limit value is set, it is because, also in this respect, the criteria of number 1 exist, and 4. the exceptions do not preclude the requirements of the directive 2010/75/EEC.
(2) where exceptions are granted in accordance with Directive 75/2010/EU, which lead to a reporting obligation to the European Commission, has the authority pursuant to paragraph 1 without delay for transmission to the European Commission to send a copy of the exemption the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety.

§ 27 additional requirements (1) the authority of the competent authority, other or further requirements, in particular to prevent harmful environmental impacts according to § 5 paragraph 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act, to be number 1, remain unaffected.
(2) the competent authority at a facility in some cases already set standards to a precaution against harmful environmental impacts due to air pollution, which go beyond the requirements of this regulation, these are still relevant.
Section 5 final provisions § 28 accessibility and equivalence of standards and worksheets (1) are the DIN standards referred to in paragraphs 2 and 6, as well as the CEN standards referred to in sections 19 and 21 at the Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin. § 2 paragraph 12 DVGW worksheets referred to are in economic and Verlagsgesellschaft gas and water mbH, Bonn, to relate. The mentioned DIN standards are in the German national library, the CEN standards referred, as well as the above worksheets are laid down in terms of archive secured at the German patent and trade mark Office in Munich.
(2 in paragraphs 2 and 6 DIN referred to and DVGW worksheets, those corresponding relevant CEN standards are) and where no such CEN standards are available, ISO standards or other international standards, which are demonstrably equivalent requirements, the national standards.

Section 29 offences (1) any person within the meaning of article 62, paragraph 1 paragraph 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act is, who intentionally or negligently prevent 1 article 4, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 5, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 6, paragraph 1, sentence 1 number a there called plant improperly constructed No. 1, section 9, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or § 10 paragraph 1 sentence 1 No. 1, section 7, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 8, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or operates incorrectly , 2.
contrary to § 4 paragraph 12, section 5, paragraph 8, set 3 or set 4, § 6, paragraph 11, § 8 paragraph 12, section 9, paragraph 4, article 20, paragraph 2, sentence 3 or set 4, section 20, paragraph 4, sentence 2 or sentence 3, article 21, paragraph 1, sentence 2 or sentence 3, article 21, paragraph 2, sentence 2 or sentence 3, article 21, paragraph 3, sentence 2 or sentence 3 , Article 21, paragraph 4, sentence 2 or sentence 3, article 21, paragraph 5, sentence 2 or sentence do not, not properly or not fully leads proof therein 3, article 23, paragraph 5, sentence 2 or sentence 3 or not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submit or not or kept at least five years 3. an enforceable order according to section 8, paragraph 2, sentence 2, , Contravenes section 20, paragraph 6, sentence 2 and article 22, paragraph 1, sentence 6, 4. contrary to § 12 sentence 2 do not, not properly or in a timely manner is an ad, not indemnify a button there called 5. contrary to article 14, paragraph 2, 6 contrary to article 17, paragraph 2, sentence 1 not or not timely takes a there called action, 7 contrary to article 17, paragraph 2, sentence 2 not or not timely restricts the operation of a plant or a plant not or not timely decommissioning , 8 contrary to section 17, paragraph 2, sentence 3 information not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time makes, 9 contrary to § 18 sentence 1 not or not correctly sets up a measuring station, 10 contrary to article 19, paragraph 1, sentence 1 does not ensure that a there called a measurement method applied or used a there called measuring device, 11 contrary to article 19, paragraph 2, sentence 1 does not ensure , that is carried out a sampling or analysis or quality assurance according to the mentioned standards, 12 violates article 19, paragraph 3 does not or not timely provides proof of therein, 13 violates article 19, paragraph 4 is not or not timely to calibrate a measuring device or not or not timely operation of check can be, 14 contrary to article 19, paragraph 6, article 22, paragraph 3, sentence 1 or set 2 , Section 24, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 25 paragraph 1 or paragraph 2, section 30, paragraph 2, sentence 2 or § 30 paragraph 5 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submit therein report, there called list, or an overview or not or at least five years recorded 15 contrary to article 20, paragraph 1, sentence 1, a there called mass concentration, a volume content therein or there called operating size not , incorrectly, incompletely or not timely determined, not, incorrectly, not fully or not timely registered, not, not properly, not fully or in time evaluates or not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submitted, 16 contrary to article 20, paragraph 1, sentence 2 do not, not properly or in a timely manner equips a plant, 17 contrary to § 21 (1) sentence 2, article 21, paragraph 4, sentence 2 , Article 21, paragraph 5, sentence 2 or § 23 paragraph 1, not, not properly or in time carry out a there called measurement 2 or paragraph 3 allows, 18 contrary to section 22, paragraph 2, sentence 2 stored report or a there called record does not, or at least five years or 19 contrary to section 30, paragraph 2, sentence 2 or paragraph 5 not or not timely submit one there called list or overview.
(2) any person within the meaning of article 62, paragraph 1 No. 7 of the Federal Immission Control Act who intentionally or negligently 1 is contrary to section 11, subsection 1, 2, 3 or paragraph 4 sentence 1 building a there called facility with incorrectly or improperly operates 2. contrary to article 11, paragraph 8, or section 22, paragraph 5, sentence 2 or sentence 3 do not, not properly or not fully leads a proof , not, not properly, not fully or not timely submit or not or at least five years kept.

