Regulation (1998:899) On Environmentally Dangerous Activities And Health Protection

Original Language Title: Förordning (1998:899) om miljöfarlig verksamhet och hälsoskydd

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General provisions



section 1 of this Regulation applies environmental dangerous activities and

health protection under Chapter 9. the environmental code.



2 repealed by Regulation (2013:262).



section 3 of the Municipal Board under this regulation the

Municipal Board which shall comply with the municipality's data within the

environmental and health protection.



3 AOF With environmental report under this regulation a

environmental report in accordance with chapter 26. paragraph 20 environmental code

or according to the instructions given on the basis of

26 Cape. second or third paragraph of section 20 of the environmental code.

Regulation (2010:953).



4 § If in a case or case under Chapter 9. the environmental code is

ask for authorisation for an environmentally hazardous activities whose

admissibility according to the environmental protection agency or the marine and

Water Authority should be examined by the Government in accordance with chapter 17. paragraph 3 of the

the environmental code, the agency or authority in good time before the goal

is put out to the main negotiation or authorisation decisions communicated

report the matter to the Government. Regulation (2011:625).



Application review of environmentally hazardous activities



Mandatory under Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code



5 § it is prohibited without a licence pursuant to the Environment Act

establish or operate an environmentally hazardous activities in the cases

dangerous substances, as defined in section 4 of

the annex represents a dangerous environment management, included or intended

be part of the business. Regulation (2013:262).



section 6 of an activity or action described under the heading

"Dangerous substances means a management environment that will

be in accordance with Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code "in section 4

of the annex shall not be carried out without such a condition

referred to in Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code. If the operation or

the measure also is licensed under

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251), which applies in the

the regulation said if the trial also permits

for the handling of dangerous substances. If the operation or

action is not licensable under

environmental assessment regulation, should the issue of permits for

handling of dangerous substances must be examined by the County Government.

Regulation (2013:262).



6 (a) repealed by Regulation (2013:262).



6 (b) § Provincial Executive must hand over a tillståndsärende to

Another County Board, if



1. the other County Administrative Board are present or have

a tillståndsärende that has a close relationship with

the former case,



2. the transmission of common management or

It is appropriate that the County Board that has tested a

previous case also tries out the new case, and



3. surrender may take place without considerable inconvenience to any

party. Regulation (2008:690).



In other cases



section 7 of The application for authorisation referred to in Chapter 9. 6 (a)

or 6 b § environmental code shall be adjudicated by the County Government. If

activities covered by 17 Cape. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code, the application

rather than be tried by the land and Environment Court.

Regulation (2013:262).



Time for the review of decisions



section 8 of the environmental protection agency, marine and water authority and

The Swedish civil contingencies agency may, within their

responsibilities, notify such rules referred to in 24

Cape. 5 paragraph 1 the Environment Act. Regulation (2015:237).



Procedure



9 a copy of documents in a case concerning State

to be determined by the County Board to pass to the point

where documents are to be kept available. A communication on

applications must be sent to the municipal board as well as to

The environmental protection agency, marine and water authority and the authority

civil contingencies Agency.



If the County Government has decided that in 24 Cape. 7 §

the environmental code, on its own initiative, take up the question of the review of the

a licence, shall inform the Administrative Board

Municipal Board decision. Regulation (2015:237).



10 § When the provincial government's licensing authority should be informed of

time and place of the meeting will be announced by public notice in

ortstidning. The environmental protection agency, marine and water authority,

The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, applicant and

others who have expressed an opinion in the matter should appropriately

be informed.



The corresponding obligation on the land and Environment Court shows

of 22 Cape. the environmental code. Regulation (2015:237).



section 11 of the judgment or decision has decided a question

If the condition referred to in Chapter 9. 6, 6(a) or 6(b) §

the environmental code should send the judgment or the decision to



1. The environmental protection agency, marine and water authority,

the provincial government and the Municipal Board,



2. The State's agricultural work, if the judgment or decision concerning a

activities described in Chapter 2. environmental assessment regulation

(2013:251), and



3. the authority of samhällskydd and readiness, if the judgment or

the decision concerns an activity covered by the Act (1999:381)

on the control of

serious chemical accidents.



If consultation has taken place with any other authority of a case,

should the decision be sent also to the authority.

Regulation (2015:237).



Special provisions on emissions



11 a section For activities and measures with releases to land,

air, surface water or groundwater which is subject to licence

According to section 4 of the annex or under

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251), to the assessment

the need for precautions and conditions in particular

regard to whether the emissions occurring substances listed in

section 5 of the annex. Regulation (2013:262).



11 (b) § When a condition for environmental hazardous activities

contains conditions if the constraint value, will

such a constraint value "means the amount, concentration

or level of emission which may not be exceeded or

adhered to during one or more specified periods of time, or

otherwise specified in the permit. The value should

normally refer to the point where the emissions leave the installation,

without regard to any dilution. Regulation (2013:262).



Specific provisions on the establishment of sewage installations and

heat pumps, etc.



12 § it is forbidden to discharge in water

wastewater from a toilet or agglomeration, on

waste water has not undergone more far-reaching than treatment

slurry extraction.



By way of derogation from the first paragraph does not apply if it is

clear that such emissions can be done without risk of inconvenience

to human health or the environment.



13 § authorisation to



1. establish a drainage device as one or more

flush toilets connected to, or



2. connect a toilet water to an existing drain device.



The required notification to the Municipal Board for the establishment of a

other drainage device than referred to in the first subparagraph.



An application for an authorisation as referred to in the first subparagraph shall be adjudicated by the

Municipal Board. The application is tested, however, by the doctor in the

general physician supervision of the plant.



A municipality may provide for that instead of

notification is required to in some parts of the municipality

setting up such a device referred to in the second subparagraph. Such

regulations may relate only to obtain a permit needed to

protect human health or the environment. Regulation (2008:690).



14 § it is forbidden, without notification to the municipal

Board change such drainage devices referred to in section 13, if

the action can result in substantial change of the amount of wastewater

or composition.



section 15, the provisions of section 13 of the first and second subparagraphs shall not

applied to a waste facility that requires a permit or

notification under the environmental review regulation (2013:251) or if

drainage device is intended to bring the waste water to

only a public sewage system. Regulation (2013:769).



section 16 of the wiring for a drