Regulation On Requirements For The Discharge Of Sewage Into Waters

Original Language Title: Verordnung über Anforderungen an das Einleiten von Abwasser in Gewässer

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Regulation on requirements for the discharge of sewage into water (waste water Ordinance - physicochemical) physicochemical Ausfertigung date: 21.03.1997 full quotation: "sewage regulation as amended by the notice of June 17, 2004 (BGBl. I p. 1108, 2625), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of 2 September 2014 (BGBl. I p. 1474) has been changed" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 17.6.2004 I 1108, 2625;
 
As last amended by article 1 V v. 2.9.2014 I 1474 for details on the stand number you will find in the menu under instructions this regulation is used in parts of the implementation of the directives of the Council - 82/176/EEC of 22 March 1982 on limit values and quality objectives for mercury discharges by the chlor-alkali electrolysis industry (OJ EC No. L 81, p. 29), 83/513/EEC of 26 September 1983 on limit values and quality objectives for cadmium discharges (OJ EC No. L 291 p. 1), 84/156/EEC of 8 March 1984 on limit values and quality objectives for mercury discharges with the exception of the industrial branch of alkali electrolysis industry (OJ EC No. L 74 p. 49 and no. L 99 S. 38), 84/491/EEC of 9 October 1984 on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of hexachlorocyclohexane (OJ EC No. L 274 p. 11 and no. L 296, p. 11)-86/280/EEC of 12 June 1986 on limit values and quality objectives for the discharge of certain dangerous substances within the meaning of the list I in the annex of to Directive 76/464/EEC (carbon tetrachloride, DDT, pentachlorophenol) (OJ EC No. L 181, p. 16), - 87/217/EEC of 19 March 1987 on the prevention and reduction of environmental pollution by asbestos (OJ EC No. L 855 S. 40), - 88/347/EEC of 16 June 1988 on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of aldrin, dieldrin, endrin, isodrin, hexachlorobenzene, hexachlorobutadiene and chloroform (OJ EC No. L 158, p. 35), - 90/415/EEC of 27 July 1990 on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of 1,2-dichloroethane, trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene and trichlorobenzene (OJ EC No. L 219, p. 49), - 91/271/EEC of 21 May 1991 concerning the treatment of urban waste water (OJ EC No. L 135, p. 40), 92/112/EEC of 15 December 1992 on procedures for harmonizing the programmes for the reduction and eventual elimination of pollution caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry (OJ EC No. L 409 S. 11), - 96/61 EC of 24 September 1996 concerning integrated pollution prevention and reduction of environmental pollution (OJ EC No. L 257 p. 26)-98/15/EC of 27 February 1998 amending the Directive 91/271/EEC relating to some requirements laid down in annex I (OJ EC No. L 67 S. 29), - 2000/76/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 December 2000 on the incineration of waste (OJ EC No. L 332, p. 91, 2001 No. L 145 p. 52).
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 1.4.1997 +++) the V 1 G v. 21.3.1997 was adopted as article I 566 (physicochemical/AbwAGAnlAnpV) by the Federal Government with the consent of the Federal Council. It is according to article 3 clause 1 of this V on the 1.4.1997 entered into force. (+++ Official notes of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EWGRL 464/76 (CELEX Nr: 376 L 0464) EWGRL 176/82 (CELEX Nr: 382 L 0176) EWGRL 513/83 (CELEX Nr: 383 L 0513) EWGRL 156/84 (CELEX Nr: 384 L 0156) EWGRL 491/84 (CELEX Nr: 384 L 0491) EWGRL 280/86 (CELEX Nr: 386 L 0280) EWGRL 217/87 (CELEX Nr: 387 L 0217) EWGRL 347/88 (CELEX Nr: 388 L 0347) EWGRL 271/91 (CELEX Nr)) : 391 L 0271) implementation of EWGRL 112/92 (CELEX Nr: 392 L 0112) cf. V v. 3.7.1998 I in 1795, implementation of EWGRL 513/83 (CELEX Nr: 383 L 0513) EWGRL 156/84 (CELEX Nr: 384 L 0156) EWGRL 491/84 (CELEX Nr: 384 L 0491) EWGRL 280/86 (CELEX Nr: 386 L 0280) EWGRL 347/88 (CELEX Nr: 388 L 0347) EWGRL 415/90 (CELEX Nr: 390 L 0415) EWGRL 271/91 (CELEX Nr: 391 L 0271) cf. V v. III I 3919 , Implementation of EWGRL 112/92 (CELEX Nr: 392 L 0112) EGRL 15/98 (CELEX Nr: 398 L 0015) cf. V v. 29.5.2000 I 751, implementation of EWGRL 271/91 (CELEX Nr: 391 L 0271) EGRL 61/96 (CELEX Nr: 396 L 0061) EGRL 15/98 (CELEX Nr: 398 L 0015) EGRL 76/2000 (CELEX Nr: 300 L 0076) cf. V v. 2.7.2002 I 2497, implementation of EURL 75/2010 (CELEX Nr: 32010 L 0075) cf. V v. 2.5.2013 I 973 +++) § 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation determines the minimum requirements for the discharge of waste water in Waters from the origin areas given in the annexes, as well as requirements for the establishment, operation and use of wastewater treatment facilities.
(2) the General requirements of this regulation and the emission limit values identified in the annexes are to comply by the single Director, as far as no further requirements in the water approval for the discharge of waste water are set. The remaining requirements of the annexes to this regulation are to establish the issuance of a water licence for the discharge of sewage. Requirements are to record in the statutory permission only for those parameters which are to be expected in the wastewater.
(3) additional requirements under other legislation remain unaffected.

§ 2 is definitions for the purposes of this Regulation: 1. sample a unique sampling from a waste water stream.
2. the a sample which is taken continuously in a certain period of time, or a sample from multiple samples, pooled sample in a certain period taken continuously or discontinuously and mixed;
3. qualified sample a pooled sample of at least five samples, which are taken over a period of no more than two hours at a distance of not less than two minutes and mixed;
4. production specific cargo value of the cargo value (such as cbm/t, g/t, kg/t) that refers to the underlying water admission capacity;
5. place the place where waste water before mixing with other wastewater is treated, otherwise the first touch of an attack;
6 mixing bringing together wastewater streams from different sources.
7. parameters a chemical, physical or biological parameter that is listed in the annex;
8 mix into account when calculating a permissible cargo or concentration, resulting from the requirements of this regulation relating to the individual wastewater streams.

Article 3 General requirements (1) unless otherwise determined in the annexes, may be initiated waste into a water body only if the pollutant load is kept as low as possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by 1 procedures use water-saving for washing and cleaning processes, 2. the indirect cooling, 3. the use of low-emission operating and auxiliary materials, and 4. the process-integrated recycling of substances.
Unless otherwise determined in the annexes, is the compliance with the requirements pursuant to sentence 1 by a waste water cadastre, to document through an operation journal, or in any other appropriate way.
(2) the requirements of this Regulation may be achieved by methods, which transferred environmental impacts in other environmental media such as air or ground contrary to the State of the art. The use of chemicals, exhaust emissions and the amount of accumulated silt are to keep as low as possible.
(3) requirements set as concentration values contrary to the State of the art may not be achieved through dilution.
(4) before mixing lays down requirements, mixing for the purposes of the common treatment is permitted if at least the same reduction of pollutant cargo per parameters such as in separate compliance with the respective requirements is achieved.
(5) requirements for the place of the seizure of wastewater are set, mixing is only admissible if these requirements are met.
(6) are waste streams for which there are different requirements, jointly launched, is to identify the each authoritative request by mixture calculation for each parameter and to set the water approval. Requirements before mixing or the place of attack of wastewater are provided in annexes to be applied, paragraphs 4 and 5 remain unaffected.

§ 4 analysis and measurement methods (1) the requirements in the annexes refer to analyses and measuring procedure according to the system. The German unit procedures referred to in the investment and the annexes to the water, wastewater and sludge investigation, DIN, DIN EN, DIN EN ISO standards and technical rules of Wasserchemische are society of the Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin, and society in the society published by the water chemical chemist, Wiley-VCH Verlag, Weinheim (Bergstrasse). The above rules of procedure are laid down in terms of archive secured at the German Patent Office in Munich.
(2) in the permission, other, equivalent procedures can be set.

§ 5 data of requirements the requirements apply is determined on the spot of the effluent into the waters is initiated, and, in the annexes to this regulation also on the place of the seizure of the wastewater or the place in front of his mixing. The point of discharge is equivalent to the flow of the wastewater plant in which the effluent is treated last time. The point of discharge in a public sewage system is place before mixing.

Article 6 compliance with the requirements
(1) to be continued under this regulation or set in the water approval is a value according to the result of a review in the context of government surveillance not respected, he is nevertheless complied, if the results of this and the four previous state audits in four cases do not exceed the value of each relevant and no result exceeds by more than 100 percent. Checks that are more than three years, shall be disregarded.
(2) for the compliance with the required under this regulation or fixed in the water approval value is the number of significant digits referred to in the proceedings of the associated analysis and measuring method for the determination of the respective parameter in accordance with the annex to section 4 (analysis and measurement methods), decisive but at least two significant digits, with the exception of the values for the degrees of dilution. The values set out in the annexes to take into account the measurement uncertainties of the analytical and sampling methods.
(3) a value to be complied under this regulation or set in the water approval applies to the chemical oxygen demand (COD) in accordance with paragraph 1 also as having been observed, if the fourfold value of the total organically bound carbon (TOC), determined in milligrams per litre, this value does not exceed.
(4) monitoring exceeding one determined under this regulation to be observed or fixed in the water approval value for the toxicity to fish, Daphnia, algae and Leuchtbakterien paragraphs 401 to 404 of the annex to section 4, this value is nevertheless complied, if the requirements are met the sentences 2 to 7; Paragraph 1 shall remain unaffected. Detected exceeding must be based pursuant to sentence 1 on a content of sulfate and chloride, which exceeds the threshold of action. The organism-specific action threshold pursuant to sentence 2 is the Fischei 3 grams per liter for Daphnia as 2 grams per litre, when algae 0.7 grams per liter and on Leuchtbakterien 15 grams per liter. In addition, the corrected measured value cannot be greater than the to value. The corrected measured value pursuant to sentence 4 arises from the difference between of the measured value and the correction value. The correction value is divided determined expressed in grams per litre, the sum of the concentrations of chloride and sulfate in wastewater, by the organism specific action threshold. The correction value is not a dilution of dilution means used in the determination is the next higher level of dilution as the correct value to use.
(5) the countries can allow that results be equated to the results of State supervision, which determined the dischargers based on an officially approved monitoring procedure.

Article 7 any person within the meaning of section 103 paragraph 1 sentence 1 No. 3 is 2(a) of the water resources Act offences, who intentionally or negligently introduces waste contrary to section 3, paragraph 1, sentence 1.

Plant (to 4) analytical and measurement techniques (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1475 - 1480) No. parameter procedure I General procedure 1 instructions for sampling technique DIN EN ISO 5667-1 (April 2007 Edition) 2 sampling of effluent DIN 38402-11 (February 2009 issue) 3 wastewater flow DIN 19559 (Edition July 1983) 4 pretreatment, homogenization and separation of heterogeneous water samples DIN 38402-A 30 (July 1998 issue) 5 conservation and handling of water samples DIN EN ISO 5667-3 (Edition May 2004) this standard applies , unless otherwise is stipulated in the standard relevant to the particular analytical method. In determining the parameters in accordance with paragraphs 401 to 404, 410 and 412 of this plant, the sample is immediately after collection to examine. A preservation of the sample up to 48 hours is possible by immediate cooling to a temperature of 2 to 5 ° C in the dark.
A longer retention of a sample is required, is to freeze the specimen immediately after their collection, and to conserve it at a temperature of - 18 ° C or lower for a period of up to two months.
6 figures of DIN 1333 (Edition February 1992) II analysis procedures 1 anions/elements 101 vacant 102 chloride DIN EN ISO 10304-1 (Edition July 2009) 103 cyanide, easily freisetzbar DIN 38405-D 13-2 (Edition February 1981) 104 cyanide, total, in the original sample DIN 38405-D 13-1 (Edition February 1981) 105 fluoride, total, in the original sample DIN 38405-D 4-2 (Edition July 1985) 106 nitrate nitrogen (NO3-N) DIN EN ISO 10304-1 (Edition July 2009) 107 nitrite nitrogen (NO2-N) DIN EN 26777 (Edition April 1993)
108 total phosphorus, in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 6878 (September 2004 issue) with the following proviso: information according to section 7.4 of this DIN standard 109 compounds of phosphorus as phosphorus, total, in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 110 sulfate DIN EN ISO 10304-1 (Edition July 2009) 111 sulfide, easy freisetzbar DIN 38405-D 27 (July 1992 issue) 112 sulphite DIN EN ISO 10304-3 (output November 1997) 113 fluoride , solved DIN EN ISO 10304-1 (Edition July 2009) 114 thiocyanate DIN EN ISO 10304-3 (output November 1997) 2 cations/items 201 aluminum in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 202 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) DIN EN ISO 11732 (May 2005 issue) 203 antimony in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 204 arsenic in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11969 (issue November 1996) with the following proviso : Information according to section 8.3.1 of this DIN standard 205 barium in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 206 lead in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 207 cadmium in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 208 not occupied 209 chrome, overall, in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 210 chrome VI DIN 38405-D 24 (Edition may 1987) 211 cobalt in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009)
212 iron in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 213 copper in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 214 nickel in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 215 mercury in the original sample of DIN EN 1483 (July 2007 issue) 216 silver in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 217 thallium in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 17294-2 (Edition February 2005) 218 vanadium in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 () September 2009 issue) 219 zinc in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 220 Tin in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 221 Titan in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 222 selenium in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 223 vacant 224 Indium in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) 225 226 BOR DIN EN ISO 11885 (Edition September 2009) not occupied 3 individual substances , Sum parameters, parameter groups 301 down filtration bare substances (suspended) in the original sample of DIN EN 872 (April 2005 issue) with the following proviso: three times after washing of the filter per 50 ml of distilled water 302 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) in the original sample, given as a chloride content of up to 5.0 g / l chloride in the original sample: DIN EN ISO 9562 (February 2005 issue) with the following conditions : Adsorption number 501 of this plant with a chloride content of more than 5.0 g / l in the original sample and section 9.3.4 of this DIN standard: DIN EN ISO 9562 (February 2005 issue) in accordance with Annex A to this DIN standard and adsorption to section 9.3.4 of this annex 303 chemical oxygen demand (COD) in the original sample DIN 38409-H 41 (issue December 1980) 304 not occupied 305 organically bound carbon , total (TOC), in the original sample of DIN EN 1484 (issue August 1997), direct determination of TOC according to section 8.3 of this DIN standard and in accordance with the number 502 of this conditioning 306 total bound nitrogen (TNb) in the original sample of DIN EN 12260 (December 2003 issue) are combination devices for the simultaneous determination of TNb and the TOC used, are in the investigation of particle-containing samples of measurements referred to in paragraph 502 of this system perform.
307 & 308 vacant 309 hydrocarbons, total, in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 9377-2 (Edition July 2001) 310 not occupied 311 phenol index after distillation and extraction of dye in the original sample DIN 38409-H 16-2 (Edition June 1984) 312 not occupied 313 chlorine free DIN EN ISO 7393-2 (Edition April 2000) 314 hexachlorobenzene in the original sample DIN 38407-F 2 (Edition February 1993) 315 trichloroethylene in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following conditions : Implementation after the liquid/liquid extraction procedure 316 1,1,1-trichloroethane in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following proviso: implementation after the liquid/liquid extraction procedure 317 tetrachloroethylene in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following proviso: implementation after the liquid/liquid extraction procedure 318 trichloromethane in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following in accordance with : Implementation after the liquid/liquid extraction procedure 319 carbon tetrachloride in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following proviso: implementation after the liquid/liquid extraction procedure 320 dichloromethane in the original sample
DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following conditions: implementation according to the liquid/liquid extraction principle 321 hydrazine DIN 38413 P 1 (issued March 1982) 322 to 325 not occupied 326 aniline in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 10301, section 2 (August 1997 issue) with the following conditions: extraction with dichloromethane at pH 12, GC separation using a mass-selective detector; When using a N-P detector, two GC columns of different polarities should be used.
327 hexachlorocyclohexane as a total of all isomers DIN 38407-F 2 (Edition February 1993) to subject of the number 504 of this plant 328 hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD) in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following conditions: implementation after the liquid/liquid extraction procedure 329 of aldrin, dieldrin, endrin, isodrin (Drine) in the original sample DIN 38407-F 2 (Edition February 1993) to in accordance with the number of 504 of this plant 330 Ausblasbare organically bound halogens (POX) in the original sample , expressed as chloride DEV H 25 (proposal) (22 delivery 1989) with the following conditions: by way of derogation from section 9.1 of this provision at room temperature 10 minutes 331 1,2-dichloroethane in the original sample DIN blow out EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 issue) with the following conditions: implementation after the liquid/liquid extraction procedure 332 trichlorobenzene as sum of all isomers in the original sample DIN 38407-F 2 (Edition February 1993) to subject of the number 504 of this plant 333 endosulfan as a total of all isomers in the original sample DIN 38407-F 2 (Edition February 1993) in accordance with the number 504 of this plant 334 benzene and derivatives in the original sample DIN 38407-F 9-1 (Edition May 1991) respecting the number 504 of this plant and with the following provisions: 2 to 3 g must use sodium sulphate per 5 ml sample instead of potassium carbonate. In section 3.8.3 of this DIN standard, the value of "878 µg/l" applies after the 5th coat instead of the value "8.78 µg/l".
335 336 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the original sample (PAK) vacant (fluoranthene, benzo benzo benzo(k)fluoranthen, benzo(GHI)perylen, Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyren) DIN EN ISO 17993 (March 2004 issue) in accordance with the number 504 of this plant 337 chlorine dioxide and other oxidants, specified as chlorine DIN 38408-G 5 (Edition June 1990) with the following conditions: according to section 4 of this DIN standard measures to solve the problem are not making.)
338 coloring DIN EN ISO 7887, section 3 (issued December 1994) 339 polychlorinated dibenzodioxins (PCDDS) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF) DEV F 33 (52. delivery January 2002) 340 Polyfluorierte compounds (PFC) in the original sample DIN 38407-42 (March 2011 edition) 341 pH DIN 4 biological testing procedures is EN ISO 10523 (Edition April 2012) paragraphs 401 to 404, 410 and 412 note number 509 of this plant. The requirements according to DIN 5667-16 (February 1999 Edition) EN ISO only apply insofar as no derogations be made in the testing procedures.
400 sampling and conducting biological test methods DIN EN ISO 5667-16 (February 1999 Edition) 401 toxicity to fish (GEi) in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 15088 (June 2009 issue) 402 toxicity to Daphnia (DG) in the original sample DIN 38412-L 30 (issue March 1989) 403 toxicity to algae (GA) in the original sample DIN 38412-L 33 (March 1991 Edition) with the following proviso : In section 3.5 of this DIN standard, not on the part of the sentence is "if higher dilution factors no inhibition is greater than 20 percent determined" and in section 11.1 of this DIN standard, not the note applies.
404 toxicity compared to Leuchtbakterien (GL) in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 11348-1 (Edition may 2009) or DIN EN ISO 11348-2 (Edition may 2009) with the following proviso: the drainage investigation is making these standards set out in annex.
405 light aerobic biodegradability of substances annexed to the Directive 92/69/EEC of 31 July 1992 adapting Directive 67/548/EEC (OJ 17 EC No. L 383 S. 187) 406 aerobic biodegradability of materials DIN EN ISO 9888 (November 1999 Edition) with the following proviso: the degradability is determined as DOC reduction degree over 28 days. The amount of the activated sludge inoculum is 1 g of dry matter per litre per test. Test water water hardness can be up to 2.7 mmol/l. Blown and adsorbed materials shares are not included in the result. The result is specified as degree of degradation. Pre adapted inoculum are not allowed.
407 aerobic biological degradability (ability to eliminate) the filtered sample in biological treatment systems DIN EN ISO 9888 (November 1999 Edition) with the following conditions: the degradability is determined as a CSB - or DOC reduction degree (degree of elimination). The inoculum of real waste water treatment plant with 1 g / l dry matter in the test approach (section 8.3 this DIN standard) is used. The duration of the elimination test corresponds to the time that is required to achieve the elimination level of total waste water of the real sewage treatment plant in the test simulation of the total effluent. The cod concentration is to largely correspond to the real effluent of the plant closing in the test approach (CSB between 100 and 1 000 mg / l). The water hardness of the test water should not exceed the hardness of the water of the respective real wastewater. Blown fabric shares are not included in the result. The elimination rates are related to the concentration of cod at the beginning of the test, after deduction of the blown-out fabric shares. The result is specified as degree of elimination.
408 aerobic biological degradability (ability to eliminate) the filtered sample in biological treatment systems DIN EN ISO 9888 (November 1999 Edition) with the following conditions: the degradability is determined as a CSB - or DOC reduction degree (degree of elimination) of maximum 7 days. The inoculum of real waste water treatment plant with 1 g / l dry matter in the test approach (section 8.3 this DIN standard) is used. The cod concentration is to largely correspond to the real effluent of the plant closing in the test approach (CSB between 100 and 1 000 mg / l). The water hardness of the test water should not exceed the hardness of the water of the respective real wastewater. Blown fabric shares are not included in the result. The elimination rates are related to the concentration of cod at the beginning of the test, after deduction of the blown-out fabric shares. The result is specified as degree of elimination.
409 biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days in the original sample of DIN EN 1899-1 (Edition May 1998) 410 Erbgutveränderndes potential (umu-test) DIN 38415-T 3 (Edition December 1996) 411 not occupied 412 toxicity compared to duckweed (GW) in the original sample of DIN EN ISO 20079 (issue December 2006) III information and explanations 501 notes to the AOX method (number 302) 1 Periodatgehalte in the presence of Periodaten has that over stöchiometrisch be added to sodium sulfite and reducing soak in for at least 24 hours.
2. chloride levels at chloride contents over 1.0 g / l produced by dilution of the specimen a chloride concentration of less than 1.0 g / l in the analysis sample. The blind value adjusted measured value will be multiplied by the dilution factor. The associated blind is the working days certain value of 1.0 g / l chloride solution. Below 1,0 g / l in the undiluted specimen chloride contents uses deionized water as a blank value.
3. nitrate wash solution is washed samples with Chloride concentrations below 1,0 g / l with 25 ml of nitrate solution. Samples, the chloride concentration of which is adjusted by dilution to less than 1.0 g / l, EN ISO 9562 (February 2005 issue) is by way of derogation washed by the DIN portions with a total 50 ml of nitrate solution.
4. the AOX levels of the pre-filter and the first and second pillars of the adsorption is finding to sum up in the finding.
502 notes to TOC and TNb method (numbers 305 and 306 of this annex), it is a device with thermal catalytic combustion (minimum temperature 670 ° C) to use.
 
The rules for homogenization apply according to DIN 38402 part 30 "pre-treatment, homogenization and separation of heterogeneous water samples" (July 1998), in particular the sections 8.3 and 8.4.5 are to be observed.
 
The investigation of particle-containing wastewater sample control measurements shall EN Annex C DIN 1484 (August 1997).
503 not occupied 504 notes to the limit of determination (number 327, 329, 332, 333, 334 and 336 of this system) readings of individual components are considered only if they are at or above the limit of determination of the relevant method of analysis.
505-508 509 instructions for the determination of biological testing (numbers 401 to 404, 410 and 412 of this facility) are not occupied Messwerterhebliche volume changes by the addition of neutralisation agents when indicating the results document. By choosing appropriate acids and alkaline solutions is to make sure to avoid significant physico chemical changes of the sample (especially precipitation and resolutions). The neutralizing agent must be admitted that the local differences of pH in the sample as possible maintained (rapid mixing, slow addition). The dilution levels arise from interleaved geometric series based on 2 and 3 according to DIN EN ISO 15088 (June 2009 issue), section 8.3, table 1.

Appendix 1 domestic and municipal waste water (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1118 - 1119;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope
This annex applies to wastewater, 1 which essentially is from households or similar establishments such as community housing, hotels, restaurants, camping sites, hospitals, office buildings (domestic sewage) or comes from plants that others act as these purposes, provided that it complies with domestic sewage, 2 which is collected in sewers and comes essentially from the facilities referred to in paragraph 1 and systems and equipment , the commercial or agricultural purposes, unless the harmfulness of this wastewater using biological processes with the same success as with domestic sewage can be reduced (municipal wastewater), or 3 that is treated in a river of sewage treatment plant and its origin of the number 1 or 2 is equal to.
B General requirements (1) article 3, paragraph 1 shall not apply.
(2) wastewater treatment facilities should be so built, operated and used, that the energy-efficient operation is possible. The energy potentials resulting from waste water disposal are, as far as technically possible and economically justifiable to use.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) on the waste water to the point of discharge into the aquatic environment be provided following requirements: biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) nitrogen total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen samples (NGES) phosphorus according to size classes of waste water treatment plants, chemical oxygen demand (COD) (pges) mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/l qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample total size class 1 less than 60 kg / d BOD5 (raw) 150 40 - size class 2 60 up to 300 kg / d BOD5 (raw) 110 25 - size class 3 greater than 300-600 kg / d BOD5 (raw) 90 20 10 - size class 4 greater than 600 to 6 000 kg / d BOD5 (raw) 90 20 10 18 2 size class 5 greater than 6 000 kg / d BOD5 (raw) 75 15 10 13 1 *) _ *) in small discharges within the meaning of article 8 in conjunction with § 9 paragraph 2 sentence 2 of the waste water levy Act can take place a qualified sample or a 2-hour composite sample also a sample will be taken.
The requirements apply to ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, total, with a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant. Also the time limit from 1 may until 31 October to appear in the position 12 ° c. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 25 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. For the cargo in the inlet, the sum of the organic and inorganic nitrogen is to be based.
(2) the assignment of a single leader in one of the size classes set out in paragraph 1 follows the design values of the wastewater treatment plant, based on the BOD5 cargo of the untreated wastewater - BOD5 (raw). In the cases where a rating for a wastewater treatment plant alone the BOD5 value of the sedimented wastewater is based, the following values for the classification are decisive: size class 1 less than 40 kg / d BOD5 (sed).
Size class 2 40 to 200 kg / d BOD5 (sed).
Size class 3 greater than 200 kg / d up to 400 kg / d BOD5 (sed).
Size class 4 greater than 400 to 4 000 kg / d BOD5 (sed).
Size class 5 greater than 4 000 kg / d BOD5 (sed).
(3) is in ponds, which are for a period of 24 hours and more measured, a sample clearly colored by algae, algae-free sample to determine the cod and BOD5. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l and for BOD5 decrease to 5 mg/l. (4) the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 for the size class 1 apply in small discharges within the meaning of article 8 in conjunction with § 9 para 2 sentence 2 of the waste water levy Act complied, if a wastewater treatment plant by General construction approval or otherwise by law permitted to subject to the approval , built and operated. In the approval you must be necessary requirements for the installation, operation and maintenance of the system laid down for a proper, aligned with the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 to function properly.
(5) for small discharges within the meaning of article 8 in conjunction with § 9 para 2 sentence 2 of the waste water levy Act the countries can set different requirements, if a connection to a public sewage system in the near future is expected.

Annex 2 brown coal briquette production site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1119 A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the brown coal briquette production or incurred in connection with the production.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and operating water treatment, as well as the flue gas scrubbing.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample concentration cargo (mg/l) (g/t) from filtration bare substances 50 18 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 50 30 (2) the values for the production-specific cargo (g/t) refer to the installed maximum dryer capacity, expressed in amount of dry coal in 2 hours with a mass fraction of water from 16 to 18 percent. 17 percent are production capacities on dry coal with other bulk investments in water than 16 are up 18 percent, when calculating the dryer performance basis. The pollutant load is determined by the concentration values of the 2-hour composite sample or the qualified sample and the waste water flow in dry weather (dry weather runoff) in 2 hours.

Appendix 3 milk processing (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1119 - 1120) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the delivery, transfer or processing of milk and milk products and that falls in dairy plants, dairies, cheese factories and other establishments of this kind.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from milk processing plants with a pollutant cargo in the raw sewage of less than 3 kg BOD5 per day, from indirect cooling systems, and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 18 phosphorus, 2 (2) total the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen , overall, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and where the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 25 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.
(4) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l decrease and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l. D, requirements for the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent provided no additional requirements prior to mixing with other wastewater.
E requirements for the place of the seizure of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the location of the attack.
F requirements for existing discharges of waste water from plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 June 2000 or the construction at this time legitimately started is, a value of 5 mg / l, applies for existing discharges by way of derogation from part C to phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg and less than 100 kg per day.

Annex 4 oilseed processing, edible fat and oil refining (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1120 - 1121) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the oilseed processing, edible fat and oil refining.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems, the operating water treatment, steam generation.
B General requirements (1) which is to keep them as low pollutant cargo is possible like this after checking the conditions in individual cases by the following measures: 1 recirculation part of flows, in particular by the distilla deacidification and the dampening water, 2. Prevention and reduction of material losses through process recycling or recovery of by-products, 3. use of low-phosphor raw material, 4. use water-saving procedures such as counter-current washing.
(2) the waste water from cleaning and disinfection processes may contain only surfactants that achieve a degree of DOC degradation after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number of 405 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods". Surfactants are organic surface-active agents, washing and wetting properties, at a concentration of 0.5% and a temperature of 20 ° C reduce the surface tension of distilled water to 0.045 N/m or less.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample seed treatment refining biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) g/t 5 38 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 20 200 g/t total nitrogen, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) mg/l 30 30 phosphorus , total g/t 0.4 4.5 specific waste water volume m3/t 0.2 1.5 (2) the requirements for nitrogen, total, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and if the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day.
(3) the requirements for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.
(4) the production of specific requirements (g/t, m3/t) referred to in paragraph 1 relate to the underlying water admission capacity usage product. Use products are in the seed treatment seed and refining oil. Is more than one usage product used, the requirements shall apply in proportion to the amount of usage products used. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
D provided no additional requirements to requirements for the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent before mixing with other wastewater.
E requirements for the place of the seizure of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the location of the attack.
F requirements for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water from plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 August 2002 or the construction at this time legitimately started is, by way of derogation following requirements from part C apply: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample seed treatment refining biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) g/t 13 38 chemical oxygen demand (COD) g/t 55 225 phosphorus , total g/t 1.5 7.5 specific waste water volume m3/t 0.5 may be, insofar as it in-house further can be used, initiated only separately from other waste water 1.5 water or another weak polluted waste water, if in the raw sewage for the CSB, a value is not reached 75 mg / l in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample.

Annex 5 manufacture of fruit and vegetable products (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1122) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the production of fruit and vegetable products, as well as ready meals on a majority basis of fruit and vegetables.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the production of baby food, teas and herbal products as well as from indirect cooling systems, and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 18 phosphorus, 2 (2) total the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen , overall, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and where the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 25 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.
(4) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l decrease.

Annex 6 manufacture of soft drinks and beverage bottling (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1122 - 1123) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially, comes from manufacturing of soft drinks and bottled water, the extraction and bottling of natural mineral water of spring water and mineral water, as well as bottling of beverages of all kinds, provided that the waste water from bottling is handled together with waste water from the production of beverage raw materials, as well as the essences for soft drinks.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: skilled in 5 days (BOD5) 25 sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 biochemical oxygen demand phosphorus, total 2 (2) the requirement for phosphorus, total, shall apply, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total that is more than 20 kg per day.
(3) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l decrease.

Annex 7 fish processing (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1123) A scope this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly of fish processing and the processing of shellfish and crustaceans, as well as for wastewater, its pollutant cargo 1 part A comes from the processing of fish, shellfish and crustaceans, as well as from households and schemes within the meaning of annex, when in the raw water the CSB cargo of wastewater from processing of fish , Shellfish and crustaceans is usually more than two-thirds of the total cargo and the BOD5 cargo at least 600 kg per day.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 25 phosphorus, total 2
(2) the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, total, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and where the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 40 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if exceeds the underlying water admission BOD5 cargo in the inflow of the sewage treatment plant 600 kg per day. For waste water, whose BSB5 (raw) effluent per day or more is 6 000 kg, a value of 1 mg / l applies to phosphorus, total.

Annex 8 potato processing (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1124) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the processing of potatoes for human consumption.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the potato processing in distilleries, starch factories, establishments for drying vegetable products for animal feed production and plants for the production of fruit and vegetable products as well as from indirect cooling systems, and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 150 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 18 phosphorus, 2 (2) total the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen , overall, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and where the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 25 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.
(4) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l decrease.

Annex 9 production of coating materials and coating resins (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1124-1125, concerning the details of the changes cf. footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from manufacturing aqueous dispersion paints, resin bonded cleaning and water-dilutable coating materials, coating resins and solvent-based coating materials with attached affiliated.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the production of organic pigments and inorganic pigments as well as from indirect cooling systems and from the operating water treatment.
B General requirements (1) in the production of vacuum in the production process is the incidence of wastewater through sewage-free techniques to minimize.
(2) the effluent shall contain no mercury and organic tin compounds, which come from use as preservatives and microbicidal additives. The proof that mercury or organic tin compounds in the wastewater are not included, can be provided in this that manufacturers figures are available, according to which the use of preservation or mikrobiziden setting used and auxiliary materials not included such connections.
(3) waste water may be inferred from the production area of coating materials on solvent basis with affiliated, which stems from the extinguishing of the distillation sump from the solvent recovery.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) 120 mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 20 mg/l toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) in wastewater streams, the CSB-concentration of which in the place of the seizure amounts to more than 50 g / l , the CSB at least 500 mg / l is to diminish.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) the waste water from the following areas provided the following requirements before mixing with other wastewater: aqueous emulsion paints, synthetic resin bonded plaster and water-thinnable coating materials tank cleaning with lye (Lye cleaning) from the production of coating materials on solvent basis with affiliated qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l barium 2 2 lead 0.5 0.5 cadmium 0.1 0.1 chrome , total 0.5 0.5 cobalt 1 1 copper 0.5 0.5 nickel 0.5 0.5 zinc 2 2 Tin - 1 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 1 1 Leichtflüchtige halogenated hydrocarbons (VHH) 0.1 - (2) the requirements to AOX and VHH (sum of 1.1.1 trichloroethane, trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, dichloromethane - calculated as chlorine) refer to the sample. The request to VHH is also considered observed if it is demonstrated that highly volatile halogenated hydrocarbons are not used in production, and for cleaning purposes.

Annex 10 meat industry (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1125 - 1126) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from slaughter, processing and manufacturing of meat including intestinal processing, as well as the production of ready meals, predominantly based on meat.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from small discharges within the meaning of section 8 of the waste water levy act with a cargo of pollutant in the raw sewage of less than 10 kg BOD5 per week as well as from indirect cooling systems, and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 18 phosphorus, 2 (2) total the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen , overall, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and where the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 25 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.
(4) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l decrease.

Annex 11 breweries (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1126 - 1127) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the brewing of beer. It also applies to the waste water from a built-in Malthouse, insofar as it covers only the needs of the respective brewery.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge
(1) the wastewater following demands are made for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 total nitrogen, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 18 phosphorus, total 2 (2) the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, total, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and if that water admission based This raw at the levels of nitrogen, total, more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 25 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.
(4) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l decrease.

Annex 12 production of alcohol and alcoholic beverages (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1127) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the manufacturing, processing and bottling of alcohol from legally approved firing, as well as from the production, processing and bottling of alcoholic beverages.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from distilleries of severance pay within the meaning of section 57 of the spirits monopoly law, the making of wine and fruit wine, brewing beer, making alcohol from molasses, indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 18 phosphorus, 2 (2) total the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen , overall, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and where the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 25 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.
(4) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 decrease to 5 mg/l. (5) the requirements refer to stack ponds on the sample. They are not observed, if the stack pond before reaching the set values will be drained.

Annex 13 wood Fibreboards (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1128) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the manufacture of fibreboard.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample of biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) kg/t 0.2 chemical oxygen demand (COD) kg/t 1 phenol index after distillation and dye extraction g/t 0.3 toxicity to fish eggs (GEi) 2 (2) for hard fibre panels (density higher than 900 kg / m3) , which are produced in the wet process and a fiber moisture exhibit of more than 20 per cent at the stage of the plates forming, applies to a value the CSB from 2 kg / t (3) the production requirements (g/t, kg/t) pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2 refer to the underlying water admission capacity on fiberboard (completely dry) in 0.5 or 2 hours. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
D provided a request requirements for water before mixing the waste water before mixing with other wastewater for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 0.3 g / t. The request relates to the fiberboard production capacity underlying the water approval (completely dry) in 0.5 or 2 hours. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.

Annex 14 drying vegetable products for animal feed production (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1128 - 1129) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the direct and indirect drying of vegetable products for animal feed production.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the drying of plant products for animal feed production as secondary production as well as from indirect cooling systems, and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: skilled in 5 days (BOD5) 25 sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 biochemical oxygen demand phosphorus, total 2 (2) the requirement for phosphorus, total, shall apply, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total that is more than 20 kg per day.
(3) a sample by algae in ponds, which are calculated for a period of 24 hours or more and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3, is plain dyed, the CSB and the must to determine BOD5 of the algae-free trial. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 decrease to 5 mg/l. (4) the requirements refer to stack ponds on the sample. They are not observed, if the stack pond before reaching the set values will be drained.

Annex 15 manufacture of hide glue, gelatin and bone glue (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1129) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the processing of animal slaughter by-products and residues of the leather industry to hide glue, bone glue, gelatine or Naturin.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 30 phosphorus, total 2
(2) the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, total, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant and where the underlying water admission crude cargo on nitrogen, total, amounts to more than 100 kg per day. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 50 mg / l, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 85 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirement for phosphorus, total, if the underlying water admission raw cargo of phosphorus, total, amounts to more than 20 kg per day.