Article 30 transitional provisions (1) for existing plants are 1 the requirements of this regulation, excluding article 11 paragraph 1 and 2, from 1 January 2016, 2. According to section 11, subsection 1 and 2 from 1 January 2019. (2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 requirements for the old plants with a rated thermal input of 50 MW up to 200 MW, the at least 50 percent of the generated heat of the system , calculated as a rolling average over a period of five years, as steam or hot water in a public network of district heating from the requirements of this regulation only as of January 1, 2023. The operator of a facility pursuant to sentence 1 has calculated from 1 January 2016 for each calendar year a statement of the portion of the generated heat of the plant, which has been transferred, as steam or hot water in a public district heating network than average over the previous five years, and up to March 31 of the following year of the competent authority to present.
(3) until the dates referred to respectively in paragraphs 1 and 2 is for the installations concerned large combustion - and gas turbine plants Ordinance of July 20, 2004 (BGBl. I S. 1717), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of January 27, 2009 (BGBl. I p. 129) changed, continue to apply as amended by force until May 2, 2013. In addition, the requirements of the Directive 75/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control of pollution) apply on the dates referred to in sentence 1 (recast) (OJ L 334 of the 17.12.2010, p. 17), as far as they go beyond the requirements of mentioned in clause 1 or of this regulation. Requirements provided in the individual case by the competent authority to prevent adverse environmental impacts due to air pollution remain unaffected.
(4) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 the operator apply to an existing plant, for which up to declared January 1, 2014, to the competent authority in writing, that he until 31 December 2023 shutdowns this plant without the permission to operate from the approval and maximum in 17 500 hours operates from 1 January 2016, the requirements of Directive 2001/80/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2001 on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants from in the air (OJ L 309 of the 27.11.2001, p. 1), the last by Directive 2006/105/EC (OJ L 363 of 20.12.2006, p. 368) has been changed. By way of derogation from sentence 1 the requirements of the regulation on large combustion - and gas turbine plants by July 20, 2004 shall apply (BGBl. I S. 1717), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of January 27, 2009 (BGBl. I p. 129) has been changed ' in force until 2 may 2013 amended, insofar as they go beyond the requirements of the directive referred to in sentence 1. Requirements provided in the individual case by the competent authority to prevent adverse environmental impacts due to air pollution remain unaffected.
(5) the operator of a facility pursuant to paragraph 4 has to create an overview of the number of hours worked from 1 January 2016 for each calendar year and to present the competent authority by 31 March of the following year.

