Regulation (2013:253) On The Incineration Of Waste

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:253) om förbränning av avfall

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section 1 of this Regulation shall apply to operations with the combustion of

solid or liquid waste in an incineration plant and

activities with the treatment of waste waters from the cleaning of

exhaust gases from an incinerator. Regulation

contains provisions on the



– the application of (2 – 20 sections),



– waste and residues (21-26 sections),



– certain preventive measures (paragraphs 27 to 30),



-chimney, temperature, support burners, absolute

limit values and heat recovery (paragraphs 31 to 37),



-measurements and measurement results (§§ 38-53),



-calculations of dioxins and furans (54),



-calculations in the percentage of oxygen (55),



– emissions to air from waste incineration plants

(paragraphs 56 to 66),



– emissions to air from co-incineration in cement kilns

(paragraphs 67 to 70),



– mixing calculation for co-incineration (paragraphs 71 to 79),



– air emissions from energy plants (80-96 section),



– air emissions from industrial facilities (paragraphs 97 to 99),



– emissions, waste water (100 – 103 §§)



– change of an activity (paragraph 104),



– dispenser (105),



-information in the environmental report (106), and



– information to the environmental protection agency and the European

the Commission (paragraphs 107-109).



The regulation is notified pursuant to Chapter 9. section 5 of the environmental code in

question about 17 to 47 and 49 to 103 sections, with the backing of the chapter 9. 6 §

the environmental code in terms of section 104 and otherwise under Chapter 8.

section 7 of the Constitution.



Definitions



section 2 of the waste and domestic waste for the purposes of this regulation,

the same as in chapter 15. the environmental code.



section 3 of the hazardous waste and waste oils as referred to in this regulation

the same as in the waste regulation (2011:927).



4 section With incineration of waste referred to in this regulation

thermal treatment of waste by oxidation or other

heat treatment processes such as pyrolysis, gasification or

plasma process, insofar as the topics from the treatment then

burnt.



paragraph 5 of the combustion plant as referred to in this regulation a

stationary or mobile technical plant where waste

burnt. In an incineration plant within the meaning of this

regulation included



1. the entire facility and the area belonging to the facility

with all incineration lines, areas, equipment and

system linked to the waste treatment, and



2. everything in the plant related to thermal treatment

of waste by oxidation or any subsequent

combustion process.



section 6 of the waste incineration plant referred to in this

Regulation a combustion plant



1. intended for incineration, with or without

recycling of produced energy,



2. where the incineration of waste is done in such a way that it

main purpose of the plant is not considered

the production of energy or materials,



3. where more than 40% of the resulting heat release comes from

incineration of hazardous waste, or



4. where it is incinerated household waste than waste

According to annex 4 to the waste regulations (2011:927)

of any of the waste types in Chapter 20 01 and is

sorted or is covered by any of the waste types in

under Chapter 20 02.



7 § With co-incineration plant in accordance with this regulation a

combustion plant



1. is mainly intended for the production of energy or

material but where waste is used as a regular or

additional fuel or heat treated in order to be able to

disposed of, and



2. is not a waste incineration plant.



section 8 of this regulation, '



energy plant: co-incineration plant that mainly

produce energy, and



industrial plant: co-incineration plant that is not a

energy plant or cement furnace.



section 9 With stack referred to in this regulation cover a design

contains one or more exhaust gas channels through which

the flue gas is discharged in the air.



section 10 of the supervisory authority referred to in this regulation, the

According to the environmental protection Decree (2011:13) exercises

operational oversight of a combustion plant.



section 11 of this regulation, '



State: such a condition referred to in Chapter 9.

Environment Act or the equivalent older provisions,



licensing conditions: a condition of a permit that is valid for

a combustion plant, and



injunction constraint: a constraint in an order from

the supervisory authority addressed to the operator of the activity

on a combustion plant.



section 12 Of 2002-facility referred to in this regulation cover a

combustion plant



1. by 28 december 2002 was operational and was covered by

a condition,



2. by 28 december 2002 were subject to a condition

or of a notification under regulations issued by

support of Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code, and was operational by 28

December 2003,



3. before 28 december 2002, was subject to a complete and

complete application for a permit and was operational by the

december 28, 2004, or



4. is one co-incineration plant incineration of waste

began before on 28 december 2004, on the complex was then

in operation as a stationary or mobile plant intended for

the production of energy or material and subject to the

permit required for the plant before the burning of

waste was started.



section 13, 2013-plant referred to in this regulation cover a

combustion plant has been in operation before 7

January 2014, if the facility before 7 January 2013

covered by a State or by a complete and

complete application for a permit.



section 14 With normal dry gas referred to in this regulation cover dry flue gas

normalized to 273.15 kelvin temperature and pressure

101.3 kilopascals.



section 15 for the purposes of this regulation,



antimony: antimony and its compounds, expressed as

antimony,

arsenic: arsenic and its compounds, expressed as

arsenic,



lead: lead and its compounds, expressed as lead,



cadmium: cadmium and its compounds, expressed as

cadmium,

Cobalt: cobalt and koboltföreningar expressed as

cobalt,



copper: copper and its compounds, expressed as copper,



chromium: chromium and chromium compounds, expressed as chromium,



Mercury: Mercury and its compounds, expressed

like mercury,



NOx: nitrogen dioxide and nitrogen monoxide expressed as

nitrogen dioxide,



manganese: manganese and manganese compounds expressed as manganese,



Nickel: nickel and its compounds, expressed as nickel,



suspended solids: organic or inorganic particles

who can settle, and



Vanadium: vanadium and its compounds, expressed as

vanadium.

16 § With residual product referred to in this regulation

liquid or solid waste that occurs in a

waste incineration plant, or

co-incineration plant.



Exemptions from the application of



section 17 of this Regulation shall not apply to establishments where

the waste is treated only



1. waste vegetable matter from agriculture or

forest management and can be used as fuel for recycling

energy content,



2. vegetable waste from agriculture and forestry,



3. vegetable waste from the food processing industry, if the

heat generated by the incineration is recovered,



4. fibrous vegetable waste incurred by

production of paper from pulp or paper production

from pulp, if it is co-incinerated at the place of production

and the heat generated by the incineration is recovered,



5. the Cork waste,



6. wood waste, wood waste is a waste of

because it is construction or demolition waste or of any

Another reason is likely to contain organic

halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment

with wood preservatives or coating,



7. radioactive waste,



8. animal bodies, subject to the other provisions of

animal carcasses, or



9. waste from prospecting or mining of an oil-

or gas discovery from an offshore platform, if the waste

burnt on the platform.



section 18 of this Regulation shall not apply to



1. experimental facilities for research, development and

testing in order to improve the incineration process, if the

treat less than 50 tonnes of waste per year,



2. gasification or pyrolysis plants, if gases from

gasification or pyrolysbehandlingen is purified in such

extent that they, when they in turn are burned, do not entail

higher emissions than burning natural gas, or



3. waste explosives that for security reasons, can not

incinerated in a facility that meets the requirements of this

Regulation or the provisions adopted pursuant to

the regulation.



