31 Ordinance For The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act (Regulation On The Limitation Of Emissions Of Volatile Organic Compounds In The Use Of Organic Solvents In Certain Plants)

Original Language Title: 31. Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes (Verordnung zur Begrenzung der Emissionen flüchtiger organischer Verbindungen bei der Verwendung organischer Lösemittel in bestimmten Anlagen)

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31 Ordinance for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (regulation on the limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds in the use of organic solvents in certain plants) (31 BImSchV) 31 BImSchV Ausfertigung date: 21.08.2001 full quotation: "31 regulation on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (regulation on the limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds in the use of organic solvents in certain plants) of 21 August 2001 (BGBl. I S. 2180), most recently by article 8 of the Decree of April 28, 2015 (BGBl. I p. 670) has been changed" stand : Last modified by article 8 V v. 28.4.2015 I 670 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 25.8.2001 +++) the V 1 d was adopted as article V v. 21.8.2001 I 2180 by the Federal Government after consultation with the interested parties with the consent of the Federal Council. It is according to art. 5 V v. 21.8.2001 I 2180 (EmBegrV) mWv 25.8.2001 entered into force.

Table of contents part I scope, definitions article 1 scope article 2 definitions part limiting emissions article 3 General requirements section 4 special requirements third part measurements and monitoring section 5 installations not requiring a permit section 6 Genehmigungsbedürftige plants part four common provisions section 7 leakage conditions for gases section 8 reporting to the European Commission article 9 Article 10 public information other or further requirements of § 11 approval of exceptions section 12 offences part five final provisions article 13 transitional annex I : List the equipment annex II: list of activities Appendix III: specific requirements annex IV: reduction plan annex V: solvent balance sheet annex VI: requirements to carry out the monitoring of first part of scope of application and definitions article 1 scope (1) this Regulation applies to the construction and operation of the facilities referred to in annex I, where using organic solvent activities run referred to in annex II, insofar as the solvent consumption in the respective activities exceeds the thresholds in annex I. For installations where a particular activity in multiple lines, steps, or auxiliary equipment is running, the sum of the respective solvent consumption of of part of is decisive for the solvent consumption pursuant to sentence 1. The presence of common, connecting facilities between the lines is not required.
(2) this regulation does not apply to plants after the second regulation on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act, in which organic solvents containing volatile halogenated organic compounds with a boiling point at 1013 HPA up to 423 k (150 ° c) (volatile halogenated organic compounds) are used.

Article 2 definitions for the purposes of this regulation mean the terms 1 exhaust: the carrier gases with the emissions;
2. exhaust gas cleaning device: a device for removing volatile organic compounds from the fumes of a plant;
3. old location: a) a requiring a permit system on August 25, 2001 aa) a permit for the construction and operation according to section 6 or section 16 of the Federal Immission Control Act or a premature start after paragraph 8a of the Federal Immission Control Act approval is granted and this registration lays requirements according to § 5 para 1 No. 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act, bb) is granted a partial permit according to § 8 of the Federal Immission Control Act or a notice pursuant to section 9 of the Federal Immission Control Act , as far as it requirements according to § 5 para 1 No. 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act are set, or cc) is a complete permit application to establish and to operate to section 6 or section 16 of the Federal Immission Control Act and that no later than 31 March 2002 during operation is made, b) a plant, which is to show or to view that § 67a para 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act or before entry into force of the Federal Immission Control Act according to § 16 para 4 of the industrial code was after section 67, paragraph 2, of the Federal Immission Control Act or c) a not requiring a permit system, whose construction and operating before August 25, 2001 under other provisions of public law has been approved, or - unless such authorisation was not necessary - has been started with the construction;
4. start-up and shut off: Operations with which the operation or standby mode of a plant or plant part is manufactured or finished. Regularly recurring periods of activities carried out in the system are not considered- or shut-down;
5. coating material: a mixture, including all the organic solvents or mixtures of organic solvents to which are added for its proper application, which is used to achieving a decorative, protective or other way functional effect on a surface;
6 fugitive emissions: all not included in combined gases from a plant volatile organic compound emissions including the emissions pass through Windows, doors, vents and similar openings in the environment as well as the volatile organic compounds contained in a product produced by the plant, as far as in annex III unless otherwise is set;
7 ink: a mixture, including all the organic solvents or mixtures of organic solvents, to which are added for their proper application that is used in a printing process for printing a surface with text or images.
8 used solvent: the quantity of organic solvents and their quantity in mixtures used when carrying out an activity, including the inside and outside of the system recovered solvent, to consider are when used to carry out the activity;
9 emissions: the outgoing from a plant air pollution of volatile organic compounds;
10. emission limit value: a value for the mass of emissions or for the concentration, expressed in terms of certain specific parameters the percentage or the amount of an emission must based on standard conditions, not be exceeded during one or more periods;
11 volatile organic compounds: an organic compound that has a vapour pressure of 0.01 kilopascals or more at 293,15 Kelvin or has a corresponding volatility under the particular conditions of use. The proportion of creosote which exceeds this vapour pressure at 293,15 Kelvin or has a corresponding volatility under the particular conditions of use, is considered volatile organic compounds;
12 composed waste gases: a) exhaust gases, finally released from a waste gas cleaning facility in the air (composed treated waste gases), or b) exhaust gases that are released without treatment in a waste gas cleaning facility through a chimney or other flue gas lines finally in the air (composed untreated waste gases);
13 requiring a permit system: a system that the Federal Immission Control Act of a permit is required pursuant to section 4;
14 total emissions: the sum of fugitive emissions of volatile organic compounds and the emissions of volatile organic compounds in which exhaust gases;
15 limit value for fugitive emissions: the amount of diffuse emissions as a percentage of the used solvents;
16. halogenated organic solvent: an organic solvent that contains a bromine, chlorine, fluorine, or iodine Atom per molecule;
17 Clearcoat: a transparent coating;
18 adhesive: a mixture, including all the organic solvents or mixtures of organic solvents to which are added for its proper application, which is used to glue together parts of a product;
19 solvent consumption: the total amount of organic solvents, inserted in a calendar year or within any twelve month period, less any volatile organic compounds that are recovered for reuse;
20 mass flow: the masses related to the unit of time of the volatile organic compounds;
21 nominal capacity: the maximum mass input of organic solvents used in a plant, averaged over one day, if the plant under conditions of normal operation is operated according to their interpretation.
22 not requiring a permit system: a system which no approval is required after the Federal Immission Control Act;
23. normal operation: operating of a facility to carry out an activity of during all periods with the exception of the periods in which the start-up and shut down, and the maintenance be carried out;
24 standard conditions: a temperature of 273,15 k and a pressure of 101.3 kilopascals;
25 publicly appointed and sworn expert: according to section 36 of the trade regulations of 22 February 1999 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 202), most recently by article 3 of the law of December 15, 2011 (BGBl. I S. 2714) is has been modified, publicly appointed and sworn expert.