Annex 16 coal preparation (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1129 - 1130) A scope this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo comes primarily from coal processing.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge to the discharge of waste water provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the waters: chemical oxygen demand (COD) 100 mg / l qualified sample or 2 hour composite sample from filtration bare substances 80 mg / l sample Annex 17 manufacture of ceramic products (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1130 - 1131) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the commercial manufacture of ceramic products.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems, from the operation of water treatment as well as for domestic wastewater.
(B) General requirements (1) waste water from the refractory sector, as well as the manufacture of grinding tools, split tiles, tiles and bricks may not be initiated in waters. Sentence 1 shall apply for the cleaning and maintenance of production facilities, as well as for the washing of raw materials.
(2) the discharge of sewage is allowed only if's piezo-ceramics at least to 50%, 2. tableware products at least 50 per cent and 3. sanitary ware to at least 30 per cent is been reused from the production by 1.
C requirements wastewater for the point of discharge of the effluent are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l from filtration bare substances 50 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 80 phosphorus, total 1.5 D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other wastewater: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 0.1 mg/l lead 0.3 cadmium 0.07 chrome , total 0.1 cobalt 0.1 0.1 nickel 0.1 copper zinc 2 for AOX values apply to the sample.
(2) the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply, if wastewater is not more than 4 m3 per day and no wastewater comes from the glazing area.
(3) in the case of a waste water fit up to 8 m3 per day apply the requirements of part D para 1 as well as for the filterable substances from part C also as having been observed if one built by a general construction approval or wastewater treatment plant approved otherwise by the law of the land and operated, serviced regularly according to the approval as well as before commissioning and at regular intervals by is checked for no longer than 5 years after land rights to its proper state.
E requirements for the place of the seizure of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the location of the attack.
F requirements for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water from plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 June 2000 or the construction at this time legitimately started is, apply the provisions of parts B, C and D only insofar as no deviating requirements are set in paragraphs 1 to 4.
(1) waste water from the split tiles and tiles production must be conveyed by way of derogation from part B paragraph 1, if it is been reused in the production process at least 50 percent.
(2) waste water from the production of piezo ceramic must be initiated by way of derogation No. 1 of part B, paragraph 2, if it is been reused at least to 30 percent.
(3) waste water from the area of sanitary ware and tableware manufacture may be initiated by way of derogation from part B, par. 2 Nos. 2 and 3 without reuse.
(4) If more water is reused, required in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3, higher concentrations than the concentrations specified in part C and D may be approved for the AOX and the cod when it is complied from cargo each resulting paragraphs 1, 2 and 3.

Annex 18 sugar production (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1131 - 1132) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the extraction of solid and liquid sugars and syrups from sugar beet and sugar cane.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems, from the operation of water treatment and the laundering of flue gases.
B General requirements In the effluent may be organically bound halogens that come from the usage of chlorine or chlorine in the water circuit of the case, divisive off connections, other than chlorine dioxide, not included. The proof that the requirement is complied with, can be provided this that used operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer does not contain the substances or groups of substances.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 200 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 30 phosphorus, 2 (2) total the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen , overall, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 50 mg / l in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample, if the reduction in the total nitrogen load is at least 70 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(3) the requirements refer to the sample stack ponds. They are not observed, if the stack pond before reaching the set values will be drained.
D must, be mixed as far as it not in-house can be reused, only requirements for the waste water before mixing blocking and condensation water for the purpose of treating common with wastewater of other areas of origin if the concentrations of the parameters set out in section C paragraph 1 exceed the specified there in the raw sewage.

Annex 19 pulp production (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1132 - 1133) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the production of bleached pulp after the sulfite or sulphate process.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the production of cellulose from annual plants, as well as for wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
B General requirements which is pollutant cargo as low to keep, as this is possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by the following measures: 1. optimized largely free of waste water debarking, 2 wood digestion (further boiling, oxygen Delignification), 3 closed laundry and sort of unbleached cellulose, 4 acquisition of organic matter received by the cooking information in solution at least 98 percent by using water-saving washing procedures, 5. recycling of by-products from the pulp washing (for example tall oil extraction in the sulphate process) , 6 neutralization and evaporation of wash solution, 7 recovery of the evaporation concentrate (Dick liquor) and recovery of the pulping chemicals, 8 stripping highly concentrated evaporation condensates and reuse, 9 bleach without the use of elemental chlorine and chlorine-based bleaching chemicals, with the exception of chlorine dioxide in the production of ECF (elemental chlorine-free pulp) sulphate pulp which, minimizing the use and retention of organic complexing agents, the a DOC reduction degree after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" do not reach 10.
C requirements for the waste water for the introduction (1) the waste water are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: 24-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) kg/t 25 total biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 30 mg/l phosphorus 2 mg/l total nitrogen, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) mg/l 10
Toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 the request on the toxicity to fish (GEi) refers to the sample.
(2) a of the nitrogen, total, fixed value considered to be complied with, if he is determined and complied with as "full-bound nitrogen (TNb)".
(3) the production-specific cargo value for the cod (kg/t) after paragraph 1 refers to the underlying the water admission capacity of target products (air dry (lutro) pulp) in tonnes per day. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration levels of the 24-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) wastewater must before mixing with other wastewater chlorine and chlorine-based bleach as well as adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) from the bleach not contain. Notwithstanding sentence 1, waste water from the production of ECF sulphate pulp (elemental chlorine-free pulp) in the 24-hour composite sample may contain up to 0.25 kg of AOX per pulp of ton of.
(2) the production of specific cargo value for the AOX (kg/t) referred to in paragraph 1 refers to the underlying the water admission capacity of target products (air dry (lutro) pulp) in tonnes per day. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration levels of the 24-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
E requirements for the waste water for the place of the seizure of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the location of the attack.
F requirements for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water from plants, were before 1 August 2001 legally in operation or is been lawfully started the construction at this time, apply by way of derogation from section C for the CSB a value of 40 kg / t and by way of derogation from part D para 1 sentence 2 of the AOX a value of 0.35 kg / t.

Annex 20 processing of animal by-products (site: Gazette I 2004, 1133-1134; regarding the details of the changes cf. footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies for wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly to collect, transport, storage, handling and processing of animal by-products not intended for human consumption certain, in stock companies, intermediate plants and processing establishments of the categories 1, 2 and 3 within the meaning of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 laying hygiene requirements for not for the human consumption of certain animal by-products (OJ EC No. L 273 p. 1) is created.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems.
B General requirements which is pollutant cargo as low as possible through the following measures: 1. cooling keeping of raw material storage and ensuring a fast processing, 2. usage of unvergälltem salt at the skins - and fur conservation, 3. retention of salt sheets from the salting of skin by means of appropriate mechanisms such as dry disposal or return to the production.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 overall as the sum of ammonium, nitrogen qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 150 nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 50 (2) the requirement for nitrogen, total, applies, at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant.
(3) is in ponds, which are for a period of 24 hours and more measured, a sample clearly colored by algae, the cod and BOD5 from the algae-free sample to determine. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l decrease and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l. D wastewater must not exceed a value of 0.1 mg / l for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) in the sample requirements for the waste water before mixing before mixing with wastewater of other areas of origin. The request is also considered observed if the used cleaning and disinfectant or other operating and auxiliary materials contain no organically-bound substances cleaved off halogen compounds or halogen. The proof can be provided as a result that the used operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer does not contain the substances referred to in sentence 1 or groups.

Annex 21 malting plants (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1134) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the production of malt from grain.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from the malting plant built into a brewery, as well as indirect cooling systems and from the operating water treatment insofar as it covers only the needs of the respective brewery.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l biochemical oxygen demand is 25 chemical oxygen demand (COD) 110 (2) 5 days (BOD5) in ponds, which are for a period of 24 hours and more calculated and where the underlying water admission daily waste water volume does not exceed 500 m3 , a sample clearly colored by algae, so the cod and BOD5 from the algae-free sample are to determine. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 when the CSB by 15 mg / l, and when the BOD5 to 5 mg / l decrease.

Annex 22 chemical industry (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1134 - 1137;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to waste that accumulates primarily in the manufacture of substances by chemical, biochemical or physical processes including its before -, intermediate - and post-treatment.
(2) this annex does not apply to sewage discharges less than 10 m3 per day. Also, this annex does not apply to waste that comes from soda production or the production of potash fertilizers.
(3) for waste water, which comes from formulating (manufacture of substances and preparations by mixing, bottling or loosening) and is initiated without mixing with other waste water, which falls under the scope of this annex, that, only part is considered B of this annex. Part B applies to the place of the seizure of the wastewater.
B General requirements for that pollutant cargo as small to keep, as this is possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by the following measures: - Use water-saving methods such as counter-current washing, multiple use and recycling, E.g. for washing and cleaning processes, - indirect cooling, E.g. rather than the use of injection capacitors or injection coolers for cooling steam phases, - waste water-free techniques for vacuum generation and purification, retention or reclamation of materials through processing mother liquors and optimized processes , - Use of low-emission raw and auxiliary materials.
The proof of the compliance with the General requirements is to provide in a waste water cadastre.
C requirements for the waste water for the introduction (1) the waste water are provided for the point of discharge into the waters the following requirements: 1 chemical oxygen demand (COD): for wastewater streams, the CSB-concentration of which at the source of the waste water is: a) a cod concentration by 2 500 mg / l, b is more than 50 000 mg / l,) a concentration of cod, which corresponds to a reduction of the cod by 90 percent is more than 750 mg / l, , c) 750 mg/l or less, is a cod concentration of 75 mg / l, d) the actual cod concentration at the source is less than 75 mg / l.
The requirements also as having been observed, will void a cod concentration in accordance with part B of 75 mg / l in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample.
2. nitrogen, total sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES): 50 mg/l in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample.
In the water approval, a higher concentration can be set up to 75 mg / l when a reduction of the nitrogen load by 75 percent. The set value is also complied, if he is determined to be "full-bound nitrogen (TNb)", complied.
3. phosphorus, total: 2 mg / l in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample.
The request is also considered observed if the value, determined will total phosphorus compounds as phosphorus, complied.
4. toxicity toxicity to fish GEi = 2 toxicity to Daphnia DG = 8 toxicity to algae GA = 16 toxicity compared to Leuchtbakterien GL 32 Erbgutveränderndes = potential (umu-test) GM = 1.5 related requirements on the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample.
(2) in consultation with the water authority to reduce the cod cargo process-integrated measures applied, which is prior to taking action to apply authoritative cargo.
(3) for the chemical oxygen demand (COD), the total cargo in 0.5 or 2 hours is in the water approval limit. The total cargo is the sum of single loads of the individual wastewater streams. The observable total cargo refers to the concentration of the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the corresponding with sampling wastewater flow in 0.5 or 2 hours.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other waste water: 1 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) a) waste water from the production of Epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide Butylenoxid: 3 mg / l b) waste water from the two-stage production of acetaldehyde: 80 g / t c) wastewater from the single-stage production of acetaldehyde: 30 g / t d) waste water from the production of AOX relevant organic dyes and aromatic intermediates , as far as these mainly serve the production of organic dyes: 8 mg / l e) waste water from the production of pharmaceutical active ingredients relevant to AOX: 8 mg / l f) waste water in the production of C1-CKW by chlorination of methane and methanol esterification as well as carbon tetrachloride and Tetrachloroethene by Perchlorierung: 10 g / t g) wastewater from the production of 1.2-dichloroethane (EDC), including processing of vinyl chloride (VC): 2 g / t of cargo value refers to purified EDC production capacity. The capacity is set, taking into account the share of the EDC, which is not cracked in the VC unit coupled with the EDC production unit, and returned in the EDC purification plant in the production circle.
 
 
(h) waste water from the production of polyvinyl chloride (PVC): 5 g / t i) waste streams, where an AOX concentration of 0.1 mg / l is exceeded and below 1 mg / l without targeted measures: 0.3 mg / l j) not separately regulated waste streams from the manufacturing, processing or the use of substances, where a concentration of 1 mg / l is exceeded or fallen below targeted measures : the cargo value refers to the capacity of the organic products of the target 1 mg/l or 20 g / t. It does not apply to the use of substances.
 
2. other substances qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l I II 0.05 mercury 0.001 cadmium 0.2 0.005 copper 0.5 0.1 nickel 0.5 0.05 lead 0.5 0.05 chrome, 0.5 total 2 0.2 0.05 zinc Tin 2 0.2 the column I requirements for the waste water flows out of the manufacture, processing or use of these substances. The requirements of column II wastewater streams which come not from the manufacture, processing or use of these substances, but still are burdened with such substances below the concentration values of column I.
(2) in compliance with the requirements to AOX and the General requirements under part B also the requirements of annex 48 part 10 as having been observed.
(3) the AOX requirements shall not apply iodine-organic substances in the waste water from the production and bottling of X-ray contrast media.
(4) for the adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) and which in paragraph 1 No. 2 limited materials are to limit the total cargo per parameter in 0.5 or 2 hours in the water approval. The respective total cargo is the sum of single loads of the individual wastewater streams. The observable total cargo refers to the concentration of the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the corresponding with sampling wastewater flow in 0.5 or 2 hours.
(5) a waste water stream must be mixed with other waste water only if it is shown that the cargo for the place of occurrence determined organic carbon, total (TOC), this wastewater flow total reduced by 80 percent. This requirement does not apply if it does not exceed initiated TOC residual cargo 20 kg per day or 300 kg per year or 1 kg per ton production capacity of the organic product of the target from the respective wastewater flow into the waters. For the detection of reducing freight outcome of investigation is for physico chemical waste water treatment plants of TOC elimination of this system and biological waste water treatment plants referred to 407 of the annex to section 4 to be based.
E requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack (1) for chromium VI is to comply with a concentration of 0.1 mg / l in the sample.
(2) for ausblasbare organically bound halogens (POX), a concentration of 10 mg / l in the sample is to comply with. This requirement is considered to have been complied with, when it is reached before the inlet in a sewer, without having first to get an outlet loss or the sewage was diluted.
F requirements for existing discharges (1) for existing discharges of waste water from plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 January 1999 or the construction at this time legitimately started is, apply the provisions of parts A, B, C and D only, insofar as no deviating requirements are set in paragraphs 2 to 5.
(2) proof must comply with the General requirements in a wastewater register only for 90 percent of each parameter-related total freight is contrary to section B. The use of effluent-free process for vacuum generation and exhaust air cleaning is to check only for the parameters of the parts D and E. An additional test with regard to other parameters can be omitted.
(3) the requirements of part C on the CSB do not apply for the waste water from the production of polyacrylonitrile.
(4) on the following waste streams following requests of the AOX provided by way of derogation from part D before mixing with other waste water: 1. waste water from the production of EDC, also including further processing to VC: 5 g / t (production capacity of purified EDC) 2. wastewater from the production of PVC: 1 mg / l or 20 g / t (5) the requirements for the mutagenic potential (umu-test) according to part C of paragraph 1 and the TOC after part D paragraph 5 shall not apply.

Annex 23 systems for the biological treatment of waste (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1137 - 1138;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to 1 wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from equipment for biological treatment of municipal waste and other like municipal solid waste treating waste, and 2. the precipitation water operation specific contaminated in this area.
(2) this annex does not apply to sewage plants for treating separately collected bio-waste from plants for the production of compost, indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
B General requirements (1) which is keeping as low as possible through the following measures volume flow and pollutant cargo of waste water from plants in accordance with paragraph 1: 1 extensive circulation and sharing of process water, 2. Prevention of the entry of rainwater in the waste storage and waste treatment areas by containment, canopy or cover.
(2) the effluent may be initiated only in waters as far as process water can be used in the process - and exhaust air treatment of mechanical aerobic biological treatment plants process completely. In this case, the requirements are C and D. after part C demands the wastewater for the final discharge point (1) of the effluent will be made for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample total chemical oxygen demand (COD) 200 mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 20 mg/l nitrogen, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) mg/l 70 phosphorus , total hydrocarbons 3 mg/l, mg/l total 10 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 total, including requirement for hydrocarbons, on the sample.
(2) a of the nitrogen, total, fixed value considered to be complied with, if he is determined and complied with as "full-bound nitrogen (TNb)".
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other wastewater: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) mg/l cadmium 0.1 0.5 mercury 0,05 chromium, total 0.5 chrome VI 1 lead 0.5 0.1 nickel copper 0.5 zinc 2 arsenic 0.1 cyanide, easily freisetzbar 0.2 light freisetzbar sulfide, 1 for AOX , Hexavalent Chromium, cyanide easily releasable, and sulfide, easy freisetzbar, apply the values for the sample.
(2) the effluent must be mixed only with other waste water, excluding wastewater that comes from above-ground deposition of waste, for the purpose of the common biological treatment, if it is expected that at least one of the following conditions is met: 1. toxicity to fish, Leuchtbakterien and Daphnia of a representative sample of wastewater are after performing an Eliminationstestes using a biological laboratory flow wastewater treatment plant (plant such as according to DIN 38412-L 26) following requirements not exceeded : Toxicity to fish GEi = 2, toxicity to Daphnia DG = 4 and toxicity to Leuchtbakterien GL = 4.
Through measures such as nitrification in biological laboratory wastewater treatment plant or pH value constant, it must be ensured that exceeded the value of GEi is not caused by ammonia (NH3). The effluent may be diluted as to retract the biological laboratory wastewater treatment plant. Nutrients can be added to nutrient deficiency. No dilution water may be added during the test phase.
2. a DOC-elimination degree achieves "Analysis and measurement methods" of 75% according to the number of 408 of the plant.
3. the sewage has a cod concentration already before the common biological treatment with other wastewater of less than 400 mg / l.
Significant changes, but at least every two years, is the proof of compliance with these requirements to lead.

Annex 24 iron - and steel - tempering Foundry (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1138 - 1140) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from one of the following areas of the manufacturing of iron, steel and cast iron: 1 melting shop, 2. casting, cooling and drainage area, 3. BLOWROOM, 4. molding and sand preparation, 5. core and 6 system cleaning. (2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
B General requirements (1) that allowed waste water contain no organically-bound halogen, derived from solvents and cleaning agents. That the requirement is complied with, can demonstrate this, that lists all used solvents and cleaning agents in the operation journal and manufacturer figures are available, according to which these solvents and cleaning agents do not contain organically bound halogens.
(2) waste water from the sand regeneration may not be initiated.
(3) waste water from the core may be initiated only if it meets at least the requirements of annex 1 part C for the size class 4.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) g/t 100 iron g/t 5 hydrocarbons, total phenol index after distillation and dye extraction 2.5 g/t g/t 5 cyanide , easily releasable g/t 0.5 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) the production-specific freight values (g/t) relate to underlying the water approval (produced good iron) production capacity. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
(3) the toxicity to fish (GEi) refers to a specific production wastewater flow rate of 0.5 m3 per tonne of produced good casting. The value calculated for the respective specific production waste water volume flow is not a dilution factor of dilution result fixed in the determination, the next higher dilution factor shall apply.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A will be provided before mixing with waste water from other areas of origin following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample g/t arsenic 0.05 cadmium 0.05 lead 0.25 chrome, 0.25 copper total 0.25 nickel 0.25 zinc 1 AOX (AOX) 0.5 (2) which are production-specific freight values (g/t) is the water approval underlying this production capacity (produced good castings). The pollutant load is determined by the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample, for AOX from the sample and from the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.

