Clarifies 29.08.2001., Journal No 123 (2510) Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 323 in Riga on 17 July 2001 (pr. No. 34, § 54) requirements for waste incineration and waste incineration plants for operation Issued under the waste management Act, article 7 and paragraph 8 of the law "on pollution" in article 11, second paragraph, point 7 i. General questions 1. Rules lays down the requirements for the waste (hazardous waste) incineration, as well as waste incineration plants.
2. Provisions relate to: 2.1 stationary or mobile technical installations and equipment intended for the thermal treatment of wastes (including combustion), oxidization, as well as other thermal processing of waste (including pyrolysis, gasification, plasma processes), if the result after processing the substance is then incinerated (hereinafter waste incineration plant);
2.2. fixed or mobile technical installations for certain types of energy or material extraction and waste which are used as the Basic or additional fuel or in which waste is thermally processed, to be buried (referred to as a co-incineration plant);
2.3. incineration and co-incineration plants (hereinafter equipment) (including all incineration lines, waste reception, storage and pre-processing sites, incinerators, waste fuel and air supply equipment, boilers, exhaust gas treatment plant and wastewater storage and treatment facilities), combustion, and combustion control monitoring and registration of facilities and systems.
3. the rules do not apply to: 3.1. installations for the processing or treating the following wastes: 3.1.1. herbal waste from agricultural and forestry activities;
3.1.2. vegetable waste from the food processing industry, if you use heat generated by the incineration process;
3.1.3. fibrous vegetable waste from virgin pulp production, as well as the production of paper from pulp, if co-incineration process occurs at the place of production and are using the heat generated by the incineration process;
3.1.4. wood waste with the exception of wood waste which is processed or can be halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals;
3.1.5. the Cork processing waste;
3.1.6. animal carcases and animal waste;
3.1.7. the radioactive waste;
3.1.8. the waste from the oil or gas exploration or mining process plant located in the sea, where the combustion takes place in the plant;
3.2. experimental equipment that are used in the incineration process to research, development and testing, if this equipment is processed less than 50 tonnes of waste per year.
4. The provisions set out in the additional requirements of hazardous waste does not apply to liquid waste, including waste oil (any mineral or industrial lubricant oils, also use the internal combustion engine oils, transmission oils, lubricant, minerālaj of turbine oils and hydraulic oils) when: 4.1 therein polychlorinated aromatic hydrocarbons polychlorinated biphenyls, including the content of polychlorinated terphenyls, and pentachlorophenol, a concentration not greater than 50 ppm;
4.2. it does not contain other classification of waste hazardous waste referred to in such quantities or concentrations by burning, endangering or likely to endanger human health or the environment by polluting the surface or ground water, air, soil or subsoil;
4.3. its calorific value not less than 30 MJ/kg;
4.4. by burning without emission occurs, which is comparable to or greater than the emissions resulting from the combustion of diesel fuel light.
5. The Operator shall ensure that: 5.1 equipment designed, built and operated, taking all these rules and other regulations requirements and taking into account the categories of waste to be incinerated every;
5.2. waste incineration or co-incineration process, the resulting heat can be used effectively (obtaining electricity or for heat using the heating);
5.3 waste is incinerated as fully as possible to the total carbon content in the ash and izdedžo does not exceed 3% of the combustion process or loss does not exceed 5% of the dry material, as well as reduced waste hazard. If necessary, the operator used for the pre-treatment of waste technology;
5.4. the balances that generation cannot be avoided and cannot be re-used, disposal laws.
6. to start or to continue operation of the machine requires the relevant regional environmental management issued A permit or if equipment power is below the law "on pollution" in part 5 of the annex,-in category B permit. If the operator wants to start burning hazardous waste facility licence which it is not intended, the operator must receive a new permit.
7. Equipment also apply other legislation the emission limit values. Take the emissions into air and water monitoring, operator: 7.1. air and water pollutant concentration measured so as to ensure the reliability of results;
7.2. due to pollutants, including dioxins and furans and their analysis as well as performs automatic reference measurements for calibration of measurement equipment according to national standards or adapted in the European Union, Latvia or international standards;
7.3. respect these rules in annex 1.
8. If the legislation of waste co-incineration plants establish more stringent emission limit values than those rules, more stringent emission limit values.
II. delivery and reception of waste 9. Operator, taking waste shall take all the necessary measures to prevent or, where that is not possible, reduce their negative impact on human health, the environment, air, soil, surface and ground water pollution.
10. Prior to accepting the waste at the operator from the supplier receives a description of the waste, which contains: 10.1. producer name and address;
10.2. the waste supplier's name and address;
10.3. the waste transport permit number and date of issue;
10.4. the waste category and name under the Cabinet of Ministers of 19 June 2001, regulations No 303 "rules on the classification and characteristics of the waste, which makes the waste hazardous ';
10.5. waste treatment methods;
10.6. the description of the physical characteristics of the waste;
10.7. the waste chemical composition and information about the required security measures this waste incineration;
10.8. the hazardous characteristics of the waste and chemical substances or products that waste should not be confused;
10.9. the weight of the waste.
11. Operator prior to accepting the waste at the incineration co-incineration plant: 11.1. determine the weight of each type of waste;
11.2. the verification of compliance with the waste tracking, identification, labelling, and transport, including cross-border transport, accounting;
11.3. Review supplier and producer name and address;
11.4. check the information on the waste treatment methods used;
11.5. checking information about the composition and quantity of the waste;
11.6. before unloading of hazardous waste samples, to check the conformity of the hazardous waste referred to in paragraph 10 of the terms description. Waste samples stored for not less than one month after the incineration of hazardous waste.
12. regional environmental administration may determine exceptions to this rule: 22.214.171.124. the requirements set out in subparagraph, if sampling is not appropriate, including for hospital waste;
12.2. This provision, paragraph 10 and 11 to the requirements laid down in the companies and facilities that burn only produced their own waste at the place of production, the other in these regulations and other legislation.
III. Operation 13. Waste incineration plants shall be designed, equipped, built and operated so that the exhaust gas after the last air supply are controlled and homogeneous heated above 850 ° C (even the most disadvantaged) and at those temperatures were at least two seconds. The temperature shall be measured at the inner wall of the combustion chamber or another characteristic measurement point, which agreed with the regional environmental governance. If the halogen-containing substances in the combustible hazardous waste exceeding 1% (expressed as chlorine), exhaust gas is heated above 1100 ° C and this temperature they are at least two seconds.
14. waste incineration plants shall be equipped with at least one auxiliary burner, which automatically switches on to the last air supply exhaust gas temperature is maintained above 850 ° c. Additional burner used for waste incineration plant start-up and shut-off time to ensure combustion chamber temperatures above 850 ° C or 1100 ° C above, as long as it is not burned waste.
15. waste incineration plant start-up and shut-off while the flue gas temperature is lower than that of the provisions laid down in point 14 of the minimum temperature, through the burners may not enter fuel burned produces more emissions than burning gas or liquefied natural gas.
16. Co-incineration plants shall be designed, equipped, built and operated so that the exhaust gas after the last air supply are controlled and homogeneous heated above 850 ° C (even the most disadvantaged) and at those temperatures were at least two seconds. If the halogen-containing substances in the combustible hazardous waste exceeding 1% (expressed as chlorine), waste gases preheat the over 1100 ° c.
17. the equipment shall be equipped with a system that automatically eliminates the waste entering the combustion chamber: 17.1. While not specified in these provisions achieve combustion temperatures needed;
17.2. unless you maintain the minimum laid down in these regulations for incineration temperature;
17.3. If the continuous measurement results show that treatment plants are emission limit values have been exceeded.
18. regional environmental governance in these rules the conditions of that authorisation may provide for derogations from these rules 13, 14, 15 and 16 of the requirements if not increases the resulting residue or residues are obtained with a higher content of organic compounds, as well as those provisions are complied with prescribed emission limit values.
19. regional environmental administration informed of the environmental impact assessment State Bureau of the Environment Agency for all cases of derogation from the requirements of this regulation.
20. The Latvian Environment Agency assesses the deviations permitted from the requirements of this regulation and shall inform the Commission of the European Union.
21. the equipment shall be designed, constructed, equipped and operated in such a way as to prevent emissions into the air, which significantly increases the air pollution of the ground-level atmosphere layer. Exhaust gas discharged into the dūmvado, which is specially equipped for emission measurement and control and is high enough to avoid damage to human health or the environment.
22. it is prohibited to mix infectious hospital waste with other waste, as well as load or move them by hand. The following wastes are burned as quickly as possible, and their temporary storage is prohibited.
23. The Operator shall ensure that the employees who run and manage the facilities should have adequate levels of education, as well as knowledge of chemicals and hazardous chemical products under the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 March 2001 a Regulation No 99 "rules about the education level required for performers who do business with dangerous chemicals and hazardous chemical products".
IV. Limit values for emissions to air 24. Waste incineration plants shall be designed, equipped, built and operated so that the exhaust gases are not exceeded the provisions of 2. the emission limit values set in that annex.
25. The emission limit values for all the polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans (hereinafter referred to as dioxins and furans), which are included in annex 3 of these regulations, be determined in accordance with Annex 2 to these regulations, taking into account specified in annex 3 of the toxic equivalence factors.
26. Co-incineration plant shall be designed, equipped, built and operated so that the exhaust gases are not exceeded the provisions of 4. the emission limit values set in that annex.
27. If in a co-incineration plant more than 40% of the heat resulting from hazardous waste incineration, on the subject of such equipment that rule 2. the emission limit values set in that annex.
28. In order to ensure compliance with emission limit values, the operator shall take the measurements in accordance with the provisions laid down in Chapter VII.
29. mixed municipal waste co-incineration takes into account this provision 2. the emission limit values set in that annex.
30. Mixed municipal waste is household waste as well as industrial and institutional wastes created by their characteristics and the content is similar to household waste, with the exception of waste which are included in the waste classification in Chapter 20 01 that are collected separately and place of production, as well as with the exception of waste which are included in the waste classification in Chapter 20 02.
V. waste water resulting from the cleaning of exhaust gases 31. Waste water resulting from the cleaning of exhaust gases may be discharged to the ground or surface waters only after their treatment, subject to the authorization provided for in: 31.1. emission limits this provision 5. substances listed in the annex;
31.2. the permit conditions monitoring;
31.3. other conditions of licence and other regulatory requirements, including emission limits for those substances that are not listed in annex 5 of these regulations and the conditions of the discharge of dangerous substances into surface and ground waters.
32. the emission limits laid down in a location that is measured from the incineration or co-incineration plant emitted exhaust gas cleaning processes have sewage.
33. If the waste water arising from the cleaning of exhaust gas purification in belonging to a sewage treatment plant (plant) together with other waste in incineration plant waste water generated is measured by the operator of these regulations 58 the parameters set out in the following locations: 33.1. exhaust gas purification process in the sewage-treatment plant before entering it;
33.2. others-prior to entering the waste water treatment plant;
33.3. treated waste water shall be-a place where those flows out of a treatment plant.
34. This provision is referred to in paragraph 33 of the cases the operator calculates the mass balance in determining the quantity of substances emitted from sewage treatment plants, and the calculation, or exhaust gas purification process resulting in wastewater after treatment complies with this provision in annex 5 with the emission limit values laid down. The dilution of the effluent is prohibited, in order to achieve compliance with this provision in annex 5 with the emission limit values laid down.
35. If the exhaust gas purification process cleans the sewage treatment plant outside the company and this equipment is not designed for other waste water treatment, waste water must comply with the provisions of annex 5 with the emission limit values laid down in the place where they are discharged from treatment plants.
36. If the exhaust gas purification process cleans the sewage treatment plant outside the company and this equipment for other waste water treatment, waste water compliance with this provision in annex 5 with the emission limit values laid down the rules of calculation 33. and in paragraph 34.
37. The equipment and facilities related to the waste storage facilities are designed to prevent the unauthorized release of pollutants or emergency spill soil, surface and ground waters. The plant produces special containers, rain water, leaks and fire in the water collection and storage. Tanks must be of sufficient capacity to ensure that the water pollution control and treatment before discharge.
Vi. management of Residues 38. Balances are the incineration or co-incineration process or equipment concerned in the exhaust gas or waste water treatment or other processes resulted in liquid or solid material (including ash, slag, dust, solid products, sewage sludge from waste water treatment plants, the used catalysts, used active carbon).
39. The Operator shall take measures to reduce the quantity of residue and their dangers. Balances as of the same processing equipment in or outside according to the normative requirements.
40. The dry powder residue (including dust and exhaust gas treatment for a dry extract) storage and handling using closed containers to prevent their release to the environment.
41. The Operator before a decision on balance, recycling and disposal of the balance of the fixed physical and chemical characteristics and the potential contamination of the environment, as well as the total soluble fraction and heavy metals content in it.
VII. System control and monitoring measurements 42. Operator uses the device to be able to measure all incineration or co-incineration process parameters, conditions and concentrations.
43. in order to determine the emission of air and water, the automatic check of the equipment each year and tested. Equipment calibration, using the parallel measurements carried out under the reference methods at least every three years.
44. The Operator shall ensure the sampling and measuring the emissions of the installation place according to standard EN ISO 9096 or EN ISO requirements, as well as provide 10780 gas purification equipment effectiveness check.
45. The periodic control of the emission measurements shall be carried out only in the field of accredited testing laboratories. Pollutant concentration measurement is used for metrological checking measuring instruments and measurements shall be carried out according to the following requirements: standartmetodik-45.1. sampling and gas flow measurement-EN ISO 9096 and LVs 10780;
45.2. sampling for automatic determination of gas concentrations-EN ISO 10396;
45.3. oxides of nitrogen (NOx-)-EN ISO and EN ISO 11564 10849;
28.2. the particulate concentration measurements-EN ISO 9096;
28.3. hydrochloric acid (HCl) discovery-EN EN 1911/1-3;
45.6. determination of total organic carbon-en EN 12619.46. Equipment operator measures the following air pollutants:
46.1. the continuously-NOx (if the relevant emission limits), carbon monoxide (CO), total quantities of dust, the total quantity of organic carbon, HCl, hydrogen (-HF), sulphur dioxide (SO2);
46.2. continuous-combustion temperature (at the combustion chamber of the inner wall or at another point where it can be determined) according to the permit conditions, oxygen concentration and pressure, as well as the exhaust gas temperature and the vapour content of the exhaust gases;
46.3. not less than twice a year, but the first year of operation of the equipment at least once every three months,-as well as heavy metals, dioxins and furans;
46.4. take other measurements according to the conditions of the permit.
47. before start-up of the equipment, as well as the most unfavourable operating conditions of the equipment operator tests the 13 and 16 of these regulations specified in paragraph combustible waste exposure time, waste incineration, as well as the minimum temperature of the oxygen content of the exhaust gases.
48. The continuous measurement of HF are optional, if you get the HCl treatment, not to exceed the emission limit values for HCl. In such cases, the HF is measured in the same order as defined in this rule 46.3. above.
49. the continuous measurement of the water vapour is optional, if the exhaust gas is dried before the measurement site.
50. the regional environmental authority of the operator does not require the permission of continuous HF and HCl, SO2 measurements, if the operator in the application for authorisation is submitted sufficient proof that the system can not be exceeded emission limit values for these substances, and operator of the measurements shall be made under this rule 46.3..
51. the measurements necessary to check the conformity of the equipment these regulations set emission limit values, standardized, taking into account the oxygen content as calculated according to annex 6 of these rules: 51.1. waste incineration plants-temperature 273 K, pressure 101.3 kPa, dry gas oxygen content of 11%;
51.2. incineration of waste, petroleum products-temperature 273 K, pressure 101.3 kPa, dry gas oxygen content of 3%;
51.3. the waste incineration or coincineration with oxygen-rich environment, the results of the measurements shall be standardised according to specific circumstances, taking into account the conditions of the authorisation;
51.4. co-incineration, the results of the measurements shall be standardised taking into account the total oxygen content as calculated in accordance with annex 5 of these rules.
52. If the incineration of hazardous waste, reduce emissions of pollutants, purification of waste gases, the rule set out in paragraph 51 of the oxygen content after standardisation is required only if the oxygen content measured during the period in which the pollutant concerned exceeds the prescribed concentration of oxygen.
53. The limit values for emissions to air are complied with if: 53.1. None of the requirements during the day average values do not exceed the provisions of annex 1, table 2, and 4. the emission limit values set in that annex;
53.2.97% of the time in the daily average values do not exceed the provisions of annex 2 in paragraph 9.1 the emission limit values;
53.3. no half-hour average of the measurements does not exceed the provisions of annex 2 of table 2, column A of the emission limit values, or 97% of the half hour long measurement average values during the year does not exceed this provision of the annex 2 table 2, column B emission limit values;
53.4. None of the collection period set out for heavy metals or dioxins and furans average values do not exceed this provision of the annex 2 table 3 and annex 2, point 8 and 4 of these regulations. the emission limit values set in that annex;
13. these provisions have been complied with. in annex 2 section 9.2 and annex 4.
54. A half hour long measurement average values and the 10-minute average measurements determined during operation of equipment (other than equipment on and off time, when the machine is not burning the waste), based on measurements from which subtracts the value of the confidence interval (annex 1). Daily average values shall be based on the calculated half hour and 10-minute average values of the measurements.
55. in order to obtain a reasonable daily average value, may not be taken into account up to five hour long measurement average values due to failures in the work of the measuring apparatus, or in connection with the maintenance of this equipment.
56. in order to obtain a reasonable average annual value, may not be taken into account up to ten 24-hour average values due to failures in the work of the measuring apparatus, or in connection with the maintenance of this equipment.
57. The average value of HF, HCl and SO2 shall be established in accordance with the terms and subject to the provisions of this annex, based on periodic measurement of the concentration of these substances.
58. The Operator measured parameters where water flows out of waste incinerators: 58.1. continuously-wastewater pH, temperature and flow rate;
58.2. every day-the total quantity of suspended matter;
58.3. not less than once a month – this provision is set out in annex 5 of the pollutant (with the exception of suspended matter, dioxins and furans), having a flow proportional 24 hours accumulated samples;
58.4. at least every six months-dioxins and furans, but in the first year of operation of the equipment at least once every three months;
58.5. take other measurements according to the conditions laid down in the authorisation, the authorisation intervals.
59. the quantity of pollutants in the treated waste water shall be done in the monitoring, the frequency of measurements shall be determined and the analysis methods chosen according to the conditions of the permit and regulatory requirements.
60. limit values for emissions into water is satisfied: 60.1. total suspended particles 95% to 100% of the samples exceed this provision 5. the emission limit values set in that annex;
60.2. heavy metals that rule 5. the emission limit values set in that annex is exceeded by no more than one measurement per year or, if during the year more than 20 samples analyzed, not more than 5% of cases;
60.3. dioxins and furans are not one of the twice-yearly measurements do not exceed that laid down in annex 5 of the provisions of the relevant emission limit values.
61. If measurements show that these conditions are exceeded a specific emission limit values, the operator shall immediately inform the relevant regional environmental governance.
62. All these provisions and conditions of authorisation of a specific measurement results shall be documented so that the environmental State inspectors to check the system's conformity with the conditions of the permit and regulatory requirements.
VIII. non-typical operating conditions of the equipment 63. regional environmental governance in the permit the maximum permissible length of time waste incineration installations may be operated technically unavoidable traces of air or water purification equipment or measurement of interference or faulty operating conditions when these rules that limit values for pollutants in exhaust gases could be exceeded.
64. The Operator shall immediately report to the relevant regional environmental governance for all emergency situations, which has been or may be incurred is not allowed environmental pollution, as well as the urgent initiation of possible accident prevention or emergency relief.
65. If the equipment is damaged, the operator limited or suspended its operations until may resume normal operation.
66. Hazardous waste incineration or co-incineration plant, the operator shall not continue the incineration of hazardous waste, if the emission limit values are exceeded for more than four hours without a break. Emission limit values during the year must not exceed more than 60 hours. 60 hours also apply to a number of incineration lines together in a single machine connected to the common flue-gas cleaning system.
67. the total quantity of dust emission in air under any circumstances shall not exceed 150 mg/m3 expressed as a half-hourly average; in addition, up to a total organic carbon and CO emission limit values. Necessary to comply with this provision also laid down in chapter III requirements for the operation of the equipment.
IX. Public information 68. Environmental impact assessment national Office (hereinafter the Office) network "Internet" on your website all the waste at the incineration or co-incineration plant.
69. If the nominal capacity of the equipment (all equipment according to the sum of the incineration capacities of equipment design and the amount of waste that can be burned within the hour) exceeded two tonnes per hour, the operator shall submit an annual report to the Office. Office inserts that report to the network "Internet" on your website, ensuring its availability to the public. The report contains the following information: 69.1. about the amount of waste incinerated, the waste categories specified;
EB 69.2. for emissions into air and water, on the results of monitoring and comparison with the regulations and permit requirements;
69.3. other operators filed information.
X. closing questions
70. The stationary equipment operator provided for municipal waste for incineration or co-incineration until 2002 December 28, be authorised according to the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2000, in Regulation No 154 ' regulations on stationary sources of air pollution air pollutant emission assessment, prevention, and control ".
71. If an incineration or co-incineration plant shall be authorised to receive the 2002 December 28, regional environmental administration may permit derogations from these provisions for emission limit values laid down, but not later than 28 December 2005, if it does not endanger human health or the environment. 72. Rule 20 shall enter into force on the day when Latvia becomes a Member State of the European Union.
73. paragraph 23 of the rules shall enter into force on January 1, 2002.
Prime Minister a. Smith of environmental protection and regional development Minister v. Makarova rules shall enter into force on July 21, 2001.
1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 17 July 2001, regulations No 323 measurement methods for each of the 24-hour emission levels measured with confidence intervals, depending on the measurement method, and not less than 95% of the measurements does not exceed the emission limit value by more than the following percentage values: no pollutant emissions in BC
1. the limit values for carbon monoxide 10 2. Nitrogen oxides 20% 3. Sulphur dioxide 20% 4. the total dust content of 30% 5. total organic carbon 6.30% hydrogen chloride 40% 7. Hydrogen fluoride 40% environmental protection and regional development Minister v. Makarova in annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 July 2001, Regulation No 323 of waste incineration plants for air emission limit values laid down in (I). The average value per table 1 no pollutant emissions limit values for substances 1 p.k.. Particulate matter (total) 10 mg/m3 of gas and 2 tvaikveid of organic substances , expressed as total glekl 10 mg/m3 3. Hydrogen chloride (HCl) 10 mg/m³ 4. Hydrogen fluoride (HF) 1 mg/m3 5. Sulphur dioxide (SO2) 50 mg/m3 6. Nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), expressed as nitrogen dioxide incineration plants with a nominal capacity exceeding 6 tonnes per hour, and a new combustion plants 200 mg/m3 7. Nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) , expressed as nitrogen dioxide incineration plants with a nominal capacity of 6 tonnes per hour, up to 400 mg/m3 1 to 1 January 2007 set out in table 1 to the NOx emission limit values do not apply to plants only treating hazardous waste.
2. regional environmental management you can set the following derogations from this annex set out in table 1 of the NOx emission limit values: 2.1.1 January 2008-plants with a nominal capacity of 6 tonnes per hour, if the daily average emission limit values do not exceed 500 mg/m3;
2.2. to 2010 January 1-plants with a nominal capacity between 6 and 16 tonnes per hour, if the daily average emission limit values do not exceed 400 mg/m3;
2.3.1 January 2008-plants with a nominal capacity of 16 to 25 tonnes per hour, if not happening if the exhaust water and daily average emission limit values do not exceed 400 mg/m3.
3.1 January 2008 regional environmental management conditions of authorisation may allow emission limit values up to 20 mg/m3 for particulate matter.
