The Provisions For Preventive And Rehabilitation Measures And Procedures For The Invaluable And Incalculable Environmental Damage Prevention, Emergency And Rehabilitation Activities

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par preventīvajiem un sanācijas pasākumiem un kārtību, kādā novērtējams kaitējums videi un aprēķināmas preventīvo, neatliekamo un sanācijas pasākumu izmaksas

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 281 in 2007. April 24 (. No 25 31) provisions on preventive and rehabilitation measures and procedures for the invaluable and incalculable environmental damage prevention, emergency and rehabilitation costs of measures Issued in accordance with the environmental protection act article 27 paragraph 5 of part three, article 28 of the sixth, thirteenth part of article 31 and article 34 and the second paragraph of species and Habitat Protection Act article 4, point 3 (I). The general question of rules determined by the 1. : 1.1. direct harm in cases where national environmental service organizes preventive measures;
1.2. the order in which a direct threat of harm to the national environmental service organizes preventive measures;
1.3. the rehabilitation goals and methods used, if there is damage to the environment;
1.4. the procedures established and carried out rescue measures if there is damage to the environment;
1.5. procedures for assessing environmental damage and preventive, emergency and rehabilitation activities;
1.6. the order in which the national environmental service and information providers furnish the Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency whenever incurred direct harm, or cause damage to the environment;
1.7. compensation for specially protected species and habitats of the individual destruction or damage. II. Preventive measures 2. National environmental service (hereinafter service) organizes preventive measures must, if there is a direct threat of harm, which could be exceeded in certain environmental laws and environmental quality regulations, or they could cause adverse effects to human health and provided that: 2.1 the operator whose professional activity is caused by a direct threat of harm, do not service the required necessary preventive measures;
2.2. the operator whose professional activity is caused by the direct threat of damage, to fulfil the service instructions for the preventive measures and therefore does not prevent or reduce the harm directly;
2.3. operator is not found, the professional activity which caused collateral damage;
2.4. the preventive measures, which directly harm the case made by the operator, whose professional activity is caused by direct damage to the threat, not sufficiently effective and direct threat of injury does not prevent;
2.5. the operator should not be required to bear the costs of preventive measures in environmental protection in the cases stipulated by law. 3. these rules referred to in paragraph 2, the direct threat of injury cases: 3.1 determines the direct threat of injury causes and sources, evaluate the direct threat of injury prone areas and types of natural resources and, if it is not possible for all the protected natural resource protection, the occurrence of a direct threat of harm, priority to protect natural resources;
3.2. provide your employees coming in a place where there is a direct threat of harm, situation assessment, and site survey;
3.3. inform the institutions according to the laws and regulations on environmental protection, pollution, transport and civil protection plans involving the conduct of preventive measures, and in cooperation with these institutions participate in the organisation of preventive measures to prevent the direct threat of damage and prepare for possible restriction or elimination of the accident;
3.4. If necessary, attract other public or municipal institution or individuals directly in the evaluation of harm and prevention;
3.5. coordinate and cooperate in the exchange of information with State and local government institutions and individuals;
3.6. inform the local authorities, which are or may be affected;
3.7. in cooperation with the local authorities, if necessary, inform the healthcare equipment, located in the territory, which could affect the possible environmental damage;
3.8. the operator requests it made of the monitoring data;
3.9. take the other measures necessary for the direct threats of harm. 4. If a direct threat of harm or threats may occur or adverse effects on human health, the service will call on the Ministry of health authorities subordinated to direct damage to the threat assessment and prevention. 5. If a direct threat of harm is caused by an object covered by the laws on industrial accident risk assessment procedures and knowledge of risk measures, sam or if a direct threat of harm to meet the civil protection plans specific hazards, preventive measures and the performance of the organisation shall be conducted in accordance with the laws and the documents. III. assessment of environmental damage and the urgent measures 6. If there is damage to the environment, the Department immediately provides the environmental damage the site, to provide an initial assessment of the damage to the environment and certain emergency measures. Inspection service surveyed environmental damage and assess its extent and nature of the damage exposed natural resources and human health, injury prevention, and its possible spread. 7. If damage to the environment or constitute a danger to or adverse effects on human health, service call on Health Ministry's subordinated authorities to assess the damage to the environment and to establish, organize, or assess the emergency measures and bailout measures. 8. After the inspection services shall immediately draw up inspection. Inspection shall also indicate the time-limit within which the operator whose professional activities have caused damage to the environment, must be submitted to the service of the emergency measures plan. If the emergency measures to be taken immediately and the operator has not done it, the service checks the Act specifies the measures which the operator must perform. 9. If the service check reveals that the operator already has taken the necessary emergency measures, inspection indicates the measures taken. 10. The Operator checks the time limit specified in the Act shall submit the Emergency Department action plan, except that rule 8 and 9 in paragraph. 30 days service assess the emergency action plan and decide on emergency measures. The decision shall specify the period within which the operator must take emergency measures. If necessary, give instructions to the operator in the decision on the measures to be taken. 11. After the emergency measures, the operator shall immediately inform the Department in writing. The service organizes this event evaluation and shall assess the environmental damage. 12. in relation to the environmental damage assessed: 12.1. damage to specially protected natural territories, mikroliegum, injury to the specially protected species or habitats;
12.2. the damage to the water (surface or ground water): 12.2.1. damage to the fish resources in accordance with the fisheries inspection;
