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 discharges of waste water into water bodies (Waste Water Ordinance-AbwV)

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AbwV

Date of expend: 21.03.1997

Full quote:

" Waste water regulation in the version of the notice of 17. June 2004 (BGBl. 1108, 2625), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 2 December 2000. September 2014 (BGBl. I p. 1474) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 17.6.2004 I 1108, 2625;
Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 2.9.2014 I 1474

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This regulation is also part of the implementation of the Council directives
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82 /176/EEC of 22. March 1982 relating to limit values and quality objectives for mercury discharges from the chlor-alkali electrolysis industry (OJ L 327, 28.3.1982, p. EC No 29),
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83 /513/EEC of 26 May 1992, p. 3 September 1983 on limit values and quality objectives for cadmium discharges (OJ L 327, 31.12.1983, p. EC No L 291 p. 1),
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84 /156/EEC of 8. March 1984 on limit values and quality objectives for mercury discharges, with the exception of the chlor-alkali electrolysis industry (OJ L 327, 28.3.1984, p. EC No 49 and No L 74 38),
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84 /491/EEC of 9. October 1984 on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of hexachlorocyclohexane (OJ L 327, 30.12.1984, p. EC No 11 and No 11 L 296 p. 11),
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86 /280/EEC of 12 December 1992. June 1986 on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of certain dangerous substances within the meaning of List I of the Annex to Directive 76 /464/EEC (carbon tetrachloride, DDT, pentachlorophenol) (OJ L 46, 17.4.1976, p. EC No 16),
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87 /217/EEC of 19 December 2002. March 1987 on the prevention and reduction of environmental pollution caused by asbestos (OJ L 327, 28. EC No 40),
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88 /347/EEC, 16. June 1988, concerning limit values and quality objectives for discharges of aldrin, dieldrin, endrin, isodrin, hexachlorobenzene, hexachlorobutadiene and chloroform (OJ L 327, 28.4.1988, p. EC No 35),
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90 /415/EEC of 27 June 1992, p. July 1990 on limit values and quality objectives for the discharge of 1,2-dichloroethane, trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene and trichlorobenzene (OJ L 327, 28.1.1990, p. EC No 49),
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91 /271/EEC of 21 December 1991. May 1991 on the treatment of urban waste water (OJ L 327, 28.1.1991, EC No 40),
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92 /112/EEC of the Council of 15 June 1992. 1 December 1992 on the modalities for harmonising programmes for the reduction and eventual reduction of pollution caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry (OJ L 327, 28.12.1992, p. EC No L 409 p. 11),
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96/61 EC of the Council of 24 December 2006 September 1996 on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (OJ L 327, 22.12.1996, p. EC No 26),
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98 /15/EC of the Commission of 27. February 1998, amending Council Directive 91 /271/EEC in the context of certain requirements laid down in Annex I (OJ L 378, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 29),
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2000/76 EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4. December 2000 on the incineration of waste (OJ L 327, 28.12.2000 EC No OJ L 332, p. L 145 p. 52).

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.4.1997 + + +)

The V was defined as the article 1 G v. 21.3.1997 I 566 (AbwV/AbwAGAnlAnpV) issued by the Federal Government with the consent of the Federal Council. She's gem. Article 3, first sentence, of this V entered into force on 1 April 1997.
(+ + + Official notes of the norm provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EWGRL 464/76 (CELEX Nr: 376L0464)
EWGRL 176/82 (CELEX Nr: 382L0176)
EWGRL 513/83 (CELEX Nr: 383L0513)
EWGRL 156/84 (CELEX Nr: 384L0156)
EWGRL 491/84 (CELEX NO: 384L0491)
EWGRL 280/86 (CELEX nr: 386L0280)
EWGRL 217/87 (CELEX NO: 387L0217)
EWGRL 347/88 (CELEX NO: 388L0347)
EWGRL 271/91 (CELEX No: 391L0271)
Implementation of the
EWGRL 112/92 (CELEX Nr: 392L0112) cf. V v. 3.7.1998 I 1795,
Implementation of the
EWGRL 513/83 (CELEX Nr: 383L0513)
EWGRL 156/84 (CELEX Nr: 384L0156)
EWGRL 491/84 (CELEX Nr: 384L0491)
EWGRL 280/86 (CELEX Nr: 386L0280)
EWGRL 347/88 (CELEX No: 388L0347)
EWGRL 415/90 (CELEX No: 390L0415)
EWGRL 271/91 (CELEX No: 391L0271) V v. 22.12.1998 I 3919,
Implementation of the
EWGRL 112/92 (CELEX Nr: 392L0112)
EGRL 15/98 (CELEX Nr: 398L0015) see V v. 29.5.2000 I 751,
Implementation of
EWGRL 271/91 (CELEX Nr: 391L0271)
EGRL 61/96 (CELEX Nr: 396L0061)
EGRL 15/98 (CELEX Nr: 398L0015)
EGRL 76/2000 (CELEX Nr: 300L0076) see V v. 2.7.2002 I 2497,
Implementation of the
EURL 75/2010 (CELEX Nr: 32010L0075) cf. V v. 2.5.2013 I 973 + + +)

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§ 1 Scope

(1) This Regulation determines the minimum requirements for the discharge of waste water into water from the areas of origin specified in the annexes, as well as requirements for the establishment, operation and use of waste water installations.(2) The general requirements of this Regulation and the emission limit values set out in the Annexes shall be complied with by the Einleiter, unless further requirements in the water-law authorisation for the discharge of waste water are met. shall be established. The other requirements of the Annexes to this Regulation shall be laid down in the case of the granting of a water-law authorisation for discharge of waste water. Requirements are to be included in the water-law authorisation only for those parameters which are to be expected in the waste water.(3) Further requirements in accordance with other legislation shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
Sample a one-off sampling from a wastewater stream;
2.
mixed sample a sample taken continuously over a period of time, or a sample of several samples that are continuously or continuously taken during a given period of time, or shall be discontinuously taken and mixed;
3.
qualified sample shall be a mixed sample of at least five samples in a period of no more than two hours at a distance of not less than two minutes are taken and mixed;
4.
production-specific freight value of the freight value (e.g. B. cbm/t, g/t, kg/t), which relates to the production capacity on which the water-regulatory approval is based;
5.
Location of the location of the site, on the waste water before the Mixing with other waste water has been treated, otherwise it will be taken for the first time;
6.
Mix the merging of wastewater streams of different Origin;
7.
Parameter a chemical, physical or biological metric that is listed in the asset;
8.
Mixing Invoice the calculation of an allowable cargo or concentration resulting from the requirements of this Regulation relating to each wastewater flow.
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§ 3 General requirements

(1) Unless otherwise specified in the attachments, wastewater may only be used in water if the pollutant load is kept as low as possible after checking the conditions on a case-by-case basis by
1.
The use of water-saving processes in washing and cleaning operations,
2.
Indirect cooling,
3.
the use of low-polluting operating and auxiliary materials as well as
4.
the process-integrated recycling of substances.
Unless otherwise specified in the annexes, compliance with the requirements of the first sentence is a waste water cadastre, to be documented by an operating diary or otherwise.(2) The requirements of this Regulation shall not be achieved by means of procedures in which environmental pressures are relocated to other environmental media such as air or soil contrary to the state of the art. The use of chemicals, the emissions of exhaust air and the amount of sludge produced must be kept as low as possible.(3) Requirements defined as concentration values shall not be achieved by dilution, contrary to the state of the art.(4) If requirements are laid down prior to mixing, mixing for the purpose of joint treatment shall be permitted if, on the whole, at least the same reduction in pollutant loads per parameter as in the case of separate compliance with the respective Requirements are met.(5) If requirements are laid down for the location of waste water, mixing shall be permitted only if these requirements are met.(6) If waste water flows for which different requirements apply are jointly initiated, the relevant requirement for each parameter shall be determined by means of a mixing calculation and shall be determined in the water-law authorisation. Paragraphs 4 and 5 shall remain unaffected in the Annexes to be applied to the place where the waste water is seised or before it is mixed. Non-tampering table of contents

§ 4 Analysis and measurement procedures

(1) The requirements in the attachments relate to the analysis and measurement procedures in accordance with the Appendix. The German unit procedures for water, sewage and sludge testing, DIN, DIN EN, DIN EN ISO standards and technical regulations of the Water Chemical Society mentioned in the annex and the annexes will be published by Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin, and by of the Water Chemical Society in the Society of German Chemists, Wiley-VCH Verlag, Weinheim (Bergstraße), published. The above-mentioned procedural rules are laid down by the German Patent Office in Munich in terms of archive.(2) In the permit, other equivalent procedures may be established. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Point of Reference of Requirements

The requirements relate to the place where the wastewater is discharged into the water and, where specified in the Annexes to this Regulation, also to the location of the waste water or the place prior to its mixing. The discharge point is the same as the discharge of the waste water plant, in which the waste water is treated for the last time. Place before the mixing is also the point of introduction into a public sewage system. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 compliance with requirements

(1) Is a permit to be complied with in accordance with this Regulation or is in the water-law approval If the results of this and the four previous governmental reviews in four cases are not complied with, it shall nevertheless be deemed to have been complied with in accordance with the results of a state-monitoring review. do not exceed the relevant value and no result exceeds the value by more than 100 percent. Reviews that are over three years remain unaccounted for.(2) The number of significant points in the relevant analysis and measurement procedure referred to in the procedure shall be the value for compliance with a value to be complied with pursuant to this Regulation or fixed in the water-law authorisation procedure. Determination of the respective parameter in accordance with the Appendix to § 4 (Analysis and measurement procedures), but at least two significant digits, except for the values for the dilution stages, authoritative. The values set out in the Annexes shall take account of the measurement uncertainties of the analysis and sampling procedures.(3) A value for chemical oxygen demand (CSB) which is to be observed in accordance with this Regulation or is set in the water-legal authorisation shall also be considered to be complied with in accordance with paragraph 1 if the four-fold value of the total organic oxygen demand (COD) is observed. bound carbon (TOC), determined in milligrams per litre, does not exceed this value.(4) Where monitoring is to be carried out, a value for toxicity to fish eggs, Daphnia, algae and luminaires, to be observed in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation or laid down in the authorisation of water, in accordance with points (401) to (4) shall be exceeded. 404 of the Appendix to § 4, this value shall nevertheless be deemed to be complied with if the conditions of the sentences 2 to 7 are fulfilled; paragraph 1 shall remain unaffected. The overrun referred to in the first sentence must be based on a content of sulphate and chloride above the threshold of action. The organism-specific threshold of action in accordance with the second sentence is 3 grams per litre for fish, 2 grams per litre for Daphnia, 0.7 grams per litre for algae, and 15 grams per litre for light bacteria. In addition, the corrected measured value must not be greater than the value to be observed. The corrected measured value according to sentence 4 results from the difference of the measured value and the correction value. The correction value is determined from the sum of the concentrations of chloride and sulphate in the waste water, expressed in grams per litre, divided by the specific organism-specific threshold. If the calculated correction value does not correspond to a dilution stage of the dilution sequence set in the determination procedure, the next level of dilution shall be used as the correction value.(5) Countries may allow the results of the State monitoring to be equated with results obtained by the lead-in on the basis of a surveillance procedure recognised by the authorities. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Administrative Offences

Unlawful within the meaning of § 103 (1) sentence 1 (3) (a) of the The Water Resources Act is the person who intentionally or negligently initiates waste water in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 1. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 4)
Analytic and Measurement Method

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2014, 1475-1480)

Nr.Parameter Procedure
IGeneral Procedure
1Instructions for sampling technologyDIN EN ISO 5667-1 (April edition 2007)
2Wastewater samplingDIN 38402-11 (February 2009 edition)
3Wastewater Volume FlowDIN 19559 (July 1983 edition)
4 Pretreatment, homogenisation and division of heterogeneous water samplesDIN 38402-A 30 (July 1998 issue)
5 Preservation and handling of water samplesDIN EN ISO 5667-3 (May 2004 edition)
This standard applies to the extent to which the respective analytical method is used. the relevant standard is not otherwise specified. In the determination of the parameters referred to in points 401 to 404, 410 and 412 of this Annex, the sample shall be examined immediately after taking the sample. Preservation of the sample for up to 48 hours is possible by immediate cooling to a temperature of 2 to 5 ° C in the dark.
If a sample is required for a longer period of time, the sample must be frozen immediately after it has been removed, and at a temperature of -18 ° C or lower for a period of up to two months.
6Number details DIN 1333 (February 1992 edition)
IIAnalytical methods
1Anions/Elements
101Not occupied
102ChloridDIN EN ISO 10304-1 (July 2009 edition)
103cyanide, easy to releaseDIN 38405-D 13-2 (edition February 1981)
104cyanide, in total, in the original sampleDIN 38405-D 13-1 (February 1981 edition)
105Fluoride, total, in the original sampleDIN 38405-D 4-2 (July 1985 edition)
106Nitrate nitrogen (NO3-N)DIN EN ISO 10304-1 (July 2009 edition)
107 Nitrite Nitrogen (NO2-N)DIN EN 26777 (April 1993 edition)
108 Phosphorus, total, in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 6878 (September 2004 edition) with the following condition: digestion according to section 7.4 of this DIN standard
109Phosphorus compounds as phosphorus,
total, in the original sample
DIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
110sulfateDIN EN ISO 10304-1 (issue July 2009)
111 Sulfide, easy to releaseDIN 38405-D 27 (edition July 1992)
112 SulfitDIN EN ISO 10304-3 (November 1997 edition)
113fluoride, resolved DIN EN ISO 10304-1 (July 2009 edition)
114ThiocyanateDIN EN ISO 10304-1 EN ISO 10304-3 (November 1997 edition)
2cations/elements
201 Aluminium in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
202 Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N)DIN EN ISO 11732 (May 2005 edition)
203Antimony in the Original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
204Arsen in the original sample DIN EN ISO 11969 (November 1996 edition) with the following condition: information according to section 8.3.1 of this DIN standard
205 Barium in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
206Lead in the Original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
207Cadmium in the original sample DIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
208Not occupied
209chrome, total, in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September edition) 2009)
210Chrome VIDIN 38405-D 24 (issue May 1987)
211Cobalt in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
212 Iron in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
213 Copper in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
214Nickel in the Original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
215Mercury in the original sample DIN EN 1483 (July 2007 edition)
216Silver in the original sample DIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
217thallium in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 17294-2 (February 2005 edition)
218Vanadium in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September edition) 2009)
219Zinc in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
220tin in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
221Titanium in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
222 Selenium in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
223 Not occupied
224indium in the original sample DIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
225Unoccupied
226BorDIN EN ISO 11885 (September 2009 edition)
3Single Substances, Summary Parameters, Group Parameters
301Filterable Substances (Suspending Substances)
in the original sample
DIN EN 872 (April 2005 edition) with the following proviso: three-fold washing of the filter with 50 ml of distilled water each
302adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) in the original sample, expressed as chlorideAt a chloride content of up to 5.0 g/l in the original sample:
DIN EN ISO 9562 (February 2005 edition) with the following condition: adsorption according to section 9.3.4 of this DIN standard and according to point 501 of this Appendix
With a chloride content of more than 5.0 g/l in the original sample:
DIN EN ISO 9562 (February 2005 edition) in accordance with Annex A to this DIN standard and adsorption after Section 9.3.4 of this Annex
303Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) in the original sampleDIN 38409-H 41 (December 1980 edition)
304Not occupied
305Organically bound carbon, total (TOC), in the original sampleDIN EN 1484 (August 1997 edition), direct TOC determination after Section 8.3 of this DIN standard and in accordance with point 502 of this Appendix
306Total nitrogen bound (TNb) in the original sample DIN EN 12260 (December 2003 edition)
Combination devices for simultaneous determination of TNb and TOC are used in the investigation of particle-containing samples in accordance with the number of control measurements according to number 502 to perform this asset.
307
u. 308
Unoccupied
309Hydrocarbons, total, in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 9377-2 (July 2001 edition)
310Not occupied
311Phenol index after distillation and dye extraction in the original sample DIN 38409-H 16-2 (June 1984 edition)
312Unoccupied
313chlorine, freeDIN EN ISO 7393-2 (issue April 2000)
314 Hexachlorobenzene in the original sampleDIN 38407-F 2 (February 1993 edition)
315 trichloroethene in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 edition) with the following condition: carrying out liquid/liquid extraction procedure
3161,1,1-trichloroethane in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301 (edition August 1997) with the following condition: Performing according to the liquid/liquid extraction process
317Tetrachlorethene in the original sample DIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 edition) with the following condition: carrying out liquid/liquid extraction procedure
318 Chloromethane in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 edition) with the following condition: carrying out the liquid/liquid extraction process
319Tetrachloromethane in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 edition), with the following conditions: Liquid/liquid extraction process
320dichloromethane in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301 (output) August 1997) with the following condition: liquid/liquid extraction procedure:
321hydrazine DIN 38413-P 1 (March 1982 edition)
322
to 325
Unoccupied
326aniline in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301, section 2 (August 1997 edition) with the following condition: extraction with dichloromethane at pH 12, GC separation using a mass-selective detector; when using an N-P detector, two GC columns of different polarity are to be used.
327Hexachlorocyclohexane as the sum of all isomersDIN 38407-F 2 (February 1993 edition) in accordance with the number 504 of this asset
328Hexachlorebutadiene (HCBD) in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 edition) with the following condition: Performing after the liquid/liquid extraction process
329Aldrin, Dieldrin, Endrin, Isodrin (Drine) in the original sample DIN 38407-F 2 (February 1993 edition) in accordance with point 504 of this Appendix
330Organically bound halogens that can be blown out (POX) in the original sample, expressed as chlorideDEV H 25 (proposal) (22). 1989) with the following proviso: by way of derogation from section 9.1 of this provision at room temperature 10 minutes blowing out
3311,2-dichloroethane in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 10301 (August 1997 edition), with the following condition: liquid/liquid extraction procedure
332trichlorobenzene as the sum of all isomers in the original sampleDIN 38407-F 2 (February 1993 edition) in accordance with the number 504 of these Installation
333Endosulfan as the sum of all isomers in the original sampleDIN 38407-F 2 (February edition) (1993) in accordance with point 504 of this Appendix
334benzene and derivatives in the original sampleDIN 38407-F 9-1 (May 1991 edition), taking into account the number 504 of this Annex, and the following conditions: Instead of potassium carbonate, 2 to 3 g of sodium sulphate per 5 ml of sample shall be used. In section 3.8.3 of this DIN standard, the following applies to the 5. Paint instead of the value "8,78 µ g/l" the value "878 µ g/l".
335Not occupied
336Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the original sample (PAHs) (fluoranthene, benzo (a) pyrene, benzo (b) fluoranthene, benzo (k) fluoranthene, benzo (ghi) perylene, Indeno (1,2,3-cd) pyrene)DIN EN ISO 17993 (March 2004 edition) according to the number 504 of this asset
337 Chlorine Dioxide and other oxidants specified as chlorineDIN 38408-G 5 (June 1990 edition) with the following conditions: The measures provided for in accordance with Section 4 of this DIN standard Trouble-fixing are not to be carried out.
338ColoringDIN EN ISO 7887, Main section 3 (Output December 1994)
339Polychlorinated dibenzodioxins (PCDD) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF)DEV F 33 (52. Delivery January 2002)
340Polyfluorinated compounds (PFC) in the original sampleDIN 38407-42 (March 2011 edition)
341pHDIN EN ISO 10523 (April 2012 edition)
4Biological Test Methods
For the procedures In accordance with points 401 to 404, 410 and 412, point 509 of this Annex shall be taken into account. The requirements in accordance with DIN EN ISO 5667-16 (February 1999 edition) apply only to the extent that no deviating regulations are made in the test procedures.
400 sampling and carrying out biological test methodsDIN EN ISO 5667-16 (February 1999 edition)
401 Gifness towards fishers (GEi) in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 15088 (June 2009 edition)
402 Gifness to Daphnia (GD) in the original sampleDIN 38412-L 30 (March 1989 edition)
403 toxicity to algae (GA) in the original sampleDIN 38412-L 33 (March 1991 edition) with the following proviso: In Section 3.5 of this DIN standard, the sentence " if at higher Dilution factors no inhibition is found to be greater than 20 per cent "and in section 11.1 of this DIN standard does not apply the note.
404 Toxicity to luminescent bacteria (GL) in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 11348-1 (May 2009 issue) or DIN EN ISO 11348-2 (May 2009 edition), with the following conditions: The Wastewater testing shall be carried out in accordance with Annex B to these standards.
405Light aerobic biodegradability of substances Annex to Directive 92/69/EEC of 31 December 1992 1 July 1992. Adaptation of Directive 67 /548/EEC (OJ L 327, 28.5.67 EC No L 383 p. 187)
406Aerobic Biodegradability of SubstancesDIN EN ISO 9888 (November edition) 1999) with the following conditions: the degradability is determined as DOC degradation rate for 28 days. The amount of the activated sludge inoculum is 1 g dry mass per litre per test. The water hardness of the test water can be up to 2.7 mmol/l. The result does not take into account the blown-out and adsorbed material components. The result is given as the degree of degradation. Pre-adapted inocula are not permitted.
407aerobic biodegradability (eliminability) of the filtered sample in biological Treatment plantsDIN EN ISO 9888 (November 1999 edition) with the following condition: The degradability is determined as COD or DOC degradation degree (degree of elimination). The inoculum of the real waste water treatment plant with 1 g/l dry mass is used in the test batch (section 8.3 of this DIN standard). The duration of the elimination test corresponds to the time required to achieve the elimination level of the total water of the real waste water treatment plant in the test simulation for the overall water. The COD concentration in the test batch (CSB between 100 and 1000 mg/l) is to correspond to the real waste water of the plant feed to a large extent. The water hardness of the test water should not exceed the water hardness of the respective real wastewater. The result will not be taken into account in the results. The elimination rates are related to the COD concentration at the beginning of the test, with the withdrawal of the blown-out substance fractions. The result is indicated as elimination level.
408Aerobe biodegradability (eliminability) of the filtered sample in biological Treatment plantsDIN EN ISO 9888 (November 1999 edition) with the following condition: The degradability is determined as COD or DOC degradation degree (degree of elimination) for a maximum of 7 days. The inoculum of the real waste water treatment plant with 1 g/l dry mass is used in the test batch (section 8.3 of this DIN standard). The COD concentration in the test batch (CSB between 100 and 1000 mg/l) is to correspond to the real waste water of the plant feed to a large extent. The water hardness of the test water should not exceed the water hardness of the respective real wastewater. The result will not be taken into account in the results. The elimination rates are related to the COD concentration at the beginning of the test, with the withdrawal of the blown-out substance fractions. The result is specified as the elimination level.
409Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days in the original sample DIN EN 1899-1 (May 1998 edition)
410Potential-changing potential (umu-Test) DIN 38415 -T 3 (December 1996 edition)
411Unoccupied
412toxicity to waterlenses (GW) in the original sampleDIN EN ISO 20079 (December 2006 edition)
IIINotes and explanations
501Information about AOX method (number 302)
1.
Periodate-holding In the presence of periodate data, the sodium sulfite must be added over stoichiometry and have a reducing effect of at least 24 hours.
2.
Chloride Retention with chloride contents above 1.0 g/l, a chloride concentration of less than 1.0 g/l is prepared in the sample by dilution of the sample. The blind-value-adjusted measured value is multiplied by the dilution factor. The associated blank value is the working day determined value of a solution of 1.0 g/l chloride. In the case of chloride contents below 1.0 g/l in the undiluted sample, deionized water is used as the blank value.
3.
Nitrate washing solutionIn samples with chloride contents below 1.0 The mixture is washed with 25 ml of nitrate solution. In the case of analytical samples, the chloride concentration of which is adjusted by dilution to less than 1.0 g/l, a total of 50 ml of nitrate solution is washed in portions with a total of 50 ml of nitrate solution in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9562 (February 2005 edition).
4.
BefundThe AOX contents of the prefilter and the first and second adsorption columns are to be summed in the findings
502 hints about TOC or TNb procedures (numbers 305 and 306 of this asset)
It is use a device with thermal-catalytic combustion (minimum temperature 670 ° C).
The regulations are applicable to the Homogenization according to DIN 38402 part 30 "Pretreatment, homogenization and division of heterogeneous water samples" (July 1998), in particular sections 8.3 and 8.4.5 are to be observed.
In the investigation of particle-containing waste water samples, control measurements according to Annex C of DIN EN 1484 (August 1997) are to be carried out.
503Unfilled
504Points to determine the limit (numbers) 327, 329, 332, 333, 334, and 336 of this Appendix)
Single component measurement values are only taken into account when they are on or above the the determination limit of the particular analysis process.
505
to 508
Not occupied
509Notes for the determination of biological test methods (numbers 401 to 404, 410 and 412 of this facility)
Metric changes in volume due to the addition of neutralizing agents are to be documented in the specification of the results. The choice of suitable acids and alkalis ensures that significant chemical-physical changes in the sample (in particular precipitation and resolution) are avoided. The neutralization agent must be added in such a way that the local differences in the pH in the sample are kept as low as possible (rapid stirring, slow addition). The dilution stages are obtained from nested geometrical rows on the basis 2 and 3 according to DIN EN ISO 15088 (June 2009 edition), Section 8.3, Table 1.
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appendix 1 domestic and municipal waste water

(site: BGBl. I 2004, 1118-1119;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A Scope of application

This appendix applies to waste water,
1.
which mainly comes from household or similar facilities such as communal accommodation, hotels, restaurants, campsites, hospitals, office buildings (home Waste water) or from plants which are used for purposes other than those mentioned above, provided that it corresponds to domestic waste water,
2.
which is collected in sewerage operations and in the The equipment and installations referred to in paragraph 1 and those which are used for commercial or agricultural purposes, provided that the harmfulness of such waste water is achieved by means of biological processes with the same success as with: domestic waste water can be reduced (urban waste water), or
3.
which is treated in a river sewage system and according to its origin of the number 1 or 2 .
B General requirements (1) § 3 (1) shall not apply.(2) Sewerage plants shall be constructed, operated and used in such a way as to enable an energy-efficient operation. As far as technically possible and economically justifiable, the energy potentials generated in the disposal of waste water are to be used.C Requirements for waste water for the introduction point

(1) To the waste water for the introduction point in the waters are subject to the following requirements:

Samples according to size class of waste water treatment plants Chemischer Oxygen demand
(CSB)
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days
(BSB5)
Ammonium Nitrogen
(NH4-N)
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen
(Nges)
Phosphorus Total
(Pges)
mg/l mg/l mg/l mg/lmg/l
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
Size class 1 smaller than 60 kg/d BSB5 (roh) 150 40---
Size class 2 60 to 300 kg/d BSB5 (roh) 110 25---
Size class 3 greater than 300 to 600 kg/d BSB5 (roh) 90 20 10--
Size class 4 greater than 600 to 6 000 kg/d BSB5 (roh) 90 20 10 18 2
Size class 5 greater than 6 000 kg/d BSB5 (roh) 75 15 10 131
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Small discharges within the meaning of § 8 in conjunction with § 9 paragraph 2 sentence 2 of the Waste Water Tax Act may also be taken in place of a qualified sample or a 2-hour mixed sample.

The requirements shall apply to ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, in total, at a waste water temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the discharge of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant. At the point of 12 ° C, the time limit of 1 can also be used. May 31. 10 October. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 25 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The sum of organic and inorganic nitrogen shall be based on the sum of the organic and inorganic nitrogen.
(2) The assignment of a single conductor to one of the size classes defined in paragraph 1 shall be based on the values of the assessment of the size of the Waste water treatment plant, the BSB5 cargo of the untreated waste water-BSB5 (raw)-is based. In those cases where the BSB5 value of the sedimented waste water is used as the basis for a waste water treatment plant alone, the following values shall be used for classification:
Size class 1less than 40 kg/d BSB5 (sed.)
Size class 240 up to 200 kg/d BSB5 (sed.)
Size class 3greater than 200 kg/d to 400 kg/d BSB5 (sed.)
Size class 4greater than 400 to 4 000 kg/d BSB5 (sed.)
Size class 5greater than 4 000 kg/d BSB5 (sed.).

(3) If a sample is clearly stained by algae in the case of a pond that has a residence time of 24 hours and more, then the COD and BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l at BSB5.
(4) The requirements referred to in paragraph 1 for the size class 1 shall apply to small discharges as defined in § 8 in conjunction with § 9 para. 2 sentence 2 of the Waste Water Tax Act, if a waste water treatment plant approved by general building supervision approval or otherwise according to national law is installed and operated in accordance with the conditions of the approval. The authorisation shall require the installation, operation and maintenance requirements for the installation, operation and maintenance of the installation, which are necessary for the proper functioning of the requirements laid down in paragraph 1.
(5) For the purposes of Section 8 in conjunction with Section 9 (2) sentence 2 of the Waste Water Tax Act, the Länder can set different requirements if a connection to a public waste water system is to be expected in the near future. Unofficial table of contents

Appendix 2 Braunkohle briquette fabrication

Location of the original text: BGBl. I 2004, 1119
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant load of which is in the The material is derived from the lignite briquette production or is produced in connection with the production.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the water treatment and flue gas scrubbing process.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sampleConcentration Freight(mg/l) (g/t)
Filterable Fabrics 50 18
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 5030

(2) The values for the production-specific cargo (g/t) relate to the maximum dry power installed, expressed in quantity of dry coal in 2 Hours with a mass fraction of water of 16 to 18 percent. If production capacities are based on dry coal with other mass parts of water than 16 to 18 per cent, the calculation of the drier output should be based on 17 per cent. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the 2-hour mixing sample or the qualified sample and the wastewater volume flow in dry weather (dry weather discharge) in 2 hours. Non-official table of contents

Annex 3 Milk processing

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1119-1120)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo essentially originates from the delivery, refilling or processing of milk and dairy products and is produced in dairy plants, dairies, cheese dairies and other plants of this type.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water From milk-processing plants with a pollutant load in the raw water of less than 3 kg BSB5 per day, from indirect cooling systems and from the water treatment plant.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 110
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) 10
Nitrogen, total, 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 wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological reactor of the Waste water treatment plant and provided that the raw cargo of nitrogen, in total, more than 100 kg per day, on which the water-regulatory approval is based. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 25 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorus, total, applies if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-law approval, is more than 20 kg per day.
(4) If there is a sample of algae that does not exceed 500 m3 for a period of 24 hours and more for which the daily amount of waste water used for the authorisation of water does not exceed3 , it is clear that the The CSB and the BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l. at BSB5,
D
Requirements for waste water from mixing
The waste water will not be subject to any additional requirements before mixing with other waste water.
E
Location of the site of the attack
The wastewater will not be used for the location of the waste. additional requirements.
F
Existing discharges requests
For existing Discharges of waste water from plants before the 1. By way of derogation from Part C for phosphorus, in total, a value of 5 mg/l shall apply if the raw cargo underlying the water-law authorisation has been legally commenced at that time, or the construction of which has been lawfully commenced at that date. Phosphorus, total, more than 20 kg and less than 100 kg per day. unofficial table of contents

appendix 4 oilseed preparation, edible fat and edible oil refining

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1120-1121)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the
Annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems, to water treatment and to steam production.
B
General Requirements
(1) The pollutant load is to be kept as low as it has been checked in individual cases, the following measures are possible:
1.
Circular management of Partial flows, in particular case water of distillative de-acidification and damping,
2.
Prevention and reduction of loss of material by process-internal utilization or extraction of by-products,
3.
Use of phosphorous raw materials,
4.
Use of water economical method, e.g.
)
waste water from cleaning and disinfection processes may only contain surfactants which achieve a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of 80 per cent according to the number 405 of the "Analysing and Measurement Method" system. Surfactants are organic surface-active substances with washing and wetting properties which, at a concentration of 0.5% and a temperature of 20 ° C, mean the surface tension of distilled water at 0.045 N/m or less
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) To the waste water The following requirements are set for the entry point in the water:
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sampleSaatenaufpreparungRaffination
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 Days (BSB5) g/t 5 38
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) g/t 20 200
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, Nitrite and Nitrate nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 30 30
Phosphorus, Total g/t 0, 4 4, 5
Specific wastewater quantity m3/t 0, 2

(2) The requirements for nitrogen, total, apply at a waste water temperature of 12 ° C and larger in the course of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant and if those of the water-law
requirements for phosphorus, total, apply if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is the basis for the approval of water legislation, is more than 20 kg in total, of total nitrogen, more than 100 kg per day.
(4) The production-specific requirements (g/t, m3/t) referred to in paragraph 1 shall relate to the production capacity on the basis of the application of the water-based authorisation. The seeds are used for seed preparation and for refining oil. If more than one insert product is used, the requirements are proportional to the quantity of the used products used. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding with the sampling.
D
Waste water requirements before mixing
The waste water will be used before mixing with
E
The requirements for the location of the Waste
No additional requirements are placed on the wastewater for the location of the seizage.
F
Requirements for existing discharges
For existing discharges of waste water from plants that are before the 1. By way of derogation from Part C, the following requirements shall apply:
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sampleSaatenaufpreparungRaffination
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) g/t 13 38
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) g/t 55 225
Phosphorus, Total g/t 1, 5 7, 5
Specific wastewater quantity m3/t 0, 5

Case water or other lightly contaminated waste water may only be introduced separately from the rest of the waste water if it cannot be used internally, if it is used in the raw water for the COD The value of 75 mg/l in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixed sample shall be below the level of the sample. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 5 Production of fruit and vegetable products

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1122)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant load of which is in the This Annex does not apply to waste water from the production of baby food, tea and vegetables, as well as for the production of fruit and vegetables.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from the production of baby food, tea and vegetables. Herbal products as well as indirect cooling systems and water treatment systems.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 110
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) 10
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) 18
Phosphorus, Total2

(2) The Requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, in total, shall apply at a sewer temperature of 12 ° C and greater at the end of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant and provided that the water-regulatory approval is based on: Raw cargo of nitrogen, total, more than 100 kg per day. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 25 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorus, total, applies if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-law approval, is more than 20 kg per day.
(4) If there is a sample of algae that does not exceed 500 m3 for a period of 24 hours and more for which the daily amount of waste water used for the authorisation of water does not exceed3 , it is clear that the The CSB and the BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l for the BSB5. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 6 Manufacture of soft drinks and beverage bottling

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1122-1123)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo mainly originates from the production of soft drinks and table water, the extraction and bottling of natural mineral water, spring water and medicinal water, and the bottling of all kinds of beverages, provided that: Waste water from bottling is not treated together with waste water from the production of the beverage base materials and the essences for soft drinks.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the Operating water processing.
B
General requirements
No more than § 3 Requirements.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) To the Waste water is placed on the following requirements for the entry point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 110
Phosphorus, total 2

(2) The requirement for phosphorous, total, applies if the raw stock of phosphorus, which is based on water-law approval, is total phosphorus, more than 20 kg per day.
(3) The CSB and the BSB5 of the BSB5 of 24 hours and more are dimensioned and where the daily waste water quantity on which the water-law approval is based does not exceed 500 m3 , a sample is clearly coloured by algae. of the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l for the BSB5. unofficial table of contents

appendix 7 fish processing

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1123)
A
Scope
This Annex applies to waste water, its pollutant load in the Essential elements from the processing of fish and the processing of shellfish and crustaceans, as well as for waste water, whose pollutant loads both from the processing of fish, shellfish and crustaceans, as well as from household and plant in the sense of of Annex 1, Part A, if in the raw water the CSB cargo of waste water from the processing of fish, bowls and crustaceans is usually more than two thirds of the total freight and the BSB5 cargo is at least 600 kg per day.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 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 wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological reactor of the Waste water treatment plant and provided that the raw cargo of nitrogen, in total, more than 100 kg per day, on which the water-regulatory approval is based. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 40 mg/l may be permitted in the water-regulatory authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorous, total, applies if the BSB5 cargo in the supply of the waste water treatment plant, which is based on the water-law approval, is 600 kg per year. Day. For waste water, the BSB5 (raw) freight of which is 6 000 kg per day or more, the value of phosphorus, total, is 1 mg/l. unofficial table of contents

appendix 8 potato processing

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1124)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant load of which is in the
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from the processing of potatoes in distilleries, starch factories, plants for the drying of plant products for the processing of potatoes, for the production of potatoes, for the production of potatoes, for the production of potatoes, for the production of potatoes. Feed production and plants for the production of fruit and vegetable products as well as in indirect cooling systems and from water treatment.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 150
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) 10
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) 18
Phosphorus, Total2

(2) The Requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, in total, shall apply at a sewer temperature of 12 ° C and greater at the end of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant and provided that the water-regulatory approval is based on: Raw cargo of nitrogen, total, more than 100 kg per day. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 25 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorus, total, applies if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-law approval, is more than 20 kg per day.
(4) If there is a sample of algae that does not exceed 500 m3 for a period of 24 hours and more for which the daily amount of waste water used for the authorisation of water does not exceed3 , it is clear that the The CSB and the BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l for the BSB5. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 9 Production of coating materials and paint resins

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1124-1125;
bzl of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This appendix applies to waste water, Its pollutant cargo essentially consists of the production of aqueous emulsion paints, synthetic resin-based plasters and water-dilutable coating materials, paint resins and solvent-based coating materials
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from the production of organic colour pigments and inorganic pigments, as well as from indirect cooling systems and from the treatment of water resources.
B
General Requirements
(1) When creating a vacuum in the production process, the
2) The waste water must not contain mercury compounds and organotin compounds, which are used as preservatives and microbicidal additives. . The evidence that mercury or organotin compounds are not contained in the waste water can be provided by the fact that information is available from the manufacturers according to which the products used for preservation or microbicidal adjustment are used. Use and auxiliary substances do not contain such compounds.
(3) Waste water from the production area of solvent-based coating materials with auxiliary plants, which is based on the extinguishing of the distillation bottoms from the solvent recovery shall not be derived.
C
Wastewater requirements for the Introduction point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 120
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) mg/l 20
Gifness towards Fischeiern (GEi)2

(2) In the case of waste water streams whose CSB concentration at the site of the seizage is greater than 50 g/l, the COD must be reduced to at least 500 mg/l. style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) wastewater from the following areas will be used Before mixing with other waste water, the following requirements are made:
Aqueous Emulsion paints,
synthetic resin-bound plasters
and water-thinnable
coating materials
Container Cleaning with Lauge
(Lauge Cleaning)
from the production of coating
materials based on solvent-based
with side-by-side farms
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixing 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
Pewter- 1
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 1 1
Light Volatile Halogenated Hydrocarbons (LHKW) 0, 1-

(2) The requirements for AOX and LHKW (sum of trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene, 1.1.1-trichloroethane, dichloromethane- calculated as chlorine) refer to the sample. The requirement for LHKW shall also be deemed to be complied with if it is proved that volatile halogenated hydrocarbons are not used in production and for cleaning purposes. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 10 Meat economy

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1125-1126)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo mainly originates from the slaughtering, processing and processing of meat, including the processing of the bowel, and the production of ready-made meals on a predominant basis.
(2) This Annex does not apply. for waste water from small discharges within the meaning of § 8 of the Waste Water Tax Act with a pollutant load in the raw water of less than 10 kg BSB5 per week as well as from indirect cooling systems and from the water treatment plant.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 110
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) 10
Nitrogen, total, 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 wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological reactor of the Waste water treatment plant and provided that the raw cargo of nitrogen, in total, more than 100 kg per day, on which the water-regulatory approval is based. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 25 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorus, total, applies if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-law approval, is more than 20 kg per day.
(4) If there is a sample of algae that does not exceed 500 m3 for a period of 24 hours and more for which the daily amount of waste water used for the authorisation of water does not exceed3 , it is clear that the The CSB and the BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l for the BSB5. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 11 Breweries

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1126-1127)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo essentially comes from brews of beer. It also applies to waste water from an integrated malting plant, insofar as it only covers the needs of the brewery in question.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the water treatment plant.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 110
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) 10
Nitrogen, total, 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 wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological reactor of the Waste water treatment plant and provided that the raw cargo of nitrogen, in total, more than 100 kg per day, on which the water-regulatory approval is based. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 25 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorus, total, applies if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-law approval, is more than 20 kg per day.
(4) If there is a sample of algae that does not exceed 500 m3 for a period of 24 hours and more for which the daily amount of waste water used for the authorisation of water does not exceed3 , it is clear that the The CSB and the BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l for the BSB5. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 12 Manufacture of alcohol and alcoholic beverages

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1127)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant load of which is in the This Annex does not apply to waste water from the production, processing and bottling of alcohol from the legally approved fuel, as well as from the production, processing and bottling of alcoholic
. Severance distilleries within the meaning of § 57 of the Branntweinmonopolgesetz (Branntweinmonopolgesetz), the preparation of wine and fruit wine, the brewing of beer, the production of alcohol from molasses, from indirect cooling systems and from the treatment of water resources.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 110
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) 10
Nitrogen, total, 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 wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological reactor of the Waste water treatment plant and provided that the raw cargo of nitrogen, in total, more than 100 kg per day, on which the water-regulatory approval is based. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 25 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorus, total, applies if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-law approval, is more than 20 kg per day.
(4) If there is a sample of algae that does not exceed 500 m3 for a period of 24 hours and more for which the daily amount of waste water used for the authorisation of water does not exceed3 , it is clear that the The CSB and the BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l. at BSB5.
(5) The requirements for batch pastry shall be those of the sample. They are deemed not to be observed when the stack pond is left off before the specified values are reached. unofficial table of contents

appendix 13 wood fibreboards

(original text site: BGBl. I 2004, 1128)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant of which is in the
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the water treatment plant.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) kg/t 0, 2
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) kg/t 1
Phenol Index after Distillation and Dye Extraction g/t 0, 3
Toxicity to fish eggs (GEi)2

(2) For hard fibre boards (density greater than 900
(3) The production-specific requirements (g/t; kg/t) in accordance with the requirements of production-specific requirements (g/t; kg/t) shall apply to the production-specific requirements (g/t; kg/m3), which are produced by wet processes and have a fibre moisture content of more than 20 percent in the stage of plate shaping. Paragraphs 1 and 2 relate to the production capacity of fibre boards (absolutely dry), which is based on the authorisation of water legislation, in 0.5 or 2 hours. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or 2-hour mixing sample and from the waste water volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
D
Requirements for water before mixing
The waste water will be used before mixing with other Wastewater for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) has a requirement of 0.3 g/t. The requirement relates to the production capacity of fibre boards (absolutely dry) in 0.5 or 2 hours, which is based on the approval of water legislation. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling. Non-official table of contents

Annex 14 Drying of plant products for feed production

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1128-1129)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the
Annex does not apply to waste water from the drying of herbal products for the production of feedingstuffs for the production of feed products. Feed production as a by-production, as well as indirect cooling systems and water treatment.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 110
Phosphorus, total2

(2) The requirement for phosphorous, total, applies, if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-law authorisation, amounts to a total of more than 20 kg per day.
(3) In the case of ponds, which are calculated for a stay of 24 hours and more, and in which the In the case of a daily waste water quantity not exceeding 500 m3 , a sample is clearly stained by algae, the COD and the BSB5 shall be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l. at BSB5.
(4) The requirements for batch pastry shall be those of the sample. They are deemed not to be observed when the stack pond is left off before the specified values are reached. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 15 Manufacture of skin glue, gelatin and bone glue

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1129)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant of which is in the Essential from the processing of animal offal products and residues of leather manufacture to skin glue, bone glue, gelatine or natural origin.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the Operating water processing.
B
General requirements
No more than § 3 Requirements.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) To the Waste water is placed on the following requirements for the entry point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 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 wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological reactor of the Waste water treatment plant and provided that the raw cargo of nitrogen, in total, more than 100 kg per day, on which the water-regulatory approval is based. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 50 mg/l can be permitted in the water-legal authorisation if the reduction in total nitrogen load is at least 85 per cent. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirement for phosphorus as a whole shall apply if the raw cargo of phosphorus, which is based on the water-regulatory approval, is more than 20 kg per day. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 16 Coal processing

(found: BGBl. I 2004, 1129-1130)
A
Scope
This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant load of which is essentially derived from coal processing.
B
General requirements
no requirements exceeding § 3.
C
Requirements for waste water for the Introduction point
To discharge the waste water, the following requirements are placed for the introduction point into the water:
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 100 mg/l Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
Filterable Fabrics 80 mg/l
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Annex 17 Manufacture of ceramic products

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1130-1131)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo mainly originates from the commercial production of ceramic products.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems, from the water treatment plant and to sanitary wastewater.
B
General Requirements
(1) Wastewater from the refractory area as well as the manufacture of Grinding tools, cleaving plates, tiles and bricks must not be introduced into water bodies. Set 1 shall not apply to the cleaning and maintenance of the production facilities and to the washing of raw materials.
(2) The discharge of waste water is only permissible if it is from the production of
1.
Piezo-Ceramics at least 50 percent,
2.
Cutlery products at least 50 percent and
3.
Sanitary ceramic at least 30 percent
.
C
Wastewater requirements for the Introduction point
The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the entry point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing samplemg/l
Infiltratable Fabrics 50
Chemischer Oxygen demand (CSB) 80
Phosphorus, total 1, 5
D
Wastewater Requirements Mixing
(1) The waste water is subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
adsorbable organic bound halogens (AOX) 0, 1
Lead 0, 3
Cadmium 0, 07
Chrome, total 0, 1
Cobalt 0, 1
Copper 0, 1
Nickel 0, 1
Zinc2

For AOX, the Values for the sample.
(2) The requirements referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply if a total of no more than 4 m3 per day of waste water is obtained and no waste water originates from the glazing area.
(3) In case of waste water up to 8 m3 per day, the requirements of Part D (1) and for the substances that can be filtered from Part C shall also be considered to be complied with if a general building inspection permit or otherwise according to national law has been approved Waste water treatment plant installed and operated, regularly maintained in accordance with the authorisation and checked for its proper condition prior to commissioning and at regular intervals of no longer than 5 years according to the country's law
E
Location of the site of the seizage
The waste water will be used for the location of the seizage No additional requirements.
F
Existing discharges requests
For existing discharges of waste water from plants that are before the 1. The provisions of Parts B, C and D shall apply only if no different requirements are laid down in paragraphs 1 to 4.
(1) Waste water from the fission plate and tile production may be initiated by way of derogation from Part B (1) if it has been re-used in the manufacturing process at least 50 percent.
(2) Waste water from the production of piezo ceramics may be used. by way of derogation from Part B, paragraph 2, point 1, if it has been re-used at least 30 per cent.
(3) Waste water from the sanitary ceramics sector and the production of dishware may vary from part B (2) (2) and (3) to
(4) If more water is reused than required in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3, higher concentrations than those specified in part C and D may be allowed for AOX and CSB if: the freight referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 shall be complied with. Unofficial Table Of Contents

Appendix 18 Sugar Production

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1131-1132)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo is mainly derived from the extraction of solid and liquid sugars and syrups from sugar beet and sugar cane.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems, from the treatment of water and water, and from the water treatment plant. from the scrubbing of flue gases.
B
General requirements
The wastewater is allowed to bind organically. Halogens which originate from the use of chlorine or chlorine-releasing compounds, with the exception of chlorine dioxide, are not present in the case water cycle. Proof that the requirement is met can be provided by the fact that the operating and auxiliary substances used are listed in an operating diary and, according to the manufacturer's instructions, none of the substances or substance groups mentioned
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) Waste water requirements for the discharge point in the water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 200
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 wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological reactor of the Waste water treatment plant. For nitrogen, total, a higher concentration of up to 50 mg/l in the qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample may be permitted in the water-regulatory approval if the reduction of the total nitrogen load is at least 70 per cent . The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The entire bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
(3) The requirements refer to the sample in the case of stacking ponds. They are considered not to be met if the batch pond is dropped before the specified values are reached.
D
Requirements for waste water from mixing
Water and condensation water must be used for the purpose of common use, if it cannot be reused in the internal market Treatment with waste water of other regions of origin shall be mixed only if the concentrations at the parameters set out in Part C (1) exceed the values set there in the raw-water. Non-official table of contents

Annex 19 Cell materials production

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1132-1133)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo is mainly derived from the production of bleached pulp according to the sulphite or sulphate process.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from the production of pulp from annual plants as well as to waste water from the production of waste water from the indirect cooling systems and from operating water treatment.
B
General requirements
The Pollutant cargo shall be kept as low as possible after examination of the circumstances in individual cases by means of the following measures:
1.
largely non-waterproof debarking,
2.
optimized wood digestion (further coking, Oxygen delignification),
3.
Closed washing and sorting of the unbleached pulp,
4.
capturing the organic substance in solution during the digestion process to at least 98 percent by using water-saving washing methods,
5.
Recovery of by-products from the pulp wash (e.g. B. Tall oil extraction in the sulfate process),
6.
Neutralization and evaporation of the washing solution,
7.
Recovery of the evaporation concentrate (thick liquor) and recovery of the disconnection chemicals,
8.
Stripping of highly concentrated evaporation condensates and re-use,
9.
bleach without the use of Elemental archers and chlorine-containing bleaching chemicals, with the exception of chlorine dioxide, in the production of ECF sulphate pulp (elemental cell-free pulp),
10.
Minimizing the use and retention of organic complexing agents, which have a DOC degree of degradation after 28 days of 80% in accordance with point 406 of the " Analyses-and Measurement methods " do not reach.
C
Requirements for wastewater for the Introduction point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
24-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) kg/t 25
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) mg/l 30
Phosphorus, overall mg/l 2
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 10
toxicity to fish eggs (GEi)2

The requirement for toxicity to fish eggs (GEi) refers to: The sample.
(2) A total nitrogen, fixed value, is also considered to be observed if it is determined and maintained as "total bound nitrogen (TNb)".
(3) The production-specific freight value for the COD (kg/t) In accordance with paragraph 1, the production capacity of the target products (air-dry (lutro) pulp) in tonnes per day shall be based on the production capacity of the target products. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the 24-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
D
Requirements for waste water from mixing
(1) The waste water can be used before mixing with other waste water chlorine and chlorine-containing bleaching agents as well as adsorbable organic bound halogens (AOX) from bleach. By way of derogation from the first sentence, waste water from the production of ECF sulphate pulp (elemental-free pulp) in the 24-hour mixing sample may contain up to 0.25 kg AOX per tonne of pulp.
(2) The production-specific freight value for AOX (kg/t) as referred to in paragraph 1, refers to the production capacity of the target products (air-dry (lutro) pulp) in tonnes per day on which the water-based authorisation is based. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the 24-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
E
The waste water requirements for the location of the waste
To the waste water, no additional requirements are placed for the location of the waste.
F
Existing discharges requests
For existing waste water discharges from assets, that was before the 1. By way of derogation from Part C for the COD, a value of 40 kg/t shall apply and, by way of derogation from Part D (1) sentence 2, for the AOX, a value of 0.35 kg/t shall apply for the AOX. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 20 Processing of animal by-products

(find: BGBl. I 2004, 1133-1134;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This appendix applies to waste water, the pollutant cargo of which, in essence, the collection, transport, storage, treatment and processing of animal by-products not intended for human consumption, in warehouses, intermediate-treatment plants and processing plants for Material of 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 down the health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption (OJ L 327, 30.12.2002, p. EC No 1).
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems.
B
General Requirements
The pollutant load is to be kept as low as possible by the following measures:
1.
Recool the raw material while preserving and ensuring a quick Processing,
2.
Use of unfermented salt in hides and skins preservation,
3.
Reholding salt sheets from the haemesis by means of suitable methods such as dry disposal or recycling to production.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 150
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges)50

(2) The nitrogen requirement, in total, applies at a waste water temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the discharge of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant.
(3) If a sample is clearly stained by algae in the case of partial plants which are dimensioned for a residence time of 24 hours and more, then the COD and the BSB5 are to be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l. at BSB5,
D
Requirements for waste water from mixing
The waste water must be a value of 0.1 mg/l for adsorbable organic substances before mixing with wastewater from other sources of origin. bound halogens (AOX) in the sample. The requirement shall also be deemed to have been complied with if the cleaning and disinfecting agents or other operating and auxiliary substances used do not contain any organically bound halogen compounds or substances which split off halogen. Proof may be provided by the fact that the operating and auxiliary substances used are listed in an operating diary and, according to the manufacturer, do not contain any of the substances or substance groups referred to in sentence 1. Unofficial Table Of Contents

Attachment 21 Mälzereien

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1134)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant load of which is in the
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from the malting plant integrated in a brewery, insofar as it only covers the needs of the brewery in question, and also from indirect cooling systems and from the operating water treatment.
B
General requirements
There are no more than § 3
C
Wastewater requirements for the Introduction point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB)110

(2) If you have a partial installation that is longer than 24 hours or more, and where the In the case of a daily waste water quantity not exceeding 500 m3 , a sample is clearly stained by algae, the COD and the BSB5 shall be determined by the algae-free sample. In this case, the values set out in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 15 mg/l at the COD and by 5 mg/l for the BSB5. Non-official table of contents

Annex 22 Chemical industry

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1134-1137;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, which is mainly produced in the manufacture of substances by chemical, biochemical or physical processes, including the associated pretreatment, intermediate and post-treatment.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water discharges from less than 10 m3 per day. Furthermore, this Annex does not apply to waste water coming from the production or production of potash fertilizers.
(3) For waste water derived from formulating (manufacture of substances and preparations by mixing, dissolving or filling) and, without mixing with other waste water falling within the scope of this Annex, only Part B of this Annex shall apply. Part B applies to the location of the waste water.
B
General requirements
The Pollutant cargo shall be kept as low as possible after examination of the circumstances in individual cases by the following measures:
-
The use of water-saving processes, such as countercurrent washing,
-
multiple use and circulation, e.g. in the case of washing and cleaning operations,
-
indirect cooling, e.g. instead of the use of injection condensers or injection coolers for cooling of Steam Phases,
-
Water-free use of vacuum and exhaust air purification methods,
-
Retication or recovery of fabrics by reprocessing mother liquors and by streamlined procedures,
-
Use of low-emission raw materials and auxiliaries.
The proof of compliance with the general requirements must be provided in a waste water cadastre.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
1.
Chemical oxygen demand (CSB) :For waste water streams, the COD concentration of which is at the point of origin of the waste water:
a)
more than 50 000 mg/l, a COD concentration of 2 500 mg/l,
b)
more than 750 mg/l, a CSB concentration, which is 90 per cent of a CSB decrease, shall be considered. ,
c)
750 mg/l or less, applies a CSB concentration of 75 mg/l,
d)
less than 75 mg/l, the actual CSB concentration is valid at the site of origin.
The requirements are also considered to be complied with if, in accordance with Part B, a CSB concentration of 75 mg/l in the qualified sample or 2-hour mixing sample is observed.
2.
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and Nitrate nitrogen (Nges): 50 mg/l in the qualified sample or 2-hour mixed probe.In the water-regulatory approval, a higher concentration of up to 75 mg/l can be established if a reduction of the nitrogen load by 75 percent is complied with. The fixed value is also considered to be complied with if it is observed as the "total bound nitrogen (TNb)".
3.
phosphorus, total: 2 mg/l in the qualified sample or 2-hour mixed probe.The requirement is also considered to be complied with if the value, determined as phosphorus compounds as phosphorus total, is maintained.

4.Gifness
Gifness to fish eggsGEi = 2
Gifness to Daphnia GD = 8
Gifness vs AlgenGA = 16
Gifness towards luminariesGL = 32
Inheritance Changing Potential (umu-Test)GM = 1.5
The requirements are the qualified sample or the 2-hour compound sample.

(2) Where, in agreement with the water authority, measures integrated with the water authority to reduce the CSB cargo are applied, the prior implementation of the measures shall be
(3) For the chemical oxygen demand (COD), the total cargo is to be limited in 0.5 or 2 hours in the case of the water-law approval. The total freight is calculated from the sum of the individual loads of the individual waste water flows. The total load to be maintained refers to the concentration in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and the wastewater volume flow corresponding with the sampling in 0.5 or 2 hours.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) The waste water will be treated before mixing with
1.Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX)
a)Wastewater from the production of epichlorohydrin, Propylene oxide and butylene oxide:3 mg/l
b)Wastewater the two-stage production of acetaldehyde:80 g/t
c) Waste water from the one-stage production of acetaldehyde:30 g/t
d) Wastewater from the production of AOX-relevant organic dyes and aromatic intermediates, insofar as these mainly serve the production of organic colorants: 8 mg/l
e)Waste water from the production of AOX-relevant pharmaceutical active ingredients:8 mg/l
f)wastewater of the Production of C1-CKW by methane chlorination and methanol esterification as well as of tetrachloromethane and tetrachloroethene by perchlorination:10 g/t
 g)Waste water from the production of 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC), including further processing to vinyl chloride (VC): 2 g/t
The freight value refers to the production capacity for the cleaned EDC. The capacity shall be determined taking into account the EDC component, which is not cracked in the VC unit coupled to the EDC production unit and is returned to the production circuit in the EDC cleaning system.
h)Waste water from the production of polyvinyl chloride (PVC): 5 g/t
i)Wastewater streams where an AOX concentration is exceeded by 0.1 mg/l and is below 1 mg/l without any targeted measures:0.3 mg/l
j)Non-separately regulated waste water flows from the production, processing or use of substances in which a concentration of 1 mg/l is exceeded or by targeted use Steps below it:1 mg/l or 20 g/t
The cargo value refers to the capacity of the organic target products. It does not apply to the application of fabrics.
2. Other fabrics
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample mg/l
I II 
Mercury 0, 05 0, 001
Cadmium 0, 2 0, 005
Copper 0, 5 0, 1
Nickel 0, 5 0, 05
Lead 0, 5 0, 05
chrome, total 0, 5 0, 05
Zinc 2 0, 2
tin 2 0, 2 
The requirements of column I apply to waste water flows from the manufacture, processing or use of these substances. The requirements of column II shall apply to waste water flows which do not originate from the production, processing or use of these substances, but which are nevertheless contaminated with such substances below the concentration values of column I.
(2) In compliance with the requirements of AOX and the general requirements of Part B, the requirements of Part 10 of Annex 48 shall also be deemed to be complied with.
(3) The requirements for AOX do not apply to iodinated organic substances in the waste water from the Preparation and filling of X-ray contrast media.
(4) For the adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) and the substances limited in paragraph 1 (2), the total freight per parameter in 0.5 or 2 shall be in the water-regulatory approval. Hours to limit. The respective total freight is calculated from the sum of the individual loads of the individual wastewater streams. The total cargo to be maintained refers to the concentration in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling in 0.5 or 2 hours.
(5) A waste water stream may be used with waste water only if it is proven that the total amount of organically bound carbon (TOC) for the site of the production is reduced by 80% in total. This requirement shall not apply if the residual TOC in the water from the respective waste water stream does not exceed 20 kg per day or 300 kg per year or 1 kg per tonne of production capacity of the organic target product. For the purpose of demonstrating the reduction of freight, the physical-chemical waste water treatment plants of the TOC elimination level of these plants and of biological waste water treatment plants shall be the result of an investigation according to point 407 of the Appendix to § 4
E
Waste water requirements for the location of the seizage
(1) For chromium VI a concentration of 0.1 mg/l in the sample.
(2) A concentration of 10 mg/l in the sample is to be observed for organically bound halogens (POX) which can be blown out. This requirement is considered to be complied with if it is reached before the entry into a sewerage system without causing an exit loss or the waste water has been diluted.
F
Existing discharges requests
(1) For existing waste water discharges Equipment which is before the 1. The provisions of Parts A, B, C and D shall apply only if no different requirements are laid down in paragraphs 2 to 5.
(2) By way of derogation from Part B, the proof of compliance with the general requirements in a waste water cadastre is to be provided only for 90 per cent of the respectively parameter-related total loads. The use of waste water-free methods for vacuum production and for exhaust air purification is to be tested only for the parameters of parts D and E. An additional test with regard to other parameters can be dispensed with.
(3) The requirements of Part C on the CSB do not apply to the waste water from the production of polyacrylonitrile.
(4) The following waste water flows will be by way of derogation from Part D, before mixing with other waste water, the following requirements are placed on the AOX:
1.Wastewater the production of EDC, including further processing to VC:5 g/t
(production capacity of purified EDC)
2.Waste water produced from PVC production: 1 mg/l or 20 g/t


(5) The requirements for mutagenic potential (umu-Test) according to Part C, paragraph 1, and the TOC under Part D, paragraph 5 do not apply. Non-official table of contents

Annex 23 Waste biological treatment plants

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1137-1138;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This appendix applies to
1.
Wastewater, the pollutant load of which essentially consists of plants for the biological treatment of Settlement waste and other waste to be treated as municipal waste, and
2.
contaminated with specific operation in the area of this plant. Precipitation water.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from plants for the treatment of separately collected bio-waste, from plants for the production of compost, from indirect cooling systems and from the treatment of water resources.
B
General Requirements
(1) The volume flow and pollutant load of the waste water from plants in accordance with Part A, paragraph 1 shall be kept as low as possible by means of the following measures:
1.
Circular guidance and multiple use of process water,
2.
avoidance of entry of Precipitation water into the waste storage and waste treatment areas by housing, roofing or covering.
(2) The waste water can only be introduced into water bodies, as far as process water from the process and exhaust air treatment Mechanical-aerobic-biological treatment plants cannot be fully used. In this case, the requirements of Part C and D.
C
Requirements for wastewater for the Introduction point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
Chemischer Oxygen demand (CSB) mg/l 200
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) mg/l 20
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 70
Phosphorus, total mg/l 3
Hydrocarbons, Total mg/l 10
Gifness towards fish eggs (GEi) 2

The total amount of hydrocarbons is for the sample.(2) A total nitrogen, fixed value shall also be considered to be observed if it is determined and maintained as the "total bound nitrogen (TNb)".
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements before mixing with other waste water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 0, 5
Mercury 0, 05
Cadmium 0, 1
chrome, total 0, 5
Chrome VI 0, 1
Nickel 1
Lead 0, 5
Copper 0, 5
Zinc 2
Arsen 0, 1
Cyanid, easy to release 0, 2
Sulfide, easy-to-release 1

For AOX, chromium VI, cyanide, easy to release, and sulphide, easy to release, the values for the sample apply.(2) The waste water may be mixed with other waste water, other than waste water derived from the above-ground deposition of waste, for the purpose of joint biological treatment only if it is to be expected that at least one of the following shall be expected: Requirements are met:
1.
For toxicity to fish eggs, luminaions and Daphnia a representative waste water sample is carried out after an elimination test has been carried out with the aid of a biological laboratory continuous sewage treatment plant (plant, for example). For example, according to DIN 38412-L 26), do not exceed the following requirements:
to fish eggsGEi = 2,
toxicity to DaphniaGD = 4 and
Gifness towards light bacteria GL = 4.

Measures such as nitrification in the biological laboratory plant or pH constant keeping ensure that the GEi value is not exceeded by ammonia (NH3) is caused. The waste water may be diluted as desired for entry into the biological laboratory sewage treatment plant. In the case of nutrient deficiency, nutrients can be metered in. Dilution water must not be added during the test phase.
2.
It will be DOC-elimination level of 75% in accordance with point 408 of the "Analysing and measurement method" system.
3.
The waste water has before the common biological Treatment with other waste water already has a COD concentration of less than 400 mg/l.
For major changes, but at least every 2 years, proof of compliance with these requirements must be carried out. Unofficial Table Of Contents

Annex 24 Iron, Steel and Temperate Foundry

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1138-1140)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo essentially originates from one of the following areas of iron, steel and tempering:
1.
melting operation,
2.
foundry, cooling, and extractors area,
3.
Putzerei,
4.
Forming and Sanding,
5.
kernmacherei and
6.
System Cleaning. (2) This Annex shall not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems and from water treatment.
B
General Requirements
(1) The waste water must not contain organically bound halogens that come from solvents and cleaners. Proof that the requirement is complied with can be provided by the fact that all the solvents and cleaning agents used are listed in an operating diary and that the manufacturer's information is available according to which these solvents and cleaning agents are used. organically bound halogens are not included.
(2) Waste water from the sand regeneration must not be initiated.
(3) Waste water from the nuclear power plant may only be discharged if it has at least the requirements of Annex 1, Part C for the Size class 4.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) To the Waste water from one of the areas referred to in Part A (1) shall be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
Chemischer Oxygen demand (CSB) g/t 100
Iron g/t 5
Hydrocarbons, Total g/t 5
Phenol Index after Distillation and Dye Extraction g/t 2, 5
Cyanid, easy to release g/t 0, 5
Toxicity to fish eggs (GEi)2

(2) The production-specific freight values (g/t) refer to the production capacity (produced good casting) which is based on the authorisation of water. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
(3) The toxicity relates to fishers (GEi) A production-specific wastewater volume flow rate of 0.5 m3 per tonne of good casting produced. If the numerical value calculated for the respective production-specific waste water volume does not correspond to a dilution factor of the dilution sequence set in the determination procedure, the next higher dilution factor shall apply.
D
waste water requirements from mixing
(1) wastewater from one of the in part A Prior to mixing with waste water from other regions of origin, the following requirements are met:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
g/t
Arsen 0, 05
Cadmium 0, 05
Lead 0, 25
chrome, total 0, 25
Copper 0, 25
Nickel 0, 25
Zinc 1
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX)0.5

(2) The production-specific freight values (g/t) refer to the production capacity (good cast produced) on which the water-based authorisation is based. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample, for AOX from the sample, and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 25 Leather production, pellet finishing, leather fiber production

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1140-1141;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is mainly derived from leather manufacture, pellet finishing, leather pulp production, and hides and skins.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems.
B
General Requirements
(1) For hides and skins, the pollutant load is so to be kept low, as is possible by the following measures:
1.
Keep the hides and skins refrigerated and Felle,
2.
Use of unpeeled salt,
3.
Reholding of salt lakes from the Deforestation by means of appropriate methods such as dry disposal or reuse.
(2) The AOX pollution of the waste water is to be kept as low as this by selecting and using appropriate cleaning and disinfection agents or other operating and auxiliary substances.
C
Requirements for wastewater for the Introduction point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
Chemischer Oxygen demand (CSB) mg/l 250
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) mg/l 25
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) mg/l 10
Phosphorus, total mg/l 2
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) mg/l 0, 5
Gifness towards fish eggs (GEi) 2

(2) The ammonium nitrogen requirement applies to a waste water temperature of 12 ° C and greater at the end of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant.
(3) For waste water, where it is expected to be if the chemical oxygen demand (COD) in the feed at the biological level in the monthly average is more than 2,500 mg/l, a expiry value in the 2-hour mixing sample or the qualified person shall apply to the COD, by way of derogation from paragraph 1. Sample that corresponds to a reduction in COD by at least 90 percent.
(4) For waste water, which is expected to be based on the biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) in the feed of the biological level in the monthly average By way of derogation from paragraph 1, for the BSB5, a discharge value in the 2-hour mixing sample or a qualified sample, which corresponds to a reduction of BSB5 by at least 97.5 per cent, shall apply.
(5) The reduction of the COD and the BSB5 relates to the ratio of the pollutant load in the feed of the biological stage to that at the end of the central waste water treatment plant in 24 hours. For the pollutant load of the feed, the burden of biology on the basis of the permission is decisive. The extent of the reduction is to be assessed on the basis of the design and operation of the waste water treatment plant.
(6) For the discharge of waste water from the pellet finishing, a value for toxicity to fish eggs of GEi = 4.
D
Waste water requirements before mixing
The waste water is used before mixing. with other waste water, for example:
1.
For waste water from the shallow, grazing, Decosting, including rinsing, is a value of 2 mg/l sulphide, easy to release, to be observed in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample.
2.
For waste water from tanning, including undulating and wet finishing (neutralization, aftertanning, dyeing, fat), including rinsing or from the Manufacture of leather fibers is a value of 1 mg/l of chromium, total, in the qualified sample, or in the 2-hour mixing sample.
E
The waste water requirements for the location of the waste
(1) The waste water from the pellet grease may contain only those halogenated solvents that have been added after the second Ordinance for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act, as amended, may be used. This requirement shall also be deemed to be complied with if it is demonstrated that only permitted halogenated solvents are used. Furthermore, for LHKW (sum of trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene, 1.1.1-trichloroethane, dichloromethane-calculated as chlorine), the value of 0.1 mg/l is to be observed in the sample.
(2) Wastewater from the pickling of the fur coloration, including rinsing, may be required. have a value of 0.05 mg/l of chromium VI in the sample. Section 6 (1) shall not apply. unofficial table of contents

appendix 26 stones and growls

(site: BGBl. I 2004, 1141-1142)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, including the production-specific contaminated rainwater, the pollutant load of which is essentially derived from the following production areas:
1.
Extraction and preparation of natural stone, quartz, sand and gravel as well as the production of bleaching earth, lime and dolomite,
2.
Production of limestone sandstone,
3.
Manufacture of concrete and concrete products and
4.
Production of fiber cement.
(2) This attachment does not apply to
1.
Wastewater which is introduced into a supernatural body of water formed in the extraction of mineral raw materials, provided that the water is only used for washing the products obtained there is used and does not contain any substances other than those which have been removed, and where it is ensured that these substances do not reach other waters,
2.
Sanitary Water,
3.
Wastewater from indirect cooling systems and from the water treatment as well as
4.
wastewater from flue gas scrubbing.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Requirements for waste water for the introduction site
(1) The waste water from one of the areas mentioned in Part A, paragraph 1, will be discharged into the water for the discharge point. The following requirements are set:
Area 1Area 2Qualified Sample or 2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Filterable Fabrics 100 100
Chemischer Oxygen demand (CSB)-150

(2) In the production of concrete and concrete products,
(3) In the production of fibre cement, waste water must not be discharged.
(4) The requirement under paragraph 3 shall not apply if the production unit is routinely cleaned or serviced. In this case, the following requirements apply:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
mg/l
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 80
Filterable Fabrics30
D
Waste water requirements before mixing
The wastewater from the cleaning and maintenance of the Plants for the production of fibre cement are subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l sample

mg/l
AOX- 0, 1
chrome, total 0, 4-
Chrome VI-0.1
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appendix 27 treatment of Waste through chemical and physical processes (CP-plants) as well as waste water processing

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1142-1144;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from installations of the following regions of origin:
1.
Old oil pretreatment and workup,
2.
Waste treatment,
3.
Regeneration of loaded ion exchangers and adsorption materials as well as
4.
Interior cleaning of Containers and containers after storage and transport.
It also applies to plant-specific contaminated rainwater, which is produced in the said areas.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water, which is made from indirect Refrigeration systems and water treatment, from the biological treatment of waste, from the separate treatment of liquid waste from photographic processes of silver halide photography and from the incineration of waste. It shall also not apply to waste water from installations referred to in paragraph 1 (2), (3) and (4) which are operated in conjunction with production of regions of origin for which the requirements are laid down in another Annex to this Regulation and the latter the nature of those of the wastewater from these areas of origin.
B
General Requirements
The pollutant load is to be kept as low as this by reducing the waste water from the tank cleaning after storage and transport by multiple use and extensive recycling of the cleaning water as well as retention and recovery of products is possible.
C
Requirements for waste water for the Introduction point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sampleChemical oxygen demand (CSB) mg/l200
Nitrite Nitrogen (NO2-N) mg/l 2
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 30
Aluminium mg/l 3
Iron mg/l 3
Fluorid, total mg/l 30
Phosphorus, total mg/l 2
Phenol Index after Distillation and Dye Extraction mg/l 0, 15
Gifness to fish eggs (GEi) 2
Gifness to luminescent bacteria (GL) 4
toxicity to Daphnia (GD)4

(2) One for the nitrogen, total, the set value is also considered to be observed if it is determined and maintained as a "total bound nitrogen (TNb)".
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements before mixing with other waste water:

Sample Qualified Sample or
2-Hour Merge Samplemg/lmg/l
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 1-
Arsen- 0, 1
Lead- 0, 5
Cadmium- 0, 2
chrome, total- 0, 5
Chrome VI 0, 1-
Copper- 0, 5
Nickel- 1
Mercury- 0, 05
Zinc- 2
Cyanide, easy-to-release 0, 1-
Sulfide, easy-to-release 1-
Chlorine, free 0, 5-
benzene and derivatives- 1
Hydrocarbons, overall 20-

(2) The waste water is allowed to use other waste water for the purpose of Common biological treatment only if it is to be expected that at least one of the following two conditions will be met:
1.
In the case of toxicity to fish eggs, light bacteria and Daphnia, a representative waste water sample will be carried out after an elimination test with the help of a biological Laboratory continuous-water treatment plant (plant, for example) For example, according to DIN 38412-L 26), do not exceed the following requirements:

By means of measures such as Nitrification in the biological laboratory or pH-constant is to ensure that the GEi value is not exceeded by ammonia (NH3). The waste water may be diluted as desired for entry into the biological laboratory sewage treatment plant. In the case of nutrient deficiency, nutrients can be metered in. No dilution water may be added during the test phase.
2.
A DOC elimination level of 75% in accordance with point 408 of the Appendix " analyses-and Measurement procedure " reached.
For significant changes, otherwise at least every 2 years, proof of compliance with the requirements must be carried out.
E
Wastewater requirements for the site of the seizage
Waste water produced in CP plants must not be discharged into water, as far as it is from the joint treatment of liquid waste from photographic processes of silver halide photography and other sources of origin and containing organic complexing agents which have a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of 80 per cent, in accordance with point 406 of the Appendix "Analysis and measurement procedures" are not achieved. The requirement laid down in the first sentence shall be deemed to have been complied with if proof is provided that the producers and suppliers of the waste delivered are supplied with information which does not contain any of the complexing agents or excipients referred to in the first sentence of sentence 1 Or it is ensured that the aqueous waste from photographic processes is supplied to combustion.
F
Requirements for existing discharges
For existing discharges of waste water from plants that are before the 1. The requirements for the CSB shall not apply to waste water from the treatment of bilge, slop and ballast water on the intake of bilge oil and ballast water, or the construction of which was legally commenced at that time in August 2002. -treatment ships. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 28 Manufacture of paper and board

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1144-1145)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo mainly originates from the production of paper and cardboard.
(2) This appendix does not apply to the waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the treatment water treatment.
B
General Requirements
(1) The pollutant load of the wastewater is to be kept as low as this After checking the conditions in individual cases, the following measures are possible:
1.
waiver Aids containing alkylphenol ethoxilates (APEO),
2.
No complexing agents, which have a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of at least 80 per cent according to the Number 406 of the "Analytic and Measurement Methods" installation, do not reach
3.
No use of the AOX attached wet solids,
4.
Abandonment of the use of halogen-splitting operating and auxiliary substances for odour reduction in the product,
5.
Optimisation of the circulatory system, the use of chemicals and processes that are polluting.
(2) The wastewater may be organically bound halogen compounds, benzene, toluene, and Do not contain xylenes derived from the use of solvents and cleaning agents.
(3) The proof that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are complied with can be provided by the fact that the operating and auxiliary substances used are in a
(4) The proof that the requirements referred to in paragraph 2 have been complied with can be provided by the fact that the operations are carried out in accordance with the requirements laid down in paragraph 2, and that the operation of the plant is not subject to the requirements of the following: and excipients are listed in an operating diary and, according to the manufacturer, do not contain any of the substances or substance groups referred to in paragraph 2.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
to fish eggsGEi = 2,
toxicity to DaphniaGD = 4 and
Gifness towards light bacteria GL = 4.
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/lkg/t
Filterable Fabrics 50-
Biochemical Oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25-
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) 10-
Phosphorus, total 2-
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) -3

(2) The requirement for substances that can be filtered off is no longer required if the waste water is treated biologically.
(3) In the area of water-law approval, it can be used in the production process. for the BSB5, a higher concentration of up to 50 mg/l will be permitted if the production-specific BSG5 cargo does not exceed 1 kg/t.
(4) The requirements for nitrogen, total, and for phosphorus, total, only if the daily waste water quantity on which the water-law approval is based exceeds 500 m3 .
(5) regulates wastewater from the areas
1.
Production of paper, where over 50 percent of the fiber is deinked or bleached
2.
Manufacture of high-ground papers from pure pulp,
3.
Manufacture of Papers with more than one varietal change per day on an annual average or
4.
Manufacture of high-level tissue-resistant tissue-hygiene papers from pure pulp according to the By way of derogation from paragraph 1, " TAD-Processstechnik (Through Air Drying),
may allow a higher cargo for the COD of up to 5 kg/t.
(6) The production-specific cargo values (kg/t) refer to those of the water-law Approval of underlying machine capacity. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the waste water volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) For waste water before mixing with Subject to paragraph 2, other waste water shall be subject to a value for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) of 10 g/t in the sample.
(2) AOX may be used in accordance with the requirements of Part B (1) (3) and (4), in compliance with the requirements of Part B (1).
Wet-proof papers
(less than
25% relative
wet break resistance)
Wet-proof papers (at least
25% relative
wet breaking resistance)
Decorable Papers Use of Halogen
splitting means
for odour reduction
Sample
g/t
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 60 100 100 60

(3) The production-specific freight values (g/t) refer to the machine capacity for the final product, which is based on the water-law approval. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 29 Iron and steel production

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1145-1147;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from one or more of the following production ranges:
1.
sintering plants,
2.
pig iron generation in blast furnace and slag granulation,
3.
Roheise desulphurization,
4.
crude steel production,
5.
Secondary Metallurgy,
6.
Stranguss, Hot Forming,
7.
Hot Manufacturing of pipes,
8.
Tape Cold Manufacturing
9.
Cold production of pipes, profiles, blank steel and wire,
10.
continuous surface finishing of Semi-finished products and semi-finished products made of steel.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from coking plants as well as to waste water from cooling systems for indirect cooling and from the treatment of water.(3) The requirements referred to in Parts C (1) and (2), D (1), (4) and (5) and (F) (1) and (2) are emission limit values within the meaning of Article 1 (2) sentence 1.
B
General requirements
(1) Waste water from sinter plants, from pig iron desulphurisation and from the raw steel production must not be introduced into a water body.
(2) The waste water must not contain organically bound halogens originating from solvents and cleaning agents.
(3) The pollutant load shall be kept as low as possible by the following measures:
1.
The process water cycle of the gas scrubbings and the other Process water,
2.
Reuse of process water and cooling water,
3.
slag granulation using process water or cooling water,
4.
Use of polluted, of
5.
Multi-use of rinse water by means of appropriate methods such as cascade flushing, or Circulating rinsing technology by means of ion exchangers,
6.
Recovery or recycling of suitable bath ingredients from rinse baths into the Process baths,
7.
Reducing the discharge of ingredients from treatment baths of surface finishing using appropriate methods such as spray protection and Stripping,
8.
bath maintenance to extend the service life by means of suitable methods such as membrane filtration, ion exchangers or electrolysis.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater from the in part A Production ranges 2 and 5 to 10 listed in paragraph 1 shall be subject to the following requirements for the entry point into the water:

Manufacturing prepared25678910Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 100 50 40 200 200 300 300
Infillable 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
Fluorid, resolved---- 30 30-
Gifness to Fishers (GEi) 6 2 2 2 6 66

(2) In the case of pig iron generation with coal blowing in and at the Production of foundry iron for predominant use of iron-containing secondary raw materials is valid for the COD with a value of 200 mg/l.
(3) For the production area 10 the requirement for phosphorus, total, applies only in the case of surface finishing with integrated phosphating.
(4) The requirements for the hydrocarbons, total, refer to the sample.
D
Requirements for waste water from mixing
(1) The waste water from the production areas 2 and 5 to 10 listed in Part A, paragraph 1, will be treated before mixing with Other wastewater requirements set out:
Manufacturing prepared25678910Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed 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
Pewter------ 2, 0
Cyanid, easy to release 0, 4----- 0, 2
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX)------1.0

(2) The requirements for AOX, chromium VI and cyanide, which can be easily released, refer to the sample.
(3) In the area of water-law approval, a higher concentration can be found in the production area 2 for the parameter cyanide, which can be easily released. of up to 0.8 mg/l if the production-specific cyanide cargo does not exceed a value of 0.12 g/t.
(4) In contrast to the requirements for the production area 6 for chromium, for hot-rolled strip systems, the following shall apply to the total amount of chromium, and Nickel in each case has a value of 0.2 mg/l.
(5) In contrast to the requirements for the production range 2 for zinc, a value of 4.0 mg/l.
E
wastewater requirements for the location of the waste
(1) The waste water must not be organic Complexing agents which do not reach a DOC degree of degradation after 28 days of 80% in accordance with point 406 of the "Analytic and Measurement Procedures" Appendix.
(2) The requirement referred to in Part B, paragraph 2, shall be for the location of the seizance.
(3) The proof that the requirements referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 are complied with can be furnished by the fact that the operating and auxiliary substances used are listed in an operating diary and, according to the Manufacturer does not contain any of the substances or substance groups referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2.
F
Requirements for existing discharges
(1) For existing wastewater discharges, the requirements referred to in Part A (3) shall be up to 8 at the latest. March 2016. By way of derogation, the requirements of Part C (1) for the parameters of chemical oxygen demand (COD), phosphorus, total and toxicity to fish eggs (GEi) shall be as of 6.
(2) For existing discharges of waste water from plants that are before the 1. By way of derogation from Part B, paragraph 1, in the case of raw steel production, waste water from the purification of the gas may be produced in accordance with the law of August 2002, or if the construction of such products was legally commenced at that time. In this case, the following requirements apply:
1.
Water requirements for the introduction site in the waters
2.
Wastewater Requirements Mixing
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 50
Iron mg/l 5, 0
Gifness towards fish eggs (GEi) 2
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Lead 0, 5
chrome, total 0, 5
Nickel 0, 5
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appendix 31 water treatment, cooling systems, steam generation

(site: BGBl. I 2004, 1147-1150;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which essentially consists of
1.
for the treatment of drinking water, swimming and Pool water (filling and circulating water) as well as operating water,
2.
Cooling systems of power plants and cooling systems for indirect cooling of industrial plants and industrial processes and
3.
other decay points in steam generation
.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from the washing of flue gases from combustion plants, from the washing of smoke or exhaust gases from the incineration and co-incineration of waste and from the control area of nuclear power plants. It also does not apply to waste water discharges of less than 10 m3 per week. It also does not apply to waste water, which occurs when swimming and swimming pools are emptied.
B
General requirements
(1) The waste water must not contain the following substances and groups of substances that are derived from the use of operating and auxiliary substances:
1.
Organic complexing agents (excluding phosphonates and polycarboxylates), which have a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of 80 per cent according to the number 406 of the "Analytic and Measurement Methods" system,
2.
chromium and mercury compounds, nitrite, organometallic compounds, Compounds (metal-carbon bond) and mercaptobenzothiazole,
3.
Zinc compounds from cooling water conditioners from the flooding of main cooling circuits in Power plants,
4.
Microbicidal active substances in the fresh water cooling of power plants in the run-through.
(2) In the wastewater from the fresh water cooling of industrial and Microbicidal active substances may only be present after the performance of a butt treatment, in the course of the flow or flow of power plants in the course of the process and from the flooding of cooling circuits. The use of hydrogen peroxide or ozone is excluded.
(3) The proof that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are complied with can be provided by the fact that the operating and auxiliary substances used are in an operating diary. , and which, according to the manufacturer, do not contain any of the substances or groups of substances referred to in paragraph 1.
(4) In the area of water-law approval, the pollutant cargo may be subject to parameters in the water when it is taken from a body of water.
(5) In the case of a stacking basin, all the values for the sample in Parts C, D and E are applicable. The values refer to the condition of the waste water before leaving.
C
Requirements for the waste water Waste water for the discharge point
The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the aquatic environment:
1.
Water Preparation
a)
For the 50 mg/l in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample shall be considered. This requirement shall not apply to the discharge of waste water coming from the treatment of water from flowing waters, the discharge (Q) of which exceeds the mean water (MQ) at the time of collection, with the exception of Screen spray water.
b)
Waste water from filter backwash is due to the preparation process. Excluded from this is filter backwash water from the treatment of water from surfaces, wells and swamps, to the extent that this water has been mechanically processed without additives, as well as drinking water and swimming and swimming and water. Bathing water.
c)
A value for the chemical oxygen demand (COD) of 30 mg/l is valid for waste water from the treatment for swimming and swimming pool water in the water. qualified sample or 2-hour mixing sample.
2.
Cooling systems
Flooding of main cooling circuits
of power plants
(flood water from circulation cooling) flooding of other cooling circuitssample mg/lChemical Oxygen Demand (COD) 3040After cleaning with dispersants, a value of 80 applies.Phosphorus compounds as phosphorus, total, in accordance with point 109 of the Appendix " Analysis-and Measuring methods " 1,53Only inorganic phosphorus compounds are used, a value of 3.If only zinc-free cooling water conditioning agents are used, a value of 4 applies.
Contains the zinc-free used. Conditioning agents only inorganic phosphorus compounds, a value of 5.


3.
DampferCreation wastewater from other
steam generation sitesQualified sample or 2-hour mixed samplemg/l
The requirement for the nitrogen parameter, total, applies only to power plants with an installed thermal output of at least 1 000 MW. One for nitrogen, total, fixed value is also considered to be true if it is determined and maintained as a "total bound nitrogen (TNb)".
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other wastewater:
1.
Water Preparation
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB)50
For waste water from the condensate desalination, a value of 80.
Phosphorus connections as Phosphorus, total 3
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite- and nitrates nitrogen (Nges)10
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l sample
mg/lArsen0,1-adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) -0, 2
adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) in the regeneration water of ion exchangers-1
Initiation of screen spray water does not apply to these requirements.

2.
Cooling systems with drains from other cooling circuits
Sample
mg/l
Zinc 4
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 0, 15

3.
Steam creation wastewater from other decay points in steam generationQualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l sample
mg/l
E
wastewater treatment requirements
(1) The wastewater from one of the following Areas are subject to the following requirements after carrying out a shock treatment with microbicidal active ingredients:
Zinc 1-
chrome, total 0, 5-
Cadmium 0, 05-
Copper 0, 5-
Lead 0, 1-
Nickel 0, 5-
Vanadium 4-
hydrazine- 2
Chlorine, free- 0, 2
adsorbable organic bound halogens (AOX)-0.5
wastewater from the
fresh water cooling
of industrial
and commercial
processes and from
power plants in the run-off flow of
main cooling circuits
of power plants
(flood water from
circulation cooling) flooding other
cooling circuitssample
adsorbable organically bound Halogens (AOX) mg/l 0, 15 0, 15 0, 5
Chlorine dioxide and other oxidants (indicated as chlorine) mg/l 0, 2 0, 3 0, 3
Gifness towards luminous bacteria (G (deep) L)- 1212

(2) The requirement for toxicity to Luminous bacteria GL shall also be considered to be complied with if the bleeding remains closed until a GL value of 12 or less is reached in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions for use concentration and degradation behaviour, and this is achieved in a
F
Existing discharges requests
For existing Discharges of waste water from installations for the treatment of swimming pool water (circulation water), which are before the 1. It is only the requirements of Part B and C. that have been lawfully commenced in August 2002, or which have been lawfully commenced at that time. href="index.html#BJNR056610997BJNE005505377"> A non-official table of contents

Appendix 32 Processing of rubber and latizes, manufacture and processing of rubber

(find: BGBl. I 2004, 1150-1151)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant load is essentially from one or more of the following ranges:
1.
Processing Solid rubber
1.1
Rubber mixtures, blanks and rubber solutions,
1.2
Products from Extrusion,
1.3
Rubber and Gummimetals in Forming Tools,
1.4
Rubberized Fabrics and Other Strength Carriers,
1.5
Tyres;
2.
Processing of latex.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from the treatment of metal parts prior to bonding with rubber, from indirect cooling systems, from Back coatings of textile floor coverings and other sheetlike structures and from water treatment.
(3) For waste water discharges of less than 1 m3 waste water per day only part B of this Annex applies. Part B applies to the location of the waste water.
B
General requirements
The Pollutant cargo shall be kept as low as possible after examination of the circumstances in individual cases by means of the following measures:
1.
The use of water-saving processes in the direct cooling of rubber mixtures, including an aqueous release agent application associated with it,
2.
The use of waste water-free processes in the cleaning of the internal mixer (kneader),
3.
application water economical process in the washing and cleaning of rubber products,
4.
Reduction of the waste water load by mechanical separation of salt deposits by the Salt Bath Vulcanization,
5.
Multiple use of flush water during mold and thorn cleaning,
6.
The use of water-saving processes in the treatment of exhaust air in the application areas of rubber solutions, rubberized fabrics and other reinforcing materials in the application areas 1.1 and 1.4,
7.
Water-free floor cleaning in the area of application 1.1,
8.
Avoidance of high-molecular-weight, water-soluble release agents (polyglycols) which do not reach a DOC elimination level after 7 days of 80 per cent according to the number 408 of the "Analysing and Measurement Methods" system.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 150
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BSB5) mg/l 25
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 20
Phosphorus, total mg/l 2
Gifness towards Fischeiern (GEi)2

(2) In addition, a concentration value for nitrite nitrogen (NO2-N) of 3 mg/l.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) The waste water will be treated before mixing with Other wastewater requirements:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Zinc 2
Lead 0, 5
adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX)1

The requirements for AOX are applicable to the Sample.
(2) For waste water from areas 1.1 and 1.4 according to Part A, paragraph 1, benzene and derivatives shall be subject to a concentration value of 0.1 mg/l, for waste water from the flooding of direct cooling water circuits for toxicity Luminous bacteria GL a dilution factor of GL = 12 in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample. Non-official table of contents

Annex 33 Laundry of waste gases from the incineration of waste

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1150-1151;
bzl of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from the washing of fumes or waste gases used in the incineration and co-incineration of waste within the meaning of Article 42 of Directive 2010 /75/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 December 2002 on waste water and waste water. November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control) (OJ C 327, 22.12.2010, p. 17).
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from other industrial waste gas washing systems, cycle cooling systems of power plants and industrial processes, from other waste sites in steam production as well as from the washing of flue gases from combustion plants.
B
General requirements
Wastewater from the exhaust gas cleaning of domestic waste incineration plants must not be introduced into a body of water.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB)
- Usage of Branntkalk80
-Use of limestone 150
Sulfat 2 000
Sulfit 20
Fluorid, resolved 30
toxicity to fish eggs (GEi)2

(2) deviation from § 6 (3) the CSB value shall also be deemed to be complied with if the three-fold value of the TOC, determined in milligrams per litre, does not exceed this value. By way of derogation from Section 6 (1), the maximum permissible excess for all parameters shall be 50 per cent. The chemical oxygen demand requirements shall apply after deduction of the CSB preload supplied with the insert water.
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements before mixing with other waste water:
24-hour mixing sample
Mercury mg/l 0, 03
Cadmium mg/l 0, 05
Thallium mg/l 0, 05
Arsen mg/l 0, 15
Lead mg/l 0, 1
chrome, total mg/l 0, 5
Copper mg/l 0, 5
Nickel mg/l 0, 5
Zinc mg/l 1, 0
dioxins and furans as the sum of the individual dioxins and furans calculated in accordance with Annex VI, Part 2 of Directive 2010 /75/EU. ng/l0.3

(2) Infiltratable substances may be 30 mg/l in 95 in the 24-hour mixed sample § 6 (1) does not apply.
(3) For the parameters referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, the total freight in 24 hours is to be considered in the water-law approval. limit. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the 24-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling.(4) By way of derogation from § 6 (1), the values for heavy metals shall be deemed to be complied with if the values are not exceeded more than once a year or in the case of more than 20 sampling in the year in no more than 5 per cent of the cases. By way of derogation from Section 6 (1), the value for dioxins and furans shall not be exceeded if only two measurements are carried out in one year.
E
The waste water requirements for the location of the waste
No additional requirements are placed on the waste water for the location of the seizage.
F
Existing discharges requests
(1) For existing sewage discharges from the Exhaust gas purification of domestic refuse incineration plants, which are before the 1. Part B shall not apply if the waste resulting from the operation of the exhaust gas purification plant is not properly and unlawfully recovered in August 2002, or where the construction of the plant has been lawfully commenced at that date. or in some other way in a manner that is well-tolerated. In this case, Part C and D apply and, in addition, the following requirements apply:
 Fracht in milligrams per ton of waste
Cadmium 15
Mercury 9
chrome, total 150
Nickel 150
Copper 150
Lead 30
Zinc 300
Sulfide, light 60

(2) The cargo reference amount of waste refers to the capacity of the household waste incineration plant, which is based on the water-law communication.
(3) Differing from the cargo § 6 para. 1 amounts to the maximum permissible exceeding of 50 percent for all parameters. The pollutant load (mg/t) is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 36 Production of hydrocarbons

(site: BGBl. I 2004, 1153-1154;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from the following fields of hydrocarbon production:
1.
Production of certain hydrocarbons, essentially olefin hydrocarbons with 2 to 4 carbon atoms, as well as benzene, toluene and xylenes from petroleum products by cracking under Use of steam (steam cracking),
2.
Production of pure hydrocarbons or certain mixtures of hydrocarbons from mineral oil products by means of steam (steam) physical separation methods,
3.
The conversion of hydrocarbons into other hydrocarbons by the chemical processes of hydrogenation, dehydrogenation, alkylation, Dealkylation, hydrodealkylation, isomerization or disproportionation.
This also includes the precipitation water coming into contact with hydrocarbons in the process area of the production plants.
(2) This Annex does not apply to Wastewater from the production of pure paraffins made from paraffin showers, from oil processing, from indirect cooling systems and from the treatment of water resources.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Requirements for waste water for the introduction site
(1) The discharge of the waste water for the discharge point into the water is subject to the following requirements:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 120
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) 25
Phosphorus, total 1, 5
hydrocarbons, total 2

(2) For the CSB, a concentration of up to 190 mg/l can be allowed in the qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample if the CSB cargo is used in a central wastewater treatment plant at least 80 per cent. The reduction in COD cargo relates to the ratio of COD in the course of the gravity oil separator to that of the effluent from the biological waste water treatment plant in a representative period of time not 24 hours.
(3) For nitrogen, in total, a higher concentration is permitted if the nitrogen load in a central wastewater treatment plant is reduced by at least 75 percent. The reduction of nitrogen cargo relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the discharge of the gravity oil separator to that of the biological waste water treatment plant in a representative period of time not 24 hours shall be exceeded. The entire bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
D
Requirements for the Waste water before mixing
The waste water is subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Sample mg/l
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX)- 0, 1
Phenol Index after Distillation and Dye Extraction 0, 15-
benzene and derivatives 0, 05-
Sulfide, easy-to-release 0, 6-

The hydrocarbon production also includes the production of ethylbenzene and cumene, the AOX value is 0.15 mg/l.
E
Waste water requirements for the location of the seizage
In the wastewater from the ethylbenzene for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) a value of 1 mg/l is to be observed in the sample. Nonofficial table of contents

Appendix 37 Manufacture of inorganic pigments

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1154-1155;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant concentration of which is essentially derived from the production of inorganic pigments in the following areas:
1.
lead and zinc pigments,
2.
cadmium pigments,
3.
Lithopone, zinc sulphide pigments and precipitated barium sulfate,
4.
Silicatic Fillers,
5.
Iron Oxide Pigments,
6.
chromium oxide pigments,
7.
Mixed phase pigments, pigment and color body mixes and frits.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from the production of highly disperse oxides and clay carrier pigments as well as from indirect cooling systems and from operating water treatment.
B
General Requirements
There are no requirements beyond § 3.
C
Requirements the waste water for the introduction site
(1) The waste water from one of the areas referred to in Part A (1) shall be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point in the water:
Areas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 100 150 100-- 70 100
kg/t--- 0, 6 4--
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) mg/l---- 10--
Sulfat kg/t--- 600 1 600 1 200-
Sulfit mg/l-- 20-- 20-
Iron kg/t---- 0, 5--
Gifness to fish eggs (GEi) 2 2 2 2 2 22

(2) The pollutant load will be removed from the Concentration values of the qualified sample or of the 2-hour mixing sample and of the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling are determined.
(3) In the case of iron oxide pigment production (area 5), the requirement for sulphate only applies for the production by the precipitation and the Penniman processes. For the preparation according to the aniline process, a value of 40 kg/t applies for sulfate. The iron requirement applies to iron oxide pigments and technical iron oxides. For transparent and high-purity iron oxide pigments a value of 1 kg/t applies to iron.
D
Requirements Waste water from mixing
(1) The waste water from one of the areas listed in Part A (1) shall be subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
ranges 123567Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
Aniline kg/t--- 0, 2--
Barium mg/l-- 2---
Lead kg/t 0, 04-----
Cadmium mg/l-- 0, 01---
kg/t- 0, 15----
chrome, total mg/l-----0.5
kg/t 0, 03--- 0, 02-
Cobalt mg/l----- 1
Copper mg/l----- 0, 5
Nickel mg/l----- 0, 5
Sulfide, easy-to-release mg/l-- 1---
Zinc mg/l 2 2 2--0.5

(2) In the iron oxide pigment production (area 5), the following applies: Requirement of paragraph 1 for aniline only for production by aniline method.
(3) The production-specific freight values (kg/t) in the production of cadmium pigments refer to the amount of cadmium used.
(4) Pollutant loads are determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding with the sampling. Non-official table of contents

Annex 38 Textile manufacturing, textile finishing

(site: BGBl. I 2004, 1155-1157;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is mainly derived from the commercial and industrial processing and processing of textile materials and yarns as well as textile finishing.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water (waste water)
1.
from raw wash wash,
2.
from the photo and galvanic area (e.g. printing stencils and printing cylinders),
3.
from the Chemical cleaning of textiles using solvents with halogenated hydrocarbons in accordance with the Second Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Control Act, as amended in each case,
4.
from operating water treatment and from indirect cooling systems.
(3) For the introduction of less than 5 m3 waste water per day, only part B and the Requirements for the CSB according to Part C of this Annex.
B
General requirements
The Pollutant cargo shall be kept as low as possible after examination of the circumstances in individual cases by means of the following measures:
1.
Preparing and reusing the washing water from the print shop, which is used for printing-deck washing and cleaning of the pressure cooker (stencils, rollers, chassis, attachment plug, etc.) ,
2.
Refrain from synthetic finishing, which has a DOC elimination level after 7 days of 80% in accordance with point 408 of the Appendix " Analysis-and Measurement methods " do not reach,
3.
waiver of organic complexing agents, which have a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of 80 per cent according to the number 406 of the plant "Analysis and measurement procedures" are not achieved. Excluded is the use of phosphonates, polyacrylates and maleic acid copolymers for textile finishing,
4.
No surfactants which have a DOC degree of elimination after 7 days of 80 per cent in accordance with the number 408 of the "Analytic and Measurement Procedures" system. Surfactants are organic surface-active substances with washing and wetting properties which, at a concentration of 0.5% and a temperature of 20 ° C, mean the surface tension of distilled water at 0.045 N/m or less
5.
waiving of chlorinating pretreatment of wool and wool mix substrates,
6.
waiver of the use of alkylphenol ethoxilates (APEO) other than polymer dispersions, which are applied to textile fabric and 99 percent remaining,
7.
Minimizing the amount and retention or reuse of:
7.1
Synthetic shlight emitters,
7.2
Rest-Color-Padding Fleets,
7.3
Residual Equipmentfleets,
7.4
Coating and Kashing Residual Liquors
7.5
Residual floats from the back coating of textile floor coverings and other flat structures,
7.6
Residual Print Pastes,
8.
Treatment of the subflows listed in point 7, if any It is not possible to re-use, by means of processes in which an elimination of the COD or TOC of at least 80 per cent or, in the case of residual colouring liquors and residual pressure pastes, is guaranteed by at least 95 per cent.
The proof for compliance with the general requirements in a waste water cadastre.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 160
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) mg/l 25
Phosphorus, total mg/l 2
Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4-N) mg/l 10
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 20
Sulfit mg/l 1
Gifness towards Fischeiern (GEi) 2
Coloring: Spectral Absorption coefficient at
436 nm (yellow area) m-17
525 nm (Rotbereich) m-1 5
620 nm (blue area) m-13

The requirements for ammonium nitrogen and nitrogen, total, apply at a wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the course of the biological process. Reactor of the wastewater treatment plant.
(2) The requirement for phosphorus, total, does not apply to the waste water from the use of organic phosphorus compounds for flame retarder equipment.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) The waste water will be treated before mixing with Other wastewater requirements:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 0, 5
Sulfide, easy-to-release 1
chrome, total 0, 5
Copper 0, 5
Nickel 0, 5
Zinc 2
Pewter2

The request to the AOX applies to the sample.
(2) Waste water from the following areas shall not contain any higher pollutant cargo than the freight resulting from the following concentration values and from the effluent volume flow derived from Part B:
chrome, total copper nickelmg/lmg/lmg/ l
Residual Color Klotzflotten 0, 5 0, 5 0, 5
Dye Liquors of more than 3% pull-out dyeings and less than 70% fixing rate 0, 5 0, 5 0, 5
Residual Print Pastes, not reusable 0, 5 0.50.5

The proof of compliance with the requirements must be provided in a waste water cadastre.
(3) In the case of continuous pre-treatment A concentration of hydrocarbons, in total, of 20 mg/l, is to be maintained in the waste water in the waste water from active/knitted fabric from synthetic fibres or fibre mixtures with a predominant synthetic fibre content. style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
E
wastewater requirements for the location of the waste
(1) The waste water must not be contained
1.
Chloro-organic carrier (coloring accelerator),
2.
Chlorine splitting bleach, excluding sodium chlorite for bleaching synthetic fibres,
3.
free Chlorine from the use of sodium chlorite,
4.
Arses, mercury and their compounds, and organotin compounds from the use as Preservative,
5.
alkylphenol ethoxilate (APEO) from detergents and cleaners,
6.
Chrome VI compounds from use as an oxidizing agent for sulphur dyes and vat dyes,
7.
EDTA, DTPA and phosphonates from the use as softener in the service water,
8.
not applied, unused residues of chemicals, dyes and textile auxiliaries and
9.
residual pressure pastes in the pressure cooker during printing.
(2) The waste water may only be used by those contain halogenated solvents according to the Second Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Protection Act of 10. December 1990 (BGBl. 2694) may be used in chemical cleanings. This requirement is considered to be complied with when proof is provided that only permitted halogenated hydrocarbons are used.
(3) The concentration of chromium VI in the waste water must not exceed a value of 0.1 mg/l in the sample. shall be exceeded. Section 6 (1) does not apply.
(4) The proof that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are complied with can be provided by the fact that the operating and auxiliary substances used are listed in an operating diary and according to the information provided by the Manufacturers do not contain any of the substances or substance groups referred to in paragraph 1.
F
Requirements for Existing discharges
For existing discharges of waste water from plants that are before 1. The following different requirements shall apply:
1.
The requirements of Part D, Section 2 for the dye liquors of more than 3 percent pull-out dyeings and less than 70 percent fixing rate as well as part E para. 1 No. 9 do not find any Application.
2.
For AOX, a value of 1 mg/l in the sample is considered to be 1 mg/l for the AOX.
3.
For copper, a value of 1 mg/l.
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Annex 39 Non-ferrous metal production

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1157-1159;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from the production and casting of the non-ferrous metals lead, copper, zinc, aluminium and the by-products and semi-finished products.
(2) This Annex does not apply for waste water from the production of ferro-alloys, the production and casting of non-ferrous metals other than those referred to in paragraph 1, as well as indirect cooling systems and water treatment.
B
General Requirements
The pollutant load is to be kept as low as it is after checking the The following measures can be taken in individual cases:
1.
Washing and cooling water and series connection, e.g. cooling water,
2.
Multiple use of treated waste water and use of rainwater at suitable Applications,
3.
Separation of non-treatable wastewater streams,
4.
avoidance of water intensive process technologies as well as
5.
Use of low-emission operating systems and Excipients.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) To the Waste water from one of the areas referred to in Part A (1) shall be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Manufacture and
casting of non-ferrous metals-
metals lead, copper,
zinc and secondary-
products as well as
semi-finished aluminum oxide-
productionAluminium-
Aluminum
as well as aluminum
semi-finished productQualified sample or 2-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) kg/t 1, 5 0, 5 0, 3 0, 5
Iron kg/t 0, 1---
Hydrocarbons, overall kg/t-- 0, 02 0, 05
Aluminium kg/t- 0, 009 0, 02-
Fluorid, resolved kg/t-- 0, 3 0, 3
Gifness towards fish eggs (GEi) 4---

