The Procedure Is Performed On The Monitoring Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, As Well As Tested And Approved The Annual Report On Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā tiek veikts siltumnīcefekta gāzu emisiju monitorings, kā arī pārbaudīti un apstiprināti ikgadējie pārskati par siltumnīcefekta gāzu emisiju

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 778 2004 in Riga on September 7 (pr. No 52 34) arrangements are made for the monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as tested and approved the annual accounts for greenhouse gas emissions Issued pursuant to the law "on pollution" article 45 the first and the seventh part i. General provisions 1 the questions determines: 1.1. greenhouse gas emissions (emissions) the monitoring procedure;
1.2. annual report on emissions (hereinafter report) the examination and approval procedures. II. Emission monitoring 2. Emissions monitoring is carried out operator who received the emissions permits or temporarily until 2007 December 31 are exempt from the requirement to obtain emissions permits. 3. The Operator licence application issuance regional environmental governance provides a description of the monitoring of emissions. Description: 3.1. emissions of selected method (or measurement);
3.2. Select emissions levels methods (level), the applicable fuel, raw materials, consumables, emission factors, the lower calorific value factors, oxidation factor, conversion factors, as well as determining the carbon and biomass share (percentage) for each of the law "on pollution" 2. pollutant referred to in the annex to the operation, each type of fuel, raw materials and consumables;
3.3. for each emission source, each type of fuel, raw materials and consumables: 3.3.1 emissions monitoring equipment to be used and their location, each measuring uncertainty associated with the calibration uncertainty and additional uncertainty associated with measuring devices in use. The uncertainty is expressed as a percentage;
3.3.2. the selected method (description) for use by taking fuel, raw materials and consumables to establish the lowest combustion heat factor, carbon content, emission factors and biomass content;
3.3.3. selected analytical method (description or a reference to a publication, in which the method described), which is intended to be used to determine the lowest combustion heat factor, carbon content or biomass;
3.4. the emission source used in continuous monitoring of emission measuring system, which also includes a description of the measuring points, the frequency of measurements, measurements and measuring equipment used, calibration procedures, data collection and storage procedures, if emissions laid down by using the measurement method;
3.5. monitoring data quality assurance and quality control procedures;
3.6. information about environmental management and audit system registry. 4. regional environmental governance at the request of the operator provides reference for the description to be included in the monitoring of emissions information. 5. the Operator shall submit the regional environmental administration justified proposals for amendments to the description of emission monitoring in the following situations: 5.1 changed the gauge or the operator information has become available, which allows emissions to determine with greater precision;
5.2. Description of monitoring of emissions submitted found errors;
5.3. the amendments are requested by regional environmental administration. 6. regional environmental administration checks the operator submitted proposals for amendments to the description and monitoring of emissions shall take a decision on the amendment of the emissions permits. 7. emission measurement results based on emission estimates. If the operator made several law "on pollution" 2. the operations referred to in the annex, for each emission-related process, each type of fuel, raw materials and consumables of separate calculation. 8. Calculation of emissions, the operator shall take account of the following conditions are met: 8.1. emission calculations use the Latvian Environmental Agency required emission factors emission factors or other that procedures for the determination of emissions permits this;
8.2. the emission factor for biomass is zero;
8.3. If the emission factor does not take into account the carbon is not oxidised, in addition to the calculations used in the oxidation factor or the conversion factor established by the Latvian Environment Agency or procedure for determining which of those emissions permits;
8.4. incineration processes data that describes the fuel consumption, expressed in energy units using these rules referred to in annex 1, the lowest combustion heat factors or other lower calorific value, which referred to procedures for the determination of emissions permits. 9. Operator emission monitoring results indicated in the report (annex 2). Polluting activities in the report represents the code and be classified into categories according to annex 3 of these rules. 10. The financial year coincides with the calendar year or the emissions permits, if it is shorter than the calendar year. 11. The Operator shall document and archive all information on the monitoring of emissions and the results obtained in emissions permits. III. Review and approval 12. Operator review written and submitted electronically to the Verifier to check that the operator has not participated in the emissions permit application or report and is independent of the operator. 13. the Verifier can be competent and independent inspection body accredited according to EN 45004:1995 to EN standards and these rules and for which the Ministry of Economic Affairs has published a notice in the newspaper "journal". 14. the Verifier accredited for the examination of the report, if it is familiar with: 14.1. legislation requirements relating to the European Union's emissions trading system, as well as to the emissions monitoring and reporting;
14.2. administrative requirements relating to the activities being verified;
14.3. the procedure for the preparation of information for each source of emissions in the installation, in particular for monitoring data collection, measurement, calculation and reporting;
14.4. the law "on pollution" in annex 2 of the technological processes. 15. the task of the Verifier is to detect whether the report contains incomplete, false or inaccurate information on the functioning of the equipment and emissions. To perform this task the Verifier shall check the report according to the methodology of the inspection the General principles (annex 4), the test equipment on the site and assess the monitoring data and report that information about equipment and emissions, including: 15.1. data about the process and the relevant measurements and calculations;
15.2. the emission factor for the choice and usage;
15.3. the calculation of the overall emissions;
15.4. the measurement of emissions permits in compliance with the prescribed method (if used for measurements);
15.5. data on sources of emissions in the installation to all, to make it possible to assess the total amount of emissions on the basis of the data of each source for accuracy and reliability;
15.6. information about the operator used risk management methods to reduce emissions of dissipation. 16. Operator: 16.1. provides access to the Verifier for each machine in any production facility, to carry out the appropriate examinations;
16.2. the Verifier shall request the necessary information. 17. the Verifier is responsible for non-disclosure of the information that the operator is classified as restricted access information. 18. The verifier shall within 15 working days prepare a report on the outcome of the review. Report report on the compliance with the following principles: completeness, consistency, transparency, accuracy, cost-effectiveness and reliability. The report is considered the appropriate principles, if that: 18.1. reflected in the report the monitoring data are true and do not contain contradiction;
18.2. accounting of emissions in the installation are complete and consistent;
18.3. the data is gathered in accordance with scientific methods;