12.2.2. the damage to the ecological or chemical quality, quantitative position or ecological potential. Damage is assessed by comparing the existing situation with the ūdensobjekt the baseline condition, carrying out the necessary analysis and evaluation of monitoring results, as well as respecting the law in certain environmental quality;
12.3. the damage to the soil or earth's depths. Damage is assessed by comparing the contaminated soil or earth to the baseline condition, carrying out the necessary analysis and evaluation of monitoring results, as well as respecting the law in certain environmental quality regulations. 13. If the area in which damage to the environment, finds more by origin, age or different types of pollutants, evaluate each individual contaminants harmful to the environment. 14. If the environmental damage assessment and restoration measures of the decision making requires different institutions, expert or professional opinion, service with the order established by the Commission. Panelists include service and other environmental institutions subordinated to the Ministry representatives and, if necessary, in the light of the damage to the environment, the local government representatives in the territory of which has harmed the environment, or the representatives of the other institutions. Where environmental damage caused to forest lands, panelists include national forest service representative. 15. If the initial assessment does not provide sufficient information to assess the environmental damage, the service again. Service in the test can be linked to the representatives of the Commission, as well as other national or local government bodies, or individuals who have a contract with the service, and their opinions and the results of the inspection to be added. 16. After inspection the inspection service. Inspection shall also indicate the time-limit within which the operator whose professional activities have caused damage to the environment, must be submitted to the service plan of reorganisation measures. 17. in order to fully assess the environmental damage and the adoption of reorganisation measures, the service has the right to attract operators and organise accompanying measures, to assess the environmental damage. Services shall inquire, assessed and, where possible, take into account the observations of the holder which immovable property intended to make the bailout measures. IV. Rehabilitation goals and methods and the choice of reorganisation measures 18. Recovery objectives are:

18.1. in respect of damage to water, protected species in particular, or specially protected habitats-restore baseline condition through the primary, complementary and compensatory remediation, as well as prevent significant risk to adverse effects on human health. Restore, including natural recovery for damage to the waters, especially protected species or habitats of special conservation interest means the return of damaged natural resources or impaired with natural resources related to restore function to baseline condition and in the case of soil or Earth-any adverse human health effects of major risk prevention;
18.2. in respect of damage to soil or earth-to restore or at least a baseline to ensure that pollution is collected, controlled, limited or reduced to it, taking into account land use objectives, do not create a significant threat to or adverse effects on human health or the environment. 19. Primary remediation is a package of measures, the aim of which is to restore the damaged natural resources or worsened by natural resources related functions to their baseline condition or close to it as possible. 20. additional remediation is a set of measures taken in relation to natural resources or to natural resources related functions to compensate for entirely on the primary remediation does not recover damaged natural resources or with natural resources related functions. Additional rehabilitation aims to achieve a similar level of natural resources or with natural resources related to the level of the function as it would be if the damaged area would be restored to its baseline condition. 21. If additional remediation is not possible to restore the damaged area, the Department decides to restore an alternative area. This is possible if the alternative areas land belongs to the operator, or the operator has reached agreement with the land owner. If possible and appropriate, alternative site geographically linked to the damaged area, taking into account the affected natural resources, in particular the affected designated species or protect particular habitats. 22. the compensatory restoration is an activity that is carried out to compensate for natural resources or with the function of natural resources interim losses, compounded by the emergence of the damage until primary remediation has achieved its full effect. This compensation consists of additional improvements to the specially protected habitats and species or water ruined area or in the alternative, and it can not be replaced by financial compensation. Internal loss occurs when a damaged natural resources or with natural resources related functions not able to perform their ecological functions or provide a role to other natural resources or to the public until the primary or complementary remediation is not work. 23. where primary remediation does not provide environmental recovery to baseline condition, perform additional remediation. 24. the choice of methods of Remediation, especially protected species specially protected habitats or comply with the following conditions: 24.1. setting the primary restoration measures, service assess the opportunity to renew natural resources or with the natural resources associated cue functions to their baseline condition accelerated or using natural regeneration;
24.2. the additional and compensatory restoration measures and the amount originally assessed all the natural resources that require remediation. First consider measures designed to restore the same natural resources or with natural resources related to the type of function, quality and quantity. If this is not possible, provide alternative natural resources or with natural resources related functions;
15.1. If it is not possible to use this rule 24.2. the individual referred to natural resources or to natural resources seeks to function and clouded damage cannot be avoided or prevented, service: 24.3.1. losses especially protected species or habitats calculated in accordance with this provision, chapter VI;
24.3.2. water damage is calculated as losses for fish resources in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 28 and injury relating to waters pollution remained a unit of that estimated by calculating or doing the analysis, according to the provisions of annex 1, table 1. 25. additional compensatory restoration measures and plans to provide additional natural resources or with natural resources related functions, taking into account the benefits of reorganisation measures and they require a period of time. 26. the rehabilitation methods of water, especially protected species or habitats of special conservation interest assessed by using the best available techniques, based on the following criteria: 26.1. effects on human health and the safety of the public;
26.2. implementation costs;
26.3. the probability of success;
26.4. the degree to which the method will prevent future damage, and avoid further injury by implementing the method;
26.5. the degree to which the method will benefit each natural resource or natural resource related components to function;
16.5. the degree to which each method takes account of the social, economic and cultural aspects and other relevant factors specific to the territory;
16.6. the period of time that is required to compensate environmental damage in the horse to be effective;
16.7. the degree to which will restore the area where environmental damage has occurred;
26.9. Geographic link to the affected area. 27. Assessing method of rehabilitation service can choose the primary san tion measures with which to baseline condition can not restore damage water or protected species or habitats or that restore it more slowly. The service can be accepted only if the natural resources or with natural resources related functions that were previously possible primary territory, after the adoption of this decision will be offset by increasing complementary or compensatory actions to provide a similar or natural resources natural resources associated with the feature level, what was previously. Additional measures of rehabilitation shall be determined in accordance with the provisions referred to in point of 24.2. requirements. 28. The reorganisation measures in respect of the injury to the fish resources shall be determined in accordance with the opinion of the fisheries inspection. 29. The reorganisation measures in respect of damage to soil or land within States: 18.1. use of risk assessment procedures, taking into account the soil or earth science features and properties of chemicals, chemical products (preparations), organisms or micro-organisms type and concentration, the threat and the likelihood of dispersal;
29.2. taking into account land use objectives, what was at the time when the injury occurred. If the purpose of land use has changed, determine the measures to be taken to prevent any adverse effects on human health;
29.3. in assessing the likelihood of natural recovery, without direct human intervention;
18.3. in the light of the environmental quality standards laid down in the laws on soil and soil quality;
29.5. If damage cannot be avoided or prevented,-the calculation of the injury for the remaining pollution unit, rated, calculating or doing the analysis, according to this provision table 2 of annex 1. V. determination of reorganisation measures and conducting 30. inspection by the Operator according to the deadline laid down in the restructuring plan drawn up in the light of this provision of the requirements referred to in chapter IV, and shall submit it to the Department for evaluation and approval. If the rehabilitation measures organized by the service plan of reorganisation measures to organise the service. 31. If the operator is not found or the environmental damage is caused by a person who is not considered an operator, intentionally or negligently performed an action or omission that is a violation of environmental legislation, rehabilitation measures organized by Department according to funding granted. 32. If the operator plan of reorganisation measures requires the action of the service information for the assessment of the environmental damage, the service, any information in its possession gives the operator. 33. the Department, in cooperation with the Commission (if any) of the administrative procedure law within the operator shall evaluate the developed plan of reorganisation measures, taking into account environmental damage and that in chapter IV of these regulations, and shall adopt a decision on a reorganisation measure. Decision points: 33.1. reorganisation measures taken with regard to damage to the specially protected natural areas, especially protected species individuals or Habitat, water and soil, or earth's depths. If environmental damage cannot be avoided or prevented the consequences only in part, indicate the amount that must be paid to the operator, and the State budget deadline by which the amount payable is calculated for the public in General;
33.2. the opening of reorganisation measures, this event procedure and time-limits to which such measures expenditure;
33.3. the time-limit within which the operator must provide information on the reorganisation measures;
20.8. other conditions or instructions to the operator about the bailout do ating. 34. Despite the provisions of paragraph 27 of these conditions and the introduction of the environmental protection act that article 28 of the seventh paragraph, the Department may decide that further reorganisation measures shall not be conducted if:

34.1. the emergency regulations and the reorganisation measures ensure that there is no longer any significant risk of adversely affecting human health, water or protected species and habitats;
21.3. the estimated cost of the measures to be taken to achieve the State of the body or a similar level of environmental quality, is disproportionate to the environmental benefits. 35. If the operator whose professional activities have caused environmental damage, the time of reorganisation measures establishes that the decision of the service specified in the reorganisation measures can not prevent damage to the environment, the operator shall submit to the Department an application that substantiates the need to amend the decision taken in the service. Service evaluate the operator in the application of the information referred to in the Act on administrative procedures. 36. following the reorganisation measures, the operator shall inform the authorities of the measures taken, adding the application information, proving that the reorganisation measures shall be made in accordance with the decision of the service, including the accredited laboratory analysis test reports. 37. In order to determine whether the operator has prevented damage to the environment according to the decision of the service, the service check. Check the service attracts the people, if the service does not have the necessary professional or service for a decision necessary. Inspection findings indicate, as well as the operator of environmental monitoring to be carried out and the time limit for the submission of monitoring data in the service, to ensure that the reorganisation measures are adequate and there is a deterioration of the environment. Vi. Indemnification in respect of specially protected species or habitats 38. If using this provision in the chapter IV rehabilitation methods, it is not possible to restore a particular protected species or habitats, baseline service calculated in accordance with this chapter, the damages particularly protected species or habitats, problems which include the State in General. 39. The damage especially protected natural areas are assessed in the light of the injury to particular individuals or protected species habitats. If these rules 2, 3 and 4 in the annex of specially protected species individuals destroyed or damaged in the nature reserve, nature sanctuaries, national park or biosphere reserve natural barring, as well as the mikroliegum or specially protected forest area in the district, the loss recoverable triple. 40. to cover the damage to protected species in particular individuals (such as animal species individuals killing, wounding and Habitat devastation, plant species the individual cutting, plucking, cutting, gathering, damaging, reading and their Habitat devastation), the amount of remuneration shall be determined according to the particular classification of protected species into groups depending on their occurrence and significance of risks,: 24.9. the first group of special protection of individuals of the species (annex 2) destruction or damage damage to pay the minimum monthly salary 40 per individual;
