Seventeenth Ordinance For The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act

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

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Seventeenth Ordinance for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (regulation on the incineration and co-incineration of waste - 17th BImSchV) 17 BImSchV Ausfertigung date: 02.05.2013 full quotation: "regulation about the incineration and co-incineration of waste from 2 may 2013 (Gazette I p. 1021, 1044, 3754)" footnote (+++ text detection from: 2.5.2013 +++) 3 V v. 2.5.2013 was the V article I 1021 of the Federal Government and the Federal Ministry of transport , Construction and urban development, after hearing the involved circles, 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 section 1 scope article 2 definitions section 2 requirements for the construction, the nature and operation § 3 requirements to the delivery, accepting, and the temporary storage of materials section 4 establishment and composition of plants § 5 operating conditions section 6 combustion conditions for waste incineration plants § 7 combustion conditions for waste incineration plants section 8 emission limit values for waste incineration plants § 9 complied emission limit values for waste incineration plants section 10 In the annual average emission limit values § 11 drainage conditions for gases section 12 treatment of residues generated during the incineration and co-incineration § 13 heat recovery section 3 measurement and monitoring § 14 stations § 15 measuring method and measuring devices section 16 continuous measurements article 17 evaluation and assessment of continuous measurements article 18 measurements article 19 reports and assessment of individual measurements article 20 special monitoring of emissions of heavy metals section 21 errors of the operation of section 22 annual reports on emissions section 4 common provisions article 23 disclosure obligations § 24 approval of exceptions section 25 further requirements and significant changes section 5 final provisions article 26 accessibility and equivalence of standards and worksheets section 27 offences section 28 transitional arrangements Appendix 1 (to article 8, paragraph 1 , Section 18 paragraph 5 and § 20 paragraph 1) emission limit values for carcinogenic substances annex 2 (to annex 1 letter d) equivalence factors conditioning 3 (to § 9, § 10 paragraph 2, article 16, paragraph 1 and 4, article 17, paragraph 1 and 5, article 18, paragraph 2, article 19, paragraph 2, article 21, paragraph 3, article 22, paragraph 1 and § 28 paragraph 5 and 6) emission limit values for the co-incineration of waste Appendix 4 (to article 15, paragraph 1 , Article 16, paragraph 1, and article 17, paragraph 5) the continuous measuring devices and the validation of the measurement results Appendix 5 requirements (according to § 2 paragraph 10) conversion formula section 1 General provisions article 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation applies to the establishment, the nature and operation of waste incineration plants and waste co-incineration plants, are in need of approval the regulation referred to article 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act in connection with the number 2 and the following wastes and substances used in which : 1 solid, gaseous waste, liquid or in containers or 2. like solid or liquid flammable substances, not included in paragraphs 1.2.1, 1.2.2 or number 1.2.3 of annex 1 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit from May 2nd, 2013 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 973) except similar liquid flammable substances are listed, as far as no other or no higher emissions than for light fuel oil combustion can occur when burned , or 3. solid, liquid or gaseous substances, resulting from the pyrolysis or gasification of waste.
(2) this Regulation shall apply for waste incineration or co-incineration plants for individual waste incineration or mitverbrennungslinien, which, apart from the usage in points 1.2.1, 1.2.2 and 1.2.3 of annex 1 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit substances listed, only § 2 paragraph 6 are number 2 of the Ordinance on large combustion, gas turbine and combustion engine systems from 2 may 2013 for the use of 1 bio fuels in accordance with (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1021) , 1023) in the currently valid version, 2. carcasses within the meaning of Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 laying hygiene requirements for animal by-products not intended for human consumption and repealing Regulation (EC) No. 1774/2002 (animal by-products regulation) (OJ L 300 from November 14, 2009, p. 1), by the directive 2010/63/EC (OJ L 276 of 10, p. 33) is has been modified, or 3 waste arising in the prospecting of oil and natural gas deposits and promoting them on oil rigs and there are burned.
(3) the regulation is not to apply to 1 waste incineration or mitverbrennungslinien, which treat less than 50 megagram wastes for research, development and test purposes for improving the combustion process a year, and 2. gaseous substances pursuant to paragraph 1 No. 3, used in waste incineration plants, if their combustion caused no other or higher emissions on the basis of their composition than the combustion of natural gas.
(4) this regulation lays down requirements for waste incineration plants and waste co-incineration plants, 1 which are 1 number 1 to 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act to meet 5 paragraph in establishing and operating the equipment of a pursuant to §) fight against fire hazards, b) precaution against harmful environmental impacts, c) treatment of waste) and (d) use of heat and 2 to comply with air quality requirements of the European communities or European Union under section 48a para 1 and 3 of the Federal Immission Control Act.

Article 2 definitions (1) "waste" within the meaning of this regulation are substances or objects, in accordance with the provisions of the circulatory economic law of February 24, 2012 (BGBl. I S. 212) wastes are in the currently valid version.
(2) "waste with burning end everywhere" in the sense of this regulation is a waste co-incineration plant with a rated thermal input of 50 MW or more.
(3) 'Waste co-incineration plant' within the meaning of this regulation is a heating system, principally intended for use in the provision of energy or production of material products and in the waste or substances 1 as a regular or additional fuel to use pursuant to section 1 paragraph 1, mixed municipal waste only where it is reprocessed mixed municipal waste, or 2 with the goal of eliminating heat treated.
The system in this sense covers the entire waste co-incineration plant, include all waste to incineration lines, the reception and storage of waste and substances according to § 1 para 1, the before treatment facilities on the grounds, the supply system for waste and substances according to § 1 paragraph 1, for fuel and air, the boiler, the exhaust treatment systems, the plants currently on the site for the treatment and storage of waste and waste water , which arise at the waste incineration, the chimney, the devices and systems for controlling the combustion processes, recording and monitoring incineration conditions. If that, the system as waste incineration plant within the meaning of paragraph 4 (4) 'waste incineration plant' within the meaning of this regulation is takes place, that is the main purpose of the plant is not in the provision of energy or production of material products but in the thermal treatment of waste co-incineration in such a way a heating system, whose primary purpose is to use thermal processes for treating waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1. These procedures include the incineration by oxidation of the above mentioned substances and other similar thermal processes such as pyrolysis, gasification or plasma processes as far as the aforementioned thermal processes resulting from waste solid, liquid or gaseous substances are burnt. The system in this sense covers the entire waste incinerator, include all waste incineration lines, the reception and storage of waste and substances according to § 1 para 1, the before treatment facilities on the grounds, the supply system for waste and substances according to § 1 paragraph 1, for fuel and air, the boiler, the exhaust treatment systems, the plants currently on the site for the treatment and storage of waste and waste water , which occur at waste incineration, the chimney, the devices and systems for controlling the combustion processes, recording and monitoring incineration conditions.
(5) "Waste incineration or mitverbrennungslinie" in the sense of this regulation is the respective technical equipment of waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage; This includes a combustion chamber, if necessary, a writer, and the corresponding control unit, a waste gas cleaning equipment other auxiliary equipment according to § 1 paragraph 2 No. 2 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit.
(6) "Flue gas" within the meaning of this regulation is specified as volume flow in the unit the carrier gas with the solid, liquid or gaseous emissions, cubic meters per hour (m3/h) and based on the volume of exhaust gas in the standard State (273.15 Kelvin (K), pressure temperature 101.3 kilopascals (kPa)) after deduction of the moisture content of water vapour.
(7) "recycled mixed municipal waste' within the meaning of this regulation are mixed municipal solid waste for the purposes of incineration, measures that significantly reduce loading with inorganic pollutants, especially heavy metals, Drying, pressing or mixing do not count usually with these measures.
(8) "Existing waste burning with large" within the meaning of this regulation is a waste with burning everywhere, 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.
(9) "Existing waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage" in the sense of this regulation is a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage, excluding waste-with burning large combustion plants approved or built prior to May 2, 2013.
(10) "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 values taking account of annex 5 is to refer.
(11) "Bio fuels" in the sense of this regulation are bio fuels in accordance with § 2 paragraph 6 of regulation of large combustion, gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems.
(12) are "Emissions" within the meaning of this regulation the air pollution emitted by a system; specified in the unit as the mass concentration milligrams per cubic metre exhaust (mg/m3) or nanograms per cubic metre exhaust gas (ng/m3) or as mass flow unit megagram per year (mg/a).
(13) "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.
(14) "Gas" within the meaning of this regulation are 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.
(15) 'Combustion plant' within the meaning of this regulation is any system in which fuel to use the generated heat is oxidized.
(16) "Combustion heat performance" is the heat content of fuels based on the lower heating value in the sense of this regulation or feedstock, a plant in continuous operation per time unit fed, specified in megawatts (MW).
(17) "Mixed municipal waste" within the meaning of this regulation are waste from households as well as commercial, industrial and waste from facilities that are similar to the waste produced by households on the basis of their quality or composition. Among the mixed municipal waste within the meaning of this regulation neither under the waste group 20 01 of wastes regulation * mentioned waste fractions that are collected separately at source, is still under the waste group 20 02 waste referred to in that regulation.
(18) 'Hazardous waste' within the meaning of this regulation are hazardous wastes regulation.
(19) "Light heating oil" within the meaning of this regulation is heating oil EL according to DIN 51603-1, Edition August 2008 * note of the editorial management: wastes regulation of December 10, 2001 (BGBl. I S. 3379), most recently by article 5 paragraph 22 of the Act of February 24, 2012 (BGBl. I S. 212) has been changed.
Section 2 requirements for the establishment, the nature and operation section 3 requirements to the delivery, accepting, and the temporary storage of materials (1) the operator of a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage has to take all necessary precautions concerning the delivery and acceptance of waste, pollution of air, soil, surface water and groundwater, other pressures on the environment, to avoid odour and noise, and direct risks to human health or , to limit as much as possible.
(2) the operator gathers the available information about the waste prior to accepting hazardous waste at the waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage, so that can be used to determine whether the approval conditions are met. This information shall include the following: all administrative information about the process of creation of waste, 1 number of 1 documents referred to contained in the set in paragraph 3 are 1, 2 the physical and as far as practicable all other information necessary to evaluate the suitability of waste for the intended incineration process, 4. be may hazard characteristics of waste, substances with which she not mixed the chemical composition of the waste, 3. , and precautions for the handling of this waste.
(3) the operator must perform prior to accepting hazardous waste at the waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage at least the following measures: 1. examination of the documents, which the Directive 2008/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 on waste and repealing certain directives (OJ L 312 of November 22, 2008, p. 3, L 127 of 26.5.2009, p. 24) (waste framework directive) and, where appropriate, in Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2006 on shipments of waste (OJ L 190 of the 12.7.2006, p.1, L 318 by November 28, 2008, p. 15), most recently by Regulation (EU) No. 135 / 2012 (OJ L 46 of the 17.2.2012, p. 30) is changed, as well as the legal provisions for the transport of dangerous goods are prescribed, and 2 removal of representative samples and control of samples, to check whether the waste correspond to the indications referred to in paragraph 2 and the competent authorities determine the type of waste treated to enable; the samples shall be taken, if it is not connected with disproportionate time and effort prior to unloading.
The samples in accordance with set are 1 number 2 for at least a month to keep the incineration or co-incineration of waste concerned.
(4) the operator has to determine the mass of each type of waste in accordance with the regulation of list of waste prior to the adoption of the waste in the waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage.
(5) the competent authority may, at the request of the operator for waste incineration or co-incineration plants allow exceptions from the paragraphs 2 to 4, if these facilities 1 are part of a plant identified in annex 1 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit in column d with the letter E and 2. only waste or with burn, which have arisen within the plant.
(6) liquid wastes or substances according to § 1 para 1 are closed against pressure to store protected containers. Filling the tank is to apply the gas pendulum mechanism, or to capture the displacement of air. Before a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage, the operator has to equip open transfer points with an air extraction system. Displacement air out of the containers, as well as the exhausted air is to feed the furnace. When the furnace is not in an adoption of open transfer points or a filling of storage tanks is allowed only if emission reduction measures, in particular the vapour or an exhaust gas cleaning, be applied.

Is construed § 4 establishment and composition of plants are (1) Abfallerbrennungs - or co-incineration plants, to build and maintain that an unauthorised and accidental release of contaminants in the soil, surface water or groundwater avoided. Also a sufficient storage space must be provided for this on the grounds of the waste incineration or contaminated rain water falling mitverbrennungsanlage and contaminated water that accumulates when errors or for fire-fighting. It is sufficient if the water can be tested and treated, if necessary, prior to its input.
(2) the operator is a waste incineration plant for solid waste or to equip substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 before starting with a bunker that is fitted with an extraction system and not to make the extracted air of the firing. For the case that is the furnace not in operation, measures for cleaning and drainage of the suctioned air must be provided.
(3) the operator has to equip a waste incineration plant for solid waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 before start-up with closed storage facilities for these substances. The resulting storage air is.
(4) that paragraphs 2 and 3 do not apply to plants incinerating or co-incinerating waste, as far as the wastes or materials supplied pursuant to section 1 paragraph 1 of waste incineration or co-incineration exclusively in closed disposable containers or more way containers.
(5) for waste incineration or co-incineration plants, measures and institutions to detect and combat of fires must be provided. The fire protection equipment and measures are to be interpreted are that in the waste bunker arising or registered fires can be recognized and combated.
(6) on the basis of the composition of waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 cannot be ruled out explosions at the storage area, are making other appropriate measures by way of derogation from paragraph 4. The measures will be determined closer by the competent authority.
(7) the operator has to equip any waste incineration or mitverbrennungslinie of a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage with one or more burners before. Sentence 1 shall not apply if the conditions of § 9 paragraph 1 sentence 1 number 1 are met.
(8) the operator has to equip a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage before operating with automatic devices ensures that 1 a feeding of plants with waste or substances is possible only pursuant to section 1, paragraph 1, when the minimum temperature has been reached, 2. a feeding of plants with waste or substances only so long can be made according to article 1, paragraph 1 , as the minimum temperature is maintained, 3. a feeding of plants with waste or substances is interrupted pursuant to section 1, paragraph 1, if exceeding a continuously monitored emissions limit value; as a result of failure or malfunction of waste gas cleaning facilities While safety concerns of fire and explosion protection must be observed.
(9) the waste incineration or co-incineration plants must be equipped with registration facilities through the locks or shutdowns are registered by the automatic devices referred to in paragraph 8.
(10) other requirements arising from regulation about large combustion, gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems or of article 5 paragraph 1 number 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act in accordance with 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) result in amended, remain unaffected.
Footnote § 4 para 1 sentence 1 italic: should correctly read 'Waste incineration or co-incineration plants' § 4 paragraph 5, sentence 2 italic: superfluous Word section 5 operating conditions (1) an is waste incineration plant to build and operate, that 1 a large-scale combustion of waste or substances is achieved according to § 1 para 1 and 2 in the slag and bottom ashes complied with a content of total organic carbon less than 3% or their loss on ignition is less than 5 percent of the dry weight will.
(2) as far as it is necessary for the fulfilment of the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, the wastes or materials are according to § 1 para 1 to Pretreat. The pre-treatment is carried out usually by chopping or mixing or by the opening of disposable containers.
(3) contrary to the requirements, infectious hospital-specific waste in the furnace should be brought under paragraph 2, without to have been previously mixed with other types of waste or otherwise treated.
(4) the waste co-incineration plants are to run that as complete combustion is achieved by waste and materials pursuant to section 1, paragraph 1.
(5) fly ash deposits are to minimize, in particular through appropriate exhaust duct, as well as frequent cleaning of boilers, heating, boiler feed water preheater and flue gas trains.

§ 6 (1) waste incinerators burning conditions for waste incineration plants are to build and maintain that for the combustion gases resulting from the combustion of waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1, after the last combustion air supply a minimum temperature is observed by 850 degrees Celsius.
(2) in the case of the combustion of hazardous wastes from halogen-organic compounds containing halogen by more than 1 percent of by weight, expressed as chlorine, the operator has to make sure that by way of derogation from paragraph 1 a minimum temperature is observed 1 100 degrees Celsius.
(3) the minimum temperature is maintained even under most unfavourable conditions for uniform mixing of the combustion gases with combustion air for a residence time of at least two seconds.
(4) the measurement of the minimum temperature has to be close to the inner wall of the combustion chamber. The competent authority may authorize that the at another representative point of the combustion chamber or subsequent combustion chamber can be measured. The review and, if necessary, adjustment of the representative point is carried out with the consent of the competent authority in the context of the installation.
(5) compliance with the minimum temperature and the minimum retention period is at least once during commissioning of the plant by measurements or by an opinion that is recognised by the competent authority to prove.
(6) Byway of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 3 can the competent authorities allow other minimum temperatures or minimum dwell time (combustion conditions), unless 1 the other requirements of this regulation are adhered to and 2. is proven, that the change of combustion conditions no larger quantities of waste and no waste with a higher content of organic pollutants, in particular of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, poly halogenated congenor, poly halogenated dibenzofurans or poly halogenated biphenyls , emerge, as could be expected under terms among in the paragraphs 1 to 3.
Evidence is under sentence 1 number 2 to provide at least once during commissioning of the waste incineration plant in the modified combustion conditions through measurements or an opinion that is recognised by the competent authority. The competent authorities have to submit exception permits top anti-pollution authorities of countries for transmission to the European Commission pursuant to sentence 1.
(7) the proof applies to for existing installations sufficient combustion conditions as provided unless at least once after the commissioning of the plant measurements is shown, that no higher emissions, in particular of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, poly-halogenated dibenzo, poly halogenated dibenzofurans or poly halogenated biphenyls, arise as in the combustion conditions laid down by paragraphs 1 to 3 respectively.
(8) during start-up and impending falls below the minimum temperature the burner with natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, hydrogen, gaseous fuels shall be operated, unless on the basis of their composition, no other or higher emissions can occur as in the combustion of light oil, light fuel oil or other liquid substances referred to in point 1.2.2 of annex 1 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit, according to article 1, paragraph 1.
(9) in the case of starting from waste incineration plants or waste incineration lines, the burners to maintain the combustion conditions shall be operated so long until no waste or substances are according to § 1 para 1 in the combustion chamber. The burner must be operated only with the fuel referred to in paragraph 8. Sentence 1 is not the other liquid substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 to apply, as far as no other or no higher emissions than for light fuel oil combustion may occur due to their composition and they are used to maintain the combustion conditions.

§ 7 combustion conditions for waste incineration plants (1) waste incineration plants are to build and maintain a minimum temperature is respected for the combustion gases generated during the waste incineration, 850 degrees Celsius.
(2) in the case of the combustion of hazardous wastes from halogen-organic compounds containing halogen by more than 1 percent of by weight, expressed as chlorine, the operator has to make sure that by way of derogation from paragraph 1 a minimum temperature is observed 1 100 degrees Celsius.
(3) the minimum temperature is maintained even under the worst conditions for a residence time of at least two seconds.
(4) the measurement of the minimum temperature has to be carried out on a representative point of the combustion chamber or subsequent combustion chamber set in the permit by the competent authority. The review and, if necessary, adjustment of the representative point is carried out with the consent of the competent authority in the context of the installation.
(5) compliance with the minimum temperature and the minimum retention period is at least once during commissioning of the plant by measurements or by an opinion that is recognised by the competent authority to prove.
(6) by way of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 3 the competent authority may allow other combustion conditions, provided that 1 the other requirements of this regulation are adhered to and 2. the emission limit values specified as total organic carbon, and carbon monoxide complied according to § 8 paragraph 1 for organic substances.
The competent authorities have to submit exception permits top anti-pollution authorities of countries for transmission to the European Commission pursuant to sentence 1.

§ 8 emission limit values for waste incineration plants (1) waste incineration plants are to build and maintain that any daily average values the following emission limit values exceed 1: a) total dust 5 mg / m3, b) organic substances, stated as total carbon, 10 mg / m3, c) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride, 10 mg / m3, d) gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen fluoride, 1 mg / m3) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide , 50 mg / m3, f) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, 150 mg / m3, g) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury, 0.03 mg / m3) carbon monoxide 50 mg / m3, i) ammonia, if to reduce the emissions of nitrogen oxides a selective catalytic or non-catalytic reduction process is used 10 mg / m3;
2. any half hourly average values the following emission limit values exceed: a) total dust 20 mg / m3, b) organic substances, stated as total carbon, 20 mg / m3, c) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride, 60 mg / m3, d) gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen fluoride, 4 mg / m3) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide, 200 mg / m3 f) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, 400 mg / m3 , g) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury, 0.05 mg / m3) carbon monoxide 100 mg / m3, i) ammonia, if to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides, a procedure for selective catalytic or non-catalytic reduction inserted 15 mg / m3;
3. no average which is formed over the respective sampling period, exceeds the emission limit values according to annex 1.
(2) with a rated thermal input of less than 50 MW 1 applies waste incinerators by way of derogation from paragraph 1 number 1 (a) an emission limit value for total dust 10 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 2. by way of derogation from paragraph 1 number 1 letter f an emission limit value for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, specified as nitrogen dioxide, from 200 mg / m3 for the daily average value.
(3) the emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1 relate to a reference oxygen content of 11 percent. So far only gaseous substances resulting from the pyrolysis or gasification of waste, or waste oils within the meaning of Article 1a, paragraph 1, of the used oil regulation as amended by the notice of April 16, 2002 (BGBl. I S. 1368), most recently by article 5 paragraph 14 of the Act of February 24, 2012 (BGBl. I S. 212) is has been modified, to be used, the reference oxygen content is 3%.

§ 9 emission limit values for waste incineration plants (1) waste incineration plants are to build and maintain that following the waste gases emission limit values are respected: 1 the emission limit values according to annex 3, if a) the plant produces no more than 25 percent of each employed combustion heat performance of a waste with combustion line with burning materials, and b) only reprocessed mixed municipal waste used when using mixed municipal waste, and 2. the emission limit values pursuant to article 8, paragraph 1 and article 10, paragraph 1 , if a) the plant produces more than 25 percent of each employed combustion heat performance of a waste with combustion line with burning materials or b) no reprocessed mixed municipal waste are used for usage of mixed municipal waste.
With combustion substances are in the used waste and substances according to § 1 para 1 as well as the fuel required for its co-incineration in addition.
(2) 2.3 or 2.4 of annex 1 of the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit the arrangements in the annex 3 paragraph 2 for installations for the production of cement clinker or cement, or for plants to burn limestone referred to in paragraph also apply, by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 1 number 1 (a) the percentage of co combustion substances on the each employed combustion heat performance exceeds 25 percent.
(3) more than 40 per cent of each employed combustion heat performance of hazardous wastes including fuel required for their burning additional produced in plants referred to in paragraph 2, apply by way of derogation from paragraph 2 the limits according to article 8, paragraph 1 and article 10, paragraph 1. Liquid combustible wastes and substances disregarded for the determination of the percentage pursuant to sentence 1 according to § 1, clause 1, if 1 the mass content of polychlorinated aromatic hydrocarbons, such as polychlorinated biphenyls or pentachlorophenol, less than 10 milligrams per kilogram and its lower calorific value amounts to at least 30 MJ per kilogramme, or 2. on the basis of their composition can occur any other or no higher emissions than in the combustion of light oil.
(4) the emission limit values refer to a volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas, how he was set or determined according to the procedure prescribed in annex 3 in Appendix 3. Unless otherwise laid down in Appendix 3, the half-hourly average values shall not exceed twice of the daily average values each set. As far as emission limit values depend according to annex 3 paragraph 3 of the combustion heat performance, is the combustion heat performance in accordance with section 3 of the Ordinance on large combustion, gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems for waste burning with large combustion plants.
(5) the competent authority has settable in particular insofar as they are mathematically to determine according to Appendix 3, or by way of derogation the respective emission limits, to set in the permit, or in a subsequent order.

Section 10 in the annual average to continuing emission limit values (1) waste incineration plants are to build and maintain that no annual average exceeds the following emission limit values: 1 nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, 100 mg / m3, 2. mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury, 0.01 mg / m3.
(2) waste incineration plants are to build and operate, that any year average values the emission limit values in accordance with Appendix 3, point 2.3, exceeds 3.7 or 4.3.
(3) paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply for existing installations with a rated thermal input of 50 MW or less.

§ 11 drainage conditions are the exhaust for exhaust gases in a controlled way to infer that an undisturbed evacuation is possible with the free air flow. For determining the discharge height requirements of technical instruction for clean of air are taken into account. The detailed provisions are set in the permit.

§ 12 residues, such as slag, rust ashes, filter and boiler dust as well as reaction products and other waste of gas treatment are treatment of the generated during the incineration and co-incineration of waste residues (1) to avoid number 3 of the Federal Immission Control Act pursuant to section 5, paragraph 1, to recycle or eliminate. As far as the recovery of the residues is technically impossible or unreasonable, they are without to eliminate impairment of the well-being of the general public.
(2) the operator has to make sure that filter and boiler dust falling in the flue gas dedusting as well as cleaning of boilers, heating and exhaust gas trains, are recorded separately from other solid waste. Sentence 1 does not apply to equipment with a fluidized bed combustion.
(3) as far as it is necessary for the performance of the duties referred to in paragraph 1, the components of soluble organic substances in the waste and other substances are reducing.
(4) the conveyor and storage systems are contaminated, dust-like residue construed and operate that no relevant diffuse emissions can assume this. This applies particularly with regard to necessary maintenance and repair of wear-susceptible parts of the plant. The operator has to ensure that dry filter and boiler dust, reaction products of the flue gas treatment and dry solid slag in closed containers are transported or stored.
(5) before laying down the procedures for the recovery or disposal of generated during the incineration of waste and mitverbrennung waste, in particular the slag, rust ash filter and boiler dust, is their pollution potential, to determine in particular their physical and chemical properties, as well as their content of harmful impurities, through appropriate analyses. The analyses are carried out for the total soluble fraction and heavy metals in the soluble and insoluble part.

§ 13 use of heat is heat, resulting in waste incineration or co-incineration plants and not given to third parties to use, as far as this is technically possible and reasonable to the type and location of these facilities in facilities of the operator. The operator has, as far as from generated heat, which is not released to third parties, or which is not used in installations of the operator, a clamping power of more than half a megawatt kept buildable, to generate electricity.
Section 3 measurement and monitoring § 14 stations
The operator has to set up before commissioning of a plant for the measurements for determining the emissions or combustion conditions, 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.

§ 15 measuring method 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 4 number 1 to 4, 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 prove the proper installation of measuring and evaluation systems for continuous monitoring before the waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage the competent authority by the certificate for the calibration, which was announced by the competent authority of the country or the authority of certain national law according to § 29 b of paragraph 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act.
(4) the operator has measuring devices that for the continuous determination of emissions or combustion conditions, as well as to the determination of the reference or company sizes are used, by a body which by a competent national law pursuant to § 29 b of paragraph 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act was announced, pursuant to paragraph 5 calibrate 1 to let and have 2 functionality.
(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 § 15 para 4 italics: article 16 would have to really loud 'given' continuous measurements of (1) the operator has, taking into account the requirements laid down in annex 4 continuously to identify, register and evaluate the following parameters: 1 the mass concentration of emissions according to § 8 paragraph 1 Nos. 1 and 2, as well as the numbers of 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1 to 3.6 and 4.1 and 4.2 in accordance with Appendix 3 , 2. the volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas, 3. the temperatures after article 6, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 and article 7, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 and 4 the operating values required for assessing the technical functioning, especially the flue gas temperature, the exhaust gas volume, the humidity and the pressure.
The operator has to equip the plants incinerating or co-incinerating waste before with suitable measuring equipment and measuring machines for this purpose. Sentence 1 No. 1 in conjunction with sentence 2 shall not apply as far as emissions of individual substances according to § 8 paragraph 1 No. 1 or referred to in point 2.1, 2.3, 3.1 to 3.5 and 4.1 are to exclude the Appendix 3 evidence or to be expected only in low concentrations and where an appropriate exception granted the competent authority.
(2) measuring devices for the moisture content are not necessary if the exhaust gas before the determination of the mass concentration of emissions is dried.
(3) arises due to the used waste or substances according to § 1, clause 1, of the construction, the operation or of individual measurements, that the proportion of nitrogen dioxide are below 10% of the nitrogen dioxide emissions, the competent authority should give on the continuous measurement of nitrogen dioxide and allow the determination of the percentage calculation. 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.
(4) paragraph 1 set is 1 number 1 gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds not to apply, if stages are operated for gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds which ensure that the emission limit values according to § 8 paragraph 1 number 1 (c) and paragraph 2 letter c or referred to in point 2.1, 2.2, 3.5, 3.6, 4.1 and 4.2 in accordance with Appendix 3 are not exceeded.
(5) the operator has to measure number 3 if suitable measuring facilities are available on request from the competent authority of mass concentrations of emissions according to § 8 paragraph 1 continuously.
(6) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, the competent authorities at the request of the operator of single measurements for hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, sulfur trioxide can set 1 number 1 and allow sulfur dioxide if the operators to ensure is that the emissions of these pollutants are not higher than the emission limit values laid down for it.
(7) 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.
(8) for mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury, the competent authority should waive application on continuous measurement, if reliably demonstrated that the emission limit values according to § 8 paragraph 1 number 1, letter g and number 2 letter g or according to annex 3 section 2.1, 2.2, 3.5, 3.6, 4.1, and 4.2 only to less than 20 per cent claim be taken.

Section 17 is the half hourly average values to form and to convert to annex 5 to the reference oxygen content evaluation and assessment of continuous measurements (1) during operation of the waste incineration or co-incineration plants from the measured values determined according to section 16 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. From the half hour mean values, the daily average value, relative to the daily operating time including the arrival or departure operations, to form is for every day.
(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 operator has to record in the report referred to in paragraph 2 the following: 1. the frequency and the duration of a non-compliance of the annual mean values according to § 10 requirements according to § 6 paragraph 1 to 3, or according to § 7 paragraph 1 to 3 and 2 which has records of registration facilities according to § 4 paragraph 9 (4) of the operator on the basis of the daily average values validated according to annex 4 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 and to present the competent authority by 31 March of the following year at the request. The certificates are to be kept five years after the end of the verification period.
(5) the emission limit values are respected, if 1 no result of a daily average value is validated according to annex 4 the respectively applicable emission limit value according to § 8 paragraph 1 number 1 and annex 3 section 2.1, 2.3, 3.1 to 3.5 and 4.1 exceeds 2 no result one after Appendix 4 validated half hour average the respectively applicable emission limit value according to § 8 paragraph 1 paragraph 2 and annex 3 paragraph 2.2 , 2.3, 3.4, 3.6 and 4.2 exceeds, 3. 3.1 and 3.3 below a result the respectively relevant desulphurisation rates according to annex 3 number and 4. no annual mean value determined pursuant to paragraph 4 the respectively applicable emission limit value according to section 10 and Appendix 3 point 2.3, exceeds 3.7 and 4.3.

§ Has 18 single measurements (1) the operator after construction or significant modification of a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage when starting measurements according to § place known given 29 b of paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 26 of the Federal Immission Control Act one to check, whether the combustion conditions are met according to § 6 paragraph 1 to 3 or according to § 7 paragraph 1 to 3.
(2) the operator has to construction or significant modification of a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage measurements of a pursuant to § 29 b of paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 26 of the Federal Immission Control Act known given authority to determine whether the requirements of article 8, paragraph 1 number 3 or, if the conditions laid down in article 16 paragraph 6, pursuant to section 8, paragraph 1 number 1 and 2 or annex 3 section 2.1 , 2.2, 3.1 requirements laid down to 3.6 and 4.1 and 4.2 are met to make perform according to paragraphs 3 and 4.
(3) the measurements are in the period of 12 months after commissioning every two months at least one day and then recurring at least every twelve months at least on three days carried out.
(4) the measurements are to perform, if the heating system with the highest performance, for which it is approved at the waste used during the measurement or materials according to § 1 paragraph 1 for continuous operation.
(5) to monitor the requirements pursuant to § 8 paragraph 1 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 half an hour. She should not exceed two hours, 2. Appendix 1 letter d, as well as (a) pyrene at least six hours; She should not exceed 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.

Article 19 has reports and assessment of individual measurements (1) the operator to create a report about the results of individual measurements according to § 18, and to submit it to the competent authority no later than eight weeks after the measurements. 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 is greater than an average according to § 8 paragraph 1 or pursuant to Appendix 3.

Article 20 weekly special monitoring of emissions of heavy metals (1) where on the basis of the composition of waste or substances according to § 1, clause 1, or other evidence, in particular on the basis of the assessment of individual measurements, emission concentrations of substances according to Appendix 1 letter a and b are, the 60% of the emission limit values has can exceed the operator to determine and document the mass concentrations of these substances. § 18 paragraph 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(2) on the determination of mass concentrations referred to in paragraph 1 can be omitted if by other tests, for example by functional checks of the waste gas cleaning facilities, with adequate security can be determined, that the emission limits are not exceeded.

§ 21 errors of operation (1) arises from measurements, that requirements on the operation of a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage or to limit their emissions are not met, the operator to immediately report this to the competent authority. He has immediately to take the necessary measures for proper operation; § 4 paragraph 8 number 2 and 3 remain unaffected.
(2) the competent authority shall ensure that the operator 1 to comply with its legal obligations to a proper operation or 2 take the plant out of operation through appropriate monitoring measures to ensure.
(3) in the case of waste incineration or co-incineration plants, consisting of one or more waste incineration lines with common exhaust gas facilities, the authority for technically unavoidable failures of the waste gas cleaning facilities set the period in the investment approval, while the emission limits for section 8 and Appendix 3 under certain conditions must be adhered to. Not derogated from are allowed the emission limit values for organic substances, stated as total carbon, and carbon monoxide 1 § 8 paragraph 1 number 1 letter b and h, 2nd § 8 paragraph 1 paragraph 2 letter b and h and 3 Annex 3 section 2.1, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5 and 4.1 (4) which may plant continued no longer operate in cases of paragraph 3 as , 1 four consecutive hours and 2 within one calendar year of 60 hours.
The emission limit for the total dust emissions, measured as half hourly average values, must not exceed a mass concentration of 150 mg / m3. Article 4, paragraph 8 and 9, article 8, paragraph 3, and § 9 paragraph 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Section 22 annual reports on emissions (1) the operator of a waste with burning everywhere has to report 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 section 9, paragraph 4, sentence 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 start of operations and the last significant modification of the heating system, including naming of the substantial change, 4. the annual total emissions, in mega grams per year of sulphur oxides, indicated as sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, indicated as nitrogen dioxide and particulates, 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 , relative to 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, on the number 3.1.2 of annex 3 is to apply, the sulphur content of used domestic solid fuels and the obtained sulphur separation efficiency , averaged over each month and in the first year of application of point 3.1.2 of annex 3 also the technical reason why compliance with the rule emission limit values referred to in point 3.1 of annex 3 is not feasible, 8 for combustion plants, which are not more than 1 500 operating 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 indicating whether the combustion plant part of a refinery is.
(2) up including for the reporting year 2015 the operator of a waste burning with large of 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 article 23 disclosure requirements of the operator of a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage has after initial calibration of the measuring devices and then once a year to publish the following: 1. the results of the emission measurements, 2. a comparison of the results of the emission measurements with the emission limit values, and 3. an assessment of the combustion conditions.
Sentence 1 does not apply to such information, from which conclusions on operational or business secrets can be drawn. The competent authority sets the type and form of publication.

§ 24 approval of exemptions (1) the competent authority may, at the request of the operator allow exceptions from the provisions of this regulation, 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 applied, 3. the amount of the deduction is designed according to the technical instructions to clean of air for the emission limit value permitted as an exception , unless they also are the prerequisites of the number 1, and 4. the following requirements are met: a) Directive 2008/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 on waste and repealing certain directives (OJ L 312 of November 22, 2008, p. 3, L 127 of 26.5.2009, p. 24) (waste framework directive), b) Directive 96/59/EC of 16 September 1996 on the disposal of polychlorinated biphenyls and polychlorinated terphenyls (PCB/PCT) (OJ L 243 of the 24.9.1996, p. 31), by Regulation (EC) no 596 / 2009 (OJ L 188 of the astronomy, p. 14) is has been modified and c) directive 2010/75/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control of pollution) (recast) (OJ OJ L 334 of the 17.12.2010, p. 17).
(2) by way of derogation from § 4 paragraph 2 the competent authority may allow waste incineration plants without waste bunker or an open part bunker construction in conjunction with a targeted air extraction, if structural or operational measures or due to the nature of the wastes or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 the emergence of as low as possible held by dust and odour emissions.
(3) the competent authority documents the reasons for the approval of exceptions in the annex of the permit notification, including the grounds of the conditions laid. This information must be made available to the public.

§ 25 additional requirements and significant changes (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, remains 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. Any further requirements arising from other legislation or or this concretising regulations remain unaffected.
(3) the use of hazardous waste in a plant which is approved only for use in non-hazardous waste, pursuant to article 16 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act is to classify a significant modification of the installation.
(4) pursuant to article 20, paragraph 3, of the Federal Immission Control Act the competent authority can prohibit the operation of waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage, if it is not guaranteed that the person entrusted with the management of the system to the management of the plant is suitable and for the proper operation of the system is the guarantee.
Section 5 final provisions § 26 accessibility and equivalence of standards and worksheets (1) that are in § 2 paragraph 19 DIN standards referred to at the Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin, to relate. § 2 paragraph 14 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 above worksheets are enshrined at the German patent and trade mark Office in Munich archive terms secured.
(2) in article 2 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.

§ 27 number 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act offences (1) any person is within the meaning of article 62, paragraph 1, who intentionally or negligently a 1 contrary to section 3, paragraph 6, sentence 3, § 4, paragraph 2, sentence 1, § 4 paragraph 3 sentence 1, § 4, paragraph 7, sentence 1, article 4, paragraph 8, or section 16, paragraph 1, sentence 2 there not, not properly or in a timely manner is called delivery point or a facility there called , a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage not properly constructed article 8, paragraph 1, article 9, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 13 set 1 or set 2, section 24, paragraph 4, sentence 1 or set 2 or § 28 paragraph 2 2. contrary to article 4, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 5 paragraph 1, section 5, paragraph 4, article 6, paragraph 1, 2, 3, 8 or paragraph 9 sentence 1, § 7 paragraph 1, 2 or 3, or not correctly operates , 3. contrary to section 12 paragraph 2 sentence 1 not provides that there called waste is separately collected, provides 4. contrary to section 12 paragraph 4 sentence 3 not that there called waste in closed containers will be transported or stored, 5. contrary to § 13 sentence 2 of the mentioned there heat electricity not generated 6 contrary to section 14, a measuring station not or not properly set up , 7. contrary to article 15, paragraph 1, sentence 1 does not ensure that a there called a measurement procedure is a there called measuring device used or applied, 8 contrary to section 15, paragraph 2, sentence 1 does not ensure that a sampling or analysis or quality assurance according to the stated standards be carried, 9 contrary to section 15 paragraph 3 not or not timely submit proof therein, 10 contrary to § 15 paragraph 4 not or not timely to calibrate a measuring device can be or not or not timely functioning of check leaves, 11 contrary to § 15 paragraph 6, article 17, paragraph 2, sentence 1, section 19, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or § 22 paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 a report not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submit, 12 contrary to section 16, paragraph 1, sentence 1, § 16, paragraph 5 or article 20, paragraph 1, sentence 1 a there called mass concentration of emissions, the stated volume content of oxygen , a there called temperature or there called operating size does not, not properly or in a timely manner to determine not, incorrectly or not timely registered, not, not properly or in time evaluate, or, documented incorrectly or not in time, 13 contrary to article 16, paragraph 3, sentence 2 or sentence 3 not, not properly or not does not proof, not or not timely submit or not or at least five years kept that contravenes 14. an enforceable order according to section 16, paragraph 7, sentence 2, 15 contrary to article 17, paragraph 1, sentence 2 converts a measured value for other than the stated times, 16 contrary to article 17, paragraph 2, sentence 2 keeps a report or a there called recording not or at least five years, 17 contrary to § 18 paragraph 1 not or not timely check a condition there referred to combustion can be , 18 contrary to § 18 paragraph 2 a there called measurement, not in the prescribed manner or in a timely manner is, 19 contrary to article 21, paragraph 1, sentence 1 does not, not properly or in a timely manner a message, 20th contrary to section 23 set 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time makes a publication.
(2) any person within the meaning of article 62, paragraph 1 number 7 of the Federal Immission Control Act is, incompletely or not timely submit who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 improperly building a facility or operates incorrectly, or 2. contrary to article 17, paragraph 4, sentence 2 or sentence 3 proof of not, not properly or not leads, not, not properly or not or at least five years kept.

§ Apply 28 transitional arrangements (1) for existing installations 1 which is the requirements pursuant to § 10 from 1 January 2019. (2) in the case of existing plants, where the dwell time set out in section 6 paragraph 3 due to special technical problems cannot be reached, requirements of this regulation, except section 10, from 1 January 2016, 2. to meet this requirement at the latest when a new direction of the combustion line or of the waste heat boiler.
(3) a waste incineration or mitverbrennungsanlage expands by building one or more waste incineration or mitverbrennungslinien in the way that the existing and newly to be built lines form a common plant, so the requirements for the determined new to building lines according to the provisions of the second and third section, for the existing lines, the requirements set under that provision.
(4) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 existing waste-incineration plants must meet the requirements pursuant to § 8 paragraph 1 number 1 letter f, as well as number 2 letter f indicated as nitrogen dioxide, only comply with paragraph 8(1) for nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, from January 1, 2019.
(5) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, existing plants for the production of cement clinker and cement must as well as equipment for lime burning letter d from January 1, 2019 at the latest meet the requirements according to annex 3 section 2.1; up to this date are the requirements of the regulation on the incineration and co-incineration of waste as amended by the notice of August 14, 2003 (BGBl. I p. 1633), by article 2 of the Decree of January 27, 2009 (BGBl. I p. 129) has been modified to apply force until 2 may 2013 version is.
(6) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 the requirements are number 2 on existing waste incineration plants pursuant to section 10 paragraph 1 does not apply number 1.
(7) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 the requirements are number 2 on existing waste burning with large combustion plants according to annex 3 number 3.7 2(a) does not apply.

