Regulation On Landfills And Long-Term Storage

Original Language Title: Verordnung über Deponien und Langzeitlager

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Regulation on landfills and long-term storage (landfill regulation - DepV) DepV Ausfertigung date: 27.04.2009 full quotation: "landfill regulation by April 27, 2009 (BGBl. I S. 900), most recently by article 7 of the Decree of 2 may 2013 (BGBl. I p. 973) has been changed" stand: last amended by article 7 V v. 2.5.2013 I 973 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from) : 16.7.2009 +++) the V 1 V v. 27.4.2009 was adopted as article I 900 by the Federal Government and the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety after consultation with stakeholders, while respecting the rights of the Bundestag, with the consent of the Federal Council. You as per article 4 set 1 of this V on the 16.7.2009 enter into force.

Table of contents Part 1 General provisions § 1 scope article 2 definitions Part 2 construction, operation, closure and after-care of landfill sites section 3 construction of § 4 Organization and personnel section 5 commissioning section 6 approved conditions for the deposit section 7 does not waste section 8 acceptance procedure § 9 handling of waste article 10 decommissioning section 11 aftercare § 12 measures to control, reduce and prevent emissions, pollution, nuisances and hazards section 13 information and documentation part 3 recovery of landfill materials replacement article 14 principles section 15 applications and mapping section 16 placing on the market of waste article 17 adoption and Documentation part 4 miscellaneous provisions article 18 safety performance section 19 application, display section 20 cross-border authorities and public participation article 21 regulatory decisions § 21a public notice section 22 review regulatory decisions § 22a monitoring plans, monitoring programs part 5 long-term storage section 23 construction and operation of section 24 closure and aftercare part 6 final provisions § 25 in the deposition phase located old landfills § 26 in the decommissioning phase located old landfills § 27 offences section 28 transitional provisions annex 1 requirements for the site , the geological barrier, base and surface sealing systems from landfills of class 0, I, II and III (to article 3, paragraph 1, article 10, paragraph 1, §§ 23, 28) Annex 2 requirements for the location, geological barrier, proof of long-term safety and decommissioning of landfills of class IV in the salt rock (to article 3, paragraph 2, article 10, paragraph 1, article 11, paragraph 2) Annex 3 eligibility and allocation criteria (§ 2 No. 5 to 9) , 20 to 23, 33, § 6 paragraph 2 to 5, article 8, paragraph 1, 3, 5 and 8, article 14, paragraph 3, §§ 15, 23, 25 paragraph 1) Annex 4 requirements for sampling (sampling, sample preparation and examination of waste and landfill material replacement) (to article 6, paragraph 2, article 8, paragraph 1, 3 and 5, § 23) Annex 5 information, documentation, controls, operation (to § 4 paragraph 2, §§ 9) , 10 paragraph 2, article 11, paragraph 2, article 12 paragraph 1 to 3, article 13 paragraph 1 to 3 and 5, § 17 paragraph 2, § 23 paragraph 1 sentence 1) Annex 6 special requirements for the temporary storage of metallic mercury wastes with a shelf life of more than one year in long-term storage (to § 23 paragraph 2, sentence 1) part 1 General provisions section 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation applies to 1 the establishment , operation, closure and after-care of landfill sites, 2. the treatment of waste for the purposes of the deposition in landfills and the use as a landfill construction material replacement, 3. the dumping of waste in landfills, 4. the use of waste as and for the production of landfill construction material replacement, 5. the construction, operation, decommissioning and follow-up of long term storage and 6 storage of waste in long-term storage.
(2) this Regulation applies to 1 rack of a landfill project, 2. operators and owners of landfills (landfill operators), 3 operators of long term storage, 4. producer and owner of waste and 5 operators of installations for the production of landfill construction material replacement.
(3) this regulation does not apply to 1 private households, 2. the storage and dumping of dredged material (waste key 17 05 06 in accordance with annex to the regulation of list of waste) along by waterways and above-ground waters from which it was, except dredged the waterways Danube, Elbe, EMS downstream from Papenburg, Moselle, Neckar, or, Rhine and Weser, 3. landfills and landfill sections, where the decommissioning phase a) has begun prior to January 1, 1997 , with the exception of sections 14 to 17, or b) has started prior to July 16, 2001, and provisions for the decommissioning phase have been taken before July 16, 2001 in a plan approval, a plan approval or an administrative arrangement with the exception of sections 14 to 17, 4. landfills and landfill sections, which are finally closed on July 16, 2009 according to § 36 paragraph 3 of the recycling and waste management act by definitive ruling , 5. the storage of waste in long-term camps, as far as the waste prior to recovery over a period of less than three years is stored, and 6 the exclusive storage or deposit of waste, fall the immediately-usually in the prospecting, extraction, treatment and processing, as well as the related storage of mineral resources.

Article 2 definitions in this Regulation shall apply following definitions: 1. deposit area: area of landfill on or in the waste deposited without a time limit;
2. deposit period: period of acceptance of required for the operation of a landfill site or a section of the landfill facilities by the competent authority up to the time; stop the dumping of waste
3. old landfill: a landfill located in the deposit, decommissioning or follow-up phase on July 16, 2009;
4. threshold: groundwater monitoring data, which measures for the protection of groundwater must be initiated;
5. treatment: Mechanical, physical, thermal, chemical or biological methods or combinations of procedures that reduce the volume or the harmful properties of the waste, facilitate their handling, facilitate their recovery or disposal or ensure compliance with the allocation criteria referred to in annex 3;
6 dump of the class 0 (landfill class 0, DK 0): underground landfill for inert waste, which keep the mapping criteria 3 number 2 for the landfill class 0 according to annex;
7 landfill of class I (landfill class I, DK I): underground landfill for waste that keep the mapping criteria 3 number 2 for the class of the landfill I annex;
8 landfill of class II (landfill class II, DK II): underground landfill for waste that keep the mapping criteria 3 number 2 for the landfill class II annex;
9 landfill (landfill class III, DK III) class III: aboveground landfill for non-hazardous waste and hazardous waste, which keep the mapping criteria 3 number 2 for the landfill class III annex;
10 landfill (landfill class IV, DK IV) class IV: lower day landfill, the waste a) in a mine with an independent deposit area that is separated from a mineral extraction, or b) included fully in a cavern, in the rocks, deposited;
11 landfill section: spatial or being gated part of the deposit area of landfill, which is associated with a particular class of landfill and which can be operated separately.
12 landfill operator: natural or legal person who holds the legal or actual control of a landfill;
13 landfill construction material replacement: for action according to § 15 on above-ground dumps a) immediately useable waste and b) produced using waste materials;
14 landfill gas: due to reactions of the deposited waste gases;
15 input range: area on the premises of the landfill, where the wastes are delivered, weight - or volume collected and identified;
16 degassing: Capture of landfill gas in replaced elements and its derivative by aspiration (active degassing) or through use of the pressure gradient to passages in the surface sealing system (passive degassing);
17. liquid wastes: waste liquid consistency with the exception of mushy, Pasty and muddy waste;
18 basic characterization: identification and review all the information necessary for a long-term safe disposal of waste, in particular information about type, origin, composition, homogeneity, leachability, other typical characteristics and proposal for establishing the key parameter, the investigation and the frequency of examination;
19 long-term storage: facility for the storage of waste according to article 4 paragraph 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act in connection with number 8.14 of Schedule 1 to the Ordinance on installations requiring a permit;
20 long term storage of class 0 (long term storage class 0, Luke 0): above-ground long-term storage of inert waste, which keep the mapping criteria 3 number 2 for the landfill class 0 according to annex;
21 long term storage of class I (long term storage class I, LK I): above-ground long term storage for non-hazardous waste, which comply with the allocation criteria 3 number 2 for the class of the landfill I annex;
22 long-term storage of class II (long term storage class II, LK II): above-ground long term storage for non-hazardous waste, which keep the mapping criteria 3 number 2 for the landfill class II annex;
23 long-term storage (long term storage class III, LC III) class III: above-ground long term storage for hazardous waste, which keep the mapping criteria 3 number 2 for the landfill class III annex;
24. long-term storage (long term storage class IV, LK IV) class IV:
In day-long term storage for hazardous waste in a mine with an independent storage area, which is separated from a mineral extraction;
25. mechanically biologically treated waste: waste from processing or converting household waste and similar commercial and industrial wastes with high biodegradable content in plants, which fall under the scope of application of the regulation concerning equipment for biological treatment of waste;
26 Mono landfill: landfill or landfill section of the landfill class 0, I, II, III or IV, in which or in which only specific waste, which are similar to and friendly with each other by type, ambient concentrations and responsiveness, are deposited;
27 aftercare phase: period after the final closure of a landfill or a landfill section up to the time when, the competent authority finds concluding the aftercare of the landfill according to § 40 paragraph 5 of the circulatory economic law;
28 profiling: Design of the surface of the landfill body of a landfill site or a section of the landfill, to raise the surface sealing system in the gradient required for the drainage
29 key parameters: parameters with high relevance to be implemented in the framework of acceptance control admissibility of the deposit and the match of the waste with the fundamentally characterized waste;
30 leachate: Any liquid that percolates through the deposited waste and the landfill is worn out or close in the landfill;
31 specific waste: road departure, mineral waste arising from defined processes in large quantities in the same composition, in particular soil and stones, dredged material, ash, slag and ash from thermal processes, wastes from flue-gas treatment, sludges from industrial processes;
32. decommissioning phase: period from the end of the deposition phase of the landfill or a landfill section until the final closure of the landfill or a landfill section according to § 40 paragraph 3 of the circulatory economic law;
33. assignment criteria: map values, including the footnotes to annex 3 number 2 table 2 application of the input text of annex 3 number 2. part 2 construction, operation, closure and after-care of landfill sites section 3 establishment (1) landfill or landfill sections of class 0, I, are II or III to build, so that the requirements under paragraph 3 and referred to in annex 1 to the site , the geological barrier and the base waterproofing system will be respected.
(2) landfills of class IV are only in the salt rock and so to build that the number 1 location and geological barrier, as well as in annex 2 number 2 to the location-based safety assessment compliance pursuant to paragraph 3 and annex 2.
(3) the landfill operator has to set up at least a range of input on the dump except a deposit area. He has the landfill to secure to prevent unauthorized access to the system. The competent authority may permit 0 and Mono landfills exceptions to the requirements pursuant to sentences 1 and 2 for landfills of class, if impairment of the well-being of the general public not to get is.
(4) the competent authority at landfills of class decided 0 on the basis of an assessment of the risks for the environment, that the collection and treatment of leachate is not necessary or it was found that the landfill will pose no danger to soil, groundwater or surface water, so the requirements can be lowered accordingly pursuant to paragraph 1.

§ 4 Organization and personnel of the landfill operator has to make the Organization of a landfill so that at all times sufficient staff that has required specialists and expertise that exists for the functions to be performed, allowing for their respective activities 2. the persons responsible for the management at least once every two years by the competent authority or body recognised 1 courses participate in annex 5 number 9 , has 3 staff through appropriate training on the current state of knowledge required for the activity, 4. the required supervision and control of waste management activities carried out is ensured and accidents avoided 5 and possible consequences are limited.

§ 5 commissioning of the landfill operators may take the landfill or landfill section in operation if the competent authority has removed the equipment necessary for the operation. Sentence 1 applies accordingly to significant changes of the landfill or a section of the landfill.

Conditions for the deposit (1) § 6 waste may landfill or landfill sections are only deposited, if that stabilized the paragraphs 3 to 5, at full waste acceptance criteria according to (waste key 19 03 05 of annex to the regulation of list of waste) in addition the already compliance referred to in paragraph 2, at the delivery. The acceptance criteria are in the single waste, without stopping mixing with other substances or waste. Insofar as it is necessary for the compliance with the acceptance criteria are to treat waste before deposit. The treatment is sufficient, if the outcome is irreversible and the acceptance criteria are permanently maintained by the treatment. Sentence 2 applies to premixed waste (waste key 19 02 03, 19 02 04 of annexed to the regulation of list of waste) as well as partially stabilized and hardened waste (waste key 19 03 04, 19 03 06, 19 03 07 of annexed to the regulation of list of waste) for the respective waste before treatment.
(2) for completely stabilized waste (waste key 19 03 05 of annex to the regulation of list of waste) applies, that to stabilize 1 the determination of all allocation values pursuant to annex 3 number 2 from an eluate at both constant pH 4 and 11 to annex 4 is number 3.2.1.2, 2. the waste samples after curing for a curing time of no longer than 28 days for the elution on the grain size less than or equal to 10 mm are crushed and 3rd in the assessment of the measurement results (solids and Eluatwerte) the mass of the substances is considered, unless they comply with the respective waste acceptance criteria before stabilizing.
(3) hazardous waste may be deposited only 1 on landfill or landfill sections that meet all requirements for the landfill class III and if the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3, paragraph 2 for the landfill class III, or 2. in landfills that meet all requirements for the landfill class IV.
By way of derogation from sentence 1 hazardous waste, can the the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3 1 for the landfill class II have a number 2, adhere to a landfill or a landfill section of the class II or 2nd for the landfill class I, are deposited on a landfill or a landfill section of class I. Sentences 1 and 2 apply to asbestos-containing waste and wastes containing other dangerous mineral fibres, with the proviso that 1 no evidence, that the waste number 2 for the relevant class of landfill do not comply with the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3 and 2. the deposition in a separate part of a landfill section or in a separate section of the landfill.
(4) non-hazardous waste may only be deposited in landfills or meet at least all of the requirements for the landfill class I landfill sections, the 1 and if the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3 number 2 for the class of the landfill I complied, or at least all the landfill class II meet for 2nd and if the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3, paragraph 2 for the landfill class II , or at least all for class III landfill requirements 3 and if respected the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3 number 2 for the landfill class III, or 4. meet all requirements for the landfill class IV.
Sentence 1 applies to mechanically biologically treated waste with the proviso that 1 the deposition II takes place only on dumps or landfill sections of class 2 to the landfill or the landfill section no hazardous waste or gypsum-containing wastes are deposited and 3rd in the mechanical biological treatment calorific waste for recovery or thermal treatment, as well as other valuable or pollutant-containing fractions were largely separated.
Completely stabilized waste (waste key 19 03 05 of annex to the regulation of list of waste) is set to 1 for a deposit on a landfill or a landfill section of the landfill class I or II provided that organic pollutants by the original waste stabilized showed hazardous properties or characteristics according to § 3 paragraph 2 of the regulation of list of waste, have been destroyed by the stabilization.
(5) inert waste may be deposited only on 1 landfill or landfill sections that meet at least all of the requirements for the landfill class 0 and if the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3, paragraph 2 for the landfill class 0, or 2. in landfills that meet all requirements for the landfill class IV.
(6) with approval the competent authority must also exceeding individual mapping values, in particular of the TOC and the loss of glow, 1.
Notwithstanding paragraph 3 sentence 1 No. 1 in conjunction with paragraph 1 sentence 1 hazardous waste from incidents such as fires and natural disasters on a separate part of a landfill section of class III, in order to classify as hazardous waste solely due to contained dangerous mineral fibres, but on a separate part of a landfill section of the class II, 2. by way of derogation from paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 2 in conjunction with paragraph 1 sentence 1 not hazardous waste from incidents such as fires and natural disasters on a separate section of a landfill section of class II and 3. Notwithstanding paragraph 4 sentence 1 number 3 in connection with paragraph 1 sentence 1 non-hazardous waste claims such as fires and natural disasters on a separate section of a class III landfill section be deposited as far as previously done an as much as possible sorting of organic components and the common of good is not affected by the deposit. Sentence 1 shall also apply 1 for waste containing asbestos or other hazardous mineral fibres or mixed with them are incurred if the proof is provided that a separation of the fibres is not possible or economically not reasonable or no other disposal methods available, and 2. for waste from the dismantling of a landfill or a legacy according to article 2, paragraph 5, the Federal soil protection act of 17 March 1998 (BGBl. I p. 502) , last by article 3 of the law of 9 December 2004 (BGBl. I S. 3214) is changed, originate, if largely separate from the calorific waste before deposit.

§ 7 unapproved waste (1) the following wastes must not appear on a landfill of the class 0, I, II or III are deposited: 1 liquid waste 2 waste, after the Ordinance on hazardous substances by November 26, 2010 (BGBl. I p. 1643) in amended explosive, corrosive, brand promoting, highly flammable or flammable be classified as, 3. infectious waste (waste key 18 01 03 and 18 02 02 of annexed to the regulation of list of waste) , Body parts and organs (waste key 18 01 02 of the system to the regulation of list of waste), 4th not identified or new chemical wastes from research, development and training activities, their impact on people and the environment are not known, 5 whole or cut tyres, 6 waste, the significant odour nuisance for the on the landfill employees and lead for the neighborhood, and 7 waste referred to in annex V, part 2 of Regulation (EC) No 850 / 2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on persistent organic pollutants and amending Directive 79/117/EEC (OJ L 158 of 30.04.2004, p. 7, L 229 of the June, p. 5) in the currently valid version, where the concentration limits of substances listed in annex IV to that regulation are exceeded, as well as to get is other waste, which on the basis of the origin or condition by the deposition because of their content of long-lived or bio-accumulative toxic substances affecting the welfare of the general public.
(2) the following waste may not be deposited in a landfill of class IV: 1 that no. 1, 3 to 6 mentioned waste, 2. biodegradable waste, 3 waste with a calorific value (Ho) of more than 6 000 kilojoules per kilogram dry matter (DM), be it in paragraph 1 unless the competent authority has a higher calorific value agreed to, because a) by elemental carbon , inorganic materials or process-related causes in reaction and distillation residues, which have a total content of dissolved solids of more than 10 000 milligrams per liter 4 number 3.2.1.1 in an eluate annex, and each demonstrated, that no other treatment is technically feasible or economically reasonable, b) is heavy metals ion exchange resins from drinking water treatment or waste containing mercury or c) the deposition in a landfill of class IV is the environmentally solution , 4. waste, under deposit conditions by reactions with each other or with the rock to a) volume enlargements, b) a formation of selbstentzündlicher, toxic or explosive substances or gases or c) other dangerous reactions in depositional environment of a lead, as far as the reliability and integrity of the barriers in question provided, 5 waste,) are explosive, highly flammable or flammable, b) release pungent odor or c) no sufficient stability compared to the GEO-mechanical conditions.

§ 8 acceptance procedure (1) the producers of waste collection disposal of the collector, has to submit the basic characterization of the waste with at least the following information in a timely manner the landfill operators before the first delivery: 1 origin of waste (waste producer or collection area), 2 waste description (internal designation of waste, waste key and waste designation according to the annex to the regulation of list of waste), 3 kind of pre-treatment, as far as 4th appearance, consistency, smell and colour, 5. mass of waste as total carried, or quantity per time unit , 6 Probenahmeprotokoll pursuant to annex 4 paragraph 2, 7 Protocol on the specimen in annex 4 number 3.1.1, 8 associated analysis reports on compliance with the allocation criteria according to annex 3 number 2 for the relevant landfill, pre-mixed and in partially stabilized and hardened waste in accordance with § 6 paragraph 1 sentence 5, for completely stabilized waste in accordance with § 6 paragraph 2 , 9 in the case of hazardous waste in addition information on the overall content of deposit-related substances in the solid, as far as this for an assessment of the storage capability is required, 10 for hazardous waste in case of mirror entries in addition the relevant hazardous properties, 11 case No. are waste referred to in annex V, part 2 of Regulation (EC) 850 / 2004 in the currently valid version, which exceed the concentration limits of substances listed in annex IV to that regulation and to a landfill of class IV should be deposited , a certificate approved by the competent authority according to article 7 paragraph 4 point (b) of Regulation (EC) No 850 / 2004, 12 proposal for the key parameters and the frequency of analysis.
As far as article 50 or article 51 of the law of circulation management in connection with part 2 of the disposal certificate regulation or collective disposal certificate are to lead, you can be replaced 1 number 1 to 5 information referring to pursuant to sentence responsible declaration according to the regulation. As far as in the case of set 2 Declaration analyses are to be submitted, you are separately submit reports pursuant to sentence 1 number 8 only for the allocation criteria set out in addition required. Basic characterizations present to July 16, 2009 and set key parameters to the end of any time limit shall continue to apply. The landfill operator has to set the key parameters for the check-ups before the first adoption of a waste. Changes in the waste-producing process lead to relevant changes of the leaching behaviour or the composition of the waste, the producers, collecting disposal of the collector, has once again the information required pursuant to sentence 1 to present the landfill operators. The landfill operator has once again the key parameters for the controls in this case to set. The sampling, as well as the waste investigations for the information pursuant to sentences 1, 3 and 6 are carried out in accordance with annex 4.
(2) waste investigations are not required for asbestos-containing waste for basic characterisation pursuant to paragraph 1, waste containing other dangerous mineral fibres, as well as waste, which all the necessary information to the leaching behaviour and the composition are known and demonstrated to the competent authority. Low volume 1 can be omitted also at other waste, as far as nature and origin are known, with the consent of the competent authority on the waste investigations pursuant to sentence. Sentence 1 shall apply when asbestos-containing waste and waste containing other dangerous mineral fibres only, if there are no evidence, that these wastes containing other harmful impurities.
(3) the producers of waste collection disposal of the collector, the waste that should be deposited expenditure per started 1 000 megagram, has to be sampled at least but a year, and number 2 for the relevant landfill to check the key parameters in compliance with the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3. Waste not regularly incurred, an investigation is not required pursuant to sentence 1, if sampled the entire landfills of waste within the framework of the basic characterisation pursuant to annex 4 and has been investigated. Specific bulk waste or waste that require the consent of the competent authority according to § 6 paragraph 6, the frequency of sampling with the consent of the competent authority can be reduced to once every three months. Annex 4 number 1 and 2 shall apply to sampling. The sample preparation is performed number 3.1.1 according to annex 4. The verification of compliance with the allocation criteria is making number 2, pre-mixed and partially stabilized and hardened waste in compliance with the requirements of article 6 paragraph 1 sentence 5, completely stabilized waste in compliance with the requirements of § 6 paragraph 2 to annex 3 and log. On delivery of the waste the logs to record 6 or an explanation of the accredited examination body are the landfill operators pursuant to annex 4 number 1 to submit that Leach and composition of waste compared to the basic characterization not have changed.
(4) the landfill operator must immediately perform an acceptance inspection, each waste delivery that includes at least: 1. examination, whether for the waste is the basic characterization above 2. determination of mass control of the waste key and the waste designation in accordance with annex to the regulation of list of waste, 3. control of documents pursuant to paragraph 3 sentence 6 to comply with the specifications of the basic characterisation, 4. Visual inspection before and after unloading , 5 control on appearance, consistency, colour and odour.
As far as registers are run according to paragraph 49 of the law of circulation management in conjunction with part 3 of the regulation, you can be replaced 1 number 2 to controlling requirements pursuant to sentence by the entries in the register according to the regulation.
(5) the landfill operator has set 1 for the first time referred to in paragraph 1 to drop, or again referred to in paragraph 1, set of 6 has been characterized with a delivery volume of more than 1 carry out a check on compliance with the allocation criteria 50 megagram in hazardous waste or 2 500 mega grams for non-hazardous waste and inert waste from the first 50 or 500 grams of mega. In justified cases, a follow-up on the key parameters is sufficient. The competent authority may set a higher number of check-ups in some cases. The landfill operator has a check on compliance with the allocation criteria carry out, if the acceptance control pursuant to paragraph 4 evidence arise, that the nature of the waste for the proposed deposit requirements are not met, or if there are inconsistencies between documents and waste supplied to. In addition the landfill operators for non-hazardous waste by more than 500 megagram has a checkup of key parameters per commenced 5 000 mega grams of the same each fundamentally characterized and subsequently delivered waste random, but at least annually conduct an inspection inquiry. Hazardous waste by more than 50 megagram he has a checkup of key parameters per started 2 500 mega grams of the same each fundamentally characterized and subsequently delivered waste random, but at least annually conduct an inspection inquiry. In specific mass and waste according to § 6 paragraph 6 the number of check-ups can be reduced by way of derogation annually of sentences 5 and 6 with the consent of the competent authority to an investigation. The check-ups are making number 3, pre-mixed and partially stabilized and hardened waste in accordance with § 6 paragraph 1 sentence 5, completely stabilized waste in accordance with § 6 paragraph 2 in accordance with annex 4, and to evaluate 4 4 number referred to in annex. Asbestos-containing waste and waste containing other dangerous mineral fibres, can be omitted on an inspection inquiry. In this case, an explanation to give, that the delivered waste is fundamentally characterized waste and is not expected to exceed the allocation criteria of the relevant landfill class is by the waste producers.
(6) is a landfill at the site of a company directly and exclusively fed with waste of that undertaking, the competent authority at the request of the landfill operator may allow derogations from paragraphs 4 and 5.
(7) a control study is performed in accordance with paragraph 5, the landfill operators waste delivery of the delivered waste has to take a sample and to keep at least a month.
(8) by way of derogation from paragraphs 1, 3 and 5 are inert waste listed in the following table testing for basic characterisation as well as check-ups not required if 1 the waste by only one attack point, no evidence 2 that exceeds the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3 for the landfill class 0, no there are 3, that the waste pollution , no allocation criteria set for the in annex 3 are is so contaminated that affected the well-being of the general public in a deposit, and the waste contains not more than 5% of the volume on foreign mineral or inert matter 4.
Waste disposal key according to the annex to the list of wastes regulation description restrictions 10 11 03 glass fibre waste without the organic binder 15 01 07 packaging from glass 17 01 01 concrete only selected waste from construction and demolition activities 17 01 02 brick only selected waste from construction and demolition activities 17 01 03 tiles, tiles and ceramics only selected waste from construction and demolition activities 17 01 07 mixtures from concrete , Bricks, tiles and ceramics only selected waste from construction and demolition activities 17 02 02 glass 17 05 04 ground and stones except topsoil and peat and soil and stones from areas with harmful soil changes within the meaning of article 2, paragraph 3, of the Federal Soil Protection Act 19 12 05 glass 20 01 02 glass only separately collected glass 20 02 02 soil and stones only waste from gardens and parks; excluding topsoil and peat (9) the landfill operator has an acknowledgement of receipt indicating the observed mass and six waste key in accordance with the annex to the list of waste regulation to issue for each waste delivery. Is the delivery of waste by means of document or acquisition license confirmed according to the regulation, so these documents replace the acknowledgement of receipt pursuant to sentence 1. At landfills of class 0 and at Mono landfills the competent authority can meet different regulations at the request of the operator of.
(10) the landfill operator has the competent authority without delay of delivery to inform non-approved waste deposits on the landfill.

§ 9 handling of waste of the operator of a landfill of class 0, I, II or III has to ensure that the stability of the landfill body impairment is not to get through the deposited waste. In addition he has to handle the waste to be stored off number 4 in annex 5. The operator of a landfill of class IV has to handle waste according to annex 5 paragraph 5.

§ 10 (1) decommissioning in the decommissioning phase has the operator of a landfill of class 1 0, I, II or III immediately all necessary measures for the establishment of the surface sealing system referred to in annex 1, point 2, 2. a landfill of class IV immediately all the necessary measures pursuant to annex 2 paragraph 3 perform, to prevent impairment of the well-being of the general public.
(2) the landfill operator has to apply for the permanent cessation of the landfill or a landfill section to article 40, paragraph 3, of the circulatory economic law to the competent authority. At least evaluative summaries of the annual reports pursuant to section 13, paragraph 5, as well as the as-built plans are the application according to § 13 paragraph 6 to be attached.

Section 11 has aftercare (1) the operator of a landfill in the after-care phase all measures, in particular the control and monitoring measures, according to § 12, that are required to prevent impairment of the well-being of the general public.
(2) the competent authority taking into account 1 the criteria comes after annex 5 number 10 concludes that from the behavior of a landfill of class 0, I, II or III, or 2. the documentation about the State of the custody of the day access pursuant to annex 2 paragraph 4 concludes that from the behavior of a landfill of the class IV are to be expected in the future no impairment of the well-being of the general public , she can pick up the control and monitoring measures according to § 12 at the request of the landfill operator and according to § 40 paragraph 5 of the circulatory economic law to determine the completion of the follow-up phase.

Article 12 measures to control, reduce and avoid emissions, pollution, nuisances and hazards
(1) to determine, whether from a landfill is the concern of a harmful contamination of groundwater or other adverse change in its properties, the competent authority prior to the deposition phase, considering the trigger thresholds corresponding to respective hydrological conditions at the location of the landfill and groundwater quality and appropriate groundwater measuring stations for controlling these thresholds in annex sets 5 number 3.1 paragraph 1. At the request of the landfill operator authority at landfills of class may allow exceptions to the requirements pursuant to sentence 1 concerning the definition of trigger levels 0.
(2) the operator of a landfill of class 0, I, II or III has to create number 3.1 prior to start of the deposition phase groundwater measuring stations referred to in paragraph 1 and other measuring devices in annex 5. He has the groundwater measuring stations as well as other measuring devices to get to the end of the follow-up phase. The operator of a landfill of class IV has to create before the deposition phase groundwater measuring stations referred to in paragraph 1. He has to get to the end of the follow-up phase the groundwater measuring stations.
(3) the landfill operator has until the end of the follow-up phase in annex 5 section 3.2 measurements and controls. In addition the operator of a landfill of the class has 0, I, II or III to the end of the follow-up phase 1 leachate according to annex 5 paragraph 6 to handle, 2. landfill gas according to annex 5 paragraph 7 to handle and 3 other harassment emanating from the landfill and threats to annex 5 paragraph 8 to minimize.
At the request of the landfill operator, the competent authority at landfills of class can 0 and Mono dumps allow exceptions to the requirements pursuant to sentences 1 and 2.
(4) the landfill operator has the action performed when exceeding the trigger levels, to describe in action plans and to submit to the competent authority for approval. Be exceeded the trigger levels, the landfill operator 1 has to inform the competent authority without delay and proceed 2. According to the action plans.
(5) the competent authority may order that the landfill operator by one of the bodies, which are determined by you, any emissions into air, water or soil, emanating from the landfill can be determined, when to get is that the common of good is affected by the landfill. The countries can details of measurements and controls and the information pursuant to paragraph 4, sentence 2 rules number 1.
(6) in all events with significant impairment of the well-being of the general public, the landfill operator has the necessary measures to limit the adverse effects of the welfare of the general public, as well as to avoid further possible events of this kind to take immediately. The competent authority obliges the landfill operators to take all other appropriate measures are needed to limit the environmental impacts and to avoid further possible events within the meaning of sentence 1.

§ 13 information and documentation (1) the landfill operator has to create the following documents before the deposition phase: 1 operating procedure according to annex 5 point 1.1 and 2 an operating manual referred to in annex 5 paragraph 1.2.
He has to continue the documentation if required and to submit at the request of the competent authority.
(2) the operator of a landfill of class I, II, III, or IV has to create a waste register according to annex 5 point 1.3 and documenting the information there required. The competent authority may exempt the landfill operators of the requirements pursuant to sentence 1 for Mono landfills if only one type of waste is deposited on the landfill or a section of the landfill.
(3) the landfill operator has to keep an operation journal number 1.4 in annex 5 and to be kept up to the end of the follow-up phase. At the request of the competent authority, he has to submit the operation journal.
(4) the operator of a landfill has the competent authority without delay all observed adverse effects of the landfill on the environment, 2. errors that lead to a significant deviation from the proper operation of the landfill, and 3 findings, that the requirements of the landfill approval is not complied shall inform about 1.
(5) the operator of a landfill shall annex the competent authority until March 31 of the following year an annual report to submit 5 number 2. The countries can details of the requirements, which are to provide the annual reports, and via the template. At the request of the landfill operator, the competent authority may extend the deadline for submission of the annual report or individual parts.
(6) the landfill operator has to create a plan no later than six months after filling a section of the landfill. In the stock plan, the whole landfill section including the technical barriers is to record and document. It's a waste register referred to in paragraph 2 is to create, in the stock plan to include.
(7) without prejudice to the information and documentation duties after the paragraphs 1 to 6 the landfill operator on request of the competent authorities transmitted information required for the review of the approval of the landfill, in particular the results of the measurements and controls, and other data that gives the authority comparison of the operation of the landfill with the State of the art in the sense of § 3 paragraph 28 of the circulatory economic law as well as in article 36 paragraph 1 number 1 to 3 and 5 of the law of circulation management requirements allow.
Part 3 recovery of landfill materials replacement article 14 principles may 0 (1) landfill construction material replacement for applications within the meaning of § 15 in landfills of class, I, II, or III be used only insofar as this is not affected the well-being of the general public. In particular landfill construction material replacement may be used only in an amount, which is required for the implementation of the landfill operation and the necessary construction work. As landfill construction material replacement or as a raw material for the production of landfill construction material replacement only mineral wastes are admitted, except for the recultivation layer of the surface sealing system.
(2) for the production of landfill construction material replacement, as well as directly as landfill materials replacement may not be used: 1 waste after article 7, paragraph 1, as well as waste, asbestos or other hazardous mineral fibers containing 2. waste, the in Appendix 1 of the offset regulation of 24 July 2002 (BGBl. I S. 2833), most recently by article 11 of the law of July 15, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 1619) has been modified , listed metals reach, if the extraction of metals from the waste is technically possible and economically reasonable and in compliance with the requirements for the admissibility of such a possible recovery, and 3. waste, where as a result of the nature, quality or durability guaranteed is that they are functional or being suitable, such as in particular gypsum-containing waste, to use no suitability according to annex has been demonstrated 1 point 2.1.2 sentence 1.
(3) the allocation criteria and allocation values pursuant to annex 3 are number 2 in conjunction with number 1 in the single waste without stopping mixing with other substances or waste. Sentence 1 shall apply pre-mixed and partially stabilized and hardened waste (waste key 19 02 03, 19 02 04, 19 03 04 19 03 06 19 03 07 according to the annex to the regulation of list of waste) for the respective drop before mixing. Sentence 1 applies to completely stabilized waste (waste key 19 03 05 of annex to the regulation of list of waste) with the proviso that the allocation criteria be determined pursuant to article 6, paragraph 2 and already adhered to during delivery. Section 6, paragraph 4, sentence 3 shall apply accordingly.

§ 15 applications and mapping the use of landfill construction material replacement is allowed only if the requirements of annex 3 are met. Is in the use of landfill construction material replacement for profiling in addition to note that 1 the landfill or the landfill section is in the decommissioning phase and the deposition phase on the basis of the requirements of the waste deposit regulation of 20 February 2001 (BGBl. I p. 305), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) is has been modified or the landfill Ordinance of 24 July 2002 (BGBl. I p. 2807) , last by article 2 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) is changed, is been finished, without having the landfill or landfill portion is completely filled, and landfill technically necessary and not change the approved form of landfill or transfer already deposited waste - as far as technically possible and economically reasonable - accessed through the profiling is 2.

§ 16 placing on the market of waste waste may be brought to the production of landfill construction material replacement only, if they comply with the requirements under § 14 paragraph 2 and 3. Landfill construction material replacement and waste immediately to be used as landfill construction material replacement may be placed on the market only to supply them landfill, where the requirements are met according to §§ 14 and 15.

§ Apply section 8 according to 17 adoption procedures and documentation (1) for the adoption of landfill construction material replacement.
(2) the landfill operator registers the origin of the landfill construction material replacement in the register under section 24 of the regulation. Article 13, paragraph 2 shall apply accordingly for the documentation of the landfill construction material replacement in the waste land.
(3) the operator of equipment for the production of landfill construction material replacement has the waste origin and details of the disposal route in the register under section 24 of the regulation to take over.
Part 4 miscellaneous provisions § 18 to afford security deposit (1) which has landfill operators, which is arranged with the planning decision or plan approval for the deposit, decommissioning or follow-up phase to prevent or remedy obstacles that may affect the welfare of the public security for the fulfilment of content rules, terms and conditions prior to the deposition phase of the competent authority. Sentence 1 shall apply to comply with the terms and conditions of a modification permit according to.
(2) the competent authority shall determine nature and extent of security. In addition to the in section 232, paragraph 1, of the civil code provided for types of security the competent authority may allow, that security is achieved by 1 the position of an appropriate guarantor, in particular a group guarantee, 2. a guarantee or a promise of payment of a credit institution or 3 one equivalent security.
Sponsor pursuant to sentence 2 number 1 and credit institutions pursuant to sentence 2 number 2 have to commit themselves irrevocably to the competent authority, to pay the stated amount on the first request. The landfill operator, the competent authority may require to prove the suitability of a guarantor. In determining the amount of security, a scheduled follow-up operation and reason to put in landfills of class is 0 by a follow-up period of at least ten years, at the landfills of class I to IV of at least 30 years to go out.
(3) the financial security is regularly by the competent authority with the aim of maintaining the real value of the security check. It is set again if the relationship between security and desired security purpose has changed significantly. The relationship between security and desired purpose of securing significantly changed, the landfill operator to the competent authority may apply for a review of security. Educated reserves shall be counted to when the amount of the required security as far as the laid back amounts to a separate account of the company are paid and the claim for payment of the balance of the competent authority for the security will be assigned or pledged. The check that security is increasing, the competent authority can set a period of no longer than six months to the landfill operators for the provision of increased security. The check that the security is to reduce the security no longer needed immediately to the competent authority has to release. The security is total to release, if the competent authority has determined the end of the follow-up phase.
(4) by way of derogation the competent authority should refrain from paragraph 1 of a security, if a public corporation, an equity operation or a municipal company of a public corporation, an association or an institution of under public law operates the landfill and it is ensured that via purchase obligations of Federal Government, countries or local authorities the aspired security purpose is guaranteed at all times.

§ 19 request, display (1) for construction and operation of a landfill site under article 35, paragraph 2 and 3 of the circulatory economic law as well as for allowing premature start after section 37 of the circulatory economic law has the carrier of the project to submit a written request to the competent authority, which must at least contain: 1. the name and residence or seat of the carrier of the project, of the operator and of the design author , 2. the indication of whether a plan approval or a plan approval or whether authorization of early beginning is sought, 3. location and designation of landfill 4. justification of the need for the measure, 5. capacity of the landfill, 6 list of the waste indicating the waste code and waste designations according to the annex to the regulation of list of waste and a description by type and nature, 7 information on the legal planning expulsions of the site , the site conditions, hydrology, hydrogeology, geological conditions, the ingenieurgeologischen and geotechnical conditions, 8.
Measures of construction and deposit including the measures on the prevention and control of pollution and the control and monitoring measures, 9.
Decommissioning and follow-up phase, 10 measures of safety performance, 11 with a use of landfill construction material replacement a list of waste to be used with indication of the waste code and waste labels after installation on the list of wastes regulation including details of the total amount to be inserted and texture as well as description of the areas of application and justification of the necessity of using.
Application for the approval of the early start must in addition contain: 1 the presentation of public interest or the legitimate interest of the project support at the early beginning and 2. the obligation of the carrier of the project, all but the granting of approval by the construction, trial operation and the operation of the plant to replace damage and, if the project is not approved , restore the previous state.
Sentence 1 shall apply accordingly for the significant modification of a landfill site or its operation, limited information relevant to the change to the. The submission can be done by electronic means or in electronic form with the approval of the competent authority. According to § 6 of the law on environmental impact assessment on the documents to be submitted, the requirements remain unaffected.
(2) for the display need change of a landfill site or their operation according to § 35 paragraph 4 and 5 of the circulatory economic law, the carrier of the project has at least one month before the intended change to submit a written notification to the competent authority. Paragraph shall apply accordingly, 1 set 1, 4 and 5 limited on information relevant to the change.
(3) the closure of a landfill site or a section of the landfill has according to article 40, paragraph 1, of the law of circulation management of the landfill operators before the planned end of the deposit period to the competent authority in writing to show at least a year. Paragraph shall apply accordingly, 1 set 1, 4 and 5 limited to information relevant to the decommissioning.

Article 20 cross-border authorities and public participation can a project plan approval subject to § 35 paragraph 2 of the law of circulation management have significant impact in another State, to describe in the application documents, or asks another State which is substantially affected, possibly from the impact, the competent authority has to inform the authorities designated by the other State at the same time and to the same extent about the project as the authorities to participating pursuant to article 73 paragraph 2 of the Administrative Procedure Act. For the procedure of cross-border authorities and public participation is Article 11a of the Ordinance on the approval procedure apply mutatis mutandis.

Article 21 regulatory decisions (1) In the planning decision or in the plan approval according to article 35, paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 of the law of circulation management has at least set the competent authority for a landfill: 1. the indication of the name and residence or seat of the carrier of the project and of the landfill operator, 2. indicating that a zoning or a plan approval is granted, and the indication of the legal basis , 3. landfill class, 4. the designation of the landfill, 5. the location information, 6 the waste types by specifying the waste code and waste designations according to the annex to the regulation of list of waste, 7 allocation criteria, 8 the permitted landfill volume and at above-ground dumps the permissible size of the deposition area and the surface design and final heights, 9 the requirements prior to commissioning of the landfill, 10 the requirements for the operation of the landfill while the deposition phase , the measuring and monitoring procedures, including action plans, 11 the requirements for decommissioning and follow-up phase, 12 the obligation of the carrier of the project, to submit annual reports to the competent authority, 13 the type and amount of security or equivalent assurance means of, where appropriate, 14 the trigger levels, 15 at a usage of landfill construction material replacement according to type, amount and nature and construction type and size , where landfill construction material replacement must be used, as well as 16 the justification should emerge the main factual and legal reasons which have induced the competent authority for its decision, and the treatment of the objections.
(2) in the decision on the admission of the premature start according to section 37 of the circulatory economic law, the competent authority shall at least specify: 1. the indication of the name and residence or seat of the carrier of the project, 2. indicating that the early start is allowed, and the indication of the legal basis, 3. the incidental provisions of the approval of the early start including the denomination of the landfill and the location information and a security deposit in accordance with section 37, paragraph 2, of the circulatory economic law.
(3) paragraph 1 applies to a plan approval or plan approval to amend a landfill according to, limited to information relevant to the change.
(4) the competent authority may allow for the preparation of the decision on the admission of the early start, the zoning decision or plan approval check parts of or the entire application documents by an expert, whom she appointed after consultation with the carrier of the project.

§ 21a public notice (1) which is the decision on the application for a landfill site plan approval to publicly known on the Internet; the documents submitted with the application are excluded. If the zoning decision contains references to business or trade secrets, the corresponding points are obscure.
(2) accordingly paragraph 1 apply to arrangements for closing a zoning-needy landfill after § 40 paragraph 2 and 3 of the law of circulation management.

Article 22 review regulatory decisions the competent authority has to check the regulatory decisions under section 21 must be to comply with the State of the art in the sense of § 3 paragraph 28 of the circulatory economic law as well as in article 36, paragraph 1, number 1 to 3 and 5 of the law of circulation management arranged these requirements further conditions, requirements or time limitations or existing changed all four years later. The competent authority will make tests according to set of 1 as well as orders or changes of regulatory decisions, insofar as the damage caused by the landfill of the well-being of the general public, the operational safety or new environmental regulations require this.

§ 22a monitoring plans, monitoring programs (1) monitoring plans within the meaning of article 47 paragraph 7 sentence 1 of the circulatory economic law have to contain the following: 1. the territorial scope of the plan, 2. a general assessment of the major environmental problems in the area covered by the plan, 3. a directory of dumps falling within the scope of the plan, 4. procedures for the establishment of programmes for regular monitoring, 5. procedures for monitoring from special occasion as well as 6th if necessary , Provisions for cooperation between different authorities.
Monitoring plans are be checked regularly by the competent authorities and if necessary to update.
(2) on the basis of the monitoring plans, create or update the competent authorities monitoring programs, in which also the periods are specified, where preliminary site visits must take place regularly. Landfill site must be visited in the amount of time, according to a systematic appraisal of the environmental risks linked to the landfill in particular against the following criteria: 1. potential and actual effects of the landfill on human health and the environment taking into account the emission levels and types, the sensitivity of the local environment and the accident risk posed by the landfill;
2. previous compliance with the approval requirements;
3. registration of a company in a directory in accordance with article 5 of Regulation (EC) No 1221/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2009 on the voluntary participation by organisations in a Community eco-management and environmental audit and repealing Regulation (EC) no 761 / 2001, as well as the decisions of the Commission 2001/681/EC and 2006/193/EC (OJ OJ L 342 of December 22, 2009, p. 1).
(3) the distance between two preliminary site visits must not exceed the following periods: 1 year in landfills of class III and IV, 2. two years at landfills found class II and class I was 3rd at for three years landfill sites on a stakeout that the landfill operators in serious manner against the approval violates, has an additional preliminary site survey carried out the competent authority within six months after the finding of the violation.
(4) the competent authorities, without prejudice to paragraph 2 in complaints of serious impacts on the environment, for events with significant impairment of the well-being of the general public and for breaches of rules of the law of circulation management, this regulation or a regulation adopted on the basis of circulatory economic law to do monitoring.
(5) after each preview site zoning needy landfill, for that is an obligation to prepare a monitoring plan and monitoring programme, the competent authority reports with the relevant findings on the compliance with the admission requirements and with conclusions, whether further measures are necessary. The report is to convey the landfill operator within two months after the first on-site inspection by the competent authority. The report is to make accessible to the public four months after the preliminary site inspection according to the regulations of the Federal and State Governments on access to environmental information.
Part 5 long-term storage section 23 construction and operation (1) for the construction and operation of long term storage are the following rules according to: 1. for the classes 0, I, II, or III of article 3 paragraph 1, 3 and 4, §§ 4 to 6, article 7, paragraph 1 and sections 8, 9, 12, 13 and 18, 2nd for the class IV section 3 paragraph 2 and 3 , sections 4 to 6, article 7 paragraph 2 and §§ 8, 9, 12, 13 and 18 § 8 paragraph 4 shall apply subject to the proviso that only waste may be accepted for a written proof exists that the following proper and harmless recycling or disposal of public-friendly is secured. Article 18, paragraph 2 shall apply with the proviso that no follow-up period is taken into account for the calculation of the amount of the security, but the cost for the environmentally friendly disposal of the maximum quantities and the cost of the rehabilitation of the site of the installation are calculated.
(2) by way of derogation referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 number from the ban on the long term storage of liquid waste 1 in conjunction with § 7 paragraph 1 number 1 for long-term storage of class III and referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 number 2 in connection with article 7 paragraph 2 No. 1 for long term storage of class IV metallic mercury wastes in a long-term storage of class III or IV may be stored , if 1 the long-term storage is approved according to article 4, paragraph 1, of the Federal Immission Control Act or § 35 paragraph 2 of the circulatory economic law for 2. the operators of the long term camp meets the requirements of annex 6 number 1 and 4 and paragraph 5 and 3 the (be filler responsible for the filling of containers with metallic mercury waste) meets the requirements of annex 6 number 2 and 3 and paragraphs 3 and 4.
Beyond the requirements of sentence 1, the requirements of the major accidents Ordinance to comply with are for long term storage of class III. Paragraph 1 sentence 2 and § 8 paragraph 1, paragraph 3, paragraph not apply 4 sentence 1 Nos. 1 and 3 to 5 and 5 are sales at the temporary storage of metallic mercury waste in long-term storage of class III and IV. By way of derogation from article 2 number 23 and paragraph 1 sentence 1 No. 1 in conjunction with article 6, paragraph 3, sentence 1 number 1 is not required for the temporary storage of metallic mercury waste in long-term camps of class III compliance with the allocation criteria of set out in annex 3 paragraph 2.
(3) the loading filler has to check the compliance with the requirements referred to in annex 6 number 2 2(a) and (b) random checks by an inspection inquiry per commenced 10 megagram of metallic mercury waste by an expert in agreement with the competent authority and confirm in writing; Article 24, paragraph 2 and 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis. The be filler has the operator of long-term camp who takes the metallic mercury wastes examined pursuant to sentence 1, immediately lead to the confirmation of the experts. A second copy has to keep the five years since the creation be filler.
(4) the loading filler has to create a certificate marked with the identification number of the container, which must contain the following information for each container with metallic mercury waste: 1 name and address of the waste producer, 2. name and address of the person responsible for filling, 3rd place and date of filling, 4. mercury waste and be filling degree, 5. analysis report on the degree of purity of mercury waste in annex 6 paragraph 2 letter a and description of impurities , 6. confirmation that the container contains no results on impurities in the form of an aqueous or oily phase after filling, 7 confirmation that the tank has been used exclusively for the transport or storage of metallic mercury waste, 8 confirmation of compliance with the requirements of annex 6 number 3 letter a and c, and 9 so far in the case required further for disposal of relevant comments.
Upon delivery of the metallic mercury waste the certificate is the operator of long-term camp to submit with the container. A second copy has to keep the five years since the creation be filler.
(5) the operator of the long term camp has after storage for three years to keep the following documents: 1 confirmation of experts pursuant to paragraph 3 sentence 1, 2. the certificate referred to in paragraph 4 set 1, 3rd maintenance documentation according to annex 6 number 1 letter d double letter cc, 4.
the protocols of the Visual inspections referred to in annex 6 number 4 letter c, 5 reported releases of mercury according to annex 6 number 4 letter e and 6 records of the collection and dispatch of metallic mercury waste after their temporary storage as well as the place of destination and the proposed treatment.
(6) in the case of ashes from the Mono-sludge incineration, together and without mixing with other waste for the purposes of a subsequent recovery of phosphorus in a long-term storage are to be stored, an exception can be admitted at the request of sentence 2 of the proof referred to in paragraph 1. The exception is maximum five years to limit; It may be extended temporarily. For storage on the 30th June 2023, an exception pursuant to sentence 1 is not allowed.

Article 24 is the concern that after the closure of the long term camp of the plant or the plant site has adverse environmental impacts or other dangers, significant disadvantages and considerable harassment for the universality and the neighborhood within the meaning of article 5, paragraph 3, point 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act can be caused, to the operator at the request of the competent authority in agreement with the competent authority verify certain experts closure and aftercare (1) , whether the requirements according to § 5 paragraph 3 No. 1 of the Federal Immission Control Act are met. Prejudice to the other requirements of the Federal Immission Control Act of closure and aftercare.
(2) an expert set 1 to determine pursuant to paragraph 1, if it has the required expertise, independence, reliability, and technical facilities. The determination is carried out by the competent authority of the country in which the applicant has his place of business and is valid for the entire Federal territory; no place of business in Germany, the country is responsible, in which the activity priority referred to in paragraph 1 is to be exercised. The provision can be equipped with a proviso of the cancellation, a time limit, with conditions, the reservation conditions and requirements. Procedure under that provision can be handled via a single point. The examination of the application on announcing a job must be completed within three months; section 42a paragraph 2 sentence 2 to 4 of the Administrative Procedure Act applies.
(3) in the case of the examination of the application for determination in accordance with paragraph 1 sentence 1 evidence from another Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area are equally domestic evidence if from them indicating that the applicant meets the requirements of paragraph 2 sentence 1 or essentially comparable on the basis of their objective requirements of the exhibition State. Evidence pursuant to sentence 1 shall be provided the competent authority prior to commencement of activities in the original or copy. A certification of the copy, as well as a certified German translation may be required. With regard to verification of the required expertise of the applicant article 36a, paragraph 1, sentence 2 and paragraph 2 of the trade shall apply mutatis mutandis; temporary and only occasional work of a national of another Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area, which is established for the exercise of such an activity in one of these States, § 13a paragraph 2 sentence 2 to 5 and paragraph 3 of the GewO also applies with regard to the necessary expertise.
Part 6 final provisions § 25 in the deposition phase located old landfill (1) by way of derogation from articles 3 to 6, can section 9, article 12, paragraph 1 and 2, article 13, paragraph 1 and 2, as well as the sections 14 to 16 a landfill or a landfill section, or on July 16, 2009, in construction or in the deposit period was and for the provisions for the establishment and the 1 the waste deposit Decree of 20 February 2001 further deposit phase after (Federal Law Gazette I p. 305) , last by article 1 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) has been changed is that 2 of the landfill Ordinance of 24 July 2002 (BGBl. I p. 2807), most recently by article 2 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) is has been modified, or 3. the landfill recycling Ordinance of 25 July 2005 (BGBl. I S. 2252), most recently by article 3 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) is has been modified , in a plan approval pursuant to section 31 paragraph 2, a plan approval pursuant to article 31, paragraph 3, or an arrangement according to § 35 or § 36 paragraph 2 of the recycling and waste management act final taken or a display according to § 14 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the landfill Ordinance of 24 July 2002 (BGBl. I p. 2807), most recently by article 2 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) has been modified that is, continue to be operated. Sentence 1 shall apply subject to the proviso that the waste to be stored away or the landfill construction material to use spare comply with the allocation criteria for the loss on ignition or the total organic carbon (TOC) and the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 3 number 2 for the relevant class of landfill pursuant to annex. Are provisions has been taken pursuant to sentence 1 also for the decommissioning phase, the final decommissioning and the follow-up phase, the landfill or the landfill section after these provisions be shut down and taken care of after. Notwithstanding sentences 1 and 3 General requirements for the waterproofing systems observe pursuant to annex 1, paragraph 2.1.
(2) a recognized prior to July 16, 2009 by the competent authority or approved security continues to apply at a landfill or landfill section referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 as security according to § 18 paragraph 1. Sentence 1 applies also to commercial formed operational provisions.
(3) in the case of landfill or landfill sections, where household waste, industrial waste similar to household waste, sewage sludge and other wastes with high organic contents are been deposited, the competent authority may allow derogation of article 10, paragraph 1, that a temporary cover is incorporated to sound the main objectives when large settlements are expected. This temporary coverage to minimize leachate formation and landfill gas releases.
(4) in the case of landfill or landfill sections pursuant to paragraph 3 the competent authority at the request of the landfill operator to accelerate biological degradation processes and to improve the long-term behaviour in addition to the requirements can a specific humidity number 1, by its own landfill leachate, an aeration of the waste body, or a combination of the procedures allow the sections 6 and 9 due to infiltration of water or, by way of derogation from article 7, paragraph 1 , if the following minimum requirements are met: 1 at a specific humidity infiltration a) seizes any leachate b) are amended by active measures to landfill gas and extensive prevention of landfill gas releases and its control, c) are relevant quantities of still biodegradable organic matter in the landfill body, d) are facilities for regulated and controlled infiltration and control of gas and water balance of landfill available and e) is proof of sufficient stability of the landfill body, taking into account the additional Water allowances provided.
2. when venting the waste body a) devices for targeted and controlled ventilation and exhaust air detection and treatment are available, so that uncontrolled gaseous emissions are largely avoided, b) is exhaust air treatment adapted to the nature of the exhaust air is performed so that harmful emissions is largely avoided, c) relevant quantities of still biodegradable organic matter in the landfill body are proven.
3. in the case of a targeted humidification or ventilation of the waste body, the water budget, the gas budget, the temperature development and the requirements of the landfill body must be checked to prove that no adverse effect on the landfill body and the environment occur and sufficiently intensive or accelerated biological decomposition processes take place.

Section 26 in the closure phase the old landfills
(1) by way of derogation from articles 10, 11, 12 paragraphs 1 and 2, article 13, paragraph 1 and 2 as well as the sections 14 to 16 a landfill or a landfill section can, or further decommissioning phase after section 12 or section 14 of the landfill Ordinance of 24 July 2002 on July 16, 2009 was in the decommissioning phase and for the or the specifics of that (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2807) , last by article 2 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) is has been modified and the landfill recycling Ordinance of 25 July 2005 (BGBl. I S. 2252), most recently by article 2 of the Decree of December 13, 2006 (BGBl. I S. 2860) has been changed, in a plan approval pursuant to section 31 paragraph 2, a plan approval pursuant to article 31, paragraph 3, or an order according to § 35 or § 36 paragraph 2 of the recycling and waste management act of 27 September 1994 (BGBl. I s) 2705), most recently by article 5 of the law of 6 October 2011 (BGBl. I p. 1986) has been changed, were made final, are still closed after the taken commitments. Are provisions 1 also for the final closure and post-closure phase after sentence has been taken, the landfill or the landfill section after these provisions be definitively closed down and taken care of after. Regardless of sentence 1 General requirements for the waterproofing systems observe pursuant to annex 1, paragraph 2.1.
(2) paragraph 3 and 4 shall apply landfill or landfill sections referred to in paragraph 1 article 25 accordingly.

§ 27 offences (1) any person in the meaning of § 69 paragraph 1 is number 8 of the circulatory economic law, who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to paragraph 5 sentence 1, also in conjunction with sentence 2, a landfill, a landfill section or a significant change of in operating such a system takes, 2. contrary to article 6, paragraph 1, sentence 1, or article 7, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 number 1, 2 or number 3 waste deposited. , 3. contrary to article 8, paragraph 4, sentence 1, also in conjunction with article 17, paragraph 1, an acceptance inspection does not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time, 4 contrary to § 9 sentence 2 in conjunction with annex 5 waste not sprinkled number 4 paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 or not or not timely covers, 5. contrary to § 9 sentence 2 in conjunction with annex 5 paragraph 4 paragraph 4 sentence 1 the landfill so builds , that adverse reactions occur, 6 contrary to § 9 sentence 2 in conjunction with annex 5 paragraph 4 paragraph 5 not concern carries that waste drain, consolidate or solidify, 7 contrary to § 9 sentence 2 in conjunction with annex 5 number 4 paragraph 6 waste not install, 8 contrary to section 9 clause 3 in conjunction with annex 5 paragraph 5 paragraph 2 waste not properly conditioned , 9 contrary to section 9 clause 3 in conjunction with annex 5 number 5 paragraph 4 waste as manages that they react after deposit with each other, 10 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 number 1 in conjunction with Annex 1, point 2.1 1 set a geo plastic, a polymer, a seal control system, a building material, a sealing component or a sealing system uses, 11 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 No. 1 in conjunction with Annex 1, point 2.3 set 2 is a layer not , not properly or in a timely manner incorporates 12 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1, number 1 in conjunction with annex a control panel do not, not properly or in a timely manner establishes 1 number 2.3 set of 4 or 5 or not or not for the duration operates, 13 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 No. 1 in conjunction with Annex 1, point 2.3.1 paragraph 1 set 1 or set 2, or number 2.3.1.1 paragraph 1 the thickness of the layer of recultivation correctly or not depends , 14 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 No. 1 in conjunction with Annex 1, point 2.3.1 paragraph 4 sentence 2 or number 2.3.2 set 3 number 2 does not ensure, that only where a material is used, 15 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 number 2 in conjunction with Annex 2 point 3.1 set 1 or set 2 a final measure not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time carries out , 16 contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 paragraph 2 in conjunction with Annex 2 set 3 sets not or not timely to a security zone number 3.1, a measuring point or measuring device not or not timely creates 17 contrary to section 12 paragraph 2 or not or is not for the prescribed duration, 18 contrary to article 12, paragraph 3, sentence 1 not or not timely performs a measurement or a control , 19 contrary to article 12, paragraph 3, sentence 2 number 1 or number 2 in conjunction with annex 5 number 6 or 7 number 1, 2 or sentence 3 not or not correctly handles set leachate or landfill gas, number 2 not according to the plans of action moves 20 contrary to article 12, paragraph 4, sentence 2, an operation order or a manual not or not timely created 21 contrary to section 13, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or 22 contrary to section 14(2) or section 15, sentence 1 waste or a Landfill construction material substitute used.
(2) any person within the meaning of article 69, paragraph 2, point 15 of the circulatory economic law is who intentionally or negligently a basic characterization not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submit 1 contrary to section 8, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or set of 6, 2. contrary to § 8 paragraph 1 sentence 5 or set of 7 key parameters not or not timely sets, 3. contrary to article 8, paragraph 3, sentence 1 , reviewed 4. contrary to article 8, paragraph 5, sentence 1, 4, 5, or set of 6, also in connection with article 17 paragraph 1, a follow-up also in connection with article 17, paragraph 1, waste not or not timely not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely performs 5. contrary to article 8 paragraph 7, also in connection with article 17 paragraph 1, not a sample, or does not timely or not or not more than 1 month stored , 6. violates article 12, paragraph 4, sentence 2 number 1 the competent authority does not or not timely informed 7 contrary to section 13, paragraph 2, sentence 1 in conjunction with annex 5 number 1.3 set 5, also in conjunction with section 17 paragraph 2 sentence 2, an indication there called not, not properly or fully documented, 8 contrary to section 13, paragraph 3, sentence 1 not an operation journal , performs incorrectly or incompletely, 9 contrary to section 13, paragraph 4 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time makes a briefing, 10 contrary to article 13, paragraph 5, sentence 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submits the annual report, 11 contrary to article 13, paragraph 6, sentence 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time created a plan or 12 contrary to article 13, paragraph 7 a information not , incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submitted.
(3) the provisions of paragraph 1 number 1 to 12 shall apply also for long-term storage in the sense of § 23 paragraph 1 sentence 1 number 1 to 9 and 17 to 21 and paragraph 2.

§ 28 transitional rules by way of derogation from article 3, paragraph 1, article 10, paragraph 1 and article 23 paragraph 1, in conjunction with Annex 1, paragraph 2.1, can be instructed also until May 1, 2015, as external examiners, who finally not referred to in annex set 16 1 number 2.1 is accredited, but demonstrably in the accreditation procedure is and has over sufficient professional and knowledgeable staff.

Appendix 1 requirements of the location, the geological barrier, base and surface sealing systems from landfills of class 0, I, II and III (to article 3, paragraph 1, article 10, paragraph 1, §§ 23, 28) (site: BGBl. I 2009, 915-919; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) 1 location and geological barrier 1.1 suitability of the location the suitability of the site for a landfill is a necessary precondition for , that the common of good is not affected by the landfill according to sec. 15 paragraph 2 of the law of circulation management. When choosing the location is taken into account in particular the following: 1 expected geological and hydrogeological conditions of the area including a distance of the upper edge of the geological barrier from the highest permanently to guaranteeing free groundwater level of at least 1 m, 2. specially protected or protected areas as drinking water and mineral spring reserve, water areas, forest - and nature reserves, biotope area, 3. sufficient protective distance to sensitive areas such as for disturbed , Recreation areas, 4. risk of earthquake, flood, subsidence, Erdfällen, slope slides or avalanches on the site, 5. Deducibility collected leachate in the free fall.
1.2 background of a landfill the underground of landfill must meet the following requirements: the substrate must absorb 1 all soil mechanical loads from the landfill, occurring conditions may cause any damage to the Basisabdichtungs - and leachate collection system.
2. the surface of the landfill and in the wider community a pollutant dispersion from the landfill to interfere with due to its low permeability, its thickness and homogeneity and its pollutant retention significantly (effect as a geological barrier), so that not to get is a harmful contamination of groundwater or other adverse change in its nature.
3. the minimum requirements for the water permeability (k) and thickness (d) of the geological barrier referred to in paragraph 2 arise from table 1, point 1 the geological barrier does not meet these requirements, in its natural texture she can through technical measures are created, completed or improved. In the case of sentence 2, the thickness (d) can be reduced to a minimum thickness of 0.5 meter, if on a correspondingly lower water permeability is achieved the same protective effect as according to sentence 1.
4.
By way of derogation from paragraph 2, sentence 2 with the proviso that the technical measures run 1 number 1 in the minimum thickness according to table applies a landfill that has no geological barrier referred to in paragraph 2, paragraph 3.
2. waterproofing systems and technical measures concerning the geological barrier 2.1 General requirements may only be used materials, components or systems for the improvement of the geological barrier and technical measures as a substitute for the geological barrier and sealing system, if it complies with the State of the art referred to in point 2.1.1, and if this authority has been proven. The competent authority-auditable documents shall be provided to detect.
As proof pursuant to sentence 1 the approval of these materials, components or systems by the Federal Institute for materials research and testing is required for geosynthetics, polymers and mass-produced seal control systems referred to in point 2.4.
For other materials, components or systems, the proof can be provided pursuant to sentence 1 this is located a federal proficiency assessment of countries for this. Federal proficiency assessment will be made publicly available by the countries in an appropriate form. The countries can change federal proficiency assessment or declared to be invalid.
By way of derogation from sentence 3 to 6 materials, components or systems can be used for landfill waterproofing systems, the 1 after no. 305 / 2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing of Directive 89/106/EEC of the Council (OJ of Regulation (EU) harmonised technical specifications according to L 88 of the astronomy, p. 5) are been declared in its current version if the technical specifications harmonised by the aforesaid are substantially equivalent to those established material, component and system properties, arising from the requirements of sentence 1, or 2. No. 305 / 2011 bear no CE marking according to the Regulation (EU) and lawfully manufactured in another Member State of the European Union or in the Republic of Turkey in accordance with the applicable regulations or requirements or in traffic were taken or who were lawfully manufactured in another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area in accordance with the applicable regulations or requirements and placed on the market, if the equally permanently ensure the level of protection required pursuant to sentence 1 with the checks and audits material documented in the manufacturer State, component and system properties.
In the examination of evidence pursuant to sentence 1 evidence and documents from another Member State of the European Union, from the Republic of Turkey or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area within the meaning of the sentence 7 are just number 1 and 2 2 domestic findings and documents pursuant to sentence if emerges from them that the question of sentence 1 or the essentially comparable on the basis of their objective requirements of the issuing State are met. Certification of copies and translations into German may be required.
The manufacturability of the sealing components and of the waterproofing system, as well as the geological barrier created by technical measures, completed or improved is to prove before their establishment under on-site conditions through execution of sample fields to the competent authority. The competent authority may allow exceptions thereof, insofar as the manufacturability under on-site conditions can be substantiated by other evidence.
All components are stable to build. On this evidence to present, taking into account in particular the skid of the layers is the competent authority.
The improvement of the geological barrier and technical measures as a substitute for the geological barrier, as well as the manufacturing of the components of waterproofing systems are to submit a quality management during construction and prefabrication. Quality management consists for the prefabrication of self-monitoring of the manufacturer and third-party monitoring of third parties responsible for the construction of own examination of the company, the foreign inspection by a contracted third party and from the supervision of the competent authority. The foreign testing body must according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17020:2012-07 (conformity assessment - requirements for the operation of various types of bodies which carry out inspections) as inspection body for third-party testing in the landfill construction and according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005-08, 2nd Amendment 2007-05 (General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories) be accredited as a testing laboratory. By the external auditor, special tests may be awarded to an independent institution which is accredited for these tests. The external examiners and the scope of the services of third-party audits are to be agreed with the competent authority. The landfill operator bears the cost of external audit.
It is a quality management plan according to the principles of quality management chapter E5-1 of the GDA recommendations of the Working Group 6.1 - geotechnical engineering of landfill buildings - the German society of Geotechnics e. V., 3rd Edition 1997, Ernst & Sohn Verlag, Berlin, to prepare. This the special elements of the quality management system as well as the responsibilities, factual resources and activities set so, that the qualities of the landfill waterproofing systems referred to in this annex are respected. The quality management plan requires the approval of the competent authority.
2.1.1 requirements improving the geological barrier and technical measures as a substitute be chosen to the State of the art for the geological barrier, the waterproofing system, the materials and the manufacture of the system components and their installation as well as the properties of this component in an installed condition must be that fulfilling function of the individual components and overall system among all external and mutual influences over a period of at least 100 years is demonstrated. A period of at least 30 years derogation applies to mass-produced sealing systems.
Furthermore, at least the following criteria and reaction mechanisms under the special conditions in landfill sealing systems to take into account are: 1 leak, judging the requirements of tables 1 and 2, 2. capacity of deformation, unavoidable goals record, 3. resistance to mechanical forces, 4. resistance to hydraulic impacts (Suffosion and erosion), 5 resistance to chemical and biological agents, 6 resistance to atmospheric agents, 7 resistance to age-related adverse material change , 8 secured, reproducible, and quality-controlled prefabrication of sealing components, 9 secured, forming the functionality and quality controlled manufacturing and mounting of the system components and of the waterproofing system, in particular, including appropriate measures to protect against auflasten-induced damage, 10 when inputting a required flow rate: suitable evidence, 11 mineral sealing components: composition, installation technology and involvement in the waterproofing system, to achieve a very low permeability and to minimize the risk of a dry cracking , 12 for landfill construction material replacement: compliance with the additional requirements of sections 14 and 15 of this regulation, 13 in a drainage at the base of the landfill: DIN 19667, October 2009 issue, drainage of landfills - planning, construction and operation.
A single responsible contractor shall be appointed for the manufacture of the sealing system.
2.1.2 Federal quality standards for the nationwide proficiency assessment referred to in point 2.1 set 4 and for the use of natural, if any hardened soil and rock material from the environment and waste define the countries testing criteria set in nationwide quality standards requirements proper installation as well as the quality management.
Federal quality standards be made publicly available by the countries in an appropriate manner.
2.2 special requirements to the geological barrier and the base waterproofing system is the permanent protection of the soil and groundwater through the combination of a geological barrier according to paragraph 1.2 and a basic sealing system in the deposit area table 1 number 2 to 4. At the requirement of two sealing components, these shall be composed of a convection lock (geomembrane or asphalt seal) on a mineral component. The mineral component is to establish multi-layer. The seal components must be protected against auflasten-induced damage.
Table 1 structure of the geological barrier and the base waterproofing system no. system component 0 DK DK I DK II DK III 1 geological Barriere1) k ≤ 1 x 10-7 m/s d ≥ 1.00 m k ≤ 1 x 10-9 m/s d ≥ 1.00 m k ≤ 1 x 10-9 m/s d ≥ 1.00 m k ≤ 1 x 10-9 m/s d ≥ 5.00 m 2 first waterproofing component2) not required required required required 3 second waterproofing component2) not required not required required required 4 mineral standard
(serungsschicht3), grain size according to DIN 19667 d ≥ 0.30 m d ≥ 0.50 m d ≥ 0.50 m d ≥ 0,50 m 1)
A pressure gradient of permeability coefficient is k i = 30 (laboratory value according to DIN 18130-1 May 1998, ground - testing of soil samples;) Determination of the water through negligence by value - part 1: laboratory tests) to comply.
(2) sealing components manufactured from mineral constituents, must this minimum thickness of 0,50 m and ≤ 5 x 10-10 m/s at a pressure gradient of i = 30 a permeability coefficient of k (laboratory value according to DIN 18130-1 May 1998, ground - testing of soil samples;) Determination of the water through negligence by value - part 1: laboratory tests) comply. Plastic liners are used as a sealing component, its thickness must be at least 2,5 mm.
(3) if it is shown that in the long term there no water in storage in the landfill body, the drainage layer with a lower layer thickness or other grain can be made with the consent of the competent authority in landfills of class I, II and III.
The surface sealing system is 2.3 special surface sealing system requirements to build according to table 2.
Must compensate for unevenness of the surface of the deposited waste or made certain capacities, to properly build the sealing components, is on the surface a sufficiently sized layer to be installed.
When the requirement of two system components, these components should consist of different materials which react so differently to an effect (such as dehydration, mechanical perforation), that they fail he taughtens act with respect to the tightness.
Produced the surface sealing system without a convection lock a control field of at least 300 m2 is size at representative location in the surface sealing system to set up, the flow through the surface sealing system can be determined with the landfills of class I, II and III. The control panel is to run until the end of the follow-up phase.
In the event that it requires the target and maximum reuse, reclamation layer can be replaced by a technical function layer tailored to the appropriate use.
2.3.1 recultivation layer for a reclamation layer, which is not used as a technical feature layer, the following applies: 1 thickness, material selection, and the vegetation of the reclamation layer are the protection needs including system components (extensive avoidance of rooting of the drainage layer, any other adverse effect on the long-term functioning of the drainage layer, protection of the system components from roots and effects of frost and dehydration, sequence uses) measured. A minimum thickness of 1 m must not be undercut.
2. the material should have at least 140 mm, relative to the total thickness of the reclamation, a usable field capacity.
3. selecting a suitable vegetation to protect the surface from wind and water erosion and achieved a high evapotranspiration.
4. the material used must comply with Appendix 3. It must be ensured that only such material is used, the water in the drainage layer can be initiated according to the water law regulations.
2.3.1.1 hydration layer the recultivation layer as the layer of water budget is running, applies: 1. by way of derogation paragraph 2.3.1 paragraph 1 sentence 2 must the minimum thickness 1.50 m.
2. by way of derogation paragraph 2.3.1 paragraph 2 should have a usable field capacity of at least 220 mm, relative to the total thickness of the layer of water, the water layer.
3 in the five-year average, the drawing must not be 60 mm per year, at the latest five years after production than no more than 10 percent of the long-term average of precipitation (typically 30 years).
The competent authority may allow deviations from the usable field capacity referred to in paragraph 2 at the request of the landfill operator in dry sites (less than 600 mm per year), if it is shown that an equivalent sealing and protective effect is achieved.
2.3.1.2 methane oxidation layer set the recultivation layer at the same time take over tasks of methane oxidation by residual gas, additional requirements to the layer with the appropriate authority are to vote. Interactions of methane oxidation and the hydrological regime of the reclamation layer must be evaluated.
2.3.2 technical functional layer is the landfill surface after final closure as a thoroughfare, parking lot to the building or used in a similar way, the recultivation layer can be replaced by a technical function layer, if required by the subsequent use. The material to be installed in this technical feature layer must keeping at least the requirements for pollutant content and leachability, under which a use outside of the landfill site under comparable conditions would be allowed. Applies for the technical function layer: 1. is the thickness according to the protection requirements including to measure the system components (any adverse effect on the long-term functioning of the drainage layer, protective of the sealing components against root and effects of frost and dehydration).
2. it must be ensured that only such material is used, the water in the drainage layer can be initiated according to the water law regulations.
3. after the use of constituting the technical function layer, the recultivation layer is to establish, to meet the needs of number 2.3.1.
Tabelle 2
Aufbau des Oberflächenabdichtungssystems
Nr.
Systemkomponente
DK 0
DK I5)
DK II6)
DK III
1
Ausgleichsschicht1)
nicht
erforderlich
ggf.7)
erforderlich
ggf.7)
erforderlich
ggf.7)
erforderlich
2
Gasdränschicht1)
nicht
erforderlich
nicht
erforderlich
ggf.8)
erforderlich
ggf.8)
erforderlich
3
Erste Abdichtungs-
komponente
nicht
erforderlich
erforderlich2)
erforderlich2)
erforderlich3)
4
Zweite Abdichtungs-
komponente
nicht
erforderlich
nicht
erforderlich
erforderlich2)
erforderlich3)
5
Dichtungskontrollsystem
nicht
erforderlich
nicht
erforderlich
nicht
erforderlich
erforderlich
6
Entwässerungsschicht4)
d ≥ 0,30 m , k ≥ 1 x 10-3 m/s, slope > 5% not required required required required 7 reclamation layer / technical function layer required required required required 1) the layer can fulfill the function of the gas drainage layer with sufficient gas permeability and thickness with referred to under 2.
2) sealing components are used in mineral materials, allowed their computational permeation rate at a permanent water storage by 0.30 m not be greater than that of a 50 cm thick mineral seal with a permeability coefficient k ≤ 5 x 10-9 m/s (laboratory value according to DIN 18130-1 May 1998, ground - testing of soil samples;) Determination of the water through negligence by value - part 1: laboratory experiments; a pressure gradient of i = 30). By way of derogation from sentence 1 mineral sealing components, the effectiveness of which can be described with coefficients of permeability can be used, if they exhibit the drawing not more than 20 mm per year in the five-year average. Plastic liners are used as a sealing component, its thickness must be at least 2,5 mm.
3) sealing components are used in mineral materials, allowed their computational permeation rate at a permanent water storage by 0.30 m not be greater than that of a 50 cm thick mineral seal with a permeability coefficient k ≤ 5 x 10-10 m/s (laboratory value according to DIN 18130-1 May 1998, ground - testing of soil samples;) Determination of the water through negligence by value - part 1: laboratory experiments; a pressure gradient of i = 30). By way of derogation from sentence 1 mineral sealing components, the effectiveness of which can be described with coefficients of permeability can be used, if they exhibit the drawing no more than 10 mm per year in the five-year average. Plastic liners are used as a sealing component, its thickness must be at least 2,5 mm.
(4) the competent authority may allow deviations from minimum thickness, coefficient of permeability and slope of the drainage layer at the request of the landfill operator, if it is shown that the hydraulic capacity of the drainage layer and the stability of the reclamation layer is permanently guaranteed.
(5) instead of the sealing component, the drainage and reclamation layers, a layer of reclamation performed a water layer can be admitted if notwithstanding the requirements referred to in point 2.3.1.1 the flow through the layer of water balance no later than five years after production is paragraph 3 not more than 20 mm / year in the five-year average.
6)
A reclamation layer measured as water layer number 2.3.1.1 can be installed instead of the second sealing component and recultivation layers. Runs the first sealing component as convection lock, a system of control for the convection lock can be installed instead of the second sealing component. In this case, to build a second sealing component directly under the convection lock or to provide for equivalent systems is in the range of points, where the drainage water is collected and derived. Sentences 1 to 3 shall apply landfill or landfill sections, where household waste, industrial waste similar to household waste, sewage sludge and other wastes with high organic contents are been deposited, with the proviso that the landfill operators according to § 25 paragraph 4 to accelerate biological degradation processes and to improve the long term behaviour has been shown successfully carries out measures or has carried out.
7) the requirement is referred to in point 2.3 set 2. 8) the requirement of 5 number is aimed to annex 7 2.4 approval of geosynthetics, polymers and seal systems 2.4.1 responsibilities and tasks the Federal Institute for materials research and testing is responsible for the examination and approval of geosynthetics plastic waterproofing membranes, protective coatings, plastic drainage devices, reinforcement mesh made of plastic, polymer and sealing systems for use in base and surface sealing of landfill sites on the basis of its own investigations and bodies accredited by results. It has the following tasks in this regard: 1. definition of test criteria, 2. inclusion of incidental provisions in the registration, 3. defining the requirements for proper installation and quality management.
2.4.2 approval the Federal Institute for materials research and testing taken into account in the authorisation of geosynthetics, polymers and control systems at least the criteria and reaction mechanisms referred to in point 2.1.1 to the State of the art.
2.4.3 application is the approval by the manufacturer of the GEO plastic, polymer or control system product.
2.4.4 Advisory Board are handling the admission policies that the conditions and requirements describe the approval of the Federal Institute for materials research and testing, contributes an advisory advice, in which representatives of the State authorities, the Federal Environmental Agency and experts from other relevant sectors represented. The Managing Director of the Advisory Board is the Federal Institute for material research and testing.
2.4.5 release the admission guidelines, as well as the admission tickets of stock strong approvals are by the Federal Institute for materials research and testing in an appropriate manner made publicly available.
3. mono landfills has decided the competent authority with a mono landfill for dredged material from waters with a mono landfill for regional specific polluted soil material or an in-house Mono landfill, where only in-house-specific bulk wastes or specific mass an associated company are deposited, on the basis of an assessment of the risks to the environment, that the collection and treatment of leachate is not necessary or was found , the Mono landfill will pose no danger for soil, groundwater or surface water, can the requirements for numbers 1 and 2 according to be minimized.
4. notices of expert bodies DIN standards have appeared at the Beuth-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, and to archive terms secured laid down at the German patent and trade mark Office in Munich.

Annex 2 requirements for the location, geological barrier, proof of long-term safety and decommissioning of landfills of class IV in the salt rock (§ 3, paragraph 2, article 10, paragraph 1, article 11 paragraph 2) (site: Federal Law Gazette I 2009, 920-924) 1 location and geological barrier when choosing a site for a landfill of class IV in the salt rock (lower day landfill) is taken into account, that the waste be kept permanently from the biosphere and the deposit can be made so , that no follow-up measures are required. The salt rock as a significant geologic barrier on the site must 1 compared to liquids and gases to be tight, a sufficient spatial extent have 2, a sufficient thickness of unverritzte salt have 3 in the selected deposit area, which is so large that the barrier function in the long term is not affected and the waste gradually wrap 4. convergence behavior and positive close at the end of the deformation process.
In addition must 5. the underground cavities for at least the duration of the deposit and decommissioning phase, used with the landfill be stable and 6 locations where regional earthquake intensity with a probability of 99 percent, the value of 8 after the Medvedev Sponheuer-Karnik scale (MSK scale) is exceeded, be avoided.
2. location-based safety assessment of the proof of the suitability of the mountains for the plant of under day landfill must be provided by a location-based safety assessment. The location-based safety assessment is the analysis of the hazard possibilities to be observed during construction, operation and in the operation phase. The necessary control and protection measures are to derive. Location-based safety assessment, following references are to: 1. verification of geotechnical stability, 2 security proof for the deposit and decommissioning phase and 3 proof of long term safety.
For the leadership of the references referred to in point 2.1, the instructions must be observed.
2.1 notes on the implementation of the long-term security credential 2.1.1 establishing long-term security for the entire system "waste/underground mining work/mountain body", taking into account scheduled and unscheduled (hypothetical) event sequences is scope and requirements for the disposal of hazardous waste in landfills of class IV to lead, taking account of the specific conditions.
Establishing long-term security as overarching and summary itemised in the context of the location-based safety assessment is based primarily on the results of the two references, 1 the Geotechnical verification of stability, and 2. the safety certification for the deposit and decommissioning phase.
A crucial for assessing the long-term effectiveness and integrity of the salt barrier in particular the Geotechnical verification of stability.
The full coverage by the geotechnical stability proof is occupied, may be waived model bills not schedulable event procedures, if plausible outlines whether and how special events will affect. This is usually a verbal-argumentative contemplation considered sufficient, that is to verify but location-based. The full inclusion in the geotechnical stability proof is occupied, can be omitted even in the long term safety certification on model calculations concerning the pollutant dispersion in the overburden.
2.1.2 basic information required for assessing the long term safety are detailed basic information on geological, geotechnical, hydrogeological and geochemical parameters of the site as well as the concentration and mobility behaviour of the pollutants to be required. These include among others: 2.1.2.1 geological conditions 1 geological barrier; vertical spacing Hangendzone salt up to the nearest top mine workings; horizontal cavity spacing to the flanks of salt rocks and vertical distance to the reclining; Thickness of the entire salt deposits or salt rock body;
2. degree of liberation of deposits;
3. test drilling on days and days;
4. stratigraphy in the pit box (incl. seams, fazielle transitions);
5. material stock of salt deposits with ratio of rock salt, potash salts, clays, Anhydriten, carbonate rocks;
6 structure salt deposits/interior construction, structural development including movement of salt deposits and their environment, convergence, swipe, and traps of the deposit, flanks training, casts on the surface of salt deposits, location and training potential reservoirs of alkalis (such as main anhydrite).
7 degrees of tectonic stresses salt structure, predominant directions of disorder;
8 geological sections through the pit building;
9 geothermal;
10 regional seismic activity in the past and present;
11 Subrosion, education Erdfällen on the surface;
12 Halokinese;
2.1.2.2 specifications to the pit building 1 cutting (Teufe of the mine workings, cavity volume, roadway cross-section, shafts, Blindschächte, coils and ramps, horizontal expansion of the pit building, location and depth of all bays of the pit building, base areas and position of the sole or soles of part of, sole or part soles distance, soles, which are connected with a Füllort at the day slot, location and size of the planned deposit rooms);
2. Security: a) stability of ducts, lines, Blindschächte and mining areas, b) may first cases, shock formwork and Liegendaufbrüche in the pit area, c) if necessary solution inflows (places, quantities per unit of time, occurrence, temperature/density, saturated/unsaturated, Ph / chemical analysis, impact on mine, if necessary individual parts of the pit), cause and origin, d) if gas release/compromise (location, quantity, composition, cause), e)
If any petroleum / natural gas deposits (inside or in the salt Hill/flanks area of salt deposits), f) security pillar to overburden/flanks/base/solution nests/holes/shafts/neighbouring mines, g) existing exploration wells over days and days (see also number 2.1.2.1), h) insulated from or to insulating parts of the pit building.
2.1.2.3 hydrogeological conditions 1 stratigraphy, Petrology, tectonics, thickness and storage conditions of the layers in the overburden and rock;
2. information on the structure of groundwater levels and groundwater movement;
3. leaks and flow velocities;
4. mineralization of groundwater, groundwater chemistry, location of salt / freshwater limit;
5. the use of groundwater, established or planned drinking water and mineral spring reserve and priority areas;
6 position, training, and texture of above-ground flow and state waters and in water-filled underground cavern;
2.1.2.4 waste introduction 1 waste types and quantities, waste composition;
2. deposit concept and technique;
3. Geomechanisches behavior of waste;
4. reaction behavior of waste in the case of the access of water and saline solutions: a) solubility behavior, b) gas development at elevated temperature under days, c) interactions with each other or with the host rock.
2.1.3 development of a security concept on the basis of basic information referred to in point 2.1.2 should be placed first a security concept. Here, a first assessment is part of the location-based safety assessment whether proof of full coverage of the injected waste seems lastingly possible under the terms of the site. At the same time, it is evident whether any supplementary or additional exploration work is required.
2.1.4 Geotechnischer level safety demonstration to the permanent closing of the waste from the biosphere, is to provide evidence for the stability of the cavities in the individual that no deformations - either in the cavity itself or on the surface - are to be expected 1 during and after the creation of cavities, which can affect the viability of the mine, 2. the structural behaviour of the mountains is sufficient to prevent shipping fractions of cavities , which can affect the long term security of the landfill of class IV, and 3 that the injected waste long-term stabilizing effect.
The evidence of stability in the case of deposit, decommissioning and follow-up phase is to provide a mechanical mountain report. In particular the following tasks are to be processed: 1 classification and evaluation of geologic/tectonic and hydrogeological/hydrological knowledge with regard to their relevance to the encountered and to predict mountain mechanical situation in the area of the pit building.
2. analysis of the mining situation on the basis of operational experience (if any), in particular to the dimensioning of the underground mine workings and to assess the safety of the State;
3. analysis of the behaviour of mountains on the basis of measurements over days and underground, geotechnical laboratory testing results, as well as due to markscheiderischer forecasts and mountain mechanical reviews. Existing results and data of a mining operation can be used;
4. derivation of the discourse of any mountain mechanical hazardous situations on the basis of the carried out analysis;
5. creation of a security plan to prove of the stability as well as mountain-mechanical assessment of long term security (integrity/integrity) the geological barriers; There are to describe the possible risks and to define the exposure possibilities to consider that to be the computational evidence based;
6 laying down the factors to consider possible effects of geologic/tectonic type (including the State of the primary stress, temperature field, earthquakes) or anthropogenic kind (for example through cavity Auffahrungen, introduction of waste);
7 carry out laboratory experiments to determine of the rock mechanical properties (strength and deformation characteristics) of the upcoming salt rocks, if necessary also to be waste;
8 in-situ measurements to assess the stress condition (deformation and stress state) of the deposit as a result of the carried out by mining; in critical areas also in-situ measurements to the permeability;
9 computational mountain mechanical modeling for the simulation of the stress state of the mountains and the long time behavior of the storage area and of the pit building, taking into account the long-term convergence, the stabilising effect of the waste and seismologically-related dynamic effects;
10 evaluation of mountain-mechanical conditions: a) stability (assessment of the possibility of strength deformation failure, seismic system stability), b) convergence of the pit building and surface subsidence and c) long-term effectiveness of geological barriers;
11 development of mountain mechanical point of view necessary measures during storage and at the end of the operation by: a) operation accompanying geotechnical measurements and b) mountains-mechanical principles for safekeeping and for conclusion buildings.
2.1.5 evidence of long-term security are based on the current before investigation results to evaluate following individual systems in the overarching and comprehensive long-term safety certification for the entire system "waste/underground mining work/mountain body" on the basis of the barrier system: 1. assessment of the natural barriers - behavior of the host rock and the consequently of the capping mass.
2. assessment of technical interventions: a) ducts, b) other mine workings (E.g. lines, Blindschächte), c) parent day holes, d) under day holes and e) mining-related mountains mostly on the natural barriers;
3. assessment of the barriers: a) waste composition and conditioning if necessary, b) type of insertion, c) routes dams) and (d) shaft closures;
4. evaluation of course-related events, if they endanger the full inclusion of waste and pollutant mobilisation if necessary can cause: a) Diapirism and Subrosion, b) earthquakes;
5. evaluation of technically-related events and processes, unless they endanger the full inclusion of waste and pollutant mobilisation if necessary can cause: a) leaky are of exploration wells, b) water intrusion during the deposit and decommissioning phase, such as through the shafts, c) lye or gas intrusion during the deposit and decommissioning phase, d) failure of shaft closures, e) mining-related mountains mostly, f) holes or other interventions in the operating phase.
The selection of additional events has to align itself to the respective specific conditions;
6. summary evaluation of the overall system, taking into account all safety-relevant aspects.
3. Shutdown 3.1 General In the wake of the closure of a landfill of class IV are making final measures which ensure that the deposited wastes of the biosphere are reliably removed from. To do this, the requirements of the number are 3.2 or 3.3.
Shaft plots and other additions to the landfill, a security zone is to create, which is shutting off and permanently mark. These areas are not accessible and in addition to ensure an eventual use on the site through a construction zone. After completion of the action the rest area is again usable.
With the display of the completion of the disposal of waste are the competent authority-auditable documents for the final measures to submit.
3.2 mines before is beginning the final measures perform a Gebirgsüberwachungs final measurement under days.
The bays are full to fill.
The construction of filling column is taking into account the geological profile and the development in the individual to set, ensure long term prevent a connection between deposit area and biosphere.
In the area of the ground surface, the shafts and other additions are sure to cover. The cover is so run that the unsuccessful filling column can be controlled.
Operated a landfill of class IV in conjunction with a salt mine and the mineral extraction survived the deposit operation, a hydraulically poet and calculated against the pressure to be expected underground conclusion of the deposition area against the mining area shall be after the deposit, which has to take into account the events considered in the long term safety certification number 4 and 5 referred to in point 2.1.5 in its technical design.
The instructions of the Guide for the store by day ritual slaughter of December 5, 2007, to attract in particular annex 2, are for the design of technical construction of filling column shafts, quality assurance and the measures after the filling.
A lock structure is to build 3.3 Caverns In the area of the cavern roof and cavern neck. Out of the cavern hole, all draggable piping must be removed. The last tour of cemented pipe is to fill completely with suitable sealing material. The closure of the cavern hole is to establish, to prevent the inflow of groundwater and formation water to the deposited waste, and the release of harmful substances into the biosphere. He must meet at least the following requirements: 1 the long term stability and the maintenance of the CAP must be ensured.
2.
The sealing effect of the CAP must come close to the natural salt or consequently.
3. for a fast sealing effect, a form of faster - and traction must be ensured between closure and salt rock.
4. the sealing material must be adapted to the mechanical strength properties of the environment.
5. the volume shrinkage of the sealing material must be low after insertion.
4. documentation of custody the day approaches custody the day approaches is to make a documentary and handed over to the competent authority of the mountain. Documentation shall include at least the following documents: 1. total project including legal framework and objectives, 2. condition of the shaft or the bore and the relevant environment prior to the custody or the closure, 3. condition of the shaft or the bore and the relevant environment after the renovation to the filling or the closure including the work steps and the contractors, 4th State of the shaft or the bore and the relevant environment to the custody or the closure, including by means Steps and the contractors, 5. textual explanation of custody or closure measures resulting in the discovery of a possibly remaining threat area, 6 graphic representations (map with representation of the shaft or hole, shaft or bore profile with construction of the filling, if necessary danger area), 7 evidence of amounts of, 8 proof of quality execution of custody or of the closure, 9 Photo documentation.
The results of ongoing measurements to the altitude of the upper edge of the filling column according to annex and the competent authority of the mountain pass separately to document 5 section 3.2 table number 6 as well as the amounts of evidence when necessary to Backfillings in the follow-up phase.
5. notices of expert bodies 1.
The MSK scale is published in the Brockhaus natural science and technology, Bibliographisches Institut & F. A. Brockhaus AG, Mannheim, 2003. 2.
The Guide to the store by day slots is published in the collection sheet of the Regierungsbezirk of Arnsberg, Division 6, AZ.: 86.18.13.1-8-35.

Annex 3 eligibility and allocation criteria (to section 2 number 5 to 9, 20 to 23, 33, § 6 paragraph 2 to 5, article 8, paragraph 1, 3, 5 and 8, article 14, paragraph 3, articles 15, 23, 25 paragraph 1) (reference: BGBl. I 2009, 925-928; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) 1 use of waste for the production of landfill construction material replacement, as well as for immediate use as landfill material replacement in landfills of class 0 , I, II, or III the use of waste for the production of landfill construction material replacement, as well as for immediate use as landfill material replacement for the in table 2.2, 2.3 and 3 described applications the allocation criteria are 1 number after number 2, for the applications in accordance with table 1, point 1.1, 2.1, 4.1 and 4.4.1 the mapping values according to table 2 and for the applications in accordance with table 1, point 2.1 and 4.1 in addition to number 2 set 11 to comply with the allocation criteria. The figures 4 to 9, which are columns 3 to 6 to the areas of application of points 1 to 4 of table 1, are available for the respective map values listed in columns 4 to 9 of the table 2.
Table 1 admissibility criteria for the use of landfill materials replacement 1 No. 2 range 3 DK 0 4 DK I 5 DK II 6 DK III 1 geological barrier 1.1 technical measures for the creation, completion or improvement of the geological barrier 4 4 4 4 2 base sealing system 2.1 mineral sealing component 5 5 5 2.2 protection layer/layer of protection 6 7 8 2.3 mineral drainage layer 5 6 7 8 3 Deponietechnisch construction measures in the landfill body (such as separating dams , Driveways, gas collectors), profiling of the landfill body and layer and layer of gas drainage of surface abdichtungssystems in landfill or landfill sections, die1) 3.1 all requests to the geological barrier and the base waterproofing system comply with Annex 1 5 6 7 8 3.2 at least all the geological barrier or the base waterproofing system pursuant to annex 1 comply with requirements 5 52) 6 7 3.3 neither the requirements for the geological barrier still the base sealing system requirements referred to in annex 1 comply fully with 3) 52) 52) 52) 4 surface sealing system
 
 
 
 
4.1 mineral sealing component 52) 52) 52) 4.2 protection/protective coating 4) 4) 4.3 drainage layer 4) 4) 4) 4.4.1 recultivation layer 9 9 9 9 4.4.2 technical functional layer annex 1 No. 2.3.2 annex 1 No. 2.3.2 annex 1 No. 2.3.2 annex 1 No. 2.3.2 1) with increased content of course the soil in the vicinity of landfills the competent authority may allow that soil material is used from this environment for the listed areas of application , even if individual mapping values are exceeded for number 2 table 2. While no adverse effect on the behavior of the landfill may be expected.
(2) the landfill operator to the competent authority on the basis of an assessment of the risks to the environment can provide evidence that the use of landfill construction material replacement, that table 2 column 5 not hold a single mapping values referred to in point 2, represents a risk to soil or groundwater, can they allow higher contaminated landfill construction material replacement. In the case of clause 1, the landfill construction material replacement must comply but at least the requirements under which a recovery of waste outside the landfill body in technical structures with defined technical safeguards would be allowed. In the case of sentence 1 landfill construction material replacement on a mission in the first sealing component in a second sealing component but at least the map values, 2 column 6 must comply according to table. The use in areas remains unaffected by the limit pursuant to sentence 2 class II referred to in point 3, if in the case of set 1 for a landfill at least the map values according to table 2 column 6 and with a class III landfill, at least the map values according to table respected 2 column 7.
(3) landfill construction material replacement must comply the requirements of at least 0, which has no full geological barrier referred to in annex 1, table 1, a bet on a landfill in the class, under which a recycling of waste out of the landfill body would be allowed.
(4) in these areas, the landfill construction material replacement must comply at least the requirements for a comparable area of application outside of landfills in technical buildings without special requirements to the site and without technical safeguards.
2. assignment criteria for landfills of class 0, I, II or III, I, are 0 II or III allocation of waste and of landfill construction material replacement for landfill or landfill sections of the class to keep the mapping values of in table 2.
Notwithstanding sentence 1 waste and landfill material replacement may in individual cases with the consent of the competent authority in excess of individual mapping values are deposited or used, if the landfill operator can prove that the common of good - will not be affected, appropriate to the requirements of this regulation.
Exceeding pursuant to sentence 2 the measured value exceeds the value of the assignment may have maximum three times of the respective mapping value, if higher exceedances are not admitted by the footnotes of table.
By way of derogation of sentence 3 applies to specific waste be eliminated on a mono landfill or a mono landfill section of class I, sentence 2 with the proviso that exceeding maximum three times of the respective Association value for the class II (table 2 column 7) must be, as far as higher exceedances are not admitted by the footnotes to the table.
By way of derogation from sentence 3 the mapping values of the total content of dissolved solids, chloride or sulfate at the landfill classes I, II and III respectively to a maximum of 100% should be exceeded as far as rate 4 not be applied.
The competent authority may allow increased contents of course the soil in the vicinity of landfills, that soil material is deposited from this environment. While no adverse effect on the behavior of the landfill may be expected.
Excessive is not allowed parameters loss on ignition, TOC, BTEX, PCBs, petroleum hydrocarbons, PAHs, pH and DOC after the sentences 2 to 4, as far as exceedances are not admitted by the footnotes to the table.
An excess is not permitted mechanically, biologically treated waste pursuant to sentences 2 to 4. Tariff 9 applies to mechanically biologically treated waste with the following stipulations: a) the organic content of dry residue of the original substance is considered observed if a TOC of 18% by mass or a calorific value (Ho) of 6 000 kJ/kg TM is not exceeded, b) is a DOC of maximum 300 mg / l and c) the biological degradability of the dry residue of the original substance of 5 mg/g (intended as breathability - AT4) or of 20 l / kg (determined as a ratio of gas formation in the fermentation test - GB21) is not exceeded.
By way of derogation from sentences 3 and 8 exceeding the parameters of loss on ignition or TOC with the consent of the competent authority are permitted if any exceedances caused by elemental carbon or if a)
(the respective allocation value for the DOC, is held each taking into account footnotes 9, 10 or 11 of table 2, b) the biological degradability of the dry residue of the original substance of 5 mg / g (determines as breathability - AT4) or less than 20 l/kg (determined as gas formation rate - GB21), c) 6 000 kJ/kg DM does not exceed the calorific value (Ho), unless , it's heavy metals Ionentauscherharze from drinking water treatment, d) is landfilling the class 0 to floor and dredged material and a TOC is not exceeded by 6% by mass and e) the waste is not used for the construction of the geological barrier.
By way of derogation from set 8 exceeded the DOC in the eluate is allowed with the consent of the competent authority for a landfill of class III up to 200 mg / l when the common of good is not affected.
Other parameters, as well as the total solid contents of selected parameters can be set by the competent authority in individual cases in terms of on the type of waste, pretreatment steps and special deposit or usage conditions.
For sampling, sample preparation and analysis annex in addition to observe section 6 subsection 2 4 and wastes stabilized at full.
The eluate is unless otherwise provided pursuant to annex 4 to produce number 3.2.1.1. The competent authority keeps a register of the decisions taken pursuant to sentence 2.
Tabelle 2
Zuordnungswerte
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
91)
Nr.
Parameter
Maß-
einheit
Geo-
logische
Barriere
DK 0
DK I
DK II
DK III
Rekulti-
vierungs-
schicht
1
organischer
Anteil des
Trockenrückstandes der Original-
substanz2)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1.01
bestimmt als
Glühverlust
Masse%
≤ 3
≤ 3
≤ 33)4)5)
≤ 53)4)5)
≤ 104)5)
 
1.02
bestimmt als TOC
Masse%
≤ 1
≤ 1
≤ 13)4)5)
≤ 33)4)5)
≤ 64)5)
 
2
Feststoffkriterien
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.01 total BTEX (benzene, toluene, Ethylbenzene, o-, m-, p-xylene, styrene, Cumene) mg/kg DM ≤1 ≤ 6 2.02 PCBs (sum of 7 PCB congeners PCB 28, - 52, - 101, - 118, - 138, - 153, - 180) mg/kg DM ≤ 0.02 ≤ 1 ≤ 0.1 2.03 mineral coal hydrocarbons (C 10-C 40) mg/kg DM of ≤ 100 ≤ 500 2.04 sum PAK after EPA mg/kg TM ≤ 1 ≤ 30 ≤ 56) 2.05 (a) pyrene mg/kg DM ≤ 0.6 2.06 Säureneutralisations-capacity
mmol/kg must be at hazardous waste applications7 determined) must be at hazardous waste applications7 determined) must 2.07 extractable Lipophilic substances in the original substance be masse% ≤ 0.1 ≤ 0.45) ≤ 0.85) ≤ 45) 2.08 lead mg/kg DM ≤ 140 2.09 cadmium mg/kg DM ≤ 1.0 2.10 chrome mg/kg DM ≤ 120 2.11 Kupfer mg/kg DM ≤ 80 2.12 nickel mg/kg DM ≤ 100 2.13 mercury mg/kg DM ≤ 1.0 2.14 Zink mg/kg DM
 
 
 
 
 
≤ 300
3
Eluatkriterien
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3.01
pH-Wert8)
 
6,5–9
5,5–13
5,5–13
5,5–13
4–13
6,5–9
3.02
DOC9)
mg/l
 
≤ 50
≤ 503)10)
≤ 803)10)11)
≤ 100
 
3.03
Phenole
mg/l
≤ 0,05
≤ 0,1
≤ 0,2
≤ 50
≤ 100
 
3.04
Arsen
mg/l
≤ 0,01
≤ 0,05
≤ 0,2
≤ 0,2
≤ 2,5
≤ 0,01
3.05
Blei
mg/l
≤ 0,02
≤ 0,05
≤ 0,2
≤ 1
≤ 5
≤ 0,04
3.06
Cadmium mg/l ≤ 0.002 ≤ 0.004 ≤ 0.05 ≤ 0.1 ≤ 0.5 ≤ 0.002 3.07 copper mg/l ≤ 0.05 ≤ 0.2 ≤ 1 ≤ 5 ≤ 10 ≤ 0.05 3.08 nickel mg/l ≤ 0.04 ≤ 0.04 0.2 ≤ ≤ 1 ≤ 4 ≤ 0.05 3.09 mercury mg/l ≤ 0,0002 ≤ 0.001 ≤ 0.005 ≤ 0.02 ≤ 0.2 ≤ 0,0002 3.10 zinc mg/l ≤ 0.1 ≤ 0.4 ≤ 2 ≤ 5 ≤ 20 ≤ 0.1 3.11
Chlorid12)
mg/l
≤ 10
≤ 80
≤ 1 50013)
≤ 1 50013)
≤ 2 500
≤ 1014)
3.12
Sulfat12)
mg/l
≤ 50
≤ 10015)
≤ 2 00013)
≤ 2 00013)
≤ 5 000
≤ 5014)
3.13
Cyanid, leicht
freisetzbar
mg/l
≤ 0,01
≤ 0,01
≤ 0,1
≤ 0,5
≤ 1
 
3.14
Fluorid
mg/l
 
≤ 1
≤ 5
≤ 15
≤ 50
 
3.15
Barium
mg/l
 
≤ 2
≤ 513)
≤ 1013)
≤ 30
 
3.16
Chrom , gesamt
mg/l
 
≤ 0,05
≤ 0,3
≤ 1
≤ 7
≤ 0,03
3.17
Molybdän
mg/l
 
≤ 0,05
≤ 0,313)
≤ 113)
≤ 3
 
3.18a
Antimon16)
mg/l
 
≤ 0,006
≤ 0,0313)
≤ 0,0713)
≤ 0,5
 
3.18b
Antimon – Co-Wert16)
mg/l
 
≤ 0,1
≤ 0,1213)
≤ 0,1513)
≤ 1,0
 
3.19
Selen
mg/l
 
≤ 0,01
≤ 0,0313)
≤ 0,0513)
≤ 0,7
 
3.20
Gesamtgehalt an
gelösten Feststoffen12)
mg/l
≤400
≤400
≤3 000
≤6 000
≤10 000
 
3.21
elektrische
Leitfähigkeit
ΜS/cm ≤ 500 1) use of soil material from these areas is permitted in areas with increased due to nature or large settlement-related pollutant contents in soils which does not exceed the background levels of the area, as long as the function of the reclamation layer is unaffected.
2) number 1.01 can be applied equally to number 1.02.
3) an is exceeded the value of mapping with the consent of the competent authority during soil digging (waste key 17 05 04 and 20 02 02 after installation on the regulation of list of waste) and dredged material (waste key 17 05 06 according to the annex to the regulation of list of waste) allowed, if a) exceeding goes back only on natural components of soil excavation or of the excavator material, b) foreign ingredients make up no more than 5% by volume , c) in the case of the joint deposit of gypsum-containing waste DOC value maximum of 80 mg / l is d) landfill, the landfill section or the separate part of a landfill section only non-hazardous waste are deposited and e) measured to the requirements of this regulation, the common of good - will be unaffected.
(4) the Association value not valid for ash from Brown coal combustion, as well as for waste or landfill construction material replacement from high temperature processes; in particular wastes from the processing of slag, unprocessed slag, dust and sludges from the cleaning of exhaust gas from sinter plants, blast furnaces, shaft furnaces and steel mills of the iron and steel industry belong to the latter. For joint deposits with gypsum-containing waste should the TOC value in set 1 waste referred to or landfill construction material replacement amount to no more than 5% by mass. Exceeding this TOC-value is permitted, if the DOC value is maximum 80 mg / l.
(5) does not apply to asphalt on bitumen or tar-based.
(6) in the case of PAK held by more than 3 mg / kg point 3.2.2 is to prove that a value in the Säuleneluat at a liquid solid fabric ratio of 2:1 is not exceeded 0.2 µg/l using a column test according to annex 4.
(7) not required in asbestos-containing waste and waste, contain other hazardous mineral fibres.
(8) different pH values represent alone no criterion for exclusion. The cause to consider is exceeded or fallen below. Are however in landfills of class I and II hazardous waste deposited, the pH must be at least 6.0.
(9) the allocation value for DOC is also observed, if the waste or landfill material replacement complies with the Association value not at his own pH, but at a pH between 7.5 and 8.0.
(10) waste or landfill construction material replacement asbestos only to apply to, when they are stored or used together with hazardous waste.
(11) overruns of the DOC value to maximum 100 mg / l are allowed if on the landfill or landfill section no gypsum-containing waste and since 16 July 2005 only non-hazardous waste landfill construction material replacement deposited or be employed.
(12) number 3.20 can, except equivalent be applied to paragraphs 3.11 and 3.12 in the cases referred to in column 9 (reclamation layer).
(13) the mapping value is not valid, if the landfill or landfill section since July 16, 2005 only non-hazardous waste landfill construction material replacement deposited or be used.
(14) to investigate unless a soil material without mineral foreign components.
(15) excess sulphate value up to a value of 600 mg / l are allowed, if the value of 1 500 mg / l at L / S = the co value of the percolation test does not exceed 0.1 l / kg.
(16) overruns of the antimony value referred to in point 18a are permitted 3., if the co value of percolation test at L / S = 0,1 l / kg 3.18b is not exceeded by number.

Appendix 4 specifications for sampling (sampling, sample preparation and examination of waste and landfill material replacement) (to article 6, paragraph 2, article 8, paragraph 1, 3 and 5, § 23) (site: BGBl. I, 2009, 929-939; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) 1 technical qualification and accreditation is the sampling performed by persons who have the required expertise for the implementation of the sampling. The vocational skills can be demonstrated 98 through qualified education (studies etc.) or practical experience each in connection with a successful participation in a sample employee course according to PN. 1 competence at the sampler contrary set is sufficient for taking samples at the delivery of waste to landfill. The competence can be demonstrated by a successful participation in a sample employee training according to PN 98. For sampling waste types specific instruction of the Sampler by the accredited laboratory is required in addition to the vocational skills - or certificate of competence always. The signing of the Probenahmeprotokolls must be performed only by specialized. Sample testing should be done by independent, according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 August 2005 issue 2 correction may 2007, General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories; accredited inspection bodies perform.
2. sampling the sampling for the conduct of investigations has after the LAGA PN 98 - directive for the conduct of physical, chemical and biological investigations in connection with the recycling/elimination of waste, December 2001, ISBN: 978-3-503-07037-4, to be carried out. The sampling shall be recorded. The Probenahmeprotokolle are five years to save and to submit to the competent authority upon request.
3.
Determination of the total content in the solids as well as the eluierbaren share the determination of the mapping values listed in annex 3 is performed according to following procedures. Equivalent methods are allowed with the consent of the competent authority after the State of the art. As far as further, below mentioned parameters are to investigate, the authority sets the investigation. The limit of determination of a chosen method of analysis by at least a factor of three must be less than the value of the corresponding parameter. The calculation of detection and limit of quantification according to DIN 32645, November 2008 issue, chemical analysis - detection, capture and limit of determination under repeatability conditions-, concepts, procedures, evaluation.
3.1 determination of the total content in the solids 3.1.1 is specimen collection and preparation the sample of solid waste in accordance with DIN 19747, July 2009 issue (investigation of solids - sample preparation, preparation and purification for chemical, biological and physical studies) by districts, crushing and grinding to prepare so that from 5 to 50 kg a homogeneous sample is obtained from a sample of the output from 1 000 g. The sample of Pasty or muddy waste is by rolling to prepare so that from 5 to 50 kg a homogeneous sample is obtained from a sample of the output from 1 000 g. The dry weight of the sample shall be determined in accordance with paragraph 3.2.24. The specimen shall be recorded.
3.1.2 digestion procedure DIN EN 13657, January 2003 issue characterization of waste - digestion for subsequent determination of aqua regia soluble proportion of elements in waste.
3.1.3 of organic content of dry residue of the original substance 3.1.3.1 loss on ignition DIN EN 15169, May 2007 issue characterization of waste - determination of ignition loss in waste, sludge and sediments 3.1.3.2 TOC (total overall organic organic carbon - carbon) DIN EN 13137, issue December 2001 characterization of waste - determination of total organic carbon (TOC) in waste, sludge and sediments 3.1.4 BTEX (benzene, toluene, Ethylbenzene, o-, m) , p-xylene, styrene, Cumene) DIN 38407-9, Edition May 1991 German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Together detectable substance groups (Group F); Determination of benzene and some derivatives by gas chromatography (F9) alternative: manual legacy, vol. 7: methods of analysis; Part 4 - determination of BTEX/Naphthaline in solids from the old borne area, 2000 Edition, Hesse State Institute for environment and geology 3.1.5 PCB (polychlorinated biphenyls - total of 7 PCB congeners PCB 28, - 52, - 101, - 118, - 138, - 153, - 180) DIN EN 15308, Edition may 2008 characterization of waste - determination of selected polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in solid waste, under application of capillary gas chromatography with electron capture detection, or Massenspektrometrischer detection 3.1.6 petroleum hydrocarbons (C 10-C 40) DIN EN 14039 , Edition January 2005 characterization of waste - determination of the content of hydrocarbons c 10-C 40 by gas chromatography in conjunction with LAGA communication 35, determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in waste - investigations and analysis strategy (LAGA directive KW/04), stand: December 15, 2009, ISBN: 978-3-503-08396-1 3.1.7 PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) DIN ISO 18287, May 2006 issue soil - determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) - Gaschromatographisches procedure with proof by mass spectrometry (GC-MS) 3.1.8 density DIN 18125-2 , March 2011 edition of subsoil, investigation of soil samples - determination of the density of the soil - part 2: field trials 3.1.9 calorific value DIN EN 15170, may 2009 issue characterization of sludge - determination of the firing and calorific value 3.1.10 cadmium, chromium, copper, nickel, lead, zinc DIN ISO 11047, May 2003 Edition soil quality - determination of cadmium, chromium, cobalt, copper, lead, manganese, nickel and zinc in the aqua regia extract - Flammen-and electro-thermal atomabsorptionsspektrometrisches process alternative : DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) 3.1.11 mercury DIN EN ISO 12846, August 2012 issue water quality - determination of mercury - method by atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) with and without enrichment as an alternative: DIN EN ISO 17852 , April 2008 issue water quality - determination of mercury - extractable Lipophilic substances LAGA directive KW/04 - determination of hydrocarbon in waste - investigations and analysis strategy, short term method by Atomfluoreszenzspektrometrie 3.1.12: KW/04, stand: 15th December 2009 3.2 determination of contents in the eluate 3.2.1 Eluatherstellung 3.2.1.1 Eluatherstellung with liquid / solid material ratio 10/1 DIN EN 12457-4, January 2003 issue characterization of waste - leaching; Compliance investigation for the leaching of granular wastes and sludges - part 4: single-stage shaking procedures with a liquid / solid material ratio of 10 l / kg for materials with a particle size below 10 mm (without or with grain size reduction) 3.2.1.2 Eluatherstellung with each constant pH 4 and 11/acid neutralization capacity determination of Eluierbarkeit with aqueous media at constant pH - Chapter 5 of the working community of the country waste issued directive for the conduct of physical and chemical research of waste , contaminated soils and materials from the old borne area (LAGA directive EW 98), 2002, ISBN: 978-3-503-07038-1 3.2.2 percolation test in the upward current DIN 19528, January 2009 issue Elution of solids - percolation process for the joint investigation of the leaching of organic and inorganic substances alternative: DIN CEN/TS 14405, September 2004 issue characterization of waste - leaching behaviour - percolation test in the upward flow (under specified conditions) 3.2.3 pH DIN 38404-5, issue July 2009 German unit procedures to the water , Waste water and sludge analysis - physical and physical chemical parameters (Group C) - part 5: determination of pH (5 C) 3.2.4 DOC (dissolved organic carbon) 3.2.4.1 DOC DIN EN 1484, Edition August 1997 water analysis - guidance for the determination of total organic carbon (TOC) and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 3.2.4.2 DOC at a pH between 7.5 and 8 determination of Eluierbarkeit with aqueous media at constant pH - Chapter 5 of the directive for the conduct of physical and chemical research of waste , contaminated soils and materials from the old borne area - production and investigation of aqueous Eluates (LAGA directive EW 98), 2002, ISBN: 978-3-503-07038-1 3.2.5 phenols DIN 38409-16, Edition June 1984 German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Summary impact and fabric parameters (Group H); Determination of the phenol index (16 H) alternative: DIN EN ISO 14402, issue December 1999 water quality - determination of the phenol index with the flow analysis (FIA and CFA) 3.2.6 arsenic DIN EN ISO 11969, Edition November 1996 determination of arsenic - atomic absorption spectrometry (hydride technique) alternative: DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885 , Edition September 2009 water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 15586, February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative: DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items 3.2.7 lead DIN EN ISO 15586, February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative : DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items alternatively: DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) 3.2.8 cadmium DIN EN ISO 15586 , February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative: DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items alternatively: DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue
Water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) 3.2.9 copper DIN EN ISO 15586, February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative: DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items alternatively: DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative : DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) 3.2.10 nickel DIN EN ISO 15586, February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative: DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items alternatively: DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative : DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) 3.2.11 mercury DIN EN ISO 12846, August 2012 issue water quality - determination of mercury - method by atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) with and without enrichment as an alternative: DIN EN ISO 17852, April 2008 issue water quality - determination of mercury - method by Atomfluoreszenzspektrometrie 3.2.12 zinc DIN EN ISO 15586, February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative : DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items alternatively: DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) 3.2.13 chloride DIN EN ISO 10304-1 , July 2009 issue water quality - determination of dissolved anions by liquid ion chromatography Part 1: determination of bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, and sulfate as an alternative: DIN 38405-1, edition of December 1985 German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Anions (Group D) - determination of chloride ions (D 1) alternatively: DIN EN ISO 15682, January 2002 issue water quality - determination of chloride by means of flow analysis (CFA and FIA) and photometric or potentiometric detection 3.2.14 sulfate DIN EN ISO 10304-1, edition July 2009 water quality - determination of dissolved anions by liquid ion chromatography Part 1: determination of bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate and sulfate alternative: DIN 38405-5 , Edition January 1985 German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Anions (Group D) - determination of sulfate ion (D 5) 3.2.15 cyanide, easily freisetzbar DIN 38405-13, issue April 2011 German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation - anions (Group D) - Part 13: determination of cyanides (D 13) sulfide-containing waste is the determination according to DIN ISO 17380, soil quality - determination of total cyanide and cyanide easily releasable - handle continuous flow analysis as an alternative Edition May 2006 : DIN EN ISO 14403-1, Edition October 2012 water quality - determination of total cyanide and free cyanide by flow analysis (FIA and CFA) - part 1: German standard method for water, wastewater and sludge investigation method by flow injection analysis (FIA) 3.2.16 fluoride DIN 38405-4, issue July 1985; Anions (Group D); Determination of fluoride (D 4) alternatively: DIN July 2009 part EN ISO 10304-1, output water quality - determination of dissolved anions by liquid ion chromatography 1: determination of bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate and sulphate 3.2.17 ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with barium DIN inductively coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) alternative : DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items 3.2.18 chromium, total soil DIN ISO 22036, Edition June 2009 - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) alternative : DIN EN ISO 15586, February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative: DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items 3.2.19 molybdenum DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885 , Edition September 2009 water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items 3.2.20 antimony DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) alternative : DIN EN ISO 15586, February 2004 issue water quality - determination of trace elements by means of atomic absorption spectrometry with a graphite tube-process alternative: DIN 38405-32, May 2000 issue German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Anions (Group D) - determination of antimony by means of atomic absorption spectrometry (D 32) alternatively: DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items 3.2.21 selenium DIN ISO 22036, June 2009 Edition of soil quality - determination of trace elements in soil extracts by Atomic emission spectroscopy with inductive coupled plasma (ICP-AES) alternative: DIN EN ISO 11885, September 2009 issue water quality - determination of selected elements by inductively coupled plasma Atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) alternative : DIN EN ISO 17294-2, Edition February 2005 water quality - application of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) - part 2: determination of 62 items 3.2.22 total content of dissolved solids DIN EN 15216, January 2008 - issue characterization of waste - determination of the total content of dissolved solids (TDS) in water and Eluates alternative: DIN 38409-1, Edition January 1987 German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Summary impact and fabric parameters (Group H); Determination of total dry residue, filtrate dry residue and of the solid residue (H 1) alternatively: DIN 38409-2, Edition March 1987 German unit procedures for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Summary impact and fabric parameters (Group H); Determination of the filterable substances and solid residue (H 2) 3.2.23 conductivity of the eluate DIN EN 27888, Edition November 1993 water quality - determination of the electrical conductivity of 3.2.24 determination of dry residue of DIN EN 14346, March 2007 issue characterization of waste - calculation of dry matter by determination of dry residue or water content 3.3 biological degradability of the dry residue of the original substance 3.3.1 breathability, determined over 4 days in the laboratory (AT4) : This test method is only applicable for waste, which have a pH in the range of pH 6.8 to pH 8.2. Waste with different pH values the biological degradability of the dry residue of the original substance is referred to in point 3.3.2.
3.3.1.1 test device: The determination of the AT4 is carried out with a Sapromat, Respiromat or an equivalent device. All deviations from the following method should be documented.
3.3.1.2 temperature: 20 ± 1 ° C in a temperature-controlled water bath or air space.
3.3.1.3 samples storage:
Within 48 hours after sampling, the sample formats must be completed and the test can be started. During this period, temperatures above 4 ° C are allowed for 24 hours. This approach is not to ensure the specimen within 24 hours of sampling at 18 - 20 ° c is to freeze. Freezing of the sample shall be documented in the evaluation. The gentle thawing of the specimen should be 24 hours, while the temperature must not exceed 20 ° C.
3.3.1.4 sample preparation: The original sample is in its entirety moist to a particle size less than or equal to shred 10 mm. If necessary can impurities (stones, glass and metals) are removed before chopping. Their mass units are taken into account in the evaluation of the experiment.
3.3.1.5. setting of the water content: 300 g of the prepared sample are moistened with 300 ml tap water and transformed into the equipment as described in image 1. A low pressure of approx. 100 000 PA (water jet vacuum) is created and held for 30 minutes after placing the lid and seal. The volume of the filtered water is to determine and to withdraw from the 300 ml given to tap water. The water mass so determined is to admit the part of the sample, which is installed in the test apparatus.
The water content of a sample on the measured water content, so the sample without further moisten in the picture is 1 described apparatus to convict, to expose the vacuum in the suction filter for 30 minutes and to incorporate into the test apparatus.
Devices: Filter flask, vacuum-tight, content 1 to 2 liters, with a rubber cone filter filter, diameter 120 mm, filter plate (P1), content 1 litre version with vertical sides aluminium plate, diameter equal internal diameter suction filter vacuum pump and vacuum gauge fig. 1: apparatus for the setting of the water content 3.3.1.6 sample: 40 g inserted sample, which was set to the above identified water content.
3.3.1.7 number of parallel approaches: The samples are tested in three parallel approaches.
3.3.1.8 the length of trials and evaluation: The evaluation period is four days and starts after the initial lag time. The lag time is finished, if the average oxygen consumption, expressed as three hour mean value, is 25 percent of the value, resulting as a three-hour average in the area of the largest rise of in oxygen consumption during the first four days.
The mass of oxygen consumed in the lag time will be deducted from the mass of oxygen consumed in the entire experiment duration (lag time plus four days) and may be no more than 10 percent of the total. Otherwise, the provision may not be counted.
The measured values are to capture every hour.
The length of the trials are to represent the analysis function and the three hour average values on the X-axis (in hours) and on the Y-axis the accumulated mass of oxygen (in mg O2 per g dry matter) applied.
3.3.1.9. indication of the result: The result is given with two significant digits in mg O2 per g dry matter. There are the mean and standard deviation to specify. A single value of triple determination differs more than 20 percent from the average, the value is so as to eliminate outliers. The new average is calculated from the two remaining values.
3.3.2 gas formation, determined for 21 days in the laboratory (GB21): 3.3.2.1 General information: the fermentation test is on basis of DIN 38414-8, edition of June 1985, German standard method for water, wastewater and sludge investigation; Sludge and sediments (Group S); Determination of lazy behavior (S8) with modifications (see paragraphs 3.3.2.4 until 3.3.2.11) performed. All deviations from the following method should be documented.
3.3.2.2 experimental set-up and gas measurement: an apparatus used for the implementation of the provision according to figure 2. "It consists of a Eudiometerrohr (B) with a volume of 300 to 400 ml, which is graduated (5 ml scale Division value) from top to bottom and with a glass cut on the stand bottle (A), volume about 500 ml is placed. A connection tube (C), which allows entry into the tube the digester gas developed in the State bottle goes through the bottom of the Eudiometerrohres. The connection pipe is held by four attached glass rods in the position (S). At the bottom of the Eudimeterrohres a glass olive is attached, of a sufficiently long sized hose connection (F) to a level vessel (G) made of glass or plastic (volume at least 750 ml) leads. At the upper end of the Eudiometerrohres is attached to the removal of gas samples and to adjust the zero point (D). a cone valve (H)" [DIN 38414-8, page 3 (output June 1985)]
"Sealing liquid: 30 ml of sulphuric acid, H2SO4 (p = 1,84 g / ml), are given to 1 l distilled water;" in this mix 200 g of sodium sulphate Decahydrate, Na2SO4 be under slight warming * 10 H2O, solved. The solution is red-orange colored solved by adding a few drops of methyl Orange solution (0.1 g methyl Orange sodium salt) in 100 ml of distilled water. The barrier fluid is to be kept at room temperature. At low temperatures sodium sulphate can crystallize out, that first must be returned by heating the mixture in solution." [DIN 38414-8, page 3, Edition June 1985]
"The State bottle (A) is using the specified..." Amount of sample, vaccination mud and water "... filled; the air contained in the cylinder is replaced with nitrogen and the Eudiometerrohr (B) applied. With the help of the level tube (G), the level of locking fluid to the 0 mark is set with the open tap (H) of the Eudiometerrohres. "There must definitely not blocking fluid into the connecting tube (C) and thus..." the tasting room "... kick over. The vessel of level of must be about a quarter full. Then closes the valve (H). (A) State bottle with the..." Sample mixture "... is to be kept in the dark. Developed gas volume will be reading each Niveaugleichheit of the sealing liquid with the Eudiometerrohr and vascular of level of, after previously was reversed the stand the cylinder (A) carefully." [DIN 38414-8, page 5, Edition June 1985]
"At every reading of the gas volume in the Eudiometerrohr shall be determined to convert the volume of gas on the standard state temperature and air pressure. The level of the sealing liquid is set - depending on the gas development - after each or after multiple readings at an open valve (H) to 0; While no air can be sucked in through the tap (H)." [DIN 38414-8, page 5, Edition June 1985]
A stand bottle containing mud sample contents 500 ml B Eudiometerrohr, content 300 to 400 ml, diameter 30 to 35 mm, scale Division value 5 ml C connecting pipe, diameter 6 mm D zero Mark E pegs or plastic spacer or hole connection between coat of Eudiometerrohres and connecting tube hose connector G level of vessel contents of min. 750 ml F H disposable cone valve, such as chicks picture 2: apparatus for determining the rotten behavior of sludge after DIN 38414-8 , Page 6, June 1985 3.3.2.3 temperature: 35 ± 1 ° C in the temperature-controlled water bath or air space [according to DIN 38414-8, issue June 1985].
3.3.2.4 samples storage: 48 hours after sampling the sample formats must be completed and the test can be started. During this period, temperatures above 4 ° C are allowed for 24 hours. This approach is not to ensure the specimen within 24 hours of sampling at 18 - 20 ° c is to freeze. Freezing of the sample shall be documented in the evaluation. The gentle thawing of the specimen should be 24 hours, while the temperature must not exceed 35 ° C.
3.3.2.5 sample preparation: The original sample is in its entirety moist to a particle size less than or equal to shred 10 mm. If necessary can impurities (stones, glass and metals) are removed before chopping. Their mass units are taken into account in the evaluation of the experiment.
3.3.2.6 vaccination mud: "vaccination sludge digested sludge from a municipal wastewater treatment plant which is inferior to any measurable inhibition during the digestion and stopped about a month under the following conditions suitable. He must contain no rough parts and to produce minimal gas. It is appropriate that a larger volume (approximately 10 litres) of the inoculation sludge with about 5 percent dry residue under anaerobic conditions in a closed system (35 ± 1) ° C to keep ready to perform a larger number of investigations at the same time. In the latter case is to ensure that the ambient temperature is subject to no major fluctuations (such as coverage of the apparatus by a dome etc.). A small percentage of the volume of lazy enabled substances (0.1 per cent) in the form of raw sludge can be used to further storage every two weeks the inoculation sludge. The raw mud must be free from toxic substances and should contain no larger parts. Mix thoroughly after each addition. This inoculation sludge may be used until 1 week after the last raw sludge addition for the experimental approach." [DIN 38414-8, page 4, Edition June 1985] 3.3.2.7 MN: 50 g of the prepared sample is inserted in the apparatus. Samples are spiked with 50 ml inoculation sludge and populated the approach with tap water to 300 ml.
3.3.2.8 reference approach:
Microcrystalline cellulose is used for controlling the formation of gas of the inoculation sludge. This are cellulose 1 g with 50 ml inoculation sludge and populated the approach with tap water to 300 ml. The reference approach can be stirred throughout the duration of the trial.
The reference approach, at least 400 NL/kg must be achieved, otherwise discard the results are and the test conditions and the inoculation sludge must be checked.
3.3.2.9 Ph: The pH of the test approach must be measured at the beginning and end.
A pH below or by 8.2 exceeded 6.8, the provision may not be considered. The pH is exceeded at the beginning or below and an alkalizing (sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide) or hydrochloric acid used to adjust the pH value to lower the pH value, so this is in the indication of the result document.
3.3.2.10 number of parallel approaches: The samples are tested in three parallel approaches.
Inoculation sludge and cellulose are examined in two parallel approaches.
3.3.2.11 test and evaluation: The qualified gas volumes determined analog DIN 38414-8, no. 10, issue June 1985: template for data collection and calculation for each approach is table 1. With the following equation is the calculation of the standard volume of gas formed in the individual time periods making: VO = V ·
(PL - PW) · TO
 
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PO · T formula 1 according to DIN 38414-8, page 8, issue June 1985 VO gas volume, in ml V-formed gas volume, in ml PL air pressure at the time of the reading, in PW mbar vapour pressure of water at the temperature of the surrounding area, in mbar TO standard temperature, TO = 273 K PO standard pressure PO 1 013 mbar T = temperature of the gas or the surrounding area, in K table 1 pattern for the evaluation of the test [according to DIN 38414-8 [, Page 9 (issue June 1985)] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 date time qualified gas volume V ml temperature T K vapor pressure of water PW mbar air pressure PL mbar standard volume VO NML the experimental protocol is 1 table for each scheduled mix from the sample (vo≡ VP), to lead the reference approach (vo≡ Board) and the inoculation sludge (vo≡ VIS). The accrued volume of gas will gradually accumulate in the order of readings. Changes of dead volume, due to changing temperature and pressure conditions between the readings, are irrelevant and can be ignored for this reason (DIN 38414-8). The gas volume of the sample, as well as of the inoculation sludge (as the arithmetic mean of the double approach) in table 2 are to enter for further calculation. The net gas (UN) of the sample volume for same test periods as the difference of the gas volumes of sample and the arithmetic means of the dual approach for the inoculation sludge. The specific gas formation VS the specimen during the test period is calculated from reading to reading gradually according to the equation: VS = ∑Vn · 102
 
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m · WT formula 2 according to DIN 38414-8, page 8, issue June 1985 VS specific, related to the dry matter of the qualified gas volume during the trial period, in l/kg ∑Vn qualified net gas volume for the considered the length of trials in ml m mass of the sample, in g WT of the sample, as a percentage of dry matter table 2 pattern for determining the gas formation, calculated on the dry product, [according to DIN 38414-8 [, Page 10, Edition June 1985] 1 2 3 4 5 test duration d sum of the standard volumes VP NML pro rata from the inoculation sludge developed standard volume VIS NML net gas volume of the sample (column 2 - column 3) UN NML specific gas formation, based on the VS NL/kg dry matter reference for the formation of the gas is the dry mass of the specimen [NL/kg TS].
The evaluation period is 21 days and starts after the initial lag time. The lag time is finished, if the average gas formation, expressed as three day average, is 25 percent of the value, resulting as a three-days average in the area of the biggest climb of gas-formation function within the first 21 days.
The volume of the gas in the lag time will be deducted from the volume of the gas in the entire experiment duration (lag time plus 21 days) and may be no more than 10 percent of the total. Otherwise, the provision may not be counted.
To reach the maximum ratio of gas formation is to be read off each working day.
The length of the trials are to represent the analysis function and the three day average values on the X-axis (in days) and on the Y-axis, the accumulated gas volumes (NL/kg dry matter) applied.
3.3.2.12 indication of the result: The result is given with two significant digits in NL/kg dry matter. There are the mean and the standard deviation of triple determination to specify. A single value of triple determination differs more than 20 percent from the average, the value is so as to eliminate outliers. The new average is calculated from the two remaining values.
The result for the reference approach is to specify.
4. assessment of the measurement results during inspections and check-ups according to article 8 paragraph 3 and 5 apply the eligibility and allocation criteria referred to in annex 3 to this Regulation as met if 1 the deviation of the measured value of the examined parameter of the mapping value that for the landfill in the regulatory decision according to section 21 or in the case referred to in annex 3, paragraph 2 of this regulation has been set, does not exceed the value of the maximum permissible deviation of the table below, and 2. the median of all readings of the last 24 months the corresponding mapping value met has, number 2 of this regulation established for the landfill in the regulatory decision according to section 21 or in some cases pursuant to annex 3.
Parameters in accordance with annex 3 number 2 maximum allowable deviation *) loss on ignition 100 percent TOC 100% condensing (Ho) 1 000 kJ/kg DM other solid fabric criteria each 100% pH 1.0 pH unit Eluatkriterien each other 100 percent parameter: Eluatkriterien solids total content 100 percent AT4 and GB21 each 50 per cent notwithstanding sentence 1 apply in checks and check-ups for mechanically biologically treated waste the allocation criteria for the following parameters as still held , if a parameter while exceeds the listed value of the assignment, but this Association value not exceeded by the percentile P80 of all measured values and the median of all readings of the last 24 months the appropriate mapping value met has, which was set for the landfill in the regulatory decision according to article 21 of this Regulation: 1 TOC: = 21% by mass 2. DOC: = 600 mg / l of 3 AT4: = 10 mg / g of 4 GB21 : = 30 l / kg 5. condensing (Ho) = 7 000 kJ/kg DM.
5. notices of expert bodies expert posts notices referred to in this annex are laid down in archive terms secured at the German patent and trade mark Office in Munich. There appeared: 1. ISO standards, EN and DIN standards in the Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin.
2. LAGA release 32, LAGA PN 98 - directive for the conduct of physical, chemical and biological investigations in connection with the recycling/disposal of waste, as of December 2001, Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-503-07037-4 3 LAGA communication 33, LAGA EW 98 - directive for the conduct of physical and chemical investigations of waste, contaminated soils and materials from the old borne area - production and investigation of aqueous Eluates - Chapter 5 determination of Eluierbarkeit with aqueous media at constant pH (abbreviation EW 98 p) , Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin, ISBN was 2002,: 978-3-503-07038-1 4 LAGA release 35, determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in waste - examination and analysis strategy (short term KW/04), stand: December 2009, Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-503-08396-1 5 manual legacy, vol. 7: methods of analysis; Part 4 - determination of BTEX/Naphthaline in solids from the old borne area, 2000 Edition, Publisher: Hessian State Institute for environment and geology.
) With parameters that are specified in percent: relative deviation option.

