Landfill Installation, Landfill And Dump Management, Closing And Conditioning Rules

Original Language Title: Atkritumu poligonu ierīkošanas, atkritumu poligonu un izgāztuvju apsaimniekošanas, slēgšanas un rekultivācijas noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 474 in Riga, 13 June 2006 (pr. No 32 16) landfill installation, landfill and dump management, closing and conditioning rules Issued in accordance with article 6 of the law on construction of the first paragraph of point 4 and the waste management Act, article 7 paragraph 5.1 General questions 1. determines the landfill installation, landfill and dump management, closing and conditioning requirements.
2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1. inert waste – waste that does not happen at their disposal significant physical, biological or chemical changes, they are not exposed to chemicals or other materials that come into contact, and do not pose a threat to human life, health or the environment;
2.2 biodegradable waste – waste that can decompose aerobically or anaerobically;
2.3. liquid wastes, waste disposal is in liquid state, including water;
2.4. leachate – any liquid, which the izsūcot through landfill or landfill waste disposal, and are stocked in a landfill or landfill or is discharged;
2.5. the waste gas – all the gases that have been caused by the decomposition of the waste disposal processes;
2.6. conditioning – with waste cleaning up contaminated areas, to reduce the negative impact of waste on the environment and human health and to ensure the waste contaminated areas into the surrounding landscape;
2.7. the effluent-liquid which is obtained by taking the waste in the laboratory leaching test;
2.8. processing of waste? physical, thermal, chemical, mechanical (including sorting) or biological processes that change the characteristics of the waste, reduce the volume or peril accelerates the decomposition or promote waste recycling and recovery;
2.9 operators-the natural or legal person which managed landfill or dump;
2.10 standalone urban area? locality, in which more than 500 people and no more than five inhabitants per square kilometre, and the distance to the nearest urban agglomeration that is at least 250 per km2, the population is less than 50 kilometers, or this city agglomeration due to bad meteorological conditions a significant part of the year is hard to reach by road;
2.11.-a permanent underground storage site deep geological cavities, such as a salt or potassium mine.
3. the rules apply to landfills and dumps, including the site where the waste producer disposed of waste at source, as well as specially equipped sites for the storage of waste, where waste is stored for longer than a year, with the exception of: 3.1 the place of unloading of the waste that it prepares transport processing, processing or disposal elsewhere;
3.2. where waste is stored prior to disposal if the waste is stored for no longer than a year, and the place where the waste is stored prior to their processing or processing, where waste is stored in more than three years;
3.3. sewage sludge, mud and deepening the seabed similar material into the soil as fertiliser or utilities;
3.4. the use of inert waste for redevelopment in the territory where the wastes are suitable for the purpose;
3.5. use of sludge along water bodies and watercourses from which they have withdrawn, advancing;
3.6. mineral prospecting, mining and processing waste material disposal, if the waste is classified as hazardous waste.
4. the waste land are divided into the following categories: 4.1. hazardous waste landfill;
4.2 municipal waste landfills;
4.3. landfills of inert waste.
2. the construction of the landfill Landfill installation site 5 choice under its municipal territory planning in the territory of which it intended to build a landfill. The construction of the landfill site is chosen, taking into account: 5.1 the distance from residential areas, tourist attractions, places used for recreation and health care, as well as from water bodies, water and agricultural lands;
5.2. all types of aprobežojum established in the possible construction of a landfill site;
5.3. Geological and hidroģeoloģisko conditions of the construction site of the landfill in may;
5.4. the possible construction of the landfill site, landing, noslīdeņ of flooding or landslide probability;
5.5. the possible construction of the landfill site in the specially protected natural areas or cultural and historical monuments;
5.6. the prevailing wind direction in relation to the residential areas, tourist attractions and sites used for recreation and health care;
5.7. the increased danger of the placement of objects and their possible adverse effects on the landfill.
6. it shall be prohibited to build the landfill: 6.1. where it is prohibited under the legislation on protection zones or specially protected natural areas;
6.2. in areas throughout the lifetime of the landfill the maximum groundwater level cannot be less than one metre from the base of the landfill;
6.3. the active hot zones.
7. If the landfill construction wholly or partly intended for State and local government funds or international financial institutions, the European Union, its Member States or other countries ' financial resources, the project applicant (operator) or the sequence of the site before construction started the construction of the landfill to prepare a feasibility study. The reasons include: 7.1. information on the region where intended for installation of the collected landfill waste disposal: 7.1.1 a description of the territory concerned, the region's population and density, as well as the business types and the characteristics of the infrastructure;
7.1.2. waste generation sources, the quantity and composition of the waste, the apgl bājam types of waste, the distance between the location of the landfill and the anticipated significant waste generation sources, the existing waste management infrastructure;
7.1.3. the waste management institutional, technical, and chemical aspects of the slow-down in the territory, also the existing and proposed tariff system;
7.1.4. the forecasts for the generated and landfilled waste landfills, and the type of change in the composition of the site at the time of the expected transaction;
7.1.5. separate collection, treatment, recycling and disposal of technological alternatives, their implementation and use;
7.1.6. the closure of the existing dumps and conditioning costs assessment;
7.1.7. the socio-economic situation in the territory, the planned tariff system and its effect on the solvency of the population;
7.1.8. the construction of the site plans conformity with the regional waste management plan;
7.1.9. public information on the waste management system and the tasks that need to be addressed within it;
7.2. information on the landfill construction and associated waste management system, the financing of the scheme and expected work calendar schedule;
7.3. information on the possible construction of the landfill site: 7.3.1. compliance with the administrative area development programme and planning, if any have been developed;
7.3.2. inženierģeoloģisk and hydrogeological research data;
7.3.3. land ownership or use rights supporting documents or agreements with land owners for the construction of a landfill site;
7.3.4. the need for transformation of the Earth;
7.4. the General layout of the, including the road and external inženiertīkl;
7.5. landfill expected structure (including environmental engineering structures);
7.6. the management of the landfill, closure, conditioning, monitoring and control plan;
7.7. information on bridges, roads and the rail network, as well as other communications that directly affect the flow of waste to the landfill; 
7.8. information on estimated landfill installation, the masseter, apsaimn close, conditioning, monitoring and control costs, as well as on opportunities to provide funding for the implementation of the project.
8. in accordance with paragraph 7 of these regulations, the requirements of the technical-economic justification of the project, the applicant shall submit to the Ministry of the environment. Ministry of the environment during the month to evaluate and accept or require a certain period of time to make corrections.
9. the technical-economic justification used technical project development.
10. the project the applicant Technical landfill project developed after the completion of the environmental impact assessment and environmental monitoring national Office opinion on the final report.
11. developing the technical design of the site, having regard to the rules laid down in Chapter 3 of the site civil design conditions. Civil design of the information is required for initiation of hydrological, geological, hydrogeological and inženierģeoloģisk the results of research and the following documents: 11.1. land ownership or use rights supporting documents;
11.2. the construction plans of the public consultation on the Protocol and the municipal decision on consent for the construction of a landfill site;
11.3. situation plan;
11.4. topographical plan of the land;
11.5. the planning and architectural task.
12. the technical construction of the Landfill design is carried out in accordance with the law regulating the construction requirements.

13. Landfill works are performed according to the construction of laws and regulatory requirements. The landfill accepts into service according to the laws and regulations on adoption into the structure.
3. the conditions for the landfill civil design 14. Designer is responsible for the compliance with the conditions for civil design, preparing the construction plan. The designer must make decisions about technical solutions in terms of civil design.
15. the operation of a landfill involves creating necessary external and internal infrastructure.
16. external site infrastructure include: 16.1 siding;
16.2. the electrical supply line (cable);
16.3. line electronic communications network;
16.4. external fire-fighting water supply (water and (or) artificial reservoir).
17. the internal infrastructure of the site includes the following functional areas: 17.1. waste acceptance and processing zone;
17.2. the internal roads and areas;
17.3. waste disposal area;
17.4. the economic zone, including the laws and requirements of domestic space workers.
18. waste acceptance and processing area in the project include: 18.1. a checkpoint for: 18.1.1. registration of waste, garbage, Visual inspection, weighing and waste sent to landfill or processing site;
18.1.2. from both the site inspection and registration of transport;
18.2. waste handling and sorting station, secured with: 18.2.1. sewerage system;
18.2.2. waterproof and chemically resistant to the waterworks in asphalt concrete or concrete cover or below normal asphalt concrete or concrete pavement construction of pretfiltrācij layer. Municipal and hazardous waste landfill to ensure that the filtration rate no greater than 10-9 m/s, landfills of inert waste – no larger than 10-7 m/s. Coverage of composition and thickness of the layer determines the construction plan;
18.2.3. relevant technological equipment, if the landfill site will be accepted for biodegradable waste;
18.2.4. corresponding technological equipment if landfill waste will be sorting and pressing;
18.3. vehicle and equipment washing and landfill of tyres disinfected the area.
19. project runway site to waste shipment transport does not interfere with safety and with the least possible inconvenience to the residents of the neighbourhood.
20. internal roads connects the separate construction of the landfill and ensure smooth and safe transportation and landfill space used for processes, design according to their purpose. They can be concrete, gravel or crushed rock surfaces.
21. Waste disposal area provides lasting and secure waste storage. Designing projects, this area provides one or more of the waste disposal bins, waste is unloaded and disposed of the Rammer.
22. Waste disposal bins: 22.1. specially built pretfiltrācij of coverage under this provision 23, 24 and 25;
22.2. leachate and sewage collection and disposal system;
22.3. landfill gas collection and disposal system of municipal waste landfills;
22.4. surface and underground water pollution monitoring system;
22.5. move fence around waste disposal;
22.6. the ramparts under the planned disposal of the height.
23. Waste disposal bin base and the inner wall is from natural material insulation layer, which satisfies the following requirements: 23.1. hazardous waste landfills material natural insulation layer thickness is not less than five metres, making sure to rock the filtering rate no greater than 10-9 m/s;
23.2. municipal waste landfill material natural insulation layer thickness is not less than one meter, making sure to rock the filtering rate no greater than 10-9 m/s;
23.3. landfills for inert waste insulating layer thickness is not less than one meter, making sure to rock the filtering rate no greater than 10-7 m/s. 24. If the construction of the landfill site can not provide this provision referred to in paragraph 23 the natural layer of insulation material, waste disposal bin and the inner walls lined with artificial insulation layer thickness is not less than 0.5 metres and who ensure that the filtration coefficient of rock meet this provision referred to in paragraph 23.
25. In landfills over natural or artificial ISO high inflation layer fitted artificial waterproofing layer and at least 0.5 metres thick well filter bottom layer, or material which the filtration coefficient is at least 10-3 m/s, with drain pipes or drain a leachate collection system and discharge, as well as provide drainage system cleaning capabilities.
26. Leachate district outside waste disposal bin to leachate accumulation structure. Leachate accumulation rigs fitted with piping and pumping system for leachate discharge to sewage treatment plants are transported to the landfill or municipal waste water treatment plants. To reduce the volume of leachate, leachate can be used to spray over the buried waste. Leachate accumulation structure will ensure leachate inlet volume measuring equipment and sampling of leachate. Leachate accumulation structure constructed of waterproof and chemically resistant material.
27. the project of a leachate treatment plant, taking into account the amount of leachate pollution and fluctuations depending on rainfall and time of year.
28. Landfill gas collection system designed for all municipal waste landfill accepts waste is biodegradable.
29. the landfill gas is collected, processed and used in such a way as to not create a risk to human health or the environment. If the gas collected cannot be used for the generation of energy to burn.
30. economic zone placed all other landfill operation of necessary infrastructure elements, including construction and utilities.
31. Landfill from the surrounding area bounded by at least two metres high fence. All the entrance to the landfill site bounded by Gates or barriers.
32. Where it is determined by the provisions of the civil design, fitted band around the landfill greenery or its parts.
4. the management of the landfill and dump 4.1 General requirements for the acceptance of waste at landfills and dumps in landfills and dumps 33. allowed to bury only treated waste with the exception of inert wastes, the treatment of which is not technically possible, or to waste that treatment does not reduce the quantity or the risks to human life, health and the environment.
34. In landfills and dumps may not be accepted for disposal: 34.1. the liquid waste;
21.3. sewage treatment plant sludge, if the water content is greater than 80%;
21.3. the organic food industry waste and wood processing waste, if they are not composted or used waste gas extraction;
21.4. waste which, in the conditions of landfill, is explosive, corrosive, flammable or flammable, according to regulations on the classification and characteristics of the waste, which makes the waste hazardous;
34.5. waste arising after the human and animal healthcare and are contagious according to the regulations on the classification and characteristics of the waste, which makes the waste hazardous;
21.5. whole and shredded tyres worn tyres (excluding whole worn tires, which are used in civil engineering works in a landfill or landfill, bicycle tyres and tyres, of an external diameter of more than 1400 mm);
21.6. other wastes that do not meet these rules laid down the conditions for the acceptance of waste.
35. it is prohibited to mix waste in order to ensure compliance with the conditions for the acceptance of waste.
36. Prior to accepting the waste at the operator from the supplier receives a description of the waste (annex 1). If between the supplier and the operator of waste is contracted for waste disposal in a landfill, the waste is one of the components of the contract. The contract will indicate the manner in which the Parties shall examine in a landfill or dump the waste delivered to the requirements laid down in the Treaty, as well as action in cases where the wastes delivered does not meet the requirements of the contract. If the contract has not been concluded, for each load of waste is made a separate description of the waste.
37. Waste disposal in a landfill or accept the landfill if they conform to the landfill in question: 37.1. the conditions of the permit issued for the A or B category contaminating activities or the relevant landfill for waste disposal of the issued permit conditions;
37.2. the description of the waste;
37.3. This provision 4.2, 4.3 or 4.4. bottom section mentioned the criteria for the acceptance of waste.
38. the waste landfill or dump operator before and after unloading of the waste landfill or landfill waste Visual inspection, as well as ensure the verification of compliance with the waste, to determine the compliance of the delivered waste waste description.

39. in order to determine compliance with the waste of the waste acceptance criteria according to that rule 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4, subdivision of sampling and analysis are used in these rules referred to in annex 2 of the waste sampling and analysis methods. Sampling of waste, chemical analysis and description of waste compliance check shall be performed by laboratories that are accredited by the national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 "the competence of testing and calibration laboratories-General requirements" and the Ministry of economy published a notice in the newspaper "Gazette" (hereinafter referred to as the laboratory).
40. The waste of the waste acceptance criteria (this rule 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4. subchapter) does not check if the laboratory has provided a written opinion that the analysis is not possible or is not available, the inspection procedures and criteria.
41. To accept hazardous waste for disposal and verify that they conform to the description of the dangerous waste landfill the operator shall ensure that, before the unloading of hazardous waste samples are taken. Hazardous waste sampling and laboratory analysis is carried out. After sampling hazardous waste samples stored for at least one month and during this time, ensure the carrying out of analyses.
42. If it is found that the waste is not delivered for disposal in a landfill or landfill, it will be returned to the supplier. Operator on non-compliance with a written description of the waste shall inform the relevant national environment service regional environmental governance (hereinafter called the Government).
43. Landfill or dump waste operator managed to: prevent 43.1. surface water and underground water pollution;
43.2. reduce odours and dust;
43.3. eliminate waste fractions with the easy spread of the wind;
43.4. reduce noise;
43.5. prevent bird, rodent and insect harmful activities;
27.1. avoid aerosol formation;
27.2. to prevent fire, self-ignition of waste and hazardous waste leakage or spillage of the packaging or containers of corruption.
44. Landfill or dump checkpoint and taken in the waste sent to sorting, re-usable materials processing or storage space or store.
45. Landfill or dump operator shall ensure workers safe and healthy working conditions according to the laws and regulations on safety.
46. The Operator with waste activities registered waste disposal landfill or dump the transaction log (annex 3). If the operator with waste activities are recorded electronically recorded data quarterly in print.
47. during the two months following the end of the calendar year, landfill or dump operator shall submit an annual report on the Administration and the municipality, which is located in the administrative territory of the landfill. Municipalities whose administrative territory the collected municipal waste is disposed of in the landfill, the annual report shall be submitted upon request. The annual report summarizes the following information: 29.3. landfill or landfill accepted and waste disposal and according to the laws and regulations on the classification and characteristics of the waste, which makes the waste hazardous;
47.2. of landfill or dump or recycling of waste exported in quantity and of the materials used, as well as the processing, storage or disposal sites;
47.3. the results of monitoring the State of the environment;
47.4. the waste gas collection system and the collected gas volume and composition;
29.5. measurement of volume of waste disposal;
29.6. leachate volume measurement and the results of the analyses and the composition of waste water treatment plants discharged waste water environment analyses.
29.6. the site surrounding area environmental parameter measurements according to annex 4 of these rules.
48. the authority shall collect and submit environmental Ministry and the Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency, the information contained in the annual accounts. Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency shall ensure that the relevant information should be available to the public.
49. in order to reduce pollution of the environment, the operator shall ensure the monitoring of the State of the environment in accordance with the provisions of annex 4, as well as the building of environmental protection check and maintenance.
50. the administration shall determine the location of the landfill or dump the surroundings that made these rules referred to in annex 4 environmental measurements, as well as the rules referred to in annex 4, under the safety monitoring full and partial chemical analysis parameters measurements and, if necessary, additional parameters.
51. If the landfill or dump surroundings found environmental pollution, landfill or dump operator eliminates the causes of environmental pollution and its consequences. A week after the capture of landfill pollution the operator informs the Government on pollution and prevention measures.
52. To control the surface water pollution in the zone of the site, the water flow direction up and downstream of the site shall be at least two sampling points.
53. to control groundwater pollution, landfill or dump zone shall control the network of underground water bore hole sampling and measurements of the levels. At least one drilling groundwater sampling shall where groundwater flows in a landfill or dump and at least two drillings – groundwater leakage from landfill or dump. If the existing data and hydrogeological conditions of the area show for artesian water pollution, artesian water control shall be provided on at least one of the boreholes.
4.2. the criteria for the acceptance of waste at landfills and municipal waste dumps 54. Municipal waste landfills and dumps allowed to bury: 54.1. municipal waste;
54.2. stabilize (bound or vitrified), non-reactive hazardous waste monolith where the wastes are buried separately from biodegradable waste and the landfill if they comply with the requirements of the authorization granted for categories A or B polluting activities, or also to the relevant landfill for waste disposal licences issued. 
55. Municipal waste landfills without compliance checks in annex 5 of these rules limit values are accepted: 55.1. households resulted from municipal wastes, other than those which may be classified as hazardous under the legislation on the classification and characteristics of the waste, which makes the waste hazardous;
55.2. separately collected municipal waste incurred by households, except those that may be classified as hazardous under the legislation on the classification and characteristics of the waste, which makes the waste hazardous;
55.3. like other municipal waste.
56. Plaster containing municipal waste landfilled municipal waste landfill storage that is not buried in a biodegradable waste.
57. Asbestos-containing construction waste and other waste containing asbestos (asbestos-containing waste) without additional checks may take and bury domestic waste landfill in separate compartments or in landfills, where disposal of asbestos-containing waste only if they comply with the provisions referred to in paragraph 33.7 below requirements. Municipal waste landfills the landfill or partitions that contain only asbestos-containing waste, subject to the following additional requirements: 57.1. waste not containing other dangerous substances, with the exception of asbestos related way, including fibers, which are associated with or packed in a plastic bag;
57.2. we only accept asbestos-containing waste or landfill disposed of in a separate compartment, if asbestos containing waste disposed of in municipal waste landfill site;
57.3. disposal of waste containing asbestos area before each compaction of the waste is covered with a layer of insulating material to prevent the spread of asbestos fibres;
57.4. If asbestos-containing waste packaging is damaged or not packed, it will immediately be covered with insulating material layer. Before each compaction of the waste it again covered with insulating material layer and spray with water or leachate in order to prevent the spread of asbestos fibres;
57.5. landfill or its partition after complete filling, covered with a final coating to prevent asbestos fibres into the environment;
57.6. landfill or in the partition is not performed any work that could result in asbestos fibres into the environment;
After the closure of the landfill 57.7. saves the landfill or the partition plan that contains asbestos-containing waste disposal sites;
After the closure of the landfill 57.8. measures shall be taken to limit the possible land use and prevent people from falling into contact with the waste.
58. in the landfill, where the only asbestos-containing construction waste landfill operator prior to accepting the waste at the landfill and waste unloading waste or packaged waste packaging and labelling on Visual inspection to determine compliance of the delivered waste waste description.

59. If the waste does not meet these rules 54. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, take the chemical analysis to determine whether the waste meets this provision in annex 5 criteria for the acceptance of waste at landfills or municipal waste landfill.
4.3. the criteria for the acceptance of waste landfills of inert waste 60. landfill of Inert waste is allowed to be disposed of shall be used only for inert waste.
61. The rules referred to in annex 6, inert waste is allowed to accept inert waste landfill site without background checks, if the emergence of the one source is delivered to one or more of these rules referred to in annex 6. waste types. If inert waste containing impurities (other materials or substances) in such numbers that there is a risk of pollution of waste, the waste in the landfill of inert waste does not accept.
62. Landfills of Inert waste does not accept construction and demolition waste, contaminated by dangerous substances.
63. If the waste is not included in this provision in annex 6, carry out the chemical analysis to determine whether the waste complies with this provision 7. limit values laid down in the annex for the acceptance of waste at landfills of inert waste.
4.4. the criteria for the acceptance of waste at landfill for non-hazardous waste hazardous waste landfill 64. is allowed to bury the types of hazardous waste that are mentioned in the permit issued to the landfill in question in the category (A) or (B) the activity of the pollutant and which comply with that rule 8. criteria referred to in the annex.
65. For hazardous waste landfill site (in addition to the provisions of article 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 and 53 of these requirements): 65.1. each type of weight of hazardous waste;
65.2. verify compliance with hazardous waste tracking, identifi cation, labeling and transport (including cross-border transport);
65.3. the verification of information about waste treatment methods used;
65.4. Review supplier and producer name and address;
65.5. once a year, or according to the information in the description of the waste to verify compliance with the waste of the waste and the established criteria for the acceptance of waste.
66. Assuming a hazardous waste disposal hazardous waste landfill in the chemical analysis to determine whether the waste complies with this provision 8. limit values laid down in the annex.
5. the closure of the landfill and dump 67. all or part of the landfill closed, if the landfill design: 67.1. volume on the basis of category (A) or (B) permit of polluting activities and specified in the information provided in the annual report is completed;
67.2. category (A) or (B) the end of the term of the permit of polluting activities and it has not been extended;
67.3. is in violation of (A) or (B) permit of polluting activities of category of such requirements;
41.9. environmental monitoring data show that the deterioration of the environment and to continue to the site, it is not possible to prevent it.
68. The dump switch if: 68.1. the dump operation leads to environmental pollution or infection, or harmful to health threat of the spread of the connection;
68.2. is possible to ensure waste processing or disposal in a landfill;
68.3. over waste disposal permits expire or it is cancelled.
69. the administration of the written application by a municipality to issue technical rules measures to landfill or dump, closing, monitoring and operations after closing.
6. A landfill and dump the dump after 70 of conditioning to danger and potential pollution and against the conditioning requirements fall into three categories: category I – 70.1. dumps, which creates a potential risk;
70.2. Category II-dumps, which poses a potential risk for the medium;
70.3. Category III-dumps, which creates a potentially high risk.
71. At the class I belong to dumps which do not cause adverse effects on human health and the environment, as well as: 71.1. the estimated amount of waste disposal not exceeding 50000 tons (around 100000 m3);
71.2. Note that only municipal waste disposal or equivalent production waste and contaminated debris.
72. At category II belongs to the dumps, which may have a negative impact on human health and the environment (soil, ground and surface water and air), they produce negative impact has been prolonged, as well as: 72.1. estimated amount of waste disposal not more than 175000 t (about 350000 m3);
72.2. Note that disposed of household waste or equivalent production wastes and contaminated debris.
73. At category III owns the dump, which has resulted in adverse effects on human health and the environment (soil, water and air) and can generate negative effects has been long-term, as well as: 73.1. the estimated amount of waste disposed of more than 175000 t (about 350000 m3), 73.2. buried waste with high contents of hazardous substances.
74. conditioning of the landfill of Inert waste class II shall apply to landfills, but municipal and hazardous waste landfill conditioning – category III dumps.
75. If the landfill is divided into waste disposal bins, bins for conditioning on.
76. in order to ensure the closed landfill or dump into the landscape and the territory's future use, landfill or dump operator supports landfill or dump the conditioning project design.
77. A closed landfill or dump the initiation of civil design conditioning requires the following documents: 77.1. decision of the municipality and other bodies on the landfill or dump;
77.2. land ownership or use rights supporting documents;
77.3. landfill or dump location map;
77.4. situation plan;
77.5. rekultivējam topographic plan of the area;
77.6. waste disposal site initial state profile, if available;
77.7. information on the composition of the waste and disposal;
77.8. information on the territory of the geological and hydrogeological conditions;
landfill or dump 77.9. counting things, monitoring results, technical projects;
the planning and architecture of 77.10.;
77.11. technical rules.
78. A closed landfill or dump conditioning technical projects corresponding to the construction of the regulatory requirements and the laws according to the closed landfill or dump category in accordance with the provisions referred to in paragraph 80 of the conditioning.
79. A closed landfill or dump of conditioning works carried out in the construction of the regulatory requirements and the laws according to the closed landfill or dump category in accordance with the provisions referred to in paragraph 80 of the conditioning. Landfill or dump conditioning taken into service under the legislation on adoption into the structure.
80. the conditioning of the landfill, comply with the following conditions: 80.1. conditioning of the dumps before the surface of the potential pārstrādājamo waste is harvested and delivered waste sites;
80.2. waste solid and sastumj in one pile, reducing the dump area. Through conditioning, forms the surface of the landfill and side slopes form;
49.9. dump side slopes must not be steeper than 1:3 (height to width). Creating dumps surface and side slopes form, take into account the corresponding dumps surrounding terrain characteristics, as well as surface water collection and discharge;
80.4. the dump and side planing and hillsides of category I and II noblīvēšan dumps and landfills for inert waste constitutes the cover layer of 0.5 metres thick bottom layer of low permeability or appropriate pretfiltrācij layer, which rock filtration coefficient is 10-7 m/s and the guaranteed service life is at least the lifetime of the landfill and the monitoring time after closure of the landfill;
80.5. Class I landfill waste transported to landfills or other disposal to be used, if it is defined in the management issued by the technical regulations. The transfer of the waste area covered with at least 10 cm thick layer of fertile soil (providing for greening);
50.1. the surface of the landfill and side planing and noblīvēšan hillsides of category III dumpsites and landfills for municipal waste need insulating cover;
80.7. Category III dumps and landfills for municipal waste toppings insulating cover shall provide: 80.7.1. gas drainage layer according to paragraph 29 of these rules;
80.7.2.0.5 metres thick bottom layer of low permeability or pretfiltrācij of the corresponding layer rock filtration coefficient is 10-9 m/s and the guaranteed service life is at least the lifetime of the landfill and the monitoring time after closure of the landfill;
80.7.3. drainage layer, which is thicker than 0.5 meters and rock filtration coefficient is 10-3 m/s;
80.8. hazardous waste landfill over the round shall be provided: 80.8.1. artificial sealing layer of insulation according to this provision, paragraph 24;
80.8.2.-mineral film is thicker than 0.5 metres;
80.8.3. drainage layer, which is thicker than 0.5 meters, according to this provision, paragraph 25;

80.9. Annexes I, II and III, waste dumps and landfills top division is made up of at least 0.2 m thick layer of soil;
80.10. the organization ensures the landscape, greenery and lawns, choosing the appropriate type of lawn plant species.
81. The Board after conditioning determines where in the landfill or dump surroundings made this provision in annex 4 of the environmental measurements, as well as the rules referred to in annex 4 of the monitoring to be carried out in the framework of full and partial chemical analysis parameters and, if necessary, additional parameters.
82. the Monitoring carried out in accordance with the provisions of annex 4 to this 30 years after closure of the landfill.
7. Closing questions 83. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 3 January 2002, Regulation No 15 of the "regulations on the requirements for the landfill installation, as well as landfill and dump management, closing and conditioning" (Latvian journal, 2002, nr. 20).
84. the dump operator within one year from the date of entry into force of the provisions submitted to the administration of the performance improvement plan dumps, which contain information on these rules Chapter 4 requirements for landfill, measures to improve the State of the environment and the expected dumps closing time if such a plan is not submitted until the entry into force of the rules.
85. In the month following receipt of the management improvement plan to evaluate and adopt appropriate decisions: 85.1. on necessary additions to the authorization or issuance of a new permit, by setting specific deadlines enforceable measures;
85.2. the dump or landfill closure, if its effects on human health or the environment are negative and are available to other waste disposal sites.
86. These rules 2, 3 and Chapter 6 do not apply to the construction of landfills and garbage dumps, where conditioning design is initiated before the entry into force of these regulations.
87. Shredded tires in landfills and dumps may bury up to 17 July 2006.
88. from July 16, 2010, may be disposed of in a landfill from 75% biodegradable household waste and other waste, which consists of mass or properties are similar to household waste (household waste), created in 1995, or in the last year before 1995 for which standardised Eurostat available data.
89. from 16 July 2013, may be disposed of in a landfill 50% of biodegradable household waste mass produced in 1995 or the last year before 1995 for which standardised Eurostat available data.
90. from 16 July 2020, bury in landfills to be 35% of biodegradable household waste mass produced in 1995 or the last year before 1995 for which standardised Eurostat available data.
Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 26 April 1999, Directive 1999/31/EC on the landfill of waste.
Prime Minister-economic Minister a. Štokenberg Environment Minister r. vējonis Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force by July 5, 2006.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006 regulations No 474 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006, Regulation No 474 of waste sampling and analysis methods 1. General characteristics of waste: 1.1 EN EN 13137:2005 characterization of Waste. Determination of total organic carbon in waste, sludge and sediment.
2. Leaching tests: EN EN 12457-2.1.1:2005 characterization of Waste. Rinsing-compliance test for granular waste and sediment flushing, part 1: single-stage test 2 l/kg batch of waste, which has a high solid content and grain size less than 4 mm (cutting or reducing the size);
2.2. EN EN 12457-2:2005 characterization of Waste. Rinsing-compliance test for granular waste and sediment flushing, part 2: single-stage test of 10 l/kg batch of waste, which contains high solid content and granular dimensions less than 4 mm (cutting or reducing the size);
2.3. the EN12457-3:2005 LVS waste characterisation. Rinsing-compliance test for granular waste and sediment flushing, part 3: two-stage test of 2 l/kg and 8 l/kg batch of waste, which contains high solid content and granular dimensions less than 4 mm (cutting or reducing the size);
2.4. EN EN 12457-4:2005 characterization of Waste. Rinsing-compliance test for granular waste and sediment flushing, part 4: single-stage test, 10 l/kg batch of waste, which contains high solid content and granular dimensions less than 10 mm (cutting or reducing the size).
3. The raw waste digestion: 3.1 EN EN 13657:2005 characterization of Waste. Karaļūden of soluble elements mineralization;
3.2. EN EN 13657:2005 characterization of Waste. Digestion with microwave auxiliary and hydrofluoric acid (HF), nitric acid (HNO3) and hydrochloric acid (HCl) a mixture of the elements.
4. Chemical analysis methods: 4.1 EN EN 12506:2005 characterization of Waste. Eluate analysis – pH, As, Ba, Cd, Cl, Co, Cr, Cr (VI), Cu, Mo, Ni, Pb, total's NO2, SO42-, V and Zn, Discovery (solid waste and/or its eluate analysis of inorganic components; the elements in small amounts; trace elements);
4.2. EN EN 13370:2005 characterization of Waste. Eluate analysis – ammonium nitrogen absorbed organic halogens linked, conductivity, Hg, phenol index, total organic carbon, easy-cianīdjon and F-eliminable.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006 regulations No 474 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006 regulations No 474 environmental parameters for monitoring landfill or landfill and its surroundings no PO box
Monitoring and control parameters Monitoring and control frequency during operation of the landfill dumps during the 30 years after the landfill closed 1.
1.1. The monitoring parameters
leachate: 1.1.1.
monthly amount 2 times a year in 2 times a year in 1.1.2.
chemical composition: 1.1.2.1.
partial chemical analysis 2 times a year in 2 times a year once a year 1.1.2.2.
the full chemical analysis 2 times a year in 2 times a year once a year 1.2.
landfill gas: 1.2.1.
quantity once a month once a year 2 times a year in 1.2.2.
quantitative composition once a month once a year 2 times a year 2.
Surface water chemical composition in novadgrāv around the landfill or dump: 2.2.1.
partial chemical analysis 2 times a year once a year once a year 2.2.2.
the full chemical analysis 2 times a year once a year once a year 3.
Buried waste disposition: 3.1.
buried layer height of the waste once a year once a year once a year 3.2.
storage volume is completed once a year once a year?
3.3. storage do not populate volume once a year once a year?
3.4. the density of the waste once a year once a year?
4. monitoring the surrounding area of the landfill parameters: 4.1.
ground water: 4.1.1.
level 2 times a year in 2 times a year in 2 times a year in 4.1.2.
chemical composition: 4.1.2.1.
partial chemical analysis not specified not specified not specified in 4.1.2.2.
the full chemical analysis is not defined not defined not defined in 5.
Surface water in the vicinity of a landfill site 5.1.
determination of water 3 times a year once a year every year 5.2.
chemical analysis 5.2.1.
the full chemical analysis not 3 times a year once a year once a year in 5.2.2.
the full chemical analysis once a year once a year once a year notes.
1. Store the completed volume determined by topographical trying. Buried waste layer height and density is calculated taking into account the storage base marks and the weight of the imported waste.
2. the complete chemical analysis will determine the following parameters: pH 2.1 (on the site of a borehole pumping);
2.2. electrical conductivity (on the site of a borehole pumping);
2.3. the chemical oxygen demand;
2.4. the total quantity of nitrogen;
2.5. the total quantity of phosphorus;
2.6. the chloride (Cl-).
3. The complete chemical analysis will determine the following parameters: 3.1 all full chemical analysis parameters;
3.2. the content of dry matter;
3.3 biochemical oxygen demand in five days;
3.4 oksidējamīb (permanganate method);
3.5. nitrate (NO3-);
3.6. the nitrite (NO2-);
3.7. ammonium (NH4 +);
3.8. sulphate (SO42-);
3.9. phenol index;
3.10. petroleum products;
3.11. boron;
3.12. metal – zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn) and cobalt (Co).
4. Surface water flow measurements shall be made using the stationary items such measurements or mobile equipment for flow determination.
5. Samples of ground water chemical analysis pH and electrical conductivity are taken only after stabilization.
6. control the composition of the Gas used in fixed or mobile installations. Measurable parameters: 6.1. methane (CH4), nitrogen (N2) 6.2., 6.3. carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) 6.4, 6.5. hydrogen sulphide (H2S).
7. The quantity of gas is determined by using stationary equipment or pumping gas (landfill), or calculated (dumps) using specialized programs waste gas quantity calculation.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 5 cabinet

13 June 2006-Regulation No 474 limits waste taken to landfill sites for disposal of household I. Leaching limit values controls household waste in the form of household waste, which are buried in the same partition where it was stable, non-reactive hazardous wastes, leaching limit values the calculation checks the liquid (L) and solid (S) ratio (L/S, 2 l/kg and 10 l/kg for total volume) total outlet and directly expressed in mg/l for C0 (the first eluate of percolation test at L/S = 0.1 l/kg). For granulated waste all that is not monolithic.
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Component L/S = 2 l/kg, L/S = 10 l/kg for C0 (percolation test) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/l 1.
As (arsenic) 0.4 0.3 2 2.
BA (barium) 30 100 20 3.
CD (cadmium) 0.6 0.3 4 1.
CR (chromium, total) 2.5 4 10 5.
CU (copper) 25 50 30 6.
Hg (mercury) 0.05 0.2 0.03 7.
Mo (molybdenum) 3.5 5 10 8.
NI (nickel) 5 10 3 9.
PB (lead) 5 10 3 10.
SB (antimony) 0.2 0.7 0.15 11.
SE (selenium) 0.3 0.5 0.2 12.
Zn (zinc) 25 50 15 13.
CL (hlorīdjon) 10 000 15 000 8 500 14.
F-(fluorīdjon) 60 150 40 15.
SO42-(sulfātjon) 10 000 20 000 7 000 16.
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 380 800 250 17.
Total dissolved solids (TDS) ** – 40 000 60 000 notes.
If the pH value of the waste does not meet dissolved organic carbon (DOC), you can check if the L/S = 10 l/kg and up to 8.0 7.5 pH from. Waste can be considered as appropriate the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) acceptance criteria, if not exceed 800 mg/kg.
** You can use the total dissolved solids (TDS) content as an alternative to sulfate and chloride concentrations.
II. limit values for leaching tests hazardous waste adopted municipal waste landfill site for hazardous waste, the form taken for disposal in municipal waste landfill leaching test limit values calculated at L/S = 2 l/kg and L/S = 10 l/kg for total release and directly expressed in mg/l for C0 (the first eluate of percolation test at L/S = 0.1 l/kg).
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Component L/S = 2 l/kg, L/S = 10 l/kg for C0 (percolation test) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/l 1.
As (arsenic) 0.4 0.3 2 2.
BA (barium) 30 100 20 3.
CD (cadmium) 0.6 0.3 4 1.
Crkop (chromium) 2.5 4 10 5.
CU (copper) 25 50 30 6.
Hg (mercury) 0.05 0.2 0.03 7.
Mo (molybdenum) 3.5 5 10 8.
NI (nickel) 5 10 3 9.
PB (lead) 5 10 3 10.
SB (antimony) 0.2 0.7 0.15 11.
SE (selenium) 0.3 0.5 0.2 12.
Zn (zinc) 25 50 15 13.
CL-(hlorīdjon) 10000 15000 8500 14.
F-(fluorīdjon) 60 150 40 15.
SO42-(sulfātjon) 10000 20000 7000 16.
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 380 800 250 17.
Total dissolved solids (TDS) * 40000 60000?
 The notes.
If the pH value of the waste does not meet dissolved organic carbon (DOC), you can check if the L/S = 10 l/kg and pH of up to 8.0 7.5. Waste is considered as appropriate the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) acceptance criteria, if not exceed 800 mg/kg.
** You can use the total dissolved solids (TDS) limit values for sulphate and chloride as an alternative threshold. 
III. Other criteria for hazardous waste, which requires temporary storage of domestic waste landfill site in addition to the leaching limit values for granular controls hazardous waste must meet the following criteria: no PO box
Component value 1.
Total organic carbon (TOC) 5% 2.
PH at least 6 note.
If this limit value cannot be achieved, the regional environmental authority may authorise higher limit values, provided that dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 800 mg/kg threshold reached when L/S = 10 l/kg, and the pH value of up to 7.5 or 8.0 is the same material as the pH.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006, Regulation No 474 of Inert wastes before disposal in a landfill of inert waste does not require conformity check no PO box
Waste class description limitations 1.
1011 03 glass fibre waste Without organic binders 2.
1501 07 glass, glass 3.
1701 01 concrete construction and demolition wastes ** 4.
1701 02 Brick construction and demolition wastes ** 5.
1701 03 tiles, tiles and ceramics construction and demolition wastes ** 6.
1701 07 concrete, bricks, tiles, tile and ceramic mixture construction and demolition wastes ** 7.
