Environmental Protection Regulation (2011:13)

Original Language Title: Miljötillsynsförordning (2011:13)

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Chapter 1. General information on environmental inspections



section 1 of this regulation relating to supervision under the Environment Act and the

contains provisions on the tasks of the supervisory authorities

in accordance with chapter 26. section 3 of the environmental code. The regulation is notified



1. with the support of 26 kap. the fourth subparagraph of paragraph 3 of the environmental code in question

If chapter 1. 18 and 19 sections and Chapter 2. the second subparagraph of paragraph 8, section 26

the second and third paragraphs and section 29, second paragraph,



2. with the support of 26 kap. section 5 of the environmental code in terms of Chapter 1. paragraph 4,



3. with the support of 26 kap. 22 a of the environmental code in terms of Chapter 1.

25-27 sections, and



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

Regulation (2013:268).



section 2 Of Chapter 2. shows how the operational supervision is allocated

between government departments and the municipal councils.



Of Chapter 3. shows which government authorities to provide

regulatory guidance to operational supervisors.



Definitions



3 §/expires U: 2016-01-01/

For the purposes of this regulation,



regulated persons: a business, an action, a region, a

natural objects or an animal or plant species that is or will be

be subject to supervision,



operating supervision: oversight exercised directly against the

engages in or has engaged in an activity or take or

has taken a measure,



regulatory guidance: evaluation, monitoring and coordination of

operating supervision and support and advice to the operational

supervisory authorities,



Municipal Board: the councils that the Municipal Council

appoint to be responsible for operating supervision under the environmental code,



manufacturer: the manufacturer of a chemical product, biotechnological

organism or be or in its own name for the Pack, repack

or change the name of a chemical product or a biotechnical

organism,



primary vendor: a manufacturer who places a chemical

product, biotechnical organism or be on the market, the

Professional for a chemical product, biotechnical organism

or be of Sweden with a view to placing it on the market

and the professional for a chemical product, biotechnological

organism or be from Sweden, and



placing on the market means supplying or making a

chemical product, a biotechnical organism or a product

available to anyone else.



In addition, the terms and expressions in this regulation the same

meaning as in chapter 14. section 2 and 15. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code and 3

and 4 § § waste regulations (2011:927).

Regulation (2011:1008).



3 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016

For the purposes of this regulation,



regulated persons: a business, an action, a region, a

natural objects or



an animal or plant species that is or will be subject to

supervision,



operating supervision: oversight exercised directly against the

engages in or has engaged in an activity or take or

has taken a measure,



regulatory guidance: evaluation, monitoring and coordination

of the operating supervision and support and advice to the operational

supervisory authorities,



Municipal Board: the councils that the Municipal Council

appoint to be responsible for operating supervision under

the environmental code,

manufacturer: the manufacturer of a chemical

product, biotechnical organism or be or in his own name

packing, repackaging or change the name of a chemical product

or a biotechnical organism,



primary vendor: a manufacturer who places a chemical

product, biotechnical organism or be on the market, the

Professional for a chemical product, biotechnical organism

or be of Sweden with a view to placing it on the

market and the professional for a chemical product,

biotechnical organism or be from Sweden,



placing on the market means supplying or making a

chemical product,



a biotechnical organism or be available for any

other, and



drugs: substance or combination of substances which are

a medicinal product referred to in Chapter 2. section 1 of the medicines Act (2015:315).



In addition, the terms and expressions in this regulation the same

meaning as in chapter 14. section 2 and 15. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code and

3 and 4 § § waste regulations (2011:927).

Regulation (2015:467).



EU rules



section 4 provisions of chapter 26. Environment Act shall apply to the

enforcement of the regulations as set out in Chapter 2. This

Regulation are complied with. Regulation (2011:702).



paragraph 5 of the Provisions on market surveillance, see

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 of the

9 July 2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance

relating to the marketing of products and repealing

Regulation (EEC) No 339/93.



An authority exercising supervision under this regulation,

When the provisions on market surveillance in Regulation (EC) no

765/2008 applicable, perform the tasks in accordance with the

the regulation is for a market surveillance authority and may

do not take enforcement actions that violate the regulation.



To the extent specifically provided in Chapter 2. should a

authorities also apply Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 by

to



1. establish appropriate procedures under article 18(2),



2. develop programmes of their market surveillance and make

the programs available to the public in accordance with article 18 (5),



3. inform the European Commission and the Member States in

The European Union under articles 18(5) and 18(6),



4. provide information, in accordance with articles 20 (1), 22 (1),

22(2), 23(2),



5. cooperate with other under article 24(1),



6. participate in the activities referred to in article 25(3) and

26.2. Regulation (2012:864).



5 a of an authority under this regulation, supervision

of the cosmetic products of the European Parliament and of the

Council Regulation (EC) no 1223/2009 of 30 november 2009

If the cosmetic products may not take enforcement action

contrary to that regulation. Regulation (2013:418).



Needs investigation and registry



section 6 of an operating regulatory authority, there shall be a

investigation on the need for the Agency's entire

responsibilities under the environmental code. Needs investigation shall refer to

a period of three years. The investigation will be reviewed, if necessary, and at least

Once each year.



7 § operating supervisor shall keep a register of

the regulated persons who need regular supervision.



