Twenty-Eighth Regulation On The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act (Regulation On Emission Limit Values For Combustion Engines)

Original Language Title: Achtundzwanzigste Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes (Verordnung über Emissionsgrenzwerte für Verbrennungsmotoren)

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Twenty-eighth Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Control Act (Regulation on emission limit values for internal combustion engines) (28). BImSchV)

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28. BImSchV

Date of delivery: 20.04.2004

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" Twenty-eighth Ordinance on the Implementation of the Federal Immission Protection Act (Ordinance on emission limit values for internal combustion engines) of 20 April 2004. April 2004 (BGBl. 614, 1423), which was last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 14 June 2008. August 2012 (BGBl. I p. 1712) "

:Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 14.8.2012 I 1712

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This Regulation is designed to implement Commission Directives 2001 /63/EC of the 17. August 2001 adapting to Directive 97 /68/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to combat the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants Particles of internal combustion engines for mobile machinery and equipment in technical progress (OJ L 327, 30.4.2004, p. EC No 41) and 2002 /88/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9. December 2002 amending Directive 97 /68/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from internal combustion engines to mobile Machinery and equipment (OJ L 327, 22. EU 2003 No 28).

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(+ + + text-proof: 29.4.2004 + + +)
(+ + + Official note of the norm-provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EGRL 63/2001 (CELEX Nr: 32001L0063)
EGRL 88/2002 (CELEX Nr: 32002L0088)
Implementation of the
EURL 88/2011 (CELEX Nr: 32011L0088) see V v. 14.8.2012 I 1712 + + +)

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Based on § 33 (1) (1), § 37, and § 48a (3) of the Federal Immission Control Act as amended by the 26. September 2002 (BGBl. 3830), the Federal Government, after consulting the parties concerned, arranges the following: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Scope of application

This Regulation applies for the placing on the market of engines in mobile machinery and engines for installation in mobile machinery and equipment referred to in Article 2, first indent, in conjunction with Annex I (1) of Directive 97 /68/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the 16. December 1997 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from internal combustion engines to be used in non-road mobile machinery (OJ L 327, 31.12.1997, p. EC 1998 No 1), as last amended by Directive 2011 /88/EU of 16. 13 November 2011 (OJ C 327, 1), in so far as they are not intended to be used exclusively by the Bundeswehr or by armed forces stationed in the Federal Republic of Germany under international law. This Regulation shall not apply to engines for the propulsion of inland waterway vessels. Non-official table of contents

§ 1a Reference to European Community directives

The directive as referred to in this Regulation 97 /68/EC of the European Communities is to be applied in the current version. Where this Directive is adapted to technical progress in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Directive, it shall apply as amended in the Official Journal of the European Union after the expiry of the period laid down in the Adaptation Directive the deadline for transposition. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Placing on the market

(1) The engines referred to in § 1 of this Regulation may be commercial or economic Companies are only placed on the market if
1.
for compression-ignition engines of stage IIIA according to Directive 97 /68/EC
a)
with a non-constant speed with a net power of
aa)
130 kW to 560 kW from the 1. January 2006,
bb)
75 kW to less than 130 kW from the 1. January 2007,
cc)
37 kW to less than 75 kW from the 1. January 2008,
dd)
19 kW to less than 37 kW from the 1. January 2007
b)
with a constant speed with a power output of
aa)
130 kW to 560 kW from the 1. January 2011,
bb)
75 kW to less than 130 kW from the 1. January 2011,
cc)
37 kW to less than 75 kW from the 1. January 2012,
dd)
19 kW to less than 37kW from 1. January 2011
c)
for railcars with a power output of more than 130 kW from the 1. January 2006,
d)
for locomotives with a net power of
aa)
130 kW to 560 kW from the 1. January 2007,
bb)
over 560 kW from 1. January 2009
,with the permitted emission limit values set out in the table in section 4.1.2.4 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC,
2.
Stage IIIB compression-ignition engines according to Directive 97 /68/EC
a)
with a non-constant speed with a power output of
aa)
130 kW to 560 KW from the 1. January 2011,
bb)
75 kW to less than 130 kW from the 1. January 2012,
cc)
56 kW to less than 75 kW from the 1. January 2012,
dd)
37 kW to less than 56 kW from the 1. January 2013
b)
for railcars with a power output of more than 130 kW from the 1. January 2012,
c)
for locomotives with a power output of more than 130 kW from the 1. January 2012
, according to the table in section 4.1.2.5 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC,
3.
for compression-ignition engines in addition to engines with a constant speed of stage IV, in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC with a net power of
a)
130 kW to 560 kW from the 1. January 2014,
b)
56 kW to less than 130 kW from the 1. The
permitted emission limit values set out in the table in Annex I, Section 4.1.2.6 of Directive 97 /68/EC,
4.
for compression-ignition engines With a power output of 18 kW to 560 kW, operated at a constant speed, the permitted emission limit values set out in the table in Annex I, point 4.1.2.3 of Directive 97 /68/EC from the 31.
5.
for positive-ignition engines with a power output of up to 19 kW the permitted emission limit values set out in the table set out in Annex I, item 4.2.2.1. of the Directive 97/68/EC as from 11 February 2005 (Level I)
6.
it and at
a)
handheld spark-ignition engines with a power output of or below 19 kW, with a displacement of
aa)
under 20 ccm from the 1. February 2008,
bb)
from 20 ccm to less than 50 ccm from the 1. February 2008,
cc)
from 50 ccm from 1. February 2009
b)
non-handheld spark-ignition engines with a power output of or below 19 kW with a displacement capacity of
aa)
under 66 ccm from the 1. February 2005,
bb)
from 66 ccm to less than 100 ccm from the 1. February 2005,
cc)
from 100 ccm to less than 225 ccm from the 1. February 2008,
dd)
starting at 225 ccm from the 1. February 2007
comply with the permitted emission limit values set out in the table in Annex I, item 4.2.2.2 of Directive 97 /68/EC,
7.
a type of engine or a family of engines or the document referred to in Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC, and where
8.
with the one referred to in Annex I (3) of the Directive Engines which already comply with the limit values before the dates referred to in points 1, 2, 3 and 4 may be marked accordingly.
(2) In the case of engines whose date of manufacture is before the dates referred to in paragraph 1 shall be extended by two years for each category of the date for the fulfilment of the requirements referred to in paragraph 1.(3) An exchange motor other than the propulsion of railcars and locomotives must comply with the limit values to be complied with by the engine to be replaced when the engine was first placed on the market.(4) An exchange engine for the propulsion of railcars and locomotives shall comply with the applicable limit values for new engines.(5) In the case of a rail vehicle owner, where an exchange motor complying with the requirements referred to in paragraph 4 could be used only with significant technical difficulties, the approval authority may, upon request, be able to replace the replacement engines with: for railcars and locomotives:
1.
Exchange engines, which are the emission limit values of the stage III A of Directive 97 /68/EC, for the exchange of engines, the
a)
the emission limit values Stage III A of Directive 97 /68/EC, or
b)
although the emission limit values of Stage III A of Directive 97 /68/EC, but not the emission limit values of Stage III B of Directive 97 /68/EC
2.
Exchange engines which do not meet the emission limit values of Stage III A of Directive 97 /68/EC, on the Replacement of engines for railcars without control and self-propelled propulsion, provided that these replacement engines meet the emission limit values at least equal to the emission limit values to which those in the existing railcars of the same type
The applicant shall justify his application and submit the documents requested by the approval authority.(6) In the case of engines falling under paragraphs 3 to 5, the manufacturer shall have a label with the "REPLACEMENT engine" lettering and the reference number of the derogation granted by the approval authority in the approval procedure;

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§ 3 Exceptions

(1) At the request of a manufacturer of engines from running series, which are still in stock up to the dates specified in § 2, the approval authority shall renew each of them in accordance with § 2 of the German law. for twelve months in accordance with the requirements laid down in Article 10 (2), first to fifth indent, of Directive 97 /68/EC, and shall issue a certificate of conformity or a consolidated document referred to in Article 10 Paragraph 2, ninth indent of the Directive.(2) A request shall be rejected as soon as the sum of the engines registered in accordance with paragraph 1 in each case 10 percent of the new engines of all the types concerned placed on the market in Germany in the previous year under the conditions of section 2 (1) No. 1 exceeds.(3) Machines and equipment referred to in Article 9a (7) of Directive 97 /68/EC shall be subject to compliance with the dates referred to in Article 2 (1) (6) with regard to the emission limit value requirements for a period of three years after The entry into force of the above emission limit values shall be excluded. Hand-held hedge cutters, which can be used in different positions, for commercial use and for chainsaws for commercial use with a handle attached at the top to the top of the tree, in each of which engines with a net power of 19 Kilowatts or less and with a displacement of 20 cubic centimetres or more, shall be the emission limit values referred to in Article 2 (1) (6) as from 31. July 2013. Until that date, the emission limit value requirements set out in point 4.2.2.1 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC shall continue to apply to machinery and equipment within the meaning of the second sentence. For machinery and equipment as set out in the first sentence, the emission limit value requirements set out in point 4.2.2.1 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC shall continue to apply until the end of the three-year period referred to in the first sentence.(4) The fulfilment of the requirements referred to in § 2 (1) No. 6 and Section 4 (13) shall be postponed for engine manufacturers whose total annual production volume is less than 25 000 engines by three years.(5) For spark ignition engine families, where the total annual production volume is less than 5 000 units, and which together do not have 25 000 units, each in the construction type for the scope of Directive 97 /68/EC, one manufacturer, the requirements of the table set out in point 4.2.2.1 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC shall apply. The engine families must all have a different cubic capacity.(6) In the case of engines intended for export to third countries, § 2 para. 1 shall not apply.(7) Engines which comply with the definitions in Annex I (1) (A) (i), (ii) and (v) of Directive 97 /68/EC may, in accordance with the flexibility scheme referred to in Article 2 of Directive 97 /68/EC, and subject to compliance with the rules referred to in Annex XIII to Directive 97 /68/EC is placed on the market. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Type-approval

(1) Engine types or engine families can only receive type-approval if they are described in the description comply with the other requirements of this Regulation, in particular Article 2 (1) and (3).(2) Type-approvals referred to in Annex XII to Directive 97 /68/EC shall also apply as type-approval within the meaning of paragraph 1, up to the dates referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4.(3) The documents to be submitted for type-approval and the tests to be carried out shall be in accordance with Annexes I to VII to Directive 97 /68/EC.(4) engines or engine families of stage IIIA (motor categories H, I, J and K in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC) may be granted type-approval in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC only if they have a net benefit of
a)
130 kW to 560 kW with non-constant speed starting from 1. July 2005
b)
130 kW to 560 kW with constant speed from 1. January 2010,
c)
75 kW to less than 130 kW with a non-constant speed starting from 1. January 2006,
d)
75 kW to less than 130 kW with constant speed from 1. January 2010,
e)
37 kW to less than 75 kW with a non-constant speed starting from 1. January 2007,
f)
37 kW to less than 75 kW with constant speed from 1. January 2011,
g)
19 kW to less than 37 kW with a non-constant speed starting from 1. January 2006 and
h)
19 kW to less than 37 kW with constant speed from 1. January 2010
shall comply with the requirements of this Directive and comply with their particulate and exhaust emissions, in particular the limit values set out in the table in Annex I, Section 4.1.2.4 of Directive 97 /68/EC.(5) engines or engine families of stage IIIB (motor categories L, M, N and P in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC) may be granted type-approval in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC only if they are used for a benefit of
a)
130 kW to 560 kW with non-constant speed starting from 1. January 2010,
b)
75 kW to less than 130 kW with a non-constant speed starting from 1. January 2011,
c)
56 kW to less than 75 kW with a non-constant speed starting from 1. January 2011 and
d)
37 kW to less than 56 kW with a non-constant speed starting from 1. (6) engines or engine families of stage IV shall comply with the requirements of this Directive and comply with its particulate and exhaust emissions, in particular the limit values set out in the table in section 4.1.2.5 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC.
(6) (Engine categories Q and R, in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC), type-approval in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC may only be granted if it has a net benefit of
a)
130 kW to 560 kW with non-constant speed starting from 1. January 2013 and
b)
56 kW to less than 130 kW with a non-constant speed starting from 1.
comply with the requirements of this Directive and comply with their particulate and exhaust emissions, in particular the limit values set out in the table in section 4.1.2.6 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC.(7) engines or engine families of stage IIIA used as propulsion engines in railcars (engine category RC A, in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC), type-approval in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC may only be granted if they have been approved in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC 1. The Commission shall comply with the requirements of this Directive and comply with its particulate and exhaust emissions, in particular the limit values set out in the table in section 4.1.2.4 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC.(8) Type-approval pursuant to Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC may only be granted to engines or engine families of stage IIIB used as propulsion engines in railcars (engine category RC B, in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC), if they have been approved in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC 1. The Commission shall comply with the requirements of this Directive and comply with its particulate and exhaust emissions, in particular the limit values set out in the table in section 4.1.2.5 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC.(9) engines or engine families of stage IIIA used as propulsion engines in locomotives (motor categories RL A and RH A in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC) may only be granted type-approval in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC if: with a power output of
a)
130 kW to 560 kW from the 1. January 2006 and
b)
over 560 kW from 1. January 2008
shall comply with the requirements of this Directive and comply with their particulate and exhaust emissions, in particular the limit values set out in the table in Annex I, Section 4.1.2.4 of Directive 97 /68/EC. This does not apply to a motor for which before the 20. A purchase contract has been concluded in May 2004, provided that it is placed on the market for a maximum of two years after the date applicable to the corresponding locomotive category.(10) In accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC, engines or engine families of stage IIIB used as propulsion engines in locomotives (engine category R B in accordance with Directive 97 /68/EC) may only be granted type-approval in accordance with Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC if they a power output of more than 130 kW from 1. The Commission shall comply with the requirements of this Directive and comply with its particulate and exhaust emissions, in particular the limit values set out in the table in section 4.1.2.5 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC. This does not apply to a motor for which before the 20. A purchase contract has been concluded in May 2004, provided that it is placed on the market for a maximum of two years after the date applicable to the corresponding locomotive category.(11) Self-ignition engines with a power output of 18 kW to 560 kW, operated at a constant speed, may be granted type-approval only if they are subject to the permitted emission limit values set out in the table in Annex I, point 4.1.2.3 of the Directive 97 /68/EC as from 31 December 2002 December 2005.(12) Foreign ignition engines according to § 1 may only be granted type-approval if they have the permissible emission limit values according to the table set out in Annex I (4.2.2.1) of Directive 97 /68/EC with a net power of or less than 19 kW, as from 11. August 2004 (Stage I). (13) Foreign ignition engines according to § 1 may only be granted type-approval if they are
1.
with handheld engines with a displacement of
a)
under 20 ccm from the 1. August 2007,
b)
from 20 ccm to less than 50 ccm from the 1. August 2007,
c)
starting at 50 ccm from 1. 4. August 2008
comply with the permitted emission limit values set out in the table in Annex I, point 4.2.2.2 of Directive 97 /68/EC (Stage II),
2.
in the case of non-handheld Engines with a displacement capacity of
a)
under 66 ccm from the 1. August 2004,
b)
from 66 ccm to less than 100 ccm from the 1. August 2004,
c)
from 100 ccm to less than 225 ccm from the 1. August 2007,
d)
starting at 225 ccm from 1. August 2006
, which comply with the permitted emission limit values set out in the table in point 4.2.2.2 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC (Level II).
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§ 5 Type-approval procedure

(1) A request for type-approval of a motor or engine family shall be submitted by the manufacturer to the approval authority. The application shall be accompanied by a description folder, the content of which is indicated in the information document in Annex II to Directive 97 /68/EC, and shall be accompanied by proof that the applicant has provided a motor to the competent technical service, which corresponds to the essential characteristics of the engine type listed in Annex II, Appendix 1 to Directive 97 /68/EC.(2) A request for type-approval of a motor type or a motor family shall not be submitted in more than one Member State of the European Union. A separate application shall be made for each engine type to be approved or any engine family to be approved.The approval authority shall grant type-approval in accordance with an EC type-approval certificate set out in Annex VII to Directive 97 /68/EC. The approval authority shall number the type-approval certificate referred to in Annex VIII to Directive 97 /68/EC and shall supply it to the applicant, together with the installations listed therein.(4) In the case of an application for type-approval of a motor family, the approval authority shall establish that the submitted application for the selected parent engine shall be for the type described in Annex II, Appendix 2 to Directive 97 /68/EC. If the engine family is not fully representative, another and, if necessary, an additional parent engine to be designated by the approval authority shall be made available for approval in accordance with paragraph 1.(5) The engine to be approved fills its function or has specific characteristics only in connection with other parts of the mobile machine or the mobile device and, for this reason, can only comply with one or more requirements if the engine to be approved is operated together with other genuine or simulated machinery or equipment parts, the scope of the type-approval for this engine shall be restricted accordingly. In the type-approval certificate for a motor type or engine family, all restrictions on their use and all installation requirements shall be listed in such cases.The approval authority which grants type-approval shall ensure that the identification numbers of the engines manufactured in accordance with the requirements of this Directive, in cooperation with the Approval authorities of the other Member States of the European Union are registered and controlled.(7) The approval authority shall ensure that appropriate arrangements have been made before granting type-approval, in cooperation with the approval authorities of the other Member States of the European Union, in cooperation with the approval authorities of the other Member States of the European Union, in order to ensure effective check the conformity of production with respect to the requirements of Annex I (5) to Directive 97 /68/EC.(8) The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the Member States of the European Union shall, on a case-by-case basis, forward to the approval authority data on the direct buyers and the identification numbers of the engines, which are referred to in Article 7 (3) (b) of the Treaty. 3 have been reported as manufactured to the extent necessary for the control of identification numbers.(9) Where a manufacturer is not in a position to comply with the requirements laid down in § 7 and in particular in the context of paragraph 8 at the request of the approval authority, the approval may be granted for the type of engine concerned or the relevant Motor family shall be revoked on the basis of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Change of approvals

(1) The manufacturer has the approval authority after the type-approval has been granted each To notify the details of the particulars referred to in the information package.(2) The request for a modification or extension of a type-approval shall be submitted exclusively to the approval authority of the Member State of the European Union which has granted the original type-approval.(3) Where details have been modified in the information package, the approval authority shall issue the following documents:
1.
as far as necessary, corrected pages of the description documents, whereby the authority identifies each individual page so that the type of change and the date of the new edition clearly , with each new edition of pages, the table of contents shall be updated in accordance with the information package accompanying the type-approval certificate as an annex;
2.
a revised type-approval certificate with an extension number, provided that it has been amended with the exception of the annexes or the minimum requirements of Directive 97 /68/EC have changed since the original approval date; from the revised approval certificate, the reason for the change and the date of the new edition must be clear.
If the approval authority determines that the approval authority is responsible for the If new tests or tests are justified, it shall inform the manufacturer thereof and shall not issue the documents referred to in the first sentence only after the successful new tests or tests have been carried out. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 series match