26-organic solvent: a volatile organic compound which, alone or in combination with other raw materials, products, or waste materials dissolved substances without chemically altering, or as a detergent, dispersant, preservative, plasticizer, or as a means to adjust the viscosity or the surface tension is used;
27 organic compound:
a compound containing at least carbon and one of the elements hydrogen, halogens, oxygen, sulphur, phosphorus, Silicon or nitrogen, or several of them, exception of carbon oxides and inorganic carbonates and Bicarbonates;
28 substances: chemical elements and their compounds, as they occur naturally or be produced regardless of whether they are solid, liquid or gaseous form;
29 substantial change: a) licensable plants a change within the meaning of § 16 par. 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act;
b) in the case of non-licensable installations aa) a change which may have significant negative effects on human health or on the environment following the assessment of the competent authority, bb) a change of the nominal capacity, in plants - of points 1.1, 1.3, 9.2 and 11.1 of annex I with a solvent consumption of 25 t / a or less, - the numbers 4.1 to 4.5 , 8.1, 9.1, 10.1, 10.2, 12.1 or 14.1 of annex I with a solvent consumption of 15 t / a or less, - the number of 2.1, 5.1, 7.2, 13.1 or 15.1 of in annex I with a solvent consumption of 10 t / a or less-the number leads 16.1 to 16.4 of annex I with a solvent consumption of 500 t / a or less to an increase of emissions of volatile organic compounds by more than 25 per cent , or cc) a change of the nominal capacity, which leads other than the non-licensable plants in double (bb) above to an increase of emissions of volatile organic compounds by more than 10 per cent;
30 recycling of organic solvents: the recycling use of organic solvents which have been recovered for any technical or commercial purpose, or their in-House energy use as fuel;
31 mixtures: consisting of two or more substances mixtures, mixtures or solutions;
32. approved inspection body: monitoring job, which according to § 17 paragraph 5 of the equipment and product safety act of January 6, 2004 (BGBl. I S. 2, 219), most recently by article 2 of the law of March 7, 2011 (BGBl. I p. 338) is has been modified, or according to § 37, paragraph 5 of the product safety law of November 8, 2011 (BGBl. I S. 2178, 2179; 2012 I p. 131) in connection with article 21 paragraph 2 of the operational safety Ordinance of 27 September 2002 (BGBl. I S. 3777) , last by article 5 of the law of 8 November 2011 (Federal Law Gazette I S. 2178) is has been modified, by the responsible authorities for the inspection of requiring monitoring systems according to section 1, paragraph 2, sentence 1 number 3 and 4 of the operational safety Ordinance has been named the Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs as a testing and made of this in the joint ministerial Gazette known.
Second part of limiting emissions § 3 General requirements (1) are systems to build and maintain the requirements of 1 paragraph 2 to 4 and 2 compliance paragraph 5 and 6, unless otherwise provided by article 4 in conjunction with annex III.
(2) the operator of a plant has to replace following noxious substances or mixtures with less harmful: 1. substances or mixtures, the a) be used and that by virtue of their salary under Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC and amending Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (OJ L 353 of 31.12.2008, p. 1), by Regulation (EC) no 790 / 2009 (OJ L 235 of the 5.9.2009, p. 1) is has been modified when classified carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction volatile organic compounds are associated with the hazard warnings H340, H350, H350i, H360D or H360F or the R-phrase R 45, R 46, R 49, R 60 or R 61 or with these rates are to be marked, b) be used from 1 June 2015 and that by virtue of their salary under Regulation (EC) no 1272 / 2008 as carcinogenic , classified mutagenic or toxic to reproduction volatile organic compounds are associated with the hazard statements H340, H350, H350i, H360D or H360F or to be labelled with these rates, or 2. used substances or mixtures that contain volatile organic compounds, which according to § 21 paragraph 4 of the Ordinance on hazardous substances as substances with a carcinogenic, mutagenic or reproductive toxicity effects have been are announced.
These substances or mixtures are so far as possible to replace in shortest possible time, taking into account the suitability, use and the proportionality between costs and benefits. The emissions of volatile organic compounds pursuant to sentence 1 may not exceed a mass concentration of 1 milligram per cubic meter also in the presence of several of these compounds, a mass flow of 2.5 grams per hour or in the wider exhaust.
(3) from 1 December 2010, the emissions of volatile organic compounds from a plant, where the R-phrases R are associated with 40 or R 68, even if several of these compounds exist, must not exceed the following values: 1 a mass flow of 100 grams per hour, or 2. in composed waste gases from a mass concentration of 20 milligrams per cubic meter.
From 1 June 2015, these emission limits also apply to the emissions of volatile organic compounds from a plant which are associated with the hazard statements H341 or H351, although several of these compounds exist. Set is 1 to comply also with other than the specified substances, as far as these substances the organics of class I of the first general administrative provision to the Federal Immission Control Act (technical guide to clean of air - TA air) are allocated to 24 July 2002 (GMBl p. 511) in the currently valid version. Systems of point 18 of annex I, where n-hexane is used as Extractant, have to meet the requirements of sentence 1 from January 1, 2019 at the latest.
(4) in the case of installations where two or more activities each exceed the thresholds referred to in annex I, the following shall apply: 1. the substances referred to in paragraph 2 or 3 are there specified requirements for the respective activity individually to meet.
2. for all other substances a) requirements are either referred to in annex III for each activity individually to comply or b) overall emissions must not exceed the values, which would have been obtained applying by letter a.
(5) the system operator has to take all appropriate measures to keep the emissions during the arrival and shut-down as low as possible.
(6) in the case of the transfer of organic solvents with a boiling point at 1 013 HPA up to 423 k (150 ° c) are to meet specific technical measures to reduce emissions if it annually 100 tonnes or more are transferred. In addition, the requirements of the technical guide to clean of air to process, promotion, transfer or storage of fluid organic substances do apply to installations requiring a permit.
(7) the State of the art is applied on installations requiring a permit always number 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act pursuant to section 5, paragraph 1. Additional requirements can poses about the paragraphs 2 to 4.

Section 4 special requirements of the operator has to set up a system and operate that 1 a set out in annex III for the plant) emission limit values for composed waste gases, b) limit values for fugitive emissions and c) for the total emissions, and 2. the special requirements laid down in annex III for the investment limits. Where compliance with the requirements pursuant to sentence 1 No. 1 a reduction plan can be used according to annex IV, with the operator undertakes an abatement in at least the same level as in compliance with in sentence 1 No. 1 laid down requirements to make sure. This plan must be realistic technical prerequisites, in particular, the availability of substitutes at the time must be ensured. The State of the art applied to installations requiring a permit always number 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act pursuant to section 5, paragraph 1. From this, 1 and 2 additional requirements may arise on rates.
The third part measurements and monitoring section 5 installations not requiring a permit (1) the requirements after paragraph 4 to 9 shall apply, unless otherwise provided in annex III for the relevant not requiring a permit system.
(2) the operator of a non-licensable facility where for the respective activity, the threshold value for solvent consumption referred to in annex I is exceeded, has to show them the competent authority before use. Installations not requiring a permit, that do not exceed the thresholds referred to in annex I at the time of the entry into force of the regulation, are to display for the first time exceeding the threshold values within six months. The operator has also previously to show a significant modification of a non-licensable installation of the competent authority. The display has to contain the data relevant for the system.
(3) as far as control requirements according to the § § 3 and 4 measurements are required, the operator of appropriate measuring holes and measuring stations has set up.
