Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 182 in 2013 (on 2 April. 29. § 17) the rules on emissions from stationary pollution sources limit the development of the draft Issued in accordance with the law "on pollution" in the second subparagraph of article 11, paragraph 1 of the i. General questions 1. determines the order in which the developing stationary source emission limit (hereinafter the project), as well as the content of the project, in order to prevent, restrict and control air pollutant emissions from stationary sources of pollution. 2. Project development to equipment which provides the emission of pollutants in the air, for permission to (A) or (B) the categories of polluting activity (hereinafter licence). The project, together with the application for authorisation shall submit the operator of national environmental service (hereinafter service). 3. If the operator permission requests repeatedly due to the expiry of the term of a permit or permit conditions for performing review and is not intended for stationary pollution source physical characteristics and emission changes, the service adopted a decision to release the operator from the obligation to draw up a new project. That decision shall be taken on the basis of the public limited liability company "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Centre" (hereinafter referred to as the Centre) of the information provided on the current level of pollution, if the concentration of the pollutant amount is obtained by summing the project the maximum concentration of equipment issued to the background concentrations shall not exceed the upper assessment threshold of air pollution for those pollutants for which there is a specific, or 70% of the required limit value or target value of those substances that the evaluation of air pollution are not defined. Information about an existing pollution levels requires the operator to the Centre in accordance with the provisions of the arrangements referred to in chapter IV. 4. Project design in compliance with the protection of human health air quality standards and guidelines not assessed: 4.1 factory areas or industrial facilities, which are in force in the occupational safety and health regulations; 4.2. on the road carriageway and carriageway there, except in locations where pedestrian access there; 4.3. any site that is situated in an area not accessible to the population and does not have a permanent place of residence.
II. Drafting arrangements 5. to determine equipment emissions (emissions of the pollutant emission from source unit time), use the following techniques: 5.1. emission monitoring (continuous or periodic measurements) or emissions inventory (one-time data mining); 5.2. calculation of emissions using emission factors (which describes the ratio of the quantity of a substance from the operation targeted parameter associated with these pollutants emissions) or material balance. 6. Formulating this rules referred to in paragraph 2, the application for an existing operator of polluting activities, emissions monitoring is used to determine the data if: 6.1. in accordance with the environmental regulations governing the conditions of the permit or operator carries out monitoring of emissions; 6.2. monitoring data include information on the source of emissions in the installation parameters and actual emissions at certain production capacity according to paragraph 24 of these rules. 7. Where, in accordance with the conditions of the authorization operator does not perform relevant pollutant emissions monitoring, emissions inventories are used to determine the data. Emissions inventory for used instrumental measurements carried out on the basis of the application of the specified capacity. Measurements shall be made on accredited laboratories using the established base (reference) methods or other equivalent methods of sampling and analysis. The quantity of emissions is determined by the nominal and the rules of application referred to in paragraph 2 in a production capacity. Results compiled using Cabinet 30 November 2010 No. 1082 of the provisions of the "procedure for piesakām A, B and C categories of activities and pollutants in question permits A and B category contaminating activities" table in annex 3 "emission source physical characteristics" (hereinafter referred to as the source table "physical characteristics") and "Table Of emission sources of substances emitted in the air" (hereinafter referred to as the "Table Of emission sources of substances emitted in the air") indicating the capacity measuring time. 8. Existing polluting activities to determine the quantity of emissions, the operator can use this rule 5.2. techniques referred to in support of their choice. 9. In preparing the rules of application referred to in paragraph 2 of the new pollutants or major changes in the existing pollutant emissions, the operator uses this to determine the rules referred to in paragraph 5.2.
