Industry Emission Regulation (2013:250)

Original Language Title: Industriutsläppsförordning (2013:250)

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Chapter 1. Precautions



Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on

precautions for industrial emission activities.



The regulation is notified



1. pursuant to Chapter 9. section 5 of the environmental code in terms of Chapter 1. 8 – 18 § §

ch Chapter 2. section 3,



2. with the support of 10. section 21 of the environmental code in terms of Chapter 1. 23

and 24 sections,



3. with the support of 26 kap. section 19 of the environmental code in terms of Chapter 1. 21

and 22 sections, and



4. Moreover, pursuant to Chapter 8. section 7 of the Constitution.

Regulation (2013:504).



Definitions



paragraph 2 of this regulation,



industrial emission activity: an activity that is

licensed pursuant to Chapter 2. section 1, Chapter 4. 12 or section 16, 5

Cape. 1, 4, 10, 18, 19, 34, 35, 37 or section 39, Chapter 6. § 1, 7

Cape. section 1, Chapter 8. 1 or section 6, Chapter 9. 1 or section 2, Chapter 11. 2

or section 4, 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, 13 or 14 of the 16 Cape. section 1,

Chapter 17. section 4, chapter 19. section 1, chapter 21. 1, 5, or section 6, Chapter 28. paragraph 3 of the

or 29 Cape. 3, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 35, 36, 38, 39,

49, 50, 54 or 58 § environmental assessment Regulation (2013:251),



main activity: the principal industrial emissions activities

conducted at a facility, and



activity: an industrial activities carried out emissions at

a plant but that is not the main

industrial emissions activities at the plant.



section 3 of this regulation,



conclusions on best available techniques: conclusions

available techniques adopted under article 13.1 – 13.6 in

European Parliament and Council directive 2010/75/EU of 24

November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated pollution

pollution prevention and control),



main conclusions: conclusions on best available techniques that

includes a main activity,



side-conclusions: conclusions on best available techniques that

includes a side business, and



conclusions the publication: the day when a conclusion on

best available technology was published in the European

Official Journal of the European Union.



paragraph 4 for the purposes of this regulation,



the environmental mission: such a special body within the

the County Administrative Board referred to in the Regulation (2011:1237) if

the environmental delegations, and



supervisory authority: the who, according to the environmental protection regulation

(2011:13) exercises operational control of a

industrial emission activities.



paragraph 5 of this regulation,



permit: a permit under Chapter 9. the environmental code and

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) or the equivalent older

provisions, and



licensing conditions: a condition in the condition that applies to

industrial emission activities.



6 § With pollutant damage referred to in this regulation such

environmental damage of soil and groundwater referred to in Chapter 10. 1 §

the environmental code.



section 7 of the other words and expressions in this regulation the same

importance in the environmental code.



Emission values of cut-off values



paragraph 8 of the Emission values of the conclusions on best available

techniques referred to in Chapter 2. to apply that constraint values

for emissions from industrial emissions activities under normal

operating conditions and shall



1. in the case of emission values in the main conclusions followed last

the day that happens, four years after the main conclusions

publication, and



2. in the case of emission values in ancillary conclusions followed last

the day that happens, four years after the main conclusions

publication, about the findings published last

on the same day as the main conclusions.



section 9 If a limit value referred to in section 8 are not complied with, the

operator shall immediately inform the supervisory authority

and take the necessary measures to ensure that

Once again to be conducted so that the throttle is followed.



Other precautions



paragraph 10 of The conclusions on best available techniques as defined in 2

Cape. contains conclusions on other precautions than

emission values. In determining whether a

industrial emission activities are carried out in accordance with the requirement of

the best available techniques as described in Chapter 2. section 3 of the environmental code, account shall

such conclusions



1. in the case of the main conclusions reached by the date occurs

four years after the publication, and



2. in the case of side-conclusions by the date occurs

four years after the main conclusions the publication, if

side-conclusions was published later the same day

the main conclusions.



section 11 in respect of emissions of carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, or

perfluorocarbons, which means that an activity falls within the scope of

obtain a permit under the Act (2004:1199) on trade in

allowances to an emission value or other

precautions of the conclusions on best available techniques

not apply to such activities, if precautionary measure



1. restrict emissions, or



2. by regulating the amount of fossil fuel use aiming at

a limitation of carbon dioxide emissions.