Conditions in permits and orders



section 19 of this Regulation shall apply in addition to the licence conditions and

order conditions.



Operation, maintenance and control of combustion plants



section 20 of The doing business with the incineration of waste at

an incineration plant shall ensure that



1. the operation and control of the plant is carried out by at least

a natural person who is competent to manage the plant,

and



2. the measures taken otherwise necessary to comply with this

Regulation.



Acceptance of waste



section 21 of the operator of an incineration plant shall, for the

waste is received or intended to be received for the combustion



1. understanding of what waste is a waste type

attributable to according to annex 4 to the waste regulations

(2011:927),



2. check that the waste should be incinerated in

the facility and must be incinerated in the,



3. record the amount received in each waste type


or, to the extent that it is not possible to attribute the waste

to a certain type of waste, in the notes describe the

physical, physical and chemical properties and any

hazardous properties,



4. save your notes in three years, and



5. leave notes to the supervisory authority if

authority requests it.



section 22 of the operator of an incineration plant shall, before

hazardous waste is received for incineration



1. obtain information about waste and its emergence

contained in the documents required under the



a) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006

of 14 June 2006 on shipments of waste,



b) Act (2006:263) on the transport of dangerous goods or

regulations issued under the Act, or



c) waste regulations (2011:927),



2. obtain the additional information in the case of

its physical and chemical composition, in terms of

the hazardous properties of the waste, in the case of substances which are waste

cannot be mixed with, in the case of precautionary measures required

in the handling of the waste or otherwise needed to

assess its suitability for the intended incineration,



3. ensure that the waste is in compliance with

the information referred to in 1 and 2, take representative

samples and analyze them,



4. save the samples until a month has passed from the

the waste is burned, and



5. submit the samples to the supervisory authority, if the authority

request it.



Samples as referred to in the first subparagraph 3 should be taken before the waste unloaded

at the facility, if this is not inappropriate. The samples must

be taken and analyzed in a way that makes it possible for

the operator and the supervisory authority to determine

in the nature.



section 23 of The permit conditions or conditions that

means that the requirements of sections 21 and 22 in whole or in part

need to be met may be used, if the condition relating to such

incineration of waste



1. takes place in an activity covered by Chapter 2. section 1, Chapter 4. 12

or section 16, Chapter 5. 1, 4, 10, 18, 19, 34, 35, 37 or 39 §,

Chapter 6. section 1, Chapter 7. section 1, Chapter 8. 1 or section 6, Chapter 9. 1 or 2

§, Chapter 11. 2 or 4 section, Chapter 12. 1, 2, 3, 5 or section 14,

Chapter 14. 1, 5, 8, 10 or section 14, chapter 15. 1, 3, 6, 9, 10 or

section 14, Chapter 16. section 1, chapter 17. section 4, chapter 19. section 1, chapter 21. 1, 5

or section 6, Chapter 28. paragraph 3, or 29. 3, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24,

25, 30, 35, 36, 38, 39, 49, 50, 54 or 58 §

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251), and



2. only covers waste generated in the

licensed activities and in the place where the

combustion takes place.



Management of waste



section 24 the operator of an incineration plant shall, in the case of

to receive waste and leave waste take the measures

needed to, as far as possible, prevent or restrict

pollution of air, soil, surface water and groundwater, other

negative effects on the environment, as well as odors, noise, and other

inconvenience to people's health.



section 25 of the Waste from the healthcare system as referred to in

regulations announced by the National Board of health and welfare is infectious

refuse must not be confused or kept in other

types of waste. It should be placed straight in the furnace without direct

handling.



section 26 of the operator of an incineration plant shall, in the case of

residues shall take the necessary measures to



1. minimize restprodukternas amount and harmfulness,



2. transport the dry dust in such a way that it does not

spread in the environment,



3. analyze residues in order to determine their

physical and chemical characteristics and the polluting potential,

and



4. recycle the residues in or outside the plant, if

This is possible.



The analyses referred to in the first subparagraph 3 should refer to restprodukternas

total soluble fraction and the soluble fraction of

heavy metals. Analyses should be made before deciding on

which way the residues to be recovered or

disposed of.



Measures to prevent unauthorized or accidental discharges



section 27 of an incinerator and the landfill and

other areas belonging to the facility to have the design

and operations on them, will be carried out as



1. that the facility, areas and operation are appropriate

to prevent unauthorized or accidental discharges of

polluting substances into soil, surface water and groundwater,



2. that there is the capacity to store polluted storm water from

the plant and the areas that belong to it and store

such water in areas that have been contaminated in connection with

spillage or fire-fighting operations, and



3. that the capacity referred to in 2 is sufficient to

water, when necessary, to be analyzed and treated before the

are placed.



section 28 of an incineration plant shall be equipped with a

operation of the automatic system that prevents administration of

waste during periods when



1. the plant starts until the temperature is reached in the

the flue gases as required by this regulation,



2. the temperature of the flue gases required under this

Regulation is not maintained, and



3. the continuous measurements required by this

regulation shows that a limit value

is exceeded and the overrun is due to disturbances or failures of the

flue gas cleaning equipment.



If a permit conditions or conditions in terms of

a given waste category or a specific thermal process involves

requirements for different temperature than the one referred to in the first subparagraph 1

and 2, to the temperature specified in condition apply when

the first subparagraph of paragraph 1 and 2 shall be applied to the waste category

or process. The condition, however, should not be applied so as to

causes more waste products or higher levels of polluting

organic compounds in sewage sludge.



section 29 of an incineration plant shall be of a design and

operations on the conducted so that



1. If a limit value according to §§ 56-100

is exceeded



a) incineration of waste never incessantly continues with

exceeded the limit value for longer than four hours in

facility or in a single oven that is connected to the

equipment for flue gas treatment that the overrun is attributable

to, and



(b)) the duration of the burning continues with exceeded

the restriction value exceeds 60 hours per

years, and



2. in the event of a breakdown, the operation is being restricted or stopped as soon as

practicable and until normal operations can

resume.



A provision on the absolute limit values during periods

referred to in the first subparagraph are found in section 34.



Measures to reduce slag, bottom ash and

loss of ignition



section 30 when burned in an incineration plant shall

the measures taken in respect of the pre-treatment of waste and

the operation of the facility is needed to



1. the total amount of organic carbon in the slag and bottom ashes

should be less than three percent of the dry weight of the material, or



2. their loss on ignition must be less than five per cent of

dry weight.



Chimney



section 31 of the Emissions of exhaust gases from an incinerator shall

be done in a controlled manner through a chimney that has the

height needed to protect human health and the environment

as well as taking into account the environmental quality standards for air quality.



The furnace gas temperature



32 § an incineration plant shall be designed, equipped

and built and operated in such a way that, even in the

most unfavourable conditions, the temperature of the combustion gases in the

the combustion process is raised in a controlled and homogeneous

way to



1. at least 850 degrees Celsius and keeps at least that level during

at least two seconds, or



2. at least 1 100 degrees Celsius and keep at least the level

for at least two seconds, if the loss relating to dangerous

waste containing more than 1% organic

halogen compounds expressed as chlorine.



In a waste incineration plant to temperatures measured

near the inner wall of the combustion chamber. The measurement may be

be made at another representative point of the combustion chamber,

If such a measurement point is specified in a licence conditions or

order conditions. In a waste incineration plant shall

requirement referred to in the first subparagraph if the two-second residence time for

the flue gas after the last administration of the

combustion air.



A permit conditions or conditions in question

If a given waste category or a specific thermal process

different from what is stated in the first and second subparagraphs,

applied. In the case of waste incineration plants, a

such application however does not cause more residues or

higher concentrations of polluting organic substances in

the residues.



Support burner



33 § in a waste incineration plant, each line be

equipped with at least one support burner



1. start automatically when the temperature of the combustion gases after the

the last supply of combustion air



a) is less than 850 degrees Celsius, or



b) is less than 1 100 degrees Celsius, if loss concerns

hazardous waste containing more than one percent organic

halogen compounds, expressed as chlorine, and



2. use during periods when the plant is put into operation or

be taken out of service so that the temperature required by 1

are maintained when there is unburned waste in

the combustion chamber.



During the periods referred to in the first subparagraph 2 shall support burner

not be fired with a fuel that can cause higher emissions than

what the resulting from the combustion of diesel fuels referred

in 4 and 5 §§ sulfur Regulation (2014:509).



A permit conditions or conditions in question

If a given waste category or a specific thermal process


different from what is stated in the first and second subparagraphs,

applies, if it does not cause more residues or higher

levels of polluting organic compounds in sewage sludge.

Regulation (2014:512).



Absolute constraint values



34 section During a period referred to in section 29 as a

exceeding of a limit value is in progress or when a

accident emissions into air from a

waste incineration plant shall not under any circumstances

on average during each half-hour in terms of



1. dust contain more than 150 milligrams per cubic meter of normal

dry gas,



2. total organic carbon contain more than what is said in paragraph 59,

and



3. carbon monoxide include more than what is stated in paragraph 66

subparagraph 2 (a).



35 section where for one co-incineration plant shall apply

any such permit conditions or conditions that

referred to in section 28, 32 or 33, emissions into the air from the

the plant does not contain



1. more total organic carbon than that which corresponds to the requirements of a

waste incineration plant in 57 § 2 and § 59, or



2. more carbon monoxide than the corresponding to the requirements of a

waste incineration plant in section 66.



36 § From one co-incineration plant which is a bark-fired boiler

in the pulp and paper industry emissions into air

contain more total organic carbon than that which corresponds to

the requirements for a waste incineration plant in 57 § 2 and § 59,

If



1. boiler was in operation and was subject to a condition

before 28 december 2002 and



2. such permit conditions or conditions that

referred to in section 28, 32 or 33 is applied to the bark boiler.



Recovery of heat



37 § any heat generated in the combustion plant shall

be recycled as much as possible.



Measurements



38 section At an incinerator, the measurement equipment and

technology can be used as needed to monitor and control

compliance with this regulation.



section 39 the measurements made for pursuant to this regulation

check the pollutants in the emissions to air and water,

be made in such a way that the measurement results are

representative of the actual concentration of

pollution.



Emission controls under this Regulation shall be in a manner

consistent with relevant and current standards

has been developed by the European Committee for standardisation

CEN in the field of



1. sampling and analysis of pollutants,



2. quality assurance of automated measuring systems, and



3. reference methods to calibrate automated measurement

measuring systems.



If there is no relevant and current CEN standard,

should the control be done in a way that has an equivalent

scientific quality and conform to a standard that

has been produced by the International

Organization for Standardization (ISO) or any other

international or national standard.



section 40 of the automated measuring systems used for emission control

at least once annually checked for

installation and function by means of parallel measurements with the

reference methods of measurement.



41 § automated measuring systems shall be so designed that in case

a constraint value under this regulation relating to the

average for one day's measurement uncertainty expressed as

95% confidence interval for individual measurement values, in

question about



1. carbon monoxide not more than 10% of the limit value,



2. sulfur dioxide up to 20 per cent of the limit value,



3. nitrogen dioxide up to 20 per cent of the limit value,



4. dust up to 30% of the limit value,



5. total organic carbon less than 30% of

limit value,



6. hydrogen chloride up to 40 per cent of the limit value, and



7. hydrogen fluoride not more than 40 per cent of the limit value.



Measurement of flue gas



42 § measurements of flue gases in a combustion plant shall



1. in the case of temperature, pressure, oxygen content and content of

water vapor is made continuously, and



2. in the case of residence time, minimum temperature and the oxygen content of

be done in an appropriate manner at least once when the

the property is placed in service and under the most unfavourable

conditions of overload.



Notwithstanding the first subparagraph 1 does not need the water vapour content

be measured continuously, if the sampled exhaust gas is dried before the emissions

analyzed.



Measurement of pollutants in emissions to air



43 § measurements of emissions to the air from a

incineration plant shall



1. in the case of dust, TOC, HCL,

hydrogen fluoride, sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxide be made

continuously, and



2. in the case of mercury, cadmium, thallium, arsenic, lead,

chromium, copper, nickel, zinc, dioxins and furans shall be made at least

once every three months during the first 12

operation months and then at least twice a year.



Despite the first paragraph 1 need measurements of HF won't

be done continuously, if such processing steps is used as

ensure that the limit value of the emissions of hydrogen chloride

compliance and emissions of HF instead measured periodically

According to that of the polluting substances referred to in the first

subparagraph 2.



section 44 authorisation conditions or conditions that

means that there is no need for continuous measurement of

hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, or sulphur dioxide may be applied, if

emissions of the pollutant can under no circumstances be

exceed the throttling values in this regulation.



Measurement of pollutants in waste water



45 § wastewater from an incineration plant shall

be checked at the point where the waste waters are discharged and

by



1. continuously measure the water's acidity (pH), temperature

and flow,



2. at least once a day, take the sampling for total

suspended matter or take representative

flow-proportional dygnsprover,



3. at least once a month to a representative

monthly daily tests for mercury, cadmium,

thallium, arsenic, lead, chromium, copper, nickel and zinc, and



4. at least once every three months during the first

twelve months of operation and thereafter at least once every six months to measure

dioxins and furans.



Measurements as referred to in the first subparagraph 2 to 4 shall be made with unfiltered

sample. In the case of suspended solids, the measurements

be made as required by regulations that have

issued under Chapter 9. section 5 of the environmental code on the control of

urban waste water discharges.



section 46 Of the waste water from the purification of exhaust gases is treated on the

a combustion plant together with urban waste water

other sources at the facility, the measurements according to § 45

be done



1. on the waste water stream from the exhaust gases prior to its input

to the common facility for the treatment of

waste water,



2. on the other waste water stream or streams prior to its or their input into the

common plant for the treatment of waste water,

and

3. at the point where the waste waters are discharged after

complete purification.



Sampling and measuring points



47 § If the location of the sampling or measurement points are not

determined in a permit for an incineration plant, the

the operator of the facility to propose a location and submit

the proposal to the supervisory authority.



48 section in a case referred to in section 47, the supervisory authority shall

decide where the sampling or measurement points shall be placed

and submit to the operator to comply with the decision.



Measurement results



49 § all measurement results from the monitoring of emissions as needed

to comply with this regulation, or to comply with the

condition that the property is subject to registration,

processed and presented in a way that makes it possible for

the supervisory authority to check that the regulation and

authorization are followed.



section 50 of the results of the measurements referred to in sections 43 and 44 shall be counted

If taking into account the oxygen levels under this regulation

apply to the current limitation value and according to the

the calculation rule in section 55.



For a facility where hazardous waste is incinerated and emissions

of pollutants are reduced by exhaust gas treatment, recount

referred to in the first subparagraph shall be done only if the oxygen content measured

in connection with the measurement of the pollutant

exceed the oxygen content referred to in the first subparagraph.



A permit conditions or conditions which means

the recalculation shall be made to another certain oxygen level than the

referred to in the first subparagraph may be applied, if the waste

incinerated in a syreanrikad atmosphere and the oxygen content

specified in the condition reflects the particular circumstances

added to because of it.



51 § average values for days, half hour periods and

ten minute periods laid down in this Regulation shall relate to the periods

When the plant is in operation. Periods when the plant is put into

operation or is taken out of service to be covered only if the waste

burned during such a period.



Average values for half hour periods and

ten minute periods should be validated for the uncertainty of measurement,

multiply the average of days in case of



1. carbon monoxide with 0.90,



2. sulfur dioxide by 0.80;



3. nitrogen oxides by 0.80;



4. dust with 0.70,



5. total organic carbon with 0.70,



6. hydrogen chloride with 0.60,



7. hydrogen fluoride with 0.60.



These validated values are the values that should be compared to

throttle values.



52 § an average value for the day is invalid if more than five

of the half-hourly average values over a day have been rejected on

because of a malfunction in the automatic measuring system or

maintenance of the system.



section 53 for one year, a maximum of ten average values for days

discarded due to malfunction in the automatic


the measuring system or the maintenance of the system.



Calculation of dioxins and furans



§ 54 the provisions of this regulation concerning dioxins and

furans refers to polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and

dibenzofurans. For the purposes of the regulation, the

total concentration of dioxins and furans calculated using

account of the dioxinernas and furanernas toxicity

so that the total concentration is specified as the sum of



1. the concentration of 2, 3, 7, 8-tetraklordibensodioxin

(TCDD) multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn 1,



2. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 7, 8-pentaklordibensodioxin

(PeCDD) multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn

0.5,

3. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 4, 7,

8-hexaklordibensodioxin (HxCDD) multiplied by the toxic

ekvivalensfaktorn 0.1,



4. concentration of 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-hexaklordibensodioxin

(HxCDD) multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn

0.1,

5. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 7, 8,

9-hexaklordibensodioxin (HxCDD) multiplied by the toxic

ekvivalensfaktorn 0.1,



6. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,

8-heptaklordibensodioxin (HpCDD) multiplied by the

toxic 0.01 ekvivalensfaktorn,



7. the concentration of oktaklordibensodioxin (OCDD)

multiplied by the toxic 0.001 ekvivalensfaktorn;



8. concentration of 2, 3, 7, 8-tetraklordibensofuran (TCDF)

multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn 0.1,



9. the concentration of 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-pentaklordibensofuran

(PeCDF) multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn

0.5,

10. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 7,

8-pentaklordibensofuran (PeCDF) multiplied by the toxic

ekvivalensfaktorn 0.05,



11. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-hexaklordibensofuran

(HxCDF) multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn

0.1,

12. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 6, 7,

8-hexaklordibensofuran (HxCDF) multiplied by the toxic

ekvivalensfaktorn 0.1,



13. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-hexaklordibensofuran

(HxCDF) multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn

0.1,

14. the concentration of 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,

8-hexaklordibensofuran (HxCDF) multiplied by the toxic

ekvivalensfaktorn 0.1,



15. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,

8-heptaklordibensofuran (HpCDF) multiplied by the toxic

ekvivalensfaktorn 0.01;



16. the concentration of 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8,

9-heptaklordibensofuran (HpCDF) multiplied by the toxic

ekvivalensfaktorn 0.01, and



17. the concentration of oktaklordibensofuran (OCDF)

multiplied by the toxic ekvivalensfaktorn 0.001.



Calculation of emissions by percentage of oxygen



section 55 Of the emissions for the purposes of this regulation,

is determined by calculating the emission concentration at the

percentage of oxygen, the emission concentration shall be deemed to have

the value corresponding to the result of that



1. reduce the number 21 with the number that indicates the percentage

oxygen content,



2. reduce the number 21 with the number indicating the measured

percentage of oxygen



3. divide the result by calculation according to 1 with the result

by calculation according to the 2, and



4. multiply the result of the calculation according to 3 with the

number that indicates the percentage emission concentration that have

measured at the measured oxygen levels.



Emissions to air from waste incineration plants



56 § throttling values in sections 57 to 66 refers to normal dry gas with

11% oxygen. The incineration of waste oil concerns

However, the throttling values 3% oxygen.



In paragraph, there is a provision that conversion to oxygen

should not be done at the incineration of hazardous waste in some

case.



57 § From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air, on average, during each day do not contain



1. dust with more than 10 milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry

gas,



2. total organic carbon with more than the equivalent to 10

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas,



3. HCL with more than 10 milligrams per cubic meter of normal

dry gas,



4. hydrogen fluoride with more than 1 milligram per cubic meter of normal

dry gas,



5. sulphur dioxide by more than 50 milligrams per cubic meter of normal

dry gas, and



6. nitrogen oxides by more than



a) 400 milligrams per cubic meter of dry flue gas, if the facility

is a 2002-plant whose combustion capacity is a maximum of 6

ton per hour, or



b) 200 milligram per cubic meter of dry flue gas, if the facility

not covered by (a).



section 58 From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air in the case of dust



1. during every half hour in 97 percent of all

half hour periods in a year do not contain more than 10

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



2. during each half-hour doesn't contain more than

30 milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



59 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air in terms of total organic carbon



1. during every half hour in 97 percent of all

half hour periods in a year do not contain more than 10

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



2. during each half-hour doesn't contain more than

20 milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



60 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air in the case of hydrogen chloride



1. during every half hour in 97 percent of all

half hour periods in a year do not contain more than 10

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



2. during each half-hour doesn't contain more than

60 milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



61 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air in the case of hydrogen fluoride



1. during every half hour in 97 percent of all

half hour periods in a year do not contain more than 2

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



2. during each half-hour doesn't contain more than 4

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



62 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air in terms of sulphur dioxide



1. during every half hour in 97 percent of all

half hour periods in a year do not contain more than 50

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



2. during each half-hour doesn't contain more than

200 milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



63 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air in the case of nitrogen oxides



1. during every half hour in 97 percent of all

half hour periods in a year do not contain more than 200

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



2. during each half-hour doesn't contain more than

400 milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



The first subparagraph shall not apply if the facility is a

2002-plant whose combustion capacity does not exceed 6 tonnes per

hour.



64 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air on average during any period that is at least 30 minutes

and not more than 8 hours long, not contain, whether in solid form,

liquid or gaseous form;



1. more cadmium or thallium than total 0.05 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas,



2. more than a total of mercury 0.05 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



3. more antimony, arsenic, lead, chromium, cobalt, copper, manganese,

nickel or vanadium than total 0.5 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas.



65 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air on average during any period that is at least 6 hours

and not more than 8 hours long doesn't contain more dioxins or

furans, whether in solid, liquid or gaseous form;

than a total of 0.1 nanograms per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



66 section From a waste incineration plant emissions into

air in the case of carbon monoxide



1. during each day in 97% of all days

in one year do not contain more than 50 milligrams per

cubic meters of dry gas, and



2. on average during



a) every half an hour in a twenty-four hour period does not contain

more than 100 milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



b) each ten minute period in 95% of all

ten-minute periods in a twenty-four hour period does not

contain more than 150 milligrams per cubic meters of dry gas.



Notwithstanding the first subparagraph 2 (b) emissions on average during each

ten minute period in 95 percent of all the ten minute periods

over a period of seven daily contain 150 milligrams of carbon monoxide

per cubic metre of dry gas, if the combustion process means that

the gas that arises is heated to at least 1 100 degrees Celsius

for at least two seconds.



A permit conditions or conditions in question

If a waste incineration plant with fluidized bed

bed technology means higher limit values for emissions of

carbon monoxide than what is stated in the first paragraph may be applied, if

the condition means that emissions during each

hour shall not contain more than 100 milligrams of carbon monoxide per

cubic meter of normal dry gas.



Emissions to air from co-incineration in cement kilns



67 § throttling values in sections 68 to 70 pertain to normal dry gas with

10 percent oxygen content.



68 section From a cement kiln that is one co-incineration plant

emissions into the air during each day not

contain more



1. dust than that which corresponds to 30 milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas,



2. total organic carbon than that which corresponds to 10 milligrams

organic carbon per cubic meter of normal dry gas,



3. hydrogen chloride than the corresponding to 10 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas,



4. hydrogen fluoride than the equivalent to 1 milligram per

cubic meter of normal dry gas,



5. sulphur dioxide than that which corresponds to 50 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas, and



6. nitrogen oxides than that which corresponds to 500 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas.



Despite the first paragraph 2 and 5, total organic carbon and


sulphur dioxide discharged with the larger amounts specified in a

permit conditions or conditions, if the total

organic carbon and sulphur dioxide are not derived from

the incineration of waste.



69 section From a cement kiln that is one co-incineration plant

emissions into the air during each period

at least 30 minutes and up to 8 hours in length, not contain, either

in solid, liquid or gaseous form, more



1. cadmium or thallium than that which in total equal to 0.05

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas,



2. total mercury than that corresponding to 0.05 milligrams

per cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



3. antimony, arsenic, lead, chromium, cobalt, copper, manganese,

nickel or vanadium than that in total is equivalent to 0.5

milligram per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



70 section From a cement kiln that is one co-incineration plant

emissions into the air during each period

a minimum of 6 hours and a maximum of 8 hours in length, contain not more

dioxins or furans, whether in solid, liquid,

or gas form, than that which in total equal to 0.1 nanograms

per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



Mixing calculation for co-incineration



71 § discharges to air from

co-incineration plants referred to in 80 to 93 and 97 sections should

the number that specifies the maximum allowable pollutant load can be determined

through a mixing calculation to include



1. the waste flow values referred to in section 72,



2. the maximum levels of the pollutant that

specified in 81 to 93 and 97 sections,



3. a standard oxygen waste value for waste oil, waste oil

incinerated in the plant, which is calculated by

waste flow value of waste oil is multiplied by

waste oil waste emission limit value,



4. a standard oxygen waste value of waste other than

waste oil, if such waste is incinerated in the plant, which

is calculated through the waste stream value of waste

multiplied by the limit value for waste the waste;



5. waste value, which is the sum of all

standard oxygen waste values calculated according to 4,



6. the process flow values referred to in section 73,



7. the process limits resulting from 74 to 76 and 79 sections,



8. a fuel process value for each fuel, calculated

through that process flow value of fuel is multiplied by

process limit value of the fuel,



9. the process value, which is the sum of all fuel process values

calculated according to 8,



10. waste co-incineration flow value, which is the sum of all

waste flow process flow values and all values, and



11. co-incineration value, which is the sum of the loss value and the

the process value.



