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 regulation implementing the Federal Immission Control Act (Regulation on the incineration and co-incineration of waste-17). BImSchV)

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17. BImSchV

Date of delivery: 02.05.2013

Full quote:

" Regulation on the incineration and co-incineration of waste of 2. May 2013 (BGBl. I S. 1021, 1044, 3754) "

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The V was defined as Article 3 of the V v. 2.5.2013 I 1021 by the Federal Government and the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, after consultation of the parties involved, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, In accordance with § 48b of the German Federal Immission Protection Act and with the consent of the Bundesrat, it is decided to comply with the rights of the Bundestag. She's gem. Article 10 (1) of this V entered into force on 2 May 2013. unofficial table of contents

content overview

section 1General rules
§ 1Scope
§ 2
  Section 2Requirements for erection,
the nature and
§ 3 Requirements for the delivery, acceptance and interim storage of the materials used
§ 4Construction and quality of the materials Assets
§ 5Operating conditions
§ 6 Combustion Conditions for Waste Incineration Plants
§ 7incineration conditions for waste co-incineration plants
§ 8Emission limit values for waste incineration plants
§ 9 Emission limit values for waste co-incineration plants
§ 10Emission limit values to be kept in the annual average
§ 11exhaust conditions for exhaust gases
§ 12Treatment of the waste gases in the case of the Waste incineration and waste co-incineration residues
§ 13Heat use
3Measurement and
§ 14Mesh Places
§ 15 Measuring methods and measuring devices
§ 16Continuous measurements
§ 17Evaluation and assessment of continuous measurements
§ 18 Single measurements
§ 19Single-measure reports and assessment
§ 20 Special monitoring of emissions of heavy metals
§ 21Operating faults
§ 22Annual reports on
4Common rules
§ 23Publication requirements
§ 24Approval of Exceptions
§ 25More stringent requirements and significant
section 5Final
§ 26Accessibility and equivalence of norms and worksheets
§ 27Administrative Offences
§ 28 Transitional
1
(to § 8, paragraph 1,
§ 18, paragraph 5, and
§ 20 paragraph 1)

carcinogenic substances emission limits
Appendix 2
(to Appendix 1 letter d)

Equivalency Factors
Appendix 3
(to § 9,
§ 10, paragraph 2,
§ 16, paragraphs 1 and 4,
§ 17, paragraphs 1 and 5,
§ 18, paragraph 2,
§ 19, paragraph 2,
§ 21, paragraph 3,
§ 22 (1) and
§ 28 (5) and (6)

Waste co-incineration emission limit values
Appendix 4
(to § 15 paragraph 1,
§ 16 (1) and
§ 17 (5))

Requirements for continuous measuring devices and validation of measurement results

Appendix 5
(to § 2 paragraph 10)
conversion formula

Section 1
General rules

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§ 1 Scope

(1) This Regulation shall apply to the establishment, nature and operation of Waste incineration plants and waste co-incineration plants which are in need of approval pursuant to § 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act in conjunction with the Regulation referred to in point 2 and in which the following wastes and substances are used:
1.
Solid, liquid, or gaseous wastes or
2.
similar solid or liquid combustible substances other than those specified in points 1.2.1, 1.2.2 or 1.2.3 of Annex 1 to the Regulation on installations in need of approval of 2 May 2013 (BGBl. 973), with the exception of similar liquid combustible substances, unless they have been incinerated, or which are not higher than that used in the combustion of light fuel oil, or
3.
solid, liquid or gaseous substances that are produced during pyrolysis or gasification of waste.
(2) This Regulation does not apply to waste incineration or waste incineration plants or waste gases. -co-incineration plants for individual waste incineration or co-incineration lines which, apart from the use of the substances listed in points 1.2.1, 1.2.2 and 1.2.3 of Annex 1 to the Regulation on installations requiring approval, are intended exclusively for the use of
1.
biofuels according to Article 2 (6) (2) of the Regulation on large-scale fire, gas turbines and gas turbines, and Combustion engine systems of 2. May 2013 (BGBl. 1021, 1023), as amended,
2.
Animal bodies within the meaning of Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 December 2009, p. Directive on animal by-products not intended for human consumption, and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (Regulation on animal by-products) (OJ L 327, 31.12.2002, p. 1), as defined by Directive 2010 /63/EU (OJ L 327, 22.12.2010, p. 33), or
3.
wastes arising from the exploration of oil and natural gas reserves and their extraction on drilling rigs, where they are to be used, and where they are to be used for the production of oil and gas,
(3) The Regulation is not applicable to
1.
Waste incineration or co-incineration lines, which are intended for research, development and development. Testing purposes to improve the combustion process less than 50 megagrams of waste per year, and
2.
gaseous substances as referred to in paragraph 1, point 3, which shall be used in the Waste co-incineration plants shall be used if their combustion does not cause any other or higher emissions than the combustion of natural gas due to their composition.
(4) This Regulation shall contain requirements for: Waste incineration plants and waste co-incineration plants,
1.
which are to be fulfilled in accordance with § 5 (1) (1) to (4) of the Federal Immission Control Act (Federal Immission Control Act) in the construction and
a)
Combating fire hazards,
b)
Preventable against harmful environmental impacts,
c)
Waste management and
d)
Use of the
2.
for the fulfilment of air quality requirements of the European Communities or the European Union pursuant to § 48a (1) and (3) of the Federal Immission Control Act.
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§ 2 Definitions

(1) "Waste" within the meaning of this Regulation are substances or objects which are listed in accordance with the provisions of the Circular Economic Law of 24. February 2012 (BGBl. 212), in the version in force in force.(2) "Large combustion plant waste co-incineration plant" within the meaning of this Regulation is a waste co-incineration plant with a heating capacity of 50 megawatts or more.(3) "waste co-incineration plant" within the meaning of this Regulation is a combustion plant, the main purpose of which is the supply of energy or of the production of material products, and in which waste or substances are mixed in accordance with Article 1 (1), Settlement waste only as far as prepared mixed municipal waste is concerned,
1.
used as regular or additional fuels or
2.
will be thermally treated with the aim of eliminating them.
The plant in this sense extends to the entire waste co-incineration plant, to include all waste co-incineration lines, the acceptance and storage of the waste and substances in accordance with Article 1 (1), the pre-treatment facilities on the site, the waste and substances supply system in accordance with Article 1 (1), the fuels and air, the Boilers, the waste gas treatment plants, the facilities located on the site for the treatment and storage of waste and waste water arising from the incineration of waste, the chimney, the devices and systems for the control of the waste gases, the waste water treatment plants and the waste water, the waste water, the waste water, the Combustion processes, for recording and for monitoring combustion conditions. If waste co-incineration is carried out in such a way that the main purpose of the plant is not in the energy supply or production of material products but in the thermal treatment of waste, the installation shall be deemed to be: Waste incineration plant within the meaning of paragraph 4.(4) "waste incineration plant" within the meaning of this Regulation is a combustion plant whose main purpose is to use thermal processes for the treatment of waste or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1). These methods shall include the incineration by oxidation of the above-mentioned substances and other comparable thermal processes such as pyrolysis, gasification or plasma processes, to the extent that the resulting thermal processes are solid, liquid or gaseous substances. The plant in this sense shall cover the entire waste incineration plant, including all waste incineration lines, the acceptance and storage of the waste and substances in accordance with Article 1 (1), the pre-treatment facilities on the site, the System of supply of waste and substances according to § 1 (1), for fuels and air, boiler, exhaust gas treatment plants, facilities located on the site for the treatment and storage of waste and waste water used in the incineration of waste , the chimney, the devices and systems for the control of the combustion processes, the recording and the monitoring of the combustion conditions.(5) 'waste incineration or co-incineration line' within the meaning of this Regulation shall be the technical equipment of the waste incineration or co-incineration plant, including a combustion chamber, a burner, where appropriate, and the associated waste incineration plant. Control unit, an exhaust gas purification device and other subsidiary devices according to § 1 (2) (2) of the Regulation on installations requiring approval.(6) "exhaust gas" within the meaning of this Regulation is the carrier gas with the solid, liquid or gaseous emissions, expressed as a volume flow rate in the unit cubic meter per hour (m3/h) and related to the exhaust volume in the standard state (temperature 273.15 Kelvin (K), pressure 101.3 kilopascals (kPa)) after deduction of moisture content of water vapor.(7) 'processed mixed municipal waste' within the meaning of this Regulation shall be mixed municipal waste for which, for the purpose of co-incineration, measures have been taken to put an impact on inorganic pollutants, in particular heavy metals; significantly reduce; drying, pressing or mixing are generally not included in these measures.(8) "Large combustion plant with a waste co-incineration plant" for the purposes of this Regulation is a large combustion plant which is co-incinerated with waste,
1.
which pursuant to § 67 (2) or (§) 67a (1) of the Federal Immission Control Act or prior to the entry into force of the Federal Immission Protection Act pursuant to Section 16 (4) of the Industrial Code,
2.
for which is the first permission to set up and operate according to § 4 or § 16 of the Federal Immission Protection Act before the 7. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union 1 January 2014, or
3.
for the operator before the 7. In January 2013 a full permit for the establishment and operation according to § 4 or § 16 of the German Federal Immission Protection Act (Federal Immission Protection Act) has been submitted and the prior to the 7.
() 'Existing waste incineration or co-incineration plant' within the meaning of this Regulation is a waste incineration or co-incineration plant, with the exception of large combustion plants, which are co-incinerated with waste, and which are before the 2. It was approved or established in May 2013.(10) 'Reference oxygen content' within the meaning of this Regulation shall be the volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas given or to be calculated in each case, to which the respective emission limit value is to be obtained, taking into account Annex 5.(11) "biofuels" for the purposes of this Regulation are biofuels according to § 2 (6) of the Regulation on large-scale fire, gas turbine and internal combustion engine systems.(12) "emissions" within the meaning of this Regulation are the air pollutants emitted by an installation; expressed as a mass concentration in the unit milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas (mg/m3) or nanograms per cubic metre of exhaust gas (ng/m3) or as mass flow in the unit Megagram per year (Mg/a). (13) "emission limit value" for the purposes of this Regulation is the emission of a plant which may be allowed to be discharged into the air as mass concentration and related to the respective reference oxygen content.(14) "natural gas" within the meaning of this Regulation is
1.
methane gas, of course, with no more than 20% by volume of inert gases and other constituents which Requirements of the DVGW working sheet G 260 of May 2008 for gases of the 2. Gas family, as well as
2.
sewage treatment, bio-and mine gases according to DVGW worksheet G 262 of September 2011, which are the conditions of the DVGW working sheet G 260 as In this case, the basic gases of the 2 are carried out as an additional gas or as an additional gas for conditioning. (
) 'combustion plant'
the meaning of this Regulation is any plant in which fuel is oxidised for the use of the heat produced.(16) "Thermal heat output" for the purposes of this Regulation is the heat content of the fuels referred to the lower calorific value, which is supplied to an installation in continuous operation per unit of time, in megawatts (MW). (17) " Mixed For the purposes of this Regulation, municipal waste shall be waste from household, industrial and industrial waste and waste from facilities similar to the waste from the household on the basis of its nature or composition. Mixed municipal waste within the meaning of this Regulation shall not include the waste fractions referred to in waste group 20 01 of the Waste List Regulation* , which shall: are collected separately at the place of origin, or the waste referred to in the waste group 20 02 of the same Regulation.(18) 'Hazardous waste' within the meaning of this Regulation shall be hazardous waste in accordance with the Waste-directory Regulation.(19) "Light heating oil" for the purposes of this Regulation is heating oil EL according to DIN 51603-1, August 2008 edition
*
Note of the written instructions:
Waste list-Regulation of 10. December 2001 (BGBl. 3379), which was last amended by Article 5 (22) of the Law of 24 December 1991. February 2012 (BGBl. I p. 212).

Section 2
Requirements for the construction, nature and operation

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§ 3 requirements for delivery, acceptance and interim storage of the materials used

(1) The operator of a waste incineration or waste incineration plant or -co-incineration plant has to take all necessary precautions with regard to the delivery and acceptance of the waste, in order to prevent pollution of the air, soil, surface water and groundwater, other pollution of the environment, To avoid or, as far as possible, limit odour and noise nuisances as well as direct risks to human health.The operator shall, prior to the adoption of hazardous waste in the waste incineration or co-incineration plant, gather the available information on the waste in order to determine whether the conditions of the permit have been met. This information shall include:
1.
all administrative information on the process of the production of the waste, which is included in the first subparagraph of paragraph 3, point 1 documents,
2.
the physical and, where practicable, the chemical composition of the waste,
3.
all other required information to assess the suitability of the waste for the intended combustion process,
4.
Hazardous characteristics of the waste, substances with which they are not allowed to be mixed, and precautions when dealing with these wastes.
(3) The operator must pre-empt hazardous waste in the waste incineration or co-incineration plant, at least the following measures:
1.
Examination of the documents contained in the Directive 2008 /98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 on waste and repealing certain Directives (OJ C 139, 30.4.2008, p. 24) (Waste Framework Directive) and, where appropriate, Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2006 on the implementation of the Waste Framework Directive (OJ L 327, 22.12.2006, p. June 2006 on shipments of waste (OJ L 136, 31.7.2006, p 1, L 318, 28.11.2008, p. 15), as last amended by Regulation (EU) No 135/2012 (OJ L 327, 28.11.2008, p. 30), as well as the legislation on the transport of dangerous goods, as well as
2.
The removal of representative samples; and control of the samples taken in order to verify that the waste complies with the information referred to in paragraph 2 and to enable the competent authorities to establish the type of waste treated; the samples shall be taken before the waste is loaded, provided that:
thereferred to in the first subparagraph of point 2 shall be kept for at least one month after the incineration or co-incineration of the waste in question.(4) Before accepting the waste in the waste incineration or co-incineration plant, the operator of the plant shall determine the mass of each waste type in accordance with the Waste List Regulation.(5) The competent authority may, at the request of the waste incineration or co-incineration plant operator, grant exemptions from paragraphs 2 to 4 if those installations are
1.
Part of an asset listed in column d of Annex 1 of the Regulation on approved assets under the letter E, and
2.
only waste incinerated or co-incinerated within the plant.
(6) Liquid waste or substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 are in closed, against overpressure to store containers secured. When filling the containers, the gas-pendulating method is to be used or the displacement air is to be detected. The operator shall have to equip open transfer points with an air suction before the commissioning of a waste incineration or co-incineration plant. The displacement air from the containers as well as the sucked-off air must be supplied to the firing. When the firing is at a standstill, an acceptance at open transfer points or a filling of storage tanks is only permissible if emission reduction measures, in particular the gas treatment or an exhaust gas purification, are used. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Installation and composition of plants

(1) Waste incineration or co-incineration plants shall be designed to: establish and operate in such a way that unauthorised and unintentional release of pollutants into the soil, surface water or groundwater is avoided. In addition, sufficient storage capacity shall be required for the polluted rainwater produced on the site of the waste incineration or co-incineration plant and for polluted water to be used in the event of disturbances or fire-fighting. shall be provided. It is sufficient if the water obtained can be tested and, if necessary, treated prior to the discharge.(2) The operator shall equip a waste incineration plant for solid waste or substances according to § 1 (1) before commissioning with a bunker, which is to be provided with a suction and whose sucked-off air is to be supplied to the firing. In the event that the firing is not in operation, measures must be provided for the cleaning and discharge of the air drawn off.(3) The operator shall have a waste co-incineration plant for solid waste or substances according to § 1 (1) before commissioning with closed storage facilities for these substances. The waste air produced during storage is to be grasped.Paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply to waste incineration or co-incineration plants in so far as the waste or substances referred to in Article 1 (1) of the waste incineration or waste co-incineration plant are exclusively contained in closed disposable containers or waste incineration plants. Multi-way containers are supplied.(5) In the case of waste incineration or co-incineration plants, provision should be made for measures and facilities for the detection and control of fires. The fire protection devices and measures shall be designed in such a way that fires arising or registered in the waste bunker can be identified and combated.(6) If, due to the composition of the waste or substances in accordance with § 1 (1), explosions in the storage area cannot be excluded, other appropriate measures shall be implemented by way of derogation from paragraph 4. The measures shall be determined more closely by the competent authority.(7) Before commissioning, the operator shall equip each waste incineration or co-incineration line of a waste incineration or co-incineration plant with one or more burners. Sentence 1 shall not apply provided that the conditions set out in Article 9 (1), first sentence, point 1 are fulfilled.(8) The operator must equip a waste incineration or co-incineration plant with automatic devices before it is put into service, which ensures that
1.
It is only possible to load the plants with waste or substances in accordance with § 1 (1) (1) if the If the minimum temperature is reached,
2.
A loading of the plants with waste or substances in accordance with § 1 (1) can only be carried out for as long as the
3.
a loading of the installations with waste or substances in accordance with § 1 (1) shall be interrupted if, as a result of an outage or it is possible to exceed a continuously monitored emission limit value for a disturbance of exhaust gas purification devices, while taking into account safety concerns of fire and explosion protection.
(9) Waste incineration or co-incineration plants shall be equipped with recording equipment, by means of which the automatic devices referred to in paragraph 8 are registered by means of the latches or shutdowns.(10) Other requirements arising from the Regulation on large-scale fire, gas turbine and internal combustion engine installations or in Section 5 (1) (2) of the Federal Immission Protection Act, in compliance with the First General Administrative Regulation on the Federal Immission Protection Act (Technical guidance on clean air-TA Luft) of 24. July 2002 (GMBl. 511), as amended, remain unaffected.