(2) The production-specific cargo values (kg/t) refer to the basis of the water-law approval Production capacity of lead, copper, zinc, aluminium and by-products. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the waste water volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) The wastewater from the production and the Casting of non-ferrous metals lead, copper, zinc and by-products as well as semi-finished products are subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Cadmium 0, 2
Mercury 0, 05
Zinc 1
Lead 0, 5
Copper 0, 5
Arsen 0, 1
Nickel 0, 5
Thallium 1
chrome, total 0, 5
Cobalt 1
Silver 0, 1
Pewter 2
Sulfide, easy-to-release 1
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX)1

For sulphide, easy to release, and AOX the values for the sample.
(2) Insofar as the In addition to the requirements for the concentration of pollutants referred to in paragraph 1, those freight values which shall apply to the production capacity of lead, copper, zinc and by-products shall be more than 10 tonnes per day in addition to the requirements for the concentration of pollutants referred to in paragraph 1. the application of the measures to reduce pollutant emissions from part B. In this case, the following production-specific cargo values must be observed:
 Production-specific freight
g/t
Cadmium 3
Mercury 1
Zinc 30
Lead 15
Copper 10
Arsen 2
Nickel 15
chrome, total 10

(3) The production-specific cargo values (g/t) relate to the production capacity of lead, copper, zinc and by-products on which the approval is based. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
(4) By way of derogation from § 6 (1), the maximum Cadmium and mercury exceeding 50%.
E
Requirements for waste water for the Site of waste
(1) Waste water from the production and casting of the non-ferrous metals lead, copper, zinc and by-products and semi-finished products may at the site of the seizage in the sample a value of 0.1 mg/l for chromium VI and for cyanide, be easily releasable, not exceeding a value of 0.1 mg/l. Section 6 (1) does not apply.
(2) Waste water from the exhaust air treatment of the chlorine refining of aluminium may only be initiated if the use of chlorine and chlorine-splitting substances and the fresh water are kept as low as possible. . The following requirements must be met:
Chlorine, free Sample 0, 5 mg/l
Hexachlorobenzene (HCB) Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
0, 003 mg/l
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) Sample 1 mg/l

For hexachlorobenzene, a production-specific freight value of 0.3 mg per ton of chlorine-treated aluminium (alloy) must be observed. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 40 Metal processing, metal processing

(find: BGBl. I 2004, 1159-1162;
bzl of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from the following regions of origin, including its pre-treatment, intermediate and post-treatment:
1.
Galvanik,
2.
Beizerei,
3.
anodizing operation,
4.
Brüniererei,
5.
Fire-galvanizing, fire-tinning,
6.
Hardener,
7.
circuit board manufacturing,
8.
battery creation,
9.
Enamel Operation,
10.
Mechanical Workshop,
11.
sliding grinder,
12.
paint shop.
(2) This attachment does not apply to waste water Cooling systems and operating water treatment as well as precipitation water.
B
General Requirements
The pollutant load shall be kept as low as possible by means of the following measures: 1.
Treatment of process baths by means of appropriate processes such as membrane filtration, ion exchangers, electrolysis, thermal processes, in order to achieve as long a service life as possible of the process baths,
2.
Reholding bath ingredients by means of appropriate processes such as Low-risk goods transport, spray protection, optimised bath composition,
3.
Multiple use of rinse water by means of appropriate methods such as cascade flushing, Circulating rinsing technology by means of ion exchangers,
4.
Reaction or recycling of suitable bath ingredients from rinse baths into the Process baths,
5.
Regaining ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) and its salts from chemical-copper baths and their rinse baths.
C
wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) To the waste water from one of the in part A paragraph 1 shall be subject to the following requirements for the entry point into the water:
Origin areas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed 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 (CSB) 
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
Fluorid, resolved  
mg/l 50 20 50- 50- 50- 50 30--
Nitrite Embroidery
mg/l- 5 5 5- 5-- 5 5--
Hydrocarbons, total 
mg/l 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
Phosphorus, total
mg/l 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
Gifness to fish eggs (GEi) 6 4 2 6 6 6 6 6 4 6 6 6

(2) The requirement for hydrocarbons refers to the sample.
(3) When galvanizing glass, only the requirement for toxicity to fishers of GEi = 2.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) Waste water from one of the parts of Part A, para. 1 shall, subject to paragraphs 2 to 5, be subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
Origin areas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
AOX  
mg/l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Arsen 
mg/l 0, 1----- 0, 1 0, 1----
Barium
mg/l----- 2------
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--
chrome, 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
Cyanid, easy to release 
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  
mg/l 0, 5 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----
Selen  
mg/l-------- 1---
Silver 
mg/l 0, 1----- 0, 1 0, 1----
Sulfide, easy-to-release
mg/l 1 1- 1-- 1 1 1---
Pewter
mg/l 2- 2- 2- 2-----
Zinc  
mg/l 2 2 2- 2-- 2 2 2 22

(2) The requirements for AOX and chlorine, free as well as all requirements for chargers to the sample. In the case of chemical-reductive nickel deposition, nickel has a value of 1 mg/l.
(3) Only the requirements for copper and nickel apply during the galvanization of glass.
(4) In the case of primary cell production (region of origin 8), a value of cadmium is valid for cadmium. 0.1 mg/l.
(5) The requirement for AOX in the Galvanik and mechanical workshops of origin is also considered to be complied with when
1.
the hydraulic oils, grease agents, and water displacers used in production do not contain any organic halogen compounds,
2.
The hydrochloric acid used in the production and in the waste water treatment does not contain any higher contamination by organic halogen compounds and chlorine than in accordance with DIN EN 939 (April 2000 edition) allowed for hydrochloric acid for water treatment,
3.
The iron and aluminium salts used in the treatment of waste water do not have a higher level of water treatment. Exposure to organic halogen compounds is 100 milligrams, based on a kilogram of iron or iron. Aluminium in the treatment equipment used,
4.
after Examination of the possibility in individual cases
a)
cyanidic baths replaced by cyanide-free
b)
cyanides detoxified without the use of sodium hypochlorite; and
c)
only Cooling lubricants used in which organic halogen compounds are not present.
(6) The requirements as production-specific cargo values in the table of paragraph 1, column 1, for cadmium and column 8 for cadmium and mercury refers to the respective amount of cadmium or mercury used. They shall be deemed to have been complied with if the requirements of Part B and of Part E (2) or (4) and the respective concentration levels for cadmium or mercury in columns 1 and 2 of the table in paragraph 1 are not exceeded.
E
waste water requirements for the location of the waste
(1) The waste water may only be used by the contain halogenated solvents which may be used in accordance with the Second Regulation for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act, as amended in each case. This requirement shall also be deemed to be complied with if it is demonstrated that only permitted halogenated solvents are used. Furthermore, for LHKW (sum of trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene, 1.1.1-trichloroethane, dichloromethane-calculated as chlorine), a value of 0.1 mg/l is to be observed in the sample.
(2) For mercury-containing waste water, a value of 0.05 mg/l is required.
(3) The waste water from degreasing baths, demetallization baths and nickel baths must not contain any EDTA.
(4) For waste water from cadmium-containing baths including rinsing is a value of 0.2 mg/l cadmium in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample.
(5) The location of the waste water is the end of the pre-treatment plant for the respective parameter. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 41 Production and processing of glass and artificial mineral fibers

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1162-1163;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is mainly derived from the production and processing of glass and man-made mineral fibres, including processing.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from indirect cooling systems and from the Operating water treatment as well as the electroplating of glass and the mechanical processing of optical glasses at points of sale for the purpose of adapting to spectacle frames.
(3) The sentence in Part C (1) and (2) and D (1) (1) 3, 2 and 2 (2) (4) and (5) are emission limit values within the meaning of Article 1 (2) sentence 1.
B
General requirements
(1) In addition to the requirements of § 3, the following general requirements to reduce water consumption shall apply:
1.
Leaks and losses are to be avoided as far as possible,
2.
Cooling water and rinse water are to be reused after processing,
3.
Water is in large closed circuits.

(2) The waste water must not contain halogenated hydrocarbons, which originate from auxiliary substances and additives such as cooling lubricants. The evidence that halogenated hydrocarbons are not contained in the waste water can be provided by the fact that information is available from the manufacturers according to which the used or auxiliary substances do not contain any halogenated hydrocarbons.(3) The waste water must not contain the following:
1.
Grinder sludge from the mechanical processing of Lead glass, special glass, optical glass and flat glass,
2.
Etching Sludges from the chemical surface treatment of lead glass, special glass and optical glass,
3.
silver-and copper-containing sludges from silverware and copper scuffles.
(4) In the chemical surface treatment of lead glass, Special glass and optical glass must not be used as waste water from the exhaust gas scrubbing.(5) In the manufacture of mineral fibres, no waste water may be derived from the exhaust gas scrubbing.
C
Wastewater requirements for the introduction site
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:

Sample
mg/lQualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Filterable Fabrics 30-
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB)- 130
Sulfat- 1 000 1
Fluorid, resolved- 6,0 2
Hydrocarbons, total 3 15-
ammonium nitrogen 4-10
____________
1
By way of exception, for plants in which an acid polish only occurs, a value of 3 000 mg/l.
2
By way of derogation, installations in which only acid polishing takes place, as well as for plants in which opal glass is produced or in which it is used, applies to plants. , for fluoride, dissolved, a value of 30 mg/l.
3
The parameter applies only to hydrocarbons that do not contain fluorine, and only to installations in which compressed air condensates or cooling lubricants are used.
4
The parameter only applies to plants for the production and further processing of mineral fibers.

(2) The pH of the waste water may be applied to the point of introduction into the waters shall not be less than 6.5 and shall not exceed a value of 9,0. Section 6 (1) does not apply.
D
Waste water requirements prior to mixing
(1) Waste water from the mechanical processing in the area of lead glass, special glass, optical glass, flat glass, before mixing with other waste water, the following requirements are made:
1.
Wastewater is circulating as far as the operation of hand grinders does not exist. Waste water may only be discharged if closed circulation is carried out by spilling and injection or during the complete renewal of the cycle on the occasion of prolonged operating stoppage (e.g. operating holidays), maintenance, Cleaning and production conversion is essential, or in the case of demolition and grinding machines, a circulatory system is not possible because of harmful effects on the machines. When wastewater is introduced, the following requirements apply:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Arsen 0, 3
Antimon 0, 3
Barium 3, 0
Lead0.3

2.
Where auxiliaries or additives are used which contain one or more of the following heavy metals, the following requirements apply to the waste water: Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
____________
1
The parameter applies only to equipment where a hot end coating is operated with tin connections.
2
The parameter applies only to plants where zinc selenite is used to decolorise the glass.
3
The parameter applies only to plants in which borosilicate glass is manufactured or is processed. In the case of installations producing or processing less than 20 t/d, the said value does not apply. In these cases, the boron emissions are technically as far as possible to be reduced.

3.
(omitted)
(2) The wastewater from the chemical surface treatment in the area of lead glass, special glass, optical glass will be used before mixing with other waste water The following requirements are met:
1.
For lead and arsenic, a freight value of 50 g/t is valid in each case, on the use of hydrofluoric acid (HF).
2.
For plants with an acid consumption of less than 1 t HF (100 per cent) in 4 weeks a freight value is applicable for lead and arsenic in each case of 250 g/t HF.
3.
The requirements referred to in points 1 and 2 relate to the concentration of pollutants in the qualified sample or to the 2-hour mixing sample (C) in grams per cubic metre, waste water in the 4 weeks prior to sampling (Q) in cubic meters, a hydrofluoric acid insert in 4 weeks prior to sampling (HF) in tons, a concentration of acid in% (P). The specific pollutant load (F) is calculated according to the formula: F = (C x Q × 100 )/ (HF x P)
4.
For barium, a concentration value of 3.0 mg/l is valid in the qualified Sample or 2-hour mixing sample.
5.
If auxiliaries or additives containing one or more of the following heavy metals are used, the following shall apply: requirements for waste water:
Copper 0, 3
Nickel 0, 5
chrome, total 0, 3
Cadmium 0, 05
tin 1 0, 5
Zink 2 0, 5
Bor 33.0
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
mg/l
____________
1
The parameter applies only to assets, in which is operated by a hot-end coating with tin compounds.
2
The parameter applies only to plants where zinc selenite is used to decolorecate the glass
3
The parameter applies only to plants in which borosilicate glass is manufactured or is processed. In the case of installations producing or processing less than 20 t/d, the said value does not apply. In these cases, boron emissions must be technically reduced as far as possible.

(3) For waste water from silverware and copper copper (mirror making), a value of 6,0 mg/m2 copper, 3.0 mg/m2 applies. Silver and 30 mg/m2 zinc, in each case based on the production capacity of glass surface per hour. The production-specific cargo values refer to the production capacity on which the water-legal approval is based. The pollutant concentration per hour is determined from the concentration of pollutants (qualified sample or 2-hour mixing sample) and the waste water flow rate per hour.
E
Wastewater requirements for the location of the waste
The requirements specified in Part B, paragraphs 3, 4 and 5, must be met for the location of the seizage.
F
Existing discharges requests
For existing wastewater discharges, the under The requirements referred to in Part A (3) shall be no later than 8. March 2016. By way of derogation, the requirements of Part C (1) for the chemical oxygen demand (CSB) parameter shall be as from 6. September 2014. Non-official table of contents

Attachment 42 Alkalichloridelectrolyse

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1164-1165;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from alkali metal chloride electrolysis.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from cooling systems and from water treatment and from melt flow electrolysis of sodium chloride and from water. Alkali chloride electrolysis for the production of alcoholates.
B
General requirements
Wastewater from the alkali metal chloride electrolysis operating unit is as far as possible due to technical reasons in the production process.
C
The wastewater requirements for the introduction site
The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the aquatic environment:
Copper 0, 3 
Nickel 0, 5
chrome, total 0, 3
Cadmium 0, 05
tin 1 0, 5
Zink 2 0, 5
Bor 3 3, 0
Qualified Sample or
2-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 50
Gifness to Fishers (GEi)2

D
Waste water requirements before mixing
The waste water will be used before mixing with
E
Wastewater Requirements for the Location of the (
)
and asbestos from the use as an operating or auxiliary substance in the production process must not be contained in the waste water. These requirements are also considered to be complied with if mercury and asbestos are not used as an operating or auxiliary substance in the production process in the operating unit "alkali metal chloride electrolysis".
(2) The waste water may be used in the sample not more than 2.5 mg/l AOX and 0.2 mg/l free chlorine.
F
Existing requirements for existing Discharges
I.
Existing discharges from plants by amalgamation

(1) By way of derogation from Part C, the waste water from plants shall be treated according to the following conditions: Amalgam procedures for the point of introduction to the waters subject to the following requirements: Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 50
Mercury, total mg/l0.05
g/t 0, 3
Sulfide, easy-to-release mg/l 1
Gifness towards fish eggs (GEi) 2

(2) By way of derogation from Part D, the waste water from the alkali metal chloride electrolysis operating unit after the amalgam process before mixing with other waste water will be subject to the following requirements:
Mercury, total 0, 04 g/t Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
AOX 3.5 mg/l

(3) The requirements for mercury as production-specific cargo values refer to the chlorine production capacity in 24 hours.
(4) Part E does not apply.
II.
Existing discharges from assets after the Diaphragm processes
(1) By way of derogation from Part C, the following requirements shall be placed on the waste water from installations in accordance with the diaphragm process for the introduction point into the water: Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 130
Gifness towards fish eggs (GEi) 2

(2) By way of derogation from Part D, the following requirements are placed on the waste water from the operating unit alkaline chloride electrolysis after the diaphragm process before mixing with other waste water:
AOX 3 mg/l
(3) Part E will not be used. Non-official table of contents

Annex 43 Manufacture of man-made fibers, films and sponge cloth by viscose process and cellulose acetate fibers

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1165-1166;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from one or more of the following manufacturing areas, including its precursors:
1.
Viscose Filament Yarn,
2.
Viscose-based art dart and sponge cloth,
3.
cell glass,
4.
cellulose acetate fiber.
(2) This appendix does not apply to wastewater from indirect Cooling systems and operating water treatment.
B
General requirements
(1) Pollutant cargo shall be kept as low as possible after examination of the circumstances in individual cases by means of the following measures:
1.
The use of water-saving processes in washing and cleaning processes (e.g. coil washing, cable washing, filter cloth washing) such as countercurrent washing and recycling,
2.
Condensation of brethren (e.g. in spinning bath preparation) by indie cooling or cooling tower circuit,
3.
Use of waste water-free methods for vacuum generation,
4.
Reduction of spin bath losses (e.g. Channel flushing),
5.
Reprocessing and recycling of excess ledge,
6.
The recovery and re-use of acetic acid and acetone in the production of cellulose acetate fibers,
7.
The use of cellulose that does not contain a higher content of organically bound halogens, measured as AOX (according to DIN 38414, part 18 (November 1989 edition)) of 150 g/t cellulose ,
8.
Use of bleach baths that do not contain chlorine or chlorine-splitting agents
9.
Use of preparations that reach a DOC elimination level after 7 days of 80 percent according to the number 408 of the "Analytical and Measurement Methods" system, or retention, Re-use, separate disposal or treatment of unused preparations from the application to fibres or films from the starting station and from the supply lines.
(2) The proof that the requirement for bleaching baths is complied with , it may be provided that the bleaching baths used are listed in an operating diary and the use of which is used as well as the manufacturer's information that chlorine or chlorine divisive in the bleach baths
C
Wastewater requirements for introduction site
(1) Wastewater from one of the areas referred to in Part A (1), the following requirements shall be met for the point of introduction into the water:
ranges 1234Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) kg/t 20 20 50 2
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) mg/l 25 25 25 25
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 10 50 10 10
Phosphorus, total mg/l 2 2 2 2
Sulfide, easy-to-release mg/l 0, 3 0, 3 0, 3-
Gifness to fish eggs (GEi) 2 2 22

(2) The production-specific freight values for the CSB (kg/t) refer to the basis of the water-law approval Production capacity of organic target products. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the waste water volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) Waste water from one of the parts of Part A, para. 1 Prior to mixing with other waste water, the following requirements are met:
Manufacturing ranges 1234Qualified sample or 2-hour mixing sample
Zinc mg/l 1---
Copper g/t--- 7
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) g/t 40 30 308

(2) For AOX, the values for the sample apply.
(3) For waste water from the package scrubbing, cable washing, spinning, and For the production of viscose filament yarn, a production-specific cargo for zinc of 8 kg/t in the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample applies to the preparation of viscose filament yarn.
(4) The production-specific freight values (g/t; kg/t) shall relate to the production capacity of the organic target products on which the authorisation of water is based. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample, in the case of AOX from the sample, and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
E
wastewater requirements for the location of the waste
The wastewater from washing and rinse baths may be contain only organic complexing agents which achieve a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of 80 per cent in accordance with the number 406 of the "Analysis and measurement method" plant.
F
Existing discharges requests
For existing sewage discharges from the Bobbin scrubbing, cable washing, spinning and spinning bath preparation for the production of viscose filament yarn shall apply, by way of derogation from Part D, for the production process with integrated yarn washing in the spinning machine a production-specific freight value of 12 kg/t of zinc in the qualified sample or of the 2-hour mixing sample. unofficial table of contents

appendix 45 petroleum processing

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1166-1167;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from the processing of crude oil (crude oil) or its products in refineries. This includes refineries with partial or exclusive lubricating oil production.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from the production of hydrocarbons, from indirect cooling systems and from the treatment of water.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 80
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of Ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) 40
Phosphorus, total 1, 5
Hydrocarbons, Total2

(2) For the CSB, a concentration of 100 mg/l can be allowed in the qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample if the CSB cargo is reduced by at least 80 percent in a central wastewater treatment plant. The reduction in COD cargo relates to the ratio of COD in the course of the gravity oil separator to that of the effluent from the biological waste water treatment plant in a representative period of time not 24 hours.
(3) For nitrogen, in total, a higher concentration is permitted if the nitrogen load in a central wastewater treatment plant is reduced by at least 75 percent. The reduction of nitrogen cargo relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the discharge of the gravity oil separator to that of the biological waste water treatment plant in a representative period of time not 24 hours shall be exceeded. The total bound nitrogen (TNb) shall be used for the cargo.
(4) In addition to the requirements referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3, the pollutant loads shall be determined from the concentration values and the concentration values laid down in that paragraph. specific waste water waste of 0.5 m3/t of the product. For the production of lubricating oil, a specific waste water waste of 1.3 m3/t is to be used.
D
Requirements for waste water from mixing
(1) wastewater will be subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other wastewater:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Phenol Index after Distillation and Dye Extraction 0, 15
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 0, 1
Sulfide, easy-to-release 0, 6
Cyanide, easily releasable0.1

The requirements for AOX and cyanide shall apply to the sample.
(2) In addition to the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, pollutant levels from the concentration values and a specific waste-water waste of 0.5 m3/t shall be determined. . For the production of lubricating oil, a specific waste water waste of 1.3 m3/t is to be used.
E
Requirements for wastewater for the location of the waste
For waste water from the final paraffin, a value of 0.5 mg/l for the adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) in the sample. unofficial table of contents

attachment 46 hard coal coking

(found: BGBl. I 2004, 1167-1168;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant concentration of which is mainly derived from coal coking.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from the processing of coal-based materials such as tar, phenolate, crude phenol oil and crude benzene, and from indirect Refrigeration systems and water treatment.
(3) The requirements referred to in Parts C (1) and D (1) are emission limit values within the meaning of § 1 (2) sentence 1.
B
General Requirements
(1) The amount of the used coke's wet quenching is To minimize fresh water and to reuse the extinguishing water as much as possible. Other process waters may only be used if they do not exceed the concentration values of the tables in Parts C (1) and (D) (1).
(2) Activated Sludge from the waste water treatment plant, in the waste water according to Part A Paragraph 1 shall be applied to the coal supply to the coking plant.
C
Requirements for waste water for the discharge point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:

Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing sampleg/tmg/l
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 9,0 20
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB)- 220
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges)
9,0

35
Entire bound nitrogen (TNb) 12-
Phosphorus, total-2,0

(2) For the chemical Oxygen demand (COD) must be determined in the qualified sample or in the 2-hour mixing sample, which corresponds to a reduction of at least 90% of the COD. The reduction relates to the ratio of COD in the feed to that at the end of the waste water treatment plant in a representative period not exceeding 24 hours.
(3) The production-specific freight values (g/t) refer to the coking capacity on which the authorisation of water is based, expressed in the amount of coal with a mass fraction of water of 10 per cent in 2 hours. If coal is used with a lower water content, the coking capacity is to be converted to this water content. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the waste water volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) The waste water is pre-mixed with Other wastewater requirements are:

Qualified Sample or
2-hour mixed sampleg/tmg/l
benzene and derivatives 0, 03-
Sulfide, easy-to-release 0, 03 0, 1
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAK)
0.015

0.05
Phenol Index after Distillation and Dye Extraction
0.15

0.5
Thiocyanate (SCN-)- 4, 0
Cyanid, easy to release 0, 03 0, 1
Gifness to fish eggs (GEi)2

(2) The requirements for the parameters Sulfide, easy to release, phenol index, thiocyanate, cyanide, easy to release, and toxicity to fish eggs (GEi) are eliminated if the waste water, before being introduced into a body of water, additionally together with other Waste water is treated in a biological sewage treatment plant and, after treatment, meets the requirements of Annex 1, Part C, for size class 4. In this case, the director shall verify at least once a year these parameters at the point of introduction and submit the results of the inspection to the competent authority.
(3) The production-specific freight values (g/t) shall be the coking capacity on which the authorisation of water is based, expressed in terms of quantity of coal with a mass fraction of water of 10 per cent in 2 hours. If coal is used with a lower water content, the coking capacity is to be converted to this water content. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the waste water volume flow corresponding to the sampling.
E
Waste water requirements for the location of the waste
The wastewater is used for the location of the If there are no additional requirements,
F
Existing requirements Discharges
For existing discharges of waste water, the requirements referred to in Part A (3) shall be up to 8 at the latest. March 2016. By way of derogation, the requirements of Part C (1) for the phosphorus, total and nitrogen parameters, as a whole, are the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrate nitrogen (Nges) as from 6. September 2014. The review referred to in Part D (2), second sentence, shall be taken as from 8. March 2016. Unofficial Table Of Contents

Annex 47 Laundry of flue gases from combustion plants

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 1168-1160;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant concentration of which is mainly derived from the washing of flue gases from combustion plants.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from other industrial waste gas washing systems, cycle cooling systems of power stations and industrial processes, other seizure points in steam generation, as well as the washing of smoke or exhaust gases from the combustion and co-incineration of waste.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
(1) The waste water will be used for the Point of introduction into the body of water:
 Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Filterable Fabrics 30
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB)
-Use of Branntkalk80
-Use of limestone 150
Sulfat 2 000
Sulfit 20
Fluorid, resolved 30
Gifness towards fish eggs (GEi) 2

(2) By way of derogation from Section 6 (3), the CSB value shall also be deemed to be complied with if the triple value of the TOC, determined in milligrams per litre, does not exceed this value. The requirements for chemical oxygen demand shall apply after deduction of the CSB preload supplied with the entry water.(3) By way of derogation from Section 6 (1), the maximum permissible excess for all parameters shall be 50 percent.
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
(1) The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements before mixing with other waste water:
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sampleSteinkohlekraftwerkeBraunkohlekraftwerke < br /> for chloride contents from
up to 0.05% by weight

pollutant load in grams
per hour and per 300 MW
installed electrical power
concentration
milligram pollutant load
per kilogram Chloridemg/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 2
Sulfide, easy-to-release 0, 2 7, 20.4

(2) For hard coal-fired power plants, the reference quantity chloride is calculated for the Pollutant cargo from the following information to be used for the introduction of waste water: fired hard coal at full load (t/h) and chloride content of the hard coal used. If the chloride concentration of the waste water caused by the entry water exceeds the value of 2 g/l, the excess chloride content is to be added to the calculated chloride load from the fired hard coal as a freight. Non-official table of contents

Annex 48 Use of certain hazardous substances

(found: BGBl. I 2004, 1169-1173;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Part 1 Scope of application (1) This Annex is intended to implement Council Directives 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/EU and the Obligations of States Parties on the basis of the supplement to Annex IV of 10 The Convention on the Protection of the Rhine against impurities was adopted in July 1990. It shall apply to waste water, the pollutant of which is essentially derived from the use of substances listed in this Annex.(2) Use shall be made of any industrial process in which the substances or compounds listed in this Annex are manufactured or used, or any other industrial process in which those substances occur.(3) This Annex shall not apply in so far as its application is expressly excluded or is subject to a different Annex and the requirements laid down therein shall be strictly or more stringent than those laid down in this Annex. Provisions (1) For production areas in which a material cargo is fixed in 24 hours, a material cargo may also be used in relation to the 2-hour mixing sample or qualified sample and the waste water flow preceding the sampling in 24 hours. In this case, the double freight value as well as the substance concentration for the 2-hour mixing sample or the qualified sample, which is derived from the double freight value in 24 hours and the production-specific wastewater volume flow rate in 24 Hours.(2) For non-specified areas of production where waste water is covered by the said substances or their compounds, requirements for concentration and concentration shall be required on a case-by-case basis on the basis of Section 57 (1) point 1 of the Water Resources Act. to ask the cargo. If the ratios of these areas are comparable to those of the above mentioned areas, corresponding requirements must be laid down.(3) The requirements relate to the waste water at the end of the operation or to the operating unit in which the substances or their compounds are used, before mixing with other waste water. If the waste water is treated outside the holding or the operating unit in a waste water treatment plant intended for the treatment of waste water contaminated with the said substances or their compounds, the values shall refer to the waste water treatment plant. Part 3 Requirements for mercury from plants other than alkali metal chloride electrolysis (1) For mercury (Hg), subject to paragraphs 2 to 5, a requirement of 0.05 mg/l shall apply in the 2-hour mixed sample or qualified sample.(2) The use of mercury-containing catalysts shall be subject to a requirement of 0.1 g/t of production capacity of vinyl chloride for the production of vinyl chloride, and for other production branches of 5 g/kg of mercury used.(3) In the manufacture of mercury-containing catalysts for use in the production of vinyl chloride, a requirement of 0.7 g/kg of mercury is used.(4) In the manufacture of mercury compounds, with the exception of the products referred to in paragraph 3, a requirement of 0.05 g/kg of mercury used shall apply.(5) The requirements of paragraphs 2 to 4 relate to the capacity for use of mercury in 24 hours at the basis of the authorisation of water legislation. Part 4 Requirements for cadmium (1) For cadmium (Cd), a requirement of 0.2 mg/l in the 2-hour mixed sample or qualified sample. Sentence 1 shall not apply to the production of phosphoric acid and phosphate fertilizers from phosphorus minerals.(2) In addition, the following requirements apply:
Cadmium
(kg/t)
Production of Cadmium Connections 0, 5
Pigmentherposition 0, 15
Manufacture of stabilizers0.5
The requirements relate to the capacity for the use of cadmium in 24, which is the basis for the approval of the water-based system Hour. Part 5 Requirements for hexachlorocyclohexane (1) For hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH), the following requirements apply:
HCH
(g/t)
Production of HCH 2
Extraction of Lindan 4
Production of HCH and extraction, shared5

Requirements relate to the capacity for the use of HCH in 24 hours on the basis of water-law approval. The requirements shall also apply if a lindane formulation is carried out directly with the preparation of HCH or the extraction of lindane. If only lindane is formulated, no waste water must be produced.(2) HCH comprises the isomers of 1 ,2,3,4,5,6-hexachlorocyclohexane. Part 6 Requirements for DDT, pentachlorophenol (1) In the preparation, use and formulation of DDT (including dicofol), pentachlorophenol and its salts, waste water shall not be initiated into waters.(2) The following compounds are considered as "DDT":
1.
the sum of the isomers 1,1,1-trichloro-2, 2 to (p-chlorophenyl)-ethane,
2.
The chemical compound 1,1,1-trichloro-2-(o-chlorophenyl) -2-(p-chlorophenyl)-ethane,
3.
the chemical compound 1,1-dichloro-2, 2 bis (p-chlorophenyl)-ethene and 1,1-dichloro-2, 2 bis (p-chlorophenyl)-ethane.
(3) Dicofol is the chemical compound 2,2,2-trichloro-1,1- to (4-chlorophenyl)-ethanol.(4) Pentachlorophenol (PCP) is the chemical compound 2,3,4,5,6-pentachloro-1-hydroxybenzene and its salt. Part 7 Requirements for Endosulfan (1) For Endosulfan, the following requirements apply:
Endosulfang/t µ g/lin the sample
Production and formulation of Endosulfan in the same operation 0, 23 15
Formulation of Endosulfan 0, 0330

The production-specific cargo values refer to the basis of the water-law approval Production capacity for the use of endosulfan in 0.5 or 2 hours with respect to the sample and the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the 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 the formulation of these substances, shall be subject to a production-specific freight value of 3 g/t for the sum of these substances. This value refers to the total capacity underlying the water regulatory approval for the use of Aldrin, Dieldrin and Endrin in 24 hours. If the wastewater also contains isodrin, the requirement is for the sum of the substances Aldrin, Dieldrin, Endrin and Isodrin.(2) Aldrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6), 1,2,3,4,10 ,10-hexachlore-1,4, 4a, 5,8, 8a-hexahydro-1, 4-endo-5,8-exo-dimethanonaphthalene.(3) Dieldrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6O), 1,2,3,4,10 ,10-hexachlore-6,7-epoxy-1,4,4a, 5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-1,4-endo-5,8-exo-dimethanonaphthalene.(4) Endrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6O), 1,2,3,4,10 ,10-hexachlore-6,7-epoxy-1,4,4a, 5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-1,4-endo-5,8-endo-dimethanonaphthalene.(5) Isodrin is the chemical compound (C12H8Cl6O), 1,2,3,4,10 ,10-hexachlore-1,4, 4a, 5,8, 8a-hexahydro-1, 4-endo-5,8-exo-dimethanonaphthalene. Part 9 Requirements for asbestos (1) In the production of asbestos cement and asbestos paper and board, Waste water is not discharged into a water body. The provisions of the Hazardous Substances Ordinance shall remain unaffected.(2) As asbestos, the following silicates with fibre structure apply:
1.
Krokydolith (blue) Asbestos),
2.
actinolite,
3.
anthophyllite,
4.
Chrysotil (white asbestos),
5.
Amosit (Grünerite asbestos),
6.
Tremolit.
Part 10 Requirements for halogen-organic compounds (1) The requirements of this Part apply to the following substances:
1.
Tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride) (CCl4),
2.
Hexachlorobenzene (HCB),
3.
Hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD),
4.
trichloromethane (chloroform) (CHCl3),
5.
trichloroethene (TRI),
6.
Tetrachlorethen (Perchlorethen) (PER),
7.
1,2-dichloroethane (EDC),
8.
Trichlorobenzene (TCB).
(2) The wastewater for the substances referred to in paragraph 1 shall be:
Manufacturing ranged CHCI3CCI4HCBHCBDTRIPEREDCTCBg/tg/tg/tg/tg/tg/tg/tg/t
Production of chloromethane by methane chlorination (including high-pressure chlorolysis processes) and methanol esterification 7, 5 10------
Manufacture of tetrachloroethene (perchlorethene) (PER) and tetrachloromethane (CCI4) by perchlorination- 2, 5 1, 5 1, 5- 2, 5--
Production of hexachlorobenzene and Further processing of hexachlorobenzene-- 10-----
manufacture of tetrachloroethene (perchlorethen) (PER) and trichloroethene (TRI)---- 2, 5 2, 5--
Manufacture of 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC)------ 2, 5-
Production of 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC) as well as further processing and use, exclusively for the production of Ion Exchangers------ 5-
Processing 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC) to other substances as vinyl chloride (VC)------ 2, 5-
Production of trichlorobenzene (TCB) by dehydrochlorination of HCH and/or processing of TCB------- 10
Production and/or processing of chlorobenzenes by chlorination of Benzene-------0.5
(3) Will be in the water law Approval of a material cargo with respect to the qualified sample and based on the wastewater volume flow preceding the sampling in 24 hours, is obtained in the production of chloromethane by methane chlorination and methanol esterification on the basis of the cargo value of 10 instead of 7.5 g/t CHCl3. The requirements relate to the production capacity of the substances referred to in paragraph 1, which is based on the authorisation of water, in 24 hours. Part 11 Requirements for titanium dioxide (1) The provisions of this Part apply to waste water, the pollutant load of which is essentially derived from the production of titanium dioxide pigments. They do not apply to waste water from the production of titanium dioxide microrutiles as well as from indirect cooling systems and from the water treatment plant.(2) The waste water may only be discharged if a deliberate reduction in pollutant emissions has been carried out for the substances iron, titanium and vanadium.(3) The waste water shall not contain any waste from the production of titanium dioxide within the meaning of Article 67 of Directive 2010 /75/EU.(4) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point in the water:
Chloride Process Sulfate ProcessStepgerm Process Combination MethodQualified sample or 2-hour mixing sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) kg/t 8 8 8
Chlorid when used by
-natural rutile kg/t 130--
-Synthetic Rutil kg/t 228--
-Schlacke kg/t 330 70 165
Sulfat kg/t- 500 500
Gifness to fish eggs (GEi) 2 22

The requirements for chloride in the Column Chloride procedures shall apply to the chloride process within the meaning of Part 1 (2) (c) of Part 1 of Annex VIII to the Directive referred to in paragraph 3. For discharges into coastal waters according to § 3 (2) of the Water Resources Act of 31. July 2009 (BGBl. 2585) and for transitional waters in accordance with Section 2 (2) of the Surface Water Order of 20. July 2011 (BGBl. 1429), as amended, an emission value of 450 kg of chloride per tonne of titanium dioxide produced according to the chloride process may be established by way of derogation from the first sentence of the application of slag. If more than one feedstock is used, the emission values for chloride shall be considered proportional to the amount of the starting materials used.(5) Before mixing with other waste water, the wastewater will be subject to the following requirements:
Chloride Process Sulfate ProcessQualified sample or
2-hour mixing sample
Lead kg/t 0, 005 0, 03
Cadmium g/t 0, 2 2
chrome, total kg/t 0, 01 0, 05
Copper kg/t 0, 01 0, 02
Nickel kg/t 0, 005 0, 015
Mercury g/t 0, 1 1, 5

In terms of water-law approval, the sulfate process for chromium, total, can also be used for a concentration of 0.5 mg/l.(6) The production-specific requirements (g/t; kg/t) referred to in paragraphs 4 and 5 shall relate to the production capacity on which the water-based authorisation is based. The pollutant load is determined from the concentration values of the qualified sample or the 2-hour mixing sample and from the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling. Non-official table of contents

Annex 49 Mineral oil-containing wastewater

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2004, 1173-1174)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo mainly comes from premises where mineral-oil-containing waste water is regularly produced during the deconserving, cleaning, maintenance, repair and recovery of vehicles and vehicle parts.
(2) Annex does not apply to waste water from
1.
the treatment of bilge, slop and ballast water Ships,
2.
of metal working and painting,
3.
Interior cleaning of transport containers.
B
General requirements
(1) Pollutant cargo is to be kept as low as possible by means of the following measures:
1.
The most extensive recycling of the wash water in machine-vehicle cleaning systems,
2.
Avoidance of additional waste water pollution for measures to reduce the growth of microorganisms in circulatory systems.
(2) In addition to paragraph 1, the pollutant load is following examination of the possibilities in individual cases by the following measures:
1.
Water-free operation of the workshop,
2.
Circular management of the wash water from the cleaning of Vehicle parts and de-conserving,
3.
Mining of mineral oil contaminated precipitation water,
4.
Water discharges from circulatory systems machine vehicle washing systems only from the operating water original.
(3) The waste water must not be included:
1.
organic complexing agents, which have a DOC elimination level after 28 days of at least 80 percent in accordance with point 406 of the "Analysis and Measurement Procedures" Appendix,
2.
organically bound halogens consisting of detergents and cleaners, or other
The proof that the requirements are met can be provided by the fact that all the detergents and cleaning agents or other operating and auxiliary substances used in each case are used in a single According to the manufacturer's instructions, no of these detergents and cleaners, as well as substances and substance groups, are included.
C
The waste water requirements for the introduction site
The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample(mg/l)
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 150
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BSB5)40
D
Waste water requirements before mixing
The waste water will be used before mixing with
E
Wastewater Requirements for the Location
(1) In the waste water, the total amount of hydrocarbons is 20 mg/l in the sample. The requirement does not apply to a waste-water waste of less than 1 m3 per day.
(2) The requirement referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall also be deemed to be complied with if a general building-prudential approval of installations for the limitation of Hydrocarbons in mineral-oil-containing waste water or waste water treatment plant approved according to national law in accordance with the approval, operated and regularly maintained and before commissioning and at regular intervals of not for more than 5 years according to the state's right to its proper condition.
(3) In light liquid separator plants only waste water may be derived, the non-depositable washing and cleaning agent or unstable emulsions , which do not affect the cleaning performance of the installation. For the purpose of this Annex, cleaning agents are cleaning agents which, in combination with light liquids, form temporally stable or unstable emulsions, d. h. deemulsifying after the cleaning process.
(4) The requirement laid down in the first sentence of paragraph 1 applies to waste water from the mechanical cleaning of the vehicle also as being complied with when the surplus water from the operating water reservoir of the circulation system
(5) The site of the waste water waste is the end of the pretreatment plant for the hydrocarbon-containing waste water.
F
Requirements for existing discharges
For existing discharges of waste water from plants that are before the 1. The following different requirements shall apply:
1.
The requirement for the pollutant load in accordance with Part B, para. 1 no. 1 applies after examination of the possibilities in individual cases.
2.
For waste water from the machine vehicle cleaning, the value for hydrocarbons, total, according to Part E, para. 1 is observed.
3.
When calculating the waste water waste according to Part E, Section 1, Sentence 2, wastewater from the machine vehicle cleaning system remains out of consideration.
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appendix 50 dental treatment

(site: BGBl. I 2004, 1175; of individual changes, see Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This appendix applies to waste water,
(2) This Annex does not apply to wastewater from film development as well as to sanitary waste water.
B
General Requests
No requests beyond § 3 are made.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
The waste water will be used for the No additional requirements are placed in the body of water.
D
Requirements for the Waste water before mixing
The waste water does not meet any additional requirements before mixing with other waste water.
E
The waste water requirements for the location of the waste
(1) The waste water amalgam freight from the treatment sites is 95 percent at the site of the wastewater treatment
(2) The requirement referred to in paragraph 1 shall be deemed to have been met if
1.
in the waste water flow the treatment places before mixing with the other sanitary water are installed and operated by an amalgam separator approved by a general construction permit or otherwise by national law, and this is a separation efficiency of at least 95 percent,
2.
Wastewater, which occurs when dealing with amalgam, is passed over the amalgam separator,
3.
for the extraction of the waste water of the treatment places methods that keep the use of water so low that the amalgam separator will be used
4.
The amalgam separator is regularly maintained and emptied in accordance with the approval, and in writing by written evidence (Maintenance report, certificate of acceptance for separation goods) and
5.
the amalgam separator before entry into service and at intervals of no more than 5 years after National law is checked for its proper condition.
F
Existing requirements for existing Input
There are no conflicting requirements for existing discharges.
G
Waste Legal Requirements
The secluded amalgam is to be collected in a suitable container and beyond the requirements of Part E, in accordance with the applicable Hygiene regulations and, in so far as the waste material is waste within the meaning of the Circular Economy Act, it is to be supplied in accordance with the waste legislation of a recovery. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 51 Upper-ground waste disposal

(site: BGBl. I 2004, 1175-1177;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
This appendix applies to waste water, the pollutant load of which is essentially derived from the above-ground deposition of waste.
B
General requirements
The volume flow and the pollutant load of the seepage water are so low due to appropriate measures in the construction and operation of landfill sites. as per the state of the art.
C
Requirements for waste water for the Introduction point
(1) The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
Chemischer Oxygen demand (CSB) mg/l 200
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) mg/l 20
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 70
Phosphorus, total mg/l 3
Hydrocarbons, Total mg/l 10
Nitrite Nitrogen (NO2-N) mg/l 2
toxicity to fish eggs (GEi)2