Mixing calculation should be done by dividing

co-incineration co-incineration value flow value after

all values are normalized to the same oxygen content in

accordance with section 55.



For the purposes of this paragraph and paragraphs 72 to 79, waste

referred to in section 17 are considered different fuel than waste.



section 72 By mixing calculation according to section 71, a

waste flow value be determined for waste oil, waste oil,

incinerated in the plant, and a waste flow value

be determined for other waste may be incinerated in the plant.

Waste stream value should be the number that specifies the maximum flow

by flue gas combustion of waste gives rise to the

cubic meter of normal dry gas per day.



If hazardous waste is incinerated in the plant and the

-burning giving rise to less than ten percent of the

total heat released, the part of the exhaust gas flow

comes from hazardous waste in the calculations should be determined as

It represents the gas flow from the amount of the

hazardous waste that is needed to give rise to ten

percent of the total heat released from combustion of

plant.



73 section At mixing calculation according to section 71 shall be determined

a process-flow value for solid fuel and a

process flow value of the liquid fuel,

incinerated in the plant. Process flow value should be the

number that specifies the minimum flow of flue gas combustion of other

fuels than waste raises in cubic metres of normal dry

gas per day and calculated from the oxygen content in gas as a

the limit value of this regulation relates or, if no

oxygen is not specified for the limit value, the oxygen content

as the gas is without dilution by addition of air that does not

needed for the process.



74 § Process limit specified in 81 to 93 and 97 § § or

determined in accordance with this Regulation shall concern the milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas with six percent oxygen content, if

the fuel is fixed, and three percent oxygen content, if the fuel is

liquid.



Waste limits in 81 to 93 and 97 sections or determined according to

This Regulation shall relate to milligrams per cubic meter of normal

dry gas with eleven percent oxygen content. When burning

waste oil to promote waste limits, however, normal dry gas with

three percent oxygen content.



75 section At mixing calculation according to section 71 shall, as

process limit used the speech given in 81 to 93 and 97

§§. If a permit conditions or conditions set

a more stringent process limit value, shall be the value

be used.



If the process limit is not apparent from 81 to 93 and 97 sections,



1. the process limit has been determined in a

permit conditions or terms be used, or



2. the limit value set out in a permit terms and conditions

or terms used as process limit value, if

the plant is not covered by any licence conditions or

injunctive relief terms that specify a process limit value, and

limit value is expressed as a daily average value of

emissions of the pollution from the combustion of fuels other than

waste.



The process limit referred to in the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 shall not

bring a mitigation that are unreasonable compared to what

that would have applied if the burning was intended only to other

fuels than waste.



76 section if no process limit value can be determined in the manner

as indicated in paragraph 75, the actual concentrations may be used

When mixing calculation.



paragraph 77 of chapter 19. paragraph 5, second subparagraph, and 22. 25 (b) §

Environment Act provides for a decision or a judgment

that means that the permission given to a business

contain provisions on restriction values should

calculated in accordance with the provisions adopted by virtue of Chapter 9. paragraph 5 of the

the environmental code. If such a condition if the constraint value set

a process limit for mixture calculation that has

determined in accordance with section 75, the condition

process limit value applied. If the permit condition specifies the

the limit value as a mixing calculation under section 71 gives

and this appears from the permit condition,

the operator apply the criteria limit value in

rather than that which follows from 71 to 76, 79 to 93 and 97 sections.



section 78 in relation to emissions not covered by a

permit conditions referred to in paragraph 77, the supervisory authority of the

an order and conditions, decide on a process limit

or constraint value, if the operator request.

order condition indicates a process limit for

mixing calculation and the condition meets the requirements of section 75,

should the condition process limit value applied. If

order conditions indicate the limit value as a

mixing calculation under section 71 provides and this is evidenced by

order condition, the operator shall apply

condition limit value rather than that resulting from

71-76, 79-93 and 97 sections.



section 79 of the process set out in sections 81 to 92 shall not

apply to gas turbines or engines.



Total emissions from energy plants



80 section in the application of the provisions of §§ 81-92, two

or more separate waste co-incineration plants shall be considered to be

one co-incineration plant, if



1. waste gases from co-incineration plants are placed

through a common stack, or



2. co-incineration plants have received their first

condition on 30 June 1987 or later is installed

so that, having regard to the technical and economic

the conditions would be possible to let out fumes

from combustion plants through a common stack.



If more than one co-incineration plants referred to in the first subparagraph

should be considered as a single combustion plant, to the sum of

co-incineration plant abilities form the basis

for the calculation of the rated power.



Dust from power plants



81 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect of less than 50 megawatts of emissions into air in

average for each day not contain dust with more than

the number of milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas

is determined by a mixing calculation under section 71 with

waste and process limit value limit value 10 50.



section 82 From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect that is 50 megawatts or higher, but not exceeding 100

megawatt, emissions into the air during each day

not contain more dust than the number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 10,



2. process limit value 30, if the facility is a

2013-facility, and



3. process limit 20, if the plant is not covered by

2.



83 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

power greater than 100 megawatts, up to a maximum of 300 megawatts,

emissions into the air during each day not


contain more dust than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 with



1. waste limit 10,



2. process limit value 25, if the facility is a

2013-plant and the fuel is either peat or biomass,

and



3. process limit 20, if the plant is not covered by

2.



84 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect of more than 300 megawatts of emissions into air in

during every day contain no more dust than it

number of milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined

through a mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 10,



2. process limit 20, if the facility is a

2013-plant or if the fuel is biomass, peat or

and



3. process the limit 10, if the plant is not covered by

2.



Sulfur dioxide from power plants



85 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect of less than 50 megawatts of emissions into air in

average for each day not contain more sulphur dioxide

than the number of milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas

is determined by a mixing calculation under section 71 with

limit waste 50 and the process limit value resulting from the

75 – 78 sections.



86 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect that is 50 megawatts or higher, but not exceeding 100

megawatt, emissions into the air during each day

not contain more sulfur dioxide than the number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 50;



2. process limit 400, if the fuel is solid but not turf

or biomass,



3. process limit 350, if the fuel is liquid,



4. process limit 300, if the fuel is peat, and



5. process limit value 200, if the fuel is biomass.



87 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

power greater than 100 megawatts, up to a maximum of 300 megawatts,

emissions into the air during each day not

contain more sulfur dioxide than the number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 50;



2. process limit 300, if the plant is not a

2013-facility, if the fuel is burning peat and on

in Fluidised bed,



3. process limit 250, if



a) plant is a 2013-plant and the fuel is

liquid, or



(b)) the facility is not a 2013-facility, if the fuel is

peat and if combustion takes place in a Fluidised bed, and



4. process limit value 200, if the facility is not subject to 2

or 3.



88 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect of more than 300 megawatts of emissions into air in

average for each day not contain more sulphur dioxide

than the number of milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas

is determined by a mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 50;



2. process limit value 200, if



a) fuel peat and combustion takes place in Fluidised

bed,



b) the fuel is another solid fuel than peat and

combustion takes place in circulating or pressurized bed,

or



c) facility is 2013, and



3. process the limit 150, if the plant is not covered by

2.



Nitrogen oxides from power plants



89 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect of less than 50 megawatts of emissions into air in

average for each day not contain more nitrogen oxides than

the number of milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas

is determined by a mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 400, if the facility is a

2002-plant whose combustion capacity does not exceed 6 tonnes per

hour,



2. waste emission limit value 200, if the plant is not covered by

1, and



3. the process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78.



90 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect that is 50 megawatts or higher, but not exceeding 100

megawatt, emissions into the air during each day

not contain more nitrogen oxides than the number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 400, if the facility is a

2002-plant whose combustion capacity does not exceed 6 tonnes per

hour,



2. waste emission limit value 200, if the plant is not covered by

1,



3. process the limit 400, if



a) the fuel is liquid, or



b) plant is a 2013-plant and the fuel is

coal powder,



4. process limit 250, if the plant is not a

2013-plant and the fuel is peat or biomass, and



5. process limit 300, if the plant is not covered by 3

or 4.



91 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

power greater than 100 megawatts, up to a maximum of 300 megawatts,

emissions into the air during each day not

contain more nitrogen oxides than the number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 400, if the facility is a

2002-plant whose combustion capacity does not exceed 6 tonnes per

hour,



2. waste emission limit value 200, if the plant is not covered by

1,



3. process limit 250, if the facility is a

2013-plant and the fuel is biomass,



4. process limit 150, if the facility is not

2013-plant and the fuel is liquid, and



5. process limit value 200, if the plant is not covered by 3

or 4.



92 section From an energy plant with a rated thermal input

effect of more than 300 megawatts of emissions into air in

average for each day not contain more nitrogen oxides than

the number of milligrams per cubic meter of normal dry gas

is determined by a mixing calculation under section 71 with



1. waste limit 400, if the facility is a

2002-plant whose combustion capacity does not exceed 6 tonnes per

hour,



2. waste emission limit value 200, if the plant is not covered by

1,



3. process limit value 200, if



a) plant is a 2013-plant and the fuel is not

liquid, or



(b)) the plant not covered by (a) and the fuel is

coal powder,



4. process limit value 100, if the plant is not a

2013-plant and the fuel is liquid, and



5. process limit 150, if the plant is not covered by 3

or 4.



Carbon monoxide, total organic carbon, hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride

from energy plants



93 section From an energy plant emissions into air in

during each day do not contain



1. more carbon monoxide than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 of the limit value of 50 and it

process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78,



2. more total organic carbon than the number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 of the limit value of 10 and

the process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78,



3. more hydrogen chloride than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 of the limiting value 10 and it

process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78, and



4. more fluoride than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 of the limit value 1 and the

process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78.



Heavy metals, dioxins and furans from energy plants



94 section Limit values given in paragraphs 95 and 96 shall relate to

normal dry gas with six percent oxygen content, if the fuel is

fixed, and three percent oxygen content, if the fuel is liquid.



95 section From an energy plant emissions into air in

average for each period that is at least 30 minutes and

up to 8 hours in length, not contain, whether in solid form,

liquid or gaseous form;



1. more cadmium or thallium than total 0.05 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas,



2. more than a total of mercury 0.05 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



3. more antimony, arsenic, lead, chromium, cobalt, copper, manganese,

nickel or vanadium than total 0.5 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas.



96 § From an energy plant emissions into air in

average for each period that is at least 6 hours and a maximum of

8 hours long doesn't contain more dioxins or furans,

in solid, liquid or gaseous, than the total

0.1 nanograms per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



Air emissions from industrial facilities



§ 97 From an industrial plant emissions into air in

during each day do not contain



1. more dust than the number of milligrams per cubic meter of normal

dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation under section 71

with waste limit 10 and the process limit

follows from paragraphs 75 to 78,



2. more nitrogen oxides than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 with



(a) the limit value 400) and waste process limit

follows from paragraphs 75 to 78, if the plant is a 2002-facility

whose combustion capacity is a maximum of 6 tonnes per hour, or



b limit value 200) waste and the process limit

follows from paragraphs 75 to 78, if the plant is not covered by (a),



3. more sulfur dioxide than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 of the limit value of 50 and it

process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78,




4. more total organic carbon than the number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 of the limit value of 10 and

the process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78,



5. more hydrogen chloride than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 of the limiting value 10 and it

process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78,



6. more fluoride than the number of milligrams per cubic meter

normal dry gas as determined by a mixing calculation

According to section 71 of the limit value 1 and the

process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78, or



7. more antimony, arsenic, lead, chromium, cobalt, copper, manganese,

nickel or vanadium than the total number of milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas as determined by a

mixing calculation under section 71 with waste limit 0.5

and the process limit imposed by paragraphs 75 to 78.



98 section From an industrial plant emissions into air in

average for each period that is at least 30 minutes and

up to 8 hours in length, not contain, whether in solid form

or gas form,



1. more cadmium or thallium than total 0.05 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas, or



2. more than a total of mercury 0.05 milligrams per

cubic meter of normal dry gas.



99 section From an industrial plant emissions into air in

average for each period that is at least 6 hours and a maximum of

8 hours long doesn't contain more dioxins or furans,

in solid, liquid or gaseous, than the total

0.1 nanograms per cubic meter of normal dry gas.



Waste water from the cleaning of exhaust gases



100 § From the cleaning of exhaust gases in a combustion plant shall

waste water discharges to the aquatic environment is limited so far

as it is possible. The wastewater discharged must not

contain



1. more than 0.3 nanograms of dioxins and furans per litre,



2. more than 0.03 milligrams of mercury per litre,



3. more than 0.05 milligrams of cadmium per litre,



4. more than 0.05 milligrams of thallium per litre,



5. more than 0.15 milligrams of arsenic per liter,



6. more than 0.2 milligrams of lead per liter,



7. more than 0.5 milligrams of chrome per litre,



8. more than 0.5 milligrams of copper per litre,



9. more than 0.5 milligrams of nickel per litre,



10. more than 1.5 milligrams of zinc per litre, or



11. more organic or inorganic particles that can

to settle (suspended matter) than 45 milligrams per litre

at each measurement is being done to make sure

the pollutant content and 30 milligrams per litre at 95%

of all such measurements.



§ 101 A limit value of 100 § 2 – 10 may be exceeded at

not more than



1. a sample per year, or



2. five per cent of the samples taken in the course of a year, if it is in

a permit conditions or conditions have been determined

more than twenty sampling shall be made per year.



102 § throttling values in 100 § refers to unfiltered samples

at the point where the waste waters discharged from

incineration plant or from an establishment

treats wastewater from the cleaning of exhaust gases.



In the case of waste water from a plant where waste waters

from the cleaning of exhaust gases is treated along with other

wastewater, it is estimated the emissions of the

final effluent from the treatment facility that

attributable to the portion of the wastewater coming from

purification of waste gases. The calculation shall be made using the

mass balance calculations and based on the results of the

measurements of emissions to air are made according to 42 to 44 and 50

§§.



§ 103 sewage must not be diluted to meet

throttling values in section 100.



Modification of an activity



section 104 If an activity of a combustion plant is

subject to licensing requirements under the environmental assessment regulation

(2013:251) is amended by adding from the incineration of only

non-hazardous waste released into the incineration of hazardous

waste, required the authorization of the change, no matter what

stated in Chapter 1. section 4 of the environmental assessment regulation. Permits for

change is required unless it is expressly indicated by the

regarding the authorization to include the intended

incineration of hazardous waste.



Dispenser



section 105 the supervisory authority may waive the provisions

If



1. acceptance of waste in 21 and 22 sections, if the exemption is combined

with the injunction conditions equivalent to that provided for in section 23 of the

required to apply the criteria,



2. the temperature of the flue gases in paragraph 28, concerning the

the exemption is combined with the imposition of conditions that correspond to the

as referred to in paragraph 28 is required to apply

the condition,



3. the furnace gas temperature and residence time in paragraph 32 and

other paragraphs, if the exemption is combined with the imposition of conditions

equivalent to that required under paragraph 32 of

to apply the criteria,



4. aid burners in the first and second paragraphs of section 33, if

the exemption is combined with the imposition of conditions that correspond to the

which, according to paragraph 33, is required to apply

the condition,



5. measurements of emissions to air in section 43, if the exemption is not possible

beyond that, according to paragraph 44, is required to apply a

order conditions and exemptions be reconciled with such

conditions,



6. conversion of measurement results in paragraph 50, on

the exemption is combined with the imposition of conditions that correspond to the

which, according to paragraph 50 is required to apply

the condition,



7. carbon monoxide in paragraph 66, concerning the exemption

combined with the imposition conditions conforming to that referred to in

paragraph 66 is required to apply the criteria,

and

8. discharge of total organic carbon and sulphur dioxide in 68

paragraph 2 and 5, if the exemption is combined with

procedure conditions conforming to that referred to in section 68

the paragraph is required to apply the condition.



Information in the environmental report



106 § The operator to provide information on emissions

in the environmental report as referred to in chapter 26. section 20 of the environmental code,

refer to average values prior to validation in accordance with section 51.



Information to the environmental protection agency and the European

the Commission



107 § When a judgment or a decision of a State objective or

tillståndsärende sent to the environmental protection agency under section 11

Ordinance (1998:899) concerning environmentally hazardous activities and

the health protection agency to review pay particular attention to

the work on the decision or judgment contains such

permit conditions referred to in section 28, 32 or 33.



When the regulatory authority provides an exemption under § 105 2, 3

or 4 or decides on such an order conditions

referred to in section 28, 32 or 33, the supervisory authority shall inform

The environmental protection agency about this.



108 section environmental protection agency shall inform the Commission of the European communities

If all permit conditions and order conditions

applied under section 32 or 33 28, as well as on the results of the

checks are being made regarding the conditions meet the

the requirements of this regulation.



109 § the supervisory authority shall communicate the

combustion plants which fall within the scope of this regulation

environmental protection agency, if the Agency so requests.



Transitional provisions



2013:253



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 18 June 2011.



2. The Ordinance (2002:1060) on waste incineration shall cease

with effect from 17 June 2013.



3. in the case of a combustion plant is in operation at

entry into force, a proposal for the placement of

sampling and measurement points according to § 47 left to

the supervisory authority by 30 June 2014.



4. In the case referred to in (3) the supervisory authority shall decide

an order to the sampling or measurement points shall

take effect no later than 31 March 2015.



5. For the period prior to 1 January 2016 emissions from a

Lepolugn or long rotary kilns despite 68 § 6 contain more than 800

milligrams of nitrogen oxides per cubic meter of normal dry gas, if so

much nitrogen oxides total may be placed from the oven according to the

a permit conditions or conditions.



6. For the period before January 1, 2016, in terms of

2013-facilities



a) process limit value 50 apply instead of the provisions of

82 section 2,



b) process limit value 30 apply instead of the provisions of

83 84 § 2 and 3 and § 2,



c) process limit 850 apply instead of the provisions of

86 § 2-4,



d) process limit 400 with 200 linear reduction to apply

instead of what is said in the 87 § 3 (a) and the linear

the reduction to be applied to process 400 limit applies

for plants with a rated thermal input

300 megawatts and process limit value 200 applies for

plants with a rated thermal input of which is not

more than insignificantly higher than 100 megawatts,



e) process limit 350 apply instead of the provisions of

90 section 5, if the fuel is biomass,



f) process the limit 400 apply instead of the provisions of

90 section 5, if the fuel is a fuel that is not

biomass,



g) process limit 300 apply instead of the provisions of

91 § 3, and



h) process limit value 200 apply instead of the provisions of

92 § 5.



7. facilities that are licensed pursuant to chapter 29. 18,

19, 22, 23, 24 or section 25 of the environmental assessment regulation

(2013:251) and that upon entry into force is 2013-facilities

need not meet the requirements of this regulation until the 7

January 2014.