Regulation On The Recycling Of Bio-Waste Soils Used In Agricultural, Forestry And Horticultural

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Verwertung von Bioabfällen auf landwirtschaftlich, forstwirtschaftlich und gärtnerisch genutzten Böden

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Regulation on the recovery of bio-waste on agricultural, forestry and horticultural soils (Bioabfallverordnung-BioAbfV)

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BioAbfV

Date of expiry: 21.09.1998

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" Biowaste regulation in the version of the notice of 4. April 2013 (BGBl. 658), as last amended by Article 5 of the Regulation of 5. December 2013 (BGBl. I p. 4043) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 4.4.2013 I 658;
Last modified by Art. 5 V v. 5.12.2013 I 4043

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The obligations under Directive 98 /34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 The European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules on information society services (OJ C 37), as last amended by Directive 2006 /96/EC (OJ L 327, 21.12.2006, p. 81), have been complied with.

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EGRL 34/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998L0034) Bek. v. 4.4.2013 I 658 + + +)

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§ 1 Scope

(1) This regulation applies to
1.
untreated and treated bio-waste and mixtures used for recovery as fertiliser on agricultural, forestry or gardening soils (2
The treatment and examination of such bio-waste and mixtures.
2) These are the following: Regulation applies to
1.
Public waste disposal providers and third parties, associations or self-governing bodies of the economy, to which according to § 16 Paragraph 2, Article 17 (3) or Article 18 (2) of the German Circular Economic and Waste Act (Circular Economic and Waste Act) of 27 June 2008. September 1994 (BGBl. 2705), as last amended by Article 5 of the Law of 6. October 2011 (BGBl. 2.
2.
2.
2.
Producers or owners of bio-waste have been transferred (disposal carrier),
2.
Biowaste or mixtures, insofar as they do not leave this waste to a waste disposal carrier,
2a.
those who collect and transport bio-waste (Collector),
3.
Those who treat bio-waste (Biowaste Handler),
4.
Manufacturers of mixtures using bio-waste (mixture manufacturer),
4a.
whoever accepts bio-waste or mixtures for application and delivers them without further change (intermediate customers) and
5.
managers of agricultural, horticultural or forest-based soils on which untreated or treated bio-waste or mixtures are applied
(3) This Regulation does not apply to
1.
for house, utility, and small gardens,
2.
for the self-use of bio-waste of plant origin in agricultural holdings or farms of gardening and landscaping, if the utilization by In accordance with § § 6 to 8 on self-operated operating surfaces,
3.
as far as the sewage sludge ordinance is applicable
3a.
for animal by-products referred to in Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 December 2009. Directive on animal by-products not intended for human consumption, and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (Regulation on animal by-products) (OJ L 327, 31.12.2002, p. 1), as defined by Directive 2010 /63/EU (OJ L 327, 22.12.2010, p. 33), as amended, has been amended in accordance with the legal acts adopted by the European Union in respect of its implementation, in accordance with the Animal by-products-Elimination Act of 25 November 2010. January 2004 (BGBl. 82), as last amended by Article 2 (91) of the Law of 22. December 2011 (BGBl. I p. 3044) has been amended to collect, collect, transport, store, treat, handle, process, and process, as amended or in accordance with the legal regulations adopted pursuant to the Animal By-products-Elimination Act , or
4.
for substances that need to be disposed of according to other legislation.
(4) Provisions of fertilizer law and plant protection law shall remain unaffected. Where biowaste and animal by-products referred to in paragraph 3 (3a) are jointly treated or used for the preparation of the mixture and applied to soils, the provisions of this Regulation shall apply in addition to those referred to in paragraph 3 (3) (a) Regulations.(5) The effect of the measures referred to in paragraph 2 shall be that the maximum levels of pollutants referred to in this Regulation for untreated and treated bio-waste and mixtures shall fall as far as possible. General restrictions on cultivation or other restrictions not referred to in this Regulation shall not be derived from the achievement or exceeding of the soil values in accordance with Article 9 (2). Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation, the terms
1.
Biowaste: waste of animal or plant origin or of fungal materials used by microorganisms, soil-borne living organisms or enzymes , including waste for recovery with a high organic proportion of animal or vegetable origin or fungal materials; biowaste shall, in particular, include those listed in column 1 of Annex 1, point 1, in column 2 Wastes specified in detail in column 3 and supplemented by the supplementary provisions; soil material without significant amounts of bio-waste does not belong to the bio-waste; plant residues, which are used on forestry or agricultural products Surfaces are obtained and remain on these surfaces, no bio-waste;
2.
Hygienizing treatment: Biotechnological preparation Degradable materials for hygienization by
a)
Pasteurization according to Annex 2, item 2.2.1,
b)
aerobic hygienic treatment according to Annex 2, point 2.2.2 (thermophilic composting),
c)
anaerobic Hygienic treatment in accordance with point 2.2.3 of Annex 2 (thermophilic digestion) or
d)
Other hygienic treatment as referred to in Annex 2 (2) 2.2.4;
2a.
Biologically stabilizing treatment: biotechnological preparation of biodegradable materials for the purpose of biological Degradation of the organic substance under aerobic conditions (composting) or anaerobic conditions (fermentation) or other biological stabilisation measures for organic substances; hygienic treatment as referred to in point 2 (b) or c is a biologically stabilizing treatment at the same time;
3.
untreated bio-waste: bio-waste that does not undergo any treatment ;
4.
Treated bio-waste: bio-waste that has undergone a hygienizing and biologically stabilizing treatment, including in Annex 1, point 2, in column 1, more concretised in column 2 and identified by the supplementary provisions in column 3, or in column 2, and by the supplementary provisions in column 3 More closely marked co-treated biodegradable materials;
5.
Mixtures: Mixing of treated and according to § 10 untreated, hygienic or biologically stabilizing bio-waste with each other and with the waste listed in column 2 of Annex 1, point 2, further specified in column 2 and identified by the supplementary provisions in column 3, or in column 2 and by means of the complementary provisions in column 3, biodegradable materials and mineral substances, and the mixture of a mixture of components made of above-mentioned constituents with lime within the framework of the (a) a mixture of bio-waste with one another and with materials listed in Annex 1, point 2 is not a mixture;
6.
style="margin-left:6mm; font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none;"> eigenvalue: application of plant bio-waste generated on self-managed farm land on self-managed farm land. The application of
a)
in the case of plant-based bio-waste generated in gardening services on foreign land is also considered to be self-employed.
b)
partly withdrawn untreated plant bio-waste by members of producers ' associations of wine, Fruit and vegetable cultivation on self-managed farm land where the plant raw materials were produced on farm premises by members of the producer group concerned
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§ 3 Requirements for hygienizing treatment

(1) Discharge carriers, producers and owners, unless by an exemption in accordance with Article 10 (1) or (2) shall be used to supply bio-waste prior to application or before the production of mixtures of a hygienic treatment, which shall ensure the health and phytosanitary safety.(2) The health and phytosanitary safety referred to in paragraph 1 shall be provided if there is no adverse effect on human or animal health caused by the release or transmission of pathogens and no damage to plants or plant products or soils caused by the spread of harmful organisms. The individual requirements to be met for hygienising treatment and the materials are set out in Annex 2.The biowaste handler shall carry out the hygienising treatment of the bio-waste in accordance with the requirements laid down in Annex 2, with a view to the health and phytosanitary safety of the bio-waste after treatment and delivery or to the To ensure the application of self-managed operating areas. The competent authority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural and veterinary authority, in the case of aerobic or anaerobic hygienic treatment of bio-waste in installations with an annual capacity of up to 3 000 tonnes Application materials derogations from the requirements for the examination of the process in individual cases, as set out in the first sentence of the first sentence of paragraph 4 and in Annex 2. The prerequisite for this is that compensatory measures ensure that the health and phytosanitary safety is guaranteed or that the nature, nature and origin of the bio-waste does not adversely affect the health and phytosanitary requirements. is to be expected. The competent authority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural and veterinary authority, authorise a different hygienic treatment in accordance with Article 2 (2) (d) in individual cases where the equivalent efficacy of the competent authority is: Hygienisation as measured in accordance with the requirements of Annex 2. Bio-waste treated in accordance with other requirements shall be considered to be otherwise hygienically treated in accordance with Article 2 (2) (d), insofar as this other option of bio-waste treatment is listed in Annex 1, point 1, column 3, with a reference to this sentence. is.(4) The biowaste handler shall, in so far as not covered by an exemption pursuant to § 10 (1) or (2), carry out investigations in accordance with paragraphs 5 to 9 on
1.
the effectiveness of the hygienization process through a process check, as a departure from pasteurization plants, by a technical decrease,
2.
maintaining the required temperature over the necessary time during the hygienizing treatment by process monitoring and
3.
compliance with the maximum permissible limit values for pathogens, germ-capable seeds and austric-capable parts of plants after the hygienizing treatment of the material to be taken off by tests of hygienised bio-waste.
The studies shall be carried out in accordance with the methods laid down in Annex 2, point 4.(5) The bio-waste handler shall have the process test referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 4, point 1, carried out within twelve months of the commissioning of a newly constructed treatment plant for hygienisation in accordance with the requirements of Annex 2, point 3.1. This applies accordingly to already tested systems when new methods are used or a substantial technical change in the processes or the process management. In the case of newly constructed pasteurization plants, the biowaste handler shall carry out a technical inspection in accordance with the requirements of Annex 2, point 2.2.1.2 by the competent authority for the installation, instead of the process check prior to the commissioning of the plant. , which shall issue a certificate of acceptance. In the case of newly constructed plants for other hygienizing treatment, the requirements for the process control and the process examination must be determined in coordination with the authority responsible for the installation before carrying out the process examination. Until the process check has been completed successfully, the biowaste handler may release the materials from the treatment plant for hygienisation with the consent of the competent authority for recovery, if the requirements of the process monitoring are carried out in accordance with Point 2 of the first sentence of paragraph 4 and the checks on the hygiene of bio-waste referred to in point 3 of the first sentence of paragraph 4, and there are no indications of the hygienic safety of such materials.(6) The biowaste handler shall carry out the process monitoring referred to in paragraph 4, first sentence, point 2, in accordance with the requirements of Annex 2, point 3.2, and shall keep the following records:
1.
in pasteurization over the temperature curve,
2.
with aerobic hygienic treatment (thermophile Composting) over the temperature profile and the reaction times,
3.
with anaerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic digestion) over the temperature profile and the loading and removal intervals,
4.
for other hygienic treatment, as defined in consultation with the competent authority. process-specific parameters.
The course of the temperature during the hygienizing treatment is to be found with a continuous and non-intrusion-free direct temperature measurement in the material to be treated and automated temperature recording record. Instead of direct temperature measurement, the competent authority may, with closed aerobic hygienic treatment, allow the treatment temperature to be determined in the exhaust air flow of the compost material. By way of derogation from the second sentence, the competent authority may, in the case of open aerosol-hygienic treatment, allow the treatment temperature to be measured and documented at regular intervals, at least once per working day. Equipment for temperature measurement must be calibrated regularly, at least once a year, and the calibration must be documented. If the biowaste handler finds, by means of the process monitoring, that the respective requirements for the process management have not been complied with, he shall inform the competent authority immediately of this and of the measures taken. The competent authority shall take measures to maintain the insufficiently hygienically treated bio-waste as well as to remedy the deficiencies, provided that the measures taken by the biowaste handler are not sufficient or inadequate.(7) The biowaste handler shall carry out the tests of the hygienised bio-waste as referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 4, point 3, per 2 000 tonnes of fresh mass in the course of the hygienising treatment of used bio-waste, including in Annex 1 (2) shall be carried out in accordance with the specifications set out in point 3.3 of Annex 2. The competent authority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, allow checks on the hygiene of bio-waste to be carried out only after an amount of more than 2 000 tonnes, if the composition of the competent authority is based on the following: The nature, nature and origin of the biowaste used does not or hardly change. The competent authority may order, in the case of a significantly changing composition, in the manner, nature or origin of the bio-waste used, to carry out checks on the hygiene of bio-waste for quantities of less than 2 000 tonnes. . Without prejudice to the sentences 1 to 3, the biowaste handler shall carry out an examination of the hygienised bio-waste at a distance of not less than three months. If, in the case of testing of the hygienised bio-waste, the limit values laid down in Annex 2, point 4.2.2 or 4.3.2 are exceeded, the biowaste handler shall immediately inform the competent authority of the result of the investigation and of the measures taken. information. If the repetition of the test results in the same result or if the limit values are repeatedly exceeded in different samples examined, the competent authority shall arrange for measures to remedy the deficiencies.(7a) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 7, biowaste handlers which, in the year more than 24 000 tonnes of fresh mass, treat bio-waste, including materials listed in Annex 1 (2), may be treated as a biowaste handler, and in accordance with Article 11 (3), first sentence, from the submission of: Examination results or proof of proof that the tests of the hygienised bio-waste can be carried out once a month. Paragraph 7, sentences 2 to 6 shall apply accordingly.(8) In the case of the examination of the process referred to in the first subparagraph of paragraph 4 and in the tests of the hygienised bio-waste referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 4, point 3 shall be carried out by independent investigative bodies designated by the competent authority. The biowaste handler shall present the findings within four weeks after the investigation has been carried out by the competent authority and shall be kept for a period of ten years. The records of the process monitoring and documentation relating to the calibration of the temperature measuring equipment referred to in paragraph 6 shall be kept for three years by the biowaste handler and shall be submitted to the competent authority upon request. In the case of the testing of hygienised bio-waste, if the limit values for pathogens, germinating seeds and plant parts which are capable of being tested are exceeded, the examination results shall be immediately available from the investigating body. to forward the biowaste handler to the competent authority without delay. The Commission shall immediately forward the results of the investigation to the competent agricultural and veterinary authority.(8a) An investigative body referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 8 shall be determined if the applicant has the necessary technical knowledge, independence, reliability and equipment and the necessary documents are presented. The provision shall be made by the competent authority of the country in which the applicant has its registered office and is valid throughout the territory of the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany; if there is no registered office in the territory of the country, the country in which the activity referred to in paragraph 4 is competent shall be the competent authority of the country in which should be given priority. The provision may be provided with a reservation of revocation, a limit of time, conditions, conditions and the reservation of conditions. The competent authority may require a nationally active applicant to obtain a valid accreditation for compliance with the requirements of DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (to be received by Beuth-Verlag GmbH, 10772 Berlin, Germany). Submitted in an archive-protected form at the German National Library in Leipzig), which refers to the parameters and examination procedures as set out in Annexes 2 and 3. The procedures referred to in this paragraph may be carried out via a single entity. The examination of the application for the determination of an investigative body must be completed within three months; § 42a (2) sentences 2 to 4 of the Administrative Procedure Act shall apply.(8b) equivalence of recognition from another Member State of the European Union or of another State Party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area shall be equal to the provisions of the first sentence of paragraph 8. When examining the application for the determination referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 8, proof of national evidence from another Member State of the European Union or of another State Party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area shall be the same, where they show that the applicant fulfils the relevant requirements of paragraph 8a, first sentence, or the requirements of the issuing State, which are essentially comparable in accordance with their objectives. Proof of proof shall be submitted to the competent authority prior to the commence of the activity in the original or in copy. A certification of the copy as well as a certified German translation can be requested.(9) The supplementary provisions set out in Annex 1, point 1, column 3, for the separation, treatment and application of bio-waste should be taken into account.(10) Paragraphs 1 to 9 shall apply to the entire material in the case of joint hygienic treatment of bio-waste with the materials referred to in point 2 of Annex 1. In the case of bio-waste which has already been treated in a hygienic manner, together with the materials referred to in point 2 of Annex 1, subject to a subsequent biologically stabilising treatment, paragraph 4, first sentence, point 3 shall apply with the proviso that the tests shall be carried out by the It is only after the biologically stabilizing treatment of the finished material that hygienized biowaste is to be carried out. By way of derogation from the second sentence, the tests of the hygienised bio-waste may be carried out after the hygienising treatment on the finished material, if the following biologically stabilizing treatment of the already hygienic treatment is already carried out the treated bio-waste is carried out in an agricultural holding together with biodegradable materials produced there and the treated materials are applied to self-managed farm surfaces. Non-official table of contents

§ 3a Requirements for the biologically stabilizing treatment

Disposal carriers, producers and owners have, as far as possible not be covered by an exemption in accordance with Article 10 (1) or (2), to supply bio-waste prior to application or before the preparation of mixtures of a biologically stabilising treatment. In the light of the intended use, the biowaste shall be biologically stabilised to such an extent that the good of the general public, in particular by means of decomposition processes and odour of the bio-waste or mixtures applied, shall not be used. is affected. Non-official table of contents

§ 3b Treatment of bio-waste in farms with livestock farming

(1) In holdings with livestock farming, the transport of livestock is of biowaste of animal origin shall be permitted only after a hygienic treatment. Where livestock are kept in separate areas in a holding, the first sentence shall apply only to those operating areas.(2) A treatment of bio-waste of animal origin in accordance with § § 3 and 3a may only be carried out in holdings with livestock husbandry if the treatment plant is at a distance sufficient to protect against the transmission of disease is from the operating area where the animals are kept. The operating range for the treatment of bio-waste, including acceptance, treatment, storage and delivery, shall be separated from the biowaste handler of animals, feedingstuffs and litter in a fully spatial way to ensure that the farm animals are shall not be in direct or indirect contact with the biowaste of animal origin. The provisions of the first and second sentence shall apply in respect of installations for the treatment of bio-waste of animal origin in establishments which are adjacent to holdings or areas of use with livestock farming. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Requirements for pollutants and other parameters

(1) The bio-waste handler may only be used for bio-waste and shall use materials referred to in paragraph 2 of Annex 1, which, in unmixed form, may be adopted on the basis of their nature, nature or origin, and shall comply with the requirements laid down in paragraphs 3 and 4 after treatment and where there is no evidence of excessive levels of pollutants other than those referred to in paragraph 3. Materials referred to in Annex 1 (2) may also be used if they meet the requirements of the Fertilizer Regulation as a fertilizer, soil adjuvant or cultivation substrate and do not provide any evidence of Excessive concentrations of pollutants other than those covered by the Fertilizer Ordinance. Contents of the other pollutants referred to in sentences 1 and 2 shall be excessive if, in the case of the use of the biowaste or materials referred to in point 2 of Annex 1, they are used in an unmixed form to protect the health of humans, or It is possible to endanger the home and farm animals, the health, the growth and the quality of crops, the nature and fertility of the soil, or the natural environment.(2) The bio-waste treatment agent may only deliver the treated bio-waste, including those referred to in Annex 1 (2), in accordance with paragraphs 3 to 5, or apply it on self-managed farm land.(3) The following heavy metal contents (milligrams per kilogram of dry matter of the material to be applied) may not be exceeded when applied in accordance with § 6 (1) sentence 1:

Lead150
Cadmium1.5
Chrome100
copper100
nickel 50
Mercury1
zinc 400.