1702 02 glass 8.
1705 04 soil and stones other than top soil as well as soil and stones from contaminated sites 9.
1912 05 glass 10.
2001 02 glass Only separately collected glass 11.
2002 02 soil and stones only from the garden and park waste, except topsoil and peat notes.
* Indicates under the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 November 2004, the Regulation No. 985 "rules on the classification and characteristics of the waste, which makes the waste hazardous '.
* Construction and demolition wastes with little other material impurities (such as metal, plastic, soil, organic matter, wood, rubber), if known to the waste site. Impurities content does not exceed 15% of the total waste volume.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 7 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006 regulations No 474 limits waste taken for disposal of inert waste landfills leaching tests i. limit values for Inert waste landfill sites for disposal of waste leaching tests limits calculated by the liquid (L) and solid (S) ratio (L/S, 2 l/kg and 10 l/kg for total volume) and directly expressed in mg/l for C0 (the first eluate of percolation test at L/S = 0,1).
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Component L/S = 2 l/kg, L/S = 10 l/kg for C0 (percolation test) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/l 1.
As (arsenic) 0.1 0.5 0.06 2.
BA (barium) 7 20 4 3.
CD (cadmium) 0.03 0.04 0.02 4.
Crkop (chromium) 0.2 0.5 0.1 5.
CU (copper) 0.9 0.6 2 6.
Hg (mercury) 0.003 0.01 0.002 7.
Mo (molybdenum) 0.3 0.5 0.2 8.
NI (nickel) 0.2 0.4 0.12 9.
PB (lead) 0.2 0.5 0.15 10.
SB (antimony) 0.02 0.06 0.1 11.
SE (selenium) 0.06 0.1 0.04 12.
Zn (zinc) 1.2 2 4 13.
CL-(hlorīdjon) 550 800 460 14.
F-(fluorīdjon) 2.5 4 10 15.
SO42-(sulfātjon) * 1000 * 1500 16.560
Phenol index 0.5 0.3 1 17.
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) * 240 500 160 18.
Total dissolved solids (TDS) * 2500 4000?
 The notes.
If the waste does not meet these thresholds, the sulphates considers appropriate acceptance criteria if leaching test does not exceed one of the following limits: 1500 mg/l as C0 if L/S = 0.1 l/kg and 6000 mg/kg if the L/S = 10 l/kg. Use the percolation test to determine the threshold, if L/S = 0.1 l/kg, in accordance with the original terms of the equilibrium, because the threshold is determined either by a set of sample leaching test, or with the percolation test under conditions close to the local balance.
** If waste pH value does not correspond to the concentration of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), you can also check if the L/S = 10 l/kg and up to 8.0 7.5 pH from. Waste can be considered as appropriate the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) acceptance criteria, if not exceed 500 mg/kg.
You can use the total dissolved solids (TDS) content as an alternative to sulfate and chloride concentrations.
II. Limit values for organic parameters for total no PO box
Component limit value mg/kg 1.
Total organic carbon (TOC) 30000 2.
Benzene, toluene, Ethylbenzene and xylene (BTEX) 6 3.
Polychlorinated biphenyls, including seven congeners (PCB) 1 4.
Mineral oil (C10-C40) 500 5.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)?
 Note the.
In relation to the regional soil environmental administration may allow a higher threshold, if dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 500 mg/kg limit value reached when L/S = 10 l/kg and have a pH of up to 7.5 or 8.0 natural soil pH.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis Annex 8 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 June 2006 regulations No 474 limits waste taken for disposal of hazardous waste landfills leaching tests i. limit values for hazardous waste hazardous waste landfills with granular hazardous waste leaching limit values the calculation checks the liquid (L) and solid (S) ratio (L/S, 2 l/kg and 10 l/kg for total volume) total outlet and directly expressed in mg/l for C0 (the first eluate of percolation test at L/S = 0.1 l/kg). For granulated waste all that is not monolithic.
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Parameter L/S = 2 l/kg, L/S = 10 l/kg for C0 (percolation test) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/kg (dry weight) mg/l 1.
As (arsenic) 6 25 3 2.
BA (barium) 100 300 60 3.
CD (cadmium) 1.7 3 5 4.
Crkop (chrome) 25 70 15 5.
CU (copper) 50 100 60 6.
Hg (mercury) 2 0.5 0.3 7.
Mo (molybdenum) 20 30 10 8.
NI (nickel) 20 40 12 9.
PB (lead) 25 50 15 10.
SB (antimony) 2 5 1 11.
SE (selenium) 4 7 3 12.
Zn (zinc) 90 200 60 13.

CL-(hlorīdjon) 17000 25000 15000 14.
F-(fluorīdjon) 200 500 120 15.
SO42-(sulfātjon) 25000 50000 17000 16.
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 480 1000 320 17.
Total dissolved solids (TDS) * 70000 100000?
 The notes.
If the pH value of the waste does not meet dissolved organic carbon (DOC) limit, you can check if the L/S = 10 l/kg and pH of up to 8.0 7.5. Waste is considered as appropriate the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) acceptance criteria, if not exceed 1000 mg/kg.
** You can use the total dissolved solids (TDS) limit values for sulphate and chloride as an alternative threshold.
II. Other criteria for the acceptance of waste at landfills for hazardous waste in addition to the leaching limit values check hazardous wastes must meet the following criteria: No PO box
Component threshold 1.
Weight loss in combustion process (LO) * 10% 2.
Total organic carbon (TOC) * 6% ** notes.
Be one of the indicators: LO or TOC.
** If the threshold is not reached, the competent authority may allow a higher threshold provided that dissolved organic carbon (DOC) 1000 mg/kg threshold reached when L/S = 10 l/kg, and the pH value of up to 7.5 or 8.0 is the same material as the pH.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis