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/2013/36.4


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.) the following amendments: 1. Replace the words "the whole Law Gazette" journal "by the words" official publication "journal". 2. in article 1: (1) be expressed as follows: "1) essential changes: the equipment the nature or functioning, or an extension, the change which may have significant negative effects on human health or the environment;" Add to article 1.1 as follows: ' 11) authorization — competent authority issued the administrative act that allow polluting activities provided the equipment or part of the functions according to the environmental protection laws and regulatory requirements in this Act to the administrative requirements; "; make paragraph 3 by the following: "3) emissions — the direct or indirect release of substances, vibrations, heat, no ionizing radiation or noise from individual or diffuse sources in the hospital in the air, water or land;" make point 7 by the following: ' 7) pollution — caused by a human activity, of substances, vibrations, heat or noise direct or indirect discharge into the air, water or land which may have harmful effects on human health or the environment and which can cause damage to property or affect the use of natural resources and other forms of legitimate uses of the environment; " Add to article 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 by the following: "17) equipment — stationary technical unit in which one or more of the categories (A), (B) or (C) polluting activities, as well as other equipment operating in direct technical activities that affect emissions or pollution, and are made to the system's operational area; 18) new technique — this law set out in annex 1 of the polluting activity (installations) technique, which, introduced in production, you can ensure a higher General level of protection of the environment or at least the same level of environmental protection and greater cost savings than existing best available techniques; 19) conclusions on best available techniques, industry or polluting activities the European Commission defined best available techniques, as well as the description of the best available techniques, the associated emission limit values for raw consumption levels, pollutants and supervising the operation of the relevant pollutant site reorganisation measures; 20) environmental inspections-action type set by the competent authority or a person, if the competent authority it has given such a task, including equipment testing, emissions monitoring and internal message and checks the document control, checking, self-monitoring techniques and used the facilities environment monitoring test, the purpose of which is to improve the equipment with the permission of the conditions and, if necessary, to monitor their impact on the environment, as well as to ensure compliance with the system of laws and regulations on the protection of the environment; 21) soil: Earth's crust top layer, which is situated between the bedrock and the surface, and is constructed of minerāldaļiņ, organic matter, water, air and living organisms. " 3. To make article 6, fourth subparagraph by the following: "(4) If the conditions of the permit are violated or endangered the continued compliance with these conditions, the operator shall immediately notify the relevant national environmental service to regional environmental authority (hereinafter regional environmental administration) and take steps to ensure that the equipment normal operation is restored in the short term or the prevents possible permission conditions. If the regional environmental authority considers that the measures taken by the operator does not support renewal of the operation under the conditions of the permit or does not eliminate the potential hazards of such conditions, the conditions that will ensure the system according to the requirements of the laws and the conditions of the permit. " 4. To supplement the law with article 8.2 the following: ' article 8.2. Carbon capture and storage in the territory of Latvia, its exclusive economic zone and continental shelf are prohibited in carbon dioxide storage in geological structures, as well as the vertical water layer. " 5. in article 11: make part two of paragraph 1 by the following: "1) rules on stationary sources of pollution emission limit projects;" Add to the second part of paragraph 19 and 20 with the following: "19) the order in which the inevitable, controlled and controllable air pollutant emissions from combustion plants; 20) procedures for controlled emission of volatile organic compounds from plants using organic solvents. " 6. To express the third subparagraph of article 19, the following wording: "(3) to initiate or proceed with A or B category action, as well as significant changes in the operator is authorized to perform the action of pollutants." 7. Express article 20 of the fourth paragraph as follows: "(4) the authorisation conditions for category A equipment that are used in the exploration of new techniques, development, or test, certainly this law article 31 in the seventh part." 8. Article 21: Add to the first paragraph, after the word "best" with the word "available"; make the third paragraph as follows: "(3) techniques are available, if they are economically and technically justified and whether or not they have previously used or introduced into production in Latvia, it is possible to introduce a certain industrial sector, taking into account the relevant costs and benefits."; to complement the fourth paragraph after the words "the level of protection of the environment" with the word "whole"; make the fifth subparagraph of paragraph 13 by the following: ' 13) based on the conclusions on best available techniques. Carrying out the activities for which the permit or licence is not applicable at the time of the review of the conclusions on best available techniques, use of information on the best available techniques, which is published by the European Commission or the international organisations; "; Supplement fifth with 14 points by the following: "14) ensure that the equipment does not exceed the emission limit values in accordance with best available techniques the emission limit values laid down. " 9. Express 24.2 the first paragraph as follows: "(1) the polluting activities which correspond to a specific industry and characteristic of the sector-specific effects on the environment, you can set specific requirements. Determining the specific requirements that apply to this law listed in annex 1 of the polluting activity (installations), take note of the conclusions on best available techniques. " 10. Turn 25. the second paragraph of article 1, the word "final". 11. in article 28: adding to the second subparagraph of paragraph 3, after the words "which leads to" with the word "noise"; Express 2.1 part as follows: "(21) the application shall be accompanied by: 1) referred to in the second subparagraph of article a summary of the information that does not have a specific technical descriptions, and terms that it can be easily understood by the public; a series of 2), soil and ground water quality facility (hereinafter referred to as the baseline report), if it is necessary for the performance of the activities of category A in accordance with article 29 of this law sixth. "; turn off the third and fourth paragraph, the words "closing". 12. Add to article 29 of the sixth, seventh and eighth as follows: "(6) If (A) the categories of activity includes the use of dangerous chemicals, production or emission, which can cause soil and groundwater contamination in the facility, the operator shall establish a baseline report and the application category A polluting activity authorization and its attached 2.1 parts of this article, the information referred to in paragraph 1 shall submit a summary of the regional environmental management. The baseline report required for existing polluting activities, environmental pollutants is submitted to the Government before the authorization is first reviewed in accordance with article 32 of this law 3.2. Regional environmental governance baseline report will use the information contained in the permit conditions for the operation of the equipment or, if the system is interrupted, the facility to organize according to the position in accordance with article 30 of this law. Development of a baseline report is not required for category A activities which the soil and underground water quality assessment carried out an environmental impact assessment, if the application for a permit to carry it filed no later than three years after receiving the opinion of the environmental impact assessment. (7) the cabinet shall determine the status of the development agenda and content. (8) if the status information indicates levels of contamination, which poses a risk to human health or the environment, the regional environmental governance, review of category A permits, put the operator conditions the measures necessary to ensure the facility alignment in the right condition. Regional environmental governance conditions based on the requirements of the laws on soil and soil quality standards, as well as on the quality of ground water. " 13. Supplement article 30 to the fifth, sixth and seventh subparagraph by the following: "(5) (A) the termination of the categories in the event the operator shall ensure soil and groundwater assessment of the situation in relation to the hazardous chemicals used in the production, manufacture or discharged to the environment. Submit a regional environmental authority an application for discontinuance of the equipment, the operator then adds soil and groundwater pollution evaluation in comparison with the information contained in the baseline report. (6) If compared with the baseline report of the information contained in the soil and ground water in the assessment of soil and groundwater pollution is essential, as well as presenting a risk to human health and the environment, the regional environmental authority puts the operator conditions for carrying out the measures required to restore the original soil and underground waters. Regional environmental governance conditions based on the requirements of the laws on soil and soil quality standards, as well as on the quality of ground water. (7) If the conditions of authorization are not require to develop a series of actions in the event of suspension, the operator shall evaluate possible soil and underground water contamination and, if necessary, take the measures necessary to the machine does not cause soil and groundwater contamination threat. " 14. Express article 31 the following: ' article 31. Category (a) and (B) permit conditions (1) the authorisation includes conditions, compliance with which is necessary to ensure protection of human health and to achieve a high level of protection for the environment as a whole: in air, surface water, groundwater, soil and protection of subsoils, and determine: 1) the emission limits for pollutants that are likely to be emitted from the installation, subject to the nature of the substance concerned and the potential to transfer pollution from one environment to another (water , air, soil), as well as other types of emission limits; 2) requirements, which ensure that the soil and underground water protection against pollution, monitoring of emissions in the installation, as well as monitoring the measurement methodology, recurrence and evaluation to show A category of equipment complying with the best available techniques; 3) operator to provide an annual report on the fulfilment of the conditions of the authorisation; 4) requirements to be met by the operator to ensure the protection of human health and the environment, as well as waste management, use of natural resources and energy, as well as the use of chemicals and chemical products. To prevent soil and groundwater contamination, equipment, with respect to the use of dangerous chemicals, production or emission, the conditions of authorisation include requirements for equipment security control, including equipment, used in the manufacture or use of chemicals, the monitoring conditions according to article 45 of this law; 5) measures relating to plant unusual operating conditions, with the start-up of the machine (such as a device or its part tuning or testing before commissioning or after reconstruction in accordance with the technical documentation of the equipment), possible leakage, incorrect operation, sudden stopping and termination; 6) environmental quality objectives in a given area or under the river basin district management plan measures and deadlines for their implementation; 7) requirements for the energy efficiency of the equipment that the operator of this Act listed in annex 2 of the equipment should not apply in cases where the otherwise it is not possible to comply with greenhouse gas emission permit conditions; 8) other measures to be taken to ensure that this referred to in chapter II of the law requirements. (2) A category A permit conditions, including emission limit values or characteristics, based on the best available techniques. When determining permit conditions: 1) uses the conclusions on best available techniques in annex 1 of this law, the activities covered (equipment) without stating the specific nature of technology used; 2) takes into account the technical characteristics of the equipment, geographical location and environmental conditions. (3) A category A permit pollutant emission limit values are set so that the equipment normal work mode, they do not exceed the conclusions on best available techniques the emission limit values laid down in the light of the following considerations: 1) the emission limit value refers to the same or a shorter period in the same operating conditions, derived from best available techniques for emission limit values; 2) the emission limit values shall not apply to that part of paragraph 1, the conditions listed, but the operator with annual emissions monitoring results for regional environmental administration proves that the system you are working in normal operation mode, emissions shall not exceed the conclusions on best available techniques the emission limit values. (4) if the regional environmental authority in category A includes conditions for the operation of the equipment, on the basis of the best available techniques, which are not included in the conclusions on best available techniques, it ensures that the techniques used in the detection of this law article 21 referred to in the fifth subparagraph of the principles, as well as equipment for compliance with emissions limit values and target values. This regional environmental governance must be respected even if the installation is carried out or in the production process is not the subject of conclusions on best available techniques or conclusions that do not apply to an action or process the possible impact on the environment. In this case, the regional environmental authority in determining permit conditions, identify the operator views, add it to the permissions and publish national environmental service website as permission. (5) if the regulations set environmental quality regulations stipulate stricter conditions than it follows from the requirement to use best available techniques, in category A licences include conditions which must be complied with to achieve the relevant environmental quality standards. (6) the regional environmental authority in category A permits derogations from the conclusions on best available techniques in accordance with the emission limit values set, if the operator is based on the statutory regulations for the quality of the environment, facilities, geographical as well as equipment for the technical characteristics of the results of the research show that the conclusions on best available techniques for emission limit values in the cost, which is disproportionately high in comparison with the environment. In this case, the authorisation shall be accompanied by an annex, which includes evaluation and documented proof of the derogation, setting emission limit values. As a result of the derogation apply emission limit values do not exceed equipment emissions limit values laid down in article 11 of this law, in the second subparagraph or in article 15.0. (7) equipment used in new products or production processes, development of exploration or testing, regional environmental management category A transitional period determined in the permit derogations from the emission limit values and best available techniques, as well as measures restricting the occurrence of pollution, for a period not exceeding nine months. After the transitional period, the operator shall ensure that the equipment, which are used in the production of new products or processes, or to study the development testing, comply with the conclusions on best available techniques in accordance with the emission limit values set, or the equipment is stopped. (8) regional environmental management category A permits monitoring conditions based on the conclusions on best available techniques for the monitoring conditions mentioned. (9) category B permit conditions based on the activities of the relevant pollutant characteristics, facilities, geographical location and environmental conditions. If equipment emissions limit does not apply emission limit values of category B licences shall include the specific technical characteristics of the equipment. (10) the authorisation includes conditions that reduce the shifting of pollution over longer distances, as well as the cross-border transfer. (11) if the polluting activity is carried out or to be contaminated or potentially contaminated site, regional environmental management conditions of authorisation include requiring the operator to make a contaminated or potentially contaminated site investigation or remediation of contaminated sites. Decision on reorganisation of the research or the inclusion of conditions of authorisation shall be adopted in accordance with Chapter VII of this law. " 15. the third paragraph of article 32: express the following paragraph 2: "2), the European Commission has issued new conclusions on best available techniques of this Act specified in annex 1 to the polluting activity (installations);"; Add to part with a 3.1 point as follows: "31) in order to ensure that the authorisation under article 31 of this law in the seventh part of the said conditions;". 16. in article 32.2: express first and 1.1 part as follows: "(1) the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry, considering the public's views and having regard to the European Commission approved equipment list and its amendments, shall decide on the allocation of allowances to the operator, who has received a greenhouse gas emissions permit, not later than two months after receipt of the confirmation of the European Commission a list of the equipment or its amendments. The protection of the environment and regional development Ministry shall decide on the allocation of allowances to aircraft operators. (11) Operator who has received a greenhouse gas emissions permit this Act listed in annex 2 of the polluting activities, and aircraft operator the allowances granted for the following periods: 1) first period — 2005 1 January to 31 December 2007; second period-2) from January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2012; 3) third period: from 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2020; 4) further periods each of the next eight calendar years, beginning with the January 1 2021. "; turn off the fourth, 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3; express the sixth part as follows: "(6) the public limited liability company" Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre "each year to 28 February, the register of emissions allowances allocated to the operator and the operator accounts and national accounts emission allowance auction under the European Commission's list of approved equipment, environmental protection and the Ministry of regional development and European Union law of emissions and the distribution field emission allowance auction."; Supplement to the eighth article as follows: "(8) Cabinet of Ministers determines the order in which it is assumed that this article is referred to in the first paragraph of this article with respect to decisions of the 1.1 parts 3 and 4 of the period laid down in point." 17. in article 32.9: make the introductory part of the second part as follows: "(2) the machine stops, if a required permit or application for category C activities is received, but:"; Add to article 5.1 part as follows: "(51) where the breach of the conditions pose a direct risk to human health or may cause irreversible damage to the environment, the Government suspended the operation of all or part of the equipment until such time as this law in accordance with article 32.11 permissible equipment restore." 18. in article 44.1: make the third paragraph as follows: "(3) the Ministry of defense certified professionals who perform with military explosive objects and with unexploded munitions from the potentially contaminated and polluted sites and unexploded ordnance survey search, identification, removal, collection and storage." Add to article 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, with 3.4 and 3.5 part as follows: "(31) certificate is entitled to a physical person, which corresponds to the fifth subparagraph of this article, 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., 6., 7., 8, 9, 10 and 11 of the requirements and has passed with military explosive objects and with unexploded munitions and potentially contaminated sites contaminated sites and unexploded ordnance research search , identification, removal, collection and storage specialist qualification exam. The certificate shall be issued for a period of five years. (32) the Defense Department suspended the certificate if: 1) certificate has supplied false information; 2) person does not meet at least one of the fifth subparagraph of this article, 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., 6., 7., 8, 9, 10 or 11; 3) persons economic activity is suspended; 4) determined by the law or other court order. (33) the certificate shall be cancelled if the natural person within a period of four months from the date of the decision on the suspension of the certificate is not prevented this article 3.2 parts 1 and 2 of these irregularities, the force maintained that article 3.2 of part 3 and 4 above limitations or breach is not inevitable. (34) the Ministry of defence not less frequently than every three years to verify the conformity of certified professionals in the fifth subparagraph of this article. (35) the Cabinet of Ministers shall lay down the procedure by which: 1) certificates are to be issued, cancelled or stopping the action for natural persons that perform with military explosive objects and with unexploded munitions from the potentially contaminated and polluted areas, with unexploded ordnance search, identification, removal, collection and storage related activities; 2) with sort military explosive objects and with unexploded munitions and potentially contaminated sites contaminated sites and unexploded ordnance survey search, identification, removal, collection and storage specialist qualification exam. "; adding to the fifth subparagraph of the introductory paragraph by the words "or international restrictions" with the words "or in connection with its operations last year by a judgment which has the force of res judicata or of another competent authority decision (finding) no economic or labour rights violations"; Supplement fifth with 12 points as follows: ' 12) has stopped the operation of the certificate. "; to make the sixth, seventh and eighth as follows: "(6) a licence shall be issued after the payment of State fee for an indefinite period. Not less frequently than once every three years it re-registered at the Defense Ministry. (7) the Defense Department suspended the licence, if: 1) operator licence has provided false statements; 2) in his action violated the licence conditions or included in this Act or other legislation regulating the activities set out in the licence; a trader or merchant) 3 members (natural persons), except that the participation of shareholders in the company's share capital is less than 10 percent of the company's share capital, prokūrist, managers, individuals occupying positions in government institutions, as well as employees (certified individuals) directly related to license this work out, no longer meet the requirements of part 5; 4) operator with the judgment of the Court of Justice has declared insolvency or its economic activity is suspended; 5) basis, having been convicted by a judgment or other decision of the competent authorities (opinion), have found that he violated the laws and regulations governing environmental protection, competition, tax or employment law in the last three years to the Ministry of defence for review of the decision; 6) determined by the law or other court order. (8) the License shall be cancelled if the merchant submits the relevant application or if within four months from the date of the decision on the suspension of the licence, the operator does not remedy the seventh part of this article, these irregularities, or if the breach is not inevitable. " 19. Supplement article 45 the third part with the sentence the following wording: "category A polluting activity operator groundwater monitoring is carried out at least every five years and soil monitoring at least once every 10 years, unless it is determined that the permit on the basis of the risk assessment, the monitoring is to be made more often." 20. the express article 48 (3) as follows: "3) and renewed their website of the European Commission or the international organisation published information on best available techniques in the area concerned, the conclusions of the the best available techniques shall inform about them regional environmental management, as well as advise the operators on the matter; ". 21. Article 49: make the introductory part of the first subparagraph by the following: "(1) to ensure that statutory requirements are met and control, national environmental service development and national environmental service, the Director-General shall certify the environmental inspection plan. Control under the environmental inspection plan by the State environment inspectorate. The State environment inspectorate checks: "; Add to article 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 of the part as follows: "(11) environmental inspection plan national environment Department published on its Web site. The environmental inspection plan shall be updated at least every six years. (12) environmental inspection plan include: 1) a general assessment of relevant environmental issues; 2) indicated on the plan includes geographic area; 3) included in the equipment of the plan; 4) regular inspection of environmental programming procedure that provides for the period between two equipment tests according to the risk that the machine creates the environment: facilities that pose a high risk to the annual inspection, the equipment low-risk checks carried out at least every three years; 5) emergency environmental inspection procedures; 6) the rules on cooperation with other controlling authorities. (13) the national environmental service within four months after the inspection on its website a report on the results of the inspection of equipment. " 22. transitional provisions be supplemented with 34, 35 and 36, as follows: "34. Amended article 11 of this law in the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 of the new version of the expression, as well as in article 11 the second paragraph 19 and 20 and article 29 of the seventh subparagraph shall enter into force on 31 March 2013. 35. This law, article 28 paragraph 2 of part 2.1, article 29 of the sixth part, article 30 of the fifth, sixth and seventh of the amended article 31 in relation to the first part of this article 4, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, third, fourth, sixth and eighth parts, as well as the new version of article 45 of the second sentence of the third paragraph applies in the following order: 1) polluting activity (installations) that category A polluting issued authorization or for which an application for category A polluting activities has been accepted to the day entry into force of the amendments in question, — starting with the 2014 7 January; 2) polluting activity (installations) referred to in annex 1 of this law, the first subparagraph of paragraph 4, the fifth subparagraph 1., 2., and in paragraph 3, fifth subparagraph 3.1, 4.1 and in point 6, paragraph 1, of the sixth part of the "c" section, sixth paragraph 4 of point "b" and sixth in points 10 and 11 and that the issued pollutants to perform authorization or for which an application for polluting activities has been accepted to the day entry into force of the amendments concerned, ranging from 7 January 2015. 36. The Cabinet of Ministers until 2013 30 April issue of this law article 3.5 and 44.1 in the fourth paragraph, the rules laid down. Until the new Cabinet after the date of entry into force of the provisions, but no longer than up to 2013 is in effect April 30 Cabinet 2008 august 25 With Regulation No. 671 "military explosive objects and unexploded munitions-contaminated and potentially contaminated sites remediation research and activities Specialist certification and licensing" of economic operators, in so far as they do not conflict with this Act. " 23. Add to the informative reference to directives of the European Union with 15 and 16 points as follows: "15) the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008, Directive 2008/98/EC on waste and on certain directives (text with EEA relevance); 16) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010, the EU directive 2010/75/on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control) (recast) (text with EEA relevance) ". 24. Make annex 1 as follows: "the law" on pollution "in annex 1 of the polluting activity (installations), which require A permit for category (1) energy: 1) combustion plants with a rated thermal input exceeding entered 50 megawatts; 2) mineral oil and gas purification and refining plant; 3) coke ovens; 4) fuel gasification and liquefaction equipment used: (a) hard coal, b)) other fuel types, if the machine's total nominal thermal power is entered in 20 MW and more. (2) in the production and processing of metals: 1) equipment metal ores, sulphide ores, also burning and melt; 2) equipment for cast iron or steel or re-melting the first, including the continued spilling with a capacity exceeding 2.5 tonnes per hour; 3) installations for the processing of ferrous metals: a) hot-rolling mills with a capacity exceeding 20 tonnes of steel per hour, b) forging shop, using mechanisms (such as pneumatic or hydraulic hammer, press), the energy of which exceeds 50 kilodžoul to each mechanism where the thermal power exceeds 20 megawatts, c) equipment metal alloy aizsargslāņ is applied, with a capacity of more than 2 tons of steel per hour 4) ferrous metal foundries that production capacity exceeding 20 tonnes per day; 5): (a) equipment from ores,) where ore concentrates or secondary raw materials (e.g. scrap metal) to produce crude in the non-ferrous metals in metallurgical, chemical or electrolysis path b) non-ferrous metals, also used for recycling metals, smelting, including leģēšan, with a capacity of more than 4 tons of molten lead or cadmium or 20 tonnes per day of any molten metal a day; 6) equipment, which