Twenty-fifth Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Control Act (Regulation on the limitation of emissions from the titanium dioxide industry-25). BImSchV)Non-official table of contents
Date of delivery: 08.11.1996
" Regulation on the limitation of emissions from the titanium dioxide industry in the version of the Notice of 30 November 1996. July 2014 (BGBl. I p. 1316) "
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For details, see the Notes
(+ + + text evidence from: 1.12.1996 + + +)
(+ + + Amcial: Notification of the norm provider to EC law:
Implementation of the
EWGRL 112/92 (CELEX Nr: 392L0112) + + +)
This Regulation is intended to implement Article 9 of Council Directive 92/112/EEC of 15 June 1992 on the implementation of the European Economic and Monetary Affairs Council. 1 December 1992 on the modalities for harmonising programmes for the reduction and eventual reduction of pollution caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry (OJ L 327, 28.12.1992, p. EC No L 409 p. 11). Non-official table of contents
§ 1 Scope of application
This Regulation applies to the establishment, nature and operation of
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- Plants for the manufacture of titanium dioxide after the sulfate and Chloride process,
- Plants for fabricable concentration of waste acids.
§ 2 Definitions
For the purposes of this Regulation:
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- exhaust: the carrier gases with solid, liquid or gaseous emissions;
- emissions: the emissions from plants Air pollutants emitted; they are indicated as mass concentrations in the unit milligrams per cubic metre, based on the undiluted exhaust volume in the normal state (273.15 Kelvin, 1 013 hectopascals) after deduction of the moisture content Water vapour, or as a mass ratio in unit kilogram per tonne of product.
§ 3 Appendixes to the Sulphate process
(1) Emissions from dust must not exceed an emission limit value of 30 milligrams per cubic metre, based on 20 per cent atmospheric oxygen, as a daily average for installations according to the sulphate process.(2) The emissions of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, including sulphuric acid droplets, expressed as sulphur dioxide in the digestion and calcination phase, shall be subject to an emission limit value of half a gram per cubic metre of sulphur dioxide and sulphur dioxide, The daily mean value and the mass ratio of 4 kilograms per tonne of titanium dioxide produced shall not exceed the annual mean value of the whole installation. The installations shall be equipped with devices to prevent the emission of sulphuric acid droplets.(3) The emissions of sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide, expressed as sulphur dioxide, in the concentration of waste acids, shall not exceed an emission limit value of one quarter of a cubic metre per cubic metre as the daily average. Non-official table of contents
§ 4 plants by the chloride method
(1) Emissions from dust may be used in installations according to the chloride procedure Emission limit value of 30 milligrams per cubic meter in relation to 20 percent atmospheric oxygen as daily mean value does not exceed.(2) The emissions of chlorine must not exceed an emission limit value of 3 milligrams per cubic metre as the daily average. Non-official table of contents
§ 5 Measurement and monitoring procedure
(1) In addition to the requirements of the First General Administrative Regulation on the German Federal Immission Control Act (Technical Guidance on Air-TA Luft) of 24. July 2002 (GMBl p. 511), the operator has to continuously monitor emissions into the air of gaseous sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide as sulphur dioxide:
- from assets for digestion and calcination, or
- Assets that use the sulfate process in the concentration of waste acids.
(2) The operator of the plant has the emissions of dust or chlorine in the air to continuously monitor relevant sources. The continuous monitoring of chlorine in accordance with the first sentence shall be carried out six months after notification of a suitable measuring device. Non-official table of contents
§ 6 Other or more stringent requirements
Other or more stringent requirements, in particular those arising from duties in accordance with Section 5 (1) (2) to (4) of the Federal Immission Control Act as well as the Technical Guidance for the clean-keeping of the air, shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents
§ 7 Administrative Offences
is an administrative offence within the meaning of Section 62 (1) (7) of the Federal Immission Protection Act, Who intentionally or negligently as an operator of an asset
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- contrary to § 3, paragraph 1, paragraph 2, sentence 1 or paragraph 3 or § 4 (1) or (2) exceeds the emission limit value referred to there,
- contrary to § 3 (2) sentence 1, the mass ratio referred to in that paragraph , or
- contrary to § 5, paragraph 2, the emissions mentioned there are not monitored correctly or not in a timely manner.
§ 8 (Entry into force)