10. These regulations 8 and 9 in the cases referred to in point emission can be used to determine the emission factors derived: 10.1 with instrumental measurements on identical or similar sources of emissions; 10.2. with calculations using material balance sheet; 10.3. as from the European Environment Agency's atmospheric emission inventory CORINAIR emission factors database (methodology) the third level or, if not available in the corresponding emission factors from the United States Environmental Protection Agency air pollution emission factors, AP-42 aggregate. If the European environmental agency or the United States Environmental Protection Agency's emission factor database is not available for activity-specific pollutant emission factor the emission factors used, obtained from other emission factor database (methodology). 11. in order to assess compliance with the emission limits of air quality regulations or these regulations 20.1. guidelines referred to in point, the operator uses the pollutant dispersion calculation software (hereinafter referred to as the software). 12. The Operator by a computer, calculate (simulate) the dispersal of pollutants according to the provisions specified in annex 1 of the original scenario calculation parameter choose conditions and percentile that meets air quality regulations, or relevant limit values or target values of the guidelines the corresponding percentile. To assess the worst possible contamination, operator, taking into account the information about adverse meteorological conditions and emissions of different modes of operation of the equipment, as well as in emergency situations, in addition to model scenarios in situations where the pollutant activities in the impact zone may occur the greatest pollution. 13. If necessary, the service has the right to require the operator to: 13.1. additional information about the software used in the preparation of the project (e.g., in the user instructions) to verify its applicability in a particular case; 13.2. to submit emission calculations the emission factors used in the database (methodology), if it is not available to the public free of charge. 14. Pollutant Emission dispersion calculations use computer programs that: 14.1. provides the ability to perform calculations that results are comparable to the standards of air quality parameters; 14.2. provides the ability to graphically display the results of calculations on the source of contamination surrounding topographic maps; 14.3. provides the ability to perform calculations using these rules referred to in paragraph 24 of the emissions and emission source characteristics; 14.4. the situation according to the typical model of the meteorological conditions that can affect pollution, and the meteorological conditions, which predicted the highest levels of contamination; 14.5. the situation of using the model of meteorological information provided in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 47; 14.6. If necessary, provides a single calculation cycle model pollution from multiple sources; 14.7. providing results, taking into account the existing air pollution (calculated (modeled) or the monitoring of background concentrations of contaminants); 9.2. take into account the emission source in the vicinity of the existing terrain features, building, as well as other factors, if they significantly affect pollution dissipation; 9.3. ensure that the calculated concentrations of contaminants meet the measurement data. 15. the pollutant dispersion calculation uses the rules referred to in annex 2 of the software applications, considering limitations of use. 16. Computer programs, other than those referred to in annex 2 of this rule, use the pollutant dispersion calculations, if the user use the service agreement. 17. for the provisions referred to in paragraph 16 of the agreement, the user shall prepare and submit to the Department an application indicating that the selected computer meets this provision in paragraph 14. The application shall specify the person who can provide information about the selected software and perform the necessary calculations for conformity assessment. The application shall be accompanied by the following information about the selected software: 17.1. user instructions; 17.2. other particulars confirming compliance with these rules of a computer in paragraph 14. 18. By paragraph 17 of these regulations in due receipt of the application referred to in the request for an opinion on the centre concerned the use of a computer contaminant dispersion calculations. The Centre will prepare an opinion within 20 days after receipt of the request. Evaluate software in conformity with the opinion of the rules referred to in point 14 and indicate possible limitations to its use. If the application contains the person does not provide the information, or at the request of the Centre does not provide the necessary calculations, the Center has the right to extend the time limit for the preparation of an opinion by written notice to the applicant and the Department. 19. Service a month from the date of receipt of the application, the use of computer programs under the pollutant dispersion calculations, showing the possible limitations to its use, or indicate why such programs are not able to use. The decision taken in the service to the applicant in writing and shall inform the national Office of environment monitoring.
III. Project content
20. The project identifies all the contaminants for which specific air quality regulations, as well as other substances that emit machine. To make an impact on the air quality assessment, if the equipment emits pollutants, for which no specific air quality regulations, operator: 20.1. you can use World Health Organization guidelines. If the World Health Organization guidelines not mentioned in the relevant air pollutants limit values can be used in the Member States of the European Union guidelines, laid down the limit values or target values; 20.2. consult with staff to find out what air pollutants, which the machine emits significant quantities, not be taken into account in the project. 21. The project indicate the information prepared in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 November 2010, provision no. 1082 "procedures of piesakām A, B, and C categories of activities and pollutants in question permits A and B category contaminating activities" 3. "table in annex pollutant emission limit project". 22. The project identifies all the contaminants that impact on air quality assessment, as well as the appropriate air quality regulations and guidelines. 23. Regardless of the technique, which the operator chosen for the establishment of emissions according to paragraph 5 of these regulations, an operator based in the project emissions. The results of the measurements confirm the project adding accredited laboratory measurements test reports or equipment manufacturer. If the emissions determined using calculation, specify the information about the performed calculations to the extent that there are sufficient repeated the calculation. The operator shall indicate and justify the project select or calculated emission factors and accurate source of information. 24. The project specifies the physical characteristics of emission sources and emissions characteristics according to the table in the "source" of the physical characteristics and the table "of the sources of emissions in the air emitted substances". If the emission is not permanent, the operator will also fill in this rule set out in the annex to table 3, which describes the evolution of emissions. 25. The project provide information on pollutant dispersion calculation for the selected computer, specifying its name, version, type (for example, Gauss, Lagrange), developer, the user's license number and expiration date. The computer program used must comply with these rules 14, 15 and 16 of those requirements. 26. the following project information on the spreading of software used in the calculation of the additional options: 26.1. on pollutant dispersion modelling applied in the areas of relief and building characteristics, indicating the placement of objects and parameters, as well as describing their placement in relation to the emission source. If that software options are not used, the operator justifies it;
26.2. for other additional options that are not mentioned in these rules 26.1 (for example, the emission of zalvjveid scattering calculations, pollutant deposition modeling). 27. when preparing a project in category (A) or (B) in cases of polluting operation if the existing concentration of pollutants outside the work environment exceed the upper assessment threshold for those substances for which it determined in accordance with the legislation on air quality, or 70% of the required limit value or target value for those substances for which assessment of air pollution thresholds are not required, the operator shall take the pollutant dispersion model sensitivity analysis (analysis to find out how much pārmainot to one factor changes another factor). The operator model in the dispersal of pollutants for each of the past three years. In addition to the calculation of parameters assessed the impact of the changes on the results of a calculation in the following cases: 27.1. polluting operations in the impact zone in the shape of the terrain slope is greater than 10%, and its height is at least two times greater than the height of the emission sources; 27.2. the emission source hosted on the roof of the building, or right next to it; 27.3. pollutants in the impact zone of activity in the building, which has a height of at least two times greater than the height of the emission sources; 27.4. the emission source duration does not exceed 2400 hours per year; 27.5. sensitivity analysis is performed when the application is submitted for a new category A polluting activity. 28. The project indicate the existing contamination pollutant activities in the impact zone. If in accordance with the provisions of chapter IV, the operator uses the Center's data, project adds the certificate that is issued by a specific pollutant, the Centre of activity for the preparation of submissions. 29. the basic meteorological data in the project selection, describes the data format and adds a graphical interpretation of wind characteristics (chart, which, on the basis of meteorological data, features a wind mode at a specific location or specific periods). The project adds a certificate issued by the Centre, prepared in accordance with the provisions of the conditions laid down in chapter IV, and in the specific activity of the pollutant for which prepared this statement, weather station, which is used, and the observation duration (in years).
30. The Operator model in the project the pollution to adverse meteorological conditions and basis of calculation used information on the scenario, adverse meteorological conditions or add Center issued certificate, drawn up in accordance with this provision, the conditions laid down in chapter IV. 31. Simulating the scattering of contaminants in stationary objects, choose calculation step from 25 up to 50 m. If modelling is used, in addition to another calculation step, the operator justifies its choice. 32. the calculation of the concentration of pollutants at a relative height marks 2 meters. 33. The project specifies information about all calculations carried out to assess the impact of emissions on air quality, and which are used in the calculation of the distribution of pollutants (modeling), as well as results based summary determination of concentration according to annex 4 of these rules. 34. The pollutant dispersion calculation results display: 34.1. graphical form using this provision, paragraph 36 maps and specifying the amount of the pollutant concentration. If the maximum estimated total concentration of the pollutant outside the work environment does not exceed 30% of the air quality guidelines, regulations or specific limit value or target value, scattering calculation results displaying in graphical form is not required. Each picture indicate the name of the substance and the calculation parameters. Calculation parameters are characterized by specifying the calculation period (for example, year, day, hour), the time interval for the calculation of average size (for example, 30 minutes, an hour, 24 hours), the calculated percentile and other parameters used. The image identifies the areas where compliance is not rated for air quality standards, as well as areas where non-compliance is projected air quality standards or guidelines specified limit value or target value. Izkliež card draw up a transparent scale. If necessary, the project can add multiple maps at different scales; 21.3. the tables (annex 4), indicating the maximum total concentration of the pollutant outside the work environment (calculations on computer printouts or justified in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 33) and point or cell centroīd (network of the geometrical centre of the cell) coordinates, in which it will be observed, as well as facilities in part of the pollution emitted by the sum concentration. Also indicate the total concentration ratio of air quality regulations or guidelines prescribed limit value or target value (percentage). 35. The Operator shall be accompanied by a computer program (which is used in calculations) input and scatter the results of calculations on paper or in electronic form. 36. This rule 34.1. the results referred to in (a) are used to represent the location of the map scale 1:25,000 or larger scale, related to geographic coordinates and describe the equipment relative to the location of the populated areas, residential building, industrial zone, public and trade area, as well as specially protected natural areas protection zones, mikroliegum and, if possible, to the nearest air monitoring stations. On at least one map operator represents all point source locations, as well as the area and type of source volume location and identify the source of emissions by source code. Information about the nature of the terrain and the local building supply at least the level of detail used in the pollutant dispersion modelling. If the application used in the map referred to in this paragraph are plotted objects and territories, this card can use base pollutant dispersion modelling results. 37. The Operator project design analyse pollutant dispersion calculations and assess air quality compliance with laws, regulations and guidelines. 38. If existing polluting activities not intended for stationary pollution source physical characteristics and emission changes, but scattering calculation results exceed air quality standards or guidelines specified limit values or target values, taking into account the changes in the background, the operator project includes measures to ensure that the deadline will be achieved in compliance with air quality standards or guidelines for specific limit values or target values. Measures include organizational and engineering operator of mitigation measures as well as measures to limit emissions as a result of bad weather periods, if this is possible during air quality regulatory limits or you receive complaints about the air quality. The operator shall take the pollutant dispersion calculations to support the projections of time and extent to which the planned measures will ensure air quality improvement and compliance with air quality standards and guidelines. If background concentration increase is not related to the operator, polluting the local authority shall draw up an action programme to improve air quality in accordance with the provisions on air quality. 39. Data necessary for dissipation of pollutants calculated with the computer program shall be accompanied by electronic means.
IV. Procedures provide information about existing pollution and meteorological conditions
40. the pollutant dispersion calculations the operator requests the Centre for information about an existing pollution levels (background concentration) polluting activities possible impact zone, which has the effect of air quality regulations. The current level of pollution characterize the contaminant concentration of polluting activities possible in the impact zone, not including polluting activities. Polluting activities may impact zone to determine the background concentration is the area around polluting activities location distance equivalent to 20 top emissions source height but not less than 2000 m. Introduced substances for which no specific air quality regulations, existing pollution levels indicate where the Centre or the operator has the following data. 41. The Operator shall take the pollutant dispersion calculations for the contaminating activities, respecting the impact zone-specific meteorological conditions. Pollutant dispersion modelling used one year consecutive hours of meteorological data or data of three years, where, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 27 should be carried out to the operator of pollutants dispersion model sensitivity analysis. In addition the operator model in the scenario of unfavourable meteorological conditions. 42. The Operator shall submit the written application, requests the Centre: 42.1. details on the existing air pollution; 26.2. data on pollution to adverse meteorological conditions; 26.3. meteorological conditions in the raksturojošo parameters in the pollutant may impact the operational area. 43. The provision in paragraph 42 the application operator: 43.1. polluting activities; 43.2. the contaminants, which are intended to make the calculation of scattering; 43.3. the required meteorological parameters and the number of years of observation; 43.4. higher emissions source height (m). 