(4) the operator of a non-licensable plant for in § 4, sentence 1 or in article 3, paragraph 2, sentence 3 para 3 No. 1 letter a requirements are laid down, has compliance with the requirements 1 for the first time when new and substantially modified plants not earlier than three months and not later than six months after commissioning and then recurring 2. 29 b of the Federal Immission Control Act announced job determine in each third calendar year of a pursuant to § measurements according to annex VI No. 1 to Let. Sentence 1 shall not apply if the emissions set 1 are monitored by a continuously capturing device according to paragraph 5. Air volume, a system fed to be to dilute and cool the composed waste gases, shall be disregarded when determining the mass concentration of the combined exhaust gas. Measurements can be omitted pursuant to sentence 1 or 2 for determining the compliance with the emission limit values for composed waste gases, as far as the State of the art to comply with these limit values, a waste gas cleaning facility is not required.
(5) not requiring a permit systems, where the mass flow of volatile organic compounds in the combined emissions exceed 10 kg of total organic carbon per hour, has to equip the operator before or no later than the end of the period referred to in article 13, paragraph 1 with a suitable measuring device, which continuously determined the total carbon content and operating parameters required to the evaluation and assessment of the measurement results according to annex VI No. 2. A continuous measurement can be omitted pursuant to sentence 1, if other continuous monitoring to ensure compliance with the emission limit values for composed waste gases.
(6) the operator of a non-licensable plant has compliance with relevant for the system after 1 § 4, sentence 1 No. 1 No. 1 according to the procedure of set out in annex V point (b), 2 § 4, sentence 1 letter c or 3 paragraph 4 sentence 2 at least once in a calendar year by a solvent balance sheet to be detected. To determine of the power and discharge amounts of plant volatile organic compounds can be made binding instructions of the manufacturer of the solvent content of the feedstock, or other equivalent sources of information. The competent authority may instruct the operator, unless it is obviously fraught with serious defects and the operator does not resolve this within reasonable time, by an approved test centre or a publicly appointed and sworn expert in accordance with the requirements in annex V to the solvent balance sheet to have. Set of 3 does not apply to equipment listed in annex I number 3.1. derogation from sentence 1 is for installations listed in annex I at least every three years to carry out the assessment of the compliance with the requirements no. 9.1.
(7) if the operator decides for a reduction plan within the meaning of paragraph 4 sentence 2, so he must submit in time this the competent authority prior to commissioning of the plant. The binding statement requires the acceptance of the competent authority. A copy of the reduction plan has to keep the operator at the location of the plant, as long as the reduction plan is applied.
(8) the operator of a facility has on the results of the measurements after paragraph 4 or 5, as well as on the results of the solvent balance sheet for the relevant requirements pursuant to paragraph 6 sentence 1 to immediately create a report or to create. The operator has five years from the creation to keep the report on the operating location and to submit to the competent authority upon request.
(9) at a non-licensable facility determines that the requirements are not complied § 3 and § 4, sentence 1, has the operator to immediately report this to the competent authority. The operator shall, without delay, the necessary measures must be taken to ensure the proper operation of the system.

§ 6 Genehmigungsbedürftige systems for the measurement and monitoring of emissions of licensable assets for the requirements of TA air application. This shall apply at least the requirements according to § 5 para 3 to 5. § 5 para 6 to 9 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Part four common provisions section 7 leakage conditions for exhaust (1) the combined exhaust not licensable plants has to derive the operator that a removal of the free flow of air is ensured after the State of the art.
(2) the operator has to derive the combined emissions of licensable assets according to the requirements for the dissipation of gases according to the technical manual for the prevention of air pollution.

Section 8 has reporting to the European Commission (1) the operator of a facility for reporting to the European Commission referred to in paragraph 2 communicate that information to the competent authority. The Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety announces the procedures to be applied to the fulfilment of this obligation once the questionnaire and the scheme in accordance with article 72, paragraphs 1 and 2 of Directive 2010/75/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control of pollution) (recast) (OJ L 334 of the 17.12.2010, p. 7) are elaborated by the Commission. The information includes the experience gained from the application of reduction plans.
(2) the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety or where mandated submit a report on the implementation of this regulation on the basis of the opinions of the countries according to the requirements of article 72 paragraph 1 and 2 of Directive 2010/75/EU.

Article 9 public information the competent authority 1 the general binding rules applicable to installations and the displayed directories and approved activities, as well as 2 to their present results of monitoring performs under section 5 or section 6 emissions of public access. Sentence 1 does not apply to such information, from which conclusions on operational or business secrets can be drawn.

§ 10 other or further requests the competent authority empowered to make other or further orders, on the basis of the Federal Immission Control Act remains unaffected, as far as the requirements of the directive 2010/75/EC do not preclude.

§ 11 approval of exceptions the competent authority may request the operator allow exceptions to the requirements of this regulation, as far as taking into account the special circumstances of the case 1 individual requirements of regulation do not or only with disproportionately high costs can be met, 2. no adverse environmental impacts are expected, and 3. the exceptions do not preclude the requirements of the directive 2010/75/EC.

§ 12 offences (1) any person in the sense of § 62 para 1 No. 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act is, who intentionally or negligently as operator of a licensable plant 1 violates article 3 par. 1 a plant not properly constructed No. 1 or § 4, sentence 1 or not correctly operates 2. contrary to § 6 sentence 3 in conjunction with § 5, paragraph 6, sentence 1, 3 or 5 set therein compliance does not , not properly or in a timely manner can be, 3. contrary to § 6 sentence 3 in conjunction with § 5, paragraph 7, sentence 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submit a reduction plan, 4. contrary to § 6 sentence 3 in conjunction with article 5, paragraph 9, sentence 1 does not, not properly or in a timely manner a message, 5. contrary to § 6 sentence 3 in conjunction with § 5, paragraph 7, sentence 3 or paragraph 8 a sentence 2 copy of the reduction plan or report not or keep not for the prescribed duration, 6 contrary to § 6 sentence 3 in conjunction with § 5, paragraph 8, sentence 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time creates a report and create not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time, 7 contrary to § 6 sentence 3 in conjunction with article 5, paragraph 9, sentence 2 do not, not properly or in a timely manner is a measure , 8 contrary to section 7 para 2 exhaust not or not correctly derived or 9 contrary to section 8, subsection 1, sentence 1 not or not timely guides to information.
(2) any person in the sense of § 62 para 1 No. 7 of the Federal Immission Control Act is, who intentionally or negligently as operator of a non-licensable plant 1 violates article 3 par. 1 improperly constructing a plant No. 1 or § 4, sentence 1 or operates incorrectly, 2. contrary to § 5 para 2 a display not, not properly or in a timely manner will be refunded, 3. contrary to article 5, paragraph 4, sentence 1 or paragraph 6 sentence 1 , 3 or sentence 5 not, not properly or in a timely manner to determine compliance with the stated requirements can, 4. contrary to article 5, paragraph 5, sentence 1 not or not timely equips a plant, 5. contrary to section 5, paragraph 7, sentence 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submit a reduction plan, 6 contrary to section 5, paragraph 7, sentence 2 or paragraph 9 a sentence 1 notification , does not properly or in a timely manner, 7 contrary to section 5, paragraph 7, sentence 4 or paragraph 8 a copy of the reduction plan or report or for the prescribed duration kept set 2, 8 contrary to section 5, paragraph 8, sentence 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time creates a report and create not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time , 9.
contrary to section 5, paragraph 9, sentence 2 a measure not, not properly or in a timely manner, it is also true, 10 contrary to § 7 paragraph 1 not or not correctly derived gases or 11 contrary to section 8, subsection 1, sentence 1 not or not timely guides to information.