The following heavy metal contents (milligrams per kilogram of dry mass of the material to be applied) may not be exceeded when applied in accordance with § 6 (1) sentence 2:

lead100
cadmium1
Chrome70
copper70
Nickel35
Mercury0.7
Zinc300.


The values for copper and zinc as set out in the first and second sentences are considered to be observed if the value in the moving average of the last four last referred to in paragraph 5 is observed. shall not be exceeded and no analytical result shall exceed the value by more than 25 per hundred. The competent authority responsible for the area of application may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, authorise the exceeding of individual heavy metal contents in accordance with the first sentence, with the exception of cadmium and mercury, if: Impairments of the well-being of the general public are not to be expected.(4) The proportion of foreign substances, in particular glass, plastic, metal, with a screen passage of more than 2 millimetres shall not exceed a maximum value of 0.5 per hundred, based on the dry mass of the material to be applied. The proportion of stones with a screen passage of more than 10 millimetres shall not exceed a proportion of 5 per hundred, based on the dry mass of the material to be applied.(5) The biowaste handler, unless it is covered by an exemption pursuant to Article 10 (1) or (2), shall have, in the context of the treatment of used bio-waste, including in Annex 1, point 2, of the biowaste used for the treatment of 2 000 tonnes of fresh mass caught up in the treatment. Materials testing of the treated bio-waste should be carried out on
1.
the contents of the Heavy metals lead, cadmium, chromium, copper, nickel, mercury and zinc as well as
2.
the pH value, the salt content, the content of the organic substance (loss of ignition), the
theauthority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, allow studies of the treated bio-waste to be carried out only after a quantity of more than 1% of the total amount of the waste has been recovered. than 2 000 tonnes if the composition of the biowaste used does not or hardly change in the manner, nature and origin of the bio-waste used. The competent authority may, in the case of a significantly changing composition, arrange for the type, nature or origin of the bio-waste used to carry out studies of the treated bio-waste for quantities of less than 2 000 tonnes. . Without prejudice to the sentences 1 to 3, studies of the treated bio-waste shall be carried out at a distance of not less than three months.(6) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 5, biowaste handlers which, in the year more than 24 000 tonnes of fresh mass, treat bio-waste, including materials listed in Annex 1 (2), may be treated as a biowaste handler, and in accordance with Article 11 (3), first sentence, from the submission of: Examination results or proof of proof that the studies of the treated bio-waste can be carried out once a month. The provisions of the second sentence of paragraph 5 shall apply accordingly.(7) In the case of the unmixed materials referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1, the biowaste handler shall carry out additional studies on the contents of the heavy metals referred to in paragraph 5, first sentence, point 1, if there is evidence to that effect: ensure that the requirements referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 3 are not met. If, according to the results, the requirements referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 3 are not complied with, the results of the competent authority shall be submitted without delay. The competent authority shall decide on the way forward. The treatment of the materials shall be prohibited until the competent authority has taken a decision. The fourth sentence of paragraph 3 shall apply accordingly.(8) In the case of the unmixed materials referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 or the treated bio-waste, including the materials referred to in point 2 of Annex 1, the biowaste handler shall carry out studies on products other than those referred to in paragraph 3 , where, in particular in the nature, nature or origin of the unmixed individual materials or treated bio-waste, evidence of excessive levels of such pollutants as referred to in paragraph 1, sentence 3. Where increased levels of these pollutants are found, the results of the competent authority shall be submitted without delay. The competent authority shall decide on the way forward. Pending the decision of the competent authority, the treatment, delivery and application of such materials shall be prohibited.(9) The sampling, preparation and testing referred to in paragraphs 5 to 8 shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of Annex 3 and by independent investigative bodies designated by the competent authority. The biowaste handler shall collect the results of the investigation and submit it to the competent authority on a six-monthly basis. The results of the investigation shall be kept for a period of ten years. If, in the course of the examination of the treated bio-waste, the limit values for pollutants referred to in paragraph 3 are exceeded, the examination results shall be transmitted immediately to the bio-waste handler by the investigating body, It shall forward it immediately to the competent authority.(10) For the purpose of determining an investigative body referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 9, Article 3 (8a) and (8b) shall apply. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5 Requirements for mixtures

(1) The mixture manufacturer must treat treated bio-waste, in accordance with § 10, untreated, use of bio-waste treated in a hygienic or biologically stabilising manner and in the materials referred to in point 2 of Annex 1, of which the nature, nature or origin of the bio-waste can be presumed to be in unmixed form, and that the materials are Comply with § 4 (3) and (4) and where there is no evidence of excessive levels of pollutants other than those covered by Section 4 (3). Materials referred to in Annex 1 (2) may also be used if they meet the requirements of the Fertilizer Regulation as a fertilizer, soil adjuvant or cultivation substrate and do not provide any evidence of Excessive concentrations of pollutants other than those covered by the Fertilizer Ordinance. Section 4 (1) sentence 3 shall apply accordingly.(2) The mixture manufacturer may submit mixtures only in accordance with the rates 2 to 4 or apply to farm areas which are self-managed. § 4 (3) to (6) and (9) shall apply accordingly. The second sentence of Article 4 (4) shall apply with the proviso that, in the case of mixtures, the proportion of stones is related to the biowaste used and to the mixture. § 4 (5) and (6) shall apply with the proviso that studies of the mixture of 2 000 tonnes of mixture per caught shall be carried out.(3) For the unmixed materials referred to in paragraph 1, the mixture producer shall carry out additional studies on the contents of the heavy metals referred to in Article 4 (5), first sentence, point 1, if there is evidence that the Requirements in accordance with § 4 (3) sentence 1 are not complied with. The provisions of Article 4 (7), second and fifth sentences, and (9) shall apply accordingly.(4) For the unmixed materials referred to in paragraph 1, or the mixtures referred to in paragraph 2, the mixture producer shall carry out investigations into pollutants other than those referred to in Article 4 (3), in particular in accordance with the nature and nature of the tests. or where there is evidence of increased contents of these pollutants within the meaning of Section 4 (1) sentence 3. The provisions of Article 4 (8), second and fourth sentences, and (9) shall apply accordingly.(5) The supplementary provisions set out in Annex 1, points 1 and 2, in column 3, for the separation, treatment and use of the materials used and the application of mixtures, shall be taken into account. Unofficial table of contents

§ 6 Restrictions and prohibitions on application

(1) Subject to the use of fertilizer regulations on soils no more than 20 tonnes of dry mass of bio-waste or mixtures per hectare shall be applied within three years. The quantity of application permitted in accordance with the first sentence may be up to 30 tonnes per hectare within three years if the heavy metal content measured in accordance with § 4 (5) and (6) or § 5 (2) does not exceed the limit values laid down in Article 4 (3), second sentence shall be exceeded. The competent authority responsible for the application area may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, permit further exemptions in individual cases if the heavy metal limit values referred to in Article 4 (3), second sentence, clearly fall below are not to be expected and impairments of the well-being of the general public are not to be expected.(2) The application to soils of bio-waste other than those referred to in point 1 of Annex 1, or mixtures containing such bio-waste, shall be subject to the consent of the competent authority of the biowaste treatment plant or the mixture production plant in the following: Agreement with the agricultural authority responsible for the application area. Prior to the consent of the competent agricultural authority, the competent authority shall, in agreement with the competent authority of the agricultural authority in accordance with Article 4 (2) and § 5 (2), have carried out investigations into other pollutants in the The purpose of Article 4 (8), first sentence, shall be to take account of the nature, nature or origin of the bio-waste and the presentation of the results.(2a) Only aerobically hygienically treated bio-waste and mixtures containing such bio-waste may be applied to tobacco growing areas, land under tomato in the open country and to vegetable and ornamental plant species in protected cultivation.(2b) Biowaste and mixtures may only be provided on or in the vicinity of the application area to the extent that this is necessary for the application.(3) The application of bio-waste and mixtures on forsteconomically used soils may only be carried out in exceptional cases with the agreement of the competent authority, with the agreement of the competent authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Additional requirements for application on grassland areas, and field fodder and field vegetables

(1) Green land and multi-section forage areas shall be subject to the application of only those biowaste and mixtures listed in Annex 1, point 1, column 3 and point 2, column 3, with a reference to this sentence. In addition, biowaste and mixtures may be applied to field feed surfaces if they are applied and incorporated into the soil prior to the cultivation of the field feed.(2) In the case of field vegetables, bio-waste and mixtures may be applied if they are applied and incorporated into the soil prior to the cultivation of the field vegetable.(3) Bio-waste and mixtures shall not contain any objects which may result in injuries when they are taken up by domestic or livestock animals, when they are applied to green areas or on field feed surfaces.(4) Where bio-waste of animal origin or mixtures containing such bio-waste is applied on grassland or on field feedingstuffs, grazing by farm animals or a feed production shall not be allowed until 21 days after the application of the biowaste shall be given. The competent authority of the application area may extend the period referred to in the first sentence, provided that this is necessary for the prevention of a risk to human or animal health. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 8 Meeting of Biowaste and Sewage Sludge Application

Within the period referred to in § 6 (1), the following shall be: Area only the application of bio-waste and mixtures according to this Regulation or the application of sewage sludge in accordance with the Sewage Sludge Ordinance. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Ground investigations

(1) The managing authority or a third party representative shall have the competent authority within two weeks after the first one after 1. The application of biowaste or mixtures thereof shall be indicated in October 1998. The competent authority shall communicate these areas to the competent agricultural authority.(2) The initial application of bio-waste or mixtures shall be carried out on the basis of a soil study on heavy metals in accordance with Article 4 (5), first sentence, point 1, and the pH value. The ground examination results shall be submitted no later than three months after the competent authority has been brought up. If a valid soil investigation is available for the application area according to the Sewage Sludge Ordinance, it can be used accordingly. The first sentence shall not apply to the application of bio-waste and mixtures released by biowaste handlers and mixture producers who, pursuant to Article 11 (3), first sentence, are exempted from the submission of investigation results or of proof-of-compliance. Where there is evidence that the soil values of an application area are subject to the precautionary values for soils in accordance with point 4.1 of Annex 2, in conjunction with point 4.3 of the Federal Soil Protection and Altlastenverordnung of 12. July 1999 (BGBl. 1554), as last amended by Article 16 of the Law of 31 December 1991. July 2009 (BGBl. 2585), the competent authority shall, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, prohibit the re-application of bio-waste or mixtures. Sampling, sample preparation and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Annex 1 of the Sewage Sludge Ordinance of 15. April 1992 (BGBl. 912), as last amended by Article 9 of the Regulation of 9 December 2008. November 2010 (BGBl. 1504), and to be carried out by an independent investigative body designated by the competent authority.(2a) § 3 (8a) and (8b) shall apply for the purpose of determining an investigative body referred to in the sixth sentence of paragraph 2.(3) The authority responsible for the area of application may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, grant exemptions from the obligation to investigate in individual cases in accordance with paragraph 2, if bio-waste or mixtures as defined in § 6 The third sentence of paragraph 1 shall be applied.(4) The competent authority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, permit, in the context of the regional recovery, the heavy metal contents of soils, which are due to geogeny conditions, that bio-waste or mixtures also on soils where the values referred to in paragraph 2 are exceeded if no impairment of the well-being of the general public is to be expected. Sentence 1 shall not apply to cadmium. Non-official table of contents

§ 9a Additional requirements for the recovery of certain bio-waste

(1) Disposal providers, producers and owners the bio-waste referred to in Annex 1 (1) (b) may be delivered only with the consent of the competent authority or on its own farm premises. The biowaste shall be the competent authority according to the type, nature, source of supply and the point of attack prior to the initial charge or initial application to self-managed operating areas and to a significantly changing composition according to the nature, nature or origin. The competent authority may, in order to assess the suitability of these bio-waste for recovery, require that the results of the examination of heavy metal contents and the shares of foreign substances referred to in Article 4 (3) and (4), other than those referred to in Article 4 (3), be assessed. Pollutants and additional ingredients, as well as other documents, are presented. The approval of the competent authority shall not be required for producers if they do not produce more than two tonnes of the biowaste (small quantities) referred to in Annex 1 (1) (b) per year.(2) For the information referred to in the second and third sentences of paragraph 1, the forms cover sheet for disposal certificates (DEN), responsible declaration (VE) and declaration analysis (DA) of Appendix 1 of the detection regulation of the 20th and 20th of December are to be provided. October 2006 (BGBl. 2298), as defined by Article 4 of the Law of 19. July 2007 (BGBl. I, p. 1462), has been amended. The approval of the competent authority in accordance with the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall be made using the form authority confirmation (BB) of Appendix 1 of the Verification Regulation. The information on the forms provided for in the footnote to Appendix 1 of the detection regulation shall not be applied to the forms provided for in sentences 1 and 2. For the required identification numbers, § 28 of the detection regulation must be applied accordingly.(3) The first sentence of the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall be a copy of the complete forms referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 2 and once during the period of validity of the official agreement on the first submission of bio-waste to the biowaste handler or collector, or to the To hand over the treatment of released bio-waste in accordance with § 10 to the producer or management of the application area. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 exemption from the requirements for the treatment and investigation of certain bio-waste

(1) Biowaste shall be delivered in unmixed form, used or applied for the production of the mixture, to the extent that they are listed in Annex 1, point 1, column 3, referred to in one of the following numbers,
1.
even without treatment, without hygienizing treatment or without biologically stabilizing treatment in accordance with § § 3 and 3a as well as
2.
in treated, hygienically treated, biologically stabilizing treated or untreated form, even without examinations in accordance with § § 3 and 4.
(2) The competent authority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority in the context of regional recovery in individual cases, authorise exemptions under paragraph 1 for further unmixed, homogeneously composed bio-waste. The exemption of treatments according to § § 3 and 3a may be granted if, on the basis of the nature, nature or origin of the biowaste, it can be assumed that the requirements for hygiene as defined in § § 3 and 4 shall be accepted as regards hygiene the pollutants and foreign substances are complied with and the good of the general public within the meaning of Article 3a (1), second sentence, shall not be affected. The exemption of treated, hygienically treated, biologically stabilizing or untreated bio-waste subject to investigation must be granted only if, on the basis of the nature, nature or origin of the bio-waste may be accepted in accordance with the requirements laid down in § § 3 and 4 for hygiene as well as with regard to the harmful substances and foreign substances. The competent authority may, before issuing the exemptions from treatments and examinations in accordance with § § 3, 3a and 4, require that the hygienic safety be carried out in accordance with the tests of the hygienised biowaste in accordance with § § 3, § 3, 3a and 4. The first sentence of 3 (4), first sentence, point 3, second sentence and paragraph 8, first sentence, as well as the heavy metal contents and contents of other noxious substances, shall be established by investigations in accordance with Article 4 (5), (8) and (9) sentence 1. The waivers can be revoked at any time.Unless it is covered by an exemption provided for in paragraph 1 or paragraph 2, the following provisions shall apply to the levy, use for the production and application of untreated bio-waste:
1.
about the testing of hygienized bio-waste according to § 3, paragraph 4, sentence 1, point 3, sentence 2, paragraph 7, and 8 sentence 1 and 2,
2.
about the investigations according to § 4 (5), 6, 8, and 9 as well as
3.
about the documentation and The obligations of the biowaste handler arising from the first sentence of the first sentence of the first sentence of Article 11 (1) and (2), (1b), second sentence, and (3) and (2) and (2) and (2a),
sentence,be determined by the waste disposal institution, the producer and the owner of the biowaste treatment. to comply with biowaste. In the case of the application of untreated bio-waste, which is subject to approval in accordance with § 9a, the storage and deposit obligations under § 11 (1b), sentence 2 and 3, shall be made by the management of the application area using the copy of the complete Form sheets in accordance with Section 9a (3).(4) Insofar as not covered by an exemption under paragraph 1 or paragraph 2, the provisions relating to the examinations of the biowaste shall be used for the delivery, use for the production of the mixture and the application of biowaste exclusively biologically stabilised. shall apply the hygienised bio-waste in accordance with the first sentence of Article 3 (4), second sentence, second sentence, paragraph 7 and 8, sentence 1 and 2. The obligations arising out of the first sentence shall be fulfilled by the biowaste handler carrying out the biologically stabilising treatment of the biowaste. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Post-compliance obligations

(1) The biowaste handler has the type of materials used in the treatment Reference source, quantity and point of seizage from the original seizage point to the last owner, as well as the list of biowaste treated in batches according to batches 2 and 3. Each batch of treated bio-waste should be accompanied by an ongoing batch number, which must contain at least the year and the month of treatment, as well as a consecutive numbering for the year of treatment. In the case of a treatment plant with a continuous supply and removal of the treated material, the competent authority shall determine a certain period of time in which the biowaste treatment agent shall be determined in accordance with the second sentence of the second sentence. If the biowaste treatment agent uses materials which have already been treated in a hygienically treated or biologically stabilising manner during treatment, it shall be used in accordance with the first sentence of paragraph 2 of the previous biowaste handler as defined in the first sentence of sentence 1. list. Where the materials are delivered to the biowaste handler by a collector, the collector shall list the collected materials in accordance with the first sentence, after delivery, and shall indicate the type and quantity of the bio-waste handler. In the case of sentence 4 and 5, the biowaste handler shall not be subject to the documentation requirement of the point of seizage in accordance with the first sentence.(1a) The mixture producer shall list the materials used in the mixing operations, broken down by batch, within the meaning of the first sentence of paragraph 1. The provisions of the second sentence of paragraph 1 and of 4 to 6 shall apply accordingly.(1b) The pledges referred to in paragraphs 1 and 1a shall be accompanied by the lists of delivery notes, commercial documents or other appropriate documents received during the acquisition of the materials, together with the copy of the complete forms referred to in Article 9a (3). They shall keep the lists and the documents to be annexed from the date of drawing up the lists for a period of ten years. On request, these lists and documents shall be submitted to the competent authority.(2) In each case of biowaste or mixtures for placing on land, biowaste handlers and mixture producers shall issue a delivery note in accordance with Annex 4 with the information provided for in the second sentence and the management of the application area, or shall be handed out to an intermediate buyer. The delivery note must contain the following information:
1.
Name and address of the losing biowaste handler or mixture manufacturer (Exhibitors),
2.
Name and address of the application area's or the intermediary's managing agent,
3.
batch number and quantity,
4.
Submission as untreated, hygienically treated or bio-stabilised bio-waste, as a treated bio-waste or as a mixture, as well as a description of the bio-waste or mixture in the manner of the non-mixed materials,
5.
Compliance insurance
a)
for health and phytosanitary safety in accordance with § 3 (2) and (3) and
b)
to the heavy metal contents according to § 4 (3), also in conjunction with § 5 paragraph 2 sentence 2
6.
measured heavy metal contents and measured pH, salinity, loss of ignition, dry residue and proportion of foreign substances and stones according to § 4 (5) and (6), also in conjunction with § 5 (2) (2) and (4); justification if, in the case of untreated, hygienically treated or biologically stabilised bio-waste, individual examinations of the other parameters referred to in Article 4 (5), first sentence, point (2) cannot be carried out. ,
7.
Investigation sites and the date of conduct of the investigations pursuant to § 3 (4), first sentence, point 3, paragraphs 7, 7a and 8, and § 4 (5), 6 and 9, including in Connection with § 5 (2) sentence 2 and 4,
8.
Maximum application quantity according to § 6 paragraph 1 sentence 1, 2 or 3,
9.
Admissibility of the application on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field futures according to § 7 paragraph 1 sentence 1,
10.
Date of submission and acceptance as well as signatures of the losing bio-waste handler or mixture producer (exhibitor) and the host of the application area or the Intermediate collector.
The information provided for in the second sentence of the second sentence of the second subparagraph shall not be required to the extent that § § 3, 3a and 4 shall not apply in accordance with § 10. The intermediate customer shall supplement the information provided for in the second and second sentence of the second sentence of the delivery note before the materials are handed over and the delivery note shall be accompanied by the supplier of the application area or any other intermediate buyer. to be handed out.(2a) The bio-waste handler, the mixture producer and the intermediary who delivers the bio-waste and mixtures to the management of the application area shall have the competent authority for the application area and the competent authority responsible for the application of such waste. The agricultural authority shall immediately send a copy of the full-filled delivery item after the delivery. The management of the application area shall immediately after the application in the original of the delivery certificate the unambiguous designation of the application area with the information Gemarkung, Flur, parcel number or alternatively beating name and the The size in hectares as well as the ground inspection according to § 9 (2) and the competent authority responsible for the application area and the competent agricultural authority to send a copy of the fully completed delivery line. The biowaste handler, the mixture producer, the intermediate purchaser and the management authority of the application area shall have the remaining copies of the delivery item from the date of dispatch of the copy to the competent authority 10 for years.(3) The competent authority may also, in conjunction with Article 5 (2), second sentence, and the delivery note procedure referred to in paragraph 2, the biowaste handlers and the mixture manufacturers, from the presentation of the results of the investigation pursuant to § 3 (4) and (8), § 4 (5) and (9). An exemption may also be granted by individual obligations. The exemption provided for in the first sentence may be granted only if the biowaste handler or mixture producer is a member of a carrier of a regular quality control (Gütegemeinschaft) in respect of the treatment plant or the mixture production plant, after the provisions of which have been established for a binding and continuous quality assurance, and if the treatment plant or the mixture production plant
1.
as Disposal specialist is certified or
2.
as EMAS location according to § 32 (1) sentence 1 of the Environmental Law in the version of the notice of 4. September 2002 (BGBl. 3490), as last amended by Article 1 of the Law of 6. December 2011 (BGBl. 2509), has been entered in the EMAS register and the registration must be notified to the competent authority.
The competent authority may, with the agreement of the competent agricultural authority, determine the (1) also apply to biowaste handlers and mixture producers who are members of a quality community but do not meet the conditions set out in the second sentence of sentence 1 or 2. The competent authority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, also apply the provisions of sentence 1 to bio-waste which, in accordance with Article 10 (1) or (2), shall be subject to the treatment and investigation obligations is free.(3a) In the event of exemption from the delivery system referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 3, biowaste handlers and mixture producers shall have the quality-assured bio-waste and mixtures as well as those referred to in § 10 (1) or (2) of the treatment and examination obligations shall be marked with the following information:
1.
Name and address of the biowaste donor or producer of the bio-waste to be delivered, and Quality Community Quality Mark,
2.
Charge Number,
3.
Untreated delivery, Hygienically treated or biologically stabilised bio-waste, as treated bio-waste or as a mixture,
4.
Maximum permissible application quantity according to § 6 1, 2 or 3,
5.
Admissibility of the application on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field futures pursuant to § 7 (1) sentence 1.
From: Delivery note liberated bio-waste handlers and mixture producers who hand in quality-assured bio-waste and mixtures to the managers of the application areas shall have the authority responsible for the application area once a year for the last 12 months, which must include the following information:
1.
Name and address of the biowaste donor or treatment Mixmaker,
2.
Name and address of the customer,
3.
quantity delivered in tonnes Dry mass (t TM),
4.
release date.
Sentence 2 shall apply to intermediate customers, the quality-assured bio-waste and mixtures of bio-waste treatments and Manufacturers who are exempt from the delivery note procedure shall be sent to the managers of the application areas; in such cases, the name and address of the biowaste handler or the producer of the biowaste, the member of the The quality community, including all interim purchasers, shall be disclosed. The evidence must be kept for a period of ten years. The competent authority responsible for the area of application may submit the results of the investigation pursuant to § 3 (4) and (8) and § 4 (5) and (9), including in conjunction with Article 5 (2), second sentence, and other appropriate evidence of the biowaste treatment, To request and to reduce the exemption at any time, or to shorten the time limit and the time limit for the submission of the evidence in accordance with the second sentence, including in the case of the third sentence, to the manufacturer, the intermediate buyer or the institution of the regular quality control. The management of the application area shall immediately after the application of quality-assured bio-waste or mixtures of bio-waste handlers or mixture manufacturers, which are exempt from the delivery note process, the materials applied, which shall: the quantity applied in tonnes of dry mass (t TM) and the unambiguous designation of the application area with the information given, corridor, parcel number or, alternatively, the name and size in hectares, and the documentation of the competent authority upon request.(4) The provisions of the detection regulation, with the exception of § 2 (1) (2) and Section 23 (2) of the detection regulation, shall not apply to the recovery of bio-waste for which the provisions of this Regulation are applicable. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Exceptions to small areas

§ 9 (1) and (2) and § 11 (2a) sentence 2 shall not apply if untreated or -treated bio-waste or mixtures shall be applied to farmland farmland which, in total, does not operate more than 1 hectare of agricultural or gardening land. The third sentence of Article 11 (2a) and the sixth sentence of paragraph 3a shall not apply to the management of those areas. Non-official table of contents

§ 12a Electronic data processing and transmission

The documentation required by this Regulation and Evidence may be drawn up by means of electronic data processing and submitted or transmitted electronically or in electronic form with the consent of the competent authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Administrative Offences

(1) is an administrative offence within the meaning of § 69 (1) (8) of the German Circular Economy Act (Circular Economic Law), Who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 3 (1) or § 3a (1) sentence 1 Biowaste of a treatment not, not correct or not in good time ,
2.
contrary to § 3, paragraph 3, sentence 1, does not carry out a hygienizing treatment or does not perform properly,
3.
contrary to § 3b, paragraph 1, set 1 Biowaste,
4.
contrary to § 3b, paragraph 2, sentence 2, a Do not properly separate the operating range,
5.
deliver biowaste or a mixture of biowaste or a mixture, contrary to § 4 (2) or § 5 (2) sentence 1,
6.
contrary to § 4, paragraph 7, sentence 1 or paragraph 8 sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 10 (3) sentence 1 (2) and sentence 2, or § 5 (3) sentence 1 or paragraph 4 sentence 1, an investigation is not or not in a timely manner,
7.
contrary to § 6 (1) sentence 1 or paragraph 2a or § 7 paragraph 1 sentence 1 biowaste or a mixture,
8.
without consent pursuant to § 6 paragraph 2 sentence 1 biowaste or a mixture,
9.
contrary to § 8 biowaste or a mixture and sewage sludge on the same surface,
10.
an enforceable arrangement in accordance with § 9 paragraph 2 sentence 5, or
11.
without the consent of § 9a para. 1 sentence 1 Biowaste is or applies.
(2) The order is contrary to § 69 (2) point 15 of the Circular Economic Law, who Intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 3, paragraph 6, sentence 6, the authority not, not correct, not fully or not informed in time,
2.
contrary to
a)
§ 3 paragraph 8 sentence 2, also in conjunction with § 10 (3) sentence 1, point 1 and sentence 2, or Paragraph 4,
b)
§ 3, paragraph 8, sentence 3, or
c)
§ 4, paragraph 9, sentence 2, also in conjunction with § 5 (2) or § 10 (3) sentence 1 (2) and (2),
an examination result, a record or a documentary, not in full or in time,
3.
contrary to § 3, paragraph 8, sentence 4, or § 4, paragraph 9, sentence 4, an examination result is not, not correct, not complete or not provided in time or not, not correct, not correct fully or not in time,
4.
contrary to § 9, paragraph 1, sentence 1, an indication not, not correct, not complete or not in good time power,
5.
contrary
a)
§ 11 paragraph 1 sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 10 paragraph 3 sentence 1 Number 3 and 2,
b)
§ 11 paragraph 1 sentence 4 or sentence 5, also in conjunction with paragraph 1a sentence 2, or
c)
§ 11 Paragraph 1a Sentence 1
materials mentioned there are not, not correct or not fully enumerated,
6.
contrary to § 11, paragraph 1b, sentence 2, also in conjunction with § 10 (3) sentence 1, point 3 and sentence 2, a list or a document not or not at least ten years
7.
a fully-enforceable arrangement in accordance with § 11 (1b) sentence 3, also in conjunction with § 10 (3), first sentence, point 3 and sentence 2,
8.
contrary to § 11 (2) sentence 1 or sentence 4 or paragraph 2a sentence 1 or sentence 3, also in conjunction with § 10 (3) sentence 1 (3) and sentence 2, a delivery note not, not correct, not fully or not delivered in good time, a copy of the delivery note of an authority referred to there not, not correct, not completely or not sent in time or a copy of the delivery note (a) a copy of the delivery of a said authority shall not be kept for at least 10 years,
9.
contrary to the second sentence of Article 11 (2a), a copy of the delivery of a said authority shall not be retained, not correct, not complete or not in time, or
10.
contrary to § 11 paragraph 3a sentence 6, a documentation not, not correct, not complete or not presented in time.
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§ 13a Provisions applicable to existing assets

(1) May 2012 existing installations in which biowaste exempted from the requirements for treatment has been used in accordance with Article 10 (1) in the version valid up to this date and which is continued as a treatment plant for hygienisation , a process check in accordance with section 3 (4), first sentence, point 1, and second sentence, shall be carried out within 18 months after the first sentence of 1. May 2012. The first sentence shall not apply, to the extent to which it is 30. In the case of the installation or the procedure used, a hygiene check has been carried out or has been carried out in accordance with the requirements for the examination of the process or in accordance with comparable specifications and within 12 months of the date of the 1. It will be concluded in May 2012. In the case of the second sentence, the biowaste handler shall have the results of the examination of the hygiene test in accordance with the requirements for the examination of the process or the proof of the comparability of the hygiene test as well as the examination results of these tests. Health check of the competent authority within three months of the date of the 1. to be submitted and to be kept for a period of 10 years, and shall be submitted within three months of the completion of the examination and shall be kept for a period of ten years. The competent authority may, in agreement with the competent agricultural authority, in the case of treatment plants as set out in the first sentence of the biowaste treatment which satisfy the conditions set out in the second sentence of Article 11 (3), instead of the hygiene check referred to in Sentence 1 or 2, one of the carriers of the quality community, between the 1. October 1998 and 1. The conformity assessment carried out in the framework of the quality assurance procedure may be carried out in May 2012. The conformity assessment must show that the treatment plant or the hygiene procedure used for a tested plant or a tested procedure according to the specifications for the process examination or according to comparable specifications . Authorisation may be granted only where the nature, nature or origin of the biowaste, including the materials listed in point 2 of Annex 1, does not adversely affect the health and phytosanitary conditions of the materials.(2) In the case of the May 2012 existing pasteurisation facilities, which will be continued as a treatment plant for hygienisation, shall be subject to a technical acceptance in accordance with § 3 (4), first sentence, number 1 and second sentence, within 12 months of the 1. May 2012. Sentence 1 shall not apply to the extent that a technical acceptance has been carried out for the installation or the method used in accordance with the provisions of section 3 (4), first sentence, point 1 and sentence 2, or in accordance with comparable specifications. In the case of the second sentence, the biowaste handler shall have the certificate of technical acceptance in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation or proof of the comparability of the technical approval of the competent authority within three months of the 1. to be submitted and to be kept for ten years.(3) In the case of the In accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1 (2) and (3) and second sentence 2, the biowaste handler shall comply with the requirements for process monitoring and testing of the hygienised biowaste after 12 months at the latest. Non-official table of contents

§ 13b Transitional provisions applicable to valid and comparable hygiene checks, and to applicable exception approvals

(1) Direct process checks, which are before the 1. In accordance with Article 3 (4), first sentence, first sentence of the first subparagraph of Article 3 (4) of this Regulation, the date of validity of the Directive shall be valid until the expiry of its period of validity, but until the end of the period until the date of application of a new procedure or substantial technical change in the Process or process management, as a process examination within the meaning of § 3 (4), first sentence, point 1 for treatment plants for hygienisation. With the direct process check comparable hygienic tests, which before the 1. May 2012 pursuant to Articles 3 (5), third sentence 3 and 8, sentence 3, in the version in force until that date, have been carried out in existing installations and have been demonstrated to the competent authority, until the expiry of the period of validity, at the latest. however, until the use of a new procedure or a substantial technical change in the procedure or process management, as a process check within the meaning of § 3 (4) sentence 1 number 1 for treatment plants for hygienisation.(2) exceptional authorisations granted before 1 January 2008. May 2012 pursuant to § 3 (3), second sentence, in the version valid up to this date, of the requirements set out in Annex 2 to the direct process examination for treatment plants, shall continue until the expiry of the period of validity, at the latest, However, until the use of a new method or substantial technical modification of the process or process management. Exceptional authorisations granted before 1 January In accordance with Article 3 (3), second sentence, in the version valid up to that date, the indirect process test and the final testing of the treated bio-waste for treatment plants shall be issued in accordance with Article 3 (3) of Annex 2, the After the expiry of the freezing period, the requirements for the monitoring of the process and the testing of the hygienised bio-waste according to § 3 (4) sentence 1 (2) and (3) and the second sentence (2) shall be submitted. shall be respected. unofficial table of contents

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Annex 1 (to § 2, points 1, 4, 5, § 3, paragraph 3, 7, 7a, 9, 10, § 4, paragraph 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, § 5, paragraph 1, 5, § 6, paragraph 2, § 7, paragraph 1, § 9a, paragraph 1, § 10, paragraph 1, § 13a (1))
List of the areas for use on land suitable bio-waste as well as other suitable wastes, biodegradable materials and mineral