44. the Centre within 10 working days after this provision in paragraph 42 of receipt of the application, provide the operator information about: 44.1. the concentrations of pollutants, which definitely air quality regulations. The information is provided in accordance with the provisions of annex 5 of 1., 2., 3., 4. and 5.; 44.2. each contaminant dispersal of adverse meteorological conditions (meteorological polluting activities possible in the impact zone, in which the observed or predicted the highest pollution). Information provided in accordance with the provisions of annex 5, table for one or more episodes. 45. If the Center does not have this rule 42.1 and 42.2.. information referred to in the center of seven working days after the receipt of the application, the operator sends a reasoned refusal. 46. This provision 45. in the case referred to in paragraph operator pollutant dispersion calculations, taking into account the pollution sources that directly affect air quality in the place of business of the operator log and its impact zone. Information about these sources requires operator service. Service 14 working days upon receipt of the application to prepare and send to the operator by mail or electronically the information requested. 47. to ensure that pollutant dispersion calculations necessary information on local meteorological conditions, the Centre shall establish appropriate database. The database includes the following meteorological conditions raksturojošo parameters in each of the meteorological observation network stations: 29.3. year; 47.2. the day; 47.3. the hour; 47.4. ground-level temperature – the temperature of the air to a height of two meters from the ground surface (° C); 29.5. wind speed – 10 minutes mean horizontal wind speed at 10 metres from the ground surface (m/s); 29.6. wind direction, wind direction 10 meters from the ground surface (°);
29.6. the total quantity of clouds-sky part, covered with all types of clouds (traffic); 47.8. albedo-reflectance surface and received radiation ratio (%) 29.8. the surface heat flow (W/m2); 47.10. mixing height (m); 47.11. Monin-Obuhov length (m). 48. If the operator under this rule 43.3. the requirements referred to in subparagraph requesting information about the meteorological parameters that are included in this rule referred to in paragraph 47 of the database, the Center seven days to prepare and electronically send the operator information that describes the meteorological conditions polluting activities in the impact zone. 49. If the operator under this rule 43.3. the requirements referred to in subparagraph requesting information about the meteorological parameters not included this provision in paragraph 47 database, the Centre shall prepare and send to the month the operator the required meteorological parameters, if they are at the disposal of the Centre and are necessary for the operator to use for the selected computer or can improve contaminant modeling of izkliež quality. If the Center does not have such a data center within three days, send to the operator a reasonable refusal, as well as recommendations for future action the operator. 50. the Centre the information specified in these provisions provide for a fee according to the regulations about the Centre's public paid services price list, except information that is necessary for the control of the service. The validity of the information provided is three years.
V. closing question 51. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 22 April 2003, the rules no 200 "rules on stationary sources of pollution emission limit project development" (Latvian journal, 2003, nr. 63; 2006, nr. 3). Prime Minister-Minister of prosperity I. Viņķel environmental protection and regional development Minister e. Sprūdž of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 April 2013 regulations No 182 calculation scenarios the original parameter check conditions
Nr. PO box Determination of emission limit periods1 scope of operation mode 1. Permission slip sources listed in 1.1. Long-term emission limits according to the project and the emission limit values in real or nominal capacity (whichever is greater) or permit the required production capacity in the Real mode of operation for the past two gados2 or planned operation mode (new installation) 1.2. Short term according to limit emissions and emission limit values for the project in real or nominal capacity (whichever is greater) or permit the required production capacity continuous activity 2. Pollution sources that directly affect air quality in the place of business of the operator log and its impact area 2.1. Long-term emission limit average annual capacity over the past two gados2 the actual operation mode the last two gados2 2.2. Short-term emission limit average annual capacity over the past two gados2 continuous activity notes. 1 according to the air quality laws, regulations or guidelines. 2 except in the last two-year period is not representative. Environmental protection and regional development Minister e. Sprūdž in annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 April 2013 regulations No 182 scatter calculations used computer programs no. PO box Name restrictions of a Software Developer for use 1. ADM 3 or later versions of Office environment of Cambridge consultants-LAMBERT (Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants) 2. STATE Road 2, or a newer version of the Cambridge environmental consultants Bureau-LAMBERT (Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants) 3. EnviMan Firm (Sweden) If both OPSI is available on the digital map and database of sources for a particular area of environmental protection and regional development Minister e. Sprūdž in annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 April 2013 regulations No 182 emission Dynamics table 1 monthly variation of emission source pollutant viela2: kods1: value 3 months January February March April May June July August September October November December days table 2 variations of the emission source kods1 : Piesārņojošā viela2: Stundas Vērtības3 no pirmdienas līdz piektdienai sestdiena svētdiena 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Piezīmes. 1 source code-emission source code under the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 November 2010, provision no. 1082 "procedures of piesakām A, B, and C categories of activities and pollutants in question permits A and B category contaminating activities" 3. "to the table specified in the source physical characteristics". 2-pollutant pollutant code under the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 November 2010, provision no. 1082 "procedures of piesakām A, B, and C categories of activities and pollutants in question permits A and B category contaminating activities" 3. "from the specified table sources of emissions in the air emitted substances". 3 column "value indicates the percentage of pollutant emissions for the unit of time (a month, or hour) to total emissions per unit of time (year or 24-hour).