use electrolysis or chemical processes in metal and plastic surface treatment and electrolysis bath or chemical treatment tanks total capacity exceeding 30 cubic metres. (3) minerals: 1) equipment of cement clinker in rotary kilns, which production capacity exceeding 500 tonnes per day of production, or lime in rotary kilns, of which the production capacity exceeding 50 tonnes per day of production, or other types of furnaces for the production of lime production capacity exceeding 50 tonnes per day of production; 2) installations for the production of asbestos and the manufacture of asbestos products; 3) equipment glass, including glass fibre production, with a melting capacity exceeding 20 tonnes per day; 4) installations for the smelting of non-metallic minerals, non-metallic minerals also for the production of fibres, with a melting capacity exceeding 20 tonnes per day; 5) equipment branded clay products, including roofing tiles, bricks, refractory bricks, tiles, pattern, or China, where production capacity exceeding 75 tonnes per day of finished products and (or) that the firing the oven volume is greater than 4 cubic metres and roasting in the oven you can put more than 300 kilograms production per oven cubic meters. (4) the chemical industry under the seventh paragraph of this annex these conditions: 1) installations for the production of organic chemicals, such as: a) hydrocarbons (cyclical and not cyclical, saturated and unsaturated, aliphatic or aromatic hydrocarbon) production, b) Oxygen-containing hydrocarbons such as alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, acetates, ethers, peroxides, epoxy resins, c) sulphurous hydrocarbons production, d) Nitrogenous hydrocarbons production, such as amines, amides, nitrous compounds, nitro compounds or nitrate compounds nitriles, cyanates, isocyanates, or e) phosphorus-containing hydrocarbons (f)), for the production of halogēnūdeņraž g) organometallic compounds for the manufacture of plastics, h): synthetic polymer fiber and cellulose fibre-polymer production i) synthetic rubber or rubber production, j) dyes and pigments industry, k) for the production of surfactants; 2) equipment for the production of inorganic substances, such as: a) gases such as ammonia, chlorine or hydrochloric acid, fluorine or hydrogen fluoride, carbon oxides, sulphur compounds, nitrogen oxides, hydrogen, sulphur dioxide, fosgēn, production, b), such as hromskāb acid, hydrofluoric acid, phosphoric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, oleum, sērpaskāb, production, c) bases, such as ammonium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, production d) salts, such as ammonium chloride, potassium chlorate, potassium carbonate, sodium carbonate , perborate, silver nitrate, production, e) non-metals, metal oxides or other inorganic compounds such as calcium carbide, Silicon, silicon carbide; 3) equipment, nitrogen, phosphorus or potassium-containing simple or compound fertilizer production; 4) equipment, plant protection products or biocides; 5) equipment that produce pharmaceutical substances using chemical or biological processes; 6) installations for the production of explosives. (5) the waste management: 1) installations for hazardous waste for disposal or recovery, with a capacity exceeding 10 tonnes per day and take one or more of the following: (a) biological treatment), b) physico-chemical processing, mixing or blending of c) before putting another this part 1 and 2 of the above activities, d) repackaging before putting another this part 1 and 2 activities referred to in , e) solvent recycling and (or) recovery, f) inorganic materials except metals and metal compounds, processing and (or) recovery of acids or bases, g) recovery of pollution treatment, h) recovery of components used, recovery of components from catalysts) i, j) petroleum products, recycling or other forms of reuse, k) into surface reservoirs; 2) facilities for incineration or recovery of waste, and waste co-incineration plant with a capacity of: (a) the following non-hazardous waste), with a capacity exceeding 3 tonnes per hour, b) hazardous waste — with a capacity of over 10 tonnes per day 3) facilities for the disposal of non-hazardous waste with a capacity exceeding 50 tonnes per day (with the exception of activities covered by the framework law on emission of pollutants in the water) that use one or more of the following: (a) biological treatment), b) physico-chemical treatment, c) preparation of waste for incineration or co-incineration, d of ash and slag treatment), e) metal waste, including waste electrical and electronic equipment and end-of life vehicles and their components , smalcinātājo; 31) equipment for the recovery of non-hazardous waste, as well as facilities for non-hazardous waste recovery and disposal with the capacity of over 75 tonnes per day (with the exception of activities included in the legislative framework for pollutant emission in water), subject to the conditions referred to in the eighth, which is used in one or more of the following: (a), (b) the biological purification)) preparation of waste for incineration or co-incineration, c) ash and slag treatment, d) metal waste , including the waste electrical and electronic equipment and end-of life vehicles and their components, processing smalcinātājo; 4) landfill, which can accommodate more than 10 tons of waste per day or with a total capacity exceeding 25 000 tonnes, excluding landfills of inert waste; 41) hazardous waste temporary storage areas, which do not comply with this part, paragraph 4 of the conditions and that store hazardous waste with a total quantity exceeding 50 tonnes before the hazardous waste is taken, referred to this part 1, 2, 4 and 6. Hazardous waste in temporary storage at the place of production (before the Assembly) do not include in this action; 5) installations for the disposal of hazardous waste, if they bury polihlorēto polihlorēto biphenyls, terphenyls or wastes containing these substances or devices; 6) underground storage of hazardous waste with a total capacity of over 50 tons. (6) Other sectors: 1) equipment: a) pulp from timber or other mechanical pulp, b) paper or paperboard production, which can produce more than 20 tonnes of production per day, c) driven plate panels, wood shavings, filings of boards or panels of fiber plate panels production (a separate panel or different panel types together), having a production capacity of more than 600 m3 per day; 2) plant fiber or fabric original processing (such as washing, bleaching, mercerization or dyeing), which can handle more than 10 tons of material a day; 3) facility for the treatment of skin treatment capacity exceeds 12 tonnes of finished products per day; 4) plant foods: a) the slaughterhouses that production capacity greater than 50 tonnes per day, carcass b) food or feed production plants which treated or processed (excluding packaging):-animal raw materials (other than milk) with a finished product production capacity greater than 75 tonnes per day, — the raw materials of plant origin and having finished product production capacity is greater than 300 tonnes per day or more than 600 tonnes per day, if the machine works period, not exceeding 90 consecutive days a year — plant and animal origin and mixed, both individual articles (mass of the finished product shall not be included in the packaging. These provisions do not apply to the production, in which raw material is used only milk) when finished product production capacity greater than 75 tonnes per day, and the mass of animal origin (as a percentage of the weight of the finished product) is equal to or greater than all of the other 10. in cases where the limit values, taking into account the raw materials of animal origin (percentage by mass) in the finished product, calculated using the following formula:-300 (22.5 × A), where A — animal material as a percentage of the weight of the finished product or the appropriate limit value calculation chart in annex 3 of this Act, c) milk factories, which can take more than 200 tons of milk a day (if 200 tonnes per day is the annual average); 5) animal carcases and animal waste disposal or processing facilities, with a capacity exceeding 10 tonnes per day; 6) farm for intensive pig and poultry farming, which is: (a) more than 40 000 poultry), (b)) more than 2,000 pigs, weighing more than 30 kilograms more than 750 sows, c); 7) equipment, substances, materials or products for the surface treatment using organic solvents, also finishing work, printing, surface coating, degreasing, watertight form of processing, calibration, painting, cleaning or impregnating,, in which the organic solvent consumption capacity of more than 150 kilograms per hour or 200 tonnes/year; 8) equipment of coal or graphite electrode production, using burning high temperatures; 9) carbon dioxide (CO2) flow detection of activity (installations), as listed in the annex in relation to the geological storage of carbon dioxide, as defined by the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009. directive 2009/31/EC on the geological storage of carbon dioxide and amending Council Directive 85/337/EEC, European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/60/EC, 2001/80/EC, 2004/35/EC, 2006/12/EC 2008/1/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 (text with EEA relevance); 10) equipment for timber and timber products preservation, except for treatment against zilējum of fungi using chemical substances whose production capacity exceeds 75 m3 per day; 11) equipment to independent waste water treatment that provides this polluting activities referred to in the annex to the waste water treatment on waste water treatment plants not covered by the laws and regulations on the emission of pollutants in the water. (7) the term "production", in relation to the fourth paragraph of this annex, the following means of industrial production, which is carried out in the process of this part 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 of this substance or class of substances chemical or biological processing. (8) If only the waste treatment operation referred to in the fifth subparagraph of this annex, point 3.1, is the anaerobic decomposition, the capacity limit is 100 tons a day. " 25. To supplement the law with annex 3 as follows: "the law" on pollution "annex 3 animal material (as a percentage of the weight of the finished product) threshold calculation chart animal material (as a percentage of the weight of the finished product) law the Parliament adopted 31 January 2013. The President a. Smith 2013 in Riga on February 20.