(2) For waste water, where it can be assumed that its content is Chemical oxygen demand (COD) before the treatment is more than 4 000 mg/l, by way of derogation from paragraph 1, for the COD, an expiry value in the qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample, which reduces the COD by at least 95% . The reduction of the COD refers to the ratio of the pollutant load in the feed to that at the outlet of the waste water treatment plant in 24 hours. For the pollutant load of the supply, the load on the installation to be based on the permit is decisive. The extent of the reduction is to be assessed on the basis of the design and operation of the waste water treatment plant.
(3) The total amount of hydrocarbons, relating to the sample, relates to the total amount of hydrocarbons. It does not apply to waste water from the deposition of municipal waste.
(4) The requirement for nitrogen, total, applies at a waste water temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the discharge of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant. A total nitrogen, fixed value shall also be considered to be complied with if it is complied with, determined as "total bound nitrogen (TNb)". In the case of nitrogen, a higher concentration of up to 100 mg/l can be permitted for nitrogen, total nitrogen, if the reduction in nitrogen is at least 75%. The reduction relates to the ratio of nitrogen in the feed to that at the end of the process in a representative period of time not exceeding 24 hours. The entire bound nitrogen (TNb) must be used for the cargo.
D
Requirements for the Waste water from mixing
(1) Before mixing with other waste water, the waste water will be subject to the following requirements:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX) 0, 5
Mercury 0, 05
Cadmium 0, 1
chrome, total 0, 5
Chrome VI 0, 1
Nickel 1
Lead 0, 5
Copper 0, 5
Zinc 2
Arsen 0, 1
Cyanid, easy to release 0, 2
Sulfide, easy to release1

For AOX, chrome VI, cyanide, light
(2) Waste water may be treated with other waste water, other than waste water coming from plants for the biological treatment of waste, for the purpose of the common biological treatment. Do not mix the treatment if it is expected that at least one of the following requirements is met:
1.
In the case of toxicity to fish eggs, light bacteria and Daphnia, a representative waste water sample will be carried out after an elimination test with the help of a biological Laboratory continuous-water treatment plant (plant, for example) For example, according to DIN 38412-L 26), the following requirements are not exceeded

By means of measures such as Nitrification in the biological laboratory or pH-constant is to ensure that the GEi value is not exceeded by ammonia (NH3). The waste water may be diluted as desired for entry into the biological laboratory sewage treatment plant. In the case of nutrient deficiency, nutrients can be metered in. No dilution water may be added during the test phase.
2.
A DOC elimination level of 75% in accordance with point 408 of the Appendix " analyses-and
3.
The waste water already has a COD concentration of less than 400 mg/l prior to the joint biological treatment with other waste water.
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appendix 52 chemical cleaning

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2004, 1177)
A
Scope
This Annex applies to waste water, its pollutant load in the Essential from the chemical cleaning of textiles and carpets, as well as goods of furs and leather using solvents containing halogenated hydrocarbons, in accordance with the Second Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Protection Act in
B
General Requirements
No over § 3
C
Wastewater requirements for the Introduction point
The waste water is not subject to any additional requirements for the discharge point into the water.
D
Requirements for waste water from mixing
(1) The waste water must not be used for adsorbable organically bound halogens (AOX) before mixing with other wastewater. exceed:
to fishersGEi = 2,
toxicity to DaphniaGD = 4 and
Gifness towards light bacteria GL = 4.
Filling capacity of the chemical cleaning machine concentration in the runprobe1-hour cargo
, based on the fill capacity
, on the sample
and the 1-hour water quantitymg/lmg/kg
up to 50 kg of treatment good 0, 5-
more than 50 kg of treatment good 0, 5 0, 25

(2) If several chemical cleaning machines are operated in the same operation, the size class is determined by the sum of the filling quantity capacity of the treatment material of the
(3) A value specified in paragraph 1 for AOX shall also be deemed to be complied with if the content of halogenated hydrocarbons in the waste water is determined on the basis of the individual substances used and in the sum, calculated as chlorine, the
(4) A value specified in paragraph 1 shall also be deemed to have been complied with if a waste water treatment plant approved by building authorisation or otherwise according to national law has been installed in accordance with the authorisation, is operated and maintained and checked for its proper condition before commissioning and at regular intervals of no more than 5 years according to the country's law.
E
waste water requirements for the location of the waste
The waste water may only be used contain halogenated solvents according to the Second Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Protection Act of 10. December 1990 (BGBl. 2694) may be used in chemical cleanings. This requirement shall be deemed to have been complied with if proof is provided that only permitted halogenated hydrocarbons are used. unofficial table of contents

appendix 53 Photographic processes (silver halide photography)

(original text site: BGBl. I 2004, 1177-1179)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant loads mainly originate from photographic processes of silver halide photography or from the treatment of liquid waste from these processes. Part B applies to the location of the waste water.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from
1.
indirect cooling systems and operating water treatment,
2.
other photochemical processes, which not to be assigned to paragraph 1,
3.
establishments with a film and paper throughput of not more than 200 m2 per year, if no waste water from the treatment of Trees.
B
General requirements
(1) The pollutant load is so low
1.
A separate collection of Fixier, Developer, Bleach and bleach fixing baths as well as their bath overflows for bath treatment,
2.
Reduction of bath drags by suitable methods such as spray protection, Film and paper transport,
3.
Saving rinsing water by means of appropriate processes such as cascade flushing, water-saving circuitry, and Recycling,
4.
Repatriation of fusing baths, with the exception of the X-ray and microfilm area, into a recycling process at a paper and film throughput of more 3 000 m2 per year.
5.
Repatriation of fusing baths, bleach-fixing baths, bleach baths and colour developers to a recycling process in a paper-and Film throughput of more than 30 000 m2 per year.
(2) The waste water from the treatment of bleaching and bleach-fixing baths must not contain organic complexing agents, which correspond to a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of 80 per cent.
(3) In the treatment of baths, chlorine or hypochlorite must not be used.
(4) The proof that the requirements referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 are complied with may not be used. that the operating and auxiliary substances used are listed in an operating diary and are used for use as well as the manufacturer's information concerning the substances which must not be contained in the waste water; do not occur in the operating and auxiliary materials used.
C
Requirements for waste water for the Introduction point
The waste water is not subject to any additional requirements for the discharge point into the water.
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
(1) wastewater will be subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
1.
Wastewater from the treatment of baths Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed probesamplemg/lmg/l
Silver 0, 7-
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX)- 0, 5
chrome, total 0, 5-
Chrome VI- 0, 1
Pewter 0, 5-
Mercury 0, 05-
Cadmium 0, 05-
Cyanide, total 2-

2.
rinse-water farms with a film and paper throughput of more than 3 000 m2 per year shall not exceed the following cargo values for silver in the discharge of rinse water depending on the operating size: Film and paper throughput in m2 per annum-cargo mg/qm
(2) A requirement for silver in paragraph 1 for film and paper throughput of more than 3 000 to 30 000 m2 per year shall also be deemed to have been complied with if a general construction permit or otherwise by country law Approved waste water treatment plant or other equivalent facility for the reduction of the silver cargo installed and operated, regularly maintained in accordance with the authorisation and before commissioning and at regular intervals of not is checked for more than 5 years according to the State's right to its proper condition. unofficial table of contents

Appendix 54 Manufacture of semiconductor devices

(found: BGBl. I 2004, 1179-1180;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
A
Scope
(1) This attachment applies to Waste water, the pollutant load of which is mainly derived from the production of semiconductor components and solar cells, including the associated pretreatment, intermediate and post-treatment.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water from indirect Cooling systems and operating water treatment including retentates from the purification of pure water by membrane processes.
B
General requirements
The pollutant load shall be kept as low as possible after examination of the circumstances in individual cases by the following measures:
1.
Use of water-saving flushing technology (for example, clocked flushing, dip spray rinse technology, Conductivity switch),
2.
Multiple use of suitable rinse water after processing by means of a process such as recirculation via ion exchangers, Membrane technology,
3.
Multiple use of suitable rinse waters by re-use also in other areas, e.g. as cooling water or domestic water for steam generation, in Retro-coolers, in electroplating, printed circuit boards,
4.
Circular management of waste air water,
5.
Reuse or release process baths (e.g. acids, organic solvents) for recovery.
C
Waste water requirements for the introduction site
The waste water is used for the Point of introduction into the water a requirement for toxicity to fish eggs of GEi = 2.
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
The wastewater will be subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other wastewater:
more than 3 000 to 30 000
-Black/White and X-Ray Photography 50
-Color Photography 70
more than 30 00030
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/lmg/l
Adsorbable Organically Bound Halogens (AOX)- 0, 5
Arsen 0, 2-
benzene and derivatives 0, 05-
E
waste water requirements for the location of the offsite
(1) Waste water from purification processes may only contain those halogenated solvents at the site of the seizage, which may be used in accordance with the Second Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Control Act, as amended in each case. This requirement shall also be deemed to be complied with if it is demonstrated that only permitted halogenated solvents are used. Furthermore, for LHKW (sum of trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, dichloromethane-calculated as chlorine), a value of 0.1 mg/l is to be observed in the sample.
(2) Without prejudice to the requirements of paragraph 1, the waste water shall be used in the waste water. galvanic processes to adhere to the following values:
Sample
mg/l
Lead 0, 5
chrome, total 0, 5
Chrome VI 0, 1
Copper 0, 5
Nickel 0, 5
Silver 0, 1
Pewter 2
Sulfide, easy-to-release 1
Cyanid, easy to release 0, 2
Chlorine, free0.5

For chromium VI and cyanide, easy to release, the values must not be exceeded § 6 (1) shall not apply. Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) and its salts must not be contained in the waste water.
(3) For arsenic-containing wastewater from the production of gallium arsenide semiconductor components, a value of 0.3 mg/l of arsenic in the sample must be observed.
(4) For cadmium and selenium wastewater, a value of 0.2 mg/l cadmium and 1 mg/l selenium in the sample must be observed. Non-official table of contents

Annex 55 Laundries

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2004, 1180-1181)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo essentially originates from the washing of contaminated textiles, carpets, mats and nonwovens in establishments and public facilities.
(2) This Annex does not apply to waste water:
1.
Wool-washers,
2.
textile cleaning in non-aqueous liquors,
3.
textile production and -edging,
4.
The preparation and processing of textile fibers and natural hair,
5.
the washing of filter textiles and non-woven fabrics,
6.
the laundry of household textiles in Münz-washsalons with self-service automatic washing machines,
7.
the laundry of household textiles, catering and hotel textiles or other comparable textiles, if no chlororganic or chlorine-splitting washing and washing aids or elemental archlor are used,
8.
indirect cooling systems.
B
general requirements
(1) The waste water must not be contained:
1.
Organic complexing agents (excluding phosphonates), which have a DOC elimination level after 28 days of less than 80% in accordance with point 406 of the "Analytic and Measurement Procedures" Appendix,
2.
Residues of filters and screening equipment as well as in the case of the Emptying of packaging, containers and storage containers of residues of detergents, washing aids and other excipients,
3.
Biocides from the equipment of Washing machine in stand baths,
4.
Organically bound halogens derived from the use as solvents from the pre-cleaning of the washable material
5.
chlorinorganic and chlorine-splitting compounds or chlorine from the use of detergents and washing aids, provided they are not in the rinse zone or the rinse bath at the wash of hospital and home linen as well as professional clothing of the meat and fish processing industries.
(2) Where chlorination chemicals are used for the treatment of the operating water, these are to be dosed in such a way that the feed to the water is used for the treatment of the water. No higher concentration than 1 mg/l of free chlorine is to be expected.
(3) The proof that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are complied with can be achieved by the use of the detergents and auxiliaries used in a The company ' s operating diary shall not contain any of the substances and substance groups referred to in paragraph 1, according to the manufacturer ' s information.
C
The waste water requirements for the introduction site
The waste water will be subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 100
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 25
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) 20
Phosphorus, total2
D
Waste water requirements from mixing
(1) wastewater from the following areas will be used Before mixing with other waste water, the following requirements are made:
PlaceAOXg/t
Hospital and home laundry 18
Professional clothing for meat and fish processing40

Requirements shall not apply if the proportion of this detergent is 10 per cent and less of the washing capacity of the holding.
(2) The requirements referred to in paragraph 1 shall also be deemed to have been complied with if the conductor proves that by use
(3) The specific freight values referred to in paragraph 1 relate to the washing capacity (dry weight of the product), which is based on the water-regulatory approval of the Washing good). The pollutant load is determined
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with continuously operating washing lines from the Concentration value of the sample and the wastewater volume flow corresponding to the sampling,
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in the case of discontinuously operating washing machine tools from the The concentration value of the sample of the combined effluent of the washing process and the resulting volume of waste water.
(4) The requirement of paragraph 1 for AOX for waste water from hospital and home washing shall not apply in the following: Disease in case of infectious diseases subject to notification.
(5) The waste water from the washing of cleaning towels, occupational clothing*) , Carpets and mats are subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed samplemg/l
Hydrocarbons, total 20
AOX 2
Copper 0, 5
chrome, total 0, 5
Nickel 0, 5
Lead 0, 5
Cadmium 0, 1
Mercury 0, 05
Zinc 2
Arsen0.1

The requirements for hydrocarbons, and AOX refer to the sample.
(6) The requirements laid down in paragraph 5 shall also be considered to be complied with if a general construction permit for waste water treatment plants for this field of application or otherwise according to country law approved waste water treatment plant in accordance with the authorisation, operated and regularly maintained and, before being put into service and at regular intervals of no more than 5 years according to the country's right to its proper condition
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*)
From the fields of metalworking, mechanical engineering, motor vehicle operations and chemical plants.
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Annex 56 Production of printing forms, printed products and graphic products.

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2004, 1182-1183)
A
Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the Pollutant cargo essentially originates from the following areas, including the production of the printing form and the associated pre-, intermediate and post-treatment:
1.
Sentence-and-Reproduction,
2.
high-pressure,
3.
Flat printing (offset printing),
4.
Printing (screen printing) and
5.
gravure.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from textile print shops, except for printing plates (e.g. printing stencils and printing cylinders), from which Silver halide photography as well as indirect cooling systems and water treatment.
(3) This Annex also does not apply to waste water from establishments in the areas of set and repro production, high pressure, flat pressure and pressure, if: the fresh water required for production is less than 250 m3 per year, the waste water is treated in a biological sewage treatment plant and the following waste water flows are not introduced:
1.
Processing of chrome or zinc-containing waste water from the processing of Cartography films or color slides;
2.
High-pressure area
a)
Wastewater from cleaning operations of machines, plants and printing plates with ink adhesions or waste water from cleaning operations when used by Hydrocarbons,
b)
Waste water from the production of metal clichés;
3.
Area Flat Printing
a)
Wastewater from the Etching of multi-metal plates,
b)
Waste water from machine cleaning operations of machines, plants and printing plates with ink adhesion to simultaneous use Cleaning chemicals,
c)
copper-containing negative disk developer,
d)
damp water;
4.
range through-print
a)
Waste water from cleaning or decoating processes when using heavy metal-containing feedstocks (Excluding Copper from phthalocyanine pigments),
b)
Waste water from cleaning or stripping processes, while simultaneously using hydrocarbons, Halogenated hydrocarbons or active chlorine,
c)
Waste water from the production of metal sieves.
B
General Requirements
(1) The pollutant load is to be kept as low as it is the following measures are possible:
1.
Extension of the service life of process solutions by multiple use or circulatory system via regeneration or purification stages,
2.
Separation and treatment of aqueous and solvent substreams in gravure printing,
3.
Avoiding rinse water by returning to the low-pressure work baths,
4.
separate collection and Use of hot water in rotogravure,
5.
Savings of rinse water in the processing of printing forms in flax and through pressure by means of appropriate processes such as Cascade flushing and circulation flushing technology.
(2) The waste water must not contain:
1.
organic Complexing agents capable of achieving a DOC degradation rate after 28 days of less than 80 per cent according to the number 406 of the "Analytic and Measurement Procedures" Appendix,
2.
Operating and excipients that contain chlorine or chlorine release substances and organically bound halogens from solvents, detergents and cleaners,
3.
Arsen, mercury, cadmium and their compounds, as well as blei-or chrome-containing pigments, with the exception of lead, cadmium and their compounds of colour pigments in ceramic Screen printing,
4.
Organic solvents from flat-screen textile dampening roller cleaning as well as
5.
in the emptying of packaging, containers, reservoirs, residues of application chemicals, paints or auxiliary materials.
The requirements of numbers 1 to 4 shall be deemed to have been complied with if the operating and auxiliary substances and the chemicals used are listed in an operating diary, their use is in use and, according to the manufacturer ' s information, they do not contain any of the substances listed in sentence 1 and and
C
Wastewater Requirements for Introduction Site
To the Waste water is placed on the following requirements for the entry point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixed sample
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) mg/l 160
Biochemical oxygen demand in five days (BSB5) mg/l 25
Phosphorus compounds as phosphorus, overall mg/l 2
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) mg/l 50
Hydrocarbons, Total mg/l 10
Iron mg/l 3
Aluminium mg/l 3
toxicity to fishers (GEi)4

The request for hydrocarbons refers to the sample.
D
Waste water requirements before mixing
(1) To the Waste water from the areas referred to in Part A (1) shall be subject to the following requirements prior to mixing with other waste water:
Areas 1 2 3 4 5
Qualified sample or 2-hour mixed sample
mg/l
adsorbable organically bound Halogens (AOX)- 1 1 1 1
Lead--- 1-
Cadmium--- 0, 1-
chrome, total 1 1 1 1 1
Cobalt-- 1 1-
Copper 1 1 1 1 1
Nickel---- 2
Silver--- 0, 5 0, 5
Zinc 2 2 2 22

The request to the AOX as well as all Requirements for batch plants refer to the sample.
(2) If pigments containing heavy metals are used in the ceramic screen printing in area 4, a value of 30 mg/l in the qualified sample is valid for the substances which can be filtered off. 2-hour mixing sample.
E
wastewater requirements for the location of the seizage
(1) In the waste water, Benzene and derivatives contain a value of 10 mg/l in the sample for benzene and derivatives.
(2) In the chromium-containing wastewater, a value of 0.1 mg/l is to be observed in the sample for chromium VI.
(3) In the cyanide-containing waste water from the low pressure is for cyanide, easily releasable, a value of 0.2 mg/l to be observed in the sample. unofficial table of contents

appendix 57 wool washers

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2004, 1184)
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Scope
(1) This Annex applies to waste water, the pollutant of which is in the Essential from the washing and carbonisation of raw wool as well as the felt-free equipment of comb train.
(2) This appendix does not apply to waste water from the treatment of water, from indirect cooling systems and to waste water from the plant. Precipitation water.
B
General requirements
(1) Wastewater from the washing of raw wool
(2) The pollutant cargo is to be kept as low as possible by the following measures:
1.
Abwater-free pre-cleaning of barrels and containers,
2.
Use of organic complexing agents, which have a DOC degree of degradation after 28 days of 80 per cent in accordance with the number 406 of the "Analytic and measurement procedures" system.
(3) The waste water must not be included:
1.
alkylphenol-ethoxilate (APEO) from detergents and cleaners,
2.
Surfactants or other surfactants that meet the requirements for biodegradability in accordance with § 3 of the Laundry and Cleansing Agent Act in conjunction with the Regulation of the tenside of 30 January 1977 (BGBl. 244), as last amended by Regulation of 4. June 1986 (BGBl.
(4)
proof that the requirements referred to in paragraph 3 are complied with can be furnished by the fact that the operating and auxiliary substances used are listed in an operating diary and, according to the Manufacturer does not contain any of the substances or substance groups referred to in paragraph 3.
C
Requirements for Waste water for the introduction site
(1) The waste water is subject to the following requirements for the discharge point into the water:
Qualified sample or
2-hour mixing samplemg/lkg/t
Chemical Oxygen Demand (CSB) 150 1, 5
Biochemical oxygen demand in 5 days (BSB5) 10 0, 1
Nitrogen, total, as the sum of ammonium, nitrite and nitrite nitrogen (Nges) 30 0, 3
Entire bound nitrogen (TNb) 40 0, 4
Phosphorus, total 2 0, 02
Gifness towards Fischeiern (GEi) 2
Gifness to Daphnia (GD)2

(3) The requirements for nitrogen, total, and the total bound Nitrogen (TNb) is considered to be at a wastewater temperature of 12 ° C and greater in the discharge of the biological reactor of the waste water treatment plant.
D
Requirements for wastewater from mixing
In waste water, a dilution factor of GD = 2 may be used before mixing with other waste water in toxicity to Daphnia (GD). shall not be exceeded. The requirement is not required if it is to be expected that in a representative waste water sample-original or after carrying out an elimination test with the aid of a biological laboratory-continuous sewage treatment plant (e.g. according to DIN 38412-L26)-for the Toxicity to Daphnia is not exceeded by a value of GD = 2.
E
Requirements for the Waste water for the site of the seizure
The waste water from the felt-free equipment of wool comb train must not contain chlorine or chlorine-splitting compounds from the pre-treatment of the lamb train. The requirement shall be deemed to have been complied with if proof is provided that chlorine or chlorine-splitting compounds are not used.