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§ 5 Operating Conditions

(1) A waste incineration plant is to be constructed and operated in such a way that
1.
an extensive burn-out of the waste or the substances according to § 1 paragraph 1 is achieved and
2.
in the Slag and rust ash a content of organically bonded total carbon of less than 3 per cent or a loss of ignition of less than 5 per cent of the dry weight is maintained.
(2) As far as it is necessary to meet the requirements of The waste or substances referred to in Article 1 (1) shall be pre-treated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1. The pretreatment is usually carried out by crushing or mixing or by opening one-way containers.(3) Contrary to the requirements referred to in paragraph 2, infectious disease-specific waste shall be brought into the furnace without first being mixed with other types of waste or otherwise pretreated.(4) Waste co-incineration plants shall be operated in such a way as to achieve the most complete incineration of waste and substances in accordance with Article 1 (1).(5) Air-ash deposits shall be kept as low as possible, in particular by means of appropriate exhaust gas guidance and frequent cleaning of boilers, heating surfaces, boiler feed water preheaters and exhaust gas trains. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 incineration conditions for waste incineration plants

(1) Waste incineration plants are to be constructed and ensure that the combustion gases produced during the incineration of waste or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1) are kept at a minimum temperature of 850 degrees Celsius after the last combustion air supply.(2) In the case of the incineration of hazardous waste with a halogen content of more than 1% by weight, calculated as chlorine, of halogen organic substances, the operator shall ensure that, by way of derogation from paragraph 1, a minimum temperature of 1 100 degrees Celsius is maintained.(3) The minimum temperature must also be maintained under the most unfavourable conditions with uniform mixing of the combustion gases with the combustion air for a residence time of at least two seconds.(4) The measurement of the minimum temperature shall be carried out in the vicinity of the internal wall of the combustion chamber. The competent authority may authorise the measurement to be carried out at another representative point in the combustion chamber or in the afterburning area. The verification and, where appropriate, the adjustment of the representative body shall be carried out with the agreement of the competent authority as part of the commissioning of the plant.(5) Compliance with the minimum temperature and the minimum residence time shall be demonstrated, at least once, when the installation is put into operation by means of measurements or by an opinion recognised by the competent authority.(6) By way of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 3, the competent authorities may allow other minimum temperatures or minimum residence times (combustion conditions), provided that
1.
the other requirements of this regulation are met and
2.
is shown to be the modification of the combustion conditions does not contain any major quantities of waste and no waste with a higher content of organic pollutants, in particular polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polyhalogenated dibenzodioxins, polyhalogenated dibenzofurans or polyhalogenated biphenyls, which are to be expected under the conditions laid down in paragraphs 1 to 3.
The proof referred to in the first sentence of point 2 shall be at least once during the putting into service of the Waste incineration plant under the modified combustion conditions by means of measurements or by a report recognised by the competent authority. The competent authorities shall provide the competent supreme immission protection authorities of the countries for transmission to the European Commission, in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence.(7) For existing installations, proof of sufficient combustion conditions shall also be deemed to be provided, provided that it is demonstrated, at least once after the plant has been put into operation, that no higher emissions, in particular, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polyhalogenated dibenzodioxins, polyhalogenated dibenzofurans or polyhalogenated biphenyls, than in the combustion conditions defined in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 3.(8) During start-up and in the event of a threat of undershooting of the minimum temperature, burners with natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, hydrogen, gaseous fuels referred to in point 1.2.2 of Annex 1 to the Regulation on installations requiring approval, and Heating oil or other liquid substances according to Article 1 (1) shall be operated in so far as, on the basis of their composition, no other or higher emissions may occur than in the case of the combustion of light heating oil.(9) In the case of waste incineration plants or individual waste incineration lines, burners must be operated in order to maintain the combustion conditions until such time as no waste or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1) are more in the firebox. . The distillers shall be operated exclusively with the fuels referred to in paragraph 8. Sentence 1 shall not apply to the other liquid substances referred to in Article 1 (1) in so far as, because of their composition, no other or no higher emissions may occur than in the case of the combustion of light heating oil and for the purpose of maintaining them of the combustion conditions. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 incineration conditions for waste co-incineration plants

(1) Waste co-incineration plants are to be constructed and operate to ensure that the combustion gases produced during the co-incineration of waste are kept at a minimum temperature of 850 degrees Celsius.(2) In the case of the incineration of hazardous waste with a halogen content of more than 1% by weight, calculated as chlorine, of halogen organic substances, the operator shall ensure that, by way of derogation from paragraph 1, a minimum temperature of 1 100 degrees Celsius is maintained.(3) The minimum temperature must also be maintained for a residence time of at least two seconds, even under the most unfavourable conditions.(4) The measurement of the minimum temperature shall be carried out on a representative body of the combustion chamber or post-combustion chamber, as defined by the competent authority in the permit. The verification and, where appropriate, the adjustment of the representative body shall be carried out with the agreement of the competent authority as part of the commissioning of the plant.(5) Compliance with the minimum temperature and the minimum residence time shall be demonstrated, at least once, when the installation is put into operation by means of measurements or by an opinion recognised by the competent authority.(6) By way of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 3, the competent authority may allow other combustion conditions, provided that
1.
meets the other requirements of this Regulation , and
2.
the emission limit values according to § 8 (1) for organic substances, expressed as total carbon, and for carbon monoxide are complied with
The competent authorities shall submit to the competent supreme immission protection authorities of the countries for transmission to the European Commission exceptional authorisations in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Emission limit values for waste incineration plants

(1) Waste incineration plants are to be constructed and operated in this way, that
1.
no daily mean value exceeds the following emission limits:
a)
b)
Total dust5 mg/m3
Organic fabrics, specified as total carbon,10 mg/m3
c)
inorganic chlorine compounds,
specified as hydrogen chloride,
10 mg/m3
d)
e)
gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds,
specified as hydrogen fluoride,
1 mg/m3
f)
dioxide and sulfur trioxide,
specified as sulfur dioxide,
50 mg/m3
g)
Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide,
specified as nitrogen dioxide,
150 mg/m3
h)
Mercury and its connections,
specified as Mercury,
0, 03 mg/m3
i)
Carbon monoxide50 mg/m3
ammonia, if a process for selective catalytic
or non-catalytic reduction is used to reduce the emissions of
nitrogen oxides
10 mg/m3
2.
no half-hourly average value exceeds the following emission limit values:
a)
b)
Total dust20 mg/m3
Organic fabrics, specified as total carbon,20 mg/m3
c)
inorganic chlorine compounds,
specified as hydrogen chloride,
60 mg/m3
d)
e)
gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds,
specified as hydrogen fluoride,
4 mg/m3
f)
dioxide and sulfur trioxide,
specified as sulfur dioxide,
200 mg/m3
g)
Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide,
specified as nitrogen dioxide,
400 mg/m3
Mercury and its connections,
specified as Mercury,
0, 05 mg/m3
h)
i)
Carbon monoxide100 mg/m3
3.
no mean value that is calculated over the sampling time, the emission limit values of Appendix 1 .
(2) For waste incineration plants with a thermal output of less than 50 MW,
1.
notwithstanding paragraph 1, point 1, point (a), an emission limit value for total dust of 10 mg/m3 for daily mean value and
2.
notwithstanding paragraph 1 (1) (f), an emission limit value for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, of 200 mg/m of3 for the Daily average.
(3) The emission limit values referred to in paragraph 1 relate to a reference oxygen content of 11 per cent. To the extent exclusively gaseous substances produced during the pyrolysis or gasification of waste, or waste oils within the meaning of Article 1a (1) of the Waste Oil Regulation, as amended by the 16. April 2002 (BGBl. 1368), as last amended by Article 5 (14) of the Law of 24. February 2012 (BGBl. 212), the reference oxygen content shall be 3 per cent. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Emission limit values for waste co-incineration plants

(1) Waste co-incineration plants are to be constructed and operate to comply with the following emission limit values in the exhaust gases:
1.
the emission limit values according to Appendix 3, if
a)
the plant does not produce more than 25 percent of the respective driven thermal output of a waste co-incineration line from co-incineration materials, and
b)
when mixed municipal waste is used only prepared mixed municipal waste, as well
2.
the emission limit values according to § 8 (1) and § 10 (1), if
a)
the plant is more than 25 percent the respectively driven thermal output of a waste co-incineration line produced from co-incineration materials or
b)
when mixed municipal waste is used no prepared mixed municipal waste.
Co-incineration materials are the waste and substances used in accordance with § 1 (1) and the fuels additionally required for their co-incineration.(2) For installations for the production of cement clinker or cements or for installations for the burning of limestone in accordance with point 2.3 or 2.4 of Annex 1 to the Regulation on installations requiring approval, the provisions of Annex 3, point 2 shall apply, even if: if, by way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 1, point 1, point (a), the proportion of co-incineration substances in the respective reduced thermal power output exceeds 25%.By way of derogation from paragraph 2, where more than 40 per cent of the total heat output of hazardous waste, including the additional fuel required for their combustion, shall be produced in installations referred to in paragraph 2, shall be subject to the following: Limit values according to § 8 (1) and § 10 (1). For the determination of the percentage of the percentage referred to in the first sentence, liquid combustible wastes and substances according to § 1 (1) shall not be taken into account if
1.
has a mass content of polychlorinated aromatic hydrocarbons, such as polychlorinated biphenyls or pentachlorophenol, less than 10 milligrams per kilogram, and the lower calorific value of which is at least 30 megajoules per kilogram, or
2.
due to its composition no other or no higher emissions than can occur during the combustion of light fuel oil.
(4) The emission limits are a volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas as determined in Appendix 3 or determined in accordance with the procedure laid down in Appendix 3. Unless otherwise specified in Appendix 3, the half-hourly average values shall not exceed twice the daily average values laid down. To the extent that the emission limit values set out in Annex 3, point 3, are dependent on the thermal performance of the combustion, large combustion plants shall be used for large combustion plants with a waste co-incineration plant, in accordance with Article 3 of the Regulation on large-scale fire, gas turbines and gas turbines, and Combustion engine installations.The competent authority shall fix the emission limit values in question, in particular in so far as they are to be determined by computer or by way of derogation, in the approval decision or in a subsequent order. Non-official table of contents