40.2. the second group of individuals of the species of special conservation interest (annex 3) destruction of or damage to the damage to pay the minimum monthly salary of 10 per individual;
40.3. the third group of special protection of individuals of the species (annex 4) destruction of or damage to the damage to pay the minimum monthly salary of about five for every individual. 41. On the protected species in particular the destruction of or damage to individuals, other than those mentioned in these provisions 2, 3 or 4 in the annex, the damage to pay the minimum monthly salary of three per individual, if the individual specifically designated species destroyed or damaged its protection in the area of mikroliegum created. 42. special protection of Habitat damage (destruction or deterioration, such as pollution, grubbing-up, building, land transformation, ūdensrežīm, mineral extraction) to pay the minimum monthly salary of about five for every 10 m2 of destroyed or damaged Habitat. Damages and specially protected forest scrub habitats is not calculated if the forest damage calculated in accordance with the laws and regulations on the determination of the injury caused to the forest. 43. Concerning specially protected bird egg stage or the destruction of or damage to the practice (egg eggs or damaging, removal of juveniles from the socket) recoverable amount of injury raised two times for every individual, according to the group, in which the species included. VII. Preventive, emergency and rehabilitation measures cost accounting is 44. This chapter applies to the prevention, emergency and rehabilitation measures that formed the body, organising or carrying out a preventive, emergency or rescue measures, including measures involving the other institutions or individuals. 45. Preventive, emergency and rehabilitation activities of their work costs necessary to reduce and prevent the risk of damage to environment, perform emergency and rehabilitation measures, to prevent injury due to damage to the environment. 46. The preventive, emergency and rehabilitation measures for the calculation of the cost of the Authority include: 46.1. charge for the actual expenditure of that organ in zējus or taken a preventive, emergency and rehabilitation measures;
46.2. the costs relating to preventive, emergency and rehabilitation measures, on the basis of the contracts concluded between the authority, which organised a preventive, emergency and rehabilitation activities, and who have taken the measures referred to in this paragraph, and payment documents;
46.3. the Authority's administrative costs incurred in arranging or conducting preventive, emergency or rescue measures. 47. within 30 days after such provisions laid down, in order to prevent direct harm or threat of harm to the environment, the authority draws up legislation for prevention, emergency and rehabilitation measures. The Act specifies the preventive, emergency and rehabilitation activities and shall determine the period within which the amount payable in the country in General. VIII. The provision of information in cases where the resulting environmental damage or threat of damage to direct 48. Operator information on cases where direct harm incurred or caused damage to the environment, submitted in writing to the service according to annex 5 of these rules, while sending it electronically. Service assesses the information submitted by the operator and, if the information is incomplete or does not indicate all the rules referred to in annex 5, instructs the operator to refine. 49. the operator shall submit in writing to the information in the Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency (hereinafter Agency), while sending it electronically. 50. If the service organizes preventive measures, emergency measures or rehabilitation measures, the operator of the service does not provide information about the case that caused the environmental damage or the threat of collateral damage. In this case this information shall be submitted in writing to the Agency and, at the same time sending it electronically. 51. the information about the case that caused the environmental damage or threat of damage, direct the operator shall submit to the Department not later than three months after the damage caused to the environment or harm the direct threat. If the reorganisation measures in respect of the damage caused to the environment in this period is not yet fully completed, the operator shall provide information on the environmental damage and the measures already carried out the attack. The following information shall be submitted after the completion of the reorganisation measure, but no less than annually. 52. the Agency electronically collect information about cases in which caused the environmental damage or the threat of collateral damage. The Agency shall establish, maintain and update the database. 53. the information contained in the database is publicly available on the Agency's website on the internet. 54. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 March 2001, Regulation No 117 "rules for compensation for particularly protected species and habitat destruction of individuals or corrupted" (Latvian journal, 2001, no. 43). Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004, Directive 2004/35/EC on environmental liability with regard to the prevention and remedying of environmental damage. Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 24 April 2007 the Regulation No. 281 of pollution according to the classification of pollutants after the danger of water pollution table 1 no BC contaminants and substances of hazard group class pollution unit value ($/tonne) (1). The chemical oxygen demand (COD) averaged 2. total of 300.00 dangerous nitrogen (total N) average hazard 300.00 3. Total phosphorus (P total) average dangerous 300.00 4. Absorbable organic halides (AOX total score) average of dangerous
300.00 5. Zinc and its compounds dangerous 80000.00 6. Copper and its compounds dangerous 80000.00 7. Nickel and its compounds dangerous 80000.00 8. dihlorfenoksietiķskāb 80000.00 2.4-a dangerous 9. Acrylonitrile dangerous 10.80000.00 tin organic compounds (expressed as Tin) dangerous 80000.00 11. Dichloromethane dangerous 80000.00 12. Diethanolamine dangerous Dimethoate or rogor 80000.00 13. dangerous 80000.00 epichlorohydrin dangerous 80000.00 14 15.

Phenols (phenol index) dangerous, potentially dangerous Formaldehyde 80000.00 16 80000.00 17-,3-,4-2 hloranilīn dangerous 80000.00 chlorobenzene 80000.00 18 in dangerous 19. Naphthalene dangerous 80000.00. Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) 20 dangerous 21.80000.00 simazine dangerous. dangerous 80000.00 22 80000.00 23. Tributyl phosphate trifluralin dangerous 80000.00 24th Monoaromātisk hydrocarbons (benzene, toluene, Ethylbenzene, xylene) with aggregates BTEX dangerous 80000.00 25. Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) dangerous 80000.00 Alahlor 80000.00 26, potentially dangerous, potentially dangerous Atrazine 27 80000.00 28 80000.00 29. dangerous Benzene chlorfenvinphos chlorpyrifos 80000.00 30. danger dangerous 80000.00

31. Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) Diuron 80000.00 32. danger dangerous 33.80000.00 fluoranthene hazardous 80000.00 hazardous 80000.00 34. Isoproturon 35.4-(about) 36-Nonylphenol dangerous 80000.00.4-octylphenol dangerous 80000.00 37.4-tert-octylphenol dangerous 38.80000.00 Benzo [a] pyrene dangerous 80000.00 39. Benz [e] acefenantrilēn (3.4-benzofluorantēn) dangerous 80000.00 40. Benz [g, h, i] perylene dangerous 41.80000.00 Benzo [k] fluoranthene indeno 80000.00 42. danger [1, 2, 3-cd] pyrene dangerous 80000.00 43. Tributyltin cations dangerous 80000.00 44. Arsenic and its the compounds dangerous 80000.00 45. Chromium and its compounds dangerous 46.80000.00 cyclic hydrocarbons of petroleum not dangerous 47.1.2-dichloroethane 80000.00 dangerous 80000.00 48. Lead and its compounds especially hazardous 500000.00 49. trichlorobenzene 1,2,4-particularly dangerous aldrin 500000.00 50 500000.00 51. particularly dangerous Dihlordifeniltrihloretān (DDT), dihlordifenildihloretān (SWP) and dihlordifenildihloretilēn (DDE) 500000.00 52. particularly dangerous dieldrin particularly dangerous 500000.00 53. Mercury and its compounds 54 particularly dangerous 500000.00. Endrin particularly dangerous 500000.00 or perhlorbutadiēn 55. Hexachlorobutadiene is especially dangerous for 500000.00 56. Hexachlorobenzene severely hazardous
500000.00 57. Hexachlorocyclohexane (all isomers), including lindane particularly dangerous 500000.00 58. Trichloromethane (chloroform) particularly dangerous 500000.00 59. particularly dangerous 500000.00 Isodrin 60. Cadmium and its compounds especially dangerous 500000.00 61. Perchloroethylene or tetrachloroethylene particularly dangerous 500000.00 62. Pcp particularly dangerous 500000.00 63. Carbon tetrachloride or particularly dangerous 500000.00 tetrahlormetān 64. Trichloroethylene particularly dangerous 500000.00 65. Trichlorobenzene (technical) particularly dangerous 66.500000.00 anthracene particularly dangerous brominated diphenyl ethers 500000.00 67. particularly dangerous 500000.00 C10-C13 chloralkanes 68. particularly dangerous 500000.00 69. Endosulfan
particularly dangerous 500000.00 70. Alpha-endosulfan 500000.00 71. particularly dangerous Nonylphenol (mixed isomers) particularly dangerous 500000.00 72. Pentachlorobenzene particularly dangerous 500000.00 73. Trichlorobenzene (mixed isomers) particularly dangerous 500000.00 74. Tributyltin compounds especially dangerous 500000.00 table 2 soil and water pollution no seabed p.k. contaminants and substances of hazard group class pollution unit value ($/t) 1 total nitrogen (total N) average hazard 2.1000.00 total phosphorus (P total) average dangerous 1000.00 3. Zinc and its compounds dangerous 10000.00 4.
Copper and its compounds dangerous 10000.00 5. Nickel and its compounds dangerous 10000.00 2.4-6 dihlorfenoksietiķskāb of dangerous 10000.00 7. Acrylonitrile dangerous 10000.00 8. Tin organic compounds (expressed as Tin) 9 dichloromethane 10000.00 danger dangerous 10000.00 10. Diethanolamine dangerous 10000.00 11. Consequential or rogor dangerous 10000.00 12. Epichlorohydrin dangerous 10000.00 13. Phenols (phenol index) hazardous 10000.00 14. Formaldehyde hazardous 10000.00 2-15. 3-,4-hloranilīn dangerous 10000.00 16. Chlorobenzene dangerous 10000.00 17. Naphthalene dangerous 10000.00 polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBS) 18. dangerous 10000.00 19. Simazine dangerous 10000.00 20. Tributyl phosphate dangerous 10000.00 21. Trifluralin dangerous 10000.00 22. Monoaromātisk hydrocarbons (benzene, toluene, Ethylbenzene, xylene) with aggregates BTEX dangerous 10000.00 23. Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) dangerous 10000.00 24. Alahlor dangerous 10000.00 25. Atrazine dangerous 10000.00 26. Benzene dangerous 10000.00 27. Chlorfenvinphos chlorpyrifos 10000.00 danger dangerous 10000.00 28 29 Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) Diuron 10000.00 30. danger dangerous
31.10000.00 fluoranthene dangerous 10000.00 32. Isoproturon dangerous 10000.00 33.4-(on)-Nonylphenol dangerous 34.4-octylphenol 10000.00 dangerous 10000.00 35.4-tert-octylphenol dangerous 10000.00 36. Benz [a] pyrene dangerous 10000.00 37. Benz [e] acefenantrilēn (3.4-benzofluorantēn) dangerous 10000.00 38. Benz [g, h, i] perylene dangerous 10000.00 39. Benzo [k] fluoranthene indeno 10000.00 40. danger [1, 2, 3-cd] pyrene dangerous 10000.00 41. Tributyltin cations dangerous 10000.00 42. Arsenic and its compounds dangerous 10000.00 43. Chromium and its compounds dangerous 10000.00 44.
Cyclic hydrocarbons of petroleum not dangerous 1.2-dichloroethane 10000.00 45. dangerous 10000.00 46. Extractable organic halogēnīd (total score EOX) dangerous 10000.00 47. Lead and its compounds especially dangerous 100000.00 48.1, 2, 5-trichlorobenzene 100000.00 49. particularly dangerous aldrin 100000.00 50. particularly dangerous Dihlordifeniltrihloretān (DDT), dihlordifenildihloretān (SWP) and dihlordifenildihloretilēn (DDE) particularly dangerous 100000.00 51. Dieldrin particularly dangerous 100000.00 52. Mercury and its compounds especially dangerous 100000.00 53. Endrin particularly dangerous 100000.00 54. Hexachlorobutadiene, or particularly dangerous 100000.00 perhlorbutadiēn 55. Hexachlorobenzene especially dangerous 100000.00 56.
Hexachlorocyclohexane (all isomers), including lindane particularly dangerous 100000.00 57. Trichloromethane (chloroform) particularly dangerous 100000.00 58. particularly dangerous 100000.00 Isodrin 59. Cadmium and its compounds especially dangerous 100000.00 Perchloroethylene or tetrachloroethylene 60. particularly dangerous 100000.00 61. Pcp particularly dangerous 100000.00 62. Carbon tetrachloride or particularly dangerous 100000.00 tetrahlormetān 63. Trichloroethylene especially dangerous 100000.00 64. Trichlorobenzene (technical) particularly dangerous 100000.00 65. Anthracene particularly dangerous brominated diphenyl ethers in 100000.00 66. particularly dangerous C10-C13 chloralkanes 100000.00 67. particularly dangerous 100000.00 68. Endosulfan in particular dangerous
100000.00 69. Alpha-endosulfan 100000.00 70. particularly dangerous Nonylphenol (mixed isomers) particularly dangerous 100000.00 71. particularly dangerous 100000.00 pentachlorobenzene 72. Trichlorobenzene (mixed isomers) particularly dangerous 100000.00 73. Tributyltin compounds especially dangerous 100000.00 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 24 April 2007, regulations no 281 first group of specially protected species 1. Mammals 1.1., brown bear/Ursus arctos 2. Birds 2.1. Čūskērgl/circaetus Gallicus 2.2. Eagle Marine/Haliaet albicilla 2.3. Eagle, rock/Aquila chrysaeto 2.4. Eagle, Aquila pomarina little/2.5. Eagle, Aquila clanga average/2.6/black kite, Milvus migrans 2.7. Kite, Milvus milvus red/2.8. Rain, field/circus of cyane 2.9. Rain, meadow/circus pygarg-2.10. Falcon, Falco Peregrinus large/2.11. Black Stork, Ciconia nigra/2.12. Eagle OWL Bubo bubo/Roller/Coraci's 2.13-2.14 garrul/Pandion haliaetus Osprey 2.15 goose little/erythrop-2.16. Goose Anser, Branta ruficollis Red-necked/Minister of environment r. vējonis annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 24 April 2007 the Regulation No. 281 of the second group of specially protected species 1. Mammals of the Lidvāver/Pteromy 1.1 volan 1.2. Dormouse, GLIS GLIS large/Otter/1.3 Lutra lutra Eurasian Pygmy-owl 2 birds of Glaucidi 2.1/2.2 of OWL passerin, Aegolius funereus boreal/2.3. Owl, House/Athens-Noctua 2.4 Lagopus Lagopus Baltirb/Baltmugurdzen/Picoid 2.5-2.6. leucoto Grebe , little/Tachybaptus ruficollis 2.7. Black-throated Grebe, podiceps nigricoll a 2.8/Grebe, podiceps auritus horned/2.9. Rebellion, the great Botaur of the stellar 2.10/rebellion, little/Ixobrych-2.11. Halcyon minutus, trīspirkst/Picoid for the tridactyl 2.12. Halcyon, average/Picoid medius of 2.13/Grus Grus common crane 2.14 woodpecker, grey/Pic CANUS 2.15 woodpecker, green/Pic of viridis 2.16. Red-throated Diver, Gavia stellat-2.17/diver, Gavia arctica Black-throated/2.18. Swan, Cygnus of the little/columbian 2.19. Swan , North/Cygnus Cygnus 2.20. Falcon, Falco in the field/tinnuncul 2.21. Falcon, Merlin Falco columbarius/2.22. Owl, screech/ASIO/hoopoe flamme of 2.23 3. the epop Upup reptiles turtle, 3.1/3.2 emys orbicularis snake, smooth/4 flowering plant of austriac Coronell and fern 4.1 Cietpapard, Brown/medium Polystich brauni (Spenn.) Fee Cietpapard, daivain 4.2/Polystich of aculeat (l.) Roth. 4.3. Ivy, Hedera helix Baltic/can. Baltica 4.4 Ēnpapard Rehder, gleaning/Blechnum spican (L.) Roth. 4.5. Yew, Taxus baccata L/4.6 Kreimul, Alpine/Alpine l. Pinguicul-Pundurgrimon, Sweden, 4.7/Chamaepericlymen of suecic (l.) Asch. et Graebn. 4.8. Zilpodz, Maritime Museum, Museum of Jurmala/Eryngi l. Minister of environment r. vējonis annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 24 April 2007 the Regulation No. 281 of the third group of specially protected species