18.4. the difference between the data submitted by the operator (the calculated total amount of emissions) and test results does not exceed 5% of the issue amount, as well as not allow other significant errors. 19. the Verifier shall report on the outcome of the review in writing and electronically sent to the operator. 20. The Operator of each year up to March 15 or 60 days after the cancellation of emissions, reorganization or liquidation of the operator's report and the report on the review results in writing and electronically transmitted to regional environmental management. 21. the regional environmental authority within 14 days of review and assess, in the light of the report on the review of the results of the inspection shall take a decision on the approval of the report or refusal to approve the report. The operator has the right to challenge the decision of the regional environmental management of the environmental impact assessment State Bureau. 22. The Operator of each year to 31 March, or 90 days after the withdrawal of the authorisation of emissions, reorganization or liquidation of the operator of the approved report and the report on the review results in writing and electronically send the Latvian Environment Agency. 23. the environment agency that the decision referred to in paragraph 21 of the report and the report on the review of the outcome of the inserts of the Latvian Environment Agency website on the internet. 24. If the operator ceases operations, the merchant administrator or liquidator shall ensure the preparation and submission of the report to regional environmental administration and the Latvian Environment Agency. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 of Directive 2003/87/EC establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the community and amending Council Directive 96/61/EC. Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of environment r. vējonis annex 1 Cabinet of 7 September 2004, regulations No 778 lower calorific value of the fuel, no PO box below combustion heat factor (TJ/000 tonnes) 1. Aviation gasoline 44.00 2. Autobenzīn (motorbenzīn) jet fuel 3 44.00 (aviation kerosene) 43.60 4. Overall kerosene 43.20 5. Diesel 42.49 6. Household furnace fuel oil 40.60 42.49 7.8. Shale Oil 39.35 9. natural gas 33.661 10. White spirit 41.86 11. Paraffin gum 41.86 12. Liquefied petroleum gas 45.54