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

(1) Waste incineration plants are to be constructed and operate that no annual mean value exceeds the following emission limit values:
1.
ammonia, if a process for selective catalytic
or non-catalytic reduction is used to reduce the emissions of
nitrogen oxides
15 mg/m3
nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, specified as nitrogen dioxide,100 mg/m3
2.
(2) Waste co-incineration plants must be constructed and operated in such a way that no annual average value of the emission limit values set out in Annex 3, points 2.3, 3.7 or 4.3 exceeds.(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to existing installations with a thermal output of 50 MW or less. Unofficial table of contents

§ 11 Abduct conditions for exhaust gases

The exhaust gases are to be diverted in a controlled manner in such a way that a non-perturbated Removal with the free air flow is possible. For the determination of the discharge heights, the requirements of the technical instructions for the clean-keeping of the air must be taken into account. The more detailed provisions shall be laid down in the permit. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Treatment of residues resulting from waste incineration and waste co-incineration

(1) Residues, such as: Slag, rust ash, filter and boiler dusts, as well as reaction products and other waste of the exhaust gas treatment, shall be avoided, used or eliminated in accordance with Section 5 (1) (3) of the Federal Immission Control Act. Where the recycling of residues is not technically possible or unreasonable, they shall be removed without prejudice to the good of the general public.(2) The operator shall ensure that filter and boiler dusts, which are produced in exhaust gas dust removal as well as in the cleaning of boilers, heating surfaces and exhaust gas trains, are separately collected from other solid wastes. Sentence 1 shall not apply to installations with fluidised bed firing.In so far as it is necessary to fulfil the obligations laid down in paragraph 1, the constituents of organic and soluble substances in the waste and other substances shall be reduced.(4) The conveying and storage systems for pollutant-containing, dust-like residues shall be designed and operated in such a way that no relevant diffuse emissions can be emitted. This is particularly the case with regard to the necessary maintenance and repair work on plant parts susceptible to wear. The operator shall ensure that dry filter and boiler dusts, reaction products of the exhaust gas treatment and dry slag are transported or intermediately stored in closed containers.(5) Prior to the establishment of the procedures for the recovery or disposal of waste resulting from the incineration or co-incineration of waste, in particular the slag, rust ash and filter and boiler dusts, their potential for pollution is: in particular their physical and chemical properties, as well as their content of harmful impurities, by means of appropriate analyses. The analyses are to be carried out for the whole soluble fraction and the heavy metals in the soluble and insoluble part. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Heat use

Heat, which is produced in waste incineration or co-incineration plants, and which does not apply to third parties. shall be used in installations of the operator, insofar as this is technically possible and reasonable according to the type and location of these installations. The operator shall be able to generate electricity from an electrical terminal capacity of more than half a megawatt, to the extent that heat which is not supplied to third parties or which is not used in equipment of the operator is generated by the operator.

Section 3
Measurement and Monitoring

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§ 14 Measuring stations

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

§ 15 Measurement methods and measuring equipment

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

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§ 16 Continuous measurements

(1) The operator, taking into account the requirements of Appendix 4 to continuously determine, register and evaluate the following parameters:
1.
the mass concentration of the emissions in accordance with § 8 (1) (1) and (2), and Points 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1 to 3.6 as well as 4.1 and 4.2 according to Appendix 3,
2.
the volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas,
3.
the temperatures referred to in § 6 (1) or (2) and § 7 (1) or (2) and (2)
4.
Assessment of the operating parameters required for proper operation, in particular the exhaust gas temperature, the exhaust gas volume, the moisture content and the pressure.
For this purpose, the operator has provided the waste incineration or co-incineration plants. To equip commissioning with suitable measuring devices and measuring devices. The first subparagraph of point 1 in conjunction with the second sentence shall not apply in so far as emissions of individual substances according to Article 8 (1) (1) or in point 2.1, 2.3, 3.1 to 3.5 and 4.1 of Appendix 3 can be proven to be excluded or, if appropriate, in low concentrations. , and to the extent that the competent authority has granted a corresponding exception.(2) Measuring devices for the moisture content are not necessary if the exhaust gas is dried before determining the mass concentration of the emissions.(3) If, on the basis of the waste or substances used in accordance with Article 1 (1), the type of construction, the mode of operation or individual measurements, the proportion of nitrogen dioxide in the nitrogen dioxide emissions is below 10 per cent, the competent authority shall: Authority to continuously measure the nitrogen dioxide and to allow the determination of the proportion by calculation. In this case, the operator shall keep evidence of the proportion of nitrogen dioxide in the calibration and shall submit it to the competent authority upon request. The operator shall keep the evidence in each case five years after calibration.(4) Paragraph 1, first sentence, point 1 shall not apply to gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds when cleaning stages for gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds are operated to ensure that the emission limit values set out in Article 8 (1) (1) Points 1 (c) and (2) (c) or 2.1, 2.2, 3.5, 3.6, 4.1 and 4.2 shall not be exceeded in accordance with Annex 3.(5) At the request of the competent authority, the operator shall continuously measure mass concentrations of the emissions in accordance with section 8, paragraph 1, point 3, if suitable measuring devices are available.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, first sentence, point 1, the competent authorities may, at the request of the operator, authorise individual measurements for hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, sulphur trioxide and sulphur dioxide, provided that the operator ensures that the Emissions of these pollutants are not higher than the emission limit values laid down for this purpose.(7) In order to determine the sulphur content of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide in the exhaust gas, the operator shall regularly determine the sulphur content of the fuel used in order to determine the sulphur content of sulphur dioxide. In doing so, the competent authority shall determine in more detail how it is demonstrated that the levels of sulphur separation are complied with as the daily average.(8) In the case of mercury and its compounds, identified as mercury, the competent authority shall, upon request, waive the continuous measurement if it is reliably demonstrated that the emission limit values referred to in Article 8 (1) (1) (g) and point 2 (g) or in Annex 3, points 2.1, 2.2, 3.5, 3.6, 4.1 and 4.2 shall be less than 20 per cent. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Evaluation and assessment of continuous measurements

(1) During the operation of the waste incineration or -co-incineration plants shall be made from the measured values determined in accordance with § 16 for each successive half-hour in each case the half-hourly average value and to be converted to the reference oxygen content according to Appendix 5. For substances whose emissions are reduced and limited by means of exhaust gas purification devices, the conversion of the measured values may only be carried out for the periods in which the measured oxygen content is higher than the reference oxygen content. From the half-hourly average values, the daily mean value is to be formed for each day, relative to the daily operating time, including the starting or downtime operations.(2) The results of the continuous measurements shall be carried out by the operator for each calendar year and shall draw up a measurement report and the competent authority by 31 December 2005. to be submitted in March of the following year. The operator shall keep the report referred to in the first sentence and the associated records of the measuring instruments five years after the end of the reporting period after the first sentence. In so far as the measurement results of the competent authority are available through appropriate telemetric transmission, the obligation to submit the measurement report shall not be required in accordance with the first sentence.(3) The operator shall include in the measurement report referred to in paragraph 2 the following:
1.
the frequency and duration of non-compliance with the requirements of § 6 (1) to (3) or in accordance with § 7 (1) to (3) and
2.
the records of the registrants pursuant to § 4 (9).
(4) The operator has the annual average values according to § 10 shall be calculated on the basis of the daily average values validated in accordance with Appendix 4, together with the daily average values of a calendar year, and shall be divided by the number of daily average values. For each calendar year, the operator shall have proof of the annual averages and shall have the competent authority up to 31 years of age. to be submitted on request in March of the following year. Proof of proof shall be kept five years after the end of the detection period.(5) The emission limit values are complied with if
1.
no result of a daily average value validated in accordance with Appendix 4, the relevant emission limit value according to § 8 In paragraph 1, point 1 and Appendix 3, points 2.1, 2.3, 3.1 to 3.5 and 4.1,
2.
no result of a half-hourly average value validated in accordance with Appendix 4 to each of the following: the relevant emission limit value in accordance with section 8 (1) (2) and Annex 3, point 2.2, 2.3, 3.4, 3.6 and 4.2 above,
3.
no result of the relevant The degree of desulphurisation according to Appendix 3, points 3.1 and 3.3, falls below and
4.
No annual mean value determined in accordance with paragraph 4 shall be the relevant emission limit value. In accordance with § 10 and Appendix 3, point 2.3, 3.7 and 4.3.
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§ 18 individual measurements

(1) The operator shall have the following information: Establishment or substantial modification of a waste incineration plant or co-incineration plant during commissioning by means of measurements of a notified body according to § 29b (2) in conjunction with Section 26 of the Federal Immission Protection Act (Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetz) , whether the combustion conditions are fulfilled in accordance with § 6 (1) to (3) or § 7 (1) to (3).(2) After the establishment or substantial modification of a waste incineration or co-incineration plant, the operator has made measurements of a body known in accordance with Section 29b (2) in conjunction with Section 26 of the Federal Immission Protection Act, for the purpose of establishing, whether the requirements of section 8 (1) (3) or, in the case of the conditions laid down in § 16 (6), in accordance with Article 8 (1) (1) (1) and (2) or (3) (2.1), (2.2), (3.1) to (3.6) and (4.1) and (4.2), requirements are met, (3) and (4).(3) The measurements shall be carried out every two months at least on one day and then again at least every twelve months at least three days after the start of the period of 12 months after the start of the operation.(4) The measurements shall be carried out if the plant is operated with the highest performance for which it is authorised for continuous operation in the case of the waste or substances used during the measurement in accordance with Article 1 (1).(5) In order to monitor the requirements of Section 8 (1) (3), the sampling time for measurements for the determination of emissions of substances shall be in accordance with
1.
Annex 1 (1) (1). a to c, except benzo (a) pyrene, at least half an hour; it shall not exceed two hours,
2.
Appendix 1 (d) and benzo (a) pyrene shall be at least six hours; it shall not exceed eight hours.
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§ 19 Reports and assessment of individual measurements