(1) The manufacturer will produce each in accordance with the approved type. Unit the number of the marks set out in Annex I, point 3 of Directive 97 /68/EC, including the type-approval number.(2) If the type-approval contains restrictions on the use in accordance with § 5 (5), the manufacturer of each manufactured unit shall provide detailed information on these restrictions and all installation requirements. Where a number of engine types are supplied to the same machinery manufacturer, it is sufficient that the information document in which the relevant engine identification numbers must also be indicated shall be transmitted only once, and at the latest by on the day of delivery of the first engine.The manufacturer shall, at the request of the approval authority, transmit within 45 days of the date of expiry of each calendar year and immediately after each date of implementation, in accordance with § 2 and immediately after each date specified by the Authority, after the approval authority has been granted a type-approval. additional date a list of the identification numbers of all engine types which, in accordance with the provisions of Directive 97 /68/EC, have been in force since the last report or from the date on which the provisions of this Regulation are first have been manufactured. Insofar as they are not expressed by the engine coding system, the correlations between the identification numbers and the corresponding engine types or engine families and the type-approval numbers must be indicated on this list. In addition, the list must contain specific information when the manufacturer adjusts the production of an approved engine type or engine family. If the approval authority does not require a regular transmission of this list from the manufacturer, it shall keep the stored data for a period of at least 20 years.Within 45 days of the end of each calendar year and on each date of implementation referred to in § 2, the manufacturer shall send the approval authority to the approval authority, within 45 days of the end of each calendar year, a declaration in which the engine types, the engine families and the the corresponding identification codes of the engines which it intends to produce from that date.(5) Compression ignition engines placed on the market under the flexibility scheme provided for in Article 2 of Directive 97 /68/EC shall be identified in accordance with Annex XIII of Directive 97 /68/EC.(6) For engine types or engine families of stages IIIA, IIIB and IV, which already comply with the limit values of the table in sections 4.1.2.4, 4.1.2.5 and 4.1.2.6 of Annex I to Directive 97 /68/EC before the dates set out in § 2 (1), no. the approval authority shall authorise a special marking indicating that the machinery and equipment concerned are already in conformity with the prescribed limit values prior to the dates laid down. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Non-compliance with the approved type or type family

(1) Voting engines that have a certificate of conformity or an approval mark, not in accordance with the type-approved engine or the type-approved engine family, the approval authority shall require the manufacturer to write to the manufacturer within one of the following: , and subject to the threat of withdrawal of the type-approval, to bring the engines in production into conformity again with the approved engine or engine family. If the manufacturer does not comply with the request within the time limit set, the approval authority may revoke the type-approval.(2) A non-conformity with the approved engine type or approved engine family shall be in the case of deviations from the characteristics in the approval certificate or from the information package, which shall be submitted by the approval authority in accordance with § 6 (3) have been issued. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Cooperation with the approval authorities of the other Member States

(1) The approval authority shall communicate
1.
the approval authorities of the other Member States of the European Union each month a list of engines and engine families with the data required by Annex IX to Directive 97 /68/EC, the approval of which it has granted, refused or revoked in the month in question;
2.
at the request of the approval authority of another Member State of the European Union
a)
a copy of the type-approval certificate for the engine or engine family with or without description documents for each engine type or engine family, the approval of which issued, denied or revoked,
b)
the list of engines manufactured in accordance with the type-approvals granted, in accordance with the description in section 7 (3) (b) of the 3, which contains the details required by Annex X to Directive 97 /68/EC,
c)
a copy of the declaration pursuant to § 7 (4)
(2) Approval authority shall send the Commission a copy of the data sheet referred to in Annex XI to Directive 97 /68/EC on engines, for which, since the last year, the Commission shall, on an annual basis and on a case-by-case basis, send a copy of the data sheet to the Commission Notification a permit has been granted.The approval authority shall, within one month, forward to the approval authorities of the other Member States of the European Union the details and justification for the derogation granted to a manufacturer in accordance with § 3.(4) The approval authority shall send to the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety a list of the exemptions granted to the Commission each year with their justifications.(5) The approval authority shall notify the approval authorities of the Member States of the European Union of any revocation of a type-approval in addition to the justification within one month of being undisputed. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Enforcement authorities and technical services

(1) Enforcement authorities within the meaning of this Regulation are
1.
the power ride-Federal Office as the approval authority,
2.
for market surveillance the authorities responsible under national law.
(2) Technical services within the meaning of this Regulation are those for the implementation of the provisions of the Directive 97 /68/EC required tests prescribed by the Kraftfahrt-Federal Office of the Federal Republic of Germany and notified in the Federal Gazette.(3) The Federal Motor Services Office shall monitor the proper performance of the tasks assigned to the technical services.

(4) The Federal Motor Service Office shall have the competent authorities responsible for the market surveillance in accordance with the law of the country. Information to be transmitted on request. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Administrative Offences

is an administrative offence within the meaning of Section 62 (1) (7) of the Federal Immission Protection Act, who either intentionally or negligently, contrary to § 2 (1) or (3), placing an engine on the market. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Entry into force, expiry

This regulation will enter into force on the day after the announcement. Non-official table of contents

Final formula

The Bundesrat has agreed.