Annex 25 leather manufacture, fur finishing, leather pulp production (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1140 - 1141;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the leather manufacture, fur finishing, leather pulp production and skins - and fur conservation.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems.
B General requirements (1) the skins - and fur conservation is to minimize pollutant cargo as possible through the following measures: 1 cooling keeping of the hides and skins, 2. usage of unvergälltem salt, 3. retention of salt sheets from the salting of skin by means of appropriate mechanisms such as dry disposal or reuse.
(2) the AOX loading of the wastewater is as low as possible by selecting and using appropriate cleaning and disinfectant or other operating and auxiliary materials.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) 250 mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) mg/l 25 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 mg/l phosphorus, mg/l total 2 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) mg/l 0.5 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) the request for ammonium nitrogen is at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the Expiration of the biological reactor of the wastewater treatment plant.
(3) for waste water, in which it is, that its content of chemical oxygen demand (COD) in the inlet of the biological stage in the monthly average is more than 2 500 mg / l, an expiration value in the 2-hour composite sample or the qualified sample, corresponding to a reduction of the CSB at least 90 per cent applies by way of derogation from paragraph 1, for the CSB.
(4) for waste water, in which it is, that his level of biochemical oxygen demand is more than 1 000 mg / l in 5 days (BOD5) in the inlet of the biological stage in the monthly average, an expiration value in the 2-hour composite sample or qualified sample, corresponding to a reduction of BOD5 at least 97.5 percent is by way of derogation from paragraph 1, for the BOD5.
(5) the reduction of the CSB and the BOD5 refers to the ratio of the pollutant cargo in the inlet of the biological level to those at the end of the Central wastewater treatment plant in 24 hours. For the pollutant cargo of the inlet that the permission is to be load of biology decisive. The amount of the reduction is to be judged on the basis of design and operation of wastewater treatment plant.
(6) for the discharge of wastewater from the fur processing a value applies the toxicity to fish by CFI = 4 D following demands be made before mixing with other waste water requirements for the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent: 1 for the waste water from the turnout, combustion, extract kälken and including rinsing is a value of 2 mg / l sulphide, easily freisetzbar , to comply with the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample.
2. for the waste water from tanning including withering away and from wet dressing (neutralizing, after tanning, dyeing, fats) including rinsing, or from the leather pulp production, a value of 1 mg / l chromium is overall to meet the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample.
Requirements for the waste water for the place of attack (1) that allowed waste water fur degreasing containing only those free of halogenated solvents E may be used after the second Ordinance on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act in the currently valid version. This requirement is also considered met if proof is provided that only approved halogenated solvents are used. The rest is for VHH (sum of 1.1.1 trichloroethane, trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, dichloromethane - counting than chlorine) to keep the value of 0.1 mg / l in the sample.
(2) waste water from the stain of fur coloring including rinsing may not exceed a value of 0.05 mg / l chromium VI in the sample. Article 6, paragraph 1 does not apply.

Annex 26 stones and Earth (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1141 - 1142) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater including the production-specific contaminated rainwater, whose pollutant cargo mainly comes in the following production areas: 1 extraction and processing of natural stone, quartz, sand and gravel, as well as manufacture of bleaching Earth, lime and dolomite, 2. manufacture of sand-lime brick, 3 manufacture of concrete and concrete products and 4 manufacture of fibre cement.
(2) this annex does not apply to 1 wastewater that is initiated if the water only for washing the products there obtained is needed and contains no other substances as the mined and so far ensured is that these substances do not in other waters enter in an above-ground water created in the mining of mineral raw materials, 2. sanitary sewage, 3. wastewater from indirect cooling systems and operating water treatment as well as 4. sewage from the flue gas scrubbing.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: area 1 area 2
 
Chemical oxygen demand (COD) - 150 (2) in the manufacture of concrete and concrete products qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l from filtration bare substances 100 100 production wastewater may be not initiated.
(3) in the manufacture of fibre cement, sewage must not be conveyed in a.
(4) the request does not apply pursuant to paragraph 3, if the production unit is routinely cleaned or maintained. In this case, the following requirements apply: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 80 off filtration bare substances 30 D requirements for the waste water before mixing the waste water from the cleaning and maintenance of installations for the manufacture of fibre cement provided prior to mixing with other wastewater following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample sample mg/l AOX - 0.1 mg/l chromium , total 0.4 - hexavalent Chromium – 0.1 Annex 27 treatment of waste through chemical and physical processes (CP systems), as well as waste oil reprocessing (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1142 - 1144;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from plants the following areas of origin: 1. waste oil pretreatment and - refurbishment, 2. treatment of waste, 3. regeneration of loaded ion exchange and adsorption materials and 4 internal cleaning of containers and containers for storage and transport.
It also applies to operation-specific contaminated rainwater that accumulates in these areas.
(2) this annex does not apply to sewage, dating from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment, biological treatment of waste from the separate treatment of liquid waste from photographic processes of silver halide photography, as well as from waste incineration. He does no. 2, 3 and 4, which are operated in conjunction with productions of origin areas, are set in an other Annex of hereto for the requirements and whose Beschaffenheit of those sewage from these areas of origin corresponds to also for waste water from plants referred to in paragraph 1.
(B) General requirements is the pollutant cargo keeping as low as possible by reducing the occurrence of waste water from the cleaning after storage and transport by multiple use and extensive recycling of cleaning water as well as retention and recovery of products.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) 200 mg/l nitrite nitrogen (NO2-N) 2 mg/l nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 30 mg/l aluminium mg/l 3 iron 3 mg/l fluoride, 30 mg/l total phosphorus , total 2 mg/l phenol index after distillation and dye extraction 0.15 mg/l toxicity to fish (GEi) a 2 toxicity to Leuchtbakterien (GL) 4 toxicity to Daphnia (DG) 4 (2) for the nitrogen, total, fixed value is valid also as having been observed if is determined and respected as a "total-bound nitrogen (TNb)".
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other waste water: sampling qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l mg/l AOX (AOX) 1 - arsenic - 0.1 lead - 0.5 cadmium - 0.2 chromium, total - 0.5 chrome VI 0,1 - copper - 0.5 nickel - 1 Mercury - 0.05 Zinc - 2 cyanide, easily freisetzbar 0.1 - sulfide , easily freisetzbar chlorine - free 0.5 - 1 benzene and derivatives - 1 hydrocarbons, total 20 - (2) the effluent must be mixed only with other effluent for the purpose of the common biological treatment, if it is expected that at least one of the two following conditions is met: 1. toxicity to fish, Leuchtbakterien and Daphnia of a representative sample of wastewater are after performing an Eliminationstestes using a biological laboratory flow wastewater treatment plant (plant such as according to DIN 38412-L 26) following requirements not exceeded : Toxicity to fish GEi = 2, toxicity to Daphnia DG = 4 and toxicity to Leuchtbakterien GL = 4.
Through measures such as nitrification in biological laboratory wastewater treatment plant or pH value constant, it must be ensured that exceeded the value of GEi is not caused by ammonia (NH3). The effluent may be diluted as to retract the biological laboratory wastewater treatment plant. Nutrients can be added to nutrient deficiency. No dilution water may be added during the test phase.
2. a DOC-elimination degree achieves "Analysis and measurement methods" of 75% according to the number of 408 of the plant.
Significant changes, otherwise at least every 2 years is the proof of the compliance with the requirements to run.
Organic complexing 406 "Analysis and measurement methods" not reach system contains the a DOC reduction degree after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number and E sewage dropping requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack in CP systems must not be conveyed a in water, unless it comes from the common treatment of liquid waste from photographic processes of silver halide photography and other areas of origin. The requirement pursuant to sentence 1 as having been observed if proof is provided, that the producers and to suppliers of the delivered waste figures are available, according to which none of the complexing referred to in sentence 1 from usage or auxiliary materials were used, or is that a burn from photographic processes, aqueous waste is fed to.
F for existing discharges for existing discharges of wastewater from requirements the requirements of plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 August 2002 or the construction of which lawfully begun at this time apply for the CSB not for the waste water from the treatment of bilge -, slop - and ballast water, bilge oil acceptance and navigate treatment.

Annex 28 manufacture of paper and paperboard (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1144 - 1145) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the manufacture of paper and paperboard.
(2) this annex does not apply to the waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
B General requirements (1) which is the wastewater pollutant cargo as low to keep, as this is possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by the following measures: 1. waiver of remedies, the Alkylphenolethoxilate (APEOS) contain, 2. waiver of complexing agents, that a degree of DOC degradation do not reach after 28 days of at least 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods", 3. no use to the AOX of contributing wet strength agents , 4. waiver the usage of halogen abspaltender operating and auxiliary materials to reduce odor in the product, 5. optimization of the recirculation of chemicals and wastewater more burdensome processes.
(2) the effluent must not contain organically-bound halogen compounds, benzene, toluene and Xylenes, which come from the use of solvents and cleaning agents.
(3) evidence that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are met, can this provided that the established operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and the use of the substances on the essential has been reduced.
(4) evidence that the requirements are observed pursuant to paragraph 2, can be provided as a result that established operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer does not contain the substances referred to in paragraph 2 or groups.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l kg/t waste filtration bare qualified materials 50 - oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 - nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 10 - phosphorus biochemical total 2 - chemical oxygen demand (COD) - 3 (2) eliminates the requirement for the filtrierbare materials , if the effluent is treated biologically.
(3) in the water approval a higher concentration can be admitted in the production of holzfreier papers for the BOD5 of up to 50 mg / l, if the production-specific BSG5 cargo does not exceed a value of 1 kg / t.
(4) the requirements for nitrogen, total, and for phosphorus, total, apply only if the underlying water admission daily wastewater exceeds 500 m3.
(5) the waste water from the areas comes 1. manufacture of paper, where over 50 percent of the fiber substance deinkt or will be bleached, 2. producing high ausgemahlener papers from pure pulp, 3. production of papers with more than a brand change per day average or 4. producing high full-scale tissue hygienic paper made of pure pulp after the TAD process technology (through air drying), can be admitted by way of derogation from paragraph 1 a higher freight for the cod by up to 5 kg / t.
(6) the production of specific freight values (kg/t) relate to the underlying the water admission capacity of the machine. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) for the waste water before mixing with other wastewater is a value for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 10 g / t in the sample subject to paragraph 2 to comply.
(2) for the AOX No. 3 and 4 in the following areas may be approved in compliance with the requirements under part B paragraph 1 a higher cargo until the following values: wet paper (less than 25% relative wet breakage resistance) wet papers (at least 25% relative wet fracture resistance) decorative papers use of cleaved from halogen to reduce odor sample g/t Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 60 100 100 60 (3) which are production-specific freight values (g/t) on the machine capacity underlying the water approval for the final product. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.

Annex 29 iron and steel production (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1145 - 1147;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from one or more of the following production areas: 1 sintering plants, 2nd generation of pig iron in the blast furnace and slag granulation, 3. pig iron desulfurization, 4. crude steel production, 5 secondary metallurgy, 6 continuous casting, hot forming, 7 hot production of pipes, 8 cold manufacture of band, 9 cold production of pipes, profiles, bright steel, wire, 10 continuous surface processing of semi-manufactured products and semi-finished products made of steel.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from coking plants, as well as for waste water from cooling systems for indirect cooling and from the operation of water treatment.
(3) that are 1 and 2 requirements 1, 4 and 5 and part F number in section C paragraph 1 and 2, part D emission limit values in the sense of § 1 paragraph 2 sentence 1 B General requirements (1) effluent from sintering plants, the desulphurization of pig iron and crude steel production must not be conveyed a into a water body.
(2) the effluent shall contain no organically-bound halogen, derived from solvents and cleaning agents.
(3) the pollutant load is keeping as low as possible through the following measures: 1. extensive recycling of process water from the gas scrubbers and other process water, 2. re-use of process water and cooling water, 3. slag granulation with process water or cooling water, 4 use of the polluted, flowing down from paved surfaces collected rain water, 5 multiple use of flushing water by means of appropriate procedures such as cascade rinse or cycle flushing technology using ion exchange resin , 6 recovery or return appropriate bath ingredients from cleaning in the process baths, 7 reduction of discharge of ingredients of treatment baths of surface finishing by means of appropriate mechanisms such as splash and stripping, 8 bath maintenance to extend the service life by means of appropriate mechanisms such as membrane filtration, ion exchange, or electrolysis.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the waste water from the production areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 are 2 and 5 to 10 for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: manufacturing areas 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l of chemical oxygen demand (COD) 100 50 40 200 200 300 300 down filtration bare substances 30-20 - - - - iron 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 3.0 5.0 5.0 hydrocarbons , total - - 5.0 10 10 10 5.0 nitrite nitrogen (NO2-N) - – – – 5.0 5.0 - phosphorus, total - - - - 2.0 2.0 2.0 fluoride, dissolved - – – – 30 30 - toxicity to fish (GEi) 6 2 2 2 6 6 6 (2) in the pig iron production with bubbles of coal and the production of Foundry pig iron in predominant use of iron-containing secondary raw materials a value of 200 mg applies to the CSB / l. (3) the requirement for the production range 10 for phosphorus , overall, only for surface finishing with integrated phosphating.
(4) the requirements for the hydrocarbons, total, refer to the sample.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water from the production areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 2 and 5 to 10 are provided prior to mixing with other wastewater the following requirements: manufacturing areas 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l lead 0.5 0.5 - - - - 0.5 chrome, total - 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 chrome VI - – – – 0.1 0.1 0.1 copper - - - - - - 0.5 nickel - 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 zinc 2.0 2.0 2.0
2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 Tin - - - - - - slightly freisetzbar 0.4 - - - - - 0.2 AOX (AOX) - - - - - - the requirements to AOX, chromium VI and cyanide, easily 1.0 (2) 2.0 cyanide, freisetzbar, refer to the sample.
(3) in the water approval a higher concentration can be admitted in the production area 2 for the parameter of cyanide, easily freisetzbar by up to 0.8 mg / l, if the production-specific cyanide cargo does not exceed a value of 0.12 g / t.
(4) a value of 0.2 applies for hot wide strip lines by way of derogation from the requirements for the production range 6 chromium, total, and nickel mg/l. (5) for the production of Foundry pig iron in predominant use of iron-containing secondary raw materials is by way of derogation from the requirements for the production range 2 for zinc a value of 4.0 mg / l. E requirements for the waste water for the place of attack (1) that allowed waste water no organic complexing agents include , a DOC reduction degree after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" do not reach.
(2) the request referred to in part B, paragraph 2 must be observed for the location of the attack.
(3) evidence that the requirements of are complied with paragraphs 1 and 2, can this provided that the established operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer, not included in paragraphs 1 and 2 substances or groups of substances.
F requirements for existing discharges (1) for existing discharges of waste water are in part A paragraph 3 to comply with these requirements no later than March 8, 2016. Derogation, the requirements are chemical oxygen demand (COD), phosphorus, total and toxicity compared to maintain fish eggs (GEi) 6 September 2014 after part C of paragraph 1 for the parameter.
(2) for existing discharges of waste water from plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 August 2002 or the construction at this time legitimately started is, wastewater from gas cleaning must fall by way of derogation from part B paragraph 1 in crude steel production. In this case, the following requirements apply: 1 requirements of the effluent to the point of discharge into the waters of qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) mg/l 50 iron 5.0 mg/l toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 2. requirements on the waste water before mixing qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l lead 0.5 chrome, 0.5 nickel 0.5 total zinc 2.0 Annex 31 water treatment , Cooling systems, steam generation (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1147 - 1150;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo chiefly from 1 the preparation of drinking water, swimming and pool water (filling and circulating water) and water, 2 from cooling systems of power plants and cooling systems for indirect cooling industrial and commercial processes and 3 other attack in the steam generation.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the washing of smoke gases from combustion plants, from the wash of smoke or fumes from the incineration and co-incineration of waste and the control of nuclear power plants. He does not apply also for waste water discharges of less than 10 m3 per week. Furthermore, he will not apply for waste water, which accumulates in the emptying of swimming pools and swimming pool.
B General requirements (1) the effluent cannot the following substances and groups of substances that come from the use of operating and auxiliary materials contain: 1 organic complexing agents (except Phosphonate and Polycarboxylate), that a degree of DOC degradation after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" do not reach 2 chromium and mercury compounds, nitrite, organometallic compounds (metal carbon bond) and Mercaptobenzothiazole, 3. zinc compounds from cooling water conditioning equipment out the floodlighting of the main cooling circuits in power plants , 4. antimicrobial active ingredients in fresh water cooling of power stations in the pass.
(2) in the waste water from the fresh water cooling of industrial and commercial processes in the run or flow and power stations in the drain and out the floodlighting of the cooling circuits, antimicrobial active ingredients may be included only after carrying out a shock treatment. The use of hydrogen peroxide or ozone is excluded.
(3) evidence that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are met, can this provided that the established operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer does not contain the substances referred to in paragraph 1 or groups.
(4) in the water approval, the pollutant cargo per parameter, which was present in the water while being removed from a body of water (preload), can be considered as far as the discharged cargo at the introduction into the waters still exists.
(5) in the case of stack basin, any values set in parts C, D and E apply to the sample. The values refer to the nature of the waste water before draining.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge of the effluent are provided for the point of discharge into the waters the following requirements: 1. water treatment a) a value of 50 mg / l in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample applies to the substances in the filterable. This requirement does not apply to the discharge of waste water, which comes from the treatment of water from flowing waters, their drain leading (Q) to the time of collection is greater than the mean sea level (MQ); jerk off whitewater is excluded.
(b) waste water from filter back flushes is due in the treatment process. Excepted from this is filter reverse rinsing water from the treatment of process water from surface, fountain - and Suempfung water, as far as this has been mechanically processed without additives, as well as drinking water and swimming pool water.
(c) for waste water from the treatment to swimming and pool water, a value applies to the chemical oxygen demand (COD) 30 mg / l in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample.
2. cooling systems from flooding of main cooling circuits of power plants (drain flood water from the circulating cooling) from flooding other cooling circuits sample mg/l of chemical oxygen demand (COD) 30 40 after performing a cleaning with dispersants is considered a value of 80. phosphorus compounds as referred to in point 109 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" 1.5 3 be used only inorganic phosphorus compounds, phosphorus, total, apply a value of 3.
Only zinc-free Kühlwasserkonditionierungsmittel used, a value of 4 contain applies the used zinc-free conditioning agents only inorganic phosphorus compounds, a value of 5 is true.
 
3. steam production waste water from other attack points in the steam-generating qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 50 for waste water from the condensate desalination is a value of 80 total phosphorus compounds as phosphorus, 3 nitrogen, total, sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 10 the request for the parameters of nitrogen, total, applies only to power plants with an installed thermal capacity of at least 1 000 MW. One for nitrogen, total, fixed value considered to be complied with, if he is determined and complied with as "full-bound nitrogen (TNb)".
D requirements for the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent provided the following requirements before mixing with other waste water: 1. water treatment qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l sample mg/l arsenic - Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) - 0.1 0.2 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) in waterfront regeneration of ion exchange resins - 1 for the discharge of whitewater jerk off do not apply these requirements.
2. cooling systems with the flooding of other cooling circuits sample mg/l zinc 4 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 0.15 3. steam generation from waste water agencies fit in the steam-generating qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l sample mg/l zinc 1 - chrome, 0.5 total - 0.1 lead cadmium 0.05 - 0.5 - copper - nickel 0.5 - vanadium 4 - hydrazine - 2 chlorine free - 0.2 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) - 0.5 E requirements of wastewater for the place of the seizure (1) the waste water from a the following areas following demands are made after a shock treatment with mikrobiziden agents: waste water from the fresh water cooling of industrial and commercial processes and power plants in the flow from flooding of the main cooling circuits of power plants (drain flood water from the circulating cooling) from flooding other cooling circuits sample Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) mg/l 0.15 0.15 0.5 chlorine dioxide and other oxidants (expressed as chlorine) mg/l 0.2 0.3 0.3 toxicity compared to Leuchtbakterien (G(tief)L) - 12 12 (2), the requirement on the toxicity to Leuchtbakterien GL also as having been observed if the flooding closed so long, until a GL value of 12 or less is reached according to the manufacturer's instructions on concentration and degradation behavior and this is demonstrated in the operation journal.
F for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water from plants for the treatment of swimming pool or pool water (water cycle), that were lawful in operation before 1 August 2002 or whose construction at this time legitimately started is, only the requirements requirements for part B and C.

Annex 32 processing of rubber and hybrid, manufacture and processing of rubber (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1150 - 1151) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo comes primarily from one or more of the following areas: 1. processing of solid rubber 1.1 rubber compounds, blanks and rubber solutions, 1.2 articles from the extrusion, 1.3 rubber and rubber-metal articles in moulds, 1.4 rubberized fabric and other reinforcements , 1.5 tire;
2. processing of LaTeX.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the treatment of metal parts before binding with rubber, indirect cooling systems, from back coating of textile floor coverings and other flat materials and from the operation of water treatment.
(3) waste water discharges of less than 1 m3 sewage per day applies only part B of this annex. Part B applies to the place of the seizure of the wastewater.
B General requirements for that pollutant cargo as small to keep, as this is possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by the following measures: 1. use water-saving procedures for direct cooling of the rubber compounds including an aqueous release agents order related, 2. use of wastewater-free procedure for cleaning the internal mixers (Kneader), 3 application of water-saving procedure when washing and cleaning of rubber products , 4. reduction of the effluent treatment by mechanical separation of salt buildup after the salt bath vulcanisation, 5 multiple use of water when the moulds and thorn cleaning, 6. use water-saving techniques in the treatment of exhaust air to the areas of application of rubber solutions, rubberized fabrics and other strength in the areas of application 1.1 and 1.4, 7 wastewater-free floor cleaning in the scope of application 1.1, 8 prevention of high molecular weight, water soluble release agents (Poly-glycols), the a DOC elimination level after 7 days of 80 percent according to the number of 408 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" do not reach.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) 25 mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 150 mg/l nitrogen, total, total sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 20 mg/l phosphorus, mg/l 2 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) for waste water from the salt bath vulcanisation a concentration value applies in addition to nitrite nitrogen (NO2-N) by 3 mg / l. D
The waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water demands will be made before mixing with other wastewater following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample Zinc 2 mg/l lead 0.5 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 1 the requirements of the AOX shall apply to the sample.
(2) para 1 a concentration value of 0.1 mg / l, applies waste water from the fields 1.1 and 1.4 to part A for benzene and derivatives for waste water out the floodlighting of direct cooling water circuits for the toxicity to Leuchtbakterien GL, a dilution factor of GL = 12 in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample.

Annex 33 laundering of gases from the combustion of waste (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1150 - 1151;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from smoke or fumes from the laundry, from the incineration and co-incineration of waste within the meaning of article 42 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) (OJ L 334 of the 17.12.2010, p. 17) arise.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste from other industrial flue gas wash cycle cooling systems of power plants and industrial processes, from other points of attack for steam generation, as well as from the removal of flue gases from combustion plants.
(B) General requirements waste water from home waste incineration flue gas cleaning must not be conveyed into a water body.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) - use of quicklime 80 - use of limestone 150 sulphate 2 000 sulphite 20 fluoride, solved 30 toxicity compared to fish eggs (GEi) 2 (2) by way of derogation of § 6 section 3 of the cod value is also complied , if the triple value of the TOC, determined in milligrams per litre, this value does not exceed. By way of derogation from article 6, paragraph 1 is the maximum allowable excess for all parameters of 50 percent. The requirements apply to the chemical oxygen demand after deduction of the CSB preload listed with the usage water.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other waste water: 24-hour composite sample mercury 0.03 mg/l cadmium mg/l 0,05 thallium 0.05 mg/l arsenic mg/l 0.15 lead 0.1 mg/l chromium, 0.5 mg/l total copper mg/l 0.5 nickel 0.5 mg/l zinc mg/l 1.0 dioxins and furans as the sum of the individual , calculated according to annex VI Part 2 of Directive 2010/75/dioxins and furans ng/l 0.3 (2) off filtration bare substances must in the 24-hour composite sample a value of 30 mg / l in 95% of the measurements and a value of 45 mg / l for all measurements do not exceed; Article 6, paragraph 1 does not apply.
(3) for the parameters referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, the total cargo in the water approval is in 24-hour limit. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration levels of the 24-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
(4) by way of derogation from article 6, paragraph 1 the values with the heavy metals considered complied, if the values exceed not more than once per year or more than 20 sampling year in no more than 5 percent of cases. By way of derogation from article 6, paragraph 1 the value for dioxins and furans do not exceed, if only two measurements are carried out in a year.
E provided no additional requirements requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack on the wastewater for the location of the attack.
F requirements for existing discharges (1) for existing discharges of waste water from home waste incineration plants, flue gas cleaning were before 1 August 2002 in operating legally or legitimately started the construction at this time, is part of B not applicable as far as the waste generated during the operation of the flue gas purification system can be recycled properly and hold harmless or in any other way welfare compatible eliminated. In this case apply part C and D and in addition the following requirements: Cadmium 15 cargo in milligrams per waste of ton of mercury 9 chromium, total 150 nickel 150 150 copper lead 30 300 zinc sulfide, easy freisetzbar 60 (2) the cargo cover size waste refers to the underlying the water communication capacity of the House waste incineration plant.
(3) by way of derogation from article 6, paragraph 1 is the maximum allowable excess for all parameters of 50 percent. The pollutant load (mg/d) is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.

Annex 36 manufacture of hydrocarbons (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1153 - 1154;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from following areas of production of hydrocarbons: 1st generation of certain hydrocarbons, in the major olefin hydrocarbons with 2 to 4 carbon atoms as well as benzene, toluene and Xylenes from petroleum products by cracking under aid of steam (Steamcracking), 2nd generation of pure hydrocarbons or certain mixtures of hydrocarbons from petroleum products by means of physical separation methods , 3. conversion of hydrocarbons in other hydrocarbons through the chemical process of hydrogenation, dehydrogenation, alkylation, de alkylation, Hydrodealkylierung, isomerization and Disproportionation.
This includes also the process for the manufacturing plants with hydrocarbons coming in contact with rainwater.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the production of pure paraffins from Paraffingatschen, petroleum, indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the discharge of waste water are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 overall as the sum of ammonium, nitrogen qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 120 nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 25 phosphorus, total 1.5 hydrocarbons, 2 (2) for the CSB total can a concentration up to 190 mg / l in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample be allowed , if a central wastewater treatment plant reduces the cod freight by at least 80 percent. The reduction of CSB cargo refers to the ratio of the CSB cargo in the flow of gravity separator to those of the process of biological wastewater treatment plant in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed.
(3) for nitrogen, total, a higher concentration is allowed when a central wastewater treatment plant reduces the nitrogen load by at least 75 percent. The reduction of the nitrogen load refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the flow of gravity separator to those of the process of biological wastewater treatment plant in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
D the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent demands will be made prior to mixing with other wastewater following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l mg/l AOX (AOX) - sample 0.1 phenol index after distillation and dye extraction 0.15 - benzene and derivatives 0.05 - sulfide, easily freisetzbar 0.6 - the hydrocarbon production includes the production of Ethylbenzene, and Cumene, applies to the AOX a value of 0.15 mg / l. E requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack In the Waste water from the ethyl benzene and Cumolherstellung is a value of 1 mg / l in the sample for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) to comply.

Annex 37 manufacturing inorganic pigments (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1154 - 1155;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the manufacture of inorganic pigments in the following areas: 1 lead and zinc pigments, 2. cadmium pigments, 3. Lithopone, zinc sulfide pigments and precipitated barium sulfate, 4. silicate fillers, 5 iron oxide pigments, 6 chrome oxide pigments, 7 mixing phase pigments, pigment - and color solids mixtures and fries.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste from the manufacture of highly disperse oxides and phonogram pigments as well as from indirect cooling systems, and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: areas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample of chemical oxygen demand (COD) mg/l 100 150 100-70-100 kg / t - 0.6 4 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) mg/l - 10 - sulfate kg/t - 600 1 600 1 200 - sulphite mg/l - 20-20 - iron kg / t -.
0.5 - toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 (2) is the pollutant load from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and determines from the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
(3) in the case of the iron oxide pigment production (section 5), the requirement is for sulphate for the manufacture of the Fäll - and the procedure of Penniman. After the aniline process, a value of 40 kg / t applies sulphate for the production. The requirement for iron is for technical iron oxides and iron oxide pigments. A value of 1 kg / t applies to transparent and high-purity iron oxide pigments for iron D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided before mixing with other wastewater following requirements: areas 1 2 3 5 6 7 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample aniline kg / t - 0.2 - mg/l - 2 barium - lead kg / chrome t 0.04 - cadmium mg/l - 0.01 - kg/t - 0.15 - , total 0.02 mg/l - 0.5 kg/t 0.03 -
-Cobalt mg/l - 1 copper mg/l - 0.5 nickel mg/l - 0.5 sulfide, easily releasable mg/l - 1 - zinc mg/l 2 2 2 - 0.5 (2) in the iron oxide pigment production (area 5) only applies to the requirement of paragraph 1 for aniline production accordance with aniline.
(3) production-specific cargo (kg/t) in the production of cadmium pigments calculated on the amount of cadmium.
(4) the pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.

Annex 38 textile manufacture, textile finishing (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1155 - 1157)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the commercial and industrial processing and processing of textile fibres and yarns and textile finishing.
(2) this annex does not apply to sewage 1 from the washing of raw wool, 2 of the photo - and Galvanikbereich (E.g. preparation of printing stencils and cylinders), 3 from the chemical cleaning of textiles using solvents with halogenated hydrocarbons in accordance with the second Ordinance on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act in the currently valid version, 4 from the operating water treatment and from indirect cooling systems.
(3) wastewater per day only part B as well as the requirements for the CSB discharge of less than 5 m3 to apply part C of this annex.
B General requirements which is pollutant cargo as low to keep, as this is possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by the following measures: 1 edit and reinserting the wash water from the printer, that ceiling pressure washing and cleaning of the pressure container (templates, rollers, chassis, attaching bucket, etc.) incurred, 2. waiver of synthetic finishing, that do not reach a DOC degree of elimination after 7 days of 80 percent according to the number of 408 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" , 3. waiver of organic complexing agents, that do not reach a degree of DOC degradation after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods". The use of phosphonates, polyacrylates and maleic acid copolymers for the textile finishing, 4. waiver of surfactants that do not attain a degree of DOC elimination after 7 days of 80 percent according to the number of 408 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" is excluded. Surfactants are organic surface-active agents, washing and wetting properties, at a concentration of 0.5% and a temperature of 20 ° C the surface tension of distilled water to 0.045 N/m or less minimize, 5. waiver of chlorierende pressure pretreatment of wool and wool mixed substrates, 6 renunciation of the use of Alkylphenolethoxilaten (APEOS) except for polymer dispersions, which remain 99 percent on textile fabrics are applied , 7 minimize of the amount and retention or reuse by: 7.1 synthetic sizing agents of desizing, 7.2 rest color block fleets, 7.3 rest equipment logs fleets, 7.4 remaining fleets of coating and laminating, 7.5 rest fleets from the backing of textile floor coverings and other flat materials, 7.6 residual printing pastes, 8 treatment of partial currents listed in paragraph 7 below, if reuse is not possible, by procedure, in which an elimination of the cod or TOC by at least 80 percent or , is guaranteed for color block fleets of rest of and residual printing pastes, the coloring by at least 95 percent.
The proof of the compliance with the General requirements is to provide in a waste water cadastre.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 mg/l phosphorus, sampling or 2-hour composite sample qualified chemical oxygen demand (COD) 160 mg/l total mg/l 2 ammonium nitrogen (NH4-N) 10 mg/l nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) mg/l 20 sulphite mg/l 1 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 coloring : Spectral absorption coefficient at 436 nm (yellow area) m-1 7 525 nm (red area) m-1 5-620 nm (blue area) m-1 3 the requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, total, apply at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant.
(2) the requirement for phosphorus, total, does not apply to the waste water from the use of organic phosphorus compounds flame fixed equipment.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other waste water: sampling or 2-hour composite sample mg/l AOX (AOX) qualified 0.5 sulfide, easy freisetzbar 1 chromium, total 0.5 nickel 0.5 0.5 copper zinc 2 Tin 2 the requirement to the AOX is for the sample.
(2) wastewater from the following fields may contain no higher pollutant cargo as the cargo arising from the following concentration values and the wastewater flow rate derived from the part B: total chromium, copper nickel mg/l mg/l mg/l residual color block fleets 0.5 0.5 0.5 Färbeflotten by more than 3% pull-out dyes and less than 70% fix rate 0.5 0.5 0.5 residual printing pastes, not reusable 0.5 0.5 0.5 is the proof of the compliance with the requirements to provide in a waste water cadastre.
(3) a concentration of hydrocarbons is overall to keep from 20 mg / l in the case of the continuous pretreatment of active / knit fabrics of synthetic fibres or fibre mixtures with synthetic fiber predominating in the wastewater.
Requirements for the waste water for the place of attack (1) that allowed waste water does not contain E 1 bleach chlorine-organic carrier (Färbebeschleuniger), 2. chloro-splitting, except sodium chlorite bleach of synthetic fibers, 3 free chlorine from the usage of sodium chlorite, 4. arsenic, mercury and their connections and organotin compounds used as a preservative, 5 Alkylphenolethoxilate (APEOS) from washing and cleaning agents, 6 chromium VI compounds from the use as an oxidizer for sulfur dyes and VAT dyes , 7 EDTA, DTPA, and Phosphonate from use as a softener in the water, 8 not used, unused remnants of chemicals, dyes and Textile auxiliaries and 9 residual printing pastes in print ware when you print.
(2) the effluent must contain only those free of halogenated solvents, which after the second regulation on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act of 10 December 1990 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2694) may be used in dry-cleaning. This requirement applies as having been observed if proof is provided that only approved halogenated hydrocarbons are used.
(3) the concentration of hexavalent Chromium in the wastewater must not exceed a value of 0.1 mg / l in the sample. Article 6, paragraph 1 does not apply.
(4) evidence that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are met, can this provided that the established operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer does not contain the substances referred to in paragraph 1 or groups.
F requirements for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water from plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 June 2000 or the construction at this time legitimately started is, following different requirements apply: 1. the requirements of part D section 2 for the Färbeflotten by more than 3 per cent pull-out dyes and less than 70% fix rate, as well as part E para 1 No. 9 shall not apply.
2 a value of 1 mg / l in the sample applies the AOX by way of derogation from part D para 1.
3 a value of 1 mg / l applies to copper by way of derogation from part D para 1 and 2.

Annex 39 non-ferrous production (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1157 - 1159;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo in the main by-products while incurred in the lead, copper, zinc, aluminium, and the from the manufacture and the casting of non-ferrous metals and semi-finished production originates.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the production of ferro alloys, manufacture and pouring other than the non-ferrous metals referred to in paragraph 1 as well as from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
B General requirements for that pollutant cargo as small to keep, as this is possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by the following measures: 1. extensive recycling of washing and cooling water, and Daisy, for example by cooling water, 2 multiple use of recycled waste water and use of rainwater with suitable applications, 3. separation finds by not treatment wastewater streams, 4. avoiding water-intensive process technologies as well as 5 use of low-emission operating and auxiliary materials.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: production and casting of non-ferrous metals lead, copper, zinc, and secondary products and semi-finished production alumina production
Aluminium smelting casting of aluminium and aluminium semi-finished production qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample of chemical oxygen demand (COD) kg/t 1.5 0.5 0.3 0.5 iron kg / t 0.1 - hydrocarbons, kg/t - 0.02 0.05 kg of aluminium / t - total 0.009 0.02 - fluoride, dissolved kg/t - 0.3 0.3 toxicity to fish (GEi) 4 - (2) the production-specific freight values (kg/t) relate to the underlying water admission capacity of lead , Copper, zinc, aluminum and by-products. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) the waste water from the production and the casting of non-ferrous metals lead, copper, zinc, and by-products, as well as semi-finished production are provided before mixing with other wastewater following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l cadmium 0.2 0.05 mercury zinc 1 lead 0.5 copper 0.5 arsenic 0.1 nickel 0.5 thallium 1 chrome, total 1 silver 0.1 0.5 cobalt Tin 2 sulfide , easily freisetzbar 1 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) 1 for sulfide, easily releasable and AOX apply the values for the sample.
(2) If on lead, copper, zinc and by-products production capacity underlying the water approval: more than 10 tons per day, those freight values resulting from the application of the measures for reducing the pollutant load from part B apply in addition to the requirements for the concentration of pollutants referred to in paragraph 1. This following production-specific freight values are: production specific cargo g/t cadmium 3 mercury 1 zinc 30 lead 15 copper 10 arsenic 2 nickel 15 total chrome, 10 (3) the production-specific freight values (g/t) relate to the underlying admission production capacity of lead, copper, zinc and by-products. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
(4) by way of derogation from article 6, paragraph 1, a maximum allowable exceedances for cadmium and mercury is 50 percent.
E requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack (1) waste water from manufacturing and the casting of non-ferrous metals lead, copper, zinc and by-products, as well as production of semi-finished products allowed at the site of the attack in the sample a value of 0.1 mg / l chromium VI and cyanide, easily freisetzbar, a value of 0.1 mg / l do not exceed. Article 6, paragraph 1 does not apply.
(2) waste water from the exhaust air treatment of chlorine refining of aluminium may only be initiated if the substances break down usage of chlorine and chlorine and of fresh water is kept as low as possible. These are to comply with the following requirements: chlorine, free sample 0.5 mg / l of hexachlorobenzene (HCB) qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample 0.003 mg / l AOX (AOX) sample 1 mg / l for hexachlorobenzene is a production-specific cargo value of 0.3 mg per ton chlorierend-treated aluminium (alloy) to comply.

Annex 40 metal processing, metal processing (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1159 - 1162;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the following areas of origin including its before -, intermediate - and post-treatment: 1. electroplating, 2. Beizerei, 3. Anodisierbetrieb, 4. Brüniererei, 5 hot dip galvanizing plant, Feuerverzinnerei, 6 heat treatment, 7 PCB manufacturing, 8 battery manufacturing, 9 enameling operation, 10 mechanical workshop, 11 mechanical grinding, 12 painting operation.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment as well as for rainwater.
B General requirements which is pollutant cargo as low as possible through the following measures: 1. treatment of process baths using appropriate techniques such as membrane filtration, ion exchange, electrolysis, thermal processes, to achieve a long service life of the process baths, 2. retention of bath ingredients using suitable techniques like low-spreading goods, Splash Guard, optimized bath composition, 3 multiple use of water by means of appropriate mechanisms such as cascade rinsing , Circuit flushing technology using ion exchanger, 4. recovery or back carry appropriate bath ingredients from cleaning in the process baths, 5 recovery of ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) and their salts from chemical copper baths and their cleaning.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the waste water from one of the areas of origin referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: origin areas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample aluminium mg/l 3 3 3 - 2 3 3 3 ammonium nitrogen mg/l 100 30 - 30 30 50 50 50 20 30 - chemical oxygen demand (COD) mg/l 400 100 100
200 200 400 600 200 100 400 400 300 iron mg/l 3 3-3 3 - 3 3 3 3 3 3 fluoride mg/l 50 20 50-50 - 50-50 30 - nitrite nitrogen mg/l - solved 5 5 5-5 - 5 5 - hydrocarbons, total mg/l 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 phosphorus, mg/l 2 total 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 toxicity to fish (GEi) 6 4
2 6 6 6 6 6 4 6 6 6 (2) the request to hydrocarbons refers to the sample.
(3) in the case of the plating of glass is only the request for the toxicity to fish by CFI = 2 D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water from one in part A paragraph 1 referred to areas of origin are provided before mixing with other waste water subject to the following requirements of the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 5: origin areas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample AOX mg/l 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 arsenic mg/l 0.1 - 0.1 0.1 - mg/l - 2 barium - lead mg/l 0.5 - 0.5 - 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 - 0.5 cadmium mg/l 0.2 - 0.1 - 0.2 0.2 0.1 - 0.2 kg / t 0,3-1,5 - chlorine, free mg/l 0.5 0.5 - 0.5 - 0.5 - 0.5 - chromium, total mg/l 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 - 0.5 - 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 chrome VI mg/l 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 - 0.1 - 0.1 0.1 - 0.1 cyanide , easily releasable mg/l 0.2 1 0.2 - 0.2 - cobalt mg/l - 1-1 - copper mg/l 0.5 0.5 - 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 nickel 0.5 mg/l 0.5 - 0.5 - 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 mercury mg/l - 0.05 - kg/t - 0.03 - selenium mg/l - 1 - silver mg/l 0.1 - 0.1 0.1 - sulfide, easy freisetzbar mg/l 1 1-1 - 1 1 1 - Tin mg/l 2-2 - 2-2 - zinc mg/l 2 2 2 – 2 – 2 2
2 2 2 (2) the requirements to AOX and chlorinated, free and all requirements for batch installations refer to the sample. For chemical reductive deposition of Nickel nickel applies to a value of 1 mg / l (3) in the plating of glass only the requirements apply to copper and nickel.
(4) in the case of primary cell production (origin section 8) a value of 0.1 applies to cadmium mg/l. (5) that request to AOX in the origin field of electroplating and mechanical workshops is also complied, if 1 that no organic halogen compounds in the production of water displacement, used hydraulic oils and Befettungsmittel, 2. that no higher pollution by organohalogen compounds and chlorine has used hydrochloric acid in production and at the waste water treatment , as according to DIN EN 939 (April 2000 issue) of hydrochloric acid for the treatment of process water is permitted, the iron used in the wastewater treatment and aluminum salts no higher loading of organic halogen compounds exhibit 3. than 100 milligrams, 4. to examine the possibility in the case of a relative to one kilogram of iron and aluminium in the treatment resources used,) cyanidische baths with cyanide-free are replaced, b) cyanide without the use of sodium hypochlorite are detoxified and c) only coolants are used , where organic halogen compounds are not included.
(6) the requirements as production-specific freight values in the table of paragraph 1 relate to the specific amount of the cadmium or mercury column 1 for cadmium and column 8 for cadmium and mercury. They are complied with, if the requirements of part B and part E, paragraph 2 or 4 as well as the respective concentration values for cadmium or mercury of columns 1 and 2 of the table in paragraph 1 are not exceeded.
Requirements for the waste water for the place of attack (1) that allowed waste water containing only those free of halogenated solvents E may be used after the second Ordinance on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act in the currently valid version. This requirement is also considered met if proof is provided that only approved halogenated solvents are used. The rest is for VHH (sum of 1.1.1 trichloroethane, trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, dichloromethane - calculated as chlorine) a value of 0.1 mg / l in the sample to comply.
(2) for quecksilberhaltiges wastewater, a value of 0.05 mg / l mercury in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample is to comply with.
(3) the waste water from degreasing baths, unloading metallization baths and nickel baths must contain no EDTA.
(4) for the waste water from cadmium-containing bathrooms including rinsing, a value of 0.2 mg / l cadmium in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample is to comply with.
(5) the place of the seizure of wastewater is the sequence of the pretreatment plant for the respective parameter.

Annex 41 production and processing of glass and artificial mineral fibres (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1162 - 1163;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the manufacture and processing of glass and artificial mineral fibres including editing.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and operating water treatment, as well as the galvanizing of glass and the machining of optical glasses in points of sale for the purpose of adaptation to eyeglass frames.
(3) that in part C, paragraphs 1 and 2 as well as part D paragraph 1 number 1 sentence 3, number 2 and paragraph 2 4 and 5 of the mentioned requirements are number emission limit values within the meaning of § 1 paragraph 2 sentence 1 B General requirements (1) in addition to the requirements following general requirements according to § 3 apply to the reduction of water consumption: leaks and losses are 1 to avoid as much as possible , 2 cooling water and rinse water to use again after treatment, 3. is water to lead in largely closed loops.
(2) the effluent may include no halogenated hydrocarbons, obtained from materials and additives such as cooling lubricants. The proof that halogenated hydrocarbons are not included in the waste water, can be provided as a result that manufacturers figures are available, according to which the used usage or auxiliary materials contain no halogenated hydrocarbons.
(3) the waste water must not contain the following: 1. grinding sludge from the mechanical processing of glass, special glass, optical glass and flat glass, 2. etching sludges from chemical surface treatment of glass, special glass and optical glass, 3. silber-and copper-containing sludge from the silver and copper plating of flat glass.
(4) for chemical surface treatment of optical glass, lead glass and special glass, no wastewater may apply from the exhaust gas washing.
(5) in the case of the production of mineral fibres, no wastewater may be derived from the exhaust wash.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: sample mg/l qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l from filtration bare substances 30 - chemical oxygen demand (COD) - 130 sulphate - 1 0001 fluoride, dissolved - 6.02 hydrocarbons, gesamt3 15 - Ammoniumstickstoff4 - 10 _ 1 derogation applies to systems in which only an acid polishing takes place , for sulphate a value of 3 000 mg/l. 2 by way of derogation from a value of 30 mg applies to systems where only an acid polishing takes place, as well as for investment, in which opal glass, produced or edited for fluoride, dissolved, / l. 3 the parameter applies only to hydrocarbons which contain no fluoride, and only in installations where compressed air condensates treated or cooling lubricant used.
4. the parameter only applies to installations for the production and processing of mineral fibres.
(2) the pH of the effluent must at the point of discharge into the waters do not fall below a value of 6.5 and not exceed a value of 9.0. Article 6, paragraph 1 does not apply.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) the waste water from the mechanical processing with regard to lead glass, special glass, optical glass, flat glass are made before mixing with other wastewater the following requirements: 1. wastewater is to lead, as far as it does not apply when operating by hand grinding equipment in the circuit. Wastewater may be initiated only as far as it closed at recirculation through procrastination and Verspritzung or the complete renewal of the circuit on the occasion of prolonged inactivity (E.g. operating holiday), maintenance, cleaning and production changes is essential or at Abspreng - and grinding machines, it is not possible to be a circulation due to adverse effects on the machinery. Wastewater discharged, the following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l arsenic 0.3 0.3 antimony barium 3.0 lead 0.3 2.
Materials or additives used, the following heavy metals containing one or more, the following requirements for the waste water: sampling or 2-hour composite sample mg/l copper 0.3 nickel qualified 0.5 chrome total 0.3 cadmium 0.05 Zinn1 0.5 Zink2 0.5 Bor3 3.0 _ 1 of the parameter only applies to systems in which a Heißendvergütung with tin compounds is operated.
2 the parameter only applies to systems in which zinc Selenite is used for the discoloration of glass.
3 the parameter applies only in installations where borosilicate glass is produced or processed. Plants that produce less than 20 t / d, or edit the mentioned value does not apply. In these cases, the boron emissions are technically as far as possible to reduce.
3. (dropped out) (2) of the effluent from the chemical surface treatment in the area of leaded glass, special glass, optical glass before mixing with other wastewater following requirements provided: 1. for lead and arsenic a cargo valued at 50 g / t is valid, based on the use of hydrofluoric acid (HF).
2. a cargo valued at 250 g / t applies for companies with acid consumption by less than 1t hr (100%) in 4 weeks for lead and arsenic used HF.
3. the requirements according to paragraphs 1 and 2 a hydrofluoric acid use in 4 weeks prior to sampling (HF) in tons, a concentration of acid in % (P) related to the pollutant concentration in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample (C) in grams per cubic meter, a waste water fit in the 4 weeks prior to sampling (Q) in cubic meters. The specific pollutant load (F) is calculated according to the formula: F = (C x Q x 100) /(HF x P) 4.
A concentration value of 3.0 mg / l in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample applies to barium.
5. materials or additives used, the following heavy metals containing one or more, the following requirements for the waste water: sampling or 2-hour composite sample mg/l copper 0.3 nickel qualified 0.5 chrome total 0.3 cadmium 0.05 Zinn1 0.5 Zink2 0.5 Bor3 3.0 _ 1 of the parameter only applies to systems in which a Heißendvergütung with tin compounds is operated.
2 the parameter only applies to systems in which zinc Selenite is used for the discoloration of glass.
3 the parameter applies only in installations where borosilicate glass is produced or processed. Plants that produce less than 20 t / d, or edit the mentioned value does not apply. In these cases, the boron emissions are technically as far as possible to reduce.
(3) a value of 6.0 mg / m2 copper, 3.0 mg / m2 silver and 30 mg / m2 zinc applies for the waste water from the silver and copper plating of flat glass (mirror manufacturing), calculated based on the production capacity of glass surface per hour. The production-specific freight values refer to the capacity underlying the water approval. The pollutant cargo per hour is determined from the pollutant concentration (qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample) and the wastewater flow rate per hour.
E requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack are in part B paragraph 3, 4 and 5 requirements referred to to comply with for the location of the attack.
F requirements for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water are under part A paragraph 3 to comply with these requirements no later than March 8, 2016. Derogation requirements are chemical oxygen demand (COD) from part C of paragraph 1 for the parameter 6 September 2014 to comply.

Annex 42 alkali chloride electrolysis (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1164 - 1165;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope
(1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from alkali chloride electrolysis.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment and melting River electrolysis of sodium chloride and alkali chloride electrolysis to produce Alkoxides.
B General requirements is wastewater from alkali chloride electrolysis operating unit as far as technical reasons possible in the production process.
C requirements wastewater for the point of discharge of the effluent are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) mg/l 50 toxicity compared to fish eggs (GEi) 2 D requirements for the waste water before mixing the waste water before mixing with other wastewater no requirements provided.
E requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack (1) Mercury and asbestos from use as operating or excipient in the production process may be not contained in wastewater. These requirements apply also as having been observed if mercury and asbestos not be used in the operating unit "Alkali chloride electrolysis" as operating or excipient in the production process.
(2) the effluent may contain not more than 2.5 mg / l AOX and 0.2 mg / l free chlorine in the sample.
F requirements for existing discharges I. existing discharges from facilities after the amalgam procedure (1) by way of derogation from part C of the effluent from facilities after the amalgam process to the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements provided: chemical oxygen demand (COD) mg/l 50 skilled mercury, sample or 2-hour composite sample total mg/l 1 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) by way of derogation from part D are 0.05 g / t 0.3 sulfide, easily releasable mg/l in the effluent from the operating unit of alkali chloride electrolysis the amalgam process before mixing with other wastewater following requirements: Mercury, 0.04 g / t qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample AOX total 3.5 mg / l sample (3) the requirements for mercury as a production-specific freight values refer to the chlorine production capacity in 24 hours.
(4) part E does not apply.
II. existing discharges from facilities under the diaphragm procedure (1) by way of derogation from part C of the effluent from plants using the diaphragm for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements provided: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample chemical oxygen demand (COD) 130 mg/l toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) derogation from part D following demands are placed on the wastewater from the operating unit of alkali chloride electrolysis under the diaphragm procedure before mixing with other waste water : AOX 3 mg / l sample (3) part E does not apply.

Annex 43 manufacture of man-made fibres, films and sponge cloth according to the procedure of viscose and cellulose acetate fibres (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1165 - 1166;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from one or more of the following areas of production including the associated precursors: 1. viscose filament yarn, 2. synthetic gut and sponge cloth, taffeta, 3. regenerated cellulose, 4. cellulose acetate fiber.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
B General requirements (1) which is to keep them as low pollutant cargo is possible like this after checking the conditions in individual cases by the following measures: 1. use water-saving techniques for washing and cleaning processes (E.g. coils laundry, cable laundry, filter cloth linen) such as counter-current washing and recirculation, 2. condensation of vapour (E.g. for spinning bath processing) by indirectly cooling or cooling tower circulation, 3. use of waste water-free procedure for vacuum generation, 4. reduction of spinning bad losses (E.g. in the gutter flushing) , 5. reprocessing and return of excess lye, 6 recycling and re-use of acetic acid and acetone in the manufacture of cellulose acetate fiber, 7 use of pulp, a higher content of organically bound halogens, measured as AOX (according to DIN 38414, part 18 (issue November 1989)) 150 g / t pulp 9 use of preparations containing 8 use of bleach baths, which do not contain chlorine or chlorine-releasing agents, , the a DOC elimination degree after 7 days of 80 percent according to the number 408 "Analysis and measurement methods" achieve investment or retention, reuse, separate disposal or treatment of fresh preparations from applying to fibers or films from the piecing station and from the supply lines.
(2) proof that the request to bleach baths is not exceeded, can be provided as a result that the used bleach baths in an operation journal are listed and demonstrates their use and manufacturer specifications are available, that in the bleach baths chlorine or chlorine releasing funds are not included.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: areas 1 2 3 4 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample of chemical oxygen demand (COD) kg/t 20 20 50 2 biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) mg/l 25 25 25 25 nitrogen , overall, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) mg/l 10 50 10 10 phosphorus, mg/l 2 total 2 2 2 sulfide, easily releasable mg/l 0.3 0.3 0.3 - toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 2 2 2 (2) production-specific freight for the cod (kg/t) calculated on the production capacity of organic products of the target underlying the water approval. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water from one of the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements before mixing with other wastewater: manufacturing areas 1 2 3 4 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample zinc mg/l 1 - copper g/t - 7 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) g/t 40 30 30 8 (2) for AOX apply the values for the sample.
(3) a production-specific freight for zinc of 8 kg / t in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample applies waste water from the coils linen, cable, spinning and spinning bad preparation for the production of viscose filament yarn.
(4) the production of specific freight values (g/t, kg/t) refers to the production capacity of organic products of the target underlying the water approval. The pollutant load is determined by the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample, at AOX from the sample and from the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
Requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack that allowed waste water from washing and cleaning contain only organic complexing E, that achieve a degree of DOC degradation after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods".
F for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water from the coils linen, cable, spinning and spinning bath treatment for the production of viscose filament yarn a production-specific cargo value of 12 kg / t zinc in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample applies to requirements by way of derogation from part D the production process with integrated Fadenwäsche in the spinning machine.

Annex 45 oil processing (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1166 - 1167;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the processing of petroleum (crude oil) or its products in refineries. These include also partial or exclusive production of lubricating oil refineries.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from the production of hydrocarbons, indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 overall as the sum of ammonium, nitrogen qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 80 nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 40 phosphorus, total 1.5 hydrocarbons, 2 (2) for the CSB total can be approved by 100 mg / l in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample a concentration , if a central wastewater treatment plant reduces the cod freight by at least 80 percent. The reduction of CSB cargo refers to the ratio of the CSB cargo in the flow of gravity separator to those of the process of biological wastewater treatment plant in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed.
(3) for nitrogen, total, a higher concentration is allowed when a central wastewater treatment plant reduces the nitrogen load by at least 75 percent. The reduction of the nitrogen load refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the flow of gravity separator to those of the process of biological wastewater treatment plant in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
(4) in addition to the requirements according to the paragraphs 1 to 3 the pollutant load are set, arising from the concentration values specified there and a specific wastewater seizure of 0.5 m3/t usage product. For the production of lubricating oil, a specific wastewater seizure of 1.3 m3/t of product usage is to be based.
D the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water demands will be made prior to mixing with other wastewater following requirements: qualified after distillation and dye extraction 0.1 sulfide, sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l phenol index 0.15 Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) easily freisetzbar 0.6 cyanide, easily freisetzbar 0.1 for AOX and cyanide requirements for the sample.
(2) in addition to the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 pollutant load are set, resulting from the concentration values specified there and a specific wastewater seizure of 0.5 m3/t usage product. For the production of lubricating oil, a specific wastewater seizure of 1.3 m3/t of product usage is to be based.
E requirements for the waste water for the place of attack for waste water from the final waxing is a value of 0.5 mg / l in the sample for the adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) to comply.

Annex 46 coal coking (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1167 - 1168;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the carbonization of bituminous coal.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from the processing of carbon materials such as tar, Phenolatlauge, raw phenol oil and crude benzene as well as from indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(3) you are emission limit values requirements referred to in section C paragraph 1 and part D paragraph 1 within the meaning of § 1 paragraph 2 sentence 1 B General requirements (1) the wet removal of coke is to minimize the amount of fresh water used and to reuse the water as much as possible. Other process water may be used only if in these concentration values of the tables in part C are not exceeded (1) and paragraph 1 D.
(2) activated sludge from the wastewater treatment plant, in which wastewater is treated according to part A paragraph 1, is to feed the coal supply of the coking plant.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample g/t mg/l biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 9.0 20 chemical oxygen demand (COD) - 220 nitrogen, total, nitrogen (TNb) 12 - phosphorus bound as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 9.0 of 35 total , total - 2.0 (2) for the chemical oxygen demand (COD) is an expiration value in the qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample to establish, which corresponds to a reduction of the CSB at least 90 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of the CSB cargo in the feed of those in the process of wastewater treatment plant in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed.
(3) the production of specific freight values (g/t) refer to the underlying water admission coking capacity, expressed in quantity use coal with a mass fraction of water by 10% within 2 hours. Is coal with a lower water content is inserted, the coking capacity on this water content is to convert. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements prior to mixing with other wastewater: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample g/t mg/l benzene and derivatives 0.03 - sulfide, easy freisetzbar 0.03 0.1 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) 0.015 0.05 phenol index after distillation and dye extraction 0.15 0.5 thiocyanate (SCN) - 4.0 cyanide, easily freisetzbar 0.03 0.1 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) the requirements of the parameters of sulfide , easily freisetzbar, phenol index, cyanide, and thiocyanate easily freisetzbar, and toxicity to fish (GEi) be omitted if the wastewater prior to discharge into a water body is treated in addition together with other waste water in a biological wastewater treatment plant, and after treatment, 1 part C for the size class 4 corresponds to the requirements of annex. In this case, the inducer has at least once a year to check these parameters at the point of discharge, and to submit the results of the review of the competent authority.
(3) the production of specific freight values (g/t) refer to the underlying water admission coking capacity, expressed in quantity use coal with a mass fraction of water by 10% within 2 hours. Is coal with a used a lower water content, the coking capacity on this water content is to convert. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.
E requirements for the waste water for the place of the seizure of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the location of the attack.
F requirements for existing discharges for existing discharges of waste water are under part A paragraph 3 to comply with these requirements no later than March 8, 2016. By way of derogation from this are the requirements under part C of paragraph 1, for the parameters of phosphorus, total and total nitrogen, as to keep a sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) September 6, 2014. Validation is after part D paragraph 2 sentence 2 to perform from 8 March 2016.

Annex 47 wash of flue gases from combustion plants (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1168 - 1160;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the washing of flue gases from combustion plants.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste from other industrial flue gas wash cycle cooling systems of power plants and industrial processes, from other points of attack in steam generation and washing of smoke or fumes from the incineration and co-incineration of waste.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l from filtration bare substances 30 chemical oxygen demand (COD) - use of quicklime 80 - use of limestone 150 sulphate 2 000 sulphite 20 fluoride, solved 30 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) by way of derogation of § 6 section 3 of the cod value is also complied , if the triple value of the TOC, determined in milligrams per litre, this value does not exceed. The requirements apply to the chemical oxygen demand after deduction of the CSB preload listed with the usage water.
(3) by way of derogation from article 6, paragraph 1 is the maximum allowable excess for all parameters of 50 percent.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other waste water: sampling or 2-hour composite sample stone coal qualified lignite-fired plants when Chloride concentrations up to 0,05% by weight pollutant cargo in grams per hour and 300 MW installed electrical power concentration pollutant cargo milligrams per kilogram chloride mg/l cadmium 0.05 1.8 0.1 Mercury 0.03 1.1 0.1 chrome , total 0.5 18 1 nickel 0.5 18 1 copper 0.5 18 1 lead 0.1 3.6 0.2 zinc 1.0 36 easy freisetzbar 2 sulfide, 0.2 7.2 0.4 (2) for hard coal power plants is calculated as the base chloride for the pollutant load from following, the notification with the sewage discharge based on fair information: Verfeuerte coal at full load (t/h) and chloride content of the coal. The chloride concentration of the waste water caused by the usage of water exceeds the value of 2 g / l, the excess chloride content as a cargo of calculated chloride cargo from the coal is to be added.

Annex 48 use of certain dangerous substances (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1169 - 1173;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) part 1 scope of application
(1) this annex is transposing the directives of Directive 76/464/EEC, 83/513/EEC, 84/156/EEC, 84/491/EEC, 86/280/EEC, 87/217/EEC, 88/347/EEC, 90/415/EEC and 2010/75/EC, as well as the obligations of the parties due to the addition of annex IV of the 10 July 1990 of the Convention for the protection of the Rhine against pollution. It applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the use of substances, listed in this annex.
(2) use is any industrial process in which the substances referred to in this annex or connections are manufactured or used, or any other industrial process in which these substances occur.
(3) this annex does not apply insofar as their application is expressly excluded or an other Annex is applicable and there requirements are equally strict or stricter than those of this annex.
Part 2 General provisions (1) for production areas, where a fabric cargo is set in 24 hours, can be a fabric cargo also purchased on the 2-hour composite sample or qualified sample and the preceding sampling wastewater flow rate set in 24 hours. In this case, the double value of the cargo, as well as the concentration of substances applies to the 2-hour composite sample or the qualified sample resulting from the double value of cargo in 24 hours and the production-specific water volume flow in 24 hours.
(2) for undisclosed production areas where wastewater with the mentioned substances or their compounds are incurred, sales are in individual cases on the basis of § 57 to 1 point 1 of the water management Act requirements for the concentration and the cargo. The conditions of these areas with those of the mentioned areas are similar, are corresponding requirements to set.
(3) the requirements refer to the wastewater in the process of the operation or of the unit in which the substances or their compounds are used before mixing with other wastewater. Is treated sewage outside of the operation or the operating unit in a sewage treatment plant, which is intended for the treatment of the mentioned substances or their compounds, polluted wastewater the values refer to the wastewater in the process of this waste water treatment plant.
Part 3 requirements for mercury from other plants as the alkali chloride electrolysis (1) for mercury (Hg) subject to the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 5 have a requirement of 0.05 mg / l in the 2-hour composite sample or qualified sample.
(2) when using measuring devices containing mercury catalysts, a requirement of 0.1 g / t production capacity applies to the production of vinyl chloride vinyl chloride, for other production branches of 5 g / kg the mercury.
(3) in the case of the manufacture of mercury catalysts for use in the production of vinyl chloride, a requirement of 0.7 g / kg the mercury.
(4) in the case of the production of mercury compounds with the exception of the products referred to in paragraph 3, a requirement of 0.05 g / kg the mercury.
(5) the requirements of paragraphs 2 to 4 relate to the underlying water admission capacity for the use of mercury in 24 hours.
Part 4 requirements for cadmium (1) for cadmium (CD) a requirement of 0.2 mg / l in the 2-hour composite sample or qualified sample. Sentence 1 shall not apply for the production of phosphoric acid and phosphate fertilisers from phosphorus minerals.
(2) in addition, the following requirements apply: cadmium (kg/t) manufacture of cadmium compounds 0.5 pigment manufacture 0.15 manufacture of stabilizers 0.5 the requirements relate to the underlying water admission capacity for the use of cadmium in 24 hours.
Part 5 requirements for Hexachlorocyclohexanes (1) requirements for Hexachlorocyclohexanes (HCH) the following apply: HCH (g/t) production of HCH 2 extraction of lindane 4 production of HCH and extraction, together 5 related requirements on the underlying water admission capacity for the use of HCH in 24 hours. The requirements apply even if the production of HCH and extraction of lindane a formulation of lindane is carried out immediately. Is formulated only lindane, no wastewater may apply.
(2) HCH are isomers of 1,2,3,4,5,6-Hexachlorcyclohexans.
Part 6 requirements for DDT, pentachlorophenol (1) in the production, use and formulation of water dropping in DDT (including dicofol), pentachlorophenol and its salts should not be initiated in waters.
(2) following links are "DDT": 1. the sum of the isomers 1,1,1-Trichlor-2,2-(p chlorophenyl)-ethan, 2. the chemical compound 1,1,1-Trichlor-2-(o-Chlorphenyl)-2-(p-Chlorphenyl)-ethan, 3 the chemical compound of 1,1-Dichloro 2,2-(p chlorophenyl) - ethene and 1,1-Dichloro 2,2-(p chlorophenyl) - ethane.
(3) dicofol is the chemical compound 2,2,2-Trichlor-1,1-bis(4-Chlorphenyl)-ethanol.
(4) pentachlorophenol (PCP) is the chemical compound 2,3,4,5,6-Pentachlor-1-Hydroxybenzol and its salts.
Part 7 requirements for endosulfan (1) the following apply for endosulfan requirements: endosulfan g/t µg/l in the sample production and formulation of endosulfan in the same 0.23 15 formulation of endosulfan 0.03 30 production-specific freight values refer to the underlying water approval production capacity for the use of endosulfan in 0.5 or 2 hours based on the sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling in 24 hours.
(2) endosulfan is the chemical compound (C9H6Cl6O3S9) 6,7,8,9,10,10-Hexachlor-1,5,5a,6,9,9a-hexahydro-6, 9-methano-2,3,4-benzo-(e)-Dioxathiepin-3-oxid.
Part 8 requirements for aldrin, dieldrin, endrin, isodrin (1) for the use of aldrin, dieldrin, endrin including formulation of these substances a production-specific cargo value of 3 g / t applies the sum of these substances. This value refers to the total capacity underlying the water approval for the use of aldrin, dieldrin and endrin in 24 hours. The waste water contains also isodrin, the requirement for the amount of the substances aldrin, dieldrin, endrin and isodrin.
(2) Aldrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6), 1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachlor-1,4,4a,5,8,8a-hexahydro-1, 4-endo 5.8 exo-dimethanonaphthalin.
(3) dieldrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6O), 1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachlor-6,7-epoxy-1,4,4a, 5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-1,4-endo-5,8-exo-dimethanonaphthalin.
(4) endrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6O), 1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachlor-6,7-epoxy-1,4,4a, 5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-1,4-endo-5,8-endo-dimethanonaphthalin.
(5) isodrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6O), 1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachlor-1,4,4a,5,8,8a-hexahydro-1, 4-endo 5.8 exo-dimethanonaphthalin.
Part 9 requirements for asbestos (1) in the manufacture of asbestos cement and asbestos paper and paperboard can be initiated to waste water in a water body. Prejudice to the provisions of the Ordinance on hazardous substances.
(2) following fibrous silicates are considered asbestos: 1 crocidolite (blue asbestos), 2nd actinolite, anthophyllite 3., 4. chrysotile (white asbestos), 5 amosite (Grünerit asbestos), 6 tremolite.
Part 10 requests for halogenated organic compounds (1) the provisions of this part apply to the following materials: 1 Tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride) (CCl4), 2. hexachlorobenzene (HCB), 3. hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD), 4 trichloromethane (chloroform) (CHCl3), 5. trichloroethylene (TRI) 6 tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene) (PER), 7 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC), 8 trichlorobenzene (TCB).
(2) following demands are made for the substances referred to in paragraph 1 on the waste water: field CHCI3 CCI4 HCB HCBD TRI by EDC TCB g/t g/t g/t g/t g/t g/t g/t g/t production of methane by methane chlorination (including Hochdruckchlorolyse procedures) and methanol esterification 7.5 10 - production of tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene) (PER) and carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) by Perchlorierung - 2.5 1.5 1.5-2.5 - production of hexachlorobenzene and further processing of hexachlorobenzene - 10 - production of tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene) (PER) and trichloroethylene (TRI) -.
2.5 2.5 - production of 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC) - 2.5 - production of 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC), as well as processing and usage, only the production of ion exchangers - 5 - processing of 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC) to substances other than vinyl chloride (VC) - 2.5 - production of trichlorobenzene (TCB) by Dehydrochlorierung of HCH and/or processing TCB - 10 is in the water approval production and/or processing of chlorinated benzenes by chlorination of benzene - 0.5 (3) a fabric cargo based on the qualified sample and related prior to the sampling In 24 hours the cargo value of 10 instead of 7.5 g / t CHCl3 is sewage flow, in the production of methane by methane chlorination and methanol esterification to be based. The requirements relate to the underlying water approval production capacity for the substances referred to in paragraph 1 in 24 hours.
Part 11 requirements for titanium dioxide
(1) the provisions of this part apply to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the manufacture of titanium dioxide pigments. You shall not apply in the case of waste water from the production of titanium dioxide micro rutile as well as from indirect cooling systems and from operating water treatment.
(2) the effluent may be initiated only when a targeted reduction of hazardous substances the substances in iron, titanium, and vanadium has been completed.
(3) the waste water must contain no waste from the production of titanium dioxide in the meaning of article 67 of Directive 2010/75/EEC.
(4) the wastewater following demands are made for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: chloride sulfate procedure stage germ process combined germ procedures qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample of chemical oxygen demand (COD) kg/t 8 8 8 chloride using natural rutile kg / t 130 - synthetic rutile kg / t 228 - slag kg/t 330 70 165 sulfate kg / t - 500 500 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 2 2 the requirements for chloride in the column of chloride process apply to the chloride process within the meaning of annex VIII Part 1 paragraph 2 letter c of the directive referred to in paragraph 3. For discharges to coastal waters according to § 3 number 2 of the water resources Act of July 31, 2009 (BGBl. I p. 2585) and for transitional waters according to § 2 number 2 of the surface waters Decree of July 20, 2011 (BGBl. I p. 1429) an emission value can be set in the amended notwithstanding sentence 1 when using by slag of 450 kg chloride per tonne by the chloride process of produced titanium dioxide. Is more than a feedstock used, the emission values apply chloride proportional to the amount of the used input materials.
(5) the wastewater following demands are made before mixing with other waste water: chloride and sulfate processes qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample lead kg / t 0.005 0.03 cadmium g/t 0.2 2 chrome, kg/t 0.01 total 0.05 Kupfer kg / t 0.01 0.02 nickel kg / t 0.005 0.015 mercury g/t 0.1 1.5 in the water approval can in the sulphate process for chromium , overall, also a concentration of 0.5 mg / l are allowed.
(6) the production of specific requirements (g/t, kg/t) pursuant to paragraphs 4 and 5 relate to the underlying water admission capacity. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of qualified sample or the 2-hour composite sample and the wastewater flow corresponding with sampling.

Annex 49 oily wastewater (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1173 - 1174) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially originates from premises, in which the extract preservation, cleaning, maintenance, refurbishment and recycling of vehicles and vehicle parts is regular mineral oil contaminated waste water.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste water from 1 the treatment of bilge -, slop - and ballast water from ships, 2. the metal working and processing, as well as the paint shop, 3. the internal cleaning of containers.
B General requirements (1) which is pollutant cargo as low as possible through the following measures: 1. extensive recycling of washing water in equipment for the mechanical cleaning of vehicles, 2. avoiding additional waste water load at measures to reduce the growth of micro-organisms in recirculation systems.
(2) of paragraph 1, is the pollutant cargo after examining the possibilities in individual cases by the following measures to minimize: 1 wastewater-free operation of the workshop, 2. recirculation of washing water from the cleaning of vehicle parts and extract preservation, 3 small holding of the seizure of oil-contaminated rainwater, 4 sewage discharges from cardiovascular equipment of automatic vehicle wash only from the operating water template.
(3) the waste water must not contain: 1 organic complexing agents, who do not attain a degree of DOC elimination after 28 days of at least 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods", 2. organically bound halogens that come from washing and cleaning agents or other operating and auxiliary materials.
The proof that the requirements are met, can thereby provided that all used washing and cleaning agents or other operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer does not contain the mentioned washing and cleaning agents and substances and substance groups.
C requirements wastewater for the point of discharge of the effluent are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample (mg/l) chemical oxygen demand (COD) 150 biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) 40 D requirements for the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent provided no additional requirements before mixing with other wastewater.
E requirements for the waste water for the place of the attack (1) In the sewage a value of 20 mg / l in the sample is total for hydrocarbons, to comply. The requirement does not apply for a bout of wastewater of less than 1 m3 per day.
(2) the request referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 applies also as having been observed if built a waste water treatment plant according to the authorisation approved by general approval for equipment for limiting of hydrocarbons in mineral oil waste water or otherwise by law of the land, operated and serviced regularly and prior to commissioning and at regular intervals of not more than five years after the State law to its proper state is checked.
(3) in light liquid separator systems, you may derive only wastewater that contains the vagina-friendly detergents and cleaning agents or unstable emulsions, which do not affect the cleaning performance of the system. Cleaning agents, make temporary stable or unstable emulsions in conjunction with liquids, i.e. which uninstall emulsify after the cleaning process are the vagina friendly within the meaning of this annex.
(4) the request set 1 is referred to in paragraph 1 for sewage from the mechanical cleaning of vehicles also complied, if excess water is derived from the operating water template of the cardiovascular system.
(5) the place of the seizure of wastewater is the trace of the hydrocarbon-containing wastewater pre-treatment plant.
F requirements for existing discharges following different requirements for existing discharges of waste water from plants, that were lawful in operation before 1 June 2000 or the construction at this time legitimately started is, apply: 1 the request to the pollutant cargo under part B paragraph 1 No. 1 applies after examining the possibilities in individual cases.
2. the value applies to sewage from the mechanical cleaning of vehicles for hydrocarbons, total, under part E of paragraph 1 as having been observed.
3. when calculating the sewage incurred under part E of paragraph 1 sentence 2 is wastewater from the mechanical cleaning of vehicles out of consideration.

Annex 50 dental treatment (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1175; regarding individual changes cf. footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from treatment courses in dental surgeries and dental clinics, where heavy amalgam,.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from the development of the film, as well as for domestic wastewater.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment.
D provided no additional requirements prior to mixing with other waste water requirements for the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent.
E requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack (1) is the amalgam cargo of raw effluent from the treatment courses to reduce the place of the waste incurred by 95 percent.
(2) the request is referred to in paragraph 1 as respected, if 1 in the wastewater flow of treatment places before mixing with the other sanitary wastewater is installed an amalgam separator that is approved by a general construction approval or otherwise by law of the land and operated and this a waste separation of at least 95 percent efficiency, 2. effluent, that is when dealing with amalgam, is routed through the amalgam separator, 3 for the extraction of the waste water of treatment places procedures to be applied , which keep the use of water so low that the amalgam separator can abide its prescribed efficiency, 4 amalgam separator serviced regularly according to the approval and drained and this written evidence (maintenance report, acceptance certificate for the vagina well) run and 5 the amalgam separator at intervals and before by not more than 5 years the national law to its proper state is checked.
F requirements for existing discharges for existing discharges provided no deviating requirements.
G Abfallrechtliche requirements
The secluded amalgam is collected in a suitable container and beyond the requirements of part E, in accordance with the rules of hygiene and, as far as is at the vagina gut waste within the meaning of the law of circulation management, after the waste legislation of a recovery.

Annex 51 above-ground disposal of waste (reference: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1175 - 1177;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the above-ground deposition of waste.
B General requirements are the volume flow and pollutant cargo of leachate through appropriate measures for the construction and operation of landfills as low to keep, as this is possible under the State of the art.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 20 mg/l nitrogen, total, sample or 2-hour composite sample qualified chemical oxygen demand (COD) 200 mg/l as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 70 mg/l phosphorus, mg/l total 3 hydrocarbons , total mg/l to assume 10 nitrite nitrogen (NO2-N) mg/l 2 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 (2) for waste water, in which it is that his level of chemical oxygen demand (COD) before the treatment is more than 4 000 mg / l, apply by way of derogation from paragraph 1, for the CSB an expiration value in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample corresponds to a reduction of the CSB at least 95 percent. The reduction of the cod refers to the ratio of the pollutant cargo in the feed of those in the process of wastewater treatment plant in 24 hours. For the pollutant cargo of the inlet that the permission is based decisive to push load of the system. The amount of the reduction is to be judged on the basis of design and operation of wastewater treatment plant.
(3) the request to hydrocarbons, overall, refers to the sample. She shall not apply in the case of waste waters from the deposit of municipal solid waste.
(4) the requirement for nitrogen, total, with a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant. A for the nitrogen, total, fixed value considered to be complied with, if he is determined to be "full-bound nitrogen (TNb)", adhered to. In the water approval a higher concentration can be approved for nitrogen, total, up to 100 mg / l, if the reduction of the nitrogen load is at least 75 percent. The reduction refers to the ratio of nitrogen cargo in the feed of those in the process in a representative period of time, 24 hours should not exceed. The freight, the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) is to be based.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements before mixing with other wastewater: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) mg/l cadmium 0.1 0.5 mercury 0,05 chromium, total 0.5 chrome VI 1 lead 0.5 0.1 nickel copper 0.5 zinc 2 arsenic 0.1 cyanide, easily freisetzbar 0.2 light freisetzbar sulfide, 1 for AOX , Hexavalent Chromium, cyanide easily releasable, and sulfide, easy freisetzbar, apply the values for the sample.
(2) waste water must be mixed only with other waste water, excluding wastewater that comes from plants for the biological treatment of waste for the purpose of the common biological treatment, if it is expected that at least one of the following conditions is met: 1. toxicity to fish, Leuchtbakterien and Daphnia of a representative sample of wastewater are after performing an Eliminationstestes using a biological laboratory flow wastewater treatment plant (plant such as according to DIN 38412-L 26) following requirements not exceeded : Toxicity to fish GEi = 2, toxicity to Daphnia DG = 4 and toxicity to Leuchtbakterien GL = 4.
Through measures such as nitrification in biological laboratory wastewater treatment plant or pH value constant, it must be ensured that exceeded the value of GEi is not caused by ammonia (NH3). The effluent may be diluted as to retract the biological laboratory wastewater treatment plant. Nutrients can be added to nutrient deficiency. No dilution water may be added during the test phase.
2. a DOC-elimination degree achieves "Analysis and measurement methods" of 75% according to the number of 408 of the plant.
3. the sewage has a cod concentration already before the common biological treatment with other wastewater of less than 400 mg / l.

Annex 52 dry cleaning (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1177) A scope this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from chemical cleaning of textiles and carpets, as well as of goods from fur and leather using solvents with halogenated hydrocarbons in accordance with the second Ordinance for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act in the currently valid version.
(B) General requirements provided no beyond section 3 requirements.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) the waste water must not exceed before mixing with other wastewater following values for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX): capacity of quantities of the chemical washing machine concentration in the sample 1-hour cargo up to 50 kg treatment goods 0.5 - more than 50 kg of handling goods 0.5 based on the capacity amounts to handling goods from the sample and the 1-hour water quantity mg/l mg/kg 0.25 (2) be operated several chemical cleaning machines in the same operation , the size class is decisive, resulting from the sum of the capacity of amounts to handling goods of individual plants.
(3) a value specific in paragraph 1 for the AOX is also considered met if the content of halogenated hydrocarbons in the waste water of the individual substances is determined and in sum, calculated as chlorine, referred to in paragraph 1 does not exceed the values.
(4) an in paragraph 1 specific value applies also as having been observed, as well as at regular intervals and before when a building approval or otherwise by law of the land built approved wastewater treatment plant according to the approval, operated and maintained by not more than 5 years the national law to its proper state is checked.
E may the effluent requirements for wastewater for the location of the attack only those free of halogenated solvents contain after the second regulation on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act of 10 December 1990 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2694) may be used in dry-cleaning. This requirement applies as having been observed if proof is provided that only approved halogenated hydrocarbons are used.

Annex 53 photographic processes (silver halide photography) (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1177 - 1179) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo comes primarily from photographic processes of silver halide photography or from the treatment of liquid waste from these processes. Part B applies to the place of the seizure of the wastewater.
(2) this annex does not apply indirect cooling systems and operating water treatment, 2 other photochemical processes that are ascribed not paragraph 1, 3rd companies for waste water from 1 with a film and paper throughput of no more than 200 m2 per year, if no wastewater from treatment of baths.
B General requirements (1) which is pollutant cargo as low as possible through the following measures: 1. separate collection of fixation, developer, bleach and bleach fixierbaedern and whose bath overflows to the bath treatment, 2. reduction of bath cross contamination through appropriate procedures such as splash, procrastination-poor film and paper, 3. saving by flushing water through appropriate procedures such as cascade rinsing, Wassersparschaltung and recycling, 4. repatriation of Fixierbädern with exception of the X-ray and microfilm area into a recycling process at a paper and film throughput of more than 3 000 m2 per year.
5. return of Fixierbädern, pale fixierbaedern, bleach baths and color developers into a recycling process at a paper and film throughput of more than 30 000 m2 per year.
(2) the waste water from the treatment of bleaching and whitening fixierbaedern shall contain no organic complexing agents, that do not reach a degree of DOC degradation after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods".
(3) chlorine or hypochlorite should not be applied in the treatment of baths.
(4) evidence that the requirements are met according to paragraphs 2 and 3, can be provided as a result that the used operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and demonstrates their use and manufacturer figures are available, according to which the substances that may be contained in the waste water, do not occur in the established operating and auxiliary materials.
C
Requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge of the effluent provided no additional requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water provided the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water: 1 waste water from the treatment of pools qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample sample mg/l mg/l silver 0.7 - Adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) - 0.5 chrome, total 0.5 - chromium VI - 0.1 Tin 0.5 - 0.05 - Mercury cadmium 0.05 - cyanide, total 2-2nd rinse water in plants with a film and paper throughput of over 3 000 m2 per year may be used in the introduction by flushing water depending on the size of the operation following freight values for silver are not exceeded: film and paper flow in m2 per year silver cargo mg/m2 more than 3 000 to 30 000 - black and white - and X-ray photography 50 - color photography of 70 more than 30 000 30 (2) a requirement specified in paragraph 1, for a film and paper throughput of more than 3 000 to 30 000 m2 per year for silver is also complied , when a wastewater treatment plant approved by General construction approval or otherwise according to national law or an other equivalent device for the reduction of the silver cargo built and operated, serviced regularly according to the approval and prior to commissioning and at regular intervals by is checked for no longer than 5 years after land rights to its proper state.

Annex 54 manufacturing semiconductor devices (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1179 - 1180;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the manufacture of semiconductor devices and solar cells including related pre-, intermediate - and post-treatment.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the operating water treatment including Retentaten from the purified water production by membrane processes.
B General requirements for that pollutant cargo as small to keep, as this is possible considering the circumstances in the individual case by the following measures: 1. use water-saving irrigation technology (E.g. intermittent irrigation, Tauchspritzspültechnik, conductivity crossover), 2 multiple use of suitable Spülwässer after treatment by means of procedures such as recycling of ion exchange, membrane technology, 3 multiple use of suitable Spülwässer through continued use in other areas, such as refrigeration or hot water for steam generation , rear cooling plants, in electroplating, PCB manufacturing, 4. recirculation of exhaust air wash water, 5. reusing or release from process baths (E.g. acids, organic solvents) for recovery.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge of the effluent is a requirement for the toxicity to fish by CFI for the point of discharge into the waters = 2.
D the waste water prior to mixing of the effluent demands will be made prior to mixing with other wastewater following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample sample mg/l AOX (AOX) - 0.5 mg/l arsenic 0.2 - benzene and derivatives 0.05 - E requirements of the wastewater for the place of attack (1) can the waste water from cleaning processes at the site of the attack only those free of halogenated solvents contain , which may be used after the second Ordinance on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act in the currently valid version. This requirement is also considered met if proof is provided that only approved halogenated solvents are used. The rest is for VHH (sum of trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, dichloromethane - calculated as chlorine) a value of 0.1 mg / l in the sample to comply.
(2) without prejudice to the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are in the waste water from electroplating processes adhere to the following values: sample mg/l lead 0.5 chrome, 0.5 chrome VI 0.1 total copper silver sulfide, easily releasable 1 cyanide, 0.2 easily freisetzbar chlorine-free 0.5 for chromium VI and cyanide, easily 0.5 nickel 0.5 0.1 Tin 2 freisetzbar, allowed values are not exceeded Article 6, paragraph 1 does not apply. Ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) and its salts may be not included in the waste water.
(3) for arsenic waste water from the production of gallium arsenide semiconductor devices, a value of 0.3 mg / l arsenic in the sample is to comply with.
(4) for cadmium - and selenium-containing wastewater, a value of 0.2 mg / l cadmium and 1 mg / l of selenium in the sample is to comply with.

Annex 55 laundries (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1180 - 1181) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the washing of contaminated textiles, carpets, mats and webs in companies and public institutions.
(2) this annex does not apply to wastewater from: 1 wool laundry, 2. the textile cleaning in non-aqueous fleets, 3. the textile manufacturing and finishing, 4. the preparation and processing of textile fibers and hair, 5. wash filter textiles and nonwovens, 6 the washing of household textiles in coin laundromats with self-service laundry, 7 washing of household textiles, catering - and hotel textiles or other comparable textiles, if used and no organic chlorine or chlorine washing machines divisive off and Waschhilfsmittel or elemental chlorine free , 8 indirect cooling systems.
B General requirements (1) the waste water must not contain: 1 organic complexing agents (except Phosphonate), which achieve a DOC elimination degree after 28 days of less than 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods", 2. residues of filters and screening facilities and the emptying of washing, washing AIDS residual packaging, containers and template containers and other auxiliary materials, 3. biocides from the equipment of washing goods stand bathrooms , 4. organically bound halogens, originating from the use as a solvent from the cleaning of laundry, connections-splitting off 5 organic chlorine and chlorine or chlorine from the use of detergents and laundry AIDS, if not used in the rinsing zone or the rinse bath washing by hospital and home laundry and Workwear of the industries processing meat and fish.
(2) chlorination chemicals used for the purification of the operating water, these are to dispense that in the inlet to the washing machine no concentrations higher than 1 mg / l free chlorine can be expected.
(3) evidence that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are met, can be provided as a result that the used detergents and aid in the operation journal are listed and contain any of the substances referred to in paragraph 1 and groups according to the manufacturer.
C requirements for the waste water to the point of discharge of the effluent provided the following requirements for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment: biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 25 nitrogen, qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 100 overall, as sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) are 20 phosphorus, total 2 D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) the waste water from the following areas before mixing with other wastewater following demands made : AOX g/t hospital and home linen 18 area of the requirements of Workwear of the industry of 40 meat and fish processing shall not apply, if this laundry accounted for 10 per cent and less of the capacity of the operation.
(2) the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 also as having been observed if the inducer proves that adherence to the AOX cargo in the waste water stream is expected to use appropriate washing process.
(3) in paragraph 1, the specific freight values refer to the underlying water admission capacity (dry weight of the laundry). The pollutant load is determined - continuously operating car washes from the concentration value of the sample and the wastewater flow rate corresponding with sampling - at discontinuously working washing machine from the concentration value of the sample of combined wastewater of washing process and of this accumulated waste water flow.
(4) the requirement does not apply pursuant to paragraph 1 to AOX for the sewage of hospital and home laundry in Bundesgesundheitsamtes of notifiable infectious diseases.
(5) on the waste water from the washing of cleaning rags, Workwear *), provided the following requirements before mixing with other wastewater carpets and mats: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l hydrocarbons, total 20 AOX 2 0.5 chrome copper, total cadmium 0.1 0.5 lead 0.5 0.5 nickel mercury 0,05 Zinc 2 arsenic 0.1 the requirements of hydrocarbons, total, and AOX refer to the sample.
(6) the requirements under paragraph 5 apply also as having been observed if built a wastewater treatment plant approved by general approval for waste water treatment plants for this application or otherwise according to national law in accordance with the approval, operated and serviced regularly and prior to commissioning and at regular intervals of not more than five years after the State law to its proper state is checked.
___ *) From the areas of metalworking, mechanical engineering, motor vehicle plants and chemical plants.

Annex 56 manufacturing of printing forms, printed matter and graphical products (site of the original text: Gazette I 2004, 1182 - 1183) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo mainly comes from the following areas including the printing form production and its before -, intermediate - and post-treatment: 1st movement - and repro production, 2 high pressure, 3 flat-bed printing (offset printing), 4 print (screen printing) and 5 rotogravure.
(2) this annex does not apply to effluent from textile printing companies with the exception of printing form production (E.g. printing and printing cylinder), the silver halide photography and indirect cooling systems and from the operation of water treatment.
(3) this annex does not apply to waste water from farms of the fields set and repro production, high pressure, flat-bed printing and print through, if fresh water consumption necessary for the production of is less than 250 m3 per year, the wastewater in a biological wastewater treatment plant is treated and following waste streams are not initiated: 1 range set and repro production chrome or zinc-containing wastewater from the processing of cartography slides or color slides.
2. area of high pressure a) waste water from cleaning of machinery, equipment and printing with ink on liabilities or waste water from cleaning operations with use of hydrocarbons, b) waste water from the production of metal clichés;
3. scope of Planographic printing a) wastewater from the etching of multiple metal plates, b) waste water from mechanical cleaning operations of machines, equipment and printing forms with ink on liabilities for simultaneous use of cleaning chemicals, c) copper negative plate developers, d) Fountain;
4. print through area a) waste water from cleaning or discharge layering operations when using heavy metal-containing materials (with the exception of copper from Phthalocyaninpigmenten), b) waste water from cleaning or discharge layering operations with simultaneous use of hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, or active chlorine, c) waste water from the production of metal sieves.
B General requirements (1) which is pollutant cargo as low as possible through the following measures: 1 extension of the service life of process solutions through multiple use or recycling of regeneration or cleaning steps, 2. separation and treatment of aqueous and solvent-based gravure printing part flows, 3. avoidance of flushing water through reduction in working bathrooms in gravure printing, 4 separate collection and recycling of heating water in gravure printing , 5. reduction of rinsing water in the processing of printing plates in the flat and pressure by using appropriate methods and cascade rinsing cycle rinsing technique.
(2) the effluent must not include: 1. organic complexing agents, operating and auxiliary materials, splitting off chlorine or chlorine containing 2, reach a degree of DOC degradation after 28 days of less than 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods" as well as organically bound halogens in solvents, detergents and cleaning agents, 3. arsenic, mercury, cadmium and their compounds and lead or chromium-containing pigments with exception of lead , Cadmium and whose remains falling from pigments with ceramic screen printing, 4. organic solvent from the textile wet roller cleaning in flat-bed printing, as well as 5. emptying of template containers, packaging, containers to use chemicals, colors or additives.
The requirements after the numbers 1 to 4 apply as having been observed, if the established operating and auxiliary materials, plus use chemicals are listed in an operation journal, its use is covered and according to the manufacturer any of the substances referred to in sentence 1 and and fabric groups contain.
C requirements wastewater for the point of discharge of the effluent are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample biochemical oxygen demand in five days (BOD5) mg/l chemical oxygen demand (COD) 160 mg/l 25 compounds of phosphorus as phosphorus, total mg/l 2 nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) mg/l 50 hydrocarbons , total mg/l mg/l 3 10 iron aluminum 3 mg/l toxicity to fish (GEi) 4 the request for hydrocarbons refers to the sample.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing (1) on the waste water from the areas referred to in part A of paragraph 1 provided the following requirements before mixing with other wastewater: areas 1 2 3 4 5 qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l AOX (AOX) - 1 1 1 1 lead - 1 - cadmium - 0.1 - chrome, 1 total 1 1 1 1 cobalt - 1 1 - copper 1 1 1 1 1 nickel - 2 silver - 0.5 0.5 zinc 2 2
2 2 2 the request to the AOX and all requirements for batch systems refer to the sample.
(2) in the case of heavy metals pigments in ceramic screen printing in the area of 4, a value of 30 mg / l in the qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample applies the filtrierbare substances.
E requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack (1) In the waste water containing benzene and derivatives, is a value of 10 mg / l in the sample for benzene and derivatives to comply.
(2) in the chromium-containing wastewater, a value of 0.1 mg / l in the sample is to keep for chromium VI.
(3) in the cyanide-containing wastewater from gravure printing is easily releasable for cyanide, a value of 0.2 mg / l in the sample, to comply.

Annex 57 wool laundries (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 2004, 1184) A scope (1) this annex applies to wastewater, its pollutant cargo essentially comes from the washing and the carbonation of raw wool and felt free equipment combed tops.
(2) this annex does not apply to waste from the operation of water treatment, indirect cooling systems as well as for rainwater.
(B) General requirements must be conveyed with the exception of flushing water not in waters (1) waste water from the washing of raw wool.
(2) the pollutant load is keeping as low as possible through the following measures: 1. wastewater-free pre-cleaning of barrels and containers, 2 use of organic complexing agents, a DOC reduction degree reach after 28 days of 80 percent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement methods".
(3) the waste water must not contain: 1 Alkylphenolethoxilate (APEOS) from laundry and cleaning products, 2. surfactants or other surface-active agents, that the requirements for biodegradability according to § 3 of the washing and cleaning agents act in connection with the surfactant Decree of 30 January 1977 (BGBl. I S. 244), last amended by regulation of 4 June 1986 (BGBl. I S. 851), do not meet.
(4) evidence that the requirements are observed pursuant to paragraph 3, can thereby provided that the established operating and auxiliary materials are listed in the operation journal and according to the manufacturer does not contain the substances referred to in paragraph 3 or groups.
C requirements for the waste water for the final discharge point (1) of the wastewater are provided for the point of discharge into the aquatic environment following requirements: qualified sample or 2-hour composite sample mg/l kg/t chemical oxygen demand (COD) 150 1.5 biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BOD5) 10 0.1 nitrogen, total, bound nitrogen (TNb) as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (NGES) 30 0.3 total 40 0.4 phosphorus , total 2 0.02 toxicity to fish (GEi) 2 toxicity to Daphnia (DG) 2 (2) which are production-specific cargo (kg/t) calculated in paragraph 1 is to the underlying water admission processing capacity of raw wool.
(3) the requirements for nitrogen, total, and the entire bound nitrogen (TNb) at a water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the trace of the biological reactor in wastewater treatment plant.
D requirements for the waste water before mixing In the wastewater must before mixing with other wastewater in the toxicity to Daphnia (DG) a dilution factor of GD = 2 are not exceeded. The request is cancelled if you expect that in a representative sample of the effluent - original or after performing an Eliminationstestes using a biological laboratory flow wastewater treatment plant (E.g. According to DIN 38412-L26)-for the toxicity to Daphnia, a value from GD = 2 is not exceeded.
Requirements for the waste water for the site of the attack that allowed waste water from the felt free equipment from Wollkamm train not contain splitting off chlorine or chlorine compounds in the pretreatment of Kammzuges E. The requirement shall be deemed met if proof is provided, that connections splitting off chlorine or chlorine is not used.