(1) The operator has the results of the individual measurements in accordance with § 18 to produce a measurement report and to submit it to the competent authority not later than eight weeks after the measurements. The measurement report must contain the following:
1.
Data about the measurement planning,
2.
Result of each individual measurement,
3.
the measurement method used, and
4.
Operating conditions which are relevant for the evaluation of the measurement results.
(2) The emission limit values shall be deemed to be complied with if no result of a single measurement exceeds a mean value in accordance with Article 8 (1) or in Appendix 3. Non-official table of contents

§ 20 Special monitoring of emissions of heavy metals

(1) As far as the composition of the waste is based, or Substances according to § 1 (1) or other findings, in particular on the basis of the assessment of individual measurements, emission concentrations of substances according to Appendix 1 (a) and (b) are to be expected, which exceed 60 per cent of the emission limit values , the operator has to identify and document the mass concentrations of these substances once a week. Section 18 (5) shall apply accordingly.(2) The determination of the mass concentrations referred to in paragraph 1 may be dispensed with if, by means of other tests, for example by means of functional checks of the exhaust gas purification facilities, it is possible to establish with sufficient certainty that the Emission limits are not exceeded. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 Operating faults

(1) Measurements are made that require the operation of a waste incineration plant. or co-incineration plant or to limit emissions, the operator shall inform the competent authority without delay. It shall immediately take the necessary measures to ensure proper operation, without prejudice to Article 4 (8) (2) and (3).(2) The competent authority shall, by means of appropriate monitoring measures, ensure that the operator
1.
has its legal obligations to ensure the proper functioning of the If it is operating or
2.
takes out the asset out of service.
(3) In the case of waste incineration or co-incineration plants, which are made up of one or more In the case of waste incineration lines with common exhaust gas facilities, the Authority shall determine the period during which the emission limit values shall be determined by the Authority for technically unavoidable failures of the exhaust gas purification equipment in the plant permit. § 8 and Appendix 3 may be deviated under certain conditions. Do not deviate from the emission limit values for organic substances, expressed as total carbon, and for carbon monoxide after
1.
§ 8 (1) (1) Point (b) and (h),
2.
§ 8 (1) (2) (b) and (h) and
3.
Appendix 3 Number 2.1, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, and 4.1.
(4) In the case of paragraph 3, the asset may no longer continue to operate as,
1.
four consecutive hours and
2.
within a calendar year 60 hours.
The emissions limit for the total dust must be a mass concentration of 150 mg/m3 of exhaust gas, measured as half-hourly average, not exceeding. § 4 (8) and (9), Article 8 (3) and Article 9 (4) shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 22 Annual reports on emissions

(1) The operator of a large combustion plant that is co-incinerated has the competent authority for the first time for the year 2016 and then annually until 31. to report in May of the following year for each individual plant in compliance with § 9 (4) sentence 3:
1.
the installed combustion heat output of the combustion plant, in Megawatt,
2.
the type of combustion plant: boiler firing, gas turbine, gas engine, diesel engine, other combustion plant with a precise indication of the type of Combustion plant,
3.
the date of the uptake and the last major change in the firing system, including the designation of the essential change,
4.
the total annual emissions, in megagrams per year, of sulphur oxides, expressed as sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, and Dust, expressed as a total of non-woven materials,
5.
the annual operating hours of the firing system,
6.
the annual total annual energy use, in terajoules per year, relative to the lower calorific value, broken down into the following fuel categories:
a)
hard coal,
b)
brown coal,
c)
Biobrennstoffe,
d)
Torf,
e)
other solid fuels with a more precise indication of the solid fuel label,
f)
liquid fuels,
g)
natural gas,
h)
other gases with a precise indication of the name of the Gas
7.
for combustion plants, to which point 3.1.2 of Appendix 3 is to be applied, the sulphur content of the domestic solid fuels used and the the degree of sulphur separation achieved, averaged over each month and in the first year of application of point 3.1.2 of Appendix 3, also the technical justification as to why compliance with the rule emission limit values referred to in point 3.1 of Appendix 3 not practicable,
8.
for combustion plants, which, in the moving average over a period of five years, do not have more than 1 500 operating hours per year in operation, the number of operating hours per year for the reporting year and the previous four calendar years,
9.
indicating whether the combustion plant is part of a Refinery.
(2) Up to and including the 2015 reporting year, the operator of a large combustion plant with a waste co-incineration plant shall be responsible for each year up to 31 December each year. May the following year be reported for each of the installations referred to in paragraph 1 (4), (6) and (9).(3) The supreme state authorities responsible under national law, or the authorities designated by them, shall examine the report in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 for plausibility and shall forward the report to the Federal Environment Agency until 31 December 2008. October of the year following the year under review by electronic means for forwarding to the European Commission. The Federal Environment Agency has compiled the reports on linings for each year and three-year periods, with the details of combustion plants being listed separately in refineries. name="BJNR104400013BJNG000400000 " />

Section 4
Common Rules

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§ 23 Obligation to publish

The operator of a waste incineration or co-incineration plant shall, after the first calibration of the measuring equipment and thereafter publish once a year, 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.
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§ 24 Approval of exceptions

(1) The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, make exceptions to the rules of the If, taking into account the particular circumstances of the individual case
1.
individual requirements of the Regulation are not, or only with a disproportionate effect, of the Regulation, permit the regulation to be permitted.
2.
otherwise the emission limit measures corresponding to the state of the art are applied
3.
the discharge height according to the technical instructions for keeping the air clean is also designed for the emission limit value approved as an exception, unless this is also the case Prerequisites of number 1 before, and
4.
meet the requirements of the following guidelines:
a)
Directive 2008 /98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19. on waste and repealing certain Directives (OJ C 139, 30.4.2008, p. OJ L 312, 22.11.2008, p. 3, L 127, 26.5.2009, p. 24) (Waste Framework Directive),
b)
Council Directive 96 /59/EC of 16 June 2009 on the implementation of the directive on the protection of the environment. 1 September 1996 on the disposal of polychlorinated biphenyls and polychlorinated terphenyls (PCB/PCT) (OJ L 327, 28.12.1996, p. 1). 31), as amended by Regulation (EC) No 596/2009 (OJ L 396, 30.12.2009, p. 14), and
c)
Directive 2010 /75/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 December 2009, of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities. November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control) (recast version) (OJ C 327, 28.11.2010, p. 17)
2) By way of derogation from § 4 (2), the competent authority may authorise waste incineration plants without waste bunkers or a partially open bunker construction in conjunction with a targeted air extraction; if the production of dust and odour emissions is kept as low as possible by means of structural or operational measures or by reason of the nature of the waste or substances referred to in Article 1 (1).(3) The competent authority shall document the reasons for the authorisation of exemptions in the Annex to the approval certificate, including the justification of the conditions laid down. This information shall be made available to the public. Non-official table of contents

§ 25 More stringent requirements and significant changes

(1) The power of the competent authority, others or Further requirements, in particular in order to avoid harmful environmental effects in accordance with Section 5 (1) (1) of the Federal Immission Control Act, shall remain unaffected.(2) Where the competent authority has already provided, on a case-by-case basis, requirements for the protection of adverse environmental effects caused by air pollution which exceed the requirements of this Regulation, they shall continue to apply: authentable. Any further requirements arising out of other legislation or these specific administrative provisions shall remain unaffected.(3) The use of hazardous waste in an installation which is authorised only for the use of non-hazardous waste is to be classified as a substantial change in the plant, in accordance with the first sentence of Article 16 (1) of the Federal Immission Control Act.(4) In accordance with Article 20 (3) of the Federal Immission Control Act, the competent authority may prohibit the operation of a waste incineration or co-incineration plant if it is not ensured that the waste incineration plant or co-incineration plant has been entrusted with the management of the plant. Person to line the asset and provides a guarantee of proper operation of the asset.

Section 5
Final Provisions

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§ 26 Accessibility and equivalence of standards and worksheets

(1) The DIN standards referred to in § 2 (19) are available at Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin. . The DVGW worksheets referred to in § 2 (14) are to be obtained from the economic and publishing company Gas und Wasser mbH, Bonn. The above-mentioned DIN standards are in the German National Library, the mentioned worksheets are deposited in the German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich in terms of their archives.(2) The DIN standards and DVGW worksheets referred to in § 2 shall be subject to these relevant CEN standards and, in so far as no such CEN standards are available, ISO standards or other international standards which shall comply with national standards , in accordance with the provisions of the European Parliament and of the Council. Non-official table of contents

§ 27 Administrative Offences

(1) Administrative Offences within the meaning of Section 62 (1) (2) of the Federal Immission Protection Act Who intentionally or negligently acts
1.
contrary to § 3 paragraph 6 sentence 3, § 4 paragraph 2 sentence 1, § 4 paragraph 3 sentence 1, § 4 paragraph 7 sentence 1, § 4 paragraph 8 or § 16 paragraph 1 2
2.
2.
contrary to § 4 (1) sentence 1, § 5 paragraph 1, § 5 (4), § 6 (1), 2, 3, 8 or 9 sentence 1, § 7 (1), (2) or (3), § 8 (1), § 9 (1) sentence 1, § 13 sentence 1 or sentence 2, § 24 (4) sentence 1 or sentence 2 or § 28 (2) a waste incineration plant or -co-incineration plant not properly constructed or not properly operated,
3.
contrary to § 12 (2) sentence 1, does not ensure that the waste mentioned there is not separated ,
4.
contrary to § 12 (4) sentence 3, it does not ensure that the waste is transported or intermediately stored in closed containers
5.
contrary to § 13 sentence 2 of the heat mentioned there, does not generate power,
6.
contrary to § 14, a measuring station not or not correctly set up,
7.
contrary to § 15, paragraph 1, sentence 1 does not ensure that a measurement method is used or a measuring device referred to there is used,
8.
contrary to § 15, paragraph 2, sentence 1 ensures that sampling or analysis or quality assurance is carried out in accordance with the standards referred to therein
9.
contrary to § 15 (3), one there
10.
contrary to § 15 (4), does not allow a measuring device to be calibrated or not calibrated in time, or not, or cannot be checked in due time for functionality,
11.
contrary to § 15 (6), § 17 (2) sentence 1, § 19 (1) sentence 1 or § 22 (1) or (2) Report not, not correct, not complete or not submitted in time,
12.
contrary to § 16 (1) sentence 1, § 16 (5) or § 20 (1) sentence 1 one there , the mass concentration of the emissions, the volume of oxygen mentioned there, the temperature mentioned there or the size of the operation mentioned there, not determined correctly or not in good time, not correct or not correct registered in good time, not, not properly or not evaluated in time, or not, not correct or not documented in good time,
13.
contrary to § 16 (3) Sentence 2 or sentence 3 does not provide evidence, is not correct or not complete, does not or does not present it in good time or not, or does not retain it for at least five years,
14.
an enforceable arrangement in accordance with § 16, paragraph 7, sentence 2,
15.
contrary to § 17, paragraph 1 sentence 2 a measured value for periods other than the times mentioned there,
16.
contrary to the second sentence of Article 17 (2), a report or a record referred to there is not or not for at least five years,
17.
contrary to § 18, paragraph 1, a combustion condition referred to there is not allowed or cannot be checked in good time,
18.
contrary to § 18, paragraph 2, any measurement referred to there is not allowed to be performed in the prescribed manner or not in time,
19.
contrary to § 21, Paragraph 1, Sentence 1, a notice does not make, not correct or not timely,
20.
contrary to § 23 sentence 1 a publication not correct, not correct, not complete or not timely.
(2) Contrary in the sense of Section 62 (1) point 7 of the Federal Immission Control Act, who intentionally or negligently does
1.
contrary to § 10 (1) or (2) an installation not correctly erected or not correct , or
2.
contrary to § 17 (4) sentence 2 or sentence 3, does not provide proof, not correct or complete, not correct, not correct, not complete, or not presented in time or not, or not stored for at least five years.
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§ 28 Transitional rules

(1) For existing assets,
1.
are subject to the requirements of this Regulation, except for § 10, as of 1. January 2016,
2.
the requirements of § 10 as of 1. January 2019.
(2) In the case of existing installations in which the residence time specified in § 6 (3) cannot be achieved due to particular technical difficulties, this requirement shall be met at the latest in the case of a re-erection of the A combustion line or a waste heat boiler.(3) Where a waste incineration or co-incineration plant is extended by the addition of one or more waste incineration or co-incineration lines, the existing lines and the new lines to be recalculated shall form a common plant, the requirements for the lines to be re-erected shall be determined in accordance with the requirements of the second and third sections, and the requirements laid down in this provision shall be governed by existing lines.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, existing waste incineration plants shall comply with the requirements laid down in Article 8 (1) (1) (f) and Article 8 (1) (2) (f) for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, as nitrogen dioxide, only from the date of 1. January 2019.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, existing installations for the manufacture of cement clinker and cements and installations for burning lime shall be subject to the requirements laid down in Annex 3, point 2.1 (d), at the latest from the first point of view of the first paragraph. Until this date, the requirements of the Regulation on the incineration and co-incineration of waste, as amended by the Notice of 14 January 2019, are fulfilled. August 2003 (BGBl. 1633), as defined by Article 2 of the Regulation of 27 June 2000. January 2009 (BGBl. 129) has been amended in its up to 2 years. May 2013 apply.(6) By way of derogation from point 2 of paragraph 1, existing waste incineration plants shall not be subject to the requirements laid down in Article 10 (1) (1).By way of derogation from point 2 of paragraph 1, the requirements of Annex 3, point 3.7, point (a) shall not apply to existing large combustion plants which have been incinerated. unofficial table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 8, paragraph 1, § 18, paragraph 5, and § 20 paragraph 1)
emission limits for carcinogenic substances

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 1057)

For the carcinogenic substances referred to in points (a) to (d), the following emission limit values shall apply:
a)
Mercury and its compounds, specified as Mercury, 0.01 mg/m3
cadmium and its compounds, given as cadmium,
thallium and its compounds, specified as thallium,
a total of 0.05 mg/m3
b)
antimony and its compounds, specified as antimony,
arsenic and its compounds, specified as arsenic,
lead and its compounds, indicated as lead,
chromium and its compounds. Compounds specified as chromium,
Cobalt and its compounds, indicated as cobalt,
copper and its compounds, indicated as copper,
manganese and its compounds, indicated as manganese,
nickel and its compounds, specified as nickel,
vanadium, and its compounds, expressed as vanadium,
tin and its compounds, expressed as tin,
total 0.5 mg/m3
c)

Arsen and its connections (except arsenic),
specified as arsenic,
benzo (a) pyrene,
cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium,
water-soluble cobalt compounds, expressed as cobalt,
chromium (VI) compounds (except barium chromate and
Bleach romat), specified as chromium
a total of 0.05 mg/m3


Arsen and its compounds indicated as arsenic,
benzo (a) pyrene,
cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium,
cobalt and its compounds, expressed as cobalt,
chromium and its compounds, indicated as chromium,
total 0.05 mg/m3
d)
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equivalency factors

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For the total value for polychlorinated dibenzodioxins, dibenzofurans and di-PCBs to be formed in accordance with Appendix 1, the concentrations of the dioxins, furans and di-PCBs identified in the exhaust gas are indicated by the above mentioned values. Multiply and sum the equivalence factors.

dioxins and furans according to Appendix 2
total of 0.1 ng/m3
Material Equivalence Factor
Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxine (PCDD) WHO-TEF 2005
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin (TCDD)1
1,2,3,7, 8-Pentachlorodibenzodioxin (PeCDD)1
1,2,3,4,7,8-Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD)0.1
1,2,3,7,8,9- Hexachlorodibenzodioxin (HxCDD)0,1
1,2,3,6,7,8-Hexachlordibenzodioxin (HxCDD) 0, 1
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-heptachlorodibenzodioxin (HpCDD)0.01
Octachlorodibenzodioxin (OCDD)

0,0003
Polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF)WHO-TEF 2005
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzofuran (TCDF) 0, 1
2,3,4,7,8-Pentachlorodibenzofuran (PeCDF)0.3
1,2,3,7, 8-Pentachlorodibenzofuran (PeCDF)0,03
1,2,3,4,7,8-Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)0.1
1,2,3,7,8,9- Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)0.1
1,2,3,6,7,8-Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF) 0, 1
2,3,4,6,7,8-Hexachlordibenzofuran (HxCDF)0.1
1,2,3,4,6,7, 8-Heptachlordibenzofuran (HpCDF)0.01
1,2,3,4,7,8, 9-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (HpCDF)0.01
Octachlorodibenzofuran (OCDF)

0.0003
Polychlorinated BiphenylsWHO TEF 2005
Non ortho PCB
PCB 77 0, 0001
PCB 810,0003
PCB 126 0, 1
PCB 1690,03
Mono ortho PCB
PCB 1050.00003
PCB 1140.00003
PCB 1180.00003
PCB 1230.00003
PCB 1560.00003
PCB 1570.00003
PCB 1670.00003
PCB 1890.00003
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Emission limit values for the co-incineration of waste