Part five final provisions § 13 old plants, which are operated with a waste gas purification facility, treated with a mass concentration of volatile organic compounds in the envisaged transitional arrangements (1) exhaust gas of 1 50 mg total carbon per cubic meters for flue gas cleaning equipment with a combustion, 2. 150 milligrams of total carbon per cubic meters for waste gas cleaning facilities of non-licensable plants without a combustion or 3 100 milligrams of total carbon per cubic meter for flue gas cleaning equipment of licensable plants without a combustion is respected , are exempt, provided that the total emissions of the installation do not exceed the values which would be achieved no. 1 letter a and b If the requirements pursuant to § 4 until 31 December 2013, compliance with the emission limit values for composed treated waste gases according to § 4 No. 1 2(a).
(2) the requirements for the number 3.1.2 of annex III are in the case of the use of organic solvents, which are no hydrocarbon solvents to comply from 1 January 2015 at the latest.

Annex I (to section 1) list of the plants site of the original text: BGBl. I 2001, 2187-2188 name of the investment threshold value for solvent consumption (t/a) number of the assigned activity in annex II 1 reproduction of text or images 1.1 systems with heatset Weboffset printing 15 1.1 1.2 equipment with the illustration intaglio 25 1.2 1.3 installations for other print activities 15 1.3 2. cleaning the surfaces of materials or products 2.1 equipment for surface cleaning 1 2 3 textile cleaning 3.1 equipment for textile cleaning (chemical cleaning equipment)
0 3 4 series coating of motor vehicles, cabs, trucks, buses or vehicles 4.1 equipment for series coating of motor vehicles 0 4.1 4.2 equipment for series coating of cabs 0 4.2 4.3 equipment for the coating of commercial vehicles 0 4.3 4.4 machines for coating of buses 0 4.4 4.5 machines for coating of rolling stock 5 4.5 5. vehicle refinishing 5.1 equipment for the refinishing of vehicles 0 5 6 coating strips 6.1 equipment for coating strips 10 6 7 winding wire coating 7.1 systems to the Coat of winding wire with kresol -, phenol - or xylenolhaltigen coating materials 0 7 7.2 equipment for coating wire with other coating materials 5 7 8 coating of other metal or plastic surfaces 8.1 equipment for deposition by any other metal or plastic surfaces 5 8 9 coating of wood or wood-based materials 9.1 equipment for the coating of wood or wood-based materials with an annual solvent consumption up to 15 tons, 5 9 9.2 equipment for the coating of wood or wood-based materials with an annual solvent consumption by more than 15 tons
15 9 10 coating of textiles, fabric, foil or paper surfaces 10.1 facilities for coating or printing of textiles and fabrics 5 10.1 10.2 systems for coating the foil oder paper surfaces 5 10.2 11 coating of leather 11.1 machines for coating of leather 10 11 12 HolzImprägnierung 12.1 equipment for impregnation of wood by using solvent-based wood preservatives 10 12 12.2 equipment for impregnation of wood by using creosote (Kreosote) 0 12 13 lamination of wood or plastics 13.1 equipment to the Lamination of wood or plastics 5 13 14 adhesive coating 14.1 equipment for adhesive coating 5 14 15 manufacture of shoes 15.1 equipment for the production of shoes 5 15-16 production of painting or coating materials and the manufacture of masonry protection or wood preservatives, adhesives or inks 16.1 installations for the production of painting oder coating materials 100 16 16.2 equipment for the production of building protection or wood preservatives 100 16 16.3 equipment for the production of adhesives 100 16 16.4 equipment for the production of printing inks 100 16-17 conversion by Rubber 17.1 plants for the conversion of rubber 10 17 18 extraction of vegetable oil or animal fat and refining of vegetable oil 18.1 plants for the extraction of vegetable oil or animal fat and refining of vegetable oil 10 18 19 pharmaceutical manufacturing 19.1 installations for the production of medicinal products 50 19 Annex II (for section 1) list of activities (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2001, 2189-2191; regarding the details of the changes cf. footnote) 0 General information 0.1 in the list are the categories of activities covered by article 1 listed. Also the cleaning of the equipment used for this purpose and aggregate belongs to the respective activity, but not the cleaning of the product, as well as the maintenance of the facility of annex I, which is associated with the activity as far as otherwise.
0.2 coating is any activity in which one or several layers of a coating material on a surface be applied by single or multiple job. This includes not the coating of substrate with metals by electrophoretic and chemical procedures.
1. reproduction any activity for the reproduction of text or images, where with the help of videograms paint on any surface is applied by text or images. This includes also the application of varnishes and coating materials within a printing press, as well as the lamination.
Web offset a printing activity, in which the printing and non-printing areas of the plate on a level lie 1.1 heatset -. Printing is to understand that the substrate of the machine is fed from a roll and not in separate sheets. The non-printing area is capable of water assumption and thus color resistant, while the printing area is capable of color acceptance and thus emits ink to the surface to be printed. The printed material is dried in a hot kiln.
1.2 illustration gravure rotogravure used for printing of magazines, brochures, catalogues or similar products in the toluene-based inks.
Rotogravure printing, a printing activity, in which a rotating cylinder is used, whose impressive Bereiche are recessed, and used the liquid printing inks by evaporation of the solvent dry 1.3 other print activities 1.3.1. The wells fill with ink. Before the substrate with the cylinder in contact comes and the ink from the recesses is emitted, the excess ink is wiped from the non-printing areas.
1.3.2 rotary screen printing a webfed printing activity in which the ink by forcing through a porous pressure form, in which the printing areas open and the non-printing areas are covered, is transferred to the surface to be printed. This used only liquid inks which dry through evaporation of the solvent. Printing is to understand that the substrate of the machine is fed from a roll and not in separate sheets.
1.3.3 flexographic printing a printing process, the printing plates made of rubber or elastic photopolymers, whose impressive Teile are sublime, and liquid inks used, drying by evaporation of the solvent.
1.3.4 clear varnishing an activity on a flexible substrate a varnish or an adhesive layer for later sealing of the packaging material is applied.
1.3.5 laminating associated to a printing activity of the adhering together of two or more flexible materials to produce laminates.
2. cleaning the surfaces of materials or products are removed each activity, with the exception of textile cleaning, where with the help of organic solvents surface soiling of materials including by degreasing or paint. This includes also the cleaning barrels and containers. An activity which involves several steps of cleaning before or after any other activity, is regarded as a surface cleaning activity. This activity relates not to the cleaning of the equipment but on the cleaning of the surface of products.
3. textile cleaning any industrial or commercial activity, organic solvents used at the in a plant for cleaning of clothing, home furnishings and similar consumer goods, with the exception of the manual removal of stains in the textile and clothing industry.
4. series coating of cars, cabs, trucks, buses or vehicles 4.1 series coating of motor vehicles an activity for series coating of vehicles of category M1 pursuant to Directive 70/156/EEC (OJ EC No. L 42, p. 1), as last amended by Directive 97/27/EC (OJ EC No. L 233, p. 1), and of category N1 if they are painted in the same facility as vehicles of category M1.
4.2 series coating of cabs integrated an activity for series coating of cabs, as well as all covers for the technical equipment of vehicles of categories N2 and N3 in accordance with Directive 70/156/EEC.
4.3 coating of vehicles an activity for the deposition of commercial vehicles of categories N1, N2 and N3 in accordance with Directive 70/156/EEC, but without driver's cabs.
4.4 coating of buses
An activity for coating of buses of category M2 and M3 referred to in Directive 70/156/EEC.
4.5 deposition by rail each activity for the deposition of rail vehicles.
5. vehicle refinishing any industrial or commercial activity including the associated cleaning and degreasing activities a) the original coating of vehicles in accordance with Directive 70/156/EEC or part of these vehicles with the help of products to refinish, unless this is done outside of the original production line, or b) the coating of trailers (including semi-trailers) of class O according to Directive 70/156/EEC.
6 coat of strips each activity in steel, stainless steel, coated steel, copper alloys or aluminium strips are covered in an endless process with either a film-forming coating or a laminate.
7 coat of winding wire each activity for the coating of metallic conductors used for winding coils.
8 coat other metal or plastic surfaces any activity in the metal or plastic surfaces, also of bulky goods such as ships or aircraft, are coated, including applying release agents or by lagging.
9 coat of wood or wood-based materials any activity in which a layer on surfaces of wood or wood-based materials is applied by single or multiple orders.
10 coat of textile, fabric, foil, or paper surfaces 10.1 any activity for the finishing of textiles and fabrics by coating or printing.
10.2 any activity for the improvement of film or paper surface coating and impregnation or dressing.
11 coat of leather each activity for the coating of leather.
12 wood impregnation any activity with the timber is preserved.
13 lamination of wood or plastics any activity of pasting of wood or plastic to produce laminates.
14 adhesive coating any activity in which an adhesive on a surface is applied except for the application of adhesive layers or laminates in connection with printing or the activities referred to in paragraph 13.
15 manufacture of shoes any activity of producing complete footwear or shoe parts.
16 production making the above end and intermediate products, as far as these produced by painting or coating materials and the manufacture of masonry protection or wood preservatives, adhesives or inks in same system, by mixing of pigments, resins and adhesives with organic solvents or other carriers. This fall also the dispersion and Prädispergieren, the setting of the viscosity and the tint and the bottling of the final product in containers.
17 rubber converting any activity of mixing, grinding, calendering, extrusion and vulcanisation of natural or synthetic rubber and assistance procedures for conversion of natural or synthetic rubber into a finished product.
18 extraction of vegetable oil or animal fat and refining of vegetable oil any activity to extract vegetable oil from seeds or other vegetable matter, the processing of dry residues to produce animal feed, the clarification of fats and vegetable oils from seeds, vegetable and/or animal material were obtained.
19 pharmaceutical manufacturing the chemical synthesis, fermentation and extraction as well as formulation and finishing of pharmaceutical products and, if manufactured in the same location of intermediates.

Annex III (to sections 3 and 4) special requirements (site: BGBl. I, 2001, 2192-2202; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) 1 reproduction of text or images 1.1 systems with heatset Weboffset printing 1.1.1 emission limit values for composed treated exhaust emission limit value (mg C/cbm) solvent consumption (t/a) comments > 15-25 > 25 50 20 1) 20 1) in application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
1.1.2 limit value for fugitive emissions the limit value for fugitive emissions is 30 per cent of used solvents. Volatile organic compounds are included in wider untreated exhaust gases are among the fugitive emissions. The solvent residue in finished product is not considered to be part of fugitive emissions.
1.1.3 special requirements of the isopropanol mass content contained in the dampening solution must not exceed 5 per cent. The possibilities to further reduce the isopropanol below the value referred to in sentence 1, the State of the art are to exploit.
1.1.4 total emission limit value for installations for the surface treatment of substances, objects or products using organic solvents, in particular for dressing, printing, coating, degreasing, waterproofing, gluing, painting, cleaning or impregnating, with a consumption capacity of more than 150 kg organic solvents per hour or more than 200 tonnes per year.
The total emission limit value is 10% by weight of ink consumption.
1.2 equipment with the illustration gravure 1.2.1 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 1) 1) does not apply to full recirculation.
1.2.2 limit value for total emissions the limit value for total emissions amounts to 5% by weight of the used solvent.
1.3 equipment for other print activities 1.3.1 emission limit values for composed treated exhaust emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 20 1) 90 2) 1) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
(2) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities, which operate on the basis of biological processes.
1.3.2 limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) comments > 15-25 > 25 25 20 1) volatile organic compounds are included in wider untreated exhaust gases are among the fugitive emissions.
2. cleaning the surfaces of materials or products 2.1 equipment for surface cleaning 2.1.1 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 75 1) 1) does not apply to Einigungsmittel with a content of organic solvents by less than 20 per cent, as far as the cleaning products contain no volatile organic compounds according to § 3 par. 2 or 3.
2.1.2 limit value for fugitive emission limit (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) comments > 1-10 > 10 20 1), 2) 15 1), 2) 1) by way of derogation a limit of 10 per cent for connections according to § 3 para 2 for volatile organic compounds according to § 3 par. 2 and 3 only applies, as long as these links can not be replaced by less harmful substances or mixtures.
(2) the limits do not apply cleaning agents containing organic solvents by less than 20 per cent, as far as the cleaning products contain no volatile organic compounds according to § 3 par. 2 or 3.
2.1.3 special requirements surface cleaning is performed according to the State of the art in largely closed systems.
3. textile cleaning 3.1 chemical cleaning systems 3.1.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g/kg) 1) comments 20 1) specified as the ratio of the mass of volatile organic compounds in grams to the mass of in kilograms of the cleaned and dried product.
3.1.2 special requirements are plants which are operated with organic solvents including hydrocarbon solvents (KWL), to build and operate that a) the cleaning and drying of the cleaning material in a closed system, according to the State of the art is made, b) ensures an automatic lock the loading door can only be opened after completion of the drying process, if the mass concentration of KWL no longer exceeds a value of 5 grams per cubic meter in the drum according to the result of a current metrological verification , c) only organic solvents including KWL used, - whose total aromatic content does not exceed 1% by weight, - the content of benzene and polycyclic aromatics is not more than 0,01% by weight, - halogen containing 0.01% by weight does not exceed, - is a flashpoint above 55 degrees C, - are thermally stable under operating conditions, – whose boiling ranges at 1 013 HPA between 180 degrees and 210 degrees C lie, d) used only halogen-free materials and additives with a flashpoint above 55 degrees C , under operating conditions thermally stable and free from substances according to § 3 par. 2 or 3 are, e) the mass concentration of volatile organic compounds in the suctioned, undiluted exhaust gas from a mass flow by more than 0.2 kg / h, averaged over the drying or blow-out phase, 0.15 g / cbm does not exceed.
4. series coating of motor vehicles, cabs, trucks, buses or vehicles 4.0 General information
The limit value for total emissions refers to all phases of a procedure performed in the same system. This includes the electrophoresis or other coating procedure including the transport motor wax and underbody preservation, the final wax polishing layer, and solvent for the cleaning of equipment, including spray booths and other fixed equipment both during and outside of production time. The limit value for total emissions is specified as the mass of volatile organic compounds per m² of the total surface area of coated product.