Appendix 1 (to article 8, paragraph 1, article 18, paragraph 5 and article 20, paragraph 1) emission limit values for carcinogenic substances (reference: BGBl. I 2013, 1057) 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, indicated as antimony , Arsenic and its compounds, expressed as arsenic, lead and its compounds, indicated 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, expressed as vanadium, Tin and its compounds, specified as Tin , a total of 0.5 mg / m3, c) arsenic and its compounds (except for arsenic hydrogen), indicated as arsenic, benzo cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium, water-soluble cobalt compounds, indicated 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 cadmium and its compounds, indicated 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 annex 1 letter d) equivalence factors (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2013, 1058) for the sum value to be formed according to Appendix 1 for Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxins, Dibenzofurans and di-PCB are multiplying the concentrations measured in the exhaust the following dioxins, furans, and di-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 9, article 10, paragraph 2, article 16, paragraph 1 and 4 , Article 17, paragraph 1 and 5, § 18 paragraph 2, article 19, paragraph 2, article 21, paragraph 3, article 22, paragraph 1 and article 28, paragraph 5 and 6) emission limit values for the co-incineration of waste (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2013, 1059 - 1065) Appendix 3 is laying down emission limit values for waste incineration plants. If in this facility for certain emission parameters a fixed emission limit value or a fixed reference oxygen content already, this emission limit value or reference oxygen content replaces the computational determination of emission limit value or of the reference oxygen content for these emission parameters. The fixed emission limit values given in this Annex apply to the respective waste co-incineration plants, taking into account the exceptions specified therein.
1. computational setting of emission limit values for the co-incineration of waste as far as this offers no fixed emission limit values or fixed reference oxygen content are given, is to apply the following formula (mixing rule). The mixture rule is regulated emission parameters for calculating the emission limit values for each under article 5, paragraph 1, as well as to apply to the calculation of the reference oxygen content. Emission parameters are the pollutants listed in article 5, paragraph 1, for the daily average, half hourly average values or averages over the respective sampling period laid down in the purpose of this annex.
VAbfall: exhaust gas stream generated by the combustion of the maximum proportion of waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 including the fuel needed for the combustion of these substances in addition. The allowable percentage of waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 is less than 10 percent of the unchanged basis total thermal output of a co-incineration plant, the related exhaust gas flow based on an assumed number of 10 per cent of this waste or substances is according to § 1, clause 1 to calculate.
VVerfahren: Remaining part of the standard exhaust.
CAbfall: emission limit value for the emission parameters mentioned in article 8 paragraph 1 or reference oxygen content for the reference oxygen content laid down in article 8, paragraph 2.
Cproc: emission value and reference oxygen content in accordance with the tables in this annex. For all other emission parameters for this Annex no fixed emission limit values or fixed reference oxygen content provided, apply air - according to the relevant regulations - such as 13th BImSchV and TA by burning the normally authorised fuels specified emission levels or reference oxygen content. Are no such specifications, which are in the permit to use specified emission limits or reference oxygen content. Such stipulations, the actual emissions or oxygen levels is when operating the plant without use of waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 to be based.
C: of calculated emission limit value or calculated reference oxygen content for co-incineration plants, resulting from the application of the above formula.
2. installations for the production of cement clinker or cement as well as systems for lime burning, in which wastes or matter with be burned according to § 1 para 1 are the emissions to verify compliance with the emission limit values to refer to a fixed reference oxygen content by 10 percent. In article 8 paragraph 1 number 3 set emission limit values for the pollutants combined to groups (heavy metals, standardised polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans) apply, taking into account the reference oxygen content laid down in clause 1.
2.1 fixed emission limits (daily average values in mg/m3) emission parameters C a) total dust 10 b) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride 10 c) gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen fluoride 1 d) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide in aa) plants for the production of cement clinker and cement 200 bb) plants to burn lime 350 e) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide 50 f) Organics , expressed as total carbon 10 g) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury 0.03 h) ammonia, if a process of selective catalytic or non-catalytic reduction is used to reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen 30 2.1.1 when significant changes of this equipment until December 31, 2018 is to check whether the requirements for the limitation of nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide for new installations under proportionate effort can be met. The possibilities, the emissions of nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide from the exhaust systems by firing or continue to decrease, are other measures the State of the art to exploit.
2.1.2 which competent authority may approve the exceptions for sulphur dioxide, and total organic carbon at the request of the operator provided that these exceptions on the basis of the composition of natural raw materials are required and can be excluded that according to § 1 paragraph 1 additional total carbon and sulphur dioxide emissions resulting from the use of waste or substances.
At the request of the operator, 2.1.3 which competent authority may approve exceptions for mercury and its compounds unless these exceptions on the basis of the composition of natural raw materials are required and can be that according to § 1 paragraph 1, additional emissions of mercury resulting from the use of waste and materials and a daily average of up to 0.05 mg / m3 is not exceeded excluded. The possibilities, the emissions of mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury from the exhaust through firing or continue to decrease, are other measures the State of the art to exploit.
2.1.4 which competent authority may approve the exceptions for ammonia at the request of the operator provided that these exceptions on the basis of the composition of natural raw materials are required and can be excluded that according to § 1 paragraph 1 additional emissions of ammonia resulting from the use of waste or substances. In this case the commodity-related ammonia emissions by comparative measurements to the ammonia limit are to be added; It shall be disregarded the emissions resulting from waste.
2.2 fixed emission limit values (half hourly average values in mg/m3) emission parameters C a) total dust 30 b) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride 60 c) gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen fluoride 4 d) sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide 200 e) Mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury 0,05 approve 2.2.1 which competent authority may exceptions for sulphur dioxide, and total organic carbon at the request of the operator, provided that these exceptions on the basis of the composition of natural raw materials are required and can be excluded , that due to the combustion of waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 additional total carbon and sulphur dioxide emissions.
2.2.2
The competent authority may permit exceptions for mercury and its compounds at the request of the operator, provided that these exceptions on the basis of the composition of natural raw materials are required and can be that according to § 1 paragraph 1, additional emissions of mercury resulting from the use of waste and materials and a half hourly average value is not exceeded by up to 0.1 mg / m3 excluded. The possibilities, the emissions of mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury from the exhaust through firing or continue to decrease, are other measures the State of the art to exploit.
2.3 fixed emission limit values (annual mean values in mg/m3) emission parameters C nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide 200 by way of derogation from the emission limit value for nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, as specified as nitrogen dioxide, an emission limit value of 350 mg / m3 for plants to burn lime in rotary kilns with grate preheater.
2.4 emission limit value for carbon monoxide 2.4.1 the competent authority has to set an emission limit value for carbon monoxide, taking into account the requirements pursuant to section 8, paragraph 1.
2.4.2 that competent authority may at the request of the operator which differ from in § 8 paragraph 1 for carbon monoxide emission limit, provided that these exceptions on the basis of the composition of natural raw materials are required and can be excluded that according to § 1 paragraph 1 additional emissions of carbon monoxide caused by use of waste or other matter.
3. combustion plants, in which wastes or substances referred to in article 1(1) is co-incinerated are the emissions to verify compliance with the emission limit values, following reference oxygen content: a) on the use of solid fossil fuels or biofuels on a fixed reference oxygen content of 6% b) when using liquid or gaseous fuels on a fixed reference oxygen content of 3 per cent, or c) for emission values according to annex 3, paragraph 3.1 , 3.2 and 3.3 on the according to annex 3 number 1 Reference oxygen content to calculate.
In article 8 paragraph 1 number 3 set emission limit values for the pollutants combined to groups (heavy metals, standardised polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans) apply, taking into account the reference oxygen content specified in sentence 1 for the respective fuel.
3.1 emissions (Cproc) when using solid fossil fuels (daily average values in mg/m3) with different combustion heating capacity (in MW): Emissions sions-para-m 1 MW to 300 MW SO2 and SO3 1 300 400 200 coal and Schwefelab - efficiency ≥ 85% 150 and sulphur - at least INSU grade ≥ 85% lignite 1 000 fluidized bed 350 or sulphur down efficiency ≥ 75% 350 and Schwefelab - efficiency ≥ 75% 200 and Schwefelab - efficiency ≥ 85% NOX 500 , in vertebrates schichtfeue-of 300-400, in vertebrates schichtfeue-of 300 300 200 150, deaf in brown coal firing 200 CO 150 * 150 150 200 * at burners with a rated thermal input of less than 2.5 MW is the emission value only in the operation with nominal load.
3.1.1 extent for plants with a rated thermal input of 100 MW or more, the request to the sulphur separation efficiency to emissions of less than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average value leads, is at least a desulphurisation rates to comply with, which leads to emissions of not more than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average.
3.1.2 insofar as due to the elevated sulphur content of the fuels the emission rates listed in the table for hard coal, brown coal and Fluidised bed with a proportionate effort can are not respected, can use higher emission levels as a basis for calculating the competent authority on request in individual cases, so far with a combustion heat output of a) 50 MW to 100 MW Alternatively a desulphurisation rates not; less than 93 percent