Environmental protection and regional development Minister e. Sprūdž in annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 April 2013 regulations No 182 scattering calculation results No. PO box Pollutant polluting activities maximum pollution emitted by koncentrācija1 (μg/m3) the maximum total koncentrācija2 (μg/m3) the calculation period/time interval calculation of point or cell centroīd koordinātas3 Polluting activities part of pollution emitted by the sum concentration (%) Concentration of pollutants in relation to the air quality normatīvu4 (%)
The notes. 1 the maximum pollutants concentrations of pollution emitted by the activities determined by the territory in which the estimated compliance with air quality standards or guidelines, using the pollutant dispersion calculation computer programs created the data set before it by reference to the interpolation. 2 the maximum cumulative concentration in the territory in which the estimated compliance with air quality standards or guidelines, using the pollutant dispersion calculation computer programs created the data set before it the interpolation reference and in the light of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 April 2013 rule 182 "rules on stationary sources of pollution emission limit project development" 5. the conditions referred to in the annex. 3 Calculation of point or cell centroīd, which estimated the maximum total concentration and located in the territory in which the estimated compliance with air quality standards or guidelines. 4 the maximum total concentration relative to the air quality limit values, target values, or the values laid down in the guidelines (in percentage). Environmental protection and regional development Minister e. Sprūdž in annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 April 2013 regulations No 182 background concentrations of contaminants and contaminant dispersal of adverse meteorological conditions
1. Center for information on the background of the pollutant concentrations: 1. expressed as a set of data that includes the current level (background) the rows of data that describes contaminant annual average concentrations of polluting activities possible in the impact zone, the data set corner coordinates and computes step; 1.2. the calendar year for which the information on meteorological parameters. If information on the meteorological parameters are not required at the existing information on the pollution level, the operator provides a consistent set of data (the data that describes a particular calendar year) of total concentration. 2. The information referred to in point 1.1 of the operator in the project represents a graphical way. 3. this paragraph or cell coordinates centroīd, in which the maximum total concentration forecast, the operator is determined using the pollutant dispersion calculation computer programs created the data set before it by reference to the interpolation. 4. Summary of concentration is determined by summing the 3-d identical substance of the existing level of the data set with the corresponding calculation software of distribution of the created data set. 5. The number of the corresponding excess value is determined based on the sum of the concentration values. 6. If the current level of pollution is determined in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 April 2013 rule 182 "rules on emissions from stationary pollution sources limit the development of the project" 46, the maximum total concentration operator determines one calculation cycle simulating pollution dissipation of all emission sources affecting air quality pollutant activities in the impact zone, and polluting actions of emission sources. Table of adverse meteorological conditions no p. k substance meteorological conditions hours concentration (µ g/m3), the date and time of the wind direction wind speed temperature mixing height surface heat flow 1. SO2 2. NO2 3. PM10 4. Benzols 5. CO 6. Other substances that determine air quality regulations for environmental protection and regional development Minister Sprūdž in the E.