1. Mammals 1.1. Garausain, Brown/Plecot of the Naktssikspārn 1.2 auritus, the bearded/mystacin of the Naktssikspārn 1.3 Myot, Myot brandti in the brunt/1.4 Naktssikspārn, the dasycnem of the pond/Myot 1.5. Naktssikspārn, has been the big/1.6 Naktssikspārn Myot myot, Naterer/a natterer, Myot 1.7. Naktssikspārn, water/the daubenton 1.8 Myot. Plataus, the barbastell of the European/Barbastell Pundursikspārn/Pipistrell-1.9-1.10. pipistrell seal, grey/halichoerus grypus 1.11. Baltic ringed seal, Phoca hispida bottnic's/1.12/Sicist Sicist, the forest of betulin 1.13. Bat , a two/Vespertili murinus 1.14. Bat Natūz Pipistrell of nathusi,/in the 1.15. Bat serotin, platspārn/Eptesic in to bat, 1.16 North/Eptesic are the nilssoni 1.17., Garden Dormouse Eliomys quercinus/1.18. Dormouse, Hazel Ryan-avellanari-1.19/Dormouse, forest/nitedul of Vakarsikspārn Dryomy of 1.20, Nyctalus leisler for the little/1.21 Vakarsikspārn, Bobcat/Nyctalus noctula 2. Birds 2.1. Pigeon, Columba Parliament of forest/2.2/white-eyed River-Aythya nyroca 2.3. Bārdzīlīt/Panurus biarmicus, crested Skylark 2.4/2.5 Galerid cristata Lark sil/Lullul arborea 2.6 Shrike, Lanius colluri Brown/the shrike, 2.7/Lanius excubitor 2.8. Čipst, Prairie/Anthus campestris 2.9. Dižpīl, Tadorn the tadorn of the island of Saaremaa/2.10. Woodpecker, black/Dryocop of martia in merganser, red-breasted 2.11/mergus serrator 2.12 big merganser, mergus merganser 2.13 Cut//Crex crex 2.14 to 2.15 Gugatn/Philomach pugnax. Curlew/arquat of the 2.16 Numeni Warbler, Acrocephalus paludicol for the sedge/2.17 Warbler, Locustell of the luscinioid of Seiv in/2.18 Warbler striped/Sylvia nisori/Gallinag of 2.19 Kikuta media 2.20/Pernis apivorus European 2.21. Gull, Larus ridibundus a large/2.22. Gull, Larus minutus little/Laukirb/Perdix perdix 2.23 2.24 to phaeop for Lietuvain/Numeni 2.25. Rain, Reed/Circus aeruginosus 2.26 Flycatcher, small/Ficedul-Ormanīt/parvo's 2.27-2.28. Ormanīt of porzan Porzan, the Porzan of the little/parvo Coturnix coturnix quail/2.29 2.30. Puskuital, the Limosa Limosa black/the Common Eider, Steller 2.31./Polystict in the Somzīlīt/steller 2.32 2.33 to pendulin Remiz Stork White/Ciconia ciconia 2.34. Bunting, Garden/Emberiz hortulan of the 2.35 Bunting, Emberiz calandr of a large/2.36. Šņibīt, Šinc/Calidris schinzi 2.37 in the Alpine Ringed Plover, yellow/apricari of the Pluvial 2.38 Ringed Plover, Charadrius hiaticul of the sand/of 2.39. Sandpiper, Tringa stagnatil pond/a 2.40. Sandpiper, Tringa totana to meadow/2.41., Marsh Sandpiper Tringa glareola 2.42/Eurasian Wryneck Jynx torquill of 2.43././to cincl of Ūdensstrazd Cincl Urālpūc 2.44/Strix uralensis Vakarlēp/Caprimulg-2.45. Europaea-2.46. the Jack/Lymnocript minimum for the 2.47. the svecic of Zilrīklīt/Luscini 2.48. Zivjdzenīt/Alcedo atthis 2.49. Arctic tern , winged/leucopter for 2.50. Arctic tern chlidonias, barnacle/chlidonias hybrida Tern marine/2.51., the Arctic Tern Sterna paradisae 2.52., little/Tern Sterna albifrons 2.53., black Tern chlidonias niger/2.54., River/Stern Hirundo 3. Reptiles 3.1 lizard Lacerta sil/Agila 4. Invertebrates 4.1. Airvabol dual-band/Graphoder, in bilineat-Airvabol, wide 4.2/4.3. Briežvabol Dytisc for latissimus, great for Cervus 4.4 Lucan/Leech, hirudo medicinalis medical/4.5 Dižspār, green/Aeschn viridis 4.6. Swallowtail Butterfly cīrulīš-mnemosyn,/a 4.7 Koksngrauz Parnassi, big, Oak/cerd the Cerambyx 4.8, and the dense Mussel