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Appendix 3 is designed to set emission limit values for waste co-incineration plants. If a fixed emission limit value or a fixed reference oxygen content is already specified in this installation for certain emission parameters, the emission limit value or the reference oxygen content shall replace the calculation of the emission limit value or the reference oxygen content. Emission limit value or the reference oxygen content for this emission parameter. The fixed emission limit values set out in this Annex shall apply to the respective waste co-incineration plants, taking into account the exceptions referred to therein.
1.
Computer setting of emission limit values for co-incineration of waste Insofar as no fixed emission limit values or solid are fixed in this plant The following formula (mixing rule) is to be used. The mixing rule shall be used for the calculation of the emission limit values for each emission parameter regulated under Article 5 (1) and for the calculation of the reference oxygen content. Emission parameters for the purposes of this Appendix are the pollutants listed in § 5 (1), for which daily average values, half-hourly average values or mean values are fixed for the respective sampling time.
VWaste:
Exhaust Stream, which is responsible for the incineration of the maximum percentage of the waste or substances referred to in § 1 (1), including the one for the incineration of these substances required fuel. Where the permitted proportion of waste or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1) is less than 10% of the total heating performance of a co-incineration plant, the associated exhaust gas flow shall be based on an assumed quantity: of 10 percent of these wastes or substances in accordance with § 1 paragraph 1.
VMethod:
Remaining part of the standardized Exhaust gas flow.
CWaste:
Emission limit value for the emission parameters listed in § 8 (1) or the reference oxygen content for the emission parameters specified in § 8 (2)
CMethod:
The emission value and the reference oxygen content in accordance with the tables in this Annex. For all other emission parameters, for which no fixed emission limit values or fixed reference oxygen levels are specified in this Annex, the relevant provisions shall apply, as in the case of the relevant provisions, such as 13. BImSchV or TA Luft-in the course of the combustion of the emission values, which are normally permitted, or Reference oxygen content. If there are no such requirements, the emission limits laid down in the permit shall be: Use the reference oxygen content. In the absence of such provisions, actual emissions or oxygen content shall be based on the operation of the plant without the use of waste or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1).
C:
Calculated emission limit value or calculated reference oxygen content for co-incineration plants derived from the application of the above formula
2.
Equipment for the manufacture of cement clinker or cements, as well as plants for burning lime, in which waste or substances according to § 1 In order to check whether the emission limit values are complied with, the emissions shall be subject to a fixed reference oxygen content of 10 per cent. The emission limit values laid down in Article 8 (1) (3) for the categories of pollutants to be grouped (heavy metals, benzo (a) pyrene, polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans) shall apply, taking into account the provisions of the first sentence of the first subparagraph. Reference oxygen content.
2.1
Fixed emission limit values (daily average values in mg/m3)Emissions savings nameC
a)Total dust 10
b)gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, expressed as hydrogen chloride10
c)gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, given as hydrogen fluoride1
d)nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide in
aa) Cement clinker and cement production plants200
bb) Kalk burning plants350
e)sulphur dioxide and sulfur trioxide, specified as sulphur dioxide50
f)organic matter, expressed as total carbon 10
g)Mercury and its connections, specified as mercury 0.03
h)Ammonia, if a process for selective catalytic or selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides is used to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides. non-catalytic reduction used30
2.1.1
With significant changes to these attachments up to the 31. It is necessary to examine whether the requirements for limiting nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide for new plants can be met with a proportionate effort. The possibilities for further reducing the emissions of nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide from the exhaust gas in installations by fire technology or other measures corresponding to the state of the art are to be exploited.
2.1.2
The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, approve exemptions for sulphur dioxide and total carbon, provided that these exceptions are based on the composition natural raw materials are required and can be excluded that additional emissions of total carbon and sulphur dioxide are caused by the use of wastes or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1).
2.1.3
The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, authorise exemptions for mercury and its compounds, provided that these exceptions are based on the composition natural raw materials are required and can be excluded that additional emissions of mercury are produced by the use of waste and substances in accordance with Article 1 (1), and that a daily average value of up to 0.05 mg/m3 is not is exceeded. The possibilities of further reducing emissions of mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury, from the exhaust gas by fire engineering or other measures corresponding to the state of the art, are:
2.1.4
The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, authorise exemptions for ammonia, provided that these exceptions are based on the The composition of natural raw materials is required and it can be excluded that additional emissions of ammonia are produced through the use of waste or substances in accordance with § 1 (1) (1). In this case, the ammonia limit shall be added to the raw material-related ammonia emissions to be determined by comparison measurements; the emissions resulting from waste remain unaccounted for
2.2
Fixed Emission Limits (Half-hourly average values in mg/m3)Emissions SparameterC
a)Total dust30
b) gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, expressed as hydrogen chloride60
c)gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, expressed as hydrogen fluoride4
d)sulphur dioxide and Sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide200
e)Mercury and its compounds, indicated as: Mercury0.05
2.2.1
The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, approve exemptions for sulphur dioxide and total carbon, provided that these exceptions are based on the composition the natural raw materials are required and can be excluded that additional emissions of total carbon and sulphur dioxide are caused by the incineration of waste or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1).
2.2.2
The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, authorise exemptions for mercury and its compounds, provided that these exceptions are based on the composition natural raw materials are required and can be excluded that additional emissions of mercury are produced by the use of waste and substances in accordance with Article 1 (1), and that a half-hourly average value of up to 0.1 mg/m3 is not exceeded. The possibilities of further reducing emissions of mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury, from the exhaust gas by fire engineering or other measures corresponding to the state of the art, are:
2.3
Fixed emission limit values (annual mean values in mg/m3)
Emission parameters C
Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide200

By way of derogation from the emission limit value for nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as Nitrogen dioxide is an emission limit value of 350 mg/m3for installations for burning lime in rotary kilns with rust prewarmer.
2.4
Carbon monoxide emission limit value
2.4.1
The competent authority has set an emission limit value for carbon monoxide, taking into account the requirements of § 8 paragraph 1.
2.4.2
The competent authority may, at the request of the operator, derogate from the emission limit value set for carbon monoxide in § 8 (1), provided that these exceptions are The use of waste or other substances in accordance with Article 1 (1) requires additional emissions of carbon monoxide as a result of the composition of natural raw materials and the use of waste or other substances.
3.
combustion plants in which waste or substances are co-incinerated in accordance with § 1, paragraph 1, emissions are for inspection, whether the emission limit values are complied with, to refer to the following reference oxygen content:
a)
the use of solid fossil fuels or biofuels to a fixed reference oxygen content of 6%
b)
in the use of liquid or gaseous fuels to a fixed reference oxygen content of 3 per cent or
c)
for emission values as set out in Annex 3, points 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3 to the Annex 3 Reference oxygen content to be calculated.
The emission limit values set out in Article 8 (1) (3) for the groups of pollutants to be grouped (heavy metals, benzo (a) pyrene, polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans) shall apply, taking into account the reference oxygen levels set out in the first sentence for the fuels concerned.
3.1
Emission values (Cprocedures) when using solid fossil fuels (daily average values in mg/m3) with different thermal heat output (in MW):

Emis-
sions-
para-
meter 1 MW to
< 10 MW10 MW To
< 50 MW50 MW to
100 MW> 100 MW to
300 MW> 300 MW
SO2 and SO3 Steinkohle 1 300 400 200 and
sulfur ab-
scheidegrad
≥ 85 percent
150 and
sulfur-
minde-
rungs-
degree
≥ 85 Percent
Braunkohle 1 000
swirl layer 350 or
Sulfur Separation Degree
≥ 75 percent
350 and sulfur ab-
scheidegrad
≥ 75 percent
200 and
sulfur ab-
scheidegrad
≥ 85 percent
NOX 500,
bei Wirbel-
Tier feue-
rung 300
400,
with vertebrae-
stringfire-
rung 300
300 200 150,
at Braun-
kohlestaub-
feudings 200
CO 150 * 150 150200
*
For individual furnaces with a rated thermal output of less than 2.5 MW, the emission value is only valid in operation with nominal load.
3.1.1
As far as plants with a rated thermal output of 100 MW or more, the The requirement for sulphur separation to emissions of less than 50 mg/m3 for the daily average shall be subject to at least one degree of sulphur separation, which shall be subject to emissions of not more than 50 mg/m3 for the Daily average.
3.1.2
Where, due to the increased sulphur content of the fuels used, the emission levels set out in the table are: Coal, lignite and fluidised bed cannot be complied with at a proportionate cost, the competent authority may, on request, use higher emission levels as a basis for calculation, provided that: Combustion heat output of
a)
50 MW to 100 MW alternatively a sulphur separation rate of 93 per cent not below;
b)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW shall not exceed an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 and, in addition, a desulliation rate of does not fall below 93 per cent;
c)
more than 300 MW does not exceed an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 and in addition a
way of derogation from the first sentence, the competent authority may, on request, in the case of existing waste co-incineration plants, be able to use higher emission levels as a result of the application. Use calculation basis to the extent that a thermal output of
a)
50 MW to 100 MW Alternatively, a sulfur separation rate of 92 percent is not undershot;
b)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW, an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 is not , and in addition a sulphur separation rate of at least 92 per cent is not undershot;
c)
more than 300 MW an emission limit value of 400 mg/m3 is not exceeded and a sulfur separation level of at least 96 percent is not exceeded.
In the case of the application of set 1 or 2, CWaste is 0 mg/m3.
3.1.3
Differing from the emission levels listed in the table applies to sulphur dioxide and sulphur dioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, in the case of existing sulphur dioxide and sulphur dioxide. Large combustion plants with a thermal output of 300 MW or more, an emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for the daily mean value and 400 mg/m3 for the half-hourly average value. The requirements for the degree of sulphur separation shall not be affected.
3.1.4
By way of derogation from the emission values shown in the table, the following shall apply: Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, in the case of large combustion plants with a thermal output of 300 MW or more, for existing waste co-incineration plants, or an emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for the Daily average value and 400 mg/m3 for half-hour average.
3.2
Emission values (Cprocedures) when using biofuels (Daily averages in mg/m3) with different thermal heat outputs (in MW):