II. Average half an hour 2. table no pollutant emissions limit values for substances in column (A) (B) PO box box (100%)
1. Particulate matter (total) 30 mg/m³ 10 mg/m3 of gas and 2 tvaikveid of organic substances, expressed as total carbon 20 mg/m³ 10 mg/m3 3. Hydrogen chloride 60 mg/m³ 10 mg/m³ 4. Hydrogen fluoride at 4 mg/m3 2 mg/m3 sulphur dioxide 5 200 mg/m3 50 mg/m3 6. nitrogen monoxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), expressed as nitrogen dioxide incineration plants with a nominal capacity of in excess of 6 tonnes per hour, and a new combustion plants 400 mg/m3 200 mg/m3 4 to 1 January 2007 set out in table 2 to the NOx emission limit values do not apply to plants only treating hazardous waste.
5. regional environmental governance can detect departures from table 2 in the NOx emission limit values if the average value does not exceed half an hour 600 mg/m3 for this annex column A of table 2 and 400 mg/m3 for B.
III. Heavy metal emission limit values table 3 no heavy metals and their compounds emission limit values 1 p.k.. Cadmium and its compounds, expressed as cadmium (Cd) 0.05 mg/m3 2. Thallium and its compounds, expressed as thallium (Tl) 0.05 mg/m3 3. Mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury (Hg) 0.05 mg/m3 4. Antimony and its compounds, expressed as antimony (Sb) 0.5 mg/m3 5. Arsenic and its compounds , expressed as arsenic (As) 0.5 mg/m3 6. Lead and its compounds, expressed as lead (Pb) 0.5 mg/m3 7. Chromium and its compounds, expressed as chromium (Cr) 0.5 mg/m3 8. Cobalt and its compounds, expressed as cobalt (Co) 0.5 mg/m3 9. Copper and its compounds, expressed as copper (Cu) 0.5 mg/m3 10. Manganese and its compounds, expressed as manganese (Mn) 0.5 mg/m3 11. Nickel and its compounds , expressed as nickel (Ni) 0.5 mg/m3 12. Vanadium and its compounds, expressed as vanadium (V) 0.5 mg/m3 13. Tin and its compounds, expressed as Tin (Sn) 0.5 mg/m3 6. all specified in table 3 average value measured at least half an hour, but not more than 8 hours long sampling period.
7. all specified in table 3 average value also applies to the metals and their compounds and mineral in gaseous steam.
IV. Dioxins and furans emission limit 8. Dioxins and furans emission limit values should not exceed 0.1 mg/m3. It refers to the total concentration of calculated, given the toxic equivalence in accordance with the provisions of annex 5. The average value measured at least 6 hours but not more than 8 hours long sampling period.
V. carbon monoxide 9. emission limit values of carbon monoxide (CO) concentration of the exhaust gases (excluding the start-up and shut-off equipment phase) no more than: 9.1. daily average values-50 mg/m3;
9.2.10 minutes of continuous measurements of the mean value, which is not exceeded at least 95% of the measurements,-150 mg/m3 or half an hour of fighting the measurements average 24-hour period, which is not exceeded in any measurement,-100 mg/m3.
10. regional environmental administration may determine exemptions from the requirements of paragraph 9 of annex incineration plants using Fluidised bed technology, if the emission of carbon monoxide in the medium threshold hour shall not exceed 100 mg/m3.
Environmental protection and regional development Minister v. Makarova in annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 July 2001, Regulation No 323 of dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans, equivalence factors for dibenzo-p-Nr. dioxins and dibenzofurans in toxic p.k. ekviv-strap factor 1.2, 3, 7, 8-TCDD-dioxin (THDD) 1 2 1, 2, 3, 7, 8-pentahlordibenz-dioxin (PeHDD) 0.5 3.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-heksahlordibenz-dioxin (HxHDD) 0.1 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9-heksahlordibenz-dioxin (HxHDD) 0.1 5.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-heksahlordibenz-dioxin (HxHDD) 0.1 6.1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-heptahlordibenz-dioxin (HpHDD) 0.01 7.1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-oktahlordibenz-dioxin (OHDD) 0.001 8.2, 3, 7, 8-tetrahlordiben-zofurān (THDF) 0.1
9.2, 3, 4, 7, 8-pentahlordiben-zofurān (PeHDF) 0.5 10 1, 2, 3, 7, 8-pentahlordiben-zofurān (PeHDF) 0.05 11.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-heksahlordiben-zofurān (HxHDF) 0.1 12.1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-heksahlordiben-zofurān (HxHDF) 0.1 13.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-heksahlordiben-zofurān (HxHDF) 0.1 14.2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-heksahlordiben-zofurān (HxHDF) 0.1 15.1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-heptahlordiben-zofurān (HpHDF) 0.01 16.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9-heptahlordiben-zofurān (HpHDF) 0.01 17.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9-oktahlordiben-zofurān (OHDF) 0.001 note.
To determine this Annex Summary dioxins and furans concentrations, dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans concentrations of mass before the addition by the toxic equivalency factors.
Environmental protection and regional development Minister v. Makarova in annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 July 2001, Regulation No 323 of waste co-incineration plants calculate emissions limit values laid down in the air i. General conditions 1. If not specified in this annex for specific emission limit values of the particular case, use this calculation formula is included in annex.