Inspection plan and resources



8 § operating supervisor shall, for each fiscal year

establish a comprehensive protection plan that includes the Agency's

responsibilities under the environmental code. The plan shall be based on the

the requirement investigation referred to in paragraph 6 and the register referred to in

7 §.



§ 9 Of 3 and 8 of the Government agencies Ordinance (2007:515), it follows that

an operational supervisory authority shall conduct supervisory work

effectively and that the authority should develop staff

expertise in regulatory issues.



section 10 a State operating supervisory authority shall, in the overall

the supervisory plan describing how the Agency has measured

the distribution of resources within and between different areas of responsibility

According to the Swedish environmental code and how resources have been adapted to the

regulatory needs.



Monitoring visits



10 a of for each business that is licensed under

Chapter 2. section 1, Chapter 4. 12 or section 16, Chapter 5. 1, 4, 10, 18, 19,

34, 35, 37 or section 39, Chapter 6. section 1, Chapter 7. section 1, Chapter 8. 1 or

section 6, Chapter 9. 1 or section 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,

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), the operational

the supervisory authority



1. conduct monitoring visits at least once a year, if

the operation involves substantial risks to the environment, and otherwise

at least every three years,



2. after the monitoring visits, implement a new visit within six

months, if the authority at the first visit, found

a serious deficiency in the fulfilment of the conditions

for the operations referred to in the judgment or decision or according to

the provisions adopted by virtue of Chapter 9. section 5 of the environmental code,

and



3. report in writing every monitoring visits and leave the

report to the operator within two months

After the visit. Regulation (2013:268).



Decision on demand investigation and inspection plan



11 § Requirement investigation under section 6 and the supervisory plan under

section 8 is to be decided by it within the authority which decides on

the use of the Agency's resources. In the case of a municipal

However, the Board, the Board shall decide on the investigation and

the plan.



Follow-up and evaluation



section 12 operational supervisory authority shall annually monitor and

evaluate their regulatory activities.



Intelligence and information



13 § operating regulatory authority shall inform the

The environmental protection agency, marine and water, kammarkollegiet

and the provincial Government of facts which may be grounds for



1. a ban or a revocation of a licence, exemption or

approval in accordance with Chapter 24. section 3 of the environmental code, or



2. a review in accordance with Chapter 24. 5 or 6 of the environmental code.

Regulation (2011:642).



section 14 of the operational supervisory authority shall, on request, provide the

information as a guiding authority supervisors need

their regulatory guidance.



section 15 Protection guiding agencies at the State central level

may, within its guidance area provide for the

information that an operating supervisor shall submit as

section 14, as well as how and when the information is to be provided.



section 16 If an operating supervisor draws a

circumstance that may lead to enforcement action under

environmental regulations but which are covered by a different authority

area of responsibility, the supervisory authority shall notify

evidence to the competent authority.



Coordination and collaboration




section 17 of the regulators to coordinate supervision if it

is appropriate and possible.



In order to prevent violation of the environmental code and to effectively

deal with such crimes, the County Board shall promote cooperation

between the police, the public prosecutor's Office and the

authorities responsible for the supervision, according to the environmental code.

Regulation (2014:1243).



Transfer of supervisory task



section 18 of the scale as shown in Chapter 2. may a State

operating supervisor leave it to a municipal board to

exercise operational supervision, if the Municipal Council requests it.



section 19 of the transfer of the task of exercising supervision operational

should refer to



1. a specific type of regulated persons,



2. a specific type of regulated persons with the exception of a certain

or certain regulated persons, or



3. a certain regulated persons.



section 20 of the authority which decides whether the task to practice operating

supervision can be transferred, shall take into account, when examining



1. the scope of tillsynsobjektens environmental impact,



2. the Municipal Board's conditions to meet

the requirements of §§ 6 – 12,



3. the conditions for the exercise of Municipal Board

supervision of tillsynsobjektens handling of chemical products

to the extent such management occurs,



4. the municipal internal responsibilities for operating and

supervision of municipal activities,



5. the Authority's own conditions to continue

be able to provide effective regulatory guidance on issues related to

the supervised entities,



6. the possibility that within a County, the effective exercise of their supervisory functions, and



7. other issues of importance to the transfer of

supervisory task.



As regards the supervision of municipal activities,

supervisory task not be transferred if it has a

Board organization contrary to Chapter 3. paragraph 5, second subparagraph

Local Government Act (1991:900) or if the municipality's internal

responsibilities for the operation and supervision of other

organisational reasons not adequate for

conditions for effective supervision.



Withdrawal of the supervisory task



section 21 of a supervisory authority has entrusted the task of

Executive operating oversight to a municipal board shall regularly

monitor and evaluate regulatory oversight. If the conditions for

transfer under section 20 no longer exists, the

the supervisory authority to revoke the transfer. A revocation

may relate to a specific or certain regulated persons or a type of

regulated persons.



section 22 A supervisory guiding authority may, in respect of supervision

in its guidance area, request a County Administrative Board

has entrusted the task of supervision to a municipal

Board shall revoke the transfer. If the provincial government does not make

This, the guiding authority supervisors question

of withdrawal to the Government for decision.



Conservation wardens



section 23 of the County Board may appoint conservation wardens. In the case of

areas where a municipal board, responsible for the supervision,

However, the County Board to appoint conservation guards only if

Board request. Regulation (2014:1243).



section 24 of the police authority may, after consultation with the environmental protection agency,

provide for the appointment and training of

conservation wardens and their equipment.

Regulation (2014:1243).



Samples



Article 25 of the Swedish Chemicals Agency may submit to the marketing,

leave, to Sweden for in or from Sweden for a

chemical product, biotechnical organism or be to leave the

samples required for supervision.



section 26 of the medical products agency may submit to the marketing,

leave, to Sweden for in or from Sweden for a

such a cosmetic product as referred to in Regulation (EC) no

1223/2009 or such be referred to in section 7 of the regulation

(2013:413) on cosmetic products, leaving the samples

needed for the oversight. Regulation (2013:418).



paragraph 27 of the provincial government and the Municipal Board may submit to the

selling, transferring, to Sweden for in or from Sweden

for a chemical product or a biotechnical organism to leave

the samples are needed for monitoring.



Reporting



section 28 of the environmental protection agency should, in their capacity as

Prudential guiding authority, by 15 april of each year

the Government must provide an accounting of how supervision can

evolve and improve. Report shall include the deficiencies

in the supervision work identified and describe how

they can be fixed.



Chapter 2. The distribution of operational supervision



section 1 of this chapter shall be allocated state authorities and

Municipal Councils ' responsibility for operating supervision of that

Environment Act and regulations announced under the beam and

EU regulations are followed. The allocation is valid in so far as

the Government of the case has not decided anything

other things.



Where reference is made to one or more chapters in the Swedish environmental code

safety recommendations shall also be given on the basis of the

chapters.



2 § If two or more authorities has the operational

supervisory responsibility for a regulated persons, the authorities

agree on how responsibilities should be shared.



section 3 If, for a given regulated persons is no

responsible supervisory authority, to each of the authorities

as indicated in Chapter 3. exercise operational supervision in the questions

covered by the respective Government

tillsynsväglednings responsibility.



Defence activities



paragraph 4 of the General practitioner is responsible for the operational supervision in

for all activities and measures within

The armed forces, the Swedish fortifications Agency, the Swedish defence materiel administration

and the national defence radio establishment except those covered by

The Swedish Chemicals Agency's responsibilities under section 21 of the first subparagraph 1.

Regulation (2011:702).



§ 5 the provisions of §§ 6-32 does not apply to those

covered by the general physician's responsibilities under section 4.



The protection of areas and species



section 6 of the 7 to 10 sections is allocated the responsibility for the operational supervision in

question about



1. perimeter protection under Chapter 7. the environmental code,



2. protection of animal and plant species in accordance with Chapter 8. the environmental code,



3. the natural and cultural environment in Chapter 12. the environmental code,



4. stängselgenombrott according to chapter 26. section 11 of the environmental code,



5. Council Regulation (EC) No 338/97 of 9 december 1996 on the

protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating

trade with them, and



6. Commission Regulation (EC) no 865/2006 of 4 May 2006

laying down detailed rules for the application of Council regulation

(EC) No 338/97 on the protection of species of wild fauna and flora

by regulating trade therein.



section 7 of the County Administrative Board is responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. national parks,



2. beach protection in such areas or in respect of such

facilities, roads and railways which are subject to

the County Administrative Board's waiver review under Chapter 7. 18 a of the

the environmental code,



3. marine scientific research within Swedish territorial waters

According to Chapter 7. section 23 of the environmental code,



4. Regulation (EC) No 338/97, and



5. Regulation (EC) no 865/2006.



section 8 County Board has responsibility for the oversight in question if the



1. nature reserves, cultural reserves, natural monuments and

water protection areas as determined by the County Administrative Board,



2. Habitat protection areas not located on land covered by

Forestry Act (1979:429) and adopted by the Government

or the County Administrative Board,



3. veterinary and plant health areas that the County Government has announced

regulations under Chapter 7. section 12 of the environmental code,



4. environmental protection areas under Chapter 7. 19 and 20 of the environmental code,

except the areas established in connection with a business that

covered by the general physician's responsibility for supervision under section 4 of the

or by the municipality's responsibility for supervision under section 31,



5. areas and items that are subject to an interim

order of the County Board under Chapter 7. section 24

the environmental code,



6. activities and measures which may affect the environment in a

area referred to in Chapter 7. section 27 of the environmental code, but the

supervision covered by the County Administrative Board's liability under section 7,

the municipality's liability pursuant to section 9 or the Forestry Board's responsibility

According to section 10,



7. maintenance of agricultural land and other land use in

agriculture under 7, 8 and 12. the environmental code,



8. species protection in accordance with Chapter 8. 1-4 of the environmental code,



9. the activities and actions referred to in Chapter 12. 6 §

the environmental code, except those covered by the National Board of forestry

liability under section 10,



10. According to Chapter 12 wildlife reserves. section 11 of the environmental code, and



11. stängselgenombrott according to chapter 26. section 11 of the environmental code.



The County Board may assign the task to exercise supervision in accordance with

the first paragraph for a municipal board under Chapter 1. 19 and

20 sections.



section 9 of the Municipal Board, responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. nature reserves, cultural reserves, natural monuments and

water protection areas established by the municipality,



2. Habitat protection areas established by the municipality,



3. veterinary and plant health areas that the municipality has announced

regulations under Chapter 7. section 12 of the environmental code,



4. beach protection, except those covered by

the County Administrative Board's liability under section 7 (2), and



5. areas and items that are subject to an interim

order of the municipality under Chapter 7. section 24 of the environmental code.



section 10 of the Swedish forest Agency, responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. Habitat protection areas on land covered by

provisions of forestry law (1979:429) and that

National Board of forestry has decided on,



2. harvesting, logging processing, component installation;

constituent services, collection of forest fuel, forest roads,

forest fertilization, liming in timberlands and other

forestry measures, to the extent that the activities and measures are

those referred to in Chapter 12. section 6 of the environmental code and the scope of

the forestry law, and



3. logging, logging processing, component installation;


constituent services, collection of forest fuel, forest roads,

forest fertilization, liming in timberlands and other

forestry measures, if the activities or actions can

affect the environment in an area referred to in Chapter 7. section 27

the environmental code.



Genetic engineering



section 11 of the 12 – 18 §§ allocated responsibility for supervision in respect of



1. genetic engineering under Chapter 13. the environmental code, and



2. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1946/2003

of 15 July 2003 on transboundary movements of

genetically modified organisms (GMOs).



section 12 of the Swedish work environment authority has responsibility for the oversight in question if the

the contained use of genetically modified

micro-organisms.



paragraph 13 of the Sea and the water authority, responsible for the supervision of

question about



1. the contained use of genetically modified aquatic

organisms,



2. deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified aquatic

organisms, and



3. the placing on the market of products containing or

consisting of genetically modified aquatic organisms.

Regulation (2011:642).



section 14 of the Swedish Chemicals Agency, responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified

microorganisms, nematodes, Arachnids and insects, and



2. the placing on the market of products containing or

consisting of genetically modified microorganisms, nematodes,

Arachnids or insects.



section 15 of the national food administration, responsible for the supervision in the case of

the placing on the market of the foodstuffs covered by

the Food Act (2006:804) and containing or consisting of

genetically modified organisms (GMOs).



16 §/expires U: 2016-01-01/

The FDA, responsible for the supervision in the case of

the deliberate release and placing on the market of such

drugs under the medicines Act (1992:859) containing

or consisting of genetically modified organisms.



16 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016

The FDA, responsible for the supervision in the case of

the deliberate release and placing on the market, deliberately

of medicinal products containing or consisting of genetically

modified organisms. Regulation (2015:467).



section 17 of the Swedish forest Agency, responsible for the supervision in the case of

the deliberate release and placing on the market of genetically

modified forest trees intended for timber production.



section 18 of the State's agricultural works, responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. the contained use of genetically modified organisms

but the inspections covered by the Swedish work environment authority's responsibility

pursuant to section 12 or by the Sea and the water authority's responsibilities under

section 13,



2. deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified organisms

but the inspections covered by Sea and water authority

liability under section 13, the Swedish Chemicals Agency's liability under section 14,

The Swedish medical products Agency's responsibilities under section 16 or the National Board of forestry

liability under section 17,



3. the placing on the market of feed containing

or consisting of genetically modified organisms and covered

of the Act (2006:805) on feed and animal by-products, and



4. ' placing on the market of products containing or

consisting of genetically modified organisms, but the supervision

covered by the Sea and the water authority's responsibilities under

section 13, the Swedish Chemicals Agency's liability under section 14,

NFA responsibility under section 15, the national agency responsible

pursuant to section 16 or section 17 of the Board's responsibility under the forest.

Regulation (2011:642).



Other activities and measures



section 19 of the 20 – 35 §§ allocated responsibility for supervision in respect of



1. hazardous activities in accordance with Chapter 9. the environmental code,



2. pollution or environmental damage under 10 Cape.

the environmental code,



3. water operations under Chapter 11. the environmental code,



4. Agriculture and other activities under Chapter 12. 10 §

the environmental code,



5. chemical products and biotechnical organisms, products falling

Chapter 14. the environmental code and equipment designed for handling

plant protection products,



6. waste and producer responsibility under Chapter 15. the environmental code,



7. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 648/2004

of 31 March 2004 on detergents,



8. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 850/2004

of 29 april 2004 on persistent organic pollutants and

amending Directive 79/117/EEC,



9. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 842/2006

of 17 May 2006 on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases;



10. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1013/2006 of the Council of 14 June 2006 on shipments of waste,



11. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1907/2006 of 18 december 2006 concerning the registration,

evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals

(Reach), establishing a European Chemicals Agency,

amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council

Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC)

No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission

Directive 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC,



12. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008 of 16 december 2008 on classification, labelling

and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and

repealing directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC, and

amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006,



13. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1005/2009 of 16 November 2009 on substances that Deplete the

the ozone layer,



14. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1107/2009 of 21 October 2009 concerning the placing of

plant protection products on the market and repealing Council

Directive 79/117/EEC and 91/414/EEC,



15. Regulation (EC) no 1223/2009,



16. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 528/2012

of 22 may 2012 if the making available on the market and

the use of biocidal products,



17. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 649/2012

of 4 July 2012 on the import and export of dangerous

chemicals, and



18. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1257 of november 20, 2013 on ship recycling

and amending Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 and directive

2009/16/EC. Regulation (2015:22).



section 20 of the Swedish work environment authority has responsibility for the oversight in question if the



1. such permission to use pesticides as required

According to the Regulation (2014:425) on pesticides, in cases

licensing question examined by the Swedish work environment authority, and



2. the placing on the market, provide or take in

operational equipment designed for handling

plant protection products in accordance with instructions given by

support of 30 b of the Regulation (2008:245) on chemical products

and biotechnical organisms.



In the work environment Act (1977:1160) and occupational health and safety regulation

(1977:1166) contains provisions on the responsibility of the Swedish work environment authority

for enforcement of the Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 is followed.

Regulation (2014:430).



section 21 of the Swedish Chemicals Agency has, with regard to chapter 14.

the environmental code and the European regulations referred to in section 19 of 7-9,

11-14 and 16 – 17, responsible for supervision in respect of



1. primary suppliers ' placing on the market of chemical

products and biotechnical organisms as well as primary suppliers

obligation to notify chemical products, biotechnological

organisms and products to the product registry,



2. placing of goods on the market, and



3. that such representatives referred to in article 8 of

Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, to fulfil the obligations imposed on

the regulation.



The Swedish Chemicals Agency's oversight responsibilities under the first subparagraph

do not include the supervision that NFA has responsibility for

in accordance with section 22 or which agency is responsible for according to

section 23. Regulation (2014:430).



section 22 of the National Food Administration has, with regard to chapter 14. the environmental code

and Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, responsibility for the oversight in question

If the materials and products that are intended to come into contact

with food.



section 23 of the food and drug administration, responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. cosmetic products under Regulation (EC) no 1223/2009

and Regulation (2013:413) on cosmetic products,

goods referred to in section 7 of the regulation on cosmetic

products, with the exception of matters relating to the products '

flammable, oxidizing or explosive properties,



2. producers ' obligations under articles 3 to 5 and 8 sections

Regulation (2009:1031) on producer responsibility for medicines take

accept waste medicines and inform about

the possibility of leaving waste of medicinal products, and



3. primary suppliers ' placing on the market of such

tattoo colours referred to in the Regulation (2012:503) if

tattoo colors. Regulation (2013:418).



section 24 of the environmental protection agency, responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. producer responsibility under the Regulation (2005:209) if

producer responsibility for electric and electronic products,

with the exception of questions about how the collection of such

local products comply with the requirements of sections 16 and 17 the same

Regulation,



2. producer responsibility under the Regulation (2008:834) if

producer responsibility for batteries, with the exception of questions about how

the collection of batteries locally meet the requirements of 19 and

20 of the same regulation,



3. the Regulation (2014:1073) on producer responsibility for

packaging, with the exception of questions about the handling of

such wastes are covered by the regulation local meets

the requirements of the regulation,



4. the Regulation (2014:1074) on producer responsibility for

recycled paper, with the exception of questions about the handling of

such wastes are covered by the regulation local meets

the requirements of the regulation,



5. Regulation (2014:1075) on producer responsibility for

electrical equipment, with the exception of questions about the handling of

such wastes are covered by the regulation local meets

the requirements of the regulation,




6. Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 on issues

the work is the competent authority, and



7. Regulation (EC) No 1257/2013 in respect of matters

the work is competent. Regulation (2015:22).



section 25 of the State's agricultural works has responsibility for the oversight in question

If



1. Enter system according to the Regulation (2005:220) if the return system

for plastic bottles and metal cans, and



2. control of equipment intended to be used

Professional for the dispersal of plant protection products under

Regulation (2014:425) on pesticides.

Regulation (2014:430).



section 26 of the radiation safety authority has, with regard to

annoyances from ionising and non-ionising radiation,

responsibility for supervision in respect of activities which are

licensed under the environmental assessment regulation

(2013:251) and nuclear activities in accordance with the law

(1984:3) concerning nuclear activities or activities with

radiation under the radiation Act (1988:220).



The Swedish radiation safety authority may assign the task to exercise

the supervision referred to in the first subparagraph to a municipal board under 1

Cape. 19 and 20 sections.



The Swedish radiation safety authority may assign the task to exercise

the supervision referred to in the first subparagraph to the County Board, if



1. the County Administrative Board in accordance with section 29, first paragraph 1 has the responsibility for

supervision in respect of the business, and



2. the County Administrative Board and the Swedish radiation protection authority are in agreement

the transfer. Regulation (2013:268).



26 a of the geological survey is responsible for

supervision in terms of geological storage of carbon dioxide.

Regulation (2014:430).



section 27 of the Transportation Board is responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. the use of marine fuels in ships under

sulfur Regulation (2014:509)



2. equipment of vessels containing controlled substances

According to Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 or regulation (EC) no

1005/2009, and



3. the obligations in the case of vessels provided for in articles

4 to 12 of Regulation (EC) No 1257/2013. Regulation (2015:22).



section 28/expires U: 2016-01-01/County Board has responsibility for the oversight in question if the



1. shipping and aviation as regards such dumping and

incineration of waste regulated under Chapter 15. 31-33 §§

the environmental code, and



2. shipments of waste are regulated in regulation

(EC) No 1013/2006.



The County Board shall co-operate with the police authority in the supervision,

Customs Service and the coast guard. Regulation (2014:1243).



28 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016/County Board has responsibility for supervision in the field of shipping and aviation for the dumping and burning of waste is regulated under Chapter 15. 31-33 of the environmental code.



The County Board shall co-operate with the police authority in the supervision, the customs service and the coast guard. Regulation (2015:657).



28 a section/entry into force: 01/01/2016 in relation to shipments of waste covered by Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006, 1. Gävleborg County Administrative Board responsible for supervision in Dalarna, Gävleborg, jämtland and Västernorrland,



2. the County Administrative Board of norrbotten responsible for supervision in Norrbotten and Västerbotten County,



3. The County Administrative Board in Skåne County, Sweden with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Blekinge, Kalmar, Kronoberg, Skåne County, Sweden



4. the Stockholm County Administrative Board responsible for the supervision of Gotland, Stockholm, Södermanland, Uppsala, Västmanland, Örebro and Östergötland County, and



5. The County Administrative Board of Västra Götaland County, Sweden with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Halland, Jönköping, Värmland and Västra Götaland County.



The County Administrative Board, of supervision interact with other county boards concerned and with the coast guard, Police and the Customs and Excise Department. Regulation (2015:657).



section 29 of the County Administrative Board is responsible for the supervision in the case of



1. businesses that are licensed under

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) and the annex to

Ordinance (1998:899) concerning environmentally hazardous activities and

health protection, except those covered by



a) radiation safety authority's responsibilities under section 26, or



b) geological investigation responsibilities under section 26,



2. water operations, except those water sources covered

of the permit which the municipality has provided for under Chapter 9.

section 10 of the environmental code,



3. pollution damage under 10 Cape. Article 1, first paragraph

the environmental code caused by an activity in

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) is described as a

licensable activities and



a) is in operation, or



b) has ended after 30 June 1969, about supervision at the

date of cessation of operations had not been transferred

to the municipality, and



4. other environmental damage according to 10. section 1 the Environment Act caused

of an activity or action that the County Government has

supervisory responsibilities.



The County Board may assign the task to exercise supervision in accordance with

the first paragraph for a municipal board under Chapter 1. 19 and

20 sections.



The county administrative boards responsible for such supervision referred to in the law

(1999:381) on pollution prevention and control

the consequences of serious chemical accidents is regulated specifically in

the Act. Regulation (2015:238).



section 30 Of the County Administrative Board is responsible for a particular activity

According to section 29, first paragraph 1 or 2, the County Government also

be responsible for the supervision of the activities in terms of



1. the provisions of Chapter 14. the environmental code and the

EU regulations referred to in section 19 of 7 to 9, 11 to 14 and 16 to 17 in question

If



(a)) primary suppliers ' handling of chemical products,

biotechnical organisms and products that don't involve placing

on the market,



b) others ' than primary suppliers ' handling of chemical

products and biotechnical organisms, and



c) others ' than primary suppliers ' handling of goods not

means placing on the market,



2. the provisions adopted pursuant to Chapter 12. 10 §

environmental compliance, and



3. waste, hazardous waste and producer responsibility.



The County Administrative Board's oversight responsibilities under the first subparagraph includes

not the oversight that the Swedish work environment authority has responsibility for according to

section 20, NFA has responsibility under section 22 or

The Swedish Transport Agency has responsibility under section 27.

Regulation (2014:430).



section 31 of the Municipal Board has, in addition to the resulting from 26

Cape. the third subparagraph of paragraph 3 of the environmental code, responsibility for supervision in

question about



1. licensed hazardous activities in accordance with Chapter 9.

the environmental code, which is not specifically provided in

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) or the annex to

Ordinance (1998:899) concerning environmentally hazardous activities and

health protection,



2. water supplies covered by the permit that the municipality

has provided for under Chapter 9. section 10 of the environmental code,



3. pollution damage not covered by the county administrative boards

liability under section 29, first paragraph 3,



4. other environmental damage according to 10. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code, if

the damage has been caused by an activity or action that the

Municipal Board has supervisory responsibility for,



5. management of chemical products and biotechnical organisms

goods in activities other than hazardous activities

According to Chapter 9. the environmental code, except those

The Swedish Chemicals Agency exercises over the primary provider

the placing on the market referred to in paragraph 21, first paragraph, and



6. equipment in motor vehicles, aircraft and trains containing

controlled substances in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 or

Regulation (EC) No 1005/2009. Regulation (2014:430).



32 § On a municipal board, responsible for the supervision of a

certain activities in accordance with chapter 26. the third subparagraph of paragraph 3 of the environmental code

or according to Chapter 1. 19 and 20 of this regulation, shall

the Board is also responsible for the supervision over the operation when the

applies



1. the provisions of Chapter 14. the environmental code and the

EU regulations referred to in section 19 of 7 to 9, 11 to 14 and 16 to 17 in question

If



(a)) primary suppliers ' handling of chemical products,

biotechnical organisms and products that don't involve placing

on the market, and



b) others ' than primary suppliers ' handling of chemical

products, biotech organisms and products, and



2. the provisions adopted pursuant to Chapter 12. 10 §

environmental regulations are followed.



The Board's oversight responsibilities under the first subparagraph shall not include

supervision the work environment authority has responsibility under section 20,

NFA has responsibility under section 22 or

The Swedish Transport Agency has responsibility under section 27.

Regulation (2014:430).



Entry and exit



33 § a supervisory authority responsible for the operational

supervision with regard to the placing on the market of chemical

products, biotech organisms or products, also

responsibility for supervision in respect of the importation into Sweden and

the export of such products from Sweden, organisms and

goods.



The supervisory authority shall in supervision interact with the customs service.



Specific data according to EU regulations



34 § in the supervision of cosmetic products under this

Regulation, the general practitioner or a municipal Board also

perform the tasks referred to in articles 24, 25.1, 25.5

first subparagraph, 26, 27(1), 27(5) of Regulation (EC) no

1223/2009, it is for the competent authority.



General physician and the Municipal Board shall consult with

The MPA before action is taken pursuant to article 27(1) of

the regulation. Regulation (2013:418).



Market control



35 section a supervisory authority responsible for the operational

supervision in the case of cosmetic products under regulation

(EC) no 1223/2009 or, in the case of dangerous substances

Regulation (2012:861) on hazardous substances in electrical and

electronic equipment in their area carrying out the

information referred to in Chapter 1. 5 paragraph 1.



The information referred to in Chapter 1. 5 paragraph 2 to 6 shall

be fulfilled by




1. The Swedish Chemicals Agency in respect of hazardous substances in electrical

or electronic equipment, and



2. The FDA regarding cosmetic products.

Regulation (2013:418).



Chapter 3. Regulatory guidance



1 § supervisory guiding authority referred to in any of 2,

3, 4, 4A, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 16 §,

in its guidance area provide regulatory guidance regarding

the application of the environmental code, the provisions adopted pursuant to

of the Environment Act and EU regulations.



Supervisory guidance authorities to actively promote

coordination and cooperation in matters relating to regulatory guidance.



Supervisory guidance to State agencies on the central level

in its guidance range and in particular provide support to

the County Administrative Board's regulatory guidance to municipalities.

Regulation (2013:910).



Counselling areas



section 2 of the environmental protection agency should provide



1. regulatory guidance to local councils and

County administrative boards, subject to paragraphs 3 to 15, and



2. General regulatory guidance to operational

regulators in matters relating to the application of article 26 and

30 Cape. the environmental code.



paragraph 3 of the Swedish Swedish power grids to provide regulatory guidance in

questions about dam safety under Chapter 11. the environmental code.



section 4 of the building and planning will provide regulatory guidance in matters of chemical

products and biotechnical organisms in case questions

are governed by regulations that Bover-ket have announced, with the support of

Regulation (2008:245) on chemical products and biotechnical

organisms.



4 a of the public health agency will provide regulatory guidance on matters

If



1. health protection in homes and offices, etc. According to Chapter 9.

the environmental code,



2. infectious disease control and other health protection of hygienic or

medical character, except for the matters covered by

The Board's guidance area under section 11 (1), and



3. the application of Chapter 14. the environmental code, if the questions covered

of the decision that the public health agency has informed according to

Regulation (2014:425) on pesticides.

Regulation (2014:430).



paragraph 5 of the Sea and the water authority to provide regulatory guidance in

questions about



1. environmental quality standards in accordance with Chapter 5. the environmental code in its

area of responsibility,



2. water protection areas under Chapter 7. the environmental code,



3. individual drains according to Chapter 9. the environmental code,



4. water operations under Chapter 11. the environmental code, with the exception

for questions concerning land drainage,



5. dumping under Chapter 15. the environmental code,



6. fisheries and aquaculture, with the exception of matters covered

of the Chemicals Inspectorate guidance area under section 6, and



7. protection of groundwater.

Regulation (2014:430).



section 6 of the Chemicals Inspectorate shall, with regard to chapter 14.

the environmental code and the European regulations referred to in Chapter 2. § 19

7 to 9, 11 to 14 and 16 to 17 of this regulation, provide regulatory guidance

in matters concerning the placing on the market, import and export

of chemical products and biotechnical organisms and products,

General handling of such products, organisms or

goods.



The first subparagraph shall not apply to matters covered by Housing

guidance area under paragraph 4 or the national agency

guidance area under section 7. Regulation (2014:430).



section 7 of the MPA will provide regulatory guidance on matters

is regulated in



1. Regulation (EC) no 1223/2009,



2. Regulation (2013:413) on cosmetic products,



3. the Regulation (1977:994) for the sale and storage of

certain volatile solvents, etc., and



4. the Regulation (2012:503) of tattoo colors.

Regulation (2013:418).



section 8 of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency will provide

regulatory guidance in matters concerning environmentally hazardous activities

According to Chapter 9. the environmental code in cases where issues are regulated in



1. Act (1999:381) on measures to prevent and

control of major chemical accidents,



2. Regulation (2015:236) concerning measures to prevent and

control of major chemical accidents, or



3. provisions for the prevention and management of severe

accidents in the Regulation (2013:319) of extractive waste.



The Agency shall support the Swedish Chemicals Agency in regulatory affairs

If chemical products flammable, explosive, oxidising

characteristics. Regulation (2015:238).



section 9 of the National Heritage Board shall provide regulatory guidance on matters

If the cultural reserve.



section 10 of the Swedish forest Agency will provide regulatory guidance in matters of



1. the application of Chapter 7. section 11 and 12. section 6 of the environmental code in

the case questions relating to forestry and is regulated by the Forestry Act

(1979:429),



2. activities and measures in forestry that can affect

the environment in such special protection areas referred to in Chapter 7.

section 27 of the environmental code, if the activities do not fall within the scope of supervision

According to Chapter 2. 7, 8 or 9 of this regulation, and



3. the application of Chapter 14. the environmental code and the EU regulations

as mentioned in Chapter 2. This regulation, if the questions relate to

forestry and the Swedish Chemicals Agency has not

guidance in accordance with section 6.



section 11 of the National Board of health shall provide regulatory guidance in matters of



1. health protection concerning occupational hygienic operations, and



2. the application of the 15 Cape. the environmental code, if the questions relate to

the management of such wastes in annex 4 to

Waste Regulation (2011:927) is described as waste from

natal care, diagnosis, treatment, or

Prevention of disease in humans



(a)) where there are special requirements for the collection and

disposal to prevent infection (waste type 18 01 03 *),



(b)) in the form of chemicals consisting of or containing

dangerous substances (waste types 18 01 06 *),



(c)) in the form of cytotoxic and cytostatic medicines

(waste type 18 01 08 *), or



d) consisting of amalgam from dentistry (waste type 18 01

10 *). Regulation (2015:170).



section 12 of the Swedish Energy Agency will provide regulatory guidance in

questions about operators ' self-checking in the case

conserve energy and use of renewable

energy sources.



paragraph 13 of the State's agricultural work should give regulatory guidance on matters

If



1. livestock operations and activities in the agricultural

and the garden area except in matters governed by

National Chemicals Inspectorate guidance area according to paragraph 6,



2. regulations that State's agricultural work has announced with

under the Regulation (2014:425) on pesticides,



3. waste as referred to in chapter 15. the environmental code when the questions relate to



(a)) return system where the issues regulated in the regulation

(2005:220) if the return system for plastic bottles and metal cans,

and



b) management of such wastes in annex 4 to

Waste Regulation (2011:927) is described as waste from

research, diagnosis, treatment or prevention of

animal diseases which due to contamination danger posed special

requirements for the collection and disposal (waste types 18 02 02 *).

Regulation (2014:430).



section 14 of the Swedish radiation safety authority should provide regulatory guidance in

questions about



1. the activities referred to in Chapter 9. 6, 6 a and 6 b § §

the environmental code in cases where issues are regulated under the radiation Act

(1988:220) or radiation protection Ordinance (1988:293), and



2. damage of pollution and other environmental damage referred to in 10

Cape. the environmental code caused by radioactive substances.

Regulation (2013:268).



section 15 of the questions on the application of the rules on genetic engineering

in chapter 13. the environmental code, the operational supervisor

also indicative of supervision authority in the area

represents the Agency's operational responsibilities.



The first paragraph does not imply any restriction in the Central

and coordinating tasks for control of genetically

modified organisms, the environmental protection agency and

The gene technology Committee under the Ordinance (2002:1086) if

release of GMOs into the environment.



section 16 of the County Board shall provide regulatory guidance in the County. In

the County Administrative Board's regulatory guidance is included to provide municipalities

support to develop supervision.



From the County Administrative Board's guidance area excluded the supervision

be exercised by the National Board of forestry and general physician.



Plans for regulatory guidance



section 17 of the environmental protection agency, marine and water,

The Swedish Chemicals Agency, the State's agricultural work,

The public health agency and provincial governments shall have plans for

regulatory guidance. Plans shall cover a period of three years.

Plans shall be revised as necessary and at least once every year.

Regulation (2013:910).



section 18 of the provincial Government shall, at the request of the Swedish environmental protection agency leave

tasks to work on the prudential guiding operations

the provincial government has implemented or is planning.



Transitional provisions



2011:13



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2011. By

the regulation repeals Regulation (1998:900) If supervision under

the environmental code.



2. Older regulations regarding supervisory matters that

instituted before its entry into force.



2013:268



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



2. in the case of activities covered by the entry into force

of a condition referred to in Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code need

the supervisory authority did not conduct monitoring visits as

10 a of until after January 6, 2014.



2013:910



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on January 1, 2014.



2. The provision in Chapter 3. 4 section 3 in its new version in terms of

also for the questions which are the subject of decisions taken by the National Board of health and welfare

has informed according to the Regulation (2000:338) if

biocidal products before 1 January 2014.



3. The health authority shall, in the matters covered by

tillsynsväglednings carry out the duties of the authority responsible

as indicated in Chapter 1. section 21 even if the National Board as

operating supervisor in accordance with Chapter 2. paragraph 3 of the preceding

the entry into force in accordance with Chapter 1. 18 and 19 §§ has transferred to

a municipal board to exercise operational supervision.