13. Crude Bitumen in 44.12 14 15 Rundown oil 41.86 41.86 16. Grease 41.86 17. other petroleum products coal 26.22 41.86 18.19. Fuel peat (bevelled, gabalkūdr) with a moisture content of 40% 10.05 peat briquettes, 20 of the 21 oil pusbriket 15.49 9.21 22. Coke 26.37 23. Fuel wood wood waste 24 6.702 6.702 notes. 1 TJ/Mio. M3. 2 TJ/t. M3.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 2 Cabinet of 7 September 2004, regulations No 778 notes. 1 according to the law "on pollution" in annex 2. For example, "energy: mineral oil purification and refining facilities". 2 incineration plant-stationary technical unit for heat and electricity production. Technological equipment — stationary technical unit, intended for the production of specific products. 3 in accordance with the provisions of annex 3. For example, "2. (A). 2. Industrial processes. Minerals. Lime production ". 4 in accordance with the provisions of annex 3. For example, "3.1/3.3/3.4/3.5. Industrial processes. Minerals. Lime production ". 5 fill in, if the emission amount is determined using the method of measurement. 6 each chimney or other source, if it is not considered a fugitive emission sources identified by internal code A1, A2, A3, etc. 7 information on the technological equipment used in technological techniques. 8 fill in when the incineration plant is firing. 9 emissions as indicated in accordance with titles III and IV of the report of its emission targets, the less carbon dioxide (CO2) transfer quantity (table 4). 10 emissions, which are not counted in the total emissions in the air. 11 carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by the machine in the air, but perception and use other technological process as a pure substance as a fuel ingredient or as a chemical feedstock or a paper. 12 filled in if emissions is determined using the method of measurement. 13 specify the efficiency boilers. 14 tables shall be completed for each type of fuel. 15 according to the greenhouse gas emissions permit. 16 operating data energy units (TJ) is the mass of the fuel consumption volume (000 tonnes mln. m3) multiplied by the lowest combustion heat factor determined in accordance with the provisions of annex 1, or greenhouse gas emissions in accordance with the procedure laid down in the authorisation. 17 if the emission factor does not take into account the carbon is not oxidised. 18 issue volume indicates integer type (tonnes). Emissions (tonnes) is the activity data, emission factor multiplied by the oxidation factor and (if the emission factor does not take into account the carbon is not oxidised). 19 biomass is a biodegradable plant, animal or micro-organism, originating materials such as agricultural and forestry products, by-products, residues and municipal wastes. Biomass also includes gases and liquids obtained from biodegradable organic material decomposition process. 20 Mixed fuels are fuels containing fossil fuels and biomass. 21 total emissions for each type of activity the pollutant is obtained by summing emissions from all fossil fuels and all fossil fuels mixed parts. 22 Total biomass is used in the energy content of the biomass and biomass in the net part mixed fuels. 23 Table shall be completed for each of the raw materials and consumables used. 24 issue volume indicates integer type (tonnes). Emissions (tonnes) is the activity data, emission factor multiplied by the conversion factor and (if the emission factor does not take into account the carbon is not oxidised). 25 Mixed raw material or consumable material is mixed, containing fossil raw materials or consumables and fossil biomass. 26 total emissions for each type of activity the pollutant is obtained as the sum of emissions from each type of fossil raw materials and fossil materials and all types of mixed raw materials and consumables mixed fossil. 27 total amount of biomass used is obtained by summing the amount of biomass and biomass raw materials and parts mixed in the mixed exhibit.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 3 Cabinet of 7 September 2004, regulations No 778 polluting activity codes and polluting activities of category 1 and category code in accordance with the Intergovernmental Panel on climate change approved by the Council of the classification are the following: no PO box code category the energy sector a. fuel combustion (sectoral approach) 1 A 3.1.
4. Energy production (A) 1 (a) 1.
Electricity and heat production in the public sector 5.1. A. 1 b.
Petroleum refining 6.1 c 1a.
Solid fuel and other fuels in the production of 7.1. A. 2.
Manufacturing and construction 8.1. A. 2a.
Iron and steel industry, 9.1. A. 2 (b).
Non-ferrous metal industry 10.1. A. 2 c.
Chemical industry 11.1. A. 2d.
Pulp, paper and printing industry 12.1. A. 2 e.
Food, drink and tobacco industry 13.1. A. 2. f.
Other (specify) 1 A 14.4.
Other sectors 1.15 (A) (a) 4.
Trade and institutions 16.1. A. 4. b.
17. Household 1.a. 4 c.
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries, 18.1. A. 5.
Other (specify) 19.1. A. a. 5.
20. Fixed installations 1. A. 5. b.
Mobile devices, 21.1. B. fuel volatile emissions from fuels 1.22 (B). 1.
Solid fuels 23. B. 1 a 1.
Coal mining 24.1 B b 1. Solid fuel transformation 25.1 B. c. 1 other (specify) 26.1 B 2.
27. Oil and natural gas 1 B (a) 2.
28. Oil 1 B 2 b natural gas.. 29.1. B. c. 2 (venting) and outbreaks (flaring) 30.