The first subparagraph shall not apply to emissions values or other

precautions concerning nitrous oxide or

perfluorocarbons, which is intended to prevent significant

local pollution.



Conditions in permits and orders



section 12 of this Regulation shall apply in addition to the licence conditions and

conditions in an order from the supervisor directed

to the operator of an industrial emission activities.



Custom criteria



section 13 of chapter 19. 5 paragraph 9 and 22. section 25 of the first

paragraph 6 (a) environmental code provides for a decision

or a judgment that means that permission is granted to a business

shall include conditions about emissions, limit values and

the best possible technology that customizes the application of

regulations on precautionary measures. When assessing

permit conditions, such adaptation is made by

the review authority as a reference for its assessment

use



1. the emission values and the descriptions of the other

precautions contained in the conclusions on the best

available techniques as defined in Chapter 2, and



2. the descriptions of the precautionary measure in such a

BAT reference documents as referred to in article 13(7) of Directive

2010/75/EC has been adopted by the European Commission before 7

January 2011, if



a) descriptions concerning matters other than emission values, and



b) BAT reference document not have been replaced with such

conclusions on best available techniques as defined in Chapter 2.



section 14 if by any licensing conditions shows that the condition

means such adaptation as referred to in section 13, may condition

instead of the conclusion that the alignment

refers to.

Option values



section 15 of the Environmental Advisory Board may decide that a

industrial emission activities rather than to follow a

the limit values referred to in section 8 shall follow a

the constraint value is determined with regard to the other

time periods or other reference conditions

(option value).



The decision may not mean that operations by following

a choice value leads to higher emission levels under normal

operating conditions than if the business would have followed the

the limit values referred to in section 8.



Exemptions from the limit values



section 16 of the Environmental Advisory Board may grant dispensation from a

the limit values referred to in section 8, if



1. it was the plant operations

conducted on is geographically, the plant's technical

properties or local environmental conditions would cause

disproportionately high costs compared with environmental benefits that

follow limit value, and



2. the exemption combined with a condition that follow

a less stringent limit value. Regulation (2013:504).



section 17 of an exemption under section 16 cease to apply when the

the limit value that the exemption has been replaced with a new

conclusion on the best available techniques.



section 18 of the Environmental Advisory Board may decide that a dispensation

under section 16 shall be valid for a shorter period of time than referred to

in section 17, if the conditions for exemption are only available during

the time necessary for adapting plant to the

the limit values referred to in section 8.



§ 19 When an application for an exemption under section 16 has been received by the

the Environmental Advisory Board, the authority shall announce this on

the Authority's Board, as well as information on

the Agency's Web site or in any other appropriate way.



The notice shall contain a statement



1. the authority hearing the case,



2. where the file are available,



3. to whom and within what time observations in the case can

left, and



4. how information in the file will be made available.



section 20 of A copy of a decision in a case concerning an exemption under

section 16 shall be sent to the State's agricultural work, if the decision concerns

such an activity as described in Chapter 2. 1 §

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251), and to

The environmental protection agency in other cases.



Periodic checks



section 21 of the operator of an industrial emission activities

perform periodic checks of the soil and groundwater in the

area in which business is conducted. The checks shall relate to the

substances which occur in business and at risk

cause a pollution damage.



section 22 checks under section 21 shall be implemented



1. for the first time no later than four years after the main conclusions

published for the first time, and



2. at least once every five years by groundwater and

at least once every 10 years by land.



The checks may occur more rarely, if a systematic assessment

of pollution risk in accordance with the first subparagraph of paragraph 6 of the regulation

(1998:901) if the operator's own monitoring shows that

controls are not needed or that controls can be implemented

in other time intervals.



Status reports




section 23 of The who conducts or intends to conduct a

industrial emissions to activities for the control of such

contaminants in soil and groundwater associated with

activities to ensure that there is a written report

(status report) that reports



1. the impurities present in the soil and groundwater in

the area where the activities are carried out or intended to

be carried out,



2. how the field is used when the status report be drawn up,



3. the available information of previous use of the site,

and



4. soil-and groundwater measurements that reflect conditions

in the area.



A status report is not required if the risk is small to

activities involve pollution damage in the territory where the

the activities are carried out or intended to be carried out.



section 24, where a status report according to section 23, the

established at the latest at the time of



1. any person who carries on or intends to carry on business

applying for a licence for it, or



2. the main activity for the first time within the scope of

the main conclusions, if the activity is subject to a condition

and there is no established status report.



If a status report has been prepared pursuant to the first subparagraph 2, shall

It is submitted to the regulatory authority no later than four years after the

conclusions the publication.



A provision that an application in an application targets should

contain a status report, see Chapter 22. Article 1, first paragraph

7 environmental code.



section 25 If the regulator finds that a status report

have been prepared in accordance with section 24, first paragraph 2 does not comply with the

the requirements of section 23, the supervisory authority shall submit to the

the responsible party to remedy the defect.



section 26 of the environmental protection agency may announce further provisions concerning

What a status report should contain.



General information on best available techniques



section 27 of the environmental protection agency or, in the case of activities

described in Chapter 2. section 1 of the environmental assessment Regulation (2013:251),

The State's agricultural work should appropriately do information

available to other relevant authorities and the public of

the significance and development of best available

technology referred to in this regulation.



Information on judgments, decisions, exemptions and measures at

closure



section 28 of the environmental protection agency or, in the case of activities

described in Chapter 2. section 1 of the environmental assessment Regulation (2013:251),

The State's agricultural work shall make available on its website



1. the judgments and decisions which means that permission has been granted

to an industrial emission activity or that such

conditions have been examined or permit conditions changed

According to Chapter 24. 5 or 6 of the environmental code,



2. in accordance with section 16 of the dispenser, and



3. details of the measures the operator has

under 10 Cape. 5 a of the environmental code.



In publicity and secrecy (2009:400), see

rules may mean that other terms instead of

It is stated in the first paragraph.



section 29 When a judgment or order in a State case or

tillståndsärende sent to the environmental protection agency or State

agricultural work under section 11 of the Ordinance (1998:899) about

environmentally hazardous activities and health protection,

the assessment authority, if there is such a judgment, or such

decision referred to in paragraph 28 1, especially

pay attention to the fact that the judgment or decision concerning a

industrial emission activities.



section 30 of the supervisory authority shall send information to the

The environmental protection agency on measures that the operator has

under 10 Cape. 5 a of the environmental code, if

The environmental protection agency requesting it.



Reporting to the European Commission



section 31 of the environmental protection agency shall be responsible for the exchange of

information and such reporting as referred to in article 72 of the

Directive 2010/75/EU.



32 § Supervisors shall provide the information required

to the environmental protection agency to carry out its responsibilities

According to section 31.



33 § environmental protection agency may announce the regulations needed

for the implementation of paragraphs 31 and 32.



Responsibility



34 § provision for penalties, see chapter 29. the environmental code.



Appeal



35 § provision for appeal, see Chapter 19. 1 §

the environmental code.



Chapter 2. Conclusions on best available techniques



section 1 when the conclusions on best available techniques have been adopted

to the environmental protection agency or, in the case of activities referred to

in Chapter 2. section 1 of the environmental assessment Regulation (2013:251), Statens

agricultural work after publication conclusions inform

the supervisory authorities concerned about this.



2 § When the regulatory authority has been informed pursuant to section 1 of the

It shall immediately inform the operator that

subject to the conclusion.



section 3 of The emission value for emissions of polluting substances in

conclusions on best available techniques shall, unless otherwise

is said in the conclusions, to the point where the emissions leave the

the plant without regard to any dilution.



In the case of waste water that is treated in a wastewater treatment plant that

also treats waste water from other sources, the

purification in the treatment plant apply instead of

It is said in the conclusion, if this does not result in a higher

pollution load on the environment.



Iron and steel manufacturing



paragraph 4 of the European Commission implementing decision 2012/135/EU

by 28 February 2012 establishing BAT conclusions

regarding the manufacture of iron and steel, in accordance with

European Parliament and Council directive 2010/75/EU

industrial emissions, was published in the official journal of the European Union

Official Gazette on 8 March 2012. The annex to the decision

contains conclusions on best available techniques for



1. activities falling within the scope of Chapter 4. section 12

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251),



2. activities falling within the scope of Chapter 11. 2 § 1

environmental assessment regulation, and



3. activities covered by chapter 15. 1 §

environmental assessment regulation.



paragraph 5 of The conclusions referred to in paragraph 4 of the set emission values for



1. sinter plants in paragraphs 20 to 23, 25 and 26

(releases to air) and 28 (discharges to water and

wastewater),



2. in paragraphs 33 and 34 pelletisation plants (emission

to air) and 39 (discharges to water and

wastewater),

3. coke oven plants in paragraphs 42 to 44

and 48 to 52 (releases to air) and 56 (discharges to water

and wastewater),



4. blast furnaces in paragraphs 59, 61, 64 and 65 (releases to air)

and 67 (discharges to water and wastewater),



5. basic oxygen steelmaking and casting in

paragraphs 75, 76, 78 and 79 (releases to air) and 81

(discharges to water and wastewater), and



6. electric arc furnace at steelmaking and casting in paragraphs

88-90 (releases to air) and 92 (discharges to water and

waste water).



Manufacture of glass and mineral wool



paragraph 6 the European Commission implementing decision 2012/134/EU

by 28 February 2012 establishing BAT conclusions

regarding the manufacture of glass, in accordance with

European Parliament and Council directive 2010/75/EU

industrial emissions, was published in the official journal of the European Union

Official Gazette on 8 March 2012. The annex to the decision

contains conclusions on best available techniques for

activities covered by chapter 14. 1 §

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251).



paragraph 7 of The conclusions referred to in paragraph 6 specifies the emission values for



1. carbon monoxide emissions from the smelting furnaces (table 3),



2. ammonia emissions, when techniques for selective catalytic

reduction or selective non-catalytic reduction applied

(table 4), and



3. discharge of waste water into surface waters at

glass production (table 5).



section 8 For container glass sector sets out the conclusions referred to

in paragraph 6 of the emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the furnace (table 6),



2. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace (table 7),



3. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace, then nitrates used in

statement preparation or specific oxidizing

combustion conditions in the event of short campaigns or

for melting furnaces with a capacity of less than 100 tonnes per day

(table 8),



4. sulphur oxide emissions from the furnace (table 9),



5. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from melting furnace

(table 10),



6. metal emissions from the furnace (table 11),



7. air emissions from hot side glazing work, then

the flue gases from nedströmsverksamheterna are treated separately

(table 12), and



8. sulphur dioxide emissions from the downstream business then

sulphur trioxide is used for surface treatment, then it is treated

separately (table 13).



section 9 For flat glass sector sets out the conclusions referred to in paragraph 6 of

emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the furnace (table 14),



2. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace (table 15),



3. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace, then nitrates used in

Kit preparation for production of special glass in a limited

number of short campaigns (table 16),



4. sulphur oxide emissions from the furnace (table 17),



5. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from melting furnace

(table 18),



6. metal emissions from the furnace, with the exception of

selenfärgat glass (table 19),



7. selenium discharges from smelting furnace for the production of colored glass

(table 20), and



8. air emissions from the downstream processes, then it is treated

separately (table 21).



section 10 Of the sector of continuous glass fiber indicates the

conclusions referred to in paragraph 6 of the emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the furnace (table 22),



2. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace (table 23),



3. sulphur oxide emissions from the furnace (table 24),



4. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from melting furnace

(table 25),



5. metal emissions from the furnace (table 26), and



6. air emissions from the downstream processes, then it is treated

separately (table 27).




section 11 of the domestic glass sector sets out the conclusions referred to in

6 § emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the furnace (table 28),



2. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace (table 29),



3. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace, then nitrates used in

Kit preparation for a limited number of short campaigns or

for melting furnaces with a capacity of less than 100 tonnes per day;

for the production of specific types of kalksodaglas (clear or

ultraklart glass or coloured glass by using Selenium) and

other special glass (borosilicate glass, glass ceramic, opal glass,

Crystal and lead crystal) (table 30),



4. sulphur oxide emissions from the furnace (table 31),



5. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from melting furnace

(table 32),



6. metal emissions from the furnace, with the exception of glass where

Selenium is used for bleaching (table 33),



7. selenium discharges from furnace when seleniumföreningar is used

for decolorization of glass (table 34),



8. lead emissions from the furnace then lead compounds are used

the production of lead crystal glass (table 35),



9. air emissions from stoftbildande downstream processes, at the

separate treatment (table 36), and



10. the release of hydrogen fluoride from acid polishing processes

separate treatment (table 37).



section 12 For specialglassektorn specifies the conclusions referred to in paragraph 6 of

emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the furnace (table 38),



2. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace (table 39),



3. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace then nitrates used in

theorem formulation (table 40),



4. sulphur oxide emissions from the furnace (table 41),



5. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from melting furnace

(table 42),



6. metal emissions from the furnace (table 43),



7. dust and metal emissions from the downstream processes, at the

separate treatment (table 44), and



8. the emission of hydrogen fluoride from acid polishing processes

separate treatment (table 45).



section 13 of the mineral wool sector sets out the conclusions referred to in paragraph 6 of

emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the furnace (table 46),



2. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace (table 47),



3. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace of glass wool production then

nitrates used in theorem formulation (table 48),



4. sulphur oxide emissions from the furnace (table 49),



5. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from melting furnace

(table 50),



6. svavelväteutsläpp from the furnace in rock wool production

(table 51),



7. metal emissions from the furnace (table 52),



8. air emissions from the downstream processes, at separate

treatment (table 53),



9. dust emissions from the furnace in the production of insulating wool

for high temperatures (table 54),



10. stoftbildande downstream processes in manufacturing

high temperature insulating wool, for separate treatment

(table 55),



11. nitrogen oxide emissions from the zinc stripping the oven form lubricating during

manufacture of insulation wool for high temperatures (table 56),



12. sulphur oxide emissions from furnaces and

nedströmsprocesserna in the manufacture of insulation wool for high

temperatures (table 57),



13. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from the furnace at

manufacture of insulation wool for high temperatures (table

58),



14. metal emissions from the furnace or

nedströmsprocesserna in the manufacture of insulation wool for high

temperatures (Table 59), and



15. the emission of volatile organic solvents from

Zinc stripping the oven form grease in the manufacture of insulation wools

for high temperatures, at separate treatment (table 60).



section 14 For frittasektorn specifies the conclusions referred to in paragraph 6 of

emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the furnace (Table 61),



2. nitrogen oxide emissions from the furnace (table 62),



3. sulphur oxide emissions from the furnace (table 63),



4. emissions of hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride from melting furnace

(table 64),



5. metal emissions from the furnace (table 65), and



6. air emissions from the downstream processes, at separate

treatment (table 66).



Tanning of hides and skins



section 15 European Commission implementing decision 2013/84/EU

of 11 March 2013 establishing BAT conclusions

existing tanning of hides and skins, in accordance with

European Parliament and Council directive 2010/75/EU

industrial emissions, was published in the official journal of the European Union

Official Gazette on February 16, 2013. The annex to the

the decision contains conclusions on best available techniques

for



1. the activities covered by the chapter 7. 1 §

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251), and



2. activities covered by chapter 28. paragraph 3 of the

environmental assessment regulation and perform wastewater treatment

from the activities referred to in 1.



section 16 of The conclusions referred to in section 15 specifies emission values

for



1. direct discharges of waste water from garveriers

sewage treatment plant (table 3),



2. direct discharge of sewage from detached

waste water treatment plants subject to section 6.11 of Annex i to

Directive 2010/75/EU and that essentially treats wastewater

from tanneries (table 3),



3. total chromium and sulfidutsläpp at the indirect emissions of

wastewater from tanneries to waste water treatment plants

waste-water treatment (table 4),



4. the emissions of volatile organic compounds in cases where

exhaust ventilation and cleaning system is used as a

alternative to water-based finishkemikalier (table 5),

and



5. particulate emissions (paragraph 20).



Manufacture of cement, lime and magnesium oxide



section 17 European Commission implementing decision 2013/163/EU

of 26 March 2013 establishing BAT conclusions

current production of cement, lime and magnesium oxide, in

accordance with European Parliament and Council directive

2010/75/EU on industrial emissions, published in the European

Official Journal of the European Union on 9 april 2013. The annex to the

the decision contains conclusions on best available techniques

for



1. the activities covered by the 12 Cape. section 14 of the

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251),



2. activities falling within the scope of Chapter 14. section 8

environmental assessment regulation, and



3. activities covered by chapter 14. 10 §

environmental assessment regulation.



section 18 Of the cement industry indicates the conclusions referred to in section 17

emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from the dusty activities (paragraph 16),



2. dust emissions in the flue gas (point 17),



3. dust emissions from cooling and milling processes (paragraph

18),



4. nitrogen oxide emissions in exhaust gases from combustion in furnaces,

preheating process or förkalcineringsprocesser (point

19, table 2),



5. emissions of ammonia in the flue gas when selective

non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) are applied (paragraph 20, table

3),



6. sulphur oxide emissions in exhaust gases from combustion in furnaces,

preheating process or förkalcineringsprocesser (point

21, table 4),



7. emissions of hydrogen chloride (paragraph 25),



8. emissions of HF (paragraph 26);



9. emissions of congener of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin and congener of polychlorinated

dibenzofuran (PCDD/F) in exhaust gases from combustion in furnaces

(paragraph 27), and



10. metal emissions in exhaust gases from combustion in furnaces (paragraph

28, table 5).



§ 19 of the lime industry indicates the conclusions referred to in section 17

emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from other activities than dusty

furnace combustion processes (paragraph 42, table 7),



2. dust emissions from flue gases from the furnace

combustion processes (paragraph 43, table 8),



3. emissions of nitrogen oxides in flue gases from the furnace

combustion processes (paragraph 45, table 9),



4. emissions of ammonia in the flue gas (paragraph 46),



5. sulphur oxide emissions in flue gases from the furnace

combustion processes (paragraph 47, table 10),



6. carbon oxide emissions (paragraph 48, table 11),



7. the discharge of total organic carbon (paragraph 50, table 12),



8. HCL-and vätefluoridutsläpp in flue gases from the furnace

combustion processes by use of waste (paragraph 51,

table 13),



9. emissions of congener of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin and congener of polychlorinated

dibenzofuran (PCDD/F) (paragraph 52), and



10. emissions of metals in flue gases from the furnace

combustion processes when using wastes (item 53,

table 13).



section 20 of the magnesium oxide industry indicates the conclusions referred to

section 17 of the emission values in terms of



1. dust emissions from other activities than dusty

furnace combustion processes (paragraph 59),



2. dust emissions from the kiln combustion processes (paragraph

60),



3. nitrogen oxide emissions (paragraph 62),



4. carbon dioxide emissions (paragraph 63), and



5. sulphur oxide emissions in flue gases from the furnace

combustion processes (paragraph 65, table 15).



Production of chlor-



section 21 European Commission implementing decision no

2013/732/EC of 9 december 2013 establishing

Bat conclusions for chloro-alkaliproduktion, in accordance with

European Parliament and Council directive 2010/75/EU

industrial emissions, was published in the official journal of the European Union

Official Gazette on 11 december 2013. The annex to the

the decision contains conclusions on best available techniques

for activities falling within the scope of Chapter 12. 1 §

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251). Regulation (2014:230).



section 22 of The conclusions referred to in paragraph 21 specifies emission values in

question about



1. air emissions of chlorine and chlorine dioxide from

klorprocesser (item 6), and



2. emissions to water of free chlorine in wastewater from

kloralkalianläggningar (point 7). Regulation (2014:230).



Transitional provisions



2013:250



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



2. The provision in Chapter 1. 28 paragraph 1 does not apply

judgments and orders given before 7 January 2013.



3. For businesses that have started prior to June 18, 2013

and covered by the State need a permit application


According to Chapter 22. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code does not contain such a

status report referred to in Chapter 1. section 23, if the application is lodged before the

7 January 2014. If the application is lodged before 7 January 2014

but the case or matter pending before that date,

nor does the application need to be supplemented with a status report

After 7 January 2014.



4. For businesses applying for a licence pursuant to Chapter 9.

the environmental code and the environmental review regulation (2013:251)

the first time, an application for authorisation in accordance with Chapter 22. 1 §

Environment Act contain such a status report referred to in 1

Cape. section 23, if the application is lodged after the entry into force. If

the application has been submitted in the period from January 7, 2013-17

June 2013, the application shall be supplemented with a status report.