Amendments To The Law "on Pollution"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi likumā "Par piesārņojumu"

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2016/123.9


The Saeima has adopted and the President issued the following law: amendments to the law "on pollution" make law "on pollution" (Latvian Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 2001, no. 9; 2002, 16; 2004, nr. 2. No; 2005; 2006, nr. 5, 9. No; 2007, 21, no no, 12, 2009; Latvian journal, 2009, no. 205; 2010, no. 104, 206; 120. in 2011, no; 13, no. 36; 2014, 38. No.) the following amendments: 1. Replace the words "throughout the Act annual report" (fold) with the words "the annual emissions report" (the fold). 2. in article 1: Express 3.2 paragraph by the following: "32) aircraft operator: a person who performs and operates air services aircraft at the time it made the law set out in annex 2 of the activity, or if this person is unknown or the owner of the aircraft it has indicated, — aircraft owner. This law shall apply to aircraft operators for which the Member State is administering Latvia; "; to supplement the article with 3.5 points as follows: ' 35) aircraft operator the administering Member State, the Member State which issued the activity licence to the aircraft operator concerned, if the aircraft operator has a valid operating licence issued by a Member State in accordance with Council on 23 July 1992 Regulation No 2407/92 on licensing of air carriers, but in all other cases, the Member State with the highest estimated emissions from aviation flights conducted by the aircraft operator concerned in the base year (calendar year that begins on 1 January 2006, the aircraft operator or the first calendar year of operation of those aircraft operators of aviation activity started after January 1, 2006); " 10.1 and 10.2 points to express the following: "101) greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and other gaseous constituents of the atmosphere (both natural and anthropogenic) that absorb and re-emit infrared radiation; 102) greenhouse gas emissions: the greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere from: (a) 2 of this Act). mentioned in part I the European Union emission trading scheme in polluting activities, b) aircraft with which all flights falling within this law, 2. part II of the annex to the aviation activities listed in, c) Annex 4 of this law referred to other sources of greenhouse gas emissions; " Add to article 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5 points with the following wording: "103) other sources of greenhouse gas emissions — emissions of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere of this law, 4. in part I of the annex, the following, which are not included in the European Union emission trading system and which do not require a greenhouse gas emissions permit; 104) the attraction of carbon dioxide — carbon dioxide attraction arising from this law, 4. referred to in part II of annex land-use, land-use change and forestry activities; 105) annual distribution amount of emissions — the annual maximum allowable greenhouse gas emissions of annex 4 of this law referred to other sources of greenhouse gas emissions; ". 3. Express article 2 paragraph 8 by the following: ' 8) reduce greenhouse gas emissions from 2 and 4 of this Act, the activities listed in annex and to increase carbon dioxide in the attraction of this law, 4. in part II of the annex the following, taking into account the cost effectiveness, ensuring the participation of the European Union emission trading system and the implementation of the commitments on greenhouse gas emissions reductions and removals of carbon dioxide; ". 4. Add to article 3 of the fourth subparagraph by the following: "(4) this Act provides the conditions: 1) greenhouse gas emissions from other sources of greenhouse gas emissions and this law that greenhouse gas emission reduction obligations; 2) carbon dioxide attraction of this law in part II of annex 4 to these land-use, land-use change and forestry activities, and referred to in this law, obligations regarding carbon dioxide. " 5. Supplement article 11 with the sixth part as follows: "(6) the cabinet shall determine the price list of paid services for stationary source emissions limit projects to the provision of information and data." 6. Express article 18.1, first and second subparagraph by the following: "(1) noise mapping and strategic noise maps for agglomerations shall ensure the development of the territory of the concerned municipality, but outside the metropolitan areas for existing infrastructure, railways, roads and airports, where traffic is more than 50 000 aircraft a year, where transport infrastructure object manager. Local government and transport infrastructure object in concerned Manager works noise-mapping of the agglomeration area. (2) the action plan for the reduction of noise of the agglomeration area develop and implement the relevant municipality, but a plan of action to reduce noise transport infrastructure facility, located in the metropolitan area and outside the agglomeration areas, where transport infrastructure object manager. Local government and transport infrastructure object manager, cooperate in the development of the action plan, as well as in the implementation of the action plan of the agglomeration territory. " 7. Express article 19 the fifth subparagraph by the following: "(5) in order to initiate or continue this law, 2. section I of the annex of polluting activities, the operator will also receive a greenhouse gas emissions permit — regional environmental administration decision in writing, relating to the installation of the equipment in the same place and have one operator, namely the authorisation to emit greenhouse gases, on condition that the operator shall ensure the monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions and shall draw up an annual emissions report (hereinafter referred to as the annual emissions report) of greenhouse gas emissions according to the relevant permission, this law and the regulations on the European Union's emissions trading system. " 8. Article 30 of the Present third paragraph as follows: "(3) where a change in the equipment operator, regional environmental governance, based on the operator's application permission entry specifies the data for the new operator, but without changing its duration and the conditions. Equipment operator in the event of a change of the current machine operator shall prepare and submit to the verification and approval of the annual emissions report on greenhouse gas emissions during the period of its activities, as well as the transfer of emission quotas under the listed amount. This requirement does not apply if the new operator of the regional environmental authority shall provide written certification that will prepare and submit to the verification and approval of the annual emissions report on greenhouse gas emissions throughout the calendar year in which the operator of an Exchange has taken place, as well as give emission allowances corresponding to this report that amount. " 9. Express article 31.1 of the following: "5) each year within four months after the end of the calendar year to pass emissions quotas, which complies with the installations for the calendar year in the amount of greenhouse gases emitted." 10. in article 32.2: Add to the first part of the text by the following: "the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry's decision may be appealed to the administrative procedure law. Appeal shall not suspend its decision. '; adding to the third paragraph with the sentence the following wording: "aircraft operators are auctioned emissions quotas to 15 per cent of its volume to be allocated to European Union aircraft operators, taking into account the conditions governing the European Union emission trading system ETS izsolīšan."; Replace in paragraph 4.4, part 1 "and" with the words "waste, forestry and waste". 11. in article 32.3: make the first paragraph by the following: "(1) the Operator and the operator carries out monitoring of article 45 of this law, in accordance with the procedure laid down and each year up to 30 April surrendered allowances corresponding to the previous calendar year equipment or aircraft for the amount of greenhouse gases emitted, transferred to them from your account register of emissions the European Union quota delete account and at the same time ensuring that the deletion of the quota of emissions register."; to turn off the second, third and 3.1; to make the fourth subparagraph by the following: "(4) four months after this law article 4 of part 1.1 32.2. the beginning of the period referred to in paragraph State limited liability company" Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre "ensure that its emissions are deleted, which expired and which have not been transferred or deleted according to the conditions of this law. State limited liability company "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre" provides that the register of emissions in open accounts deleted personal allowances are replaced with specific period valid emission quotas. "; Add to article 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, with 8.4 and 8.5 part as follows: "(a) the Operator or aircraft the ship's operator, taking funds from transactions with them for free the allocated emissions quotas, the relevant financial resources used to 32.2 of this Act referred to in article 1.1, which corresponds to the period during which transactions are carried out with emissions quotas, compensate for past or planned greenhouse gas emission reduction measures, including the following measures: 1) in used equipment or parts replacement to these facilities should be able to use renewable energy sources, electricity or raw materials, which reduces the operator's greenhouse gas emissions; 2) your operation of aircraft used improvement or replacement of aircraft with more efficient aircraft, including where possible the use of biofuels; 3) in used equipment or building energy efficiency; 4) used in the infrastructure and improving the energy efficiency of final consumers. (82) the Civil Aviation Agency for aircraft operators and national environmental service in respect of the operators shall submit to the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry of the operator and the operator information about the use of financial resources, which are made from transactions with them free emissions quotas assigned, and their supporting documentation. (83) the public limited liability company "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre" provides the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry of information of the operator and the operator's aircraft carried out transactions in emission quotas which are not referred to in the first paragraph of the emission allowance transfer. (84) the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry of this law article 1.1 32.2 parts 3 and 4 at the end of the period referred to in the light of the Civil Aviation Agency, and the national environmental service, check the information provided by the operator and the operator of greenhouse gas emission reduction measures funded from the operator and the operator's financial resources deriving from transactions with them free emissions quotas assigned and the use of financial resources for compliance with the conditions of this law. (85) If the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry, carried out the verification referred to in paragraph 8.4, establishes that the operator or aircraft operator violated this law, the conditions for the use of financial resources, it may adopt a decision finding an infringement and imposition of a legal obligation, when determining the applicable payment according to the legislation on administrative offences. " to complement the ninth part (1) with the "e" section as follows: "(e)) emissions registry activities with an annual emission allocation units and ensure compliance with the Latvian annual distribution volume of emissions commitments;". 12. Make 32.5 article as follows: "article 32.5. Emission allowance transfer (1) the public limited liability company "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre" each year up to 10 may collect information for operators and aircraft operators who have not had the time limit laid down 32.2 of this Act mentioned in the first subparagraph or allowances is not transferred to the specified volume. In this case, the operators and aircraft operators are given not less than 15 working days for the submission of written pleadings. (2) the public limited liability company "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre" until July 1, after the first paragraph of this article: 1 the explanation of receipt) shall inform the national environmental service for the operator or aircraft operator who does not have time limit emissions quota or not transferred to its extent, as well as a certain point each operator or aircraft operator the number of allowances surrendered; 2) published on its website the operator or aircraft operator list, which does not have time limit emissions or not transferred within a volume. (3) If the national environmental service after the first paragraph of this article the information establishes that the operator or aircraft operator 32.2 of this Act mentioned in the first subparagraph have not transferred the allowances prescribed time limit or not its extent laid down, it shall adopt a decision which determines the operator or aircraft operator the obligation: 1 to transfer the emissions) quota volumes covering the emissions not; 2) make payment of 32.2 of this Act referred to in the first paragraph of emissions does not transfer or within the prescribed time limit. (4) the national environmental service every year to 1 April published third part of this article referred to in paragraph 2, the rate of payment per tonne of emitted carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent. In calculating this rate, comply with the following conditions: 1) base rate of duty, starting with January 1, 2013, is eur 100 for each tonne of emitted carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent, which has made the transfer of emission allowances; 2) duty rate is increased each year, taking into account the Statistical Office of the European Union's Web site, the information available on the previous calendar year with the European index of consumer prices, which are determined in accordance with the European Council of 23 October 1995, Regulation No 2494/95 concerning harmonized indices of consumer prices. (5) referred to in the third subparagraph, the operator and the operator of the aircraft at the national environmental service payments in receipt of the decision in accordance with the procedure laid down in this article is the calculated payment of national environmental services budget account set up in the 15 September. If payment is not made within this period or is not made in full, the State Environmental Department is entitled to recover the amount of a non-contentious procedure. (6) the national environmental service decision referred to in the third subparagraph operator and aircraft operator may challenge the administrative procedure law. Appeals against decisions shall not suspend its execution. " 13. Express 20.4 the first paragraph as follows: "(1) State limited liability company" Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre ": 1) coordinates the collection of information required for the report of the European Union emission trading system and implementation, including information on emission allowance allocation procedures, registry operations, emissions monitoring and reporting conditions, and verification, verifiers accreditation and monitoring, as well as general conditions for emission quotas. 2) in the light of this part of the information referred to in paragraph 1, draw up a report, under the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry and each year up to June 30, puts the European Environment Agency's central data repository, as well as published on their website. " 14. Express article 45 of the seventh and eighth, 7.1 as follows: "(7) an Operator who received a greenhouse gas emissions permit shall prepare an annual report on emissions the European Union emission trading system polluting activities, and their related greenhouse gas emissions, as well as of the greenhouse gas emission reduction measures and the use of financial resources, which are made from transactions with the free allocation of emission quotas. This report examined and approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. The annual emissions report is available for the control authorities and the public. (71) an aircraft operator, starting with January 1, 2011, the annual emissions report shall be prepared concerning the European Union emission trading system polluting activities, and their related greenhouse gas emissions, as well as of the greenhouse gas emission reduction measures and the use of financial resources, which are made from transactions with the free allocation of emission quotas. This report examined and approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. The annual emissions report is available for the control authorities and the public. (8) the Operator and aircraft operator whose annual emissions report to 31 March of the year in question is not approved or is considered inappropriate, should not do business with emission allowances or Kyoto units. These transactions may be made after the approval of the annual emissions report. " 15. Supplement article 49 of the fourth subparagraph by the following: "(4) if the aircraft operator does not comply with this law and other legal obligations, the Civil Aviation Agency may submit a request to the European Commission to take a decision on the aircraft operator concerned activities. If the European Commission has adopted a decision by Latvia or the request of a Member State of the European Union, the Civil Aviation Agency informs the European Commission of all the measures taken to comply with these decisions. " 16. To supplement the provisions of Chapter VIII of the Act with article 49.1 of the following: ' article 49.1. On the Division of powers (1) the national environmental service of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 2013 in Regulation No 1257/2013 on ship recycling and amending Regulation No 1013/2006 and directive 2009/16/EC (hereinafter Regulation No 1257/2013) the competent authorities and the contact. (2) ship recycling, the Council is a consultative body which assessed under Regulation No 1257/2013 that ship recycling plan ship recycling plant and plan compliance the requirements of this regulation and whose decisions pursuant to regulation of ship recycling is recommended. Cabinet of Ministers sets the ship recycling bodies represented in the Council, and the Council approved regulation.
(3) the protection of the environment and regional development Minister confirms ship recycling Council personnel. " 17. To supplement the law with the X Division as follows: chapter X "conditions for Latvia's total greenhouse gas emissions and removals of carbon dioxide by article 52. Greenhouse gas emission reduction and carbon dioxide the connecting obligations (1) the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry in cooperation with the Ministry of agriculture, the Ministry of economy, Ministry of transport and other sectoral ministries in developing policies related to climate change mitigation — reducing greenhouse gas emissions and carbon dioxide in the attraction-specific obligations for the enforcement of deadlines and coordinate the implementation of the policy concerned.  (2) in order to ensure that this article is referred to in the first subparagraph for policy development and the coordination of its implementation, environmental protection and regional development Ministry creates the interinstitutional working group. The working group included the Ministry of agriculture, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Ministry of transport and other sector ministries, as well as the Coordination Center Pārresor. (3) the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry in cooperation with the Ministry of agriculture, the Ministry of economy, Ministry of transport and other sectoral ministries every year by the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 may 2013 Regulation No 525/2013 for a mechanism for monitoring greenhouse gas emissions and reporting and other information for reporting at national and Union level in relation to climate change and the decision No 280/2004/EC (hereinafter Regulation No 525/2013) article 7 in the first and second paragraphs of article 8 of the report referred to in the first subparagraph shall prepare and submission of up to December 31, shall be submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers information report on greenhouse gas emission reduction and carbon dioxide acquisition performance. In this informative report includes: 1) greenhouse gas emission reduction and carbon dioxide in the attraction of the discharge evaluation; 2) if necessary, proposals for cost effective, evaluated the socio-economic and sectoral policy of the period planning documents to appropriate additional measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and carbon dioxide the connecting obligations. 53. article. Greenhouse gas emissions and carbon dioxide acquisition monitoring and control, as well as reporting (1) the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry, in accordance with Regulation No 525/2013 and the Contracting Parties to the Convention, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris agreement of the parties to the decision taken, in conjunction with relevant sectoral ministries, institutions and economic operators: 1) greenhouse gas emissions and carbon dioxide monitoring this law of attraction 2. and 4. the operations in this annex; 2) prepare and submit to the European Commission and the Secretariat of the Convention, the periodic report on greenhouse gas emissions and removals of carbon dioxide; 3) prepare and submit to the European Commission or to the Secretariat of the Convention to other Regulation No 525/2013 under certain data, information and messages. (2) the Cabinet of Ministers: 1) determines the order in which you create and maintain greenhouse gas inventories and forecasts of national system; 2) determines the methodology to a single calculation of greenhouse gas emissions, assessing the impact of actions and projects on climate change (with the exception of article 53 of this law in the first part of the greenhouse gas emission monitoring and article 45 of this law in the first part of that operator or aircraft operator for the monitoring of emissions). 54. article. The annual distribution amount of emissions, and annual emissions distribution unit (1) the annual emission allocation volumes for Latvia allocated annual emissions allocation units. (2) the greenhouse gas emissions reduction commitments can be used for Latvia allocated annual emissions distribution units and Kyoto units. (3) the annual emission allocation unit are in the public domain, which is the legal possessor of the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry. (4) environmental protection and regional development, the Ministry of development and the Cabinet of Ministers approved a long term strategy with annual emissions distribution units, as well as, if necessary, amend the long-term strategy. (5) five months after Regulation No 525/2013 8 referred to in article about the greenhouse gas reporting environment and regional development Ministry in cooperation with the Ministry of agriculture, the Ministry of economy, Ministry of transport and other sectoral ministries prepare information on opportunities to do business with the State property of the existing annual emissions distribution units and Kyoto units and shall submit it to the Cabinet of Ministers, which shall decide on the annual emission allocation units and Kyoto units. (6) the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry is carrying out consultations on annual emissions distribution units and Kyoto units and prepare a contract. (7) the financial resources of the business with annual emission allocation units including the 32.2 of this Act referred to in article 3.1 account and used according to the provisions of this law relating to the use of auction proceeds. " 18. transitional provisions be supplemented with 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44, the following wording: "38. European Parliament and Council of 16 April 2014 Regulation No. 421/2014, amending Directive 2003/87/EC establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the community, as it is expected that by 2020 will be implemented by the international agreement on a uniform and global market mechanisms for the application of international aviation emissions (hereinafter Regulation No 421/2014) article 1, paragraph 1 of the period, from 2013 1 January to 31 December 2016, 32.3 of this law in the first paragraph, the obligation of each year to 30 April to pass emissions quotas, article 45 in the first paragraph, the obligation to carry out the monitoring of emissions and provide information and article 45 in the seventh part of the task of preparing the annual emissions report is not suitable for aviation activities and greenhouse gas emissions from the flights that are initiated: 1) airfield in Latvia and completed airfield located in countries outside the European economic area; 2) airfield, which is located outside the European economic area, and is completed in the territory of Latvia in the aerodrome; 3) Latvia and complete the existing airfield airfield that is located in the following regions of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union within the meaning of article 349; 4) airfield, which is located in the following regions of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union within the meaning of article 349, and is completed in the territory of Latvia in the aerodrome; 5) airfield, which is located in the far regions of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union within the meaning of article 349, and you complete the aerodrome, located in another region below the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union within the meaning of article 349. 39. Regulation No. 421/2014 article 1 referred to in paragraph 1, the period from 2013 to 2016 January 1 December 31-45 of this law in the first subparagraph of article regular obligations to control emissions, carry out monitoring and provision of information (to submit monitoring plans) do not comply with the aircraft operator who performs only the transitional provisions referred to in paragraph 38 of the flights. 40. The Cabinet of Ministers article 53 of this law the provisions referred to in that subparagraph shall be issued until 31 December 2016. 41. The protection of the environment and regional development Ministry article 54 of this law in the fourth part of that long-term strategy developed by 2016 December 31. 42. The Cabinet of Ministers article 49.1 of the Act referred to in the second subparagraph of ship recycling Council approved regulations to December 31, 2016. 43. The Cabinet of Ministers article 45 of this law in the seventh and the provisions referred to in section 7.1 is amended to 31 December 2016. 44. This law, article 11 of the sixth part of a paid service in the price list, the Cabinet of Ministers issued up to 31 December 2016. " 19. Add to paragraph 3 of annex 1 to this paragraph 6: ' 6) installations for the production of magnesium oxide with a production capacity exceeding 50 tonnes per day. " 20. off 1.1. 21. Make annex 2 as follows: "the law" on pollution "annex 2 the European Union emission trading system in the polluting activities (I). The European Union emission trading system in the polluting activities that require a greenhouse gas emissions permit no PO box Operation which requires greenhouse gas emissions permit greenhouse gas 1. Fuel combustion: fuel oxidation does not matter, as is used in the process of thermal energy produced, electricity or mechanical power, and any other directly associated activities including waste gas treatment, equipment with a total rated thermal input exceeding entered 20 megawatt (except hazardous or municipal waste incinerators) carbon dioxide 2. Mineral oil refining and refining carbon dioxide 3. The production of Coke for carbon dioxide 4. Metal ores, sulphide ores, also firing or melt, including carbon dioxide pellet 5. Cast iron or steel first or repeated fusion including continuous spilling, the total capacity exceeding 2.5 tonnes per hour of carbon dioxide 7. Black metal, Ferro, also manufacturing or processing that uses combustion units with a total rated thermal input exceeding entered 20 megawatts. Processing are also used for rolling floors, steam Super-heaters, tempering furnaces, mints, foundry, coating and pickling of carbon dioxide 7. Primary aluminum production carbon dioxide, hydrocarbons perfluor-8. Secondary aluminium production, which are used in combustion units with a total rated thermal input exceeding entered 20 megawatts of carbon dioxide 9. Non-ferrous metals or alloys, also, refining, casting URu.tml., in which the combustion units used the total rated thermal input is entered, including heat capacity that you enter fuel used as a reducing agent, exceeds 20 megawatts of carbon dioxide 10. Production of cement clinker in rotary kilns, which production capacity exceeding 500 tonnes per day of production, or other types of furnaces, having a production capacity exceeding 50 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 11. Lime production, as well as dolomite or magnesite in rotary kilns for firing or other types of furnaces, having a production capacity exceeding 50 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 12. Glass, including glass fibre production plant, with a melting capacity exceeding 20 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 13. Fired clay products, including roofing tiles, bricks, refractory bricks, tiles, pattern or porcelain, production, production capacity exceeding 75 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 14. Mineral wool insulating materials using glass, stone or slag with smelting capacity exceeding 20 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 15. Plaster drying or roasting or dry plaster ģipškarton boards and other gypsum products, where the combustion units used in the total rated thermal input exceeding entered 20 megawatts of carbon dioxide 16. Pulp of wood or other pulp carbon dioxide 17. Paper or paperboard production, production capacity exceeding 20 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 18. The production of carbon from the organic substances containing materials as oil, tar, cracker and distillation residues, where combustion units used in the total rated thermal input exceeding entered 20 megawatts of carbon dioxide 19. Nitric acid production of carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, 20. Adipīnskāb of the production of carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, 21. Glyoxal and glioksālskāb of the production of carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, 22. The production of ammonia carbon dioxide 23. Organic chemicals production volume, splitting, cracking a partial or full oxidation or similar processes with production capacity exceeding 100 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 24. Hydrogen (H2) and synthesis gas by reforming or partial manufacture of the oxidation process with a production capacity exceeding 25 tonnes per day carbon dioxide 25. Sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) and sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) for carbon dioxide production 26. Greenhouse gas capture of technological equipment, in which one or more of the pollutants referred to in this annex to this gas transported and stored in geological structures installed in the storage where storage is allowed in accordance with the laws and regulations on the use of the subsoils and polluting activities carbon dioxide 27. Greenhouse gas transport by pipeline to the geological structure in the construction of the storage location where storage is allowed in accordance with the laws and regulations on the use of the subsoils and polluting activities of carbon dioxide in 28. Greenhouse gas storage in geological structures installed at the place of storage, where the storage is allowed in accordance with the laws and regulations on the use of the subsoils and polluting activities carbon dioxide II. The European Union emission trading system of aviation activity in the European Union emission trading system included aircraft flights from the aerodrome or airfield, located in the territory of a Member State of the European Union, carried out an aircraft operator including flights, which are performed solely for the Member States of the European Union, the reigning monarch and his/her immediate family, heads of State, heads of Government and Government Ministers for official transport missions except: 1) flights performed exclusively for the reigning monarch of the countries and their immediate family, heads of State, heads of Government and Government Ministers for transport of official missions, which are not members of the European Union, if the flight is substantiated by an appropriate status indicator in the flight plan; 2) military flights performed by military aircraft, as well as flights by the performance of customs or police functions; 3) flights related to search, rescue and fire-fighting operations or emergency ambulances, as well as flights by humanitarian assistance and authorized by the competent authority; 4) flights performed exclusively under visual flight rules under the Convention on international civil aviation (the Chicago Convention), annex 2; 5) flight that ends at the same airfield where it had begun, and that the aircraft is not sitting at another aerodrome; 6) training flights performed exclusively for the license or a specific category, and with just the cockpit crew if the flight concerned is justified by the corresponding note in the flight plan and if this is not the passenger or freight services, air travel, aircraft or aircraft delivery; 7) flights performed exclusively for the purpose of scientific research or checking, testing or certifying aircraft or equipment, whether or not the relevant equipment used in flight or on the ground; 8) flights performed by aircraft with a certified maximum take-off weight of less than 5700 kilograms; 9) flights carried out as public service obligations laid down by the European Council on 23 July 1992 Regulation (EEC) No 2408/92 on access for Community air carriers to intra-Community air routes, in respect of the following areas, as defined in the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and in article 349.355, or on routes where the capacity offered does not exceed 30 000 seats per year; 10) flights by commercial air transport operator, which meets one of the following conditions: (a)) in each of three consecutive four-month periods, fewer than 243 flights, b) flights where the total annual carbon dioxide emissions of less than 10 000 tonnes per year; 11) flights which from 1 January 2013 to 2020 December 31 take commercial aircraft operator that flights with total annual emissions of less than 1000 tonnes of CO2 a year. " 22. To supplement the law with annex 4 as follows: "the law" on pollution "annex 4 conditions for the European Union emission trading system not included operations. Other sources of greenhouse gas emissions in energy: 1 a) fuel combustion stationary technological equipment, which is carried out actions outside the European Union emission trading system and which do not need a greenhouse gas emissions permit, (b) fuel combustion) mobile sources: path water, air, rail, and off-road vehicles, c) incineration operations with the liquid and solid fossil fuels, from which arise the volatile emissions of greenhouse gases. 2. Industrial processes and the production of industrial equipment, which are not included in the European Union emission trading system and which do not require the permission of greenhouse gas emissions and greenhouse gas emissions arise from the different materials and raw materials (mineral) use in industrial production, including the volatile emissions of greenhouse gases. 3. Fluorocarbon, perfluoroglekļ and sulfur heksaflorīd. 4. Solvent and various chemicals. 5. Agricultural activities, including: a) the management of agricultural land, including various types of fertilizer, liming process, urea, agricultural crop residue burning the fields, b) livestock, it number of livestock manure management and internal (gut), c) fermentation of agricultural production. 6. Land use, land-use change and forestry activities, including: a) arable land, pastures and meadows, wetlands, populated places, and other infrastructure, and other types of land: land use and land use change to another type of land use, b), c) biomass burning of felled timber products. 7. waste management: a) wastewater management, b) waste management, including disposal and waste incineration, except waste of energy, c) composting. 8. other activities not mentioned above. II. the carbon dioxide the pegging action 1. land use, land-use change activities, including: (a) management of arable land), which is any action that is carried out in accordance with the measures applicable to the land on which agricultural crops are grown and the ground left in set-aside or temporarily not being used for the cultivation of crops, pasture and Meadow), which is the management of any activity that is carried out in accordance with the package applicable for the use in livestock farming of the land, and the purpose of which is to control or influence the vegetation and livestock, quantity and type of c) wetlands, d) inhabited places and other infrastructure, e) other types of land: land use and land use change to another type of land use. 2. Forestry activities, including: (a) forest regeneration), the Kyoto Protocol and the European Union have a direct understanding of human activity-induced conversion of forest land, which is not at least 50 years, the forest covered planting, sowing and (or) human activity promoting the natural seed source, if the modification occurred after December 31, 1989, b) reforestation, the Kyoto Protocol and the European Union within the meaning of the law is any direct human activity-induced conversion of forest land in the What did the forest, planting, sowing and (or) human activity promoting the natural seed source, and carried out only in a land where previously a forest, but the deck on which the forest is no longer a been before 1 January 1990 and which has been newly transformed into a forest of 31 December 1989, c) cut timber products, (d)) that the deforestation of the Kyoto Protocol and the European Union have a direct understanding of man-made alteration of the forest land that is not a forest, if the modification occurred after December 31, 1989, e) forest management that the Kyoto Protocol and the European Union within the meaning of any action taken in accordance with the applicable forest package that affect forest ecological, economic or social functions. " The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. The Saeima adopted the law on 9 June 2016. The President r. vējonis 2016 in Riga on June 29.