Environmental Requirements For The Management Of Small Boilers

Original Language Title: Vides prasības mazo katlumāju apsaimniekošanai

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1015 Riga 2004 December 14 (Mon. No 72 26) environmental requirements for the management of small boilers are Issued in accordance with the law "on pollution" in the second paragraph of article 24.2 i. General questions 1. provisions shall be set out in specific environmental requirements for polluting activities-small boilers (incineration plants) management. 2. the rules apply to polluting activities of category C — small boilers, which entered the management of heat capacity: up to 5 megawatts from 0.2 2.1 if the small boilers using gaseous fuels or biomass;
from 0.2 to 0.5 2.2 megawatts, if small boilers using liquid fuel, except fuel oil (heating oil). 3. If an operator firing into the territory of the other pollutant activities carried out according to the law "on pollution" or Annex 1. The Cabinet of Ministers of 9 July 2002, rule no. 294 "procedures of piesakām A, B, and C categories of activities and pollutants in question permits A and B category contaminating activities" 1. in the annex, the operator needs to get the authorization of the relevant category, and if the requirements laid down in these rules are minimum requirements to be taken into account in addition to the other requirements set out in the permit. II. Requirements for the limitation and control of contamination 4. Fuel and other raw materials are stored in such a way as to prevent air, water or soil pollution. 5. Surface tanks that stored liquid fuel placed in watertight apvaļņojumo, with a capacity of at least 10% of the tank capacity. 6. Emissions from small boilers do not exceed the environmental protection laws regulating the emission limit values for air pollutant emissions from stationary sources of pollution. The operator shall ensure compliance with the process for small boilers, preventing zalvjveid a dump. 7. Emissions from small boilers may be cause and spread the smell that exceed environmental laws regulating specific target odours. 8. Small boilers's impact on air quality model using ADM or other computer programs to Screen computer program in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers April 22, 2003 regulations no 200 "rules on stationary sources of pollution emission limit project development". Operator of regional environmental administration (Administration) shall provide calculations made using the licensed software, or calculations required information according to the provisions of annex 1 and 2 to the calculations to perform. The operator uses this annex 2 rules of annual emissions in the calculation of the amount to be included in category C of the polluting activities Declaration, on the basis of which is calculated in the natural resources tax. 9. the pollutant dispersion calculations take into account the impact of the action area, pollutant-specific meteorological conditions. If you use the Screen computer program ADM meteorological conditions at the appropriate location in small boilers in accordance with the provisions of annex 3. 10. when a simulating small boilers, the impact on air quality, air quality regulations identified above, also take account of air pollutant concentration in the background of the area in question. 11. Small boilers in .1 height must be such as to ensure compliance with the air quality regulations. .1 the required height is determined by using the rules referred to in point 8. 12. Residential and public buildings in small boilers in the height of the extra .1 this rule in paragraph 11 of the said conditions must also comply with the Cabinet of Ministers on 23 September 2003, regulations No. 534 "rules for the Latvian et seq of the LBN 231-03" residential and public buildings, heating and ventilation ". 13. Small boilers, boiler flushing of condensate water and water softening filter regeneration waste water is collected and discharged into the wastewater collection system. These are prohibited in waste water discharged to the environment untreated or draining off rainwater collection system. 14. Waste water resulting from the small boilers, district under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 January 2002, the Regulation No. 34 "regulations on the emission of pollutants in the water." 15. Small boilers in the noise level must not exceed the stipulated regulations, regulations of noise. If small boilers is located not further than 100 m from residential buildings, fans and pumps placed inside small boilers or be fitted with a noise canceling shell, acoustical or carrying out other measures to ensure that there will be legislation exceeded the prescribed noise regulations. Actions that generate substantial noise outside the small boilers (solid fuel unloading well), shall not be made from 23.00 until 07.00 o'clock. 16. Ash, cinders, and other solid or liquid waste may not be permanently stored in small boilers. Temporarily waste in small boilers firing area stored in such a way as not to air, water or soil pollution. If the operator does not even manage the waste, it shall refer the trader who made waste management. The ash resulting from the combustion of biomass, may be used in agriculture. 17. to prevent soot accumulation in the funnel of the small boilers, the operator it clean. Soot izdedzināšan flame is prohibited. III. by the Operator, monitoring and control of the facility Operator 18 accounting journal (paper or electronic) and by the State environment inspectorate presented the request. The information contained in the accounting log operator kept for at least five years. If the record is performed electronically, printed every six months in the accounting data contained in the journal. 19. Journal of accounting including the following data: 19.1. fuel consumption (t or m3);
19.2. wastewater quantity (m3) by rinsing the boiler and filter regeneration or recovery in a single flush;
19.3. the quantity of waste management or by an operator passed the waste management company (t);
19.4. air treatment plant annual maintenance and repair work carried out to date;
19.5. .1 date and clean up the installer. 20. the hazardous waste inventory in a separate journal, under the Cabinet of Ministers on 23 July 2002, the Regulation No. 319 "hazardous waste tracking, identification, storage, packaging, labelling and transportation accounting procedures". 21. If the operator did not manage the waste and waste water, the operator is not treated by the State environment inspectorate request the following presentation: 21.1 contracts for waste collection;
21.2. for waste water treatment. 22. the observance of the provisions of the control of the State environment inspectorate. IV. Closing questions 23. Operator within six months from the date of entry into force of the provisions of these rules shall be submitted by the Administration referred to in paragraph 8 the air quality modeling calculations or relevant information. Administration of the calculation of the month or the date of receipt of that information to assess the impact of a small burning on air quality and inform the operator and, if found not to conform, recommends small boilers .1 required for height. 24. If the small boilers put into operation of these regulations until the date of entry into force and do not meet the requirements of this regulation, the operator of six months from the rule referred to in paragraph 8 the air quality modeling calculation or the date of submission of the information presented in the management plan, to ensure the consistency of this small boilers regulation. If, in accordance with the action plan for the small boilers requires reconstruction, it must be made not later than five years after the date of entry into force of the provisions. 25. the Administration month after the rules referred to in paragraph 24 of the plan receive a decision on its approval and shall inform in writing the small boilers operator. If the plan does not provide this provision requirements, the Board shall adopt a reasoned decision to refuse approval of the plan. 26. This provision of the decision referred to in paragraph 25 of the month can be a challenge for environmental monitoring national Office. Environmental monitoring national Office can appeal the decision in court. 27. the regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2005. Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 14 December 2004, Regulation No 1015 of the necessary inputs for the air quality modelling using ADM Screen software 1. Data on the emission source (chimney): 1.1. emissions from the source height (m) of the Earth;
1.2. emissions source internal diameter (m);
1.3. the emission temperature (° C).
2. the exhaust parameters — specify one of the following characteristics: 2.1 the volumetric flow rate (m3/s);
2.2. the emission rate (m/s).
3. Data on the emissions of the pollutants (g/s). Specifies the contaminants for which this provision in annex 2 emission factors according to the little burning fuel to be used in.
4. The location (address).
5. If the small boilers in the vicinity of residential or public buildings, particularly if the building height is close to the small height of the firing of .1, featuring one of the buildings, which may have the greatest impact: 5.1 building the Center x and y coordinates in relation to the emission source;
5.2. the height of the building;
5.3. the length of the building;
5.4. building width;

5.5. the angle between the North and the long side of the building (from the north clockwise). Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 2 Cabinet of 14 December 2004, the Regulation No 1015 ADM Screen of a computer input preparation i. emissions calculation 1. To calculate the quantity of emissions, fuel consumption, determined on the basis of the information on the actual fuel consumption. 2. using data on actual fuel consumption for the year (Bgad), calculates the fuel consumption per second (Bs), taking into account the duration of operation (n). 3. If the fuel consumption, expressed in units of mass (t), fuel consumption per second (Bs) is calculated as follows: where: Bs – the fuel consumption per second (g/s); Bgad-fuel consumption (t/a); n-plant life (h/a).
4. to determine emissions (E) pursuant to paragraph 3 of this annex, the fuel consumption per second (Bs) multiplied by the emission factors (table 4): where: E-emission (g/s); BS – the fuel consumption per second (g/s); EF-emission factors (g/kg).
5. in order to determine the quantity of emissions (ETS/a) according to paragraph 3 of this annex, the fuel consumption per year (Bgad) multiplied by the emission factors (table 4): where: a-emission Et/amount (t/a); Bgad-fuel consumption (t/a); EF-emission factors (g/kg).
6. If the fuel consumption, expressed in units of volume (m3), fuel consumption per second (Bs) is calculated as follows: where: Bs – the fuel consumption per second (m3/s); Bgad – fuel consumption per year (m3/a); n-plant life (h/a).
7. in order to determine the emission quantity (E) pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 6, the fuel consumption per second (Bs) is multiplied by the corresponding emission factors (1, 2, and table 3): where: E-emission (g/s); BS – the fuel consumption per second (m3/s); EF-emission factors (g/m3).