Emis-
sions-
para-
meter < 50 MW50 MW bis
100 MW> 100 MW bis
300 MW> 300 MW
SO2 and SO3 natural wood 200 200 200 150
other
Biobrennstoff
350
NOX natural wood 250 250 200 150
other
Biobrennstoff
400
CO natural
wood as well as
Wood waste
150 * 150 200 200
other
Biobrennstoff
250 * 250 250250
*
In case of individual furnaces with a thermal output of less than 2.5 MW, the emission value is only valid in operation with nominal load.
3.2.1
Deviating from the emission values listed in the table, applies to Sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, in the case of large combustion plants with a thermal output of 300 MW or more in existing waste co-incineration plants, or an emission limit value of 200 mg/m3 for the daily mean value and of 400 mg/m3 for the half-hour average.
3.2.2
By way of derogation from the emission values listed in the table, the following applies to: Nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, in the case of large combustion plants with a thermal output of
a)
50 MW to 100 MW an emission limit value of 300 mg/m3 for the daily average and 600 mg/m3 for the half-hour average;
b)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW an emission limit of 250 mg/m3 for the daily average and 500 mg/m3 for the half-hour average;
c)
more than 300 MW an emission limit of 200 mg/m3 for daily average value and 400 mg/m3 for half-hour average.
3.3
Emission values (CMethod) when using liquid fuels (daily average values in mg/m3) with different thermal heat outputs (in MW):

Emis-
sions-
para-
meter < 50 MW50 MW to
100 MW> 100 MW
up to 300 MW> 300 MW
SO2 and SO3 Heizöl EL 10. BImSchV
other
fuel
850 350 200 and
sulfur-
mindset
≥ 85 percent
150 and
sulfur-
reduction degree
≥ 85 Percent
NOX Heizöl EL 250 200 150 100
other
fuel
350 300
CO 80 80 8080
3.3.1
When light heating oil is used, the emission value (Cprocedure) is Sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, the emission value measured in each case for the operation without the use of waste or substances in accordance with Article 1 (1). In the case of installations with a thermal output of more than 300 MW, sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide shall be used as sulphur dioxide to use the emission value (Cmethod) of 150 mg/m3 .
3.3.2
As far as plants with a rated thermal output of 100 MW or more, the requirement for the sulfur separation degree to emissions of less than 50 mg/m3 for the daily average value shall be at least one sulfur separation degree that leads to emissions of not more than 50 mg/m3 for the daily average.
3.3.3
Differing from the emission levels listed in the table applies to sulphur dioxide and sulfur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, in the case of existing sulphur dioxide and sulphur dioxide waste-co-burning large combustion plants, with the exception of the use of light heating oil, with a thermal output of
a)
more than 100 MW to 300 MW an emission limit of 250 mg/m3 for the daily average and 500 mg/m3 for the half-hour average;
b)
more than 300 MW an emission limit of 200 mg/m3 for the daily average and 400 mg/m3 for the half-hour average.
3.3.4
Differing from the emission levels listed in the table applies to nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, at existing waste-co-burning large combustion plants with a thermal output of
a)
50 MW to 100 MW, and Use of other liquid fuels as a light heating oil, an emission limit value of 350 mg/m3 for the daily average and of 700 mg/m3 for the half-hour average;
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-hour average;
c)
more than 300 MW an emission limit value of 150 mg/m3 for daily average and 300 mg/m3 for half-hour average.
3.4
Fire facilities for gaseous fuel When using gaseous substances from pyrolysis or gasification of solid or liquid waste in combustion plants for for gaseous fuels, the competent authority shall have a continuously monitored emission limit value (daily average and half-hourly average) for SO2 and SO3 as well as for NOX, taking into account the specific fuels referred to in the Regulation on large-scale fire engines, gas turbines and internal combustion engines, and a corresponding reference oxygen content in the permit. For all other emission parameters, paragraphs 3.5 to 3.7, as well as Cprocedures, shall be an emission value for carbon monoxide as a daily average of 80 mg/m3 or in the case of the use of natural gas of 50 mg/m3 in each case. Reference oxygen content of 3 percent applied.
3.5
Solid emission limit values for all fuels (daily average value in mg/m3) Emissions saving ameterC
a)Total dust10
b)gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, given as hydrogen chloride20
c)gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, given as hydrogen fluoride1
d) Organic fabrics, specified as total carbon10
e) Mercury and its compounds, given as mercury0,03
3.5.1
Differing from the specified emission limit values, a daily average value for gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds is given in fluidized bed furnaces. Hydrogen chloride, of 100 mg/m3.
3.5.2
Deviating from the specific emission limits for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, specified as hydrogen fluoride, applies to existing waste-co-incineration large combustion plants which require the exhaust gas desulphurisation system to operate in front of the exhaust-gas desulphurisation system by means of rotary or To remove heat as a heat transfer medium, which is used for reheating the exhaust gas stream after the exhaust gas desulphurization plant, a daily agent value for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen fluoride, of 10 mg/m3
3.6
Solid emission limit values for all fuels (half-hourly average values in mg/m3)Emissions savings nameC
a)Total dust 20
b)gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, expressed as hydrogen chloride60
c)gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, given as hydrogen fluoride4
d)Mercury and its compounds, specified as mercury0.05

By way of derogation from the In the case of fluidized bed furnaces, emission limit values are a half-hourly average value for gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride, of 200 mg/m3. By way of derogation from the specific emission limit values for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, expressed as hydrogen fluoride, existing waste-co-incineration large combustion plants shall be subject to the operation of the waste-gas desulphurisation system is required to withdraw heat from the exhaust gas stream upstream of the exhaust gas desulphurisation system by means of rotating or fixed storage masses as a heat transfer medium, which heat transfer medium to reheat the exhaust gas stream after the exhaust gas desulphurisation system is used as a half-hour average for gaseous inorganic fluorine compounds, expressed as hydrogen fluoride of 15 mg/m3.
3.7
festivities Emission limit values for the use of solid fuels, biofuels and liquid fuels in plants with a fire capacity of 50 MW or more (annual mean values in mg/m3) Emission ameterC
a)nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, with a thermal power of
aa) 50 MW to 100 MW250
bb) more than 100 MW100
b) Mercury and its compounds, indicated as mercury0.01

Monitoring the prescribed limits of emissions of mercury and its Compounds, indicated as mercury, shall begin six months after the notification of a suitable measuring instrument, but at the latest by 1. January 2019.
4.
Other assets, d. h. Installations not listed in point 2 or 3 where waste or substances are co-incinerated in accordance with Article 1 (1). Emissions shall be subject to compliance with the emission limit values for the purpose of the procedure the relevant reference oxygen content, which may, however, be at most 11 per cent. In the case of installations which are operated with a predominant share of operational secondary air and in the case of combustion with pure oxygen or significantly oxygen-enriched air, the Authority shall, at the request of the operator, provide the Emission limit values refer to a reference oxygen content adapted to the process conditions of the plant, or to dispense with the establishment of a reference oxygen content. The emission limit values laid down in Article 8 (1) (3) for the categories of pollutants to be grouped (heavy metals, benzo (a) pyrene, polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans) shall apply, taking into account the provisions of the first sentence or the second sentence of the second sentence of paragraph 2.
4.1
Fixed emission limit values (daily average in mg/m3)Emissions savings nameC
a)Total dust 10
b)gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, expressed as hydrogen chloride10
c)organic fabrics, specified as total carbon10
d)Mercury and its compounds, given as mercury0.03
4.2
Fixed Emission Limits (Half-hourly average values in mg/m3)Emissions SparameterC
a)gaseous inorganic chlorine compounds, indicated as hydrogen chloride60
b)Mercury and its compounds, given as mercury0.05
4.3
Fixed emission limit values for solid (except for the exclusive use of biofuels) and liquid fuels for installations with a firing heat output of more than 50 MW (annual mean values in mg/m3)Emission parameter C
nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide, expressed as Nitrogen dioxide, with a thermal power of
a)50 MW to 100 MW 250
b)more than 100 MW 100

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Appendix 4 (to § 15 paragraph 1, § 16 (1) and § 17 (5))
Requirements for the continuous measuring equipment and the validation of the measurement results

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1.
The value of the confidence interval of 95 percent of a single Measurement results shall not exceed the following percentages of this emission limit at the emission limit set for the daily average:
a)
carbon monoxide10 Percent,
b)
c)
dioxide 20 percent,
nitrogen oxide 20 percent,
d)
dust 30 percent,
e)
Organically bound total carbon30 percent,
f)
g)
Hydrogen chloride40 percent,
hydrogen fluoride40 percent,
h)
Mercury40 Percent.
2.
For total dust, the percentage referred to for the half-hour average is different from point 1. Emission limit, provided that the emission limit falls below a daily average of 10 mg/m3 .
3.
The validated half-hour and daily average values shall be determined on the basis of the measured half-hourly average values and after deduction of the confidence interval determined in the calibration.
4.
The half-hour averages before Deduction of the measurement uncertainty (normalized values) determined in the calibration must be available for the purposes of the annual emission rates to be determined in accordance with § 22.
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To the extent that emission limit values are related to reference oxygen content in the exhaust gas, the mass concentrations measured in the exhaust gas are to be converted according to the following equation:

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