Appendix 1 (to article 4, paragraph 1 and 2, article 5, paragraph 1, article 6, paragraph 1 and article 23 paragraph 4) emission limit values for carcinogenic substances (reference: BGBl. I 2013, 1040) the following emission limit values apply to the carcinogenic substances referred to in points (a) to (d): a) cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium, thallium and its compounds, indicated as thallium, a total 0,05 mg / m3, b) antimony and its compounds , expressed as antimony, arsenic and its compounds, indicated as arsenic, lead and its compounds, expressed as lead, chromium and its compounds, expressed as chromium, cobalt and its compounds, expressed as cobalt, copper and its compounds, expressed as copper, manganese and its compounds, expressed as manganese, nickel and its compounds, expressed as nickel, vanadium and its compounds, specified as vanadium, Tin and its compounds , expressed as Tin total 0.5 mg / m3, c) arsenic and its compounds (except for arsenic hydrogen), specified as arsenic, cadmium and its compounds of cadmium and its compounds, standardised as cadmium, water-soluble cobalt compounds, expressed as cobalt, chromium(vi) (except barium chromate and lead chromate), indicated as chrome total 0,05 mg / m3, or arsenic and its compounds, indicated as arsenic, benzo , expressed as cadmium, cobalt and its compounds, expressed as cobalt, chromium and its compounds, indicated as chromium, total 0,05 mg / m3, and d) dioxins and furans in accordance with Appendix 2 total 0.1 ng/m3.

Annex 2 (to Appendix 1 letter d) equivalence factors (reference: BGBl. I 2013, 1041) for the sum value to be formed according to Appendix 1 for Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxins, Dibenzofurans and dl-PCBs are to multiply the concentrations measured in the exhaust the following dioxins, furans, and dl-PCB with the specified equivalence factors and to sum up: material equivalence factor polychlorinated dibenzodioxins (PCDDS) WHO TEF 2005 2,3,7,8 - Tetrachlordibenzodioxin (TCDD) 1 1,2,3,7,8 - Pentachlordibenzodioxin (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 - Heptachlordibenzodioxin (HpCDD) 0.01
Octachlordibenzodioxin (OCDD) 0.0003 polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDFS) WHO TEF 2005 2,3,7,8 - Tetrachlordibenzofuran (TCDF) 0.1 2,3,4,7,8 - Pentachlordibenzofuran (PeCDF) 0.3 1,2,3,7,8 - Pentachlordibenzofuran (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 - Heptachlordibenzofuran (HpCDF) 0.01 1,2,3,4,7,8,9 - Heptachlordibenzofuran (HpCDF) 0.01 Octachlordibenzofuran (OCDF) 0.0003 polychlorinated biphenyls WHO TEF 2005 non ortho PCB PCB 77 0.0001 PCB 81 0.0003 PCB 126 0.1 PCB 169 0.03 Mono ortho PCB PCB PCB 105 0,00003 114 0,00003 PCB 118 0,00003 PCB 123 0,00003 PCB 156 0,00003 PCB 157 0,00003 PCB 167 0,00003 PCB 189 0,00003 Appendix 3 (to article 19 paragraph 1 and section 22 Paragraph 3) requirements for the continuous measuring systems and the validation of the measurement results (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2013, 1042) 1.
The value of the confidence interval of 95 percent of a single measurement may not exceed the following percentages of the emission limit on the emission limit set for the daily average value: a) carbon monoxide 10 percent, b) sulphur dioxide 20 percent, c) nitrogen oxides 20%, d) total dust 30 percent, e) total organic carbon 30%, f) mercury 40 percent.
2. the validated half hours and daily mean values are determined on the basis of the measured half-hourly, and after deduction of the uncertainty of measurement in calibration.
3. the half-hourly average values prior to deduction of the measurement uncertainty (normalized values) determined in the calibration must be available for the purposes of the annual emission loads to be determined according to § 25.

Annex 4 (to section 2 paragraph 5) conversion formula (reference: BGBl. I 2013, 1043) as far as emission limits reference oxygen content in the exhaust gas are related, the mass concentrations measured in the flue gas are according to the following equation to convert: EB = mass concentration, based on the reference oxygen content EM = measured mass concentration whether = reference oxygen content OM = measured oxygen concentration