(b) more than 100 MW 300 MW an emission limit value not exceeding 300 mg / m3, and additional a desulphurisation rates not less than at least 93 percent;
(c) more than 300 MW an emission limit value does not exceed 400 mg / m3 and additional a desulphurisation rates not less than 97 percent.
By way of derogation from sentence 1 the competent authority for existing waste burning with large combustion plants on request in individual cases can use higher emission levels as a basis for calculation, as far as with a combustion heat output of a) 50 MW to 100 MW Alternatively a desulphurisation rates not; less than 92 percent
(b) more than 100 MW 300 MW an emission limit value not exceeding 300 mg / m3, and additional a desulphurisation rates not less than 92 percent;
(c) more than 300 MW an emission limit value does not exceed 400 mg / m3 and additional a desulphurisation rates not less than at least 96 per cent.
In case of application of set is 1 or 2 CAbfall 0 mg/m3.
3.1.3 by way of derogation from the emission levels listed in the table applies to sulphur dioxide and Schwefelltrioxid, given as a waste co-burning sulphur dioxide for existing large combustion plants with a combustion heat output of 300 Megawatts or more, an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average values. Prejudice to the requirements for the sulphur separation efficiency.
3.1.4 by way of derogation from the emission levels listed in the table applies to nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as, in existing waste with burning nitrogen dioxide large combustion plants with a combustion heat output of 300 Megawatts or more, an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
3.2 emission values (Cproc) use of bio-fuels (daily average values in mg/m3) with different combustion heating capacity (in MW): Sions-approved emissions meter 100 MW to 300 MW > 300 MW SO2 and SO3 natural wood 200 200 200 150 other biofuel 350 NOX natural wood 250 250 200 150 other biofuel 400 CO natural wood and wood waste 150 * 150 200 200 other biofuel 250 * 250 250 250 * for burners with a rated thermal input of less than 2.5 MW, the emission value only in the operation applies with nominal load.
3.2.1 by way of derogation from the emission levels listed in the table applies to sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as waste co-burning sulphur dioxide for existing large combustion plants with a combustion heat output of 300 Megawatts or more, an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
3.2.2 Notwithstanding the in the table applies to listed emissions nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide for existing waste burning with large combustion plants with a rated thermal input of a) 50 MW to 100 MW an emission limit value of 300 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 600 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value;
b) more than 100 MW to 300 MW an emission limit of 250 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 500 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value;
c) more than 300 MW of an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
3.3 emissions (Cproc) when using liquid fuels (daily average values in mg/m3) with different combustion heating capacity (in MW): Sions-approved emissions meter 100 MW to 300 MW > 300 MW SO2 and SO3 heating oil EL of 10 BImSchV 850 350 200 other fuel and sulphur reduction level ≥ 85 percent 150 and sulphur reduction level ≥ 85% NOX heating oil EL 250 200 150 100 350 300 other fuel CO 80 80 80 80 3.3.1 the use of light fuel oil is considered emission value (Cproc) for Sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide, the emission value measured for the operation without the use of waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1. For installations with a rated thermal input exceeding 300 MW is for sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide, the emission value (Cproc) 150 mg / m3 to apply.
3.3.2 ready for plants with a rated thermal input of 100 MW or more, the request to the sulphur separation efficiency leads to emissions of less than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average value, is at least a desulphurisation rates to comply with, which leads to emissions of not more than 50 mg / m3 for the daily average value.
3.3.3 by way of derogation from the in the table applies to listed emissions sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, indicated as sulphur dioxide for existing waste burning with large combustion plants, except for the use of light fuel oil with a heat output of a) more than 100 MW to 300 MW a emission limit value 250 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 500 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value;
b) more than 300 MW of an emission limit value 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
3.3.4 by way of derogation from the in the table applies to listed emissions nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide for existing waste burning with large combustion plants with a rated thermal input of a) 50 MW to 100 MW, and use of other liquid fuels as light fuel oil an emission limit value of 350 mg / m3 for the daily average value and 700 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value;
b)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW an emission limit value of 200 mg / m3 for the daily average and 400 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value;
c) more than 300 MW of an emission limit of 150 mg / m3 for the daily average and 300 mg / m3 for the half hourly average value.
The competent authority has a continuously to monitor emission limit value (daily average value and half hourly average value) for SO2 and SO3 and NOX, taking into account the specific fuels in accordance with the regulation on Großfeuerungs-to set gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems, as well as a corresponding reference oxygen content in the permit 3.4 combustion plants for gaseous fuels for the use of gaseous materials from pyrolysis or gasification of solid or liquid waste in combustion plants for gaseous fuels. For all other emission parameters, an emission value for carbon monoxide as a daily average value of 80 mg / m3 or use of natural gas by 50 mg / m3 at a reference oxygen content of 3 per cent the number of 3.5 to 3.7 as well as Cproc be applied.
3.5 fixed emission limit values for all fuels (daily average value in mg/m3) emission parameters C a) total dust 10 b) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride 20 c) gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen fluoride 1 d) organic substances, stated as total carbon 10 e) Mercury and its compounds, indicated 3.5.1 by way of derogation from the specific emission limit values a daily average value is considered mercury 0.03 at fluidized bed firing systems for gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds , indicated as hydrogen chloride, 100 mg / m3.
3.5.2 Notwithstanding specific emission limit values for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds from the, indicated as hydrogen fluoride, thermal applies to existing waste burning with large combustion plants, where it is required for the operation of the flue gas desulphurisation plant, the exhaust gas stream before the flue gas desulphurisation plant by means of rotating or fixed memory mass as a heat transfer medium to withdraw, given to the reheating of the exhaust of flue gas desulphurisation plant is used, a daily average values for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, these as hydrogen fluoride , 10 mg / m3.
3.6 fixed emission limit values for all fuels (half hourly average values in mg/m3) emission parameters C a) total dust 20 b) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride 60 c) gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen fluoride 4 d) Mercury and its compounds, stated as mercury 0,05 notwithstanding the specific emission limit values a half hourly average value applies to fluidized bed firing systems for gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrochloric acid, 200 mg / m3. By way of derogation specified the specific emission limit values for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, as hydrogen fluoride, it applies to existing waste burning with large combustion plants which to operate flue gas desulphurisation plant is needed to avoid heat the exhaust gas stream before the flue gas desulphurisation plant by means of rotating or fixed memory mass as a heat transfer medium, given to the reheating of the exhaust flue gas desulphurisation plant is used according to which, a half hourly average values for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, these as hydrofluoric acid 15 mg / m3.
3.7 firm emission limits at usage of solid fuels, bio fuels and liquid fuels in installations with a fire thermal input of 50 MW or more (annual mean values in mg/m3) emission parameters C a) nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, with a combustion heat output of aa) 50 MW to 100 MW 250 bb) more than 100 MW and 100 b) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury 0.01 the monitoring of regulatory limits on the emissions of mercury and its compounds , indicated as mercury begins six months after the announcement of a suitable measuring device, but at the latest on 1 January 2019. other systems, i.e. systems that are listed in number 2 or 3 and in which wastes or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 is co-incinerated emissions are 4 to check whether the emission limit values to be respected, to a reference oxygen content relevant to each process , which may be but not more than 11 percent to refer. In plants, which are operated with a predominant share of operational air as well as in the case of combustion with pure oxygen or air enriched with oxygen significantly, the authority should relate the emission limit values to a reference oxygen content that is adapted to the process conditions of the system at the request of the operator or forego setting a reference oxygen content. In article 8 paragraph 1 number 3 set emission limit values for the pollutants combined to groups (heavy metals, standardised polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans) apply, taking into account the reference oxygen content set after set 1 or set 2.
4.1 fixed emission limits (daily average value in mg/m3) emission parameters C a) total dust 10 b) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride 10 c) organic substances, stated as total carbon 10 d) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury 0.03 4.2 fixed emission limit values (half hourly average values in mg/m3) emission parameters C a) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride 60 b) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury 0,05 4.3 fixed emission limit values for fixed (except for exclusive use of bio fuels) and liquid fuels for systems with a Thermal output of more than 50 MW (annual mean values in mg/m3) emission parameters C nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, with a combustion heat output of a) 50 MW to 100 MW/250 b) more than 100 MW 100 footnote Appendix 3 No. 3.1.3. Italic: should really loud "sulphur trioxide" Appendix 4 (to article 15, paragraph 1, article 16, paragraph 1, and article 17, paragraph 5) the continuous measuring devices and the validation of the measurement results (site requirements : BGBl. I 2013, 1066) 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 oxide 20 percent, d) total dust 30 percent, e) organically bound total carbon 30%, f) hydrogen chloride 40 percent, g) hydrogen fluoride 40%, h) mercury 40 percent.
2. for total dust called percentage refers to by way of derogation from point 1 the emission limits set for the half hourly average values, if the emission limit is less than a daily average value of 10 mg / m3.
3. the validated half hours and daily average values are determined on the basis of the measured half-hourly and after deduction of the confidence interval specified in the calibration.
4. 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 pursuant to § 22.

Annex 5 (according to § 2 paragraph 10) conversion formula (reference: BGBl. I 2013, 1067) 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