2. Emission limit values for exhaust gas resulting from the co-incineration process, each individual pollutant, as well as carbon monoxide shall be determined in accordance with the formula: vwaste + Vproc × Cproc cwaste x--------------------------, which vwaste + = C vwaste Vproc-exhaust gas volume resulting from the incineration of the waste. It shall be determined, taking into account only the waste with the lowest calorific value specified in the permit, which is standardized in accordance with the conditions of these rules. If after hazardous waste incineration to generate heat, which is less than 10% of the total heat generated by the plant, Vwaste must be calculated from the notional amount of hazardous waste incineration which would result in 10% of the total heat generated in the combustion process;
Cwaste-emission limit values set for waste incineration plants and certain pollutants carbon monoxide (annex 2);
Vproc-exhaust gas volume resulting from the incineration is usually allowed to use fuels (wastes excluded) determined on the basis of the amount of oxygen that the emissions must be standardised in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2000, in Regulation No 154 ' regulations on stationary sources of air pollution air pollutant emission assessment, prevention, containment and control ";
Cproc-pollutants and carbon monoxide emission limit values for exhaust gas undertakings Act in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2000, in Regulation No 154 ' regulations on stationary sources of air pollution air pollutant emission assessment, prevention, containment and control ", usually allowed to use burning fuel (waste);
C-total emission limit values and oxygen content in accordance with the values laid down in this annex for specific pollutants and specific industrial sectors or, if the table values for the total emission limit values for CO and the relevant pollutants replacing the emission limit values. The total oxygen content to replace the oxygen content of the standardised, calculated on the basis of the above composition, taking into account the volume of parciālo.
II. Specific requirements for cement plants where waste co-incineration 3. Average 24-hour emission limit values for continuous measurements shall be determined in accordance with table 1. The sampling period and measurement conditions meet the requirements of this regulation. Half-hourly average values shall only be used to calculate the daily average values.
table 1 total emission limit values, waste co-incineration in cement plants no pollutant total emission limit values for substances p.k. 1. Particulate matter (total) 30 mg/m3 2. HCl 10 mg/m3 3. HF 1 mg/m3 NOx 4. existing installations 800 mg/m3 5. NOx for new plants (1) 500 mg/m3 6. Cd + Tl 0.005 mg/m3 7. Hg 0.05 mg/m3 8. Sb + As + Pb + Cr + Co + Cu + Mn + Ni + V 0.5 mg/m3 9. Dioxins and furans 0.1 mg/m3 4. To compare the compliance with emissions limit values, the results of the measurements shall be standardized at the following conditions: temperature 273 K-4.1;
4.2. pressure-101.3 kPa;
4.3. the content of oxygen in the dry gas-10%.
5. Cement production units which are already running or start a waste co-incineration to 2004 December 28, apply to existing installations to specific emission limit values.
6. the regional environmental Board 1 January 2008 the authorisation may determine exceptions to the NOx emission limit values for existing wet process cement plants, as well as cement plants, which burn less than three tonnes of waste per hour, provided the total does not exceed the emission limit values for NOx, 1200 mg/m3.
7. regional environmental Board 1 January 2008 the authorisation may determine exceptions to the particulate emission limit values if the cement plant burn less than three tonnes of waste per hour and permits provided for the total emission limit value of not more than 50 mg/m3.
table 2 total emission limit values for sulphur dioxide, and total organic carbon, waste co-incineration in cement plants no pollutant substances common p.k. emission limit values for SO2 1 50 mg/m3 2. total organic carbon 10 mg/m3 8. regional environmental administration permissions can define exceptions to the SO2 and total organic carbon, if this occurs, emissions by burning waste.
9. the regional environmental authority shall set emission limits for carbon monoxide.
III. Emission limit values for combustion plants co-incinerating waste, which, together with the solid fuel 10. the half-hourly average values are used only to calculate the daily average values.
11. Cproc for solid fuel is expressed in mg/Nm3, where the oxygen content is 6%. It shall be determined according to table 3.
table 3 no-Pollution power.
p. ņojoš < 50 50-100 100-300 > 300 k MW MW MW MW of substance 1. SO2-850 85-200 (General mg/m3 200 mg/m3) mg/m3 (limit decreases linearly with increasing power from 100 to 300 MWTH) 2. SO2-850 850-200 (local mg/m3 200 mg/m3 or mg/m3, fuel, or de-such as desulf-or sulfur-turf) rizācij desulf-sation of the degree rizācij degree of 90% 95% 92% grade 3. NOx-400 300 200 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 4. Solid particles 50 mg/ 50 mg/30 mg/m3 m3 M3 30 mg/m3 12 to 1 January 2007 set out in table 3 of the NOx emission limit values do not apply to plants only treating hazardous waste.
