Provisions For Sewage Sludge And Compost Use, Monitoring And Control

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par notekūdeņu dūņu un to komposta izmantošanu, monitoringu un kontroli

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 362 in Riga, 2 May 2006 (pr. No 25 32 §) rules on sewage sludge and compost use, monitoring and control, Issued in accordance with the law "on pollution" in article 11, the second paragraph of paragraph 11 i. General questions 1. determines the sewage sludge and compost use, monitoring and control. 2. Sewage sludge are colloidal sediment resulting from the processing of municipal, communal and industrial waste water treatment plants, as well as the sludge from septic tanks and other similar installations, waste water treatment. 3. Sewage sludge compost (compost) is the sewage sludge and various materials of plant origin (peat, leaf, straw, sawdust, and other pildmateriāl) breakdown products from the affected person an active aerobic microbiological activity. 4. Sewage sludge is broken down as follows: 4.1 treated sludge: sludge which have been the subject of at least one of the following treatments: 4.1.1 storage, also in liquid form, for at least 12 months (cold enzyme in capacity) without mixing and movement during storage;
4.1.2. the anaerobic decomposition of mezofil 35 ° C (± 3 ° C), minimum treatment duration in place — 21 24 h (± 5 nights);
4.1.3. in anaerobic termofil Division 55 ° C (± 5 ° C), the minimum duration of the processing, release 10 nights;
4.1.4. the aerobic stabilization termofil 55 ° C (± 5 ° C), the minimum duration of the processing, release 10 nights;
4.1.5. composting, during which at least three nights the temperature inside the heap, pile 50 cm from the surface, is not less than 60 ° C; 4.1.6. treatment with lime to pH 12 or more, not less than two hours after the temperature must be at least 55 ° C; 4.1.7. pasteurisation at least 70 ° C for 30 minutes;
4.1.8. the oven to 100 ° C temperature until the dry matter content of the sludge mass reaches at least 70%;
4.2. raw sludge: sludge which have not undergone one of these rule 4.1 referred treatments. II. Sewage sludge and compost quality determination 5. Sewage sludge and compost quality, ensure: 5.1 sewage-sludge producers — the legal or natural person who manages wastewater treatment plant, which processes have technological sewage sludge;
5.2. the compost producer — the legal or natural person who use sewage sludge compost. 6. quality of sewage sludge sewage sludge shall be determined for each series (gutter water sludge mass with uniform chemical composition, similar to the physical and other characteristics), creating a single average sample in accordance with the provisions of annex 1. 7. the quality of the Compost is determined for each sequence of the compost (compost, made from sewage sludge and herbal pildmateriāl and composting at the beginning does not exceed 1000 tonnes). Compost for determining the quality of the series consists of the average sample that combines at least 25 individual samples. 8. Laboratory accredited by the national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" under the Latvian national standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 for testing and calibration laboratories "General requirements", or another Member State of the European Union notified body under the Ministry of Economic Affairs published a notice in the newspaper "journal", and which used this provision in annex 2 mentioned methods, sewage sludge or compost series medium sample States: 8.1 — heavy metals cadmium (Cd) , chromium (Cr), copper (Cu), mercury (Hg), nickel (Ni), lead (Pb) and zinc (Zn), a mass concentration of dry matter;
8.2. dry matter content and agroķīmisko indicators, environmental response and organic matter, total nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) concentration of dry matter mass;
8.3. ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH4) mass concentration of dry matter, determined before the sewage sludge or compost in farming soils as fertiliser. If after sewage sludge or compost production series last more than 12 months, then before this series of dry matter and the use of ammonium nitrogen is determined. 9. If the sewage treatment plants do not exceed load 5000 human equivalent (CE) and the handle only domestic sewage, sewage sludge and sludge produced from compost mass concentration of heavy metals is not to be determined. 10. the manufacturer of sewage sludge and compost manufacturer on the basis of the resulting sewage sludge and compost quality indicators for each series of sewage sludge or compost series presented in the quality certificate in accordance with the provisions of annex 3 and 4 (quality certificate). 11. Sewage sludge and compost manufacturer shall issue a copy of the certificate of quality of sewage sludge and compost users — the legal or natural person, dealing with sewage sludge and compost, use, storage and disposal. 12. Sewage sludge and compost manufacturer: 12.1. record quality certificate for each series in a special log (annex 5);
12.2. sewage sludge and compost quality testing report and quality certificate to the originals, as well as log shall be kept for not less than 10 years. 13. Sewage sludge and compost breakdown classes defined in annex 6 of these rules. Fifth grade sewage sludge is considered hazardous waste. All transactions with the fifth grade sewage sludge is carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations on waste management. 14. Sewage sludge obtained in purification of domestic sewage, and only from those prepared for the compost class provides. Quality certificate of entry in the column "class": "municipal sewage sludge" or "municipal sewage sludge compost". III. the sewage sludge and compost use temporary storage site 15. If the sewage sludge or compost on the day of arrival, it is not possible to use for the intended purpose, it is placed at the temporary storage location of use. Drain water sludge or compost temporary storage sites, as well as cooking place the compost must not be: 15.1 closer than 150 metres from residential buildings and the food processing and food trading companies;
15.2. where it is prohibited under the legislation on protection zones;
15.3. specially protected natural territories, except the neutral zone, and mikroliegumo, as well as closer than 150 metres from their borders;
15.4. closer than 150 meters from water sampling sites;

closer than 100 m from 15.5. water body or watercourse of the shoreline;
15.6. floodable zones;
15.7. slopes that slope greater than 5 °. 16. Sewage sludge or compost is placed in intermediate storage and compost prepared specifically for this purpose and furnished in a stationary location to prevent sewage sludge and compost, as well as filter the water into the soil, surface water and ground water. Fixed a temporary storage site for waste water sludge or compost be stored no longer than three years. When sewage sludge is stored for longer than three years, doing it according to the regulations on the establishment of the waste a joke. 17. If the sewage sludge or compost is placed in intermediate storage or finished compost site, which does not comply with the provisions of paragraph 16 of the said requirements, the equipment in the following order: 17.1. choose a flat area where the underground water level in sewage sludge or compost or compost storage at the time of the preparation of at least one metre from the surface of the Earth;
17.2. before placement of sewage sludge or compost cooking site that meets this provision in paragraph 17.1. these requirements, create at least 30 cm thick carpet of sawdust, peat, straw, or other similar materials of plant origin. 18. Sewage sludge or compost or compost for temporary storage of cooking places which furnished pursuant to this provision, in paragraph 17, sewage sludge and compost be stored no longer than a year. 19. Sewage sludge or compost and the temporary storage of sewage sludge compost cooking site that arranged according to this provision, in paragraph 17, may be reused. If this place used at least two times, and their use discontinued, sewage sludge or compost the user of the area concerned to further the use of harmonized with national environment service regional environmental governance (hereinafter regional environmental administration), in view of the heavy metal content of the soil. 20. A temporary storage location that corresponds to this provision only 17.1. the requirements set out in paragraph below, treated sewage sludge that dry matter content placement point is not less than 25%, or compost may be stored for no longer than a month. A temporary storage location for this purpose be used only one time. 21. Sewage sludge or compost temporary storage places inadmissible sewage sludge and compost, as well as the storage area in adjacent five metres wide band of overgrowth with weeds. IV. Sewage sludge and compost for fertilizer use soils agricultural land 22. before sewage sludge or compost incorporation of agricultural lands sewage sludge producers or the user ensure that the laboratory accredited by the national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" under the Latvian national standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 for testing and calibration laboratories "General requirements", or another Member State of the European Union institutions, for which the Ministry of the economy published a notice in the newspaper "journal", and which used this provision in annex 7 method , the topsoil layer average sample determine the following: 22.1. heavy metal — cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), copper (Cu), mercury (Hg), nickel (Ni), lead (Pb) and zinc (Zn): mass concentration;
22.2. the environmental reaction pH KCl. 23. Topsoil layer average look GUI consists of mixing no less than 25 individual samples shall be taken from areas that do not exceed 5 ha. Individual soil samples are taken from the trūdviel horizon in the upper 25 cm thick layer. If the trūdviel horizon is thinner, individual samples throughout its thickness, but not shallow about 10 cm. Simultaneously with the sampling find topsoil layer grain size distribution group. 24. mass concentration of heavy metals in the soil is determined before the first and fifth before each wastewater and compost into the same area. 25. If the soil as fertiliser use sewage sludge from the treatment plants referred to in paragraph 9 of these regulations, the mass concentration of heavy metals in soil does not need to be determined. 26. mass concentration of heavy metals in soil or sewage sludge compost before integration must not exceed 8. these provisions mentioned in the annex of the concentration limits. 27. Soil pH KCl environmental response for clearance of the indicator can also be used in recent research of soil agroķīmisk materials, provided they are not older than five years. 28. Sewage sludge or compost must not be incorporated into the soil where the pH of the reaction of the KCl in the top layer is less than 5.29. Agricultural land soil fertilizer may be used for treated sewage sludge as well as compost, made from treated or untreated sewage sludge and having a dry matter mass of the heavy metal concentrations do not exceed the provisions mentioned in the annex 9 of the maintenance. Soil fertilizer may be used for sewage sludge and compost, even if no more than three of the mass concentration of heavy metals in excess of the maintenance of the concentration of no more than 10%. 30. Heavy metals, ammonia nitrogen and total phosphorus annual emission limit is the maximum mass of the substance that may be incorporated into the annual average in one hectare of soil by sewage sludge or compost. Years of heavy metals emission limit values laid down in annex 10 of these rules, but the total ammoniacal nitrogen and phosphorus emission limit values for the year — this provision in annex 11. 31. The soil at one time with sewage sludge or compost may be integrated into the heavy metal (fixed for each heavy metal separately), ammoniacal nitrogen and total phosphorus mass not exceeding five year emission limit values. 32. At the same time incorporate maximum permissible sludge or compost dry matter intake calculation pursuant to this rule 10 and defined in annex 11. annual emission limit values and the rules referred to in paragraph 31. The soil is allowed to embed the smaller of the calculated or composting of sewage sludge doses. 33. If the sewage sludge or compost producer and user of this fertilizer agree on sewage sludge or compost soil fertiliser use, they present the written assurances on the composting of sewage sludge or use (hereinafter referred to as the Declaration), based on the following documents: 33.1. sewage sludge or compost quality certificate series;

33.2. area studies of soils containing this provision 22, paragraph indicators;
33.3. the cartographic material (scale of 1:10,000 or 1:5000) with highlighted areas where you intend to embed sewage sludge or compost. 34. If the sewage sludge or compost worked into the area repeatedly, receipt only to sewage sludge or compost series a copy of the certificate of quality. 35. The acknowledgement shall state: 21.8. sewage sludge or compost;
35.2. into the area;
35.3. maximum permissible into solids and natural moist sewage sludge or compost dose;
35.4. breeding of agricultural crops in the first year after sewage sludge or compost incorporation. 36. Each receipt of sewage sludge or compost manufacturer number and recorded in a special register (annex 5). Log is maintained and kept in a sewage sludge or compost manufacturer. The original receipt and log after it is completed, the stores no less than 10 years. 37. Sewage sludge or compost manufacturer prior to sewage sludge or compost incorporated into the calculation of the maximum permissible naturally moist sewage sludge or compost and notify them of sewage sludge or compost. 38. after spreading of sewage sludge on soil field in three days. Sewage sludge is not dissipated during the period from 15 December until March 1. 39. Sewage sludge and compost may not distribute and incorporate: 24.3. slopes, where the slope is greater than 7 °;
24.4. on frozen or snow-covered soil;
39.3. applūstoš and flood endangered areas;
24.5. closer than 100 m from individual water sampling sites;
closer than 100 m from 39.5. residential buildings, food processing and food trading companies;
24.6. closer than 50 m from a water body or watercourse of the shoreline;
24.7. in areas where it is prohibited under the laws of protection zones. 40. If the agricultural areas are located in specially protected natural areas, sewage sludge and compost use in line with the regional environmental governance. 41. Sewage sludge and compost must not be used: 25.5. vegetable and Berry production areas covered;
41.2. potato, vegetables and Berry growing in an open field, which is less than 0.10 ha;
41.3. about virsmēslojum and line of fertilizer during the growing food and feed crops;
25.7. virsmēslojum use of pasture for the year, unless renewed, soil pārar like verdure, and sewage sludge and compost soil. 42. The period between sewage sludge and compost into the soil and agricultural crops harvesting must not be less than: 42.1.10 months, in an open field cultivation of fruit and berries, as well as a root crop, potatoes and vegetables that is in direct contact with the soil;
26.2. three months, raising the other agricultural crops except multiannual lawns used for mowing or grazing. 43. in the area of perennial grass used for mowing or grazing, sewage sludge or compost dissipates after the last wall collection or grazing of vegetation. V. sewage sludge and compost use in forestry 44. Soil improvers and fertilizers in forestry used only for processed sewage sludge and compost. 45. Each sewage sludge and compost quality article series order for the dry matter content and mass concentration of heavy metals according to annex 2 of these rules. 46. Forestry in the use of treated sewage sludge and compost, which in the dry mass of the heavy metal concentrations do not exceed the provisions mentioned in the annex 9 of the concentration limits. 47. The plantation forests allowed in treated sludge and compost, but the least fertile, sandy soils of the forests and degraded forest burning for afforestation only compost. 48. using sewage sludge or compost in forestry: 29.9. sewage sludge and compost worked into the soil;
48.2. not allowed the use of sewage sludge virsmēslošan. 49. The soil at one time with sewage sludge or compost may be integrated into the heavy metal (fixed for each heavy metal separately) mass not exceeding five year emission limit values. 50. Soil survey before sewage sludge or compost incorporation is not required. 51. If the sewage sludge or compost producer and user of this fertilizer agree on sewage sludge or compost soil fertilizer for use in forestry, they presented a written declaration, based on the following documents: 51.1. sewage sludge or compost series-quality copy of the certificate;
51.2. cartographic material (scale of 1:10,000 or 1:5000) with highlighted areas where you intend to embed sewage sludge or compost. 52. Where the area to fertilize with sewage sludge or compost, located in specially protected natural territories, in respect of the provisions referred to in paragraph 40. 53. The acknowledgement shall state: 53.1. sewage sludge or compost use;
53.2. sewage sludge or compost;
53.3. into the area;
53.4. maximum permissible into solids and natural moist sewage sludge or compost. 54. Sewage sludge or compost manufacturer prior to sewage sludge or compost incorporation shall incorporate the maximum permissible naturally moist sewage sludge and compost, a dose calculation and notify the user of this fertilizer. 55. Every certificate manufacturer or sewage sludge compost manufacturer number and recorded in a specific journal, which is maintained and stored in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 36. Vi. Sewage sludge and compost use areas for greening Greening is 56. decorative or special meaning perennial lawn, trees, shrubs and flowers in plantings installation. 57. in the area of greening: 57.1. be used in sewage sludge and compost, that heavy metal concentrations in the dry matter not exceeding the second class in the appropriate indicators;
57.2. may use one year stored in sewage sludge with a dry matter content of at least 25% and without unpleasant odours. 58. If sewage sludge or compost used for landscaping of the territory: 58.1. with sewage sludge compost in soil or incorporated heavy metal year emission limit values referred to in this provision in annex 10 may be increased up to 50%;

58.2. one time with sewage sludge or compost in the soil may incorporate only the heavy metal mass not exceeding seven years of emission limit values. 59. Sewage sludge used for greening the territory incorporated into the soil within 24 hours of spreading. 60. If the sewage sludge or compost producer and user of this fertilizer agree on sewage sludge or compost use for landscaping, they presented a written declaration, based on the following documents: 60.1. sewage sludge or compost quality certificate copy series;
60.2. the areas cartographic material (scale of 1:500 or 1:1000) to highlight areas where you intend to embed sewage sludge or compost. 61. The acknowledgement shall state: 61.1. sewage sludge or compost;
61.2. into the area;
38.1. the maximum permissible into solids and natural moist sewage sludge or compost. 62. Every certificate manufacturer or sewage sludge compost manufacturer number and recorded in a specific journal, which maintain and keep this provision in paragraph 36. 63. Sewage sludge or compost manufacturer prior to sewage sludge or compost incorporated into the calculation of the maximum permissible naturally moist sewage sludge or compost and notify them of this fertilizer. VII. Sewage sludge and compost use degraded areas to 64. conditioning degraded areas are areas with ruined soils cover the incurred acquiring the clay, sand, gravel and other minerals with valid open technique (quarries), making the earth work in construction, as well as other work related to soils cover the devastation. 65. kultūrtehnisk Conditioning is melioratīv, and agronomic measures to restore degraded soils of the area. 66. conditioning of areas Degraded allowed to use treated sewage sludge or compost that heavy metal by mass in the dry matter not exceeding 9. these provisions mentioned in the annex of the concentration limits. 67. the area Degraded before the operator or of sewage sludge compost application determined for the area concerned by the following indicators: 67.1. bottom top 25 cm thick layer of grain size distribution group;
67.2. bottom environmental reaction pH KCl. 68. Sewage sludge or compost area degraded for conditioning must not be used if: 68.1. bottom top layer response rate is less than 5.0 pH KCl;
68.2. rekultivējam the area permanently or temporarily flooded. 69. the Degraded area of conditioning may be used for sewage sludge or compost dry dose not exceeding 12. these provisions mentioned in the annex to the dose limits. 70. If the turf career developed before the sewage sludge or compost incorporation is still remembered at least 5 cm thick peat layer, then, to these areas: 70.1 rekultivēj. environmental reaction pH KCl alone determines the remaining peat layer and below it the minerālgrunt State;
70.2. grain size distribution is determined by the minerālgrunt group. 71. Sewage sludge and compost degraded areas using specific conditioning area specially designed for conditioning of the project, in addition to other indicators provide information on: the area degraded 71.1. the bottom of the top layer of the grain size distribution and the composition of the environmental response;
71.2. degraded areas hydrogeological studies (lithological characteristics of bottom aeration zone and water layer in the noturoš, groundwater flow, groundwater consumers 0.5 km radius). 72. If the sewage sludge or compost producer and degraded area of the operator agree on sewage sludge or compost use degraded areas, they take the conditioning writing based on the conditioning of the territory and the quality of sewage sludge compost on the quality of the certificate or a copy of the certificate. 73. The acknowledgement shall state: 73.1. sewage sludge or compost;
73.2. incorporate the area;
73.3. maximum permissible into solids and natural moist sewage sludge or compost. 74. Sewage sludge or compost manufacturer prior to sewage sludge or compost incorporated into the calculation of the maximum permissible naturally moist sewage sludge or compost dose and reported it degraded area of the operator. 75. Each receipt of sewage sludge or compost manufacturer number and recorded in a specific journal (annex 5), which is maintained and stored in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 36. VIII. processed sewage sludge and compost and waste water disposal in landfills and dumps 76. Processed sewage sludge corresponding to the municipal landfill waste acceptance criteria may be waste to be disposed of in municipal waste landfill mass in accordance with the laws and regulations on waste management, if the treated water gutter sludge dry matter content of not less than 15%. 77. the processed sewage sludge and compost, which comply with the hazardous waste landfill waste acceptance criteria, as well as the fifth and sewage sludge compost class may be waste to be disposed of in hazardous waste landfill mass in accordance with the laws and regulations on waste management. 78. Sewage sludge (except fifth grade sewage sludge) may use compost and landfill dumps conditioning (covering) of the waste landfill or dump, total or partial closure in accordance with the laws and regulations on waste management, if the compost quality indicators correspond to the first, second, third, or fourth class. IX. Sewage sludge and compost use environmental monitoring 79. Environment, geology and Meteorology Agency, sewage sludge and compost use environmental monitoring carried out in the agricultural areas under national environmental monitoring programme. X. sewage sludge mass produced, quality and use of records 80. manufacturer of sewage sludge sewage sludge accounts for each series, and the use of mass quality and relevant data records in a dedicated log in accordance with the provisions of annex 13 and 14. 81. Log equipment separate sheets that record data: 81.1. for each reporting annual series of sludge sewage sludge mass, quality and use (annex 13);

81.2. in previous years the use of sewage sludge produced (disposal) in the reference year (annex 14). 82. the log is kept for not less than 10 years. 83. the sewage-sludge producers according to the log data record shall prepare and submit the regional environmental administration summary: 83.1. for reference year gutter water sludge produced mass quality and use or disposal;
51.7. for processed and unprocessed sewage sludge dry mass at the end of the year, as well as the treatment of sewage sludge;
83.3. for the reporting year produced in the fifth grade of the dry mass of sewage sludge;
83.4. in previous years, but not produced or used in the drainage water disposed sludge mass use or disposal in the reporting year, as well as their balance at the end of the year. 84. regional environmental management prepares this rule 83, paragraph a summary of the data and submit the Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency in the collection of information. XI. Monitoring and control 85. Sewage sludge and compost, use, storage, disposal and monitoring, supervision and control of compliance with environmental protection requirements in the field of environmental public service. XII. concluding issues 86. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 august 2002 Regulation No 365 "regulations on sewage sludge and compost utilization, monitoring and control" (Latvian journal, 2002, 119 no). 87. The entry into force of the provisions by 1 November 2006. Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 average samples of sewage sludge treatment plant building no PO box sewage treatment plant capacity (human equivalent) average annual number of samples in the sample Average building period (in months) of the individual sampling frequency number of samples Tested annually for determination of heavy metals in the environment agroķ-determination of dry matter content discovery ** 1. < 2000 1 12 2 times a month 1 *** 1 12 2 1 2 2.2001-5000 times per month 1 *** 2 6 3 1 4 3.-10000 5001 times per month 3 4 1 2 1 6 4 10001-50000. once a week, 3 2 12 5 4 3 50001-100000 time. three days 4 3 24 6. > 100000 12 1 12 4 52 notes every day. 1. in the last two years in all sewage sludge in a separate series of heavy metal concentration is not exceeded to the first class of the corresponding indicators, test to determine these metals may be performed two times less frequently, but not less than once a year. 2. Dry matter content is determined by the individual samples immediately after collection. 3. If the treatment plant processes only domestic sewage, heavy metals concentration in mass does not need to be determined.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 2 Cabinet 2 May 2006 the Regulation No. 362 of sewage sludge and compost in the sample average of identifiable series quality indicators and test methods table 1 no PO box heavy metals methods for sample preparation for testing 1. cadmium (Cd) EN ISO 11466:1995 EN ISO 11047:2003 2. Chromium (Cr) EN ISO 11466:1995 EN ISO 11047:2003 3. Copper (Cu) EN ISO 11466:1995 EN ISO 11047:2003 4. Mercury (Hg) EN 346:2005 EN 346:2005 5. Nickel (Ni) EN ISO 11466:1995 EN ISO 11047:2003

6. lead (Pb) EN ISO 11466:1995 EN ISO 11047:2003 7. Zinc (Zn) EN ISO 11466:1995 EN ISO 11047:2003 note. You can also use other methods of atomabsorbcij spectrophotometry where the detection limit of the method of characteristics is not greater than 1 mg/kg-Cd, 12 mg/kg-Hr, 5 mg/kg-Cu-Ni, 12 mg/kg, 15 mg/kg, Pb, Hg and 0.2 mg/kg 10 mg/kg Zn. table 2 – no PO box agrochemical characteristics testing methods 1. environmental response (pHKCl) EN ISO 10390:2002 2. Organic matter content (%)
EN ISO 10694:1995 3. Nitrogen (N) dry matter (g/kg) EN ISO 11261:2002 4. Ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH4) dry matter (g/kg), KCl extraction ISO/TS 14256-1:2003 ISO 14256-2:2005 (E) 5. Phosphorus (P) dry matter (g/kg): 2002 EN 398 GES 14672:2005 6. Dry matter (%)
EN ISO 11465:1993 EN EN 12880 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 sewage sludge and compost it dividing into classes no class * PO box heavy metal concentration of dry matter weight (mg/kg) Cd
CR Cu Hg Ni Pb Zn 1.2500 I note. * If the top class of no more than 30% higher than just one heavy metal mass concentration, this sewage sludge compost and the upper class.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 7 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 topsoil layer average indicators and detectable in the sample testing methods for agricultural areas no PO box scores methods for sample preparation for testing 1. cadmium (Cd) EN ISO 11466 EN ISO 11047 2. Chromium (Cr) EN ISO 11466 EN ISO 11047 3. Copper (Cu) EN ISO 11466 EN ISO 11047 4. Mercury (Hg) LVS EN 346 of 346 5. Nickel (Ni) EN ISO 11466 EN ISO 11047 6. lead (Pb)
EN ISO 11466 EN ISO 11047 7. Zinc (Zn) EN ISO 11466 EN ISO 11047 8. Reaction (pH KCl) – EN ISO 10390 note. May also use other atomabsorbcij spectrophotometry of methods methods detection limit indicators are not higher than 0.10 mg/kg, mg/kg Cd, 1.0-1.5 mg/kg, Cr, Cu, Hg, 0.10 mg/kg mg/kg-2.0 3.5 mg/kg, Ni, Pb and Zn. 5.0 mg/kg – Minister of environment r. vējonis Annex 8 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 mass concentration of heavy metals limit in the top layer of soil sewage sludge and compost into it (mg/kg), no Metal in 5-6 p.k. pHKCl
pHKCl 6.1-7 pHKCl > 7 sand, sandy loam, clay loam, loamy sand clay sandy loam, sandy loam, loamy sand, clay 1.40 50 60 70 80 90 3 Cd Cr Cu 0.50 0.60 0.60 0.70 0.80 0.90.2.15 25 35 50 55 70 4.5 15 25 35 50 60 70 6. Hg Ni Pb 0.10 0.20 0.25 0.35 0.40 0.50 20 25 25 30 35 40 7. Zn 50 65 70 80 90 100 Environment Minister r. vējonis Minister 9. the study of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 mass concentrations of heavy metals in soil and fertilizer limit for conditioning or disposal in landfills and municipal waste landfills and for sewage sludge compost in it no PO box heavy metals concentration of dry matter Weight (mg/kg) 1. cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) 10 2.600 3. Copper (Cu) 800 4. Mercury (Hg) nickel (Ni) 10 5 200 6. lead (Pb) 500


7. Zinc (Zn) 2500 Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 10 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 heavy metal emission limit values of the year agricultural soils no PO box heavy metals on average five year period (g/ha per year) loamy sand, sandy loam, clay 1. cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) 30 35 2.600 700 3. Copper (Cu) 1000 1200 4. Mercury (Hg) nickel (Ni) 8 10 5 250 300 6. lead (Pb), zinc (Zn) 300 350 7.5000 6000 Environment Minister r. vējonis 11. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 With sewage sludge or compost for agricultural soils in the area incorporated into the annual nitrogen and phosphorus emission limit values 1. ammonium nitrogen (N-NH4) annual emission limit value – 30 kg/ha.
2. total phosphorus (P), the emission limit value of the year – 40 kg/ha. Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 12. Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 sewage sludge compost and dry matter intake limit for conditioning of areas degraded (t/ha) no p.k. sludge class gravel, sand, sandy loam, clay Loam (I) 1 250 350 2. II III IV 140 200 3.60 90 90 130 4. Minister of environment r. vējonis annex 13 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 reporting year sewage sludge produced in serial No. ___ ___ mass , quality and use (disposal, placement) 1. Sewage sludge accumulation period series: 1.1 1.2. start date end date 2. Sewage sludge mass. table 1 no PO box naturally damp (t) naturally damp mud the average dry matter content (%)
Dry matter (t) 1 2 3 4 3. Sewage sludge quality. 2. table no PO box scores and measure indicators in the dry mass of the test Sample, the laboratory sample testing methodology testing Sample report number sample test report 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 the date of issue. Reaction (pH KCl) 2. Organic matter, 3. Nitrogen (N) g/kg 4. Phosphorus (P) mg/kg 5. cadmium (Cd), mg/kg 6. Chromium (Cr), mg/kg copper (Cu) 7. mg/kg 8. Mercury (Hg), mg/kg 9. Nickel (Ni), mg/kg 10. lead (Pb), mg/kg zinc (Zn) 11 mg/kg 4. The use of sewage sludge (disposal). table 3 no way to use BC Used sludge mass (t) sewage sludge (maker) naturally moist dry the natural or legal person address 1 soil as fertiliser in agriculture. 2. Forestry 3. waste dumps and degraded area of conditioning, landscaping 4. Buried in landfills, and landfills to Composting 5.7.6. other sewage-sludge producers located in the temporary storage environment Minister r. vējonis annex 14. Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 362 produced in previous years the use of sewage sludge (disposal) in the reference year no PO box use
Serial number series used the accrual period (buried) sludge mass (t) sewage sludge (maker) naturally moist dry the natural or legal person address 1 soil as fertiliser in agriculture. 2. Forestry 3. waste dumps and degraded area of conditioning, landscaping 4. Buried in dumps and landfills fell mu 5. Composting 6. Others 7. sewage-sludge producers located in the temporary storage environment Minister r. vējonis