(BGBl) (site: BGBl. I 2013, 671-688)
1.
Biowaste according to § 2 number 1
a)
Biowaste that does not require approval in accordance with § 9a to be used Waste label
according to the AVV 1
(in parentheses: waste key) Suitable wastes 2 from
the
named in column 1 Waste labeling Supplementary provisions
(in parentheses: Waste origin
according to group heading
of the AVV1 )
sludges of washing
and cleaning operations
(02 01 01)
- Fish sludge, fish sediment and filter sludges from fish production (Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, pond economy, forestry, hunting and
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are not mixed with waste water or sludges outside of the specific production at the site of seizage.
The materials are used in the case of application within the framework of the regional recovery according to § 10 (1) (1) and (2) exempted from the treatment and examination obligations.
Waste from vegetal fabric
(02 01 03)
-hemp and flax peeling
-coconut fibers
-Planting waste from horticulture
- Plant waste from water conservation
-Plant waste from agriculture
-Plant waste from the pond industry and fisheries
-Plant filter materials
from biological waste air cleaning
- Reet
-Spelze, Spelzen-and grain dust
(Waste from agriculture, horticulture, pond economy, forestry, hunting and fishing)
Planting Filter materials from biological waste air purification are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are produced in the production and processing of food and feed, animal by-products and by stables.
The materials may also be applied as part of a mixture, in accordance with the first sentence of Article 7 (1), on grassland areas and on multi-section field feedingstuffs, with the exception of plant-based filter materials from the biological Exhaust air cleaning.
Plastic waste
(without packaging)
(02 01 04)
-Biologically degradable materials (plastics) made of mainly renewable raw materials(Waste from agriculture, horticulture, pond economy, forestry, hunting and fisheries)
Suitable wastes according to column 2 are, for example,
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are certified according to DIN EN 13432 (edition 2000-12) and DIN EN 13432 rectification 2 (output 2007-10) or DIN EN 14995 (output
2007-03).
The materials are exempted from the treatment and examination duties in accordance with § 10 (1) number 1 and 2 if they are incorporated into the ground at the seizage point.
Animal excretions,
slurry/jauche and barn (including spoiled straw), sewage, separately collected
and external treats
(02 01 06)
-Altstroh
-Tierische Ausscheidungen, auch mit Einstreu
(Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, pond management, forestry, hunting and fishing)
The provisions of this Regulation are applicable to animal excretions, including litter, only if: these not as animal by-products (manure of livestock) of Regulation (EC) No 1069 /2009 3 .
Infective materials are not suitable Waste according to column 2.
Altstroh and animal excretions, whether or not with litter, separately recorded or mixed with one another, shall be used in the context of regional recycling in accordance with Article 10 (1) (1) and (2) of the treatment and treatment and
The materials may, also as part of a mixture, be applied in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field fodder surfaces.
Wastes from forestry
(02 01 07)
- Herbal waste from forestry (Wastes from agriculture, horticulture, pond economy, forestry, hunting and fishing)
Natural belly Plant waste from the forestry industry, whether or not further processed, shall be exempted from the treatment obligations in accordance with Section 10 (1) (1).
In the context of composting, the materials shall be so comminuted or compost
materials may also be used as a component of a mixture, in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland areas and on multi-sectional areas of the compost. Field futures are applied.
Waste a. n. g.
(02 02 99)
-Vegetable filter materials
from biological exhaust air purification
(waste from the preparation and processing of meat, fish and other food of animal origin)
Plant filter materials from the biological exhaust air purification are suitable wastes according to Column 2, if produced in the context of the production and processing of food and feed and of animal by-products.
Wastes from extraction with solvents
(02 03 03)
-Plant residues from
of extraction with alcohol
(Wastes from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco, from the manufacture of canned food, manufacture of vegetables, vegetables, cereals, vegetables, vegetables, vegetables, fruit, vegetables, vegetables, Of yeast and yeast extract and of the preparation and fermentation of molasses)
The materials may also be applied as part of a mixture according to § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces .
For consumption or processing unsuitable fabrics
(02 03 04)
- Old flour
-Fermentation residues
from the enzyme and vitamin production
-grain wastes
-yeast and yeast-like residues
-coconut fibers
-Melasseric residues
-Oilseed residues
-Plants Amino acids
-Vegetable edible oils and fats
-Rape extract shred, rapeseed
-Rizinus red
-Residues from potato, corn or rice starch manufacture
residues from the preparation and processing of Coffee, tea and cocoa
-Residues from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables and cereals
-Residues of canned plants
-Residues of spice plants and vegetable seasoning
-Residues of Potato peelers
-Spelze, Spelzen and grain dust
-Tobacco dust, -grus and ribs
-Overbearing of luxury products
-Overbearing food
-consumed filter and absorbent masses (bleaching earths, desoiled, celte, Kieselguhr, Perlite)
-Vinasse and Vinasser residues
-Cigarette mischars
(Waste from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco, from Manufacture of canned food, yeast extract and yeast extract, preparation and fermentation of molasses)
The provisions of this Regulation are for superseded food, residues of canned products and overlays Food products of animal origin only apply to the extent that these or essential material constituents are not subject to animal by-products of Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 .
Fermentation residues from the vitamin production are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are produced in the context of the production of vitamin B2.
The recovery of vegetable edible oils and fats is only with anaerobic treatment
Rizinusschrot is appropriate waste as defined in column 2 if it has a safe level of ricin (no acute oral toxicity of up to 2 000 mg Rizinusschrot/kg body weight in rats). It must be treated with means (denaturation) to prevent animals from being taken; it must not be mixed with substances which are an incentive for animals to be taken up.
Separately recorded kieselguhr is exempted from the treatment and examination obligations upon application in the context of regional recycling pursuant to § 10 (1) (1) and (2). Mixtures containing kieselguhr and diatomaceous earth may not be applied in the dried state and must be incorporated immediately into the soil during application.
Cigarette mischars are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are not
The materials may also be applied as part of a mixture, in accordance with Article 7 (1), first sentence, on grassland areas and on multi-section field fodder areas, with the exception of: Fermentation residues from the enzyme and vitamin production, plant-based amino acids, Rizinusschrot, residues from the preparation and processing of coffee, tea and cocoa, tobacco dust, -grus and ribs, kieselguhr and Cigarette mischars.
Waste a. n. g.
(02 03 99)
-Vegetable filter materials
from the biological exhaust-
cleaning
(Waste from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco, from the manufacture of canned food, the production of yeast and yeast extract, and the Preparation and fermentation of molasses)
Vegetable filter materials from the biological waste air purification are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are used in the production and processing of food and feed and of animal by-products obtained.
Waste a. n. g.
(02 04 99)
-Melting residues
-Plant filter materials
from the biological exhaust air cleaning
-Press-, Nass- and dry chips
-beet small parts and beet cabbage
-Vinasse and Vinasser residues
-Sugar beet chips and presscuches
(Wastes from the (a)
Plant filter materials from biological exhaust air purification are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are produced in the production and processing of food and feed.
The materials may, also as part of a mixture, in accordance with the first sentence of Article 7 (1), on grassland areas and on multi-section field fodder surfaces, with the exception of plant-based filter materials from biological exhaust air purification.
Waste a. n. g.
(02 05 99)
-Vegetable filter materials
from biological exhaust air purification
(Milk processing waste)
Plant filter materials from the biological exhaust air purification are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are used in the production and processing of life and feedingstuffs and animal by-products.
Unsuitable for consumption or processing
(02 06 01)
-Altmehl
-Fermentation residues from the enzyme production
-yeast and yeast-like residues
-Partial Cases
- Overlays
-Overbearing food
(wastes from the production of bakery and confectionery)
The provisions of this Regulation are Superseded food and partial waste of animal origin only applicable to the extent that these or essential material constituents are not considered to be animal by-products of Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093
The materials may, also as a component of a mixture, be applied in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
Waste a. n. g.
(02 06 99)
-Vegetable filter materials
from biological exhaust air purification
(waste from the production of bakery and confectionery)
Plant filter materials from the biological exhaust air purification are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are used in the production and Processing of food and feed and of animal by-products.
Wastes from alcohol distilling
(02 07 02)
-Fruit, Cereals and Potato Loops (Waste from the production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages [without coffee, tea and cocoa])
The materials may, also as part of a mixture, in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland areas and on multi-carved Field futures are applied.
For consumption or processing unsuitable fabrics
(02 07 04)
-Biertreber
-yeast and yeast-like residues
-Hopfentreber
-Malztreber, Malzkeime, Malzstaub
-Melasserress
-Trester
-Overstocked Genussmittel
-Overbearing drinks
- Used filter and absorbent masses (Cellite, kieselgur, perlite)
-Vinasse and Vinasser residues
(wastes from the manufacture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages [without coffee, tea and coffee] Kakao])
separately collected diatomaceous earth is exempted
the treatment and investigation requirements in the context of the regional utilization in accordance with § 10 (1) (1) and (2). Mixtures containing kieselguhr and diatomaceous earth must not be applied in the dried state and must be incorporated immediately into the soil during application.
The Materials may be applied, including as a component of a mixture, in accordance with Article 7 (1), first sentence, on grassland areas and on multi-section field fodder surfaces, except for diatomaceous earth.
Waste a. n. g.
(02 07 99)
-Vegetable filter materials
from biological exhaust air purification
(Wastes from the production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages [without coffee, tea and cocoa])
Plant filter materials from the biological exhaust air purification are suitable wastes according to column 2 if they occur in the context of the production and processing of food and feed.
Rinden and Cork Cases
(03 01 01)
-Rinden (Wastes from woodworking and the Production of plates and furniture)
The treatment obligations are exempted from the treatment requirements in accordance with § 10 (1) (1).
In the context of a composting process, the materials are subject to the following conditions: in such a way as to crush or to sedate the compost in such a way that no lumpy materials of more than 40 mm (screen mesh width) are contained in the compost.
The materials may, also as a component of a mixture, in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland areas and applied to multi-section field feed surfaces.
Sawdust, shavings, sections, wood, chipboard and veneer with The exception to those that fall under 03 01 04
(03 01 05)
-Holzwolle
sawdust and sawdust
(Wastes from woodworking and production of sheets and furniture)
Holder wool, sawdust and sawdust are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are made from untreated wood
As part of a composting process, sawdust is to be crushed or the compost is to be sewn off in such a way that there are no lumpy materials in the compost over 40 mm (screen mesh width).
Sawdust and sawdust from natural wood from the field of wood processing, also as part of a mixture, in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field fodder surfaces.
Rinden and wood waste
(03 03 01)
-Rinden (wastes from the production and processing of pulp, paper, cardboard and cardboard)
separately collected, natural bark and unmixed rind in accordance with Section 10 (1) (1), the treatment obligations shall be exempted from the treatment obligations.
In the context of composting, the materials must be comminuted or the compost shall be so seven that in the compost no pieces of material of more than 40 mm
The materials may also be applied as a component of a mixture in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
Geäschertes Leimleder
(04 01 02)
-Geäschertes Leimleder (Wastes from the leather and fur industry)
Covered gluten is suitable waste according to column 2 if it is derived from the processing of hides and skins of the Category 3, pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 .
Geated glue in accordance with Annex XIII Chapter V (C) (2) (d) of Regulation (EU) No 142 /2011 name="FnR.FnA1-f780003_05">4 is treated in accordance with § 3 (3) sentence 5 in conjunction with Section 2 (2) (d) as being otherwise hygienistically and pursuant to Section 10 (1) (2) of the
the use of the materials is permitted only with anaerobic treatment.
Waste from untreated textile fibers
(04 02 21)
-vegetable fiber waste
wool waste
- Cellulose fiber waste
(Wastes from the textile industry)
The provisions of this Regulation are applicable to wool waste of animal origin only to the extent that this are not subject to animal by-products (raw materials) of Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 .
Waste a. n. g.
(07 01 99)
-Fat, fat residues and oil from the production of biodiesel
-Schlempen from the production of technical alcohols
(Waste from the production, preparation, distribution and application of organic basic chemicals)
The provisions of this Regulation are for fat, fat residues and oil of animal origin from the production of biodiesel only insofar as these are not subject to the animal by-products of Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 .
The Recovery of fat, fat residues and oil from the production of biodiesel is only allowed with anaerobic treatment.
Fixed wastes with the exception of those under 07 05 13
(07 05 14)
-Arznei and medicinal herbs and medicinal herbs
-Pilzmyzel
-fungal substrate residues
-plant amino acids
-plant protein hydrolysate
-plant protein waste
-residues of medicinal and medicinal plants and medicinal herbs
-Trester of medicinal plants and medicinal plants
(Wastes from production, preparation, distribution and use of pharmaceuticals)
fungal mycelium from the manufacture of medicinal products may only be used after single-case examination and is appropriate waste according to column 2, if there are no effective residues of medicinal products.
fungal substrate residues, in which the fungal cultures are demonstrably killed by attenuation, shall be considered in accordance with § 3 (3) sentence 5 in conjunction with § 2 Point 2 (d) is treated as otherwise hygienizing and is exempted from the obligation to investigate in accordance with § 10, paragraph 1, point 2.
The materials may, also as part of a mixture, be released in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 Green areas and on multi-section forage surfaces are applied, excluding fungal mycelium, vegetable amino acids, plant protein hydrolysate and vegetable protein wastes.
Wastes whose collection
and disposal from an infection-prevention point of view are not subject to special requirements (e.g. B. Wund-and plaster bandages, linen, disposable clothes, diapers)
(18 01 04)
-Moorschlamm and Heilerde (Wastes from obstetrics, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of disease in humans)
Moor sludge and healers are suitable wastes according to column 2 if they are not
The materials may also be applied as part of a mixture according to § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field fodder surfaces.
fat and oil blends from oil separators that exclusively contain edible oils and fats
(19 08 09)
-Contents of Fettabscheidern (wastes from wastewater treatment plants a. n. g.)
The utilization of the materials is only permitted with anaerobic treatment.
The materials may, also as part of a mixture, be applied in accordance with § 7 paragraph 1 sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces
Paper and Pappe
(20 01 01)
-Altpapier (Separately collected fractions of municipal waste [except 15 01])
waste paper may only be used in small quantities (max. 0.5%)
The addition of waste paper is permitted in small quantities together with separately collected bio-waste (waste key 20 03 01), if this is appropriate for hygienic or practical reasons (e.g.
The recovery of glossy paper and of paper from old wallpaper is not allowed.
Biologically degradable
kitchens and canine waste
(20 01 08)
-Biologically degradable
kitchens-and Canine wastes
content of fat separators
(separately collected fractions of municipal waste [except 15 01])
The provisions of this Regulation are for biodegradable kitchens and canine wastes of animal origin only applicable to the extent that they are not subject to animal by-products of Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 .
the contents of fat separators are only permitted with anaerobic treatment.
The materials may, also as part of a mixture, be applied to grassland areas and to multi-section field fodder areas according to § 7 (1) sentence 1
edible oils and greets
(20 01 25)
-edible oils and greases (separately collected fractions of municipal waste [except 15 01])
The provisions of this Regulation are for Edible oils and fats of animal origin only applicable to the extent that they are not subject to animal by-products (kitchen and canine waste or superposed food) of Regulation (EC)
1069/20093 .
Materials may only be used with anaerobic treatment.
edible oils and fats of plant origin may also be applied as part of a mixture, in accordance with Article 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland areas and on multi-section field feed surfaces. .
Plastics
(20 01 39)
-Biologically degradable materials (Plastics) made of mainly renewable raw materials(separately collected fractions of municipal waste [except 15 01])
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are according to DIN EN 13432
(output 2000-12) and DIN EN 13432 rectification 2 (output 2007-10) or DIN EN 14995 (output 2007-03) are certified; waste bags that are used for the collection of biodegradable wastes such as B. of kitchen and canine waste.
Biologically degradable waste
(20 02 01)
-Biologically degradable waste of sports facilities, places, places and children's playgrounds (if not garden and parking waste) 5
-Biologically degradable graveyard wastes
-Biodegradable garden and parking waste
-trees robe residues (as far as garden and parking waste) 5
-Landscape flea waste5
-Plant waste from water maintenance (as far as garden and parking waste is not available) 5
-Vegetable components of the propel (including coastal and uferous areas)5
(Garden and parking waste [including graveyard waste])
Within the framework of a composting process, woody materials are to be crushed or compost so that in compost no pieces of material over 40 mm
The materials may be applied to grassland areas and to multi-section field fodder areas, including as a component of a mixture, in accordance with Article 7 (1), first sentence, except for plant-based products. Materials used in road-travel areas (roads, roads, rail tracks, airports) and industrial sites.
Mixed Municipal waste6
(20 03 01)
-Separated bio-waste 6 (Other municipal waste)
Suitable wastes according to column 2 are separately collected bio-waste of private households and small-scale (in particular, biotonne).
Marktabfalls
(20 03 02)
-Plants Market waste(Other municipal waste)
Materials may also be applied as a component of a mixture according to § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces
b)
Biowaste which requires approval pursuant to § 9a for recovery Waste label
according to the AVV1
installation (in brackets: waste key) Suitable Wastes2 from
the
Waste label Supplementary Provisions
(in parentheses: Waste origin
according to group heading
of the AVV asset href=" #FnA1-f780003_02 "class="FnR"> 1 )
2.
Other wastes and biodegradable materials and mineral materials Substances suitable for joint treatment with bio-waste (§ 2 point 4) and for the preparation of mixtures (§ 2 point 5) are
sludges of washing
and cleaning operations
(02 01 01)
-Other sludge-like food waste(waste from agriculture, horticulture, pond economy, forestry, hunting and fishing)
The regulations this Regulation shall be applicable to other sludge-like food waste of animal origin only if it is not considered to be animal by-products of Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 subject.
  The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are not mixed with waste water or sludges outside the specific production at the seizage site
Other sludge-like food waste, also as a component of a mixture, may be applied to grassland areas and to multi-section field fodder areas in accordance with Article 7 (1) sentence 1.
Waste a. n. g.
(02 01 99)
-Pilzsubstrate residues (wastes from Agriculture, horticulture, pond management, forestry, hunting and fishing)
Suitable wastes according to column 2 are removed substrates from the production of edible mushrooms.
fungal substrate residues in which the fungal cultures are demonstrably carried out by In accordance with § 3 (3) sentence 5 in conjunction with Section 2 (2) (d), damping shall be deemed to be otherwise hygienistically treated and shall be exempted from the investigative duties according to § 3 (1) (2) according to § 3.
Die Materials may also be applied as part of a mixture according to § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
sludges from on-site wastewater treatment
(02 02 04)
-Content of grease separators
and Flotate
-Production-specific sludge from on-site effluent treatment
sludge from the production of gelatine
(waste from the preparation and processing of meat, fish and other foodstuffs of animal origin)
The materials are suitable waste according to column 2, if they are not mixed with waste water or sludges outside the specific production at the point of seizage.
The recycling of the contents of fat separators and of the flotate is only permitted with anaerobic treatment.
Separately recorded gelatine slurries, which are demonstrably hygienised with caustic soda and lime, shall be considered to be otherwise hygienic in accordance with § 3 (3) sentence 5 in conjunction with § 2 (2) (d) , and shall be exempted from the investigative duties in accordance with § 10, paragraph 1, point 2.
The materials may, also as part of a mixture, according to § 7 paragraph 1 Set 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field futures.
sludges from washing, cleaning, skid, Centrifuging and separation processes
(02 03 01)
-Other sludge-like food waste (Waste from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco, from the manufacture of canned food, the production of yeast and yeast extract as well as the preparation and the fermentation of molasses)
The provisions of this Regulation are applicable to other sludge-like food waste of animal origin only if they are not considered as animal by-products of Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009 3 .
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2 if they are not mixed with waste water or sludges outside the specific production at the site of seizage.
Materials may also be applied as part of a mixture according to § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
For consumption or processing, unsuitable fabrics
(02 03 04)
-Mug from the production vegetable edible fat
sludge produced from the production of vegetable edible oils
-starch slamb
-tobacco sludge
(Wastes from the preparation and Processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco, from the manufacture of canned food, the production of yeast and yeast extract, and the preparation and fermentation of molasses)
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are not mixed with waste water or sludges outside the specific production at the point of seizage.
The recovery of sludge from the edible fats and edible oil production is only with anaerobic treatment
The materials may also be applied as part of a mixture, in accordance with Article 7 (1), first sentence, on grassland surfaces and on multi-section forage areas, except for tobacco sludge.
sludges from on-site wastewater treatment
(02 03 05)
-Content of grease separators
and Flotate
-Production-specific sludge from the operation-
own wastewater treatment
(Waste from the preparation and processing of fruit, vegetables, cereals, edible oils, cocoa, coffee, tea and tobacco, from the manufacture of canned food, the production of yeast and yeast extract, and the preparation and fermentation of
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2, if they are not mixed with waste water or sludges outside of the specific production at the site of seizage.
The materials may also be used as part of a Mixture, in accordance with § 7 (1), first sentence, on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
sludges from Farm-side wastewater treatment
(02 04 03)
-Production-specific sludge from on-site waste water treatment (Sugar production wastes)
The materials are the appropriate waste according to column 2 if they are not at the point of seizage with waste water or sludges outside the
The materials may also be applied as part of a mixture in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
sludges from on-site waste water treatment
(02 05 02)
-Content of grease separators and Flotate
-Production-specific sludge from the on-site effluent treatment
(Wastes from the Milk processing)
The materials are suitable waste according to column 2, if they are not mixed with waste water or sludges outside the specific production at the site of seizage.
The materials may also be used as a component a mixture, in accordance with the first sentence of § 7 (1), on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
sludges From the on-site effluent treatment
(02 06 03)
-Content of grease separators
and Flotate
production-specific Sludge from the on-site effluent treatment
(wastes from the production of bakery and confectionery)
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2, if: The materials may not be mixed with waste water or sludges outside the specific production site.
The materials may also be used as a component of a mixture, in accordance with Article 7 (1), first sentence, on grassland areas and on multi-sectional areas. Field futures are applied.
Wastes from alcohol distillation
(02 07 02)
-Distillery mudame (Wastes from the production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages Beverages [without coffee, tea and cocoa])
The materials may be applied to grassland areas and to multi-section field fodder surfaces, also as part of a mixture, in accordance with Section 7 (1) sentence 1.
For consumption or processing unsuitable fabrics
(02 07 04)
-Trub and mud from breweries
-Trub and mud from fruit juice production
-Trub and mud from wine production
(Wastes from the Production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages [without coffee, tea and cocoa])
The materials may, also as a component of a mixture, be applied to grassland areas and to multi-section field fodder areas according to § 7 (1) sentence 1
sludges from on-site wastewater treatment
(02 07 05)
-Production-specific sludge from the on-site wastewater treatment (Wastes from the Manufacture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages [without coffee, tea and cocoa])
The materials are suitable wastes according to column 2 if they are not at the point of seizage with waste water or sludges outside the specific production
The materials may, also as a component of a mixture, be applied in accordance with § 7 paragraph 1 sentence 1 on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
Waste a. n. g.
(07 01 99)
-glycerine from the production of biodiesel(wastes from production, preparation, distribution and Application of organic basic chemicals)
glycerine from the manufacture of biodiesel is appropriate waste according to column 2, if it has a minimum content of 70% crude glycerol and a residual methanol content of 3%.
Utilization of materials is only permitted with anaerobic treatment.
If waste, waste label
according to the AVV installation1
(in parentheses: waste key) Permitted other waste 2 from
the
waste labels named in column 1, biologically
degradable materials, and
mineral fabric supplements
(as needed in parentheses:
Waste origin according to groups-
transcript of the AVV1 )
Waste from Gravel and rock breakage with the exception of those falling under 01 04 07
(01 04 08)
-Dolomitabfalls
limestone wastes
(Wastes from the physical
and chemical processing of non-metal-containing mineral resources)
Wastes from sand and sound
(01 04 09)
-Sand
-Sound
(Wastes from the physical
and chemical processing of non-metal-containing mineral resources)
Dying and powdery
with the exception of those that
fall under 01 04 07
(01 04 10)
-Gesteinsmehl (Waste from physical
and chemical processing of non-metal-based mineral resources)
Non-specification
Calcium carbonate slurry
(02 04 02)
-Carbonatationsschlamm (Wastes from sugar production)
Materials may also be used in bio-waste according to § 7 (1) sentence 1 and mixtures which are applied on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
Lime sludge waste
(03 03 09)
-Faserkalk (wastes from the production and processing of pulp, paper, cardboard and cardboard)
Faserkalk is permitted other waste according to column 2, if it is derived from the preparation of fresh fibres of white paper production and not Precipitants (excluding limestone) are added.
Rost and boiler ash,
slag and boiler dust
with the exception of Boiler dust, which falls under 10 01 04
(10 01 01)
-Ashes from burning
from brown coal
ash from combustion
of natural plant materials
ash from the combustion of materials of animal origin
ash from the combustion of paper
(Waste from power plants and other incinerators
[except 19])
Asche from the incineration of paper is permitted other waste according to column 2 if it is used in the context of energetic
use of paper residues from the manufacture of paper.
The materials are permitted other wastes according to column 2, if they are obtained as fire-burning mash or as ashes from fluidized bed combustion. Materials obtained as ash from the last filtering unit in the flue gas path or as condensate filter sludges are not eligible for other waste according to column 2.
Used chemicals with the exception of those falling under 16 05 06, 16 05 07 or 16 05 08
(16 05 09)
-ABC fire-extinguishing powder (gases in pressurised containers and used chemicals)
Rost and kettle ash and slag other than those mentioned in 19 01 11
(19 01 12)
-Ashes from the combustion of natural plant materials
ash from the combustion of materials of animal origin
ashes from combustion
of sewage sludge
ashes from combustion
of paper
(Waste from the incineration or pyrolysis of waste)
Ashes from the incineration of sewage sludge is permitted other waste according to column 2, if the sewage sludge from the treatment of municipal waste water corresponding to the Sewage sludge ordinance.
Ashes from the combustion of paper is permitted other waste according to column 2, if this is within the scope of the energetic use of paper residues from the manufacture of paper.
The materials are permitted other wastes according to column 2, if they are obtained as fire-burning mash or as ashes from fluidized bed combustion. Materials obtained as ash from the last filtering unit in the flue gas path or as condensate filter sludges are not eligible for other waste according to column 2.
Waste a. n. g.
(19 08 99)
-Sludge from the phosphate precipitation with lime (Waste from waste water treatment plants a. n. g.)
sludge from the phosphate precipitation with lime is permitted other waste according to column 2, if it comes from municipal waste water treatment plants.
The materials may also be added to bio-waste and mixtures according to § 7 (1) sentence 1 , which are applied on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field fodder surfaces.
sludges from decarbonatization
(19 09 03)
-mud from water sofabed (Waste from the preparation of water for human use or industrial use water)
Materials obtained as sludges from the de-icing and the removal of manganese are not eligible for any other waste according to column 2.
In accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1, materials may also be added to bio-waste and mixtures which are applied on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
(If materials in individual cases are waste according to circular economy and waste law, assignment to a waste designation)-Materials according to the fertilizer regulation 7 :
fertilizer according to § 3 DüMV as well as fertilisers, soil adjuvants and culture substrates according to § 4 DüMV
Substances according to tables 6, 7 (with the exception of sewage sludge in accordance with point 7.4.3) and 8 (except for pollutants referred to in point 8.3.11 column 3 last sentence) of Appendix 2 DüMV
Materials according to Fertiliser Regulation7 are permitted other wastes, biodegradable materials and mineral substances as defined in column 2, provided they are not considered as bio-waste in point 1 or as authorised other Wastes in other table rows of this number.
As far as fertilizers and starting materials of animal origin are considered animal by-products of Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 .
The materials may also be added to bio-waste and mixtures according to § 7 (1) sentence 1, which are based on grassland areas and on multi-section field fodder surfaces shall be applied to the extent that the application of the materials to these surfaces according to the fertilizer regulation7 or the fertilizer regulation 7 allowed.
--Animal by-products in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 :
of category 3 referred to in Article 10 Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009,
of category 2 as referred to in Article 9 (a) Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009 (liquid manure, non-mineralised guano, gastric and intestinal contents, and panel contents)
Stomach and bowel contents as well as pansenContents are permitted biodegradable materials as defined in column 2, if they originate from animals classified as fit for human consumption.
The materials may also be used in bio-waste and mixtures according to § 7 (1) sentence 1. , which are applied to grassland areas and to multi-section field fodder areas, to the extent that the application of the materials to these areas in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1069/20093 .
--Renewable raw materials Renewable raw materials are allowable biodegradable materials according to column 2, unless they are used as bio-waste in

As part of a composting process, woody materials are to be crushed or the compost is to be sewn in such a way that no lumpy materials are contained in the compost over 40 mm (screen mesh width).
The materials may be used in accordance with § 7 (1) sentence 1, biowaste and mixtures shall also be added, which shall be applied on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field feed surfaces.
--Floor materialsSoil materials are permitted biodegradable materials and mineral substances in accordance with column 2, if these do not exceed the precautionary values for soils in accordance with point 4 of Annex 2 to the Federal Soil Protection and Waste Regulation Ordinance.
The materials may also be added to bio-waste and mixtures according to § 7 (1), which shall be Green areas are being applied
3.
Notices of relevant establishment DIN standards referred to in this Annex have been published in the Beuth-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, is published and archived at the German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich.
1
Waste directory regulation (AVV) of 10. December 2001 (BGBl. 3379), which was last amended by Article 5 (22) of the Law of 24 December 1991. February 2012 (BGBl. I p. 212).
2
Waste in accordance with the Waste Species Catalogue of the National Working Group of Waste, 16. Country Working Group Waste: LAGA-Information document Waste types-1991, Communications from the Länder Working Group Waste (LAGA)-Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin.
3
Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 June 2009. Directive on animal by-products not intended for human consumption, and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (Regulation on animal by-products) (OJ L 327, 31.12.2002, p. 1), as last amended by Directive 2010 /63/EU (OJ L 327, 27.12.2010, p. 33), as amended.
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Commission Regulation (EU) No 142/2011 of 25. February 2011 on the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down the health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption and for the implementation of Directive 97 /78/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council Council with regard to certain samples and products exempted from veterinary checks at the border of certain products (OJ L 327, 30.4.2004, p. 1).
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The waste materials are assigned to this waste label, as the AVV does not have a special waste label for outside of Gardens and parks, biodegradable waste of sports facilities, places, places and children's playgrounds, shrubs and plant waste from water maintenance, as well as land-based waste and plant-based waste Components of the propellant are included.
6
The waste materials are assigned to this waste label, as the AVV does not have a special waste label for contains separately collected bio-waste, in particular in biotones.
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Fertiliser Regulation and Fertiliser Ordinance in the current version.
Non-official table of contents

Annex 2 (to § 2, paragraph 2, § 3, paragraph 2 to 7)
Requirements for the hygienizing treatment of bio-waste Guarantee of health and phytosanitary safety

Table of
1General Notes
2Hygienizing Treatment
2.1 Treatment procedure for hygienisation (to § 2 point 2)
2.2Requirements for hygienizing treatment
2.2.1pasteurization
2.2.1.1requests to the Process Management
2.2.1.2Process Check (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 1 i. V. m. Paragraph 5)
2.2.1.3Process monitoring (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 2 i. V. m. (6)
2.2.1.4Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i). V. m. Paragraphs 7 and 7a)
2.2.2Aerobe hygienizing treatment (thermophilic composting)
2.2.2.1Process control requests
2.2.2.2Process validation (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 Number 1 i. V. m. Paragraph 5)
2.2.2.3Process monitoring (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 2 i. V. m. (6)
2.2.2.4Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with Article 3 (4), first sentence, point 3 i). V. m. 7 and 7a)
2.2.3Anaerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic digestion)
2.2.3.1Process control requests
2.2.3.2Determination of the Minimum residence time
2.2.3.3Process checking (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 1 i. V. m. Paragraph 5)
2.2.3.4Process monitoring (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 2 i. V. m. (6)
2.2.3.5Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i). V. m. (7) and (7a)
2.2.4Other hygienic treatment
2.2.4.1 Requirements for process management
2.2.4.2Process checking (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 1 i. V. m. Paragraph 5)
2.2.4.3Process monitoring (§ 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 2 i. V. m. (6)
2.2.4.4Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4), first sentence, point 3 i. V. m. (7) and (7a)
3Health and phytosanitary safety tests
3.1 Process checking (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 1 i. V. m. Paragraph 5)
3.1.1General Requirements
3.1.2 Plants for aerobic hygienizing treatment (thermophilic composting plants)
3.1.2.1Rental composting
3.1.2.2Other composting methods
3.1.3attachments to the anaerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic digestion plants)
3.2Process monitoring (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1, point 2 i. V. m. (6)
3.3Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i. V. m. (7) and (7a)
4Methods for testing the health and phytosanitary safety
4.1Tracerinvestigations for the determination of minimum residence time for anaerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic fermentation)
4.1.1Tracerexamination with spores from Bacillus globigii
4.1.1.1 Preparing
4.1.1.2Investigation
4.1.1.3 Detection Method
4.1.1.4Minimum Dlint Time
4.1.2 Tracerinvestigation with lithium
4.1.2.1preparation
4.1.2.2 Implementation of the investigation
4.1.2.3Detection Method
4.1.2.4Minimum residence time
4.2Disease hygiene checks
4.2.1process checking
4.2.1.1test organism and limit
4.2.1.2Deposit samples for aerobic hygienic procedures (thermophilic composting)
4.2.1.3 Deposit samples for anaerobic hygienic procedures (thermophilic digestion)
4.2.1.4 Detection Method
4.2.2hygienized biowaste checks
4.3 Exams of phytohygiene
4.3.1process checking
4.3.1.1Test organisms and limit values
4.3.1.2Test organism Plasmodiophora brassicae
4.3.1.2.1Manufacture of the samples for aerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic composting)
4.3.1.2.2Manufacture of the inserts for anaerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic fermentation)
4.3.1.2.3Detection of infectivity by a biotest
4.3.1.3Testorganismus Tomato seeds
4.3.1.3.1Inlay probe production
4.3.1.3.2 Determination of the germination rate by a biotest
4.3.1.4Testorganismus tobacco mosaic virus in aerobic hygienic treatment procedures (thermophilic composting)
4.3.1.4.1Manufacture of the samples
4.3.1.4.2 Detection of infectivity by a biotest
4.3.2Hygienized testing Biowaste
1
General notes In this appendix, the requirements and the Requirements for the hygienising treatment (plants and procedures) and tests of hygienised bio-waste are described. Biowaste is supplied to a treatment which does not meet the requirements for hygienisation (e.g. (b. mesophilic digestion), the hygienising treatment of bio-waste must be carried out in accordance with the requirements of this Annex. The plant must be carried out and the treatment should be carried out in such a way as to recontaminate the hygienic treated materials.
2
hygienic treatment
2.1
Treatment procedure for hygienisation (to § 2, point 2) The hygienic treatment of the bio-waste is carried out by
a)
pasteurization (number 2.2.1),
b)
aerobe hygienic treatment (thermophilic composting) (point 2.2.2),
c)
anaerobic Hygienizing treatment (thermophilic fermentation) (point 2.2.3) or
d)
otherwise hygienic treatment (point 2.2.4).
2.2
Requirements for hygienizing treatment
2.2.1
Pasteurization Pasteurization can be done before or after after an additional, in particular, biologically stabilizing treatment (e.g. B. mesophilic digestion).
2.2.1.1
Requirements for process leadership Prior to pasteurization, the biowaste is a particle size with a particle size of 1 to 5%. The edge length (two-dimensional) of a maximum of 12 mm is to be comminuted. The material must be homogenized during heating and must have a water content which ensures sufficient heat transfer between and within the particles. The process control in pasteurization plants must be used for the hygienisation of the material. the bio-waste is carried out in such a way that a temperature of at least 70 °C over a continuous period of at least 1 hour acts on the material as a whole.
2.2.1.2
Process Review (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 1 i. V. m. (5) For pasteurisation plants, no process check as specified in point 3.1 is required; instead, pasteurisation plants shall be carried out by the competent authority, before they are put into service; By drawing up an expert, technically to take off (Section 3 (5) sentence 3). The competent authority shall issue a certificate of acceptance if it has established that the pasteurisation facility meets the requirements for the process management referred to in point 2.2.1.1 and equipped with the necessary equipment and equipment is, in particular,
a)
temperature monitoring devices,
b)
Devices for continuous recording of measurement results and
c)
an appropriate security system for Avoidance of insufficient heating
2.2.1.3
Process monitoring (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 2 i. V. m. (6) Process monitoring shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.2.
2.2.1.4
Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i). V. m. (7) and (7a) The tests of hygienised bio-waste shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.3 and the methods referred to in point 4.2.2 (disease hygiene) and 4.3.2 (phytohygiene).
2.2.2
Aerobe hygienic treatment (thermophilic composting)
2.2.2.1
Requirements to the Process control The process control in composting plants must be carried out for the hygienisation of the bio-waste in such a way that over several weeks a thermophilic temperature range and a high biological activity at low humidity-and Nutrient conditions as well as optimal structure and air guidance are guaranteed. The water content should be at least 40% and the pH value should be around 7. In the course of aerobic hygienic treatment, a temperature of at least 55 ° C over a maximum period of 2 weeks, of 60 ° C for 6 days or of 65 ° C for 3 days must be applied to the entire rotting material.
2.2.2.2
Process checking (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 1 i. V. m. (5) For composting plants for hygienisation, the test shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.1.1 and point 3.1.2. For the use of test organisms (test and indicator germs) and for the testing of their destruction, or Deactivation is the following methods:
a)
for disease hygiene the methods according to number 4.2.1 (except point 4.2.1.3) and
b)
for phytohygiene, the methods referred to in point 4.3.1 (except point 4.3.1.2.2).
2.2.2.3
Process Monitoring (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 2 i. V. m. (6) Process monitoring shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.2.
2.2.2.4
Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i). V. m. (7) and (7a) The tests of hygienised bio-waste shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.3 and the methods referred to in point 4.2.2 (disease hygiene) and 4.3.2 (phytohygiene).
2.2.3
Anaerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic digestion)
2.2.3.1
Requirements for the Process control The process control in fermentation plants must be carried out for the hygienisation of the bio-waste in such a way that the treatment temperature in the thermophilic range (at least 50 ° C) over the cohesive period of the minimum residence time acts on the entire material. In this case, the process check (s) must be carried out during the process. Point 2.2.3.3), technically specified or proven minimum residence time (see point 2.2.3.3). Point 2.2.3.2) and do not fall below the treatment temperature used.
2.2.3.2
Determination of the minimum residence time, if the minimum residence time in the fermenter is not technically prescribed by means of a hydraulic barrier within the loading and removal intervals, it must be carried out by a tracer test according to a method according to point 4.1 prior to the process test (see With the tracer examination, the period of time at the fermentation plant for hygienisation is determined, which all substrate parts (solid and liquid) have the shortest time of stay in the fermenter. In this process, the substrate to be fermentation is marked with indicators (tracer) before being added to the fermenter. The minimum residence time of the material to be fervated in the fermenter is the period of time which has been determined up to the last sample without a finding prior to the first detection of the tracer. Until the results of the tracer examination are available, the plant must have the following information: minimum period of reference calculated by the plant manufacturer and planner. In order to ensure that the minimum period of stay is not undershot, the maximum daily input quantity determined by the plant manufacturer and planner must not be permanently exceeded after reaching the desired level in the fermenter relevant for the hygienisation. . If an appropriate calculation is not available, it shall be drawn up in consultation with the competent authority, if necessary By drawing up an expert.
2.2.3.3
Process Review (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 1 i. V. m. (5) For fermentation plants for hygienisation, the process test shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.1.1 and point 3.1.3. In the case of the process test, one is required in the thermophilic temperature range (at least 50 ° C). Use the treatment temperature. The process check is with the technically prescribed or proven minimum residence time (see page 4). For the use of test organisms (test and indicator germs) and for the testing of their destruction or inactivation, the following methods shall be applied: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
a)
for disease hygiene the methods according to point 4.2.1 (except point 4.2.1.2) and
b)
for phytohygiene, the methods according to point 4.3.1.1 (except for test organism tobacco mosaic virus as defined in point (c), point 4.3.1.2 (except point 4.3.1.2.1) and point 4.3.1.3.
do not pass the process check, it is to be repeated with a higher treatment temperature or extended minimum residence time.
2.2.3.4
Process monitoring (to § 3 (4), first sentence, point 2 (i). V. m. (6) Process monitoring shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.2.
2.2.3.5
Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i). V. m. (7) and (7a) The tests of hygienised bio-waste shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.3 and the methods referred to in point 4.2.2 (disease hygiene) and 4.3.2 (phytohygiene).
2.2.4
Anderweitige hygienizing treatment For another hygienic treatment process, if necessary , with the participation of an expert, the equivalent effectiveness of the Hygienisation measured according to the requirements of this Annex (§ 3 (3) sentence 4).
2.2.4.1
Requirements for the process management The requirements for the Process management for the hygienizing treatment of the bio-waste are in coordination with the competent authority, if necessary , to identify and describe the attainment of an equivalent level of hygiene
2.2.4.2
Process checking (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 1 i. V. m. (5) The requirements for the examination of the proceedings shall be in consultation with the competent authority, where applicable , to determine and describe an equivalent level of hygiene, taking into account the The requirements of point 3.1.1 and the methods referred to in point 4.2.1 (disease hygiene) and 4.3.1 (phytohygiene) are achieved.
2.2.4.3
Process monitoring (to § 3 (4)) Set 1, point 2 i. V. m. (6) The requirements for process monitoring shall be carried out in consultation with the competent authority, where appropriate , to identify and describe an equivalent level of hygiene taking into account an expert's the requirements of point 3.2.
2.2.4.4
Tests of hygienised bio-waste (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i). V. m. (7) and (7a) The tests of hygienised bio-waste shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of point 3.3 and the methods referred to in point 4.2.2 (disease hygiene) and 4.3.2 (phytohygiene).
3
Health and phytosanitary safety tests The hygienic safety of the bio-waste is determined with the help of
a)
Process checking in accordance with § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 1 i. V. m. (5) and in accordance with the descriptions in point 3.1,
b)
Process monitoring according to § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 2 i. V. m. (6) and in accordance with the descriptions in point 3.2 and
c)
Tests of hygienised bio-waste according to § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i. V. m. (7) and (7a) and in accordance with the descriptions in point 3.3.
The health and phytosanitary tests shall be carried out at the same time as possible. The treated bio-waste shall not be considered hygienically safe until if all the tests referred to in points 3.1 to 3.3 are passed.
3.1
Process examination (in accordance with § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 1 i. V. m. (5)
3.1.1
General requirements The process examination is an examination of the individual treatment plant for hygienisation, which is unique in the case of the re-establishment of the process. the installation and, if the procedure is substantially modified, it must be carried out. The effectiveness of the hygienization process is hereby determined. For this purpose, test or indicator organisms which are relevant to the disease and phytosanitary conditions are introduced into the plant with the biowaste; the test organisms are then tested on the basis of investigations of the treated materials, whether by the hygiene of the test organisms have been killed or inactivated. For other hygienic treatment (point 2.2.4), the requirements for the process examination are to be carried out in consultation with the competent authority, if necessary , in the event of an expert's drawing, and to describe the attainment of an equivalent level of hygiene, taking into account the requirements of this section and the methods referred to in point 4.2.1 (disease hygiene) and 4.3.1 (phytohygiene), which are the subject of the process examination Methods (sampling, preparation, testing and maximum permissible limit values to be observed) in the hygiene of diseases referred to in point 4.2.1 and in the phytosanitary hygiene referred to in point 4.3.1 and in accordance with the conditions set out below for the relevant plant Descriptions (s. 3 (4) (2). The examination of the proceedings shall be completed successfully if the limit values set out in point 4.2.1.1 (disease hygiene) and point 4.3.1.1 (phytohygiene) in the two successive stages of the examination are completed. depending on the process step relevant for the hygienisation.
3.1.2
Plants for aerobic hygienic treatment (thermophile) Composting plants) The process examination consists of two temporally separate examination steps at a minimum distance of 3 months, one of which has been held in winter. The test organisms are placed in characteristic red areas or in the Thermal inactivation of the test organisms representative process sections introduced and tested after the removal on surviving or infectious test organisms.
3.1.2.1
Lease ompostierungIn each examination, a total of 60 individual samples are examined, of which 24 samples for the examination of the disease hygiene and 36 samples are examined for the examination of the Phytohygiene is dispensed with. The number of individual samples is as follows:
a)
In the examination of the disease hygiene, 1 Test organism (s. Point 4.2.1) in duplicate samples in three different red zones (boundary, core and base area) as well as four different points of the rent.
b)
During the examination The phytohygiene products are 3 test organisms (see 4.3.1) as individual samples in three different rotting zones (boundary, core and base area) as well as at four different points of the rent.
The samples on the edge may be used with approx. 10 cm of red material are covered. The samples remain in the respective areas until the end of the test. For small plants with an annual capacity of up to 3 000 tons of application materials, only a reduced scope of investigation is to be carried out with a halving of the materials to be examined. Individual samples are required. In this case, the test organisms are only introduced at two different points of the rent.
3.1.2.2
Other composting processes 60 individual samples are examined, of which 24 samples are tested for the disease hygiene test (1 test organism, see below). Point 4.2.1) and 36 samples for the examination of phytohygiene (3 test organisms, see page 4). Point 4.3.1). The test organisms are inserted into characteristic areas of the rotting body or, in the case of dynamic processes, are carried out in suitable sample containers with the material flow through the practice-customary rotting and process process. The sample containers used must have a sufficient perforation, so that the material conversion conditions within the sample containers correspond to those of the composting process to be tested for the hygienization. ensure that all testing facilities are added as evenly as possible during the entire insertion process, so that they are distributed as homogeneously as possible in the rotting unit. In addition, the shape of the sample containers used must ensure that they correspond with respect to the behaviour in the material flow and the residence time to the material to be composted. If the specific plant technology is the size of the sample containers not limited (e.g. B. free passages at snails etc.), a total of 12 sample containers are introduced into the rotting unit (through-pass); each sample container contains
a)
a test organism in double samples for the examination of the disease hygiene (see page 2). Point 4.2.1) and
b)
Three test organisms as individual samples for the examination of phytohygiene (see section 4.4). Number 4.3.1).
If it is not possible to introduce (through) large sample containers, the individual samples must be distributed to a correspondingly larger number of smaller sample containers. For small plants with an annual Capacity of up to 3 000 tonnes of feedstock is required only with a reduced scope of investigation, with a halving of the individual samples to be examined. Instead of 12, only 6 sample containers are introduced and passed through.
3.1.3
Plants for anaerobic hygienizing treatment (thermophilic digestion plants) Process testing comprises two temporally separate tests at a minimum distance of 3 months. A total of 24 individual samples are examined at each examination course, of which 8 samples are to be tested for the disease hygiene and 16 samples are to be tested. Examination of phytohygiene is no longer necessary. The number of individual samples is as follows:
a)
In the examination of the disease hygiene, 1 Test organism (s. Point 4.2.1) in double samples and at four different points in the fermenter (vertical and horizontal fermenters standing fermenters in horizontal direction).
b)
In the examination of phytohygiene, 2 test organisms will be tested (see below). Point 4.3.1 with the exception of the tobacco mosaic virus) in duplicate samples and at four different points in the fermenter (vertical and horizontal fermenters standing in vertical fermenters).
For small installations with an annual capacity of up to 3 000 tonnes of feedstock is required only with a reduced scope of investigation, with a halving of the individual samples to be examined. In this case, the test organisms are only introduced at two different points in the fermenter. The test organisms are used for the technically predetermined or proven minimum residence time (see FIG. 1). In order to carry out the process testing, appropriate openings must be present in the fermentation tanks for the insertion and removal of samples.
3.2
Process Monitoring (to § 3 paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 2 i. V. m. (6) Process monitoring is a continuous test and recording of the temperature during the treatment for hygienisation. It is hereby established whether during the treatment the temperature required for the hygienisation and the necessary duration of action are maintained. For a different hygienic treatment (point 2.2.4), the requirements for the treatment are to be met. Process monitoring in coordination with the competent authority, if necessary , to identify and describe an equivalent level of hygiene, taking into account the requirements of this section, If the temperature in the exhaust air flow of the compost rental is measured and recorded in a closed composting plant for hygienisation (§ 3 (6) sentence 3), the treatment temperature is via a plant-specific correction factor. to determine the direct temperature measurement in the rotting material. The plant-specific correction factor is regularly checked by means of parallel direct temperature measurements in the rotting material. For the temperature measurement in the exhaust air flow, the requirements are in coordination with the competent authority, if necessary The temperature measurements shall be carried out in representative zones of the hygiene Process monitoring is successful if the temperature and duration of action specified for the respective process (cf. Point 2.2.1.1, 2.2.2.1, 2.2.3.1 and 2.2.4.1) hygienic treatment of the material.
3.3
Tests of hygienised bio-waste (to § 3 (4) sentence 1, point 3 i). V. m. (7) and (7a) The tests of the hygienised bio-waste are regularly investigated in the materials after treatment for the hygiene of pathogens, germ-capable seeds and austric-capable plant. The tests of the hygienized Biowaste is carried out after the hygienization treatment (see Number 2) on the material to be deposited. Each test of the hygienised bio-waste is to be examined in the epidemiological and phytosanitary conditions. For the tests, the methods (sampling, preparation, testing and the maximum permissible maximum permissible) are to be examined. (2) The tests of the hygienised bio-waste shall be completed successfully if the limit values referred to in point 4.2.2 of the last sentence of paragraph 4.2.2 are applied. (disease hygiene) and 4.3.2 final paragraph (phytohygiene) in none of the samples taken.
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Methods for testing the epidemic and phytosanitary safety
4.1
tracer studies for the determination of the minimum residence time in anaerobic hygienic treatment processes (thermophilic Fermentation) In order to be able to assess the hygienic mode of operation of anaerobic treatment methods, the knowledge of the minimum residence time of the waste suspension in the fermenter is of importance. If the minimum residence time has to be determined, a tracer examination must be carried out for this purpose (see Point 2.2.3.2). During the tracer examination, the waste suspension is marked with indicators (tracers) before entry into the fermenter. The first appearance of the waste suspension is recorded at the outlet. For the tracer examination in anaerobic treatment plants for hygienisation biodegradable waste is a biological tracer with the spores of Bacillus globigii (s. Point 4.1.1) or chemical tracer with lithium (see below). Point 4.1.2).
4.1.1
Tracer examination with spores of Bacillus globigiiAs biological tracers, the spores of Bacillus globigii are used. Spore of this test bacterium does not naturally occur in the biological substrates, they are apathogen for humans and animals, survive the process effects in anaerobic treatment plants and are problem-free. demonstrable.
4.1.1.1
Pre-prepared materials and reagents
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Trypton-glucose-Bouillon (TGB),
to produce the vaccine culture of Bacillus globigii-Sporen:
yeast extract: 2.5 g,
trypton: 5,0 g,
glucose: 1.0 g,
water (distilled): 1 000 ml;
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yeast extract agar (MYA),
for the production of Bacillus globigii-Sporen:
Pepton of meat: 10.0 g,
yeast extract: 2.0 g,
Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate: 0.04 g,
Agar: 15 g,
Water (distilled): 1 000 ml;
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Bacillus globigii strain culture,
for the production of Bacillus globigii Stem cultural-Sporensuspension:
Bacillus globigii (DSM1 No. 675 [ Bac. Atrophaeus]) or
Bacillus globigii (DSM1) No. 2277 [ Bac. Atrophaeus]) or
Bacillus globigii (University of Hohenheim's core collection2 );
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Centrifuge with an acceleration of 10 000 g.
Sample preparation Trypton-glucose-bouillon (TGB): The bouillon is placed in portions of 10 or 100 ml each in test tubes. It is sterilized in autoclaves. After sterilization, the pH of the medium has to be 7.2 (± 0.2), measured at 20 ° C. yeast extract agar (MYA): The agar is given in Roux bottles or petri dishes. It is sterilized in autoclaves. After sterilization, the pH of the medium has to be 7.0 (± 0.2), measured at 20 ° C. Bacillus globigii strain cultures: The Bacillus globigii strain cultures (glycerine culture, storage temperature -80 ° C) are thawed and in trypton-glucose-bouillon (TGB) are incubated for 24 hours at 37 ° C. 6 ml are transferred from the TGB-Bouillon to MYA plates; the supernatant is pipetted off. The MYA plates will be at 37 (± 1) ° C. After the third day, the condition of the cultures is obtained by means of a sporty coloration (e.g. B. Racket-coloring). Subsequently, a further incubation of the MYA plates takes place at 30 ° C. for 7 to 10 days. After that, the colonies are separated from the MYA plates with 3 ml of sterile distilled water (aqua dest). The spore suspension obtained is centrifuged (3 000 rotations/min over 10 minutes), the supernatal is discarded and the pellet is removed with the aid of aqua dest. resuspent.To determine the number of spores, the suspension will be first at 75 (± 1) ° C is heated for more than 10 minutes and then the number of spores per millilitre of suspension using the Koch surface procedure noted.
4.1.1.2
Implementation of the investigationThe biological tracer is unique in the form of a spore suspension evenly during a loading interval to the Fermenter added. There is added to a feed batch so much spore suspension that at least 106 spores per gram of fermenter contents are present. The concentration of the Bacillus globigii spores in the suspension is to be controlled. the spore suspension is taken from the sample (sample of approx. 1 kg) in the discharge until the tracer is detected for the first time in a sample, at least
a)
every hour up to and including the 24. Hour,
b)
following every two hours up to and including the 36. Hour,
c)
following every 4 hours up to and including the 48. Hour,
d)
following every 6 hours.
4.1.1.3
detection method from the For pre-dilution, 20 g in 180 ml sodium chloride (0.9% sodium chloride solution) are weighed into the test sample and approx. The mixture is mixed for 20 hours at 4 ° C. on the shaker. After a sufficient mixing, 1 ml of the sample is pipetted into 9 ml of NaCl solution in each case in a geometric series up to the dilution stage 10-8 . Then, in each case, 0.1 ml of each dilution stage is pipetted onto two parallel standard I agar plates and uniformly distributed with an annealed wire tip (incubation 37 ° C./24 hours). Only those parts are counted on the nutrient base plates. Colonies showing a typical orange-red growth.
4.1.1.4
Minimum residence time The minimum residence time results from the period between the addition of the Bacillus globigii-porensuspension and the last sample without a finding prior to the first detection of the biological tracer in the discharge of the fermenter.
4.1.2
TracerInvestigation with Lithium
4.1.2.1
Pre-determination of the lithium base load in the waste suspension First, the natural lithium base load in the waste suspension is to be found in the waste suspension. . For this purpose, a representative sample is taken daily at the discharge of the fermenter and the lithium content is determined at least 5 days before the start of the examination. Depending on the composition of the biowaste, the basic load of lithium is usually between 1 and 5 mg per kg of dry matter. Beneed materials tracer: lithium hydroxide monohydrate
4.1.2.2
Implementation of the examinationFor the examination, the lithium concentration of 50 mg/kg dry mass is based on the total fermenter content (complete mixing) . The amount of lithium required depends on the amount of fermenter used in the fermentation plant to be tested for hygienization. The tracer is added evenly to the fermenter in dissolved form during a loading interval. A rehearsals must be stored from this lithium suspension until the results have been obtained. After the tracer has been supplied, the tracer is fed to the fermenter. Sampling (single sample of approx. 1 kg) in the discharge until the tracer is detected for the first time in a sample (lithium concentration > basic load), and at least
a)
every hour up to and including the 24. Hour,
b)
following every 2 hours up to and including the 36. Hour,
c)
following every 4 hours up to and including the 48. Hour,
d)
following every 6 hours.
4.1.2.3
Detection Method To Identify The lithium concentration will analyze the samples according to DIN EN ISO 11885:20093 .
4.1.2.4
Minimum residence time The minimum residence time is from the period between the addition of the lithium tracer and the last sample without an increase in concentration prior to the initial detection of the tracer in the discharge of the fermenter. The tracer is detected if the concentration of lithium observed exceeds the basic load determined by the double standard deviation determined for the samples taken in accordance with point 4.1.2.1.
4.2
Epidemiological Hygiene Checks
4.2.1
Process Check
4.2.1.1
Test organism and limit value The process check in disease hygiene is conducted with the test germ Salmonella senftenberg W775 (H2S-negative). The process check is in the Disease hygiene has been successfully completed if salmonella in the two successive stages of the examination are not detectable in any sample according to the procedure for the hygienisation.
4.2.1.2
EinlageSamples for aerobic hygienic processes (thermophilic composting) The test germ Salmonella senftenberg W775 (H2S-negative) is available in standard I-Bouillon at 37 ° C over 18 to 24 Hours are incubated. The germs suspension produced in this way should contain a microorganism concentration of at least 107 to 108 KBU/ml. The concentration is by comparison with a standard (e.g. B. McFarland) or the surface process or the Most Probable Number (MPN) method. In the composting process for hygienisation, approx. 225 g of fresh, homogenised and comminuted biowaste material from the plant to be tested, impregnated with 25 ml of this germ suspension and then packed in sterile onion or plastic bags. The inlay of the samples into the composting material takes place either in this form or in coarsely perforated stable sample containers, which are suitable for the respective process. After the relevant procedure for the hygienisation has been passed, the sample containers are removed again and each 50 g of the homogenized contents of a sample bag in 450 ml of buffered peptonwater with Novobiocin over 30 Minutes at 4 ° C slowly shaken out (150 rpm) and then over 22 (± 2) hours at 36 (± 2) ° C. The suspension solution thus obtained is used for the identification of salmonella.
4.2.1.3
Deposit samples for anaerobic hygienic processes (thermophile). Fermentation) The germ suspension with the test germ Salmonella senftenberg W775 (HS-negative) is produced as described in Section 4.2.1.2 (1). In fermentation plants for hygienisation, 1 ml of the germ suspension of Salmonella senftenberg is used in each case. W775 (H2S-negative) with diffusion germ carriers4 inserted into the process. In addition to 1 ml of the germ suspension, the diffusion germ carriers are also filled with 9 ml of fermentation residue and in the process sections or parts of the process relevant for the thermal inactivation, in each case for the determined minimum residence time (see FIG. 1). Point 4.1) and hygienisation temperature. After the procedure has passed, the respective total content of the diffusion germ carriers (10 ml) is given in 90 ml of buffered pepton water with Novobiocin (pre-enrichment), shaken briefly (150 rpm) and over 22 (± 2) hours at 36 (± 2) ° C Incubated. The suspension solution thus obtained is used for the identification of salmonella.
4.2.1.4
Detection methodical salmonella are used with the suspension solutions , identified by the methods described above (see Point 4.2.1.2 and 4.2.1.3). For this purpose, 0.1 ml from the thoroughly mixed pre-enrichment in 10 ml enrichment bouillon after Rappaport at 36 (± 2) ° C and at 42 (± 1) ° C is incubated for 22 (± 2) hours. Subsequently, parallel spreads on xylose-lysine-deoxycholate-agar (XLD) and a further Salmonella-Differential-nutrient medium are applied with the detection possibility of other biochemical properties as XLD-agar. Salmonella suspected colonies are inoculated on nutrient agar and at 36 (± 2) ° C is incubated for 22 (± 2) hours. The identification is carried out biochemically or serologically on the basis of the body and scourge antigens (O-and H-antigens). In order to control the survival (tenacity) of the test strain, four control samples are produced in parallel with the process test. These control samples shall not be placed under the hygiene procedure, but during the examination period in moist sand (e.g. B. Eimer with quartz sand, humidification with deionized water) stored at room temperature (20 to 25 ° C) and worked up after termination of the process test. At least three of the four control samples are intended to provide positive salmonella findings; otherwise, the tenacity of the test stem should not be considered sufficient.
4.2.2
Checks of the hygienized biowaste for the examination of the hygienized biowaste in the epidemiological hygiene are obtained from a well-mixed sample (approx. 3 kg) in each case 50 g of material according to the method indicated above (cf. Point 4.2.1.2), on the presence of salmonella. The mixed sample shall consist of at least five different subsamples of a batch of the hygienically treated material to be examined in accordance with point 3.3. The examination of the hygienised bio-waste is successful in the hygiene of the disease when no salmonella can be detected in 50 g each of the collected samples.
4.3
Phytohygiene tests
4.3.1
Process Audit
4.3.1.1
Test organisms and limit values from the variety of phytopathogens and Plant seeds, which are found in the starting material of biowaste treatment plants, are used in process tests in phytohygiene:
a)
Plasmodiophora brassicae (cabbage hernia) with a one-week heat tolerance of 50 ° C,
limit in Biotest: Befall index ≤ 0.5 per test area,
b)
Tomato seed,
limit in biotest: ≤ 2% seed-capable seeds per test area,
c)
in addition to aerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic composting) according to point 2.2.2:
tobacco mosaic virus (TMV),
limit in biotest: ≤ 4% residual infectivity (Relative value for positive control) per test area.
The process test is successfully completed in the phytohygiene, if in the two consecutive examination steps in each case according to the relevant for the hygienisation Method step in the samples per test area, the specified limits
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for the parameters Plasmodiophora brassicae and tomato seeds not exceeded, and
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in the tobacco mosaic virus parameter not exceeding 30%
4.3.1.2
Test organism Plasmodiophora brassicaeThe process test in phytohygiene with the test organism Plasmodiophora brassicae will be carried out in accordance with the following:
4.3.1.2.1.
Production of the samples for aerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic composting) The bile material (Infection material with the pathogen Plasmodiophora brassicae) is deep-frozen at -25 ° C until the samples are produced. It is demonstrably infectious, heat-tolerant bile material with the pathogen Plasmodiophora brassicae of infested cabbage. The heat tolerance is demonstrated if the bile material has a high infectivity (degree of infestation ≥ 2) in the case of incubation of 50 ° C for 7 days. Each sample used in the composting process for the hygienisation contains 30 g of bile material, 430 g Soil and 200 g of the respective compost straw material. This corresponds to a ratio of approx. 5% gala material to 65% soil and 30% compost. The individual sample parts are intensively mixed and filled into red-resistant bags (mesh size max. 1 x 1 mm), ensuring that nothing is discharged from the sample into the surrounding compost. Control samples are stored in moist, sterilized sand at room temperature during the trial period.
4.3.1.2.2
Production of the samples for anaerobic use Hygienising treatment procedures (thermophilic fermentation) For the bile material to be used (Infection material with the pathogen Plasmodiophora brassicae), point 4.3.1.2.1, paragraph 1 shall apply. In the case of fermentation plants for hygienisation, 30 g bile material in gazebags (mesh size max. 1 x 1 mm) into the process sections or parts of the plant relevant for thermal inactivation. Control samples produced in accordance with the procedure are moistened during the trial period, sterilized sand stored at room temperature.
4.3.1.2.3
Detection of infectivity by a BiotestAn existing residual infection of Plasmodiophora brassicae in the samples are determined by the test described below. Benöte materials
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mixing tub,
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measuring beaker (1 000 ml),
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Plastic Pots (13 x 13 x 13 cm, ca. 1 l), matching subsetters,
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certified seed of Sarepta mustard (Brassica juncea),
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substrate damper,
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sand, grain 0.8-1.2 mm (e.g. B. Buntsandstein with good buffering capacity, pH approx. 6, 5),
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white peat (pH value approx. 3.5),
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pH-meter,
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single-use gloves (a pair for each sample),
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Water-soluble solid fertiliser (solid or liquid).
Sample preparation After recovery from the tested hygienization procedure, the samples with the pathogen will be Plasmodiophora brassicae carefully crushed and filled with a sand peat mixture (steamed for 5 hours at 80 ° C) to a volume of 1 000 ml and homogenise well. Since the pH value has a strong influence on the infectivity of Plasmodiophora brassicae (Optimum: pH 6.0 ± 0.2), the pH of the prepared substrate mixture should be checked and, if necessary, corrected by increasing the peat part. BiotestAs test vessels 13 x 13 x 13 cm large plastic pots is used. For each excitation sample, which has been refilled with the sand peat mixture to 1 000 ml each, a vessel with 16 post-wheat plants Sarepta-Senf (Brassica juncea) is applied; in this case, pre-drawn seed plants (1) are added to each vessel. Foliage sheet formation). The biotest is established as a randomised trial in the greenhouse or in a climatic chamber at 6 000 to 9 000 Lux and at a temperature of at least 20 ° C. The plants are fertilised once a week from the third week. The vegetation period of the biotest up to the bonitur of the progeny plants is 4 to 5 weeks. After completion of the biotest, the number of infested plants is counted on the one hand and the root bile formation after a bonito scale from 0 to 3 on the other hand. Rating:

BefallsklasseDescription of symptoms
0 No visible symptoms
1 Light Gallenbildung an Haupt-und Side root
2 Middle Gallenformation Main and secondary roots
3Strong bile formation on the entire root system


Rating the BoniturnotenFor each individual excitation sample (repetition), the bonito notes for the infestation of the individual plants (case class = Kl) are summarized in the decay index according to the following formula:



The index of infestation for a test area is derived from the arithmetic mean of the index of decay of all repetitions (exciter samples) of the respective check area:



If the index of infestation is ≤ 0.5 for each test range, the check has passed.
4.3.1.3
Test organism TomatensamenThe process check in phytohygiene with the test organism tomato seeds is carried out in accordance with the following described methodology. The sample and the determination of the germ rate by a biotest are required for the following materials:
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Plastic Petri dish with lid (Ø 9 cm),
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Round filter paper,
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Tomatensaatgut (Lycopersicon lycopersicum [L.] Karsten ex Farw.), Saint-Pierre variety (synonym: San Pedro).
4.3.1.3.1
Production of the insert probeAbout 1 g or 400 tomato seeds (Lycopersicon lycopersicum [L.] Karsten ex Farw.) Saint-Pierre variety (synonym: San Pedro) is filled into a small bag of unrulable Gazestoff (mesh size 1 x 1 mm) and distributed prior to closure on the entire Gaza Strip, in order to achieve the lowest possible layer thickness of the tomato seeds to the public. The germination of the tomato seeds must be determined before the investigations. Only seeds with a minimum germination capacity of 90% may be used for the test.
4.3.1.3.2
Determination of the germ rate by a biotest After completion of the examination The test organism is taken from the samples and immediately subjected to a germination test. BiotestThe tomato seeds are taken from the sample and 200 seeds are counted. The remaining seeds are used for 1 to 2 days under living conditions (20 to 50% rel. Air humidity, approximately 20 ° C), sealed in air-tight manner and stored in a refrigerator for any repetition of the determination of germination (retention sample). In a clean state, the counted seeds are designed for the determination of germination, if necessary, for the determination of germ ability, e.g. B. 4 x 50 seeds on 4 layers of moistened filter paper in covered Petri dishes with a diameter of 9 cm at 25 ° C and exposure in a suitable room or climate chamber.7 Every seven days, the germinated tomato seeds are counted until no other seeds germinate. The seed in which the root or the sprout is visible is considered to be germinated. If no seeds are germinated after 21 days, the germination test shall be completed. Evaluation of results The total number of germinated seeds is determined and expressed as a percentage of the seeds used in the tested aliquot (200 seeds). The germ ability of the tomato seeds for a test area is obtained from the arithmetic mean of the germination rates of all repetitions (excitation samples) of the test area.
4.3.1.4
Testorganismus tobacco mosaic virus in aerobic hygienic treatment (thermophilic composting) The process check in phytohygiene with the test organism tobacco mosaic virus is carried out in accordance with the following method. The following materials and reagents are required for the production of the samples and the detection by a biotest:
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Plastic Pots with a volume of 500 ml with bottom hole and bottom shells,
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Water-soluble multi-nutrient fertilizer,
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tobacco seed (Nicotiana tabacum "Samsun"),
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Tobacco seed (Nicotiana glutinosa L.),
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unit-size 0 (EE0) as a plant substrate,
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mortars and pistill,
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carbore-bentonite mixture (ratio 1: 1),
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Phosphate Buffer after Sörensen (pH value 7) or a corresponding commercially available product,
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TMV-containing Suspension (plant press juice from TMV-infected tobacco plants),
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Filtriergaze,
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commercially available cotton buds,
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sealable glass or plastic containers,
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Storage vessels and wet-scales.
4.3.1.4.1
Manufacture of the single-layer samples of the virus occurs in tobacco plants (Nicotiana tabacum "Samsun"), in which it spreads systemically. For this purpose, the tobacco plants are used at 18 to 22 ° C. under greenhouse conditions up to the 5-leaf stage. For inoculation, 2 or 3 lower leaves are thinly powdered with a mixture of carboric and bentonite (1: 1) and the TMV-containing suspension (plant press juice from TMV-infected tobacco plants) in 0.05 mol/l phosphate buffer according to Sörensen, or corresponding (pH value 7) to the pollinated leaves. 2 to 3 weeks after the inoculation, virus-containing leaves with mosaic-like discolorations can then be used for the examinations. Each sample contains 10 g of TMV-infected tobacco leaves in the composting process for hygienisation. (Nicotiana tabacum "Samsun"), which are filled into a reddish-resistant gastric chick (mesh size 1 x 1 mm). In order for the Rott conditions to affect the TMV-infected tobacco leaves, the Gazesecake of the deposit sample is to be completely converted with compost straw material. "Samsun") of the same batch which is kept at -18 ° C.
4.3.1.4.2
Detection of infectivity by a biotest The inactivation of the The hygienization process of the thermophilic composting is carried out by a biotest according to the following method described. Sample preparation After completion of the hygienizing process step (e.g. B. Withdrawal after termination of the process test on a thermophilic composting plant), the TMV excitation sample is freed from any non-rotted coarse components present. With the addition of 30 ml of phosphate buffer according to Sörensen or correspondingly (0.05 mol/l; pH value 7), the sample is comminuted in a mortar. The sample suspension is placed on the filter gaze and pressed out. The sample extract is transferred into a sealable glass or plastic vessel. The positive control samples carried are carried out in the same way. BiotestAs proof of the infection, the extracts from the samples and from the controls are carried out. on the leaves of the test plant (Nicotiana glutinosa L.). The biotest is carried out on detection plants which are in the 6-8-leaf stage. A total of 12 detection plants are required for the inoculation of the 12 series-proofed TMV exciter samples, with four samples tested on four plants per test area. The vegetation tip and the lower elder leaves are removed at the post-wheat plants, so that in each case four fully formed leaves remain for the inoculation on the plants. The Latin square is to be chosen as an experimental arrangement for better comparability in the case of locomotion plants on plants with leaves of different sizes and different ages. A prerequisite for this is the same number of TMV samples, test plants and leaves. During the process examination, the three characteristic test areas of the rotting body are checked in each case four times. The following diagram illustrates the experimental setup of the half-leaf method with the inclusion of the positive control sample (P) for the four TMV samples (A, B, C, D) to be tested for a test area:

Plant 1Plant 2Plant 3Plant 4Leaf-
positioning half of
(from direction
blade tip) leaf half < br /> (from the
sheet tip) sheet half of
(from the
blade tip) leaf half of
(from the
leaf tip)left-right left-left right-left
1. Sheet A P P D C P P B
2. Sheet B P P A D P P C
3. Sheet C P P B A P P D
4. Sheet D P P C B P PA


The sheets can be used with regard to the Treatments on the underside of the leaf are marked with a waterproof felt pen. First, the test sample is always applied and then the control probe.Then the leaves of the after-wheat plants are thin-powdered with a mixture of carboric and bentonite (1: 1). The samples and control extracts are applied to the leaves using a cotton swab, the pollinated leaf halves with the extract twice evenly with light pressure and with hand movements extending from the central core to the leaf edge, will be painted. The leaf is assisted with one hand from the underside of the leaf. Immediately after the treatment, the tobacco leaves are cut off directly on the sprout and the adhering carborand/bentonite residues from the leaf surface with tap water are added. completely removed (spray bottle or shower). For the incubation, the treated leaves are either placed in a vessel filled with water or placed in corresponding wet eschals. Subsequently, the treated leaves are placed in a climatic chamber or an air-conditioned greenhouse at 22 to 25 ° C. until the symptoms are formed. During the incubation period, the treated leaves are illuminated daily for 16 hours (exposure intensity at least 2 000 Lux). At the latest 5 days after the inoculation, the pathogens are clearly in the form of necrotic local lesions. . These are small round spots of 2 to 3 mm in diameter, the centers of which consist of dead tissue. Evaluation of the results for the evaluation, the lesions formed are counted separately from each half of the leaf. The evaluation is carried out by addition of the lesions of the respective four blade halves, each of which has been inoculated with the sample and control solution. The residual infectivity of the pathogen samples is expressed as a percentage in relation to the positive control. For each individual excitation sample (repetition), the relative residual infection on four inoculated tobacco leaves is summarized according to the following formula:



B1 = inoculated leaf of the first plant
B2 = inoculated leaf of the second plant
B3 = inoculated leaf of the third plant Plant
B4 = inoculated leaf of the fourth plant
LE = the number of lesions of the excitation sample
LK = the number of lesions of the positive control probeThe residual infection [relative value] of the pathogen tobacco mosaic virus for a test area is obtained from the following: Arithmetic mean of the relative residual infections of all repetitions (exciter samples) of the respective test area:



Is the residual infection [relative] per Test range ≤ 4%, the test has passed.
4.3.2
Tests of hygienized biowaste When testing hygienised biowaste in phytohygiene, the The content of germ-capable seeds and austric-capable parts of plants in the hygienically treated material is determined by the cultivation method. The test is carried out with material from a well-mixed sample (approx. 3 kg). The aggregate sample shall be composed of at least five different subsamples of a batch of the hygienically treated material to be examined in accordance with point 3.3. Sample pre-treatment The volume weight and the salt content of the test substrate shall be: shall be determined. In the case of compost, the original sample is sieved < 10 mm. Wet and non-screening composts are pre-dried (air drying). Pasteurized materials and liquid fermentation residues are unscreened and used as a liquid test substrate. Beneed materials
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Plastic Trays with Flooring or equivalent Test Containers,
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casting mats,
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needle-hole film,
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suitable mixing substrate (e.g. B. weakly decomposed high moortorf with approx. 4 g of carbonic lime per litre, which is free of germinated seeds and austric-capable parts of plants.
Implementation 3 l sieved (FS < 10 mm) test substrate for solid samples and 0.5 l liquid test substrate for liquid samples . After determination of the salt content9 , the test substrate is diluted with a suitable mixing component (KCl content = 0 g/l) so that the test mixture has a salt content of < 2 g KCl per liter. As a mixed component, which must be free from germable seeds and austric-capable parts of plants, Hochmoortorf is suitable for use with approx. 4 g carbonic lime per litre. The test mixture is used in a layer thickness of approx. 10 mm in test shells (plastic shells with floor perforation or equivalent containers, which are designed with a casting mat and a needle-hole film as anti-pollution protection), evenly applied, slightly pressed, and by casting on full Water capacity. The test containers are then left without direct sunlight for a period of 15 days at an illuminance of at least 1000 lux and at a temperature of 18 to 20 ° C. The water loss is regularly compensated for by overshowers. In order to avoid dehydration, the shells are to be covered with glass or plastic discs in such a way that an exchange of air is still possible. CalculationAfter 15 days of culture, the accumulated plants are counted and their number is increased, based on a liter of test substrate, on 2 comma-sites. The testing of hygienised biowaste is successfully completed in phytohygiene, if the content of germ-capable seeds and austric-capable parts of plants is not more than 2 per cent Liter of test substrate.
1
DSM: Deutsche Stammsammlung für Mikroorganismen, Marscheroder Weg 1b, 38124 Braunschweig.
2
University of Hohenheim, Institut für Umwelt-und TierHygiene, Garbenstrasse 30, 70599 Stuttgart.
3
Published in the Beuth-Verlag GmbH, Berlin; archival secured by the German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich.
4
Method after Black, Michael, Comparative disease-hygienic-microbiological investigations on horizontally and vertically charged, adult soil filters with upstream multi-chamber digestion pit and/or a rotting container serving as a coarse material catch (Rottefilter), p. 45, Veterinary Dissertation, FU Berlin, 2003; archival secured at the German National Library in Leipzig.
7
Method according to International Seed Science and Technology 21, Supplement, Supplement, International Seed Testing Association (ISTA), 1993; Backed up by the German National Library in Leipzig.
9
Method by method book for the analysis of organic fertilizers, Soil improvers and substrates, Chapter III. C 2, Bundesgütegemeinschaft Kompost e. V. (Ed.), 5. Edition 2006, Selbstverlag, Köln; archival secured at the German National Library in Leipzig.
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Annex 3 (to § 4 paragraph 9)
guidelines for analysis (sampling, sample preparation and examination of untreated and treated bio-waste)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 704-706)
1
Investigation of untreated and treated Biowaste
1.1
sampling For the biowaste studies prescribed in accordance with § 4, the sampling is carried out in the state of the biowaste, such as this The sampling of solid untreated or treated bio-waste is carried out in accordance with DIN EN 12579 (January 2000 edition), Soil improvers and cultivation substrates-sampling. For liquid untreated or treated bio-waste, the sampling is based on DIN 51750-1 (December 1990 edition), testing of mineral oils; sampling; general, and DIN EN ISO 14590. 51750-2 (December 1990 edition), testing of mineral oils; sampling; liquid substance. For pasty and muddy untreated or treated bio-waste, the sampling is based on DIN EN ISO 5667-13 (August 2011 issue) Water quality -Sampling-Part 13: Instructions for sampling of beatings. The subset is filled into a suitable, well-sealable container and delivered immediately to the examination site.
1.2
sample preparation The sample to be examined is carefully mixed immediately before the sample is taken. For the examination parameters used in the sample A partial sample shall be taken, which shall be at least sufficient to ensure four parallel investigations. This subsample is based on DIN EN 13040 (February 2007 edition), soil improvers and culture substrates-sample preparation for chemical and physical examinations, determination of the dry residue, moisture content and the Laboratory bulk density, dried at 105 ° C to constant weight. Solid biowaste according to DIN EN 13040 (February 2007 edition), soil improvers and culture substrates-Sample production for chemical and physical investigations, determination of the dry residue, of the dry residue are used for the determination of the loss of ignition. The moisture content and the laboratory bulk density are comminuted to a particle size of < 2 millimeters. Solid biowaste according to DIN EN 13650 (January 2002 edition), soil improvers and cultivation substrates-extraction of elements soluble in Königswasser, to a grain size < 0.5 millimeter are used for the determination of the heavy metal contents. For the examination parameters, which are determined from the fresh mass, a partial sample is also taken, which is at least sufficient to ensure four parallel investigations. Solid partial samples are comminuted to a particle size of < 10 mm, homogenized and sieved through a sieve with a mesh size of 10 millimetres; the screening pass is used for the investigations.
1.3
Implementation of the investigationsFor each examination parameter, at least two parallel measurements shall be performed. Equivalent methods are permitted. If individual examinations of the further parameters referred to in § 4 (5) sentence 1 (2) cannot be carried out in the case of untreated bio-waste, this shall be justified in the delivery note.
1.3.1
Determination of dry residue The dry residue is determined from the unloved partial sample in accordance with DIN EN 13040 (February 2007 edition), Soil improvers and cultivation substrates-Sample production for chemical and physical examinations, determination of dry residue, moisture content and laboratory bulk density. The results are in percent by weight
1.3.2
Determination of the content of the organic substance (loss of ignition) The ignition loss is determined from the dry mass according to DIN EN 13039 (February 2000 edition), soil improvers and cultivation substrates-Determination of the content of organic matter and ash. The results shall be expressed in% by weight.
1.3.3
Determination of the proportion of stones and foreign materials The determination of the proportion of stones > 10 millimetres and foreign substances > 2 millimetres (glass, plastics and metals) is based on the method book for the analysis of organic fertilisers, soil improvers and substrates 1 in the dry mass (105 ° C) of the unsieved subsample The results are to be stated in percent by weight.
1.3.4
Determination of the pH value and the salt content The determinates are made from the The determination of the pH value is carried out in accordance with DIN EN 13037 (February 2000 edition), soil improver and cultivation substrate determination of the pH-value. The salt content is determined in accordance with DIN EN 13038 (February 2000 edition), Soil improvers and cultivation substrates-Determination of electrical conductivity. The results are to be expressed in milligrams per 100 grams of fresh mass.
1.3.5
Determination of the heavy metals lead, cadmium, chromium, copper, nickel, mercury and zinc The determination of the heavy metals is carried out from the Königswasseraufconclusion to DIN EN 13650 (January 2002 edition), soil improvers and cultivation substrates-extraction of elements soluble in Königswasser, dry mass according to one of the following methods of investigation:

Heavy metal examination method (s)
Lead DIN 38406, part 6 (July 1998 edition)
DIN EN ISO 11885 (April 1998 edition)
DIN ISO 11047 (May 2003 edition)
DIN EN ISO 17294-2 (February 2005 edition)
Cadmium DIN EN ISO 5961 (May 1995 edition)
DIN EN ISO 11885 (April 1998 edition)
DIN ISO 11047 (issue May 2003)
DIN EN ISO 17294-2 (February 2005 edition)
Chrome DIN EN 1233 (August 1996 edition)
DIN EN ISO 11885 (April 1998 edition)
DIN ISO 11047 (May edition) 2003)
DIN EN ISO 17294-2 (issue February 2005)
Copper DIN 38406, Part 7 (September 1991 edition)
DIN EN ISO 11885 (April 1998 edition)
DIN ISO 11047 (issue May 2003)
DIN EN ISO 17294-2 (February 2005 edition)
Nickel DIN 38406, part 11 (September 1991 edition)
DIN EN ISO 11885 (April 1998 edition)
DIN ISO 11047 (Edition May 2003)
DIN EN ISO 17294-2 (February 2005 edition)
Mercury DIN EN 1483 (July 2007 edition)
DIN EN 12338 (October 1998 edition)
Zinc DIN 38406, Part 8 (October 2004 edition)
DIN EN ISO 11885 (April 1998 edition)
DIN ISO 11047 (May 2003 edition)
DIN EN ISO 17294-2 (February 2005 edition)


The results are in milligrams per Note: In the case of untreated bio-waste, it is not possible to carry out a digestion with Königswasser, the samples must be mineralised at 450 ° C prior to the digestion with the avoidance of heavy metal losses, or apply another equivalent digestion method.
2
indication and calculation of the results as far as the individual examination parameters are of this Annex, the results of the two parallel measurements and their arithmetic mean shall be given. The averaging is only permissible if the difference between the two individual values is the methodical repeatability 2 does not exceed. In the case of such an overrun, a check is required for possible causes of the excessive difference and a third measurement. If the review of the excessive difference has not provided a clear cause, the final result shall be the mean of the three-size-ordered individual values (median).
3
Quality Assurance and Control The test sites are obligated to use the analytical results through appropriate quality assurance measures and Quality control 3 . This includes: a. the proof of the regular successful participation in ring trials.
4
Notices of qualified job vacancies mentioned in Section 1 DIN standards have been published in Beuth-Verlag GmbH, Berlin and Cologne, and are stored in the German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich. The method book for the analysis of organic fertilisers, referred to in point 1.3.3, is published in Munich. Soil improvers and substrates were found in the self-verlag of the Bundesgütegemeinschaft Kompost e. V., Cologne, is published and archived at the German National Library in Leipzig.
1
Method Book for the analysis of organic fertilizers, soil improvers and substrates, Bundesgütegemeinschaft Kompost e. V. (Ed.), 5. Edition September 2006, Selbstverlag, Köln.
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For the determination, see in particular DIN ISO 5725 accuracy (accuracy and precision) of measurement methods and Measurement results
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Part 1: General Basics and Terms (DIN ISO 5725-1, Report September 1998),
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Part 2: Basic method for the determination of the retrieval and comparison precision of a unified measurement method (DIN ISO 5725-2, edition December 2002),
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Part 3: Precision measurements of a unified measurement procedure under intermediate conditions (DIN ISO 5725-3, February 2003 edition),
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Part 4: Basic methods for determining the correctness of a unified measurement method (DIN ISO 5725-4, edition January 2003),
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Part 5: Alternative methods for the determination of the precision of a unified measurement method (DIN ISO 5725-5, November 2002 edition).
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See in particular:
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AQS-Analytical Quality Assurance, Framework Recommendations of the Water-, Wastewater-and Sludge Research Community Water (LAWA), Water-and Water-Sludge Research, Water-and Water-Water-and Sludge Investigations, Country Working Group Water (Hrsg.), Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin, April 2006,
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Directive on analytical quality assurance in water analysis, DIN V ENV ISO 13530 (October edition) 1999)
unofficial table of contents

appendix 4 (to § 11 paragraph 2)
delivery note in accordance with § 11 paragraph 2 of the Biowaste Ordinance

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 706-708) The delivery note is from a bio-waste handler or a mixture producer (§ 11 (2) sentence 2 (1)) or (2), respectively. in the case of untreated bio-waste, to be issued by the disposal carrier, producer or owner (Article 10 (3), first sentence, point 3 and second sentence); the original is to be passed on to the management of the area of application (Section 11 (2), second sentence, point 2). A copy (exhibitor and intermediate customer) and the original (managing surface of the application area) of the respectively fully completed delivery line shall be kept for 10 years.

Exhibitors of the Delivery of a
(§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 1 or Section 10 (3) sentence 1 (3) and (2))-Name and address:
Delivery slip-No.: Delivery note date:

batch number/mixture
(§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 3):
Maximum allowable
Application quantity
(§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 8)
t TM/ha/3 years:
□ 20 □ 30
Displayed Quantity in t
(§ 11 paragraph 2 sentence 2 no. 3):

If intermediate user (§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 2)
(if applicable) further intermediate purchasers on additional
sheet)-Name and address:
Beer of the application area
(§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 2)-name and address:
(§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no.4) as
untreated bio-waste

hygienically treated bio-waste
Biotrash Treated Biowaste
Treated Biowaste
MixtureD
(mixture with bio-wastes crossed as above)
Description (§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 No. 4) of the
unmixed materials
is attached

or
see fertilizer label

List of other bio-wastes listed in Annex 1, No. 1
(§ 6 para. 2) is attached
Results of investigations Biowaste or mixtures (§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 6)
Sample Date: AnalyticsNo.:
lead
cadmium


copper
nickel
mercury
zinc
mg/kg TM
mg/kg TM
mg/kg TM
mg/kg TM
mg/kg TM
mg/kg TM
mg/kg TM
pH value
Salt content
OS as ignition loss
dry residue
foreign matter:
glass, plastic,
metal > 2 mm
stones > 10 mm

mg KCl/100 g FM
WW. % TM
WW. %
% by weight. % TM
WW. % TM
(§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 6) if untreated, hygienisingly or biologically
stabilised biowaste Investigations of the parameters in accordance with § 4 (5)
Sentence 1 No. 2 are not feasible, is attached.
investigative body testing pollutants and other parameters (§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 7)-name and address:
Investigative body examination of the hygienized Biowaste (§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 7)-Name and address:
sampling date:
analytic-No.:
The exhibitor assures that the requirements are
a) for the health and phytosanitary conditions Safety in accordance with § 3 (2) and (3) and
b) to the heavy metal contents according to § 4 (3), also in connection with § 5 (2) sentence 2,
are complied with (§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 5).
Biowaste/mixture for application on grassland surfaces and on multi-section field futures
(§ 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 9)
Results of the ground investigation
(§ 11 para. 2a sentence 2; to be completed by the managing agent in the original of the delivery item)
Floor examination required (§ 9 para. 2 sentence 4)
Soil examination according to the Sewage Sludge Ordinance is attached (§ 9 para. 2 sentence 3)□ Sample Date:Analytic No.:Lead mg/kg TM
Ground type clay
Cadmium mg/kg TM
Bodenart Lehm
Chrome mg/kg TM
Bodenart Sand
Copper mg/kg TMpH
Nickel mg/kg TM
Mercury mg/kg TM
Zinc mg/kg TM
Investigation site Soil Investigation (§ 11 para. 2a sentence 2; from (1)-Name and address:
Surface of the application (Section 11 (2a), second sentence; of the managing agent in the original of the supplier).
(if necessary)
further application surfaces on additional sheet)
GemarkungFlur Parcel No.
or alternatively tag name  Size ha
/
Date of submission and
signature of
Auspositioner
If intermediate user, date of acceptance/
propagation and signature
(if applicable) further intermediate purchasers on additional Sheet)
Date of acceptance
and signature of the