13. the regional environmental authority may provide for a derogation from those laid down in table 3 SO2 or NOx emission limits for co-incineration plant with a capacity of 100 to 300 MW, if you are using fluidized bed technology and allows the emission limit value set out in not more than 350 mg/Nm3 Cproc for NOx and 850 to 400 mg/Nm3 for SO2 (a linear reduction of limit values, increasing capacity from 100 to 300 MWTH).
IV. Emission limit values for combustion plants co-incinerating biomass 14. Cproc for biomass (plant products derived from agricultural or forestry operations, and which can be used for generating energy, as well as these rules, 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4, 3.1.5., and waste referred to in point) expressed in mg/Nm3, where the oxygen content is 6%. It shall be determined in accordance with table 4.
table 4 no Pollution-power.
p. ņojoš < 50 50-100 100-300 > 300 k MW MW MW MW of substance 1. SO2-200 200 200 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 NOx-2 350 300 300 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 3. Dust 50 mg/m3 50 mg/m3 50 mg/m3 50 mg/m3 15. regional environmental governance can be determined from table 4 of the derogation laid down in NOx emissions limit values for co-incineration plant with a capacity of 100 to 300 MW burning biomass if used in fluidized bed technology and allows the emission limit value set out in not more than 350 mg/Nm3 Cproc v. emission limit values for combustion plants co-incinerating waste, which together with liquid fuels, liquid fuels 16. Cproc expressed in mg/Nm3, where the oxygen content is 3%. It shall be determined according to table 5.
5. table no-Pollution power.
p. ņojoš < 50 50-100 100-300 > 300 k MW MW MW MW of substance 1. SO2-850 850-200 mg/m3 200 mg/m3 mg/m3 NOx-2 400 300 200 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 3. Solid particles 50 mg/m3 50 mg/m3 50 mg/m3 50 mg/m3 (VI). The total emission limit values, waste co-incineration 17. total emission limit values expressed in mg/Nm3 (C), where the oxygen content is 6% , determined in accordance with table 6. All average values over the sampling period, determined that the minimum duration of half an hour, but the maximum-8 hours.
table 6 no pollutant total emission limit values for substances p.k. 1. Cd + 0.05 0.05 2 Hg Tl. 3. Sb + As + Pb + Cr + Co + Cu + Mn + Ni + 0.5 V 18. total emission limit values expressed in mg/Nm3, where the oxygen content is 6% for dioxins and furans do not exceed 0.1. all average values specify the sampling period, with a minimum duration of 6 hours and a maximum 8 hours.
VII. Special conditions for industrial sectors are being co-incinerated of waste (with the exception referred to in this annex) 19. total emission limit values expressed in mg/Nm3, shall not exceed 0.1. all average values specify the sampling period, with a minimum duration of 6 hours and a maximum 8 hours.
20. The total emission limit values expressed in mg/Nm3, shall be determined according to table 7. All average values over the sampling period, determined that the minimum duration of half an hour, but the maximum-8 hours.
table 7-emission limit values for waste co-incineration process no pollutant emissions limit values for substances 1. PO box Cd + Hg Tl 2.0.05 0.05 environmental protection and regional development Minister v. Makarova in annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 July 2001, Regulation No 323 of emission limit values after flue-gas cleaning process in wastewater treatment no p.k. pollutant emission limit values, expressed as a mass concentration of unfiltered samples 1. Joint suspended 30 mg/l (95%) of 45 substances in mg/l (100%)
2. Mercury and its compounds 0.03 mg/l, expressed as mercury (Hg) 3. Cadmium and its compounds, 0.05 mg/l expressed as cadmium (Cd) 4. Thallium and its compounds, 0.05 mg/l expressed as thallium (Tl) 5. Arsenic and its compounds, 0.15 mg/l expressed as arsenic (As) 6. Lead and its compounds, 0.2 mg/l expressed as lead (Pb) 7. Chromium and its compounds 0.5 mg/l, expressed as chromium (Cr) 8. Copper and its compounds, 0.5 mg/l expressed as copper (Cu) 9. Nickel and its compounds, 0.5 mg/l expressed as nickel (Ni) 10. Zinc and its compounds, expressed as 1.5 mg/l of zinc (Zn) 11. Dioxins and furans, expressed as of the individual dioxins and furans amount calculated according to annex 4 to these rules 0.3 mg/l
1 January 2008 regional environmental administration permissions can fix indentation in the existing equipment for common substances if permit suspended for that 80% of measurements the emission limit values are not exceeded – 30 mg/l and no measurement of emission limit values are not exceeded – 45 mg/l. Environmental protection and regional development Minister v. Makarova 6. attachment of the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 July 2001, regulations No 323 emission concentrations calculated emission concentration at the standard oxygen concentration is calculated according to the formula : 21 s I =----------------21-Om which I Em-the calculated emission concentration at the standard oxygen concentration;
Em-the measured emission concentration;
OS-standard oxygen concentration;
OM-the measured oxygen concentration.
Environmental protection and regional development Minister v. Makarova in the