Exhaust 31.

32.1 B outbreaks. 2. d. other (specify) industrial processes a. mineral products 35.2 a. 1.
Cement production (A) 2.36.2.
Lime production 37.2 a. 3.
Limestone and dolomite use 38.2 (A). 4.
Production of calcined soda and use 39.2. A. 5.
Roof materials on bitumen base 40.2 (A). 6.
Road asphalt paving 2A. 41.7.
Other (specify) 42.

Glass production 43.

Glass wool production 44.2.b. Chemical Industry 45.2 B. 1.
Ammonia production 46.2. (B). 2.
Nitric acid production 47.2.b. 3.
The production of 48.2 Adipīnskāb. (B). 4.
Carbide production. 2.49 (B). 5.
Other (specify) 50.2 c. metals 51.2 C 1.
Iron and steel production 52.2 c. 2.
Iron alloy production. 2.53.3 C.
Aluminum production 54.2 C 4.
SF6 use in aluminium and magnesium production 55.2 C 5.
Other (specify) 2. Polluting activity codes and categories under the European pollutant register are as follows: no PO box code category 1. Energy 2.1.1. Combustion installations with a nominal capacity of more than 50 MW entered 3.1.2. Mineral oil and gas refinery equipment 4.1.3. Coke ovens 5.1.4. Coal gasification and liquefaction plants 6.2. Metal production and processing 7.2.1/2.2/2.3/metal industry and metal ore roasting and smelting 2.4/2.5/2.6 equipment black and nonferrous metal production facilities 8.

3. Minerals 9.3.1/3.3/3.4/clinker cement (> 500 t/day), lime (> 50 t per day), glass (20 t day >), non-metallic minerals 3.5 (> 20 t per day) and fired clay products (> 75 t/day) 10 3.2 installation for the production of asbestos or asbestos products manufacturing equipment 11.4. chemical industry 12. Organic chemical 4.1. basic production facilities 13.4.2/4.3. basic inorganic chemical and fertilizer equipment 4.4/14 4.6. Biocides and explosives production facilities 15.4.5 pharmaceuticals production facilities

16.5.17. Waste Management 5.1/5.2. Hazardous waste disposal or processing facilities (> 10 t per day) and household waste recycling or incineration plants (3 t per hour >) 18.5.3., 5.4. Municipal waste-processing facilities (50 t day >) and landfills (> 10 t per day) 19.6.20. Other action 6.1. installations for pulp from wood or other pulp and paper or paperboard production (20 t day >) 21.6.2 fiber or fabric original processing plant (t day > 10) 22.6.3. Skin and coat Painting Shop (> 12 t per day) 23.6.4. Slaughterhouse (> 50 t/day), milk production (200 t day >), food factories, which processed and processed products of animal origin (> 75 t per day), or plants that processed and processed vegetables (> 300 t/day) 24.6.5. Of animal carcases and animal waste disposal or processing facilities (day t > 10) 25.6.6 avian, swine (> 40000) (> 2000) or sows (> 750) farm 26.6.7. the substance items or products, surface treatment equipment, which use organic solvents (> 200 t per year) 27.6.8. Carbon or graphite production equipment Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 4 Cabinet of 7 September 2004, regulations No 778 Reviews testing methodology of general principles no way PO box analysis evaluation principles and activities 1. Strategic analysis assay based on a strategic analysis of all the activities carried out in the installation. You need to be transparent all the Verifier actions and their significance for the Process of emission 2. analysis the Verifier shall perform unannounced checks on the data and information submitted in confidence. If necessary, the Verifier shall check information submitted on the site of the installation 3. Risk analysis the Verifier detects sensitive emission sources, as well as monitoring and operator actions, which could determine the total of emissions, such as emission factors and the calculations necessary to determine the level of emissions from individual sources. The Verifier shall in particular examine the elevated risk of emission sources and other aspects referred to Environment Minister r. vējonis