Mineral Mining Order

Original Language Title: Derīgo izrakteņu ieguves kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 779 in 2006 (19 September. 48. § 3) mineral extraction order Issued in accordance with the law "on Earth" paragraph 2 of article 14 1 General questions 1. determines the procedure of extracting the mineral. 2. the rules apply to the following types of mineral extraction: 2.1 silt;
2.2. dolomite;
2.3. finishing dolomite;
2.4. curative sludge;
2.5. gypsum;
2.6. the limestone;
2.7. the color of the Earth;
2.8. the turf;
2.9. quartz sand (SiO2 > 90%);
2.10. the boulders (Ø > 70 mm);
2.11. clay;
2.12. freshwater kaļķiež;
2.13. sapropel;
2.14. sandstone;
2.15. loamy and sandy loam;
2.16. the sand;
2.17. sand-gravel;
2.18. tiles. 3. If mineral extraction area for previously unexplored, then before the mineral mining started to be carried out by the geological survey. 4. before prospecting develop and coordinate with the national environmental service (hereinafter service) work programme. The work programme shall include the following information: 4.1 the area studied, its location and coordinates, geomorphic characteristics;
4.2. potential mineral type, amount or quantity, the quality, the intended depth of research;
4.3. research methodology and necessary equipment according to the nature of the mineral and the characteristics of the area under study;
4.4. chronologically lists the actions which will be performed during the geological exploration;
4.5. the mining inženierģeoloģisk conditions;
4.6. the drilling cores and sample storage, and duplicate samples analyzed in terms of conservation. 2. Mineral Exploration, mineral extraction projects and diagram 5. Prospecting to clarify the following questions: 5.1. areas under geological conditions: 5.1.1. site area total geological structure;
5.1.2. layer cut, which contains rock stratigrāfisk;
5.1.3. the lithological, tectonic and other factors that determine the nature of the deposits;
5.1.4. a valid embed the fossil morphology, size, when assessing conditions of layers (thin and cut);
5.1.5. segkārt characteristics (thickness, composition, properties);
5.1.6. hot, scour, weathering and other geological processes;
5.2. explore the mineral assessment: 5.2.1. mineral composition and properties;
5.2.2. various mineral types (if necessary also the strain) extraction, if it is meaningful, or in the use of mineral processing technology;
5.2.3. mineral types or different mineral disposition that allows you to define the specific nature of production (total or selective mining);
5.2.4. mineral density if the mining or processing process records used for calculations in units of mass;
5.2.5. using options according to customer's requirements;
5.2.6. mineral and surrounding rock evaluation of radiation in areas that are able to detect rocks with increased radioactivity;
5.3. the hydrogeological conditions and their effects on the mineral extraction process, water pietec's forecast projected the career as well as a possible reduction of water pietec and discharge arrangements;
5.4. inženierģeoloģisk and mineral mining geological characterization of the circumstances;
5.5. other research during the open mineral resources, their quality and potential use;
5.6 mineral inventory estimates;
5.7. the calculation of the amount of segkārt, separately calculating soil volume. 6. Prospecting work, uses topographic maps or plans (scale of 1:500-1:10000 depending on lookup area, relief, geological characteristics)-92 and coordinates FAS Baltic system of heights, which enables you to determine the location of the areas studied in the total national topographic map. 7. to carry out geological exploration work in the specified depth. 8. Carry out exploration and drilling operations, skatrakum and outcrops of attraction, as well as the instrumental is determined by their coordinates. 9. During the entire drilling, skatrakum, geological outcrops and attīrījum documentation. Drilling indicates the resulting core volume percentage. 10. the geological record indicates the name and all the characteristics of the rock which is of importance for the acquisition of valid layer, segkārt and paslāņ, as well as the retention of mineral resources allocation in flop games. 11. The study of special techniques (such as geophysical, ģeoķīmisk) findings confirmed by borings or skatrakum control and sample test or analysis. 12. Use the prospecting work technology (also bore diameter) provides data on the geological conditions and the quantity of material required. 13. types of mineral characteristics used for samples evenly throughout the valid layer thickness and the depth of the research. 14. If different mineral types use different or get selective samples take them separately. 15. Mineral characteristics and quality are determined after samples taken continuously for the whole layer or certain parts of the layer thickness. The most important mineral properties and quality indicators should not be determined by the individual samples. 16. the sample interval should not exceed the potential use of the sill height career. 17. treatment of the sample (e.g. grinding, shredding, kvartēšan) is carried out in accordance with the sample processing scheme based on mineral characteristics of heterogeneity. 18. Inspection and test analysis of mineral properties and quality of raksturojošo indicators as appropriate for the type of mineral resources and the utilization and coordinated with the customer. Tests and analyses shall be carried out in an approved laboratory. 19. the joint block samples and the same process stores duplicate samples in proportion to the sampling interval. 20. in the course of the study provides an inventory of the parameters for calculation of the control. 21. Mineral inventory calculation taking into account customer requirements on mineral characteristics, quality, quantity, use the lookup. 22. items calculated for all types of mineral resources located in the programme of work to survey the depth. Mineral type names used in paragraph 2 of this rule determine the classification. 23. individual calculation of different mineral types that are intended for use in different or get selectively. 24. the mineral inventory is calculated by the State on a specific date. 25. According to the specific characteristics of the deposits, research methodologies, and the use of mineral choose mineral inventory calculation method. 26. the mineral inventory boundaries indicate the plan and geological criteria. 27. Use mineral-based geological inventory principles of delimitation and interpolation and extrapolation techniques. 28. in the past explored deposits additional geological research, required deposits total inventory adjustment. If the fields in the past occurred or is occurring mineral extraction, take the remaining inventory audit. 29. Prospecting results compiled in the report of the geological survey (hereinafter report). The report contains all the details that ensure the reliability of the results obtained in the evaluation of mineral mining project and mineral exploitation. The report includes: information on 29.1. target customers, artist, and due dates;
29.2. General information about the study area: 29.2.1.;
29.2.2. geographical location (link);
29.2.3. boundaries and area;
29.2.4. land ownership or use rights;
29.2.5. message of the lookup, former research work (including data on the known volume of stocks), the lookup (if any are being, or have been in the past);
3. research methodology Description: 29.3.1. research work, their sequence and characteristics (the methods used, technical features, depth of research, research network and its density);
29.3.2. topographical materials used comply with topographical, coordinates and altitude;
29.3.3. ģeofizikāl and other specialized methods to use (rationale, methodology, technique, performance results and their use);
29.3.4. izpētņ (such as boreholes, zondējum, skatrakum), the number, depth, diameter or cross-sectional, design, performance, technology, coordinates and altitude above sea level. Drilling indicates the core benefit percentage and its position;
29.3.5. hydrogeological work, methodology, volume, performance, technical features, news about drilling tamponāž;
29.3.6. sampling, methodology, volume, sample handling, sample deployment diagram, the interval;
29.3.7. mineral composition and properties studies of the nature, extent, and control;
29.4. explore areas geological conditions: 29.4.1. Description of site total area geological structure;
29.4.2. cut layers and the geological ages;
29.4.3. when assessing conditions of layers, mineral deposits, the size, shape and composition;
29.4.4. valid strata, segkārt and paslāņ characteristics of the rock;
29.5. mineral composition and technological characteristics: 29.5.1. mineral types and varieties;
29.5.2. composition, texture, structure and other characteristics;

29.5.3. selective acquisition opportunities;
29.6. explore areas hydrogeological conditions description: 29.6.1. pietec calculation of expected water, if required by the client;
29.6.2. groundwater level lowering capabilities;
29.6.3. groundwater level lowering due to depression funnel potential impacts on surrounding ecosystems and economic activities;
18.5. the lookup inženierģeoloģisk conditions of use;
29.8. details of fields found in other types of mineral resources;
29.9. mineral inventory calculation: 29.9.1. Subscriber requirements inventory calculation.
29.9.2. item description of the method of calculation;
29.9.3. item category reasons inventory calculation block delimitation, interpolation and extrapolation technique, deviations from the requirements adopted when creating the inventory calculation blocks;
29.9.4. data on the ģeofizikāl, the inženierģeoloģisk and other technological, the exploitation of research results of the inventory calculation block.
29.9.5. data on exploration drilling and skatrakum, which do not include inventory calculation blocks (this does not include items of design calculations shall be justified);
29.9.6. item average calculation parameters and the volume of stocks discovery methodology, as well as details of the adjustment factors used and the size of the extreme impact on sized calculations;
29.9.7. item breakdown of categories, they do separate and embedded fields as a whole;
29.9.8. item calculation results;
29.9.9. explore the limits of the territory of the other mineral inventory calculation results;
segkārt or 29.9.10. quantitative calculation results. 30. Stock calculation and kept in such a way as to make it possible to do of the calculations without the participation of the person performing the calculation. 31. the study (for example, ģeofizikāl, hydrogeological, technological, inženierģeoloģisk) job descriptions and results of certain annexes, added the research report provides only the annotation and final result. 32. the report shall include the following text attachments: 32.1. subsoils of the use license and its annexes;
32.2. the technological model of passport;
32.3. development of a list of coordinates;
32.4. Geological documentation of design;
32.5. the laboratory checks and analyses (e.g., chemical composition, physical parameters of mechanical properties);
20.3. calculation of the required inventory average parameter (for example, component content, average thickness, density) calculations;
32.7. the inventory block area, mineral and segkārt of size or quantity calculation table. 33. the report shall include the following graphic attachments: 33.1. study area layout 1:10,000 or 1:25000 scale topographic map;
33.2. topographical plan scale 1:500-1:10000, which shows all the workings (pits, also taking samples);
33.3. the inventory calculation plan and cut with the stock block limits and sampling sites (calculated plan may be combined with topographical plan). 34. the item calculated plan must be on the same scale as the lookup topographical plan. Explore areas of geological map with cuts combined with study areas or items calculated plan. 35. the recipient shall submit the license overview Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency (hereinafter the Agency) the mineral to accept the item. 36. the Agency evaluated one month deposits submitted prospecting report and do one of the following: 36.1. accepts the submitted inventory estimates and deposits granted prospecting detalitāt for appropriate category;
36.2. the requirements of this regulation inadequate geological report is sent back to the preparer of the necessary correction. 37. the valid minerals (except ground water) are broken down into the following General threshing: 37.1. Category A — investigated mineral deposits. Explore the mineral inventory detalitāt (geological, hydrogeological and inženierģeoloģisk conditions of the reliability research) provides a valid rational mining and minerals exploitation, as well as the maximum ambient and the protection of the subsoils of mining work negative effects;
37.2. Category N-rated mineral inventory. This category of mineral inventory limits, embed and structure specified by using geological and ģeofizikālo incomplete data obtained in the search or in insufficient prospecting. Mineral characteristics and quality, as well as deposits inženierģeoloģisko and hidroģeoloģisko conditions can be described by analogy with the area around the existing available for deposits;
37.3. P category — estimated mineral resources. Assign these categories of mineral resources based on geological mapping, mineral search and other geological research, as well as areas with favourable geological conditions in the mining of the valid items identified for the Genesis can be assessed by analogy with the other the same genesis of explored fields. 38. Category A mineral inventory shall meet the following requirements: 38.1. mineral inventory boundaries based on regular research network deployed in the workings of the valid findings of strata and the thickness of the segkārt, or on the composition and quality of the data obtained using other methods of prospecting, if they provide equivalent information to that information. Category a mineral inventory areas may be included in the outline, on the basis of the data obtained in the workings of extrapolation;
38.2. the fossil is defined in the valid strata morphology and structure, as well as their patterns of change;
23.8. mineral composition, properties and quality is explored to the extent that it is possible to create mineral processing technological scheme;
23.9. mineral deposits hydrogeological and inženierģeoloģisk conditions explored to the extent that it is possible to develop a mining project. 39. the N category mineral inventory shall meet the following requirements: 24.3. mineral inventory boundaries based on the findings of separate workings, as well as with other geological and ģeofizikālo;
24.4. the valid minerals deposits size, shape and structure assessment, based on geological and ģeofizikāl data, and valid izrakten are found in separate workings;
39.3. the valid quality and mineral characteristics based on the individual results of the sample, or by analogy with other valid the same fossil explored deposits;
24.5. hydrogeological, inženierģeoloģisk and embedded in natural conditions evaluated when assessing by analogy with the closest available of the same mineral deposits. 40. P category of mineral resources shall meet the following requirements: 24.9. mineral deposits potential size, form, quantity and quality of stocks assessed, based on geological mapping, mineral search and other geological research, as well as extrapolating known deposits in the specifications or in the light of the good minerals identified the genesis of favourable geological conditions;
40.2. the mineral resources estimated by analogy with other the same genesis of explored fields or better researched areas. 41. the mineral mining project (the project) to develop all types of mineral extraction, except if granted for production of peat extraction limit is less than 15000 tonnes, but other common mineral extraction the extraction limit is assigned less than 50000 cubic metres. 42. If the assigned common mineral peat extraction limit is less than 15000 tonnes, but others often occurring beneficial minerals — less than 50000 cubic metres, the mining work development in mineral mining scheme (simplify). 43. the development of a project or scheme required the following documents and graphic material: 43.1. the principal task of the project design, which includes the main mineral extraction site characteristics (including mining depth and area), municipal planning, a certified copy of the relevant section, as well as information on what stages of mineral extraction site will be developed. If necessary, indicate the specific conditions (for example, mining technology, conditioning or preservation requirements);
43.2. the projected terrain and land ownership or use rights documents and land boundary plan with the coordinates of the Latvian frontier geodetic coordinate system LK-92;
43.3. subsoils licence or the use of common mineral mining permit;
43.4. National Environment services technical regulations issued by the mineral extraction or environmental monitoring national Office opinion on the environmental impact assessment of the final report;
43.5. prospecting report;
27.1. mining sites (all deposits or parts of deposits taken or envisaged quarrying) location map scale 1:10000-1:50 000;

27.2. original terrain Topo grāfisk plan scale 1:1000, 1:5000 (peat and 1:10 000);
43.8. mineral deposits inventory geological plan in a scale of 1:1000, 1:5000 (peat and 1:10 000);
43.9. Geological cut diagram vērsum scale 1:500-1:5000 (peat and 1:10 000) and cut the scale of 1:100-1:200;
43.10. schematic plan level hydrogeological 1:1000-1:5000 (peat and 1:10 000). 44. The project included the following sections: 44.1. General part, which includes: deposits geological 44.1.1. construction characteristics;
44.1.2. hydrological, hydrogeological lookup and inženierģeoloģisk conditions;
44.1.3. mineral quality characteristics;
44.1.4. information on the mining stocks;
44.2. terrain pre-commissioning which include: 44.2.1. felling of trees and shrubs;
44.2.2. soil and segkārt removal order, placement, and use of the means were;
44.2.3. extraction of structures required for eventual placement;
44.2.4. site preparation of procurement plan which outlined the necessary site preparation work for mining operation;
44.3. the terrain into which includes: 44.3.1. design choice and its reasoning system;
44.3.2. operating loss and the industrial mineral inventory;
44.3.3. mineral extraction method, specifying the description of the used machinery and equipment-jam modes, as well as roads, powerlines and other aspects;
44.3.4. "the resulting mineral loading, transportation and placement of temporary storage sites;
44.3.5. crushing-sorting and washing machine placement scheme;
44.3.6. drilling-blasting method;
44.3.7. kāpļ and development sides description, which visualizes criteria, which shows the necessary derogations, the slopes of hillsides, height marks and other specific parameters;
27.6. mineral processing technological scheme, as well as mining and processing the remainder of the placement, management and, if necessary, their conditioning;
27.7. Special requirements which include: 44.5.1. groundwater monitoring network, the required number of holes Monito ring and their construction, as well as the frequency of observations and chemical composition of indicators;
44.5.2. water drainage schemes and their amount or water pumping schemes and their scope. Peat extraction prepares separate drainage system project;
44.5.3. the necessary measures of land adjacent the mājsaimn gray water supply;
27.7. conditioning or preservation;
27.8. the labour protection and fire protection measures;
27.8. This provision is added in the Annex 43.1 43.2, 43.5, 43.6, 43.8, 27.2.,.,., and 43.9 43.10. the document referred to in the copy and graphic materials. 45. This provision, 44.3.6., 44.3.7 44.3.5., 44.5.1., 44.5.2., 27.6. and 44.5.3. in point activities included in the project, if the extraction of mineral resources, these actions are required. 46. Mineral extraction scheme include: 46.1. terrain and topographic plan scale 1:500-1:1000 with accepted mineral inventory, use the subsoils in the authorisation or licence boundaries and the boundaries of the proposed acquisition;
46.2. the mining site preparation work (shrub and tree cutting and removing of soil and segkārt) order and the amounts before commissioning;
46.3. the mineral inventory quality characteristics, as well as geological and industrial stocks to be acquired;
46.4. the mining job description. 47. If necessary, the Subscriber may extend this provision set out in paragraph 44 of the project content with additional conditions and requirements include their design task. 48. the project shall be submitted to the Agency, if the expected: 29.9. valid minerals national mineral deposits;
48.2. dolomite, limestone, gypsum, tiles, or sapropel peat;
48.3. the other valid minerals more than 100000 cubic metres. 49. two copies of the project submitted to the Agency. The Agency 30 days a decision on the harmonization of the project or give a reasoned refusal in writing. One copy of the agreed project remains in storage state geological foundation, the second copy is kept at the mineral collector. 50. in cases other than those referred to in paragraph 48 of these rules, project or mining scheme approved by the mineral collector and aligned with the service. Service project 15 days or provide written reasoned refusal. 51. If the project is amended, it shall provide for the harmonisation of rules 49.50, paragraph or body. 52. This provision, paragraph 49 and 50 of that authority within 15 days of the decision on the harmonization of the amendment or provide a written reasoned refusal. 3. Mineral extraction site preparation Before producing a 53. winner determined by the commencement of mining work activity and the resulting mineral volume or quantity records responsible employees. 54. before the mineral mining site preparation of laws and regulations in order to receive permission to land transformation, if mining work for agricultural or forest land as well as water use permit if the discharge or bilge water. 55. The terrain limits set according to the region: 55.1. licence or authorisation limits laid down in the annex;
55.2. lookup the passport if the frontier laid down will get the common mineral resources to your needs. 56. If you get the peat for mining site boundaries is considered novadgrāvj. The border area set only if the terrain does not coincide with the boundaries of the established novadgrāvj systems. 57. The mining site boundaries area set in a licensed or certified in the surveying party mineral in the presence of a representative of the beneficiary. On setting up the borders Act (annex 1). 58. Landmarks by one metre long red metal pipe or rod diameter of up to 50 mm. Top fastened white 150 x 200 mm plate, which contains the number of the permit or licence and the number of landmarks. Landmarks to keep mining jobs end. 59. Buildings and structures, drainage systems and siding are designed and put into service in accordance with that object construction regulatory laws. 60. the mineral collector provides a groundwater monitoring well network, if this is provided for in the project. 61. The mining site of preparatory work, other than those referred to in the third chapter, these provisions, shall be carried out in accordance with the project. 4. Mining site operations 62. Valid minerals mined under the project or scheme under the laws and regulations on labor protection requirements for mineral mining. 63. Dolomite, gypsum, limestone, silica sand, clay, sand and sand-gravel extraction in addition to project development shall prepare an annual plan indicating the volume of extractive mining and location development year. 64. If the provisions laid down in point 63 of the mineral mining site expected to develop within one year, the annual development plan is not required. 65. the annual development plan shall be prepared on the basis of the project or scheme and the geological report. 66. the annual development plan shall contain the following information: 66.1. explanatory memorandum: 66.1.1. General part (for example, location, information on the permit or the licence);
66.1.2. geological, hydrogeological conditions and mineral quality characteristics;
66.1.3. mineral extraction volume of calculations and the assigned limit balance;
66.1.4. calculation of the volume of the soil and the segkārt, which is scheduled to be removed;
66.1.5. conditioning activities mining year if provided;
66.2. graphic materials: 66.2.1. preparatory work and mineral mining plan scale 1:1000, 1:5000;

66.2.2. Geological terrain cuts. 67. If one calendar year of the acquisition is less than 10000 cubic meters of mineral, can prepare one development plan for more, but not more than five years. 68. The acquisition of space operation service requires the create groundwater monitoring well network if mineral mining affect the environment or citizens property, health or security. 69. In the month following the end of the calendar year, mineral collector monitoring results submitted observations within the Agency. 70. If mineral collector extraction time finds that stock has lost the characteristics of mineral resources, it shall submit a reasoned application to the Agency for this inventory write-off of the balance. The application shall be accompanied by a calculation of the amount of defective items. The Agency shall adopt a decision and inform the Department in writing. 5. mineral and acquired the remaining mineral inventory count 71. Mineral collector throughout the mineral mining time provides mineral actually obtained amount or quantity. 72. The obtained mineral volumes or quantities and mineral inventory balance determined by the units of measure in which the item is accepted and assigned a limit. 5.1. The obtained mineral and mineral remaining item (except for the turf) records 73. to obtain data on the resulting amount of minerals, mineral collector lists the vehicles and cargo data records in the log (annex 2) or at the end of the quarter in the uzmēr area of topographic, which occurred in mining, calculate the amount of the obtained and draw up the mineral mining volume calculation (annex 3). Topographical surveying conducted in trying a licensed or certified person. 74. Notwithstanding the accounting type mineral collector in the month following the end of the calendar year provides topographical surveying in trying by licensed or certified person, and time of year in the calculation of the amount obtained when obtained: 74.1. dolomite, limestone and gypsum;
74.2. more than 10000 cubic metres of other minerals (with the exception of sapropel) in a calendar year in one production site. 75. After the 73 and 74 of the rules referred to in paragraph determine topographical winner of mineral make up mineral extraction volume calculation (annex 3). 76. If mineral collector calendar year production site is less than 10000 cubic meters of mineral, then that rule 74, paragraph and determine topographical mineral obtained the calculation of the amount shall be carried out after this abstraction, but not less frequently than once every five years. 77. Topographic and determine the resulting mineral volume calculates results mineral collector services and submitted to the Agency. 78. the obtained mineral day volume this 73. in the case referred to in point is calculated using the following formula: Vd = Qn, which infringed the valid minerals V-volume in cubic metres; Q: the payload of the vehicle; n — number of vehicles loaded; q — mineral density (t/m3); k-factor irdenīb.
79. the amount of the obtained gyttja clay calculated in accordance with the conditional humidity (W = 60%) using this provision in paragraph 82 of the formulas. 80. when comparing the obtained mineral volume calculation results in the grāfisk uzmēr, the top of the production site, with the results obtained by listing the cargo vehicle, the difference is greater than 5%, service is entitled to request further written records make with topographical trying. If mineral extraction made, does not account for the amount of service is entitled to request in writing, to be made to the mining site and calculate the topographic trying for. 5.2. For the remainder of the turf and turf 81. stock records For turf quantity counts each day and collect data records journals (4. and annex 5). 82. The resulting turf shall be calculated according to the degree of humidity (W = 40%) using the following formula: P = P: VGno., which acquired the turf quantity (tonnes); V — the resulting peat volume (in cubic metres); Gno. — get turf relative tilpumsvar. Get the relative tilpumsvar of the peat is calculated using the following formula: Gno. = D (100-Wd) (100 – Wno.)
Gno. — get turf relative tilpumsvar; GD-tilpumsvar natural moisture; WD: the natural humidity percentage; Wno. -relative humidity 40%.
83. the mineral collector shall ensure that not less than once every seven years, is carried out in a peat mining field inventory. The inventory compiled peat extraction site inventory. 84. Peat extraction fields counting out: 84.1. turf field instrumental trying;
52.3. novadgrāvj, ditch the card basin, fire, and other elements and determine survey;
84.3. peat layer depth, composition and stocks discovery. 85. the turf field inventory of the following professionals: 85.1. this rule 84.1 and 52.3. bottom jobs — referred to in licensed or certified in the surveying party;
85.2. This provision 84.3. referred to in the works — a person with a Bachelor's degree or second level professional higher education in geology or related field and three years experience in exploration or extraction of peat. 86. Peat extraction site inventory file consists of the following sections: 53.5. terrain and the General characteristics: 86.1.1. peat stocks (separately total item and quantity of items) and their characteristics;
86.1.2. the counting process of the work carried out;
86.1.3. peat extraction fields (the area and items in each of them);
86.1.4. peat mining field drainage system;
86.1.5. Description of the infrastructure;
86.1.6. Description of the fire;
86.1.7. environmental protection measures taken;
86.1.8. used peat mining technology list;
86.2. calculation tables: 86.2.1. turf geological inventory;
86.2.2. operating items by dividing the individual items in each collection in the field;
86.2.3. peat extraction fields;
86.2.4. peat decomposition degree average calculation by the layers (based on accredited laboratory analyses performed);
86.2.5. turf relative humidity average calculation by the layers (based on accredited laboratory analyses performed);
86.2.6. peat deposits layers of intermediate depth calculation;
86.3. rapper used (rapper, the absolute height of the number, location);
86.4. Summary of peat extraction;
86.5. laboratory data;
86.6. production site plan scale 1:2000-1:10000, which represents: 86.6.1. novadgrāvj location;
86.6.2. fire basins;
86.6.3. peat depth (in metres) of izolīnij;
86.6.4. the infrastructure (roads, railways);
86.6.5. sampling points. 87. the acquiring of mineral agent, and counting the reviewer signature peat extraction site in the inventory file and submit it to the Agency. 6. Mineral extraction sites preservation or conservation of the conditioning 88. the aim is to ensure the extraction site and related drilling and conservation monitoring network in the State, which does not pose a threat to the health and life of citizens and the environment, as well as to ensure the resumption of mining work. 89. Mineral collector provides a mineral extraction site preservation, if mining jobs, suspended for more than one year. Mineral collector provided with mineral extraction in the associated document storage. 90. Conditioning aims to provide complete extractions further use after the mineral mining is complete, to prevent threats to the health and life of citizens and the environment, as well as promoting the terrain into the landscape. 91. Conditioning can be performed simultaneously with the mineral mining. Conditioning must be commenced within one year after the completion of mining mineral resources. 92. Conditioning shall be carried out in accordance with the project or scheme. Conditioning the way coordinated with the local government. 93. Mining (except for peat and sapropel) terrain rekultiv: 93.1. preparing for use in agriculture or forestry;
93.2. creating a body of water;
93.3. preparing recreation;
93.4. preparing for use in another way. 94. Peat extraction sites rekultiv: 94.1. renaturalizācij (Marsh-specific environmental restoration);
94.2. preparing for use in agriculture, such as creating or mētrāj-growing Berry fields;
preparing for use in forestry 58.6.;
create a body of water; 94.4.
94.5. preparing recreation;

preparing for use other 94.6. way. 95. Completed conservation or conditioning work, adopt the local government created the Commission, which is made up of services, municipalities, landowners and mineral collector. 96. If the preservation or conditioning work is carried out in accordance with the design and quality, the Commission shall draw up a work conditioning or preservation decision-making Act (annex 6). 97. If the work of conditioning are made of poor quality, the Commission shall, within five working days, inform the Department in writing. The service determines the period to which you want to eliminate the deficiencies. 7. Closing questions 98. projects and schemes that made before the entry into force of these regulations in accordance with the relevant applicable regulations the period requirements are in force until the end of their implementation, if: 98.1. they do not conflict with the use of the subsoils permission or in accordance with the licences issued to these rules;
98.2. quarrying work carried out before the entry into force of these regulations, comply with the project or mineral mining scheme. 99. the mineral mining site where mineral extraction occurs without the project or scheme, mineral collector supports the development of a project or scheme until 1 July 2008. 100. Up to July 1, 2008 for mineral mining sites, which are not designed project or scheme, mineral extraction activities benefit according to the annual development plan prepared. In that case, the annual development plan shall be prepared on the basis of the data in the prospecting, mineral deposits and permit or passport. Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 1 Cabinet of 19 September 2006, the Regulation No 779 on mineral extraction sites targeting boundary area annex 1: Word format 20 ____. year ___. _ ___ _____ _____ Fields, in which the mining site: _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ location (district, city, County, municipality) ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ mineral collector ___ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ mineral mining sites targeting boundary area participated: mineral collector's representative (position, name, surname) licensed or certified in surveying the person (position, name, surname) 1. Mineral extraction site boundaries is the area of the objective According to the use of the subsoils licence No. _____/common mineral permit no. _____ (not applicable) the requirements set out in the management of projects. 2. targeting Boundary is used _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with no landmarks ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ______. -In the annex to the plan or map scale of 1:1000 to 1:10000.

Mineral benefit representative (title, caption and transcript) licensed or certified in Surveying the person (position, signature and transcript) Minister of environment r. vējonis annex 2 Cabinet of 19 September 2006, the Regulation No 779 mineral mining records log Appendix 2 in Word format Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 19 September 2006, the Regulation No 779 mineral extraction volume calculated Act Appendix 3 Word format 20 ____. year ___. _ ___ _____ _____ Fields, in which the mining site: _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ location (district, city, County, municipality) ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ mineral participated: the calculation of the amount of mineral resources of the beneficiary (position, name, surname) licensed or certified in the surveying party (position, name, surname) national environmental representative (job title, first name, last name) 1.    for uzmērījum and after topographic (mineral extraction site name) the accounting period from ____ ___ _____ _____ _____ to _____ ____ ____ ____ ____ obtained _____ ____ ____ ____ ____ m3, of those losses ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ m3.

(mineral)
 
2. Work in progress is not/is (not applicable) allow inaccuracies ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 3. in accordance with the above ____ __ _____. the year ____ ____ quarter inventory disposal ____ ____ ____ m3. Natural resources tax payments must be on the _____ _____ _____ _____ m3 ____ ____ ________.
(the valid type of mineral)
Annex: 1. calculation of the amount of procurement. 2. Plan scale 1:................... "

Mineral benefit representative (title, caption and transcript) licensed or certified in Surveying the person (position, signature and transcript) the national environmental service representative (title, caption and transcript) Minister of environment r. vējonis annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 19 September 2006, the Regulation No 779 Frēzkūdr the acquisition accounting log annex 4 Word Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 5 Cabinet of 19 September 2006, the Regulation No 779 Cut peat moss (gabalkūdr) mining accounting journal 5. attachment in Word format (district) (local authority) (name of location) ( mineral collector) of MOSS peat Cut (gabalkūdr) mining accounting journals permit or license No. ____ ___ _____ issued ______. the year ____. _____ _____ _____ Valid until __________. the year ____. _____ _____ _____ responsible employee (position, name, surname) table 1 Cut peat moss (gabalkūdr) tracking field no ___ ___ Date serial number, the serial number of the trench dug in a day turn peat in tonnes from the outcome of the 1m3 (W = 40%) Dug tons (W-40%) Left for the turf (tonnes) (W = 40%) length (cm) width (m2) volume (m3) a day from the beginning of the month a day from the beginning of the month of the beginning of the season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 notes. 1. table 2 indicates in box also excavated trench in the card serial number. 2. table 3 indicates in box actually excavated length of 24 hours. 3. in column 4, table cut the turf (report of losses, for example, on the strain, incursions) indicates the average cross section excavated trenches, but gabalkūdr-cross-section of a specific machine, spread out in the March. 4. table 6. box tilpumsvar (tonnes) conversion of the natural moisture in the conditional (on technological design, field inventory materials or laboratory analyses). table 5 notes indicate notional losses (in percentage or in cubic metres). Signature of the responsible employee ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ table 2 Cut Turf (gabalkūdr) Summary by fields of accounting date field number is obtained (m3) (tonnes) (W = 40%) Left for turf (tonnes) (W = 40%) a day from the beginning of the month of the season starting the day from the beginning of the month of the beginning of the season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 the signature of the responsible employee ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 6 Cabinet of 19 September 2006, the Regulation No 779 Act concerning the mineral mining site [] [] preservation conditioning annex 6 Word Environment Minister r. vējonis