UNiO crass of 4.9/Flat, red/4.10 Pļavraiben Cucuj of cinnaberin of the Hypodry of maturn, an ash/Pļavraiben, skabios of 4.11/Euphydry of the Praulgrauz, aurini 4.12./Osmoderm the hardwood of 4.13 Pumpurgliemez eremit, četrzob/Vertigo geyer to 4.14, the tall Pumpurgliemez/Vertigo angustior 4.15. Purvspār raibgalv/Leucorrhini, the Purvspār, Albifrons 4.16 of the caudal Leucorrhini a resnvēder/Purvspār, bright 4.17/Leucorrhini Raibspārn by the pectoralis 4.18. esparset/Zygaen of the carniolic, a Wood, lopinga 4.19/Loping on the 4.20 Sfing achin, Proserpin of the zobspārn/proserpin, Sīksamten forest 4.21/Coenonymph hero Upespērlen 4.22, North/Upjuspār of the margaritifer Margaritifer 4.23, Stylur of flavip of dzeltenkāj/4.24, green/Ophiogomph Upjuspār in Zilenīt, 4.25 Cecilia brūnvālīš/Zilenīt of the 4.26 Maculine telei, esparset/Agrodiadet for damon, the great 4.27 Zilenīt, mārsil/Zilenīt by the arion Maculine 4.28, zirgskābeņ/Lycaen dispar Species and 5 of fern 5.1. Akmeņlauzīt, Saxifrag-hircul-yellow/L 5.2. Mistletoe White/Viscum album l. 5.3. Armērij, seaside/Armeri maritima (Mill.) Willd. 5.4. The endless, Prussian/Laserpiti Forum of l. 5.5 prutenic Biten, sarmatain/Geum Brūngalvīt of Fr. 5.6 hispid, large-flowered/Prunell grandiflora (l.) Scholler 5.7 helleborine, Cephalanthera Rubra red/(L.) Rich. 5.8. the pyramid shape of the Cekuliņš, a pyramidal l. Ajug/5.9. Cietpien, the praemors of the Bush/Crepes (L.) 5.10. Cietpien Tausch, soft/Crept a moll (Jacq.) Asch. 5.11 Cīrulīt, corydalis Cava of the hollow/(L.) Schweigg. et-5.12 Kört Figworts, Scrophulari of the spārnain/Dumor umbros. 5.13. Lathyrus pratensis, seaside/Lathyr of maritimus (l.) 5.14. Lathyrus pratensis, Bigelow mountain/Lathyr to linifoli (Reichard) Bässler Lathyrus pratensis, 5.15 zirņveid Lathyr of the pisiform of/L. 5.16. Burdock, Grove/Arcti moros not of Down. 5.17. krustlap/Drudzen, Gentiana l. 5.18 cruciat. Drudzen, Gentiana pneumonanthe, in Navy Blue/l. 5.19. Lady's Slipper Orchid, Cypripedium Calceolus yellow/l. 5.20. Orchid, Dactylorhiza cruenta/blood (O.F. Müll.) Soó 5.21 Orchid, Anacamptis/orchis MORIO l. 5.22. Germander, Teucrium scordi of garlic/l. Epipogij, bezlapain in 5.23./Epipogi aphyll of Gaiļpies of SW. 5.24., high/medium of elat Delphini l. 5.25. To ņeglīt, the great/the Pedicular sceptr-Carolina l. of 13.33. ņeglīt, forest/by l. sylvatic Pedicular 5.27. Klinten, black/Cotoneaster niger (Wahlb.) Fr. 5.28. Klinten, Scandinavian Cotoneaster scandinavic B/. Knīdij, insidious Hylmö 5.29./Cnidi (Schkuhr) Thell of dubio. 5.30. Kos, telmatei of the great/Equiset Ehrh. 5.31. Krustābel, plagiosepal-šķībkaus/Crataegus of Pojark. 5.32. Shoes, Principal of lasiostom of yellow/5.33. Lakac Rchb., blue/the Pulmonari angustifolia l. 5.34. Mēlzied, Siberian/Ligulari sibirica (l.) CAs. 5.35. Mēnesen, in the rediviv of perennial/Lunari l. 5.36. Miešķ, color/Gali of tinctoria (l.) The scopes. 5.37. Miķelīt, seaside/Aster l. 5.38. Muguren of tripoli, Polygonat of verticillat of whorl/(L.) All. 5.39. Nārbul sekstain/Melampyr, cristat Museum of l. 5.40. Carnation, Dianthus fischer of Fisher/Spreng. 4.25. the Carnation, Dianthus pomp/superb l. 5.42. otiant Not cepurain Not ottianth, the cucullat of the/(L.) Schltr., 5.43. Orchid fly/Ophrys insectifera l. 5.44. Pūķgalv, Dracocephal of ruyschian Ruiš/l. 5.45. These duty, Mongrel/potentilla crantzi (Crantz) Beck ex Fritsch 5.46. Bitter, medicinal/Gratiol officinalis l. 5.47. Rūgtlap, Estonia-esthonic ex Rupr Saussure's Baer. 5.48. Sārten, grīņ/Erica tetralix l. 5.49. Septiņvīr, round/phyteuma l. orbicular 5.50. Silpuren, forest/Pulsatill patent (L.) Mill. 5.51. Rowan, normal/Carpinus betulus l. 5.52. Tofieldij, Tofieldi calyculat of the bracts/(L.) Wahlenb. 5.53. Tragantzirn, penduliflor of the Astragal to overhanging/Lam.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 24 April 2007, regulations no 281 Environment Minister r. vējonis