Annex 5 information, documentation, controls, operation (§ 4 number 2, the articles 9, 10 paragraph 2, article 11, paragraph 2, article 12 paragraph 1 to 3, article 13 paragraph 1 to 3 and 5, § 17 paragraph 2, § 23 set 1) (site: BGBl. I 2009, 940-946, regarding the details of the changes see footnote) 1 information and documentation 1.1 operating regulations the operating regulations has to contain the provisions necessary for safe and proper operation. It also applies to users of the landfill and must be prominently displayed at a suitable place in the entrance area of the landfill.
1.2 are described in the operating manual manual set: 1 for normal operation, maintenance and malfunction for a welfare-friendly deposit of waste and measures necessary for the operational safety of the landfill, arising from the alarm and emergency plans to vote, 2 are carry out measures according to article 12, paragraph 4, which exceeded the trigger levels, 3. the duties and responsibilities of the personnel, the work instructions , the control and maintenance and information, documentation, and archiving requirements.
1.3 cadastre of waste
A landfill or landfill section of class I, II or III is divided into grid, which may have not more than 2 500 m2 area for waste with different composition. Larger screen widths are allowed for waste with consistent composition. For a landfill of class IV in a mine is to divide the landfill or the landfill section in deposition Chambers. For a landfill of class IV in a cavern, the landfill in height grid is to divide, which may have 10 m height maximum for waste with different composition.
The landfill operator has to record at least the following information for the waste deposited in each grid or on each deposition Chamber or landfill construction material replacement in the waste land: 1 mass, waste code and designation of waste according to annex to the list of waste regulation, waste origin, 2nd place of deposit / installation (specifying the grid numbers or entry of the deposition Chamber numbers), 3 kind of deposit / installation, 4 time deposit / installation.
1.4 operating diary the operation journal has all essential data for the dump to include, in particular: 1. waste cadastre, 2. Basic characterization of the delivered waste or landfill construction material replacement and the key parameter set, 3. Protocols or declarations after § 8 paragraph 3, 4. information to the adoption of control pursuant to § 8 paragraph 4, 5. results of the examination according to article 8, paragraph 5, as well as specifying the measures lack match of the waste or landfill construction material replacement with the details of the basic characterization or refraining from check-ups according to § 8, paragraph 5 the Declaration of the waste generator, 6 information on type, quantity and origin of rejected waste or landfill construction material replacement, 7 protocols of the acceptance of the equipment necessary for the operation of deposit, 8 incident, in particular operating errors, which can affect the proper deposit, including possible causes and remedial measures taken, 9 the results of other systems - and fabric-related controls (internal and external controls).
To comply with the requirements pursuant to sentence 1 is accessible back on evidence and register according to the regulation and records after the disposal compartment operating regulation, insofar as they contain the necessary information. The operation journal is to create secure document. It can be viewed at any time by the competent authority.
2nd annual report consists of the annual report: 1 master data (point 2.1), 2. evaluation of measurements and controls, as well as representation of the results (section 2.2), 3. explanation to the landfill behaviour (point 2.3), 4 evaluation adopted and delivered waste (point 2.4).
2.1 master data is master data: 1. name, address, telephone number, fax number and E-Mail address of the landfill, the landfill operator, the owner of the landfill (if different) and of the contact person or the contact person and the operator of auxiliary equipment on the landfill, 2nd layer name of the landfill and the approved catchment area, 3 times and capacities, 4. approved kinds of waste with designation and waste codes, if necessary approved landfill construction material replacement, 5 geological barrier and bottom sealing and if necessary technical improvements or vertical sealing , carried out 6 applications of landfill construction material replacement, 7 carried out surface waterproofing, temporary covers and end covers, percolated 8 - and Oberflächenwasserfassungs - and -treatment facilities, 9 measuring points and measuring equipment referred to in point 3.1, 10 Deponiegasfassungs-and-behandlungs - or -treatment facilities, 11 waste treatment facilities and intermediate storage, 12 auxiliary equipment (such as flares, CHP), 13 other infrastructure facilities (such as railway, truck scale, tank system), 14 short description of granted, requested, and, where appropriate, planned approvals for the operation of the landfill with the date and type of the notification , 15 map with representation of all relevant monitoring and indication of the direction of groundwater flow.
The annual report has 1 number 1 to 15 at landfills of the classes 0, I, II and III the master data pursuant to sentence, to contain the master data at landfills of class IV pursuant to sentence 1 number 1 to 5, 9 (only groundwater measuring stations) and 11 to 15. Changes compared to the previous year, only the updated master data are to begin, the rest can the master data of the previous report be referenced.
2.2 evaluation of measurements and controls as well as presentation of the results of the operator of a landfill of class I, II or III according to section 3.2 and table 1 measured data to evaluate and at least the following criteria and relationships to place, to take into account time and necessary deposit process and to represent: 1 rainfall - seepage quantities, 2. leachate amount and composition including freight estimation, 3. groundwater quality - compliance with the trigger levels , 4. characteristic cross sections of the landfill with the current and approved installation heights, as well as the heights of last year. Determination of the residual volume, 5. temperature profiles at the base, 6 goals, deformation and slope of the drainage pipes on the landfill base, 7 goals and setting speed of the landfill surface and if necessary of the landfill body, 8 ducted gas quantities and qualities, 9 emissions over the surface of the landfill and gas concentrations in the vicinity of the landfill, 10 results of navigation of the camera in the leachate pipes /-bays.
Sentence 1 shall apply for the operator of a landfill of class 0 or IV with the proviso that only the criteria and relationships into account and to represent are according to no. 3.
About the evaluation of data, the time course of landfill behavior from the beginning of the deposition phase should be represented and compared with the assumptions made in the waste-legal authorisation. By way of derogation the beginning of the presentation can be confined at a landfill located on July 16, 2009 in the deposition phase, for the last six years prior to this date.
2.3 Declaration to the landfill behaviour of the landfill operator has to assess the condition of the landfill on the basis of the criteria evaluated in section 2.2 and contexts and to explain that the landfill is in a happy state. Otherwise, he has to represent, whether and which measures required are or have been initiated or taken.
2.4 evaluation of adopted and the waste of the landfill operator has an evaluation according to type, quantity and origin of calculated based on the six waste disposal key according to the annex to the regulation of list of waste to create the sum of received in the year under review and the waste. The evaluation is to differentiate according to the following criteria: 1 on the landfill deposited waste, 2. on the landfill of construction within recycled waste, 3 discharged waste for recycling, 4. discharged waste for disposal.
3. measuring devices to secure measurements and controls 3.1 measuring equipment of the operator of a landfill which class I, II or III has 0, in paragraphs 1 to 6, the operator of a landfill of class IV the measuring equipment required for the measurements referred to in paragraph 1 and controls to produce at least for that and to maintain functional or providing the data: 1. groundwater monitoring with at least one measuring point in the groundwater to flow and a sufficient number of measuring points , but at least two measuring points, in the groundwater downflow of the landfill; the groundwater measuring stations must provide information on the groundwater body, which could be affected by the deposit of waste (does not apply to landfills of class 0, where not only contaminated soil is deposited).
2. monitoring of the objectives and deformations of landfill sealing systems required pursuant to annex 1.
3. monitoring the goals and deformations as well as filling conditions of the landfill body. Results of the data analysis by air or satellite monitoring is accessible back.
4. quantity and quality of effluent in a layer of drainage according to annex 1 following and other coming from surfaces combined waste water (surface water). If capturing quantities of surface water represents an not proportionate burden, it eliminates this with the approval of the competent authority.
5. following meteorological data acquisition: a) precipitation, b) temperature, c) wind direction and speed, d) evaporation.
The acquisition of meteorological stations in a comparable location in the environment are accessible back.
6. monitoring of landfill gas and landfill gas emissions pursuant to paragraph 7.
As far as on the basis of Regulation (EC) No 166 / 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 January 2006 on the establishment of a European pollutant release and transfer register and amending directives 91/689/EEC and 96/61/EC (OJ L 33 of 4.2.2006, S. 1) an emission Declaration of pollutant emissions emanating from the landfill to dispose of, and the emissions on the basis of measurements have been identified, has to keep this in mind the landfill operators to create and maintain the conditions pursuant to sentence 1.
3.2 measuring and control program
The operator of a landfill of class 0, I, II or III has in the table number 1 to 5, the operator of a landfill of class IV perform in the table number 3 and 6 these checks and measurements in the frequency of therein or carried out, as far as these measurements and checks pursuant to this regulation are prescribed. The persons responsible for carrying out the checks and measurements must have the necessary material and technical qualification. With the consent of the competent authority, deviations can be set at landfill or landfill sections of scope and frequency of inspections carried out pursuant to sentence 1 and measurements.
Table No. measurement/control frequency/display Ablagerungs-and aftercare phase 1 decommissioning phase meteorological data 1.1 rainfall daily, as day checksum value daily, summed up to monthly figures 1.2 temperature (min., max., to 14:00 o'clock CET / 15:00 CEST) daily Monatsdurch-cut worth 1.3 wind direction and velocity of the prevailing wind every day not required 1.4 evaporation daily daily adds to month values 2 emission data 2.1 leachate amount daily, as the tag checksum value BI-2.2 composition of Sickerwassers1) quarterly semi-annually 2.3 quantity and composition of the Oberflächenwassers1) quarterly semi-annually 2.4 Active aggregate quantity of gas and
Composition (CH4, CO2, O2, N2, selected trace gases) quantity of gas daily as the tag checksum value. Composition once a month; selected trace gases once half-yearly quantity of gas a week as half-year total value; Composition once every six months 2.5 effectiveness checks of the Entgasung2) weekly or bi-BI-2.6 odour emissions, odour problems with odour problems 3 groundwater data 3.1 groundwater levels halbjährlich3) halbjährlich3) 3.2 basic water quality / control of the Auslöseschwellen4) 4 quarterly, half-yearly data on the landfill body 4.1 legislative measurements and Stabilitätsuntersuchungen5) 6) annually annually 4.2 structure and composition of the Deponiekörpers7) annually 5 sealing systems 5.1 deformation of Basisabdichtungssystems6) 8) annually every year 5.2 testing of drainage pipes and the associated manholes through navigation of the camera annually annually 5.3 temperatures in the Deponiebasisabdichtungs-system9) location-specific frequency location-specific frequency 5.4 functionality and deformation of the Oberflächenabdichtungssystems5) 6) jährlich2) annually 5.5 seal control quarterly quarterly 6 under day landfill altitude of the upper edge of the filling column to annex 2 number 3.2 not relevant jährlich10) 1) the parameters to be measured are to be defined in the approval of the landfill. Except for the frequency of checks is the LAGA-release 28 "technical rules for the monitoring of primary and leachate - and surface water, and surface waters at waste disposal facilities - Syed 98 part 1: landfill" (as of 1999 - with editorial changes by February 2008), Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-503-05094-9, to keep in mind.
(2) organoleptic controls are carried weekly by the landfill operators on outstanding sections of the landfill. Temporarily or permanently covered or sealed off sections of the landfill or landfill, the landfill operator has the effectiveness of any degassing or residual gas oxidation every six months by means of measurements with flame ionization detector to control laser absorption spectrometry or by means of other equivalent procedures on the surface of the landfill and gas levels in the vicinity of landfill.
(3) the groundwater levels are to measure at least at each sampling for the determination of groundwater quality. In strongly fluctuating water level measurements are more frequently to make.
(4) it is making a baseline measurement prior to the deposition phase, which includes at least the parameters of the leachate to be expected. Then, the parameters to be measured on the basis of the composition of the leachate and groundwater quality arise. By the Working Group of the country waste issued technical rules for the monitoring of groundwater, leachate - and surface water, as well as surface waters at waste disposal facilities (LAGA directive Syed 98, part 1: landfills) ISBN was 1999 - with editorial changes by February 2008,: 978-3-50305094-9, are to be observed.
(5) legislative measurements are carried out on representative sections of the landfill.
(6) the measurement results must also when changing the measuring procedure can be compared with each other and can be displayed as a series of contour lines. If larger deviations from the forecasts of the legislative to clarify the causes and correct forecasts.
(7) data for the stock plan of the relevant landfill: surface that is covered with waste, volume and composition of the waste, types of deposit, time and duration of the deposit, calculate the remaining residual capacity of the landfill.
(8) height measurements of seepage pipes in the drainage system or pipes laid specially for this purpose.
(9) continuous temperature profiles of the pipe material measured at the top of drainage pipes; up to 5 m coverage every six months afterward only for incidents, which to a significant warming of the landfill body occurs as landfill fires landfill aeration.
(10) after 20 years without a striking finding, a five check is sufficient.
4. waste disposal in a landfill of class 0, I, II, or III of the operator of a landfill of class 0, I, II or III has to ensure at least the following: waste or landfill construction material replacement, that much dust, are 1 to handle that no significant emissions emanate from them. VDI guideline, VDI 3790 part 2, contains notes to reduce the dust emissions (issue December 2000 - environmental meteorology - emissions of gases, odours and dusts from diffuse sources, such as landfills, Beuth Verlag, Berlin).
2. non-packaged waste containing dangerous mineral fibres, must be sufficiently sprinkles before it can come to a fiber spread. You are before any compression, to cover every working day, but at least with suitable materials.
3. wrapped asbestos-containing waste, as well as packaged waste containing other dangerous mineral fibres, are before any compression, at least once a week, covering it with appropriate materials. Paragraph 2 applies to waste in damaged packaging accordingly.
4. the landfill is to rebuild, that no adverse reactions of waste or landfill construction material replacement take place with each other or with the leachate. In particular to ensure is that temperature developments in the landfill body will not lead to adverse effects of the landfill-technical facilities. If necessary, draining or separate entgasende areas for waste, where reactions to get are pursuant to sentence 1, to set up are separated.
5. be mushy, Pasty and muddy waste is deposited, to take care is that the waste deposit conditions dehydrate and consolidate or solidify, so not to get is taking account of landfill construction a compromising of the stability of the landfill body and the function of the drainage system of the bottom sealing is not affected.
6. the waste or landfill construction material replacement have to be in the landfill cavity-arm. The installation has to be that low in the long term objectives of the landfill body are to be expected.
7. the landfill body must be stable in themselves and in relation to its surroundings in all filling conditions. To do this, the landfill operator has to conduct a verification of the stability. If the stability of sealing components based on the effect of not permanently resistant building materials, evidence must reveal also the duration of the proven stability. The accuracy of the planning assumptions of in particular the waste characteristics for the verification of stability can be checked regularly.
5. waste disposal in a landfill of the operator of a landfill of the class class IV IV has to ensure at least the following: waste that is dusting, are 1 to handle and store, that no emissions emanate from them.
2. to promote waste in a pumpable State in the deposit area, they are so to condition that they achieve the required final strength after the deposit.
3. to guarantee of a trouble-free operation of funding, appropriate precautions against clogging the filling line are to meet.
4. waste must not themselves react after deposit. The different wastes reactions to exclude possible or not, are are either in separate cavities to deposit or in the cavities are through structural measures to create separate sections. This also applies to waste that are deposited in containers.
6 leachate of landfill operators must minimize the amount of leachate, as this is possible under the State of the art. A drainage layer is 2.2 table according to annex 1 number 1 number 4 built, the landfill operator has to cover the resulting leachate and to control table number pursuant to section 3.2 2.1 and 2.2. Broad leachate and possible residues of a leachate treatment are correct in accordance with Annex 51 of sewage regulation to dispose of, as far as it is not infiltrated into the landfill body according to § 25 paragraph 4.
7 landfill gas
Landfill gas is produced on a landfill on the basis of biological degradation processes in relevant quantities, has the operator of a landfill of class I, II or III to this landfill gas in the deposit phase and to treat, energetically to exploit. Landfill gas collection, treatment and recycling are carried out according to the State of the art. Quantity and quality of landfill gas are to examine table point 2.4 according to point 3.2. By way of derogation from sentence 1 the landfill operator with the consent of the competent authority may waive the version of lower residual emissions of landfill gas. In this case he has to prove that the methane contained in the landfill gas before discharge to the atmosphere largely is oxidized to the competent authority.
8 nuisances and hazards of the landfill operator has measures to take following harassment emanating from the landfill and to minimize hazards: 1. smell and dust emissions, 2. fires, 3. aerosol formation, 4 birds, vermin, insects, 5. noise and traffic.
The landfill is to run a public roads and surrounding areas will avoid that. Should there still be dirt, the landfill operator has to ensure immediately for their elimination.
9 courses for the training of management personnel the training courses for the training of management personnel must give at least knowledge of the following areas: 1 rules of waste law and other legislation applicable to the waste-legal activities, 2. landfill construction, operation,-stilllegung and - aftercare, 3. environmental impacts and other dangers and annoyances that can go out of landfills, and measures for their prevention or elimination, 4. type and characteristics , Behavior and reactions of waste, 5. references to the legislation on dangerous goods, 6 regulations of operational liability 7 working and health and safety.
10 criteria for the adoption of the financial statements of the follow-up phase in relation to the relevant class of landfill are in particular the following criteria for the adoption of the financial statements of the after-care phase basis to create: 1 implementation or response operations, as well as biological decomposition processes have largely subsided.
2. a gas formation does not take place or has come to a standstill so far that no active degassing is necessary, escaping residual gases are oxidized sufficiently and adverse impacts on the environment can be excluded by gas migration. A sufficient methane oxidation of the remaining gas is to prove.
3. objectives are so far decayed that legislative-related damage of the surface sealing system for the future can be excluded. This is to assess the legislative development of the past decade.
4. the surface sealing system is in a functional and stable state, which can not be affected by the current and planned use; It is to ensure that this is guaranteed even with changes of use.
5. the landfill is permanently stable.
6. the maintenance of constructional and technical facilities is no longer required; a dismantling is done if necessary.
7. the leachate derived in an above-ground water to comply with concentration values of set out in Annex 51 section C paragraph 1 and section D of paragraph 1 of the sewage regulation without treatment.
8. the seepage water that seeps into the ground, causing no exceedance of the trigger levels in the groundwater measuring stations established under article 12, paragraph 1, and exceeding is not to get in the future.
9 on the landfill asbestos-containing waste or wastes containing other dangerous mineral fibres, deposited, appropriate measures must be taken, to avoid that people can come into contact with the waste.
11 notices of expert bodies the notices of expert bodies referred to in this annex are laid down at the German patent and trade mark Office in Munich archive terms secured.

Annex 6 special requirements for the temporary storage of metallic mercury wastes with a shelf life of more than one year in long-term camps (to § 23 paragraph 2 sentence 1) (reference: BGBl. I 2013, 818-819) 1 requirements for the construction and operation of a) the container with metallic mercury wastes are separated from other waste to store allow easy to remove.
(b) the containers must be in catch basins which are impervious to mercury and have a capacity that is sufficient for the total amount of metallic mercury waste is stored in each.
(c) the uprising area of the basin must consist of a mercury-resistant materials or be covered with such and so inclined, that from the containers spilled mercury runs a collecting swamp.
(d) must in any area of the temporary storage of metallic mercury waste mercury vapours a system for continuous monitoring of indoor air be installed and operated, at the aa) in ground - and close to the ceiling sensors are attached, which cause an optical and acoustic warning in a room air concentration of not more than 0,02 mg mercury / m ³, bb) is ensured by structural measures, that the measurement results of indoor air surveillance will not be changed by air exchange , regardless of a required ventilation or ventilation is allowed 4 letter c during storage campaign, as well as the Visual check referred to, and cc) once a year, making is a maintenance, the results of which are to be documented.
2. requirements for metallic mercury waste and filling the dispenser a) the mercury content must be more than 99.9% by weight. Perform a procedure safely reached this purity is a necessary cleansing of mercury waste. Complying with the request set is documented by two following analyses carried out by the loading filler and in the analysis report to document 1: aa) Gravimetric determination of residue after complete evaporation of mercury in vacuum at 300 ° C, plus or minus 25 ° C with collecting device for the mercury and bb) determination of the amount of the metal contents of lead, cadmium, calcium, chromium, iron, potassium, copper , Molybdenum, sodium, nickel, vanadium, tungsten, and zinc after one of the alternative mentioned procedures in accordance with annex 4 number 3.1.10 after complete aqua regia digestion in accordance with annex 4 number 3.1.2 with any necessary adjustment of the solids / acid ratio.
Both procedures are carried out independently and must not exceed respectively the value of 0,1% by weight, or 1 g / kg.
(b) the container must contain no aqueous or oily phase in addition to metallic mercury.
filled c) which may tank just to not more than 80% by volume be.
3. requirements to the dispenser a) the containers must made of carbon steel, which meets at least the requirements of the steel grade 1.0044 according to DIN EN 10025-2, April 2005, issue, or made of stainless steel, at least the requirements for the type of steel EN 10088-1, Edition January 2012, met, are 1.4301, 1.4404, 1.4432, or 1.4435 according to DIN.
(b) the outside of the container must be resistant to the storage conditions; Weld beads are so far as technically possible to avoid.
(c) the design of the container to the drop test and have passed the leak test according to the subsections 6.1.5.3 or 6.1.5.4 of annexed to the notice of the revision of annexes A and B of the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR) from 25 November 2010 (BGBl. 2010 II p. 1412, attachment band) in the currently valid version.
(d) each tank must be provided with a permanent marking that can be seen from the identification number of the container, the construction materials, the tare weight, the manufacturer and the date of manufacture of the tank.
4. requirements for waste acceptance, control and documentation a) the containers must undergo during the delivery of a Visual inspection, ensures that damaged, leaking or corroded containers will not be included.
(b) it only tanks may be accepted, equipped letter d and certificate, created through one of the be filler and marked with the identification number of the container with a permanent marking referred to in point 3 according to article 23, paragraph 4, sentence 1.
(c) the area of the temporary storage of metallic mercury wastes and the storage tank must be at least once a month by a person authorized for this purpose, that has the required expertise that are subjected to a Visual inspection and when finding leaks from which mercury is released, immediately all the necessary measures must be taken to prevent emission of mercury into the environment and restore the security of the storage of mercury. The result of the Visual inspection shall be recorded.
(d) at least one person of the staff must have the expertise in dealing with hazardous materials, in particular with mercury. Equipment for respiratory protection and protective clothing are holding up.
(e) all releases of mercury must be reported according to section 13, paragraph 4, of the competent authority.