Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 12 March 2002, The Regulation No 118 ' Rules On Surface And Groundwater Quality "
Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2002.gada 12.marta noteikumos Nr.118 "Noteikumi par virszemes un pazemes ūdeņu kvalitāti"
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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 752, Riga 2005 October 4 (pr. No 56 28) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 12 March 2002, the Regulation No 118 ' rules on surface and groundwater quality "Issued in accordance with the law" on pollution "in article 12, the second subparagraph and the law" on environmental protection "article 18, second subparagraph to make Cabinet of 12 March 2002, the Regulation No 118 ' rules on surface and groundwater quality" (Latvian journal, 2002, 50, 143 no) the following amendments : 1. Replace the text of the provisions: 1.1., the words "the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry" (fold) with the words "Ministry of environment" (fold); 1.2. the words "Latvian Environment Agency" (fold) with the words "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency" (fold); 1.3. the words "regional environmental governance" (fold) with the words "national environment service regional environmental governance" (fold). 2. Make the following chapter VI: "VI. Water quality regulations ground water 25. This provision is laid down in annex 9 of the water quality standards apply to groundwater horizon and their complexes that water without treatment is used for drinking water and with the average water volume of more than 10 m3 a day as well as the underground water and the horizon of water complex without processing for use as drinking water. If the chloride, sulphate, electrical conductivity, iron or permanganate index quality regulations has exceeded natural processes, not permissible direct or indirect emission or other activities that might lead to the parameter value increases in a given water horizon or complex. 26. This provision 10. table 1 of the annex set water quality standards apply to groundwater assessment of the rules, with the exception of this paragraph 25 referred to in the ground water horizons and complexes. If the results of the evaluation show that: 26.1. pollution level has reached or exceeds (B) the limit values, the area concerned shall take measures to prevent further pollution of ground water; 26.2. the pollution level has reached or exceeds the limit value, C in the area of restoration carried out in accordance with the law "on pollution". 26.1 If contaminated sites that have been registered according to the legislation on contaminated and potentially contaminated site identification and registration requirements laid down, the ground water under the bailout program is impossible to clean up to 10 of these rules in table 1 of Annex B laid down the limit values, it is at least enough to purify ground water complies with this provision of the annex 2 table 10 requirements. " 3. Make the following introductory paragraph 41: "41. If the results of the monitoring or other data indicate that the given ūdensobjekt is exceeded water quality standards or limit values fixed for the ūdensobjekt environmental quality objectives will not be achieved within the time scheduled, Ministry of the environment asked the environmental protection bodies: ". 4. Express 45 as follows: "45. To inform the Commission of the European Union: 45.1. Environment, geology and Meteorology Agency: 45.1.1. at least every four years, the report on amendments to these rules 1 and 2 in the annex; 45.1.2. report on priority setting and fish the waters of the amendments; 45.1.3. inform about that rule 13, 24 and 42 in application of the requirements and the action taken; 45.1.4. every three years, a report on surface and ground water protection and enforcement of these rules. Report on surface and ground water protection sends nine months after the end of the calendar year concerned; 45.1.5. during the six months following that rule 43, paragraph publishing action programmes provide information about them and every two years to 30 June sends the updated information; 45.1.6. six months after the receipt of the request, provide information on the results of the monitoring carried out pursuant to this provision the requirements laid down in Chapter VII; 45.1.7. provide information on surface and groundwater monitoring methods; 45.2. The Ministry of health: 45.2.1. annual report on the amendment of the water and on water quality. Report on the quality of bathing water is dispatched before the end of the calendar year concerned; 45.2.2. inform about 18 of these rules the application of these provisions and appropriate measures taken. " 5. To replace the words "in paragraph 47 of the environmental impact assessment State Bureau" with the words "environmental monitoring national Office." 6. Make the informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 16 June 1975 Directive 75/440/EEC on the quality required of surface water intended for the abstraction of drinking water in the Member States; 2) Council of 8 December 1975 Directive 76/160/EEC on bathing water quality; 3) Council of 4 May 1976 Directive 76/464/EEC on pollution caused by certain dangerous substances discharged into the aquatic environment of the community; 4) Council of 18 July 1978, Directive 78/659/EEC on the quality of fresh waters needing protection or improvement in order to support fish life; 5) Council of 9 October 1979, Directive 79/869/EEC of surface water intended for the abstraction of drinking water in the methods of measurement and frequencies of sampling and analysis of the Member States; 6) Council of 12 June 1986 Directive 86/280/EEC on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of certain dangerous substances included in list I of the annex to Directive 76/464/EEC; 7) the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000, Directive 2000/60/EC establishing a Community action in the field of water policy; 8) Council of 23 December 1991 Directive 91/692/EEC standardising and rationalising reports on the implementation of certain directives relating to the environment, 9) of the Council of 16 June 1988 Directive 88/347/EEC amending Annex II to Directive 86/280/EEC on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of certain dangerous substances included in list I of the annex to Directive 76/464/EEC; 10) Council of 27 July 1990 directive 90/415/EEC amending Annex II to Directive 86/280/EEC on limit values and quality objectives for discharges of certain dangerous substances included in list I of the annex to Directive 76/464/EEC. " 7. To express 3. first note as follows: "(1) concentrations exceeding these limit values do not conflict with the requirements of this regulation, if it is not characteristic of hydrological or meteorological conditions, low water temperature or slow or if State environmental oxygen service regional environmental governance has received the Latvian fish resources in the opinion of the agency that the concentration of such harmful affects fish populations." 8. Replace annex 3 eighth notes in point 1 the words "Fisheries Research Institute" with the words "fisheries resources" of the Agency. 9. To supplement the provisions of annex 10 as follows: "annex 10 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 12 March 2002, the Regulation No 118 water quality regulations for the underground water and the assessment of the requirements for the treatment of contaminated groundwater areas i. water quality regulations the underground water table 1 assessment of no PO box parameter Measured unit Target size thresholds 1. A B C chemical oxygen demand (COD) in mg O2/l 40 150 300 2. Total nitrogen (Nkop)
mg/l 3 15 50 3. Weighing surface active agents (SVAV) µ g/l — 20 200 4. Phenol index 0.5 µ g/l 15 50 5. Total petroleum products — 200 1000 6 µ g/l. Monoaromātisk hydrocarbons (BTEX) (amount) µ g/l — 10 200 7.0.2 µ g/l benzene. 1 5 8 µ g/l Ethylbenzene 20 60 9.0.5 µ g/l toluene 0.5 to 15 50 10. µ g/l Xylenes 0.5 20 60 11. Zinc (Zn) µ g/l 50 200 800 12. Copper (Cu) µ g/ l 20 50 200 13. lead (Pb) µ g/l 20 50 200 14. cadmium (Cd) µ g/l 1.0 2.5 10 15. Mercury (Hg) 0.2 0.5 µ g/l chromium (Cr) 2 16. µ g/l 20 50 200 17. Cobalt (Co) µ g/l 20 50 200 18. Nickel (Ni) µ g/l 20 50 200 19. Arsenic (As) µ g/l 10 30 100 20. Molybdenum (Mo) µ g/l 5 20 100 21. Tin (Sn) µ g/l 10 30 150 22. Barium (Ba) µ g/ l 50 100 500 notes. 1. A target value. 2. (A) to (B) — poor water contaminated or poor water quality naturally. 3. B to C-contaminated water. 4. C-strong border water pollution (critical limits). II. requirements for the treatment of contaminated groundwater areas table 2 no PO box parameter minimum pollution reduction (%)
1. Summary of the pollution parameters: 1. characterize biological oxygen demand (Bod5) 70-90 1.2. chemical oxygen demand (COD) 75 1.3. total nitrogen (Nkop) 80 1.4. total phosphorus (Pkop) 70-80 1.5. the mass of surface active agents (SVAV) 80 2. Specific contaminants 60-70 ' Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis
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