8. in order to determine the quantity of emissions (ETS/a) pursuant to paragraph 6 of these regulations, the fuel consumption per year (Bgad) is multiplied by the corresponding emission factors (1, 2, and table 3): where: a-emission Et/amount (t/a); Bgad – fuel consumption per year (m3/a); EF-emission factors (g/m3).
II. Emission factors emission factors 9 natural gas combustion for table 1. table 1 natural gas combustion no BC combustion type NOx emission factors (g/m3) CO emission factors (g/m3) 1. Boilers: 1.1. without emission reduction facilities 1.60 1.34 1.2. NOx burners to reduce NOx emissions with flue gas recirculation 0.80 1.34 1.3. facility with the burner tangensiāl 0.51 1.34 1.4. location: 1.4.1 without emission reduction units with flue gas recirculation 2.72 0.38 1.4.2. equipment 1.22 1.57 note. * Expressed as NO2.
10. emission factors for the combustion of certain liquid naftasgāz in table 2. table 2 LPG combustion no PO box naftasgāz pollutant incineration propane butane combustion installations with a heat input of a power above the equipment with the entered 2.93 MW thermal power to equipment with the entered 2.93 MW thermal capacity above the equipment with the entered 2.93 MW thermal power emission factor to 2.93 MW (g/m3) 1.1.8 x 2.52 x NOx * 103 103 103 103 2 2.28 x 1.68 x. x 103 x 103 0.252 CO 0.432 0.384 x 103 x 103 0.228 note. * Expressed as NO2.
11. emission factors in liquid fuel combustion for table 3. table 3 in liquid fuel burning equipment, or PO box no fuel SO2 emissions characteristic factor (g/m3) NOx * emissions factors (g/m3) CO emission factors (g/m3) particulate matter (PM10) emission factors (g/m3) 1. oil distillation products (distillate) and oil-product residue, 18.8 x 103 x mixes 6.6 x 103 x 103 x 103 2.0.6 1.2 oil distillation products (distillate) surplus (for example , kerosene) 18 x S x 103 x 103 x 103 0.84 0.6 2.4 x 103 3. oil distillation products (distillate) (such as diesel) 17 x 103 x 103 x 103 x 0.24 0.6 2.4 x 103 4. Residential heating equipment 17 x 103 x 2.2 x 103 x 103 x 103 0.6 0.05 *** notes. The S indicates the fuel sulphur content (percentage by mass). ** Expressed as NO2. Burners, are produced before 1970, the emission factor is 0.36 x 103 g/m3.
12. emission factors for the combustion of wood table 4. table 4 wood burning no fuel of p.k. purification plant particulate (PM10) emission factors (g/kg) the NOx emission factors (g/kg) CO emission factors (g/kg) 1. Bark, bark and damp wood-2.15 0.99 2.70 2. Dry wood-1.55 3.93 4.80 3. Damp wood – 1.25 no data no data 4. multiciklon skin is no data no data 2.11 5. Bark and damp wood will not multiciklon no data data 1.38 6. Dry wood of multiciklon no data no data 1.16 7. Wet wood multiciklon is no data no data 0.86 8. Any kind of wet scrubbers 0.28 no data no data 9. Any type of fabric filter 0.32 no data no data 10. Any type of electrostatic filters no data no data 0.17 note. If there is no air purification equipment, wet wood, apply dry wood NOX and CO emission factors. If there are air purification equipment, apply only solid particles (PM10) emission factor.
III. Emission flow rate is calculated according to the actual pressure and temperature of flue gas 13 Calculated the actual volume (Vd1): where:-cleaning of Vd1 actual total volume (m3/kg); V0d-theoretical volume of waste gas (m3/kg) (determined using the Guide); -air consumption ratio α; V0 – the theoretical air consumption (m3/kg).
14. The theoretical air consumption (V0), shall be determined as follows: where: V0 theoretical air consumption (m3/kg); QZD – fuel lower calorific value (kJ/kg) (determined using the manual).
15. air consumption coefficient (α) shall be determined as follows: where: α-air consumption ratio; O2-free oxygen in the exhaust gas ().
16. using the calculated values, determine the volume of waste gas in the actual temperature (Vd2): where: Vd2-exhaust gas volume in the actual temperature (m3/kg); Vd1-the actual volume of waste gas (m3/kg); T-flue gas temperature (° c).
17. the calculation of the exhaust gas volume flow rate (V): where: V-flue gas flow rate (m3/s); Vd2-exhaust gas volume in the actual temperature (m3/kg); BS – the fuel consumption per second (g/s).
18. the theoretical volume of waste gas (V0d) and the lower calorific value of fuel (QZD) is determined by using the manual or fuel quality information provided in the certificate.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 December 2004, Regulation No 1015 of the Minister of environment r. vējonis