4.1 equipment for series coating of motor vehicles 4.1.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value comments (g/qm) 35 4.1.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases after the dryer emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 4.1.3 special requirements by way of derogation from paragraphs 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 requirements for the facilities with a solvent consumption of 15 tons per year or less referred to in point 5.1. 4.2 equipment for series coating of cabs 4.2.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g/m2) comments 45 4.2.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases according to the Dryer emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 4.2.3 special requirements by way of derogation from points 4.2.1 and 4.2.2 apply to facilities with a solvent consumption of 15 tons per year or less the requirements referred to in point 5.1. 4.3 systems for commercial vehicles 4.3.1 coating limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g/m2) comments 70 501 1 applies to installations for the surface treatment of substances , Objects or products using organic solvents, in particular for dressing, printing, coating, degreasing, waterproofing, gluing, painting, cleaning or impregnating, with a consumption capacity of more than 150 kg organic solvents per hour or more than 200 tonnes per year.
4.3.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases after the dryer emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 4.3.3 special requirements by way of derogation from points 4.3.1 and 4.3.2 the requirements apply to facilities with a solvent consumption of 15 tons per year or less referred to in point 5.1. 4.4 equipment for the coating of buses 4.4.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g/m2) 150 comments 4.4.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases after the dryer emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 4.4.3 special requirements by way of derogation from paragraphs 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 apply 4.5 machines for coating of rail vehicles 4.5.1 for facilities with a solvent consumption of 15 tons per year or less the requirements referred to in point 5.1. limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g/m2) comments 110 4.5.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases after the dryer emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 4.5.3. other provisions limit of the number 4.5.1 may be exceeded for railway applications , whose coating to meet requirements from a) contracts that have been concluded before August 25, 2001, requires the use of coating materials with which the limit cannot be met, or b) contracts with clients from non - Member States of the European Union for the deck - and filler area requires the use of coating materials with which the limit cannot be met, but only , as far as the crossing in accordance with the provisions of Directive 1999/13/EC is available. The operator has the specifications in the contract of the competent authority upon request to submit. The possibilities to meet the limit of number 4.5.1 through application of the State of the art, are to exploit.
5. vehicle refinishing 5.1 equipment for the refinishing of vehicles 5.1.1 emission limit values for composed treated exhaust emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 1) 1) detection by 15-minute average measurements.
5.1.2 limit value for fugitive emissions the limit value for fugitive emissions is 25 per cent of used solvents. Volatile organic compounds are included in wider untreated exhaust gases are among the fugitive emissions.
5.1.3 cleaning the tools used in the processing of coating materials in premises and fixed facilities, are to use closed or at least half closed cleaning equipment after the State of the art as of September 1, 2011.
6 6.1 equipment for coating strips 6.1.1 coat of strips emission limit values for composed treated waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 50 20 1) 75 2) 1) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
2) applies to systems with reuse organic solvent.
3 per cent of used solvents for Atlantic positions 6 per cent until 31 December 2013혼다 volatile organic compounds contained in wider untreated exhaust gases, include 6.1.2 the fugitive emissions limit value for fugitive emissions which is the limit value for fugitive emissions of volatile organic compounds.
7 coat of winding wire 7.1 systems for coating wire with kresol -, phenol - or xylenolhaltigen coating materials 7.1.1 limit for the total emissions total emission limit value g/kg wire) comments 5 10 1) 1) medium wire diameter 15 100 1) 50 1) 20 2) 1) applies to coating and drying process.
(2) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
8.1.2 limit value for fugitive emissions limit value 1) (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) comments > 5-15 > 15 15 2) 25 10 2) 20 1) volatile organic compounds are included in wider untreated exhaust gases are among the fugitive emissions.
(2) in the case of automated coating of lines shaped materials.
8.1.3 is special requirements for the coating of aircraft, ships or other bulky goods, where the requirements cannot be met paragraphs 8.1.1 and 8.1.2, a reduction plan pursuant to annex IV to apply, unless the application of a reduction plan is not proportionate. In this case, it is the competent authority prior to the commissioning of the plant to provide evidence that the application of a reduction plan is not proportionate and that instead the emissions are reduced to the State of the art. The applied technology is to review every three years and adjust if necessary. The result of the review is to document, to be kept at the location until the next review and to submit to the competent authority upon request.
(A has 9 9.1 equipment for the coating of wood or wood-based materials with an annual solvent consumption coat of wood or wood-based materials up to 15 tons of the operator of a facility with a solvent consumption up to 15 tons) the emissions of volatile organic compounds by the use of low-solvent materials according to the level of technology to reduce b) the emissions of volatile organic compounds at least annually by a solvent balance sheet according to the procedure of set out in annex V to determine , c) from 1 January 2013 a reduction plan pursuant to annex IV to comply.
9.2 equipment for the coating of wood or wood-based materials with an annual solvent consumption by more than 15 tons of 9.2.1 emission limit values for composed treated waste gases emission limit values (mg C/cbm) solvent consumption (t/a) comments > 15-25 > 25-100 1) 50 1) 20 2) 1) for coating and drying.
(2) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
9.2.2 limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) comments (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) > 15-25 > 25 25 20 1) volatile organic compounds are included in wider untreated exhaust gases are among the fugitive emissions.
10 coat of textile, fabric, foil, or paper surfaces 10.1 facilities for coating or printing of textiles and fabrics 10.1.1 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) solvent consumption (t/a) comments > 5-15 > 15 100 1) 50 1) 20 1), 2) 75 3) 1) for coating or printing and drying.
(2) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
3) applies to systems with reuse organic solvent.
10.1.2 limit value for fugitive emissions limit comments (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) > 5-15 > 15 15 10 10.2 systems for coating the foil or paper surfaces 10.2.1 emission limit values for composed treated waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) solvent consumption (t/a) comments > 5-15 > 15 100 1) 50 1) 20 1), 2) 1) for coating and drying.
(2) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
10.2.2 limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) comments (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) > 5-15 > 15 15 10 1) volatile organic compounds are included in wider untreated exhaust gases are among the fugitive emissions.
11 leather coating 11.1 machines for coating of leather 11.1.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g/qm) remarks solvent consumption (t/a) > 10-25 > 25 85 150 1) 75-150 1) 1)
For the coating of special leather goods used as small consumer goods like bags, belts, wallets and similar leather goods as well as for the coating of high-quality upholstery leather. If a more stringent value corresponds to the State of the art, this is to comply with.
12 wood impregnation 12.1 equipment for impregnation of wood by using solvent-based wood preservatives 12.1.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (kg/m3) 1) comments 11 1) given in kilogram of emitted VOCs per cubic metre imprägnierterm wood.
12.1.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) remarks 100 12.1.3 limit value for fugitive emissions the limit value for fugitive emissions is 35 per cent for existing plants until 31 December 2013 45 per cent of used solvents.
12.1.4 special requirements, the limit for the total emissions of volatile organic compounds after number 12.1.1 applies alternatively to the emission limit value for composed waste gases referred to 12.1.2 and the limit value for fugitive emissions number 12.1.3. Licensable systems requirements apply for precautionary reasons in addition to the total emission limit value referred to 12.1.1 referred to 12.1.2 for composed treated waste gases; the application of the State of the art on all combined exhaust is assumed here.
12.2 equipment for impregnation of wood by using creosote (Kreosote) 12.2.1 limit values for total emissions total emission limit value (kg/m3) 1) remarks solvent consumption (t/a) 25 11 5 11 2) 1) given in kilogram of emitted VOCs per M³ impregnated wood.
(2) for hot cold setting drinking bowls.
12.2.2. other provisions the total emission limit value referred to in point 12.2.1 is considered, so far only tar distillates are used, their mass content maximum is 2 per cent of volatile organic compounds.
13 lamination of wood or plastics 13.1 equipment for lamination of wood or plastics 13.1.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g/m2) comments 5 13.1.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) remarks solvent usage > = 15 kg / h 50 20 1) 1) in application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
14 adhesive coating 14.1 14.1.1 adhesive coating equipment emission limit values for composed treated exhaust emission limit value (mg C/cbm) remarks solvent consumption (t/a) > 5-15 > 15 50 100 1) 50 20 2) 1) applies to waste gas cleaning facilities with recovery.
(2) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
14.1.2 limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) comments (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) > 5-15 > 15 15 2) 25 10 2) 20 1) volatile organic compounds are included in wider untreated exhaust gases are among the fugitive emissions.
(2) in the case of automated coating of lines shaped materials.
14.1.3 special requirements instead of the limit value for fugitive emissions in paragraph 14.1.2 must be in installations for the surface treatment of substances, objects or products using organic solvents, in particular for dressing, printing, coating, degreasing, waterproofing, gluing, painting, cleaning or impregnating, with a consumption capacity of more than 150 kg of organic solvents per hour or more than 200 tonnes per year , where tapes are coated, complied with a total emission limit value of 1% of the mass of the solvent.
15 manufacture of shoes 15.1 equipment for the production of shoes 15.1.1 limit value for total emissions total emission limit value (g) 1) comments 25 1) indicated in grams of solvent emitted per complete pair of shoes.
16 manufacture of painting or coating materials and the manufacture of masonry protection or wood preservatives, adhesives or inks 16.1 installations for the production of painting or coating materials 16.1.1 limit values for total emissions total emission limit value 1) solvent consumption (t/a) remarks 1 000 2.5 1 1) specified in per cent of the organic solvent.
2) applies until 31 December 2013혼다 legacy assets: 2) 3 1 16.1.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) solvent consumption (t/a) remarks 1 000 20 1) 100 20 1) 50 100 2) 1) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
(2) apply for waste gas cleaning facilities with recovery through condensation, insofar as no volatile organic compounds used class II of the technical guide to clean of air in the currently valid version.
16.1.3 limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) remarks 1 000 3 1 1) volatile organic compounds, which are sold as part of the coating material in a closed container, are not considered fugitive emissions.
16.1.4 special requirements, the limit for the total emissions of volatile organic compounds referred to 16.1.1 applies alternatively to the emission limit for composed waste gases number 16.1.2 and the limit value for fugitive emissions number 16.1.3. Licensable systems requirements apply for precautionary reasons in addition to the total emission limit value referred to 16.1.1 number 16.1.2 for composed treated waste gases; the application of the State of the art on all combined exhaust is assumed here.
16.2 equipment for the production of building protection or wood preservatives 16.2.1 limit values for total emissions total emission limit value 1) solvent consumption (t/a) remarks 1 000 3 1 1) specified in per cent of the organic solvent.
16.2.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) remarks solvent consumption (t/d) 1 20 1) 100 20 1) 50 100 2) 1) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
(2) apply for waste gas cleaning facilities with recovery through condensation, insofar as no volatile organic compounds II of the technical manual used after class to clean of air in the currently valid version.
16.2.3 bypassing your limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) comments (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/d) 1 3 1 1) volatile organic compounds, which are sold as part of the coating material in a closed container, are not considered fugitive emissions.
16.2.4 specific number 16.1.4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
16.3 equipment for the production of adhesives 16.3.1 limit values for total emissions total emission limit value 1) remarks solvent consumption (t/d) 5 3 1 1) specified in per cent of the organic solvent.
16.3.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) remarks solvent consumption (t/d) 5 20 1) 100 20 1) 50 100 2) 1) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
(2) apply for waste gas cleaning facilities with recovery through condensation, insofar as no volatile organic compounds II of the technical manual used after class to clean of air in the currently valid version.
16.3.3 limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) comments (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/d) 5 3 1 1) volatile organic compounds, which are sold as part of the coating material in a closed container, are not considered fugitive emissions.
16.3.4 specific number 16.1.4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
16.4 equipment for the production of printing inks 16.4.1 limit values for total emissions total emission limit value 1) solvent consumption (t/a) remarks 1 000 3 1 1) specified in per cent of the organic solvent.
16.4.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) solvent consumption (t/a) remarks 1 000 20 1) 100 20 1) 50 90 2) 100 3) 1) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities with thermal after-burning.
(2) in the application of waste gas cleaning facilities, which operate on the basis of biological processes.
(3) apply for waste gas cleaning facilities with recovery through condensation, insofar as no volatile organic compounds II of the technical manual used after class to clean of air in the currently valid version.
16.4.3 limit value for fugitive emissions limit 1) comments (% of used solvents) solvent consumption (t/a) 1 000 3 1 1) volatile organic compounds, which are sold as part of the printing inks in a closed container, are not considered fugitive emissions.
16.4.4 specific number 16.1.4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
17 conversion of rubber 17.1 17.1.1 rubber converting plants limit value for total emissions total emission limit value 1) comments 25 1) specified in per cent of the organic solvent.
17.1.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 20 75 1) 1) applies to systems with reuse of recovered organic solvent.
17.1.3 limit value for fugitive emissions the limit value for fugitive emissions is 25 per cent. Organic solvents, which are sold as part of products or mixtures in closed containers, do not include the fugitive emissions.
17.1.4 special requirements
The limit applies to the total emissions of volatile organic compounds after number 17.1.1 alternatively to the emission limit value for composed waste gases referred to in 17.1.2 point and the limit value for fugitive emissions number 17.1.3. Licensable systems requirements apply for precautionary reasons in addition to the total emission limit value referred to 17.1.1 number 17.1.2 for composed treated waste gases; the application of the State of the art on all combined exhaust is assumed here.
18 extraction of vegetable oil and animal fat and refining of vegetable oil 18.1 plants for the extraction of vegetable oil and animal fat and refining of vegetable oil 18.1.1 limit values for total emissions total emission limit value 1) notes animal fat: 1.5 1) in kilograms per tonne of animal or vegetable material.
Castor: 3.0 rapeseed: 1.0 sunflower seeds: 1.0 2) for installations processing individual batches of seeds and other vegetable matter, the total emissions are the State of technology to reduce.
Sojabohnen (normal ground): 0.8 soya beans (white flakes): 1.2 other seeds and other vegetable matter: 3 2) 1,5,3) 3) applies to all proceedings for the fractionation with exception of de-gumming (cleaning of oils).
4 4) 19 pharmaceutical manufacturing 19.1 installations for the production of medicinal 19.1.1 limit values for total emissions total emissions may 5 percent of the mass of used solvents do not exceed, in legacy assets this applies from 1 January 2013혼다 19.1.2 emission limit values for composed waste gases emission limit value (mg C/cbm) comments 20 75 1) 1) applies to systems with facilities which allow reuse of recovered organic solvent.
19.1.3 the limit value for fugitive emissions limit value for fugitive emissions accounts for 5% of the mass of the solvent, in old plants, this applies from 1 January 2013. The limit value for fugitive emissions does not relate to solvents, which are sold as part of products or mixtures in a closed vessel.
19.1.4 special requirements, the limit for the total emissions of volatile organic compounds referred to under 19.1.1 applies alternatively to the emission limit values for composed waste gases number 19.1.2 and the limit value for fugitive emissions referred to 19.1.3. Licensable systems requirements apply for precautionary reasons in addition to the total emission limit value referred to under 19.1.1 referred to 19.1.2 for composed treated waste gases; the application of the State of the art on all combined exhaust is assumed here.

Annex IV (section 4) reduction plan (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2001, 2203-2205; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A basic requirements for applying a reduction plan is an emission reduction at least at the same level to achieve, how this no. 1 would be the case for the respective plant in compliance with the requirements pursuant to § 4, sentence 1. In compliance with the requirements of clause 1, the operator may use an arbitrary reduction plan, which can be set up specifically for its plant. Contrary to the assumptions taken during installation of the reduction plan pursuant to § 4, sentence 2 and justified are low-solvent or solvent-free substitutes are still in development and an end of the development is foreseeable, the competent authority at the request of the operator may grant a reasonable extension of time limit to implement its reduction plan.
B reduction plan for applying coatings, varnishes, adhesives or inks in application of the following reduction plan is the proof of equivalence referred to in section A sentence 1 not required: 1 the operator the competent authority a reduction plan shall submit, which intends to reduce the average content of volatile organic compounds of feedstock, in particular coating materials and cleaning agents, or to increase the level of fixed material use , to the total emissions of volatile organic compounds from the plant on a certain percentage of the annual reference emission, the so-called target emission reducing.
2. the annual reference emission is calculated as follows: annual reference emission kg solids/a = x multiplication factor.
It is the total mass of solids in the annually consumed quantity of coating and/or ink, varnish, colour to determine adhesive. All substances used in coating materials, printing inks, varnishes, paints and adhesives, which solidify once the water or the volatile organic compounds are evaporated (such as binders, pigments, fillers in paints, colours, adhesives) are regarded as solids.
The annual reference emission is calculated by multiplying the specific mass of solids with the corresponding multiplication factor from column 3 of the table below. The competent authority can make an adaptation of the mentioned multiplication factors for the individual installations, to take account of the proven elevated fixed material efficiency in the application of application processes the State of the art.
Number of the system in accordance with Annex I activity solvent consumption t/a multiplication factor for determining the annual reference emission percentage for determining the target emission 1.1 (dropped out) 1.2 (dropped out) 1.3 other printing > 15-25 2.5 (25 + 5) % rotary screen printing except for > 25 2.5 (20 + 5) %. Rotary screen printing > 15-25 1.5 (25 + 5) % > 25 1.5 (20 + 5) % 4.1-4.4 vehicle series painting 5-15 1.5 (25 + 15) % rail vehicles > 15 (20 + 5) % 5.1 vehicle refinishing 2.5 (25 + 15) % 6.1 coating > 10 2.5 (3 + 5) % 8.1 other metal or plastic coating. other coating > 5-15 1.5 (25 + 15) % > 15 (20 + 5) %. Coating cars shaped materials > 5-15 (15 + 15) % > 15 (10 + 5) % 9.1 wood coating > 5-15 4 (25 + 15) % 9.2 > 15-25 3 *) (25 + 15) % > 25 3 *) (20 + 5) % 10.1 / 10.2 textile, fabric, foil or paper surfaces > 5-15 > 15 4 (15 + 15) % (10 + 5) % 12.1 wood impregnation > 10 1.5 (45 + 5) % 14.1 adhesive coating. other activity > 5-15 (25 + 5) % > 15 3 (20 + 5) %. Coating cars shaped materials > 5-15 (15 + 5) % > 15 (10 + 5) % 8.1, 10.1, 10.2, 14.1 coatings, with food in contact;
Coatings for the air or space corresponding to values for the numbers of 8.1, 10.1, 10.2, 14.1 2.33 corresponding values from paragraphs 8.1, 10.1, 10.2, 14.1 *) for application with a coating efficiency of > 85% (for example, drums) can be based on the multiplication factor of 4.
3. the target emission is calculated as follows: target emission = reference emission x percentage is the percentage of the sum from a) the limit value for fugitive emissions + 15 at the facilities referred to in column 1 of the table in paragraph 2 - the number 5.1, - the number of 8.1, 10.1 and 10.2 with a solvent consumption of 5 to 15 t / a and - in points 9.1 and 9.2 with a solvent consumption of 5 to 25 t / a;
(b) the limit value for fugitive emissions + 5 for all other installations listed in column 1 of the table in paragraph 2.
Percentages relevant for the individual asset types are specified in the fourth column of the table in paragraph 2. The requirements of the reduction scheme is considered to have been complied with, if it does not exceed the target emission according to the procedure of the solvent balance sheet of set out in annex of V certain actual total emissions of volatile organic compounds.
4. is the application of a reduction plan means that the target emission without the continued operation of existing waste gas cleaning facility is possible and should this therefore be taken out of operation, the competent authority approval is required.
5. for equipment in points 8.1 and 9.2 of annex I, the part of or ancillary facilities are of installations for the surface treatment of substances, objects or products using organic solvents, in particular for dressing, printing, coating, degreasing, waterproofing, gluing, painting, cleaning or impregnating, with a consumption capacity of more than 150 kg organic solvents per hour or more than 200 tonnes per year , the following overall emission limits must be observed: - 0,30 kg VOC relative to the mass of the solids in the coating systems for the coating of self-propelled farm machinery and equipment number 8.1 of annex I, provided that synthetic surfaces are coated, - 0.25 kg VOC relative to the mass of used the solids in the coating material for plants the numbers 8.1 and 9.2 of annex I except equipment for coating of self-propelled farm machinery and equipment number 8.1 of annex I , if plastic surfaces are coated.
6. the application of the reduction plan IV B is not suitable for activities for the processing of liquid unsaturated polyesters with styrene addition to molding, molded parts, or finished products.
C simplified proof of compliance with requirements 1.
The target emission of reduction plan referred to in section B is for equipment number 1.3 of annex I also complied, as far as clear coatings, adhesives and auxiliary materials used in these machines only print colours, with a solvent content of less than 10 per cent and the operator of a facility declared binding this to the competent authority in accordance with the time limits under section B number 1.
2.
The target emission of reduction plan referred to in section B applies to installations not requiring a permit the numbers 4.1 to 4.5 and 5.1 or 8.1 of annex I as respected, as far as these plants only coating substances with a VOC-value of not more than 250 g / l, as well as cleaning agents with a mass content of volatile organic compounds from less than 20 per cent used in the operator of a plant explains this to the competent authority in accordance with the time limits under section B number 1 binding.
3. for equipment number 9.1 of annex I is the target emission of reduction plan referred to in section B also complied, as far as a) for coating flat and flat surfaces only coating substances with a VOC-value of not more than 250 g / l, b) to coat other surfaces only coating substances with a VOC-value of not more than 450 g / l and c) used only water stains with a VOC-value of not more than 300 g / l and the operator of a plant this to the competent authority to 31 December 2012 declared binding.
4. for installations of the number 5.1 of annex I applies the target emission of reduction plan under section B as observed, as far as the following feedstocks do not exceed the associated VOC-value and the operator of a plant explains this to the competent authority in accordance with the time limits under section B number 1 binding: VOC-value (g/l) tool cleaner feedstock 850 cleaning agent 200 spatula 250 Waschprimer 780 primer 540 * 1) primer filler 540 * 1) sanding filler 540 * 1) wet in wet filler 540 * 2) layer - uni-topcoat 420 basecoat
420 clear coating 420 * 3) specialty products 840 * 3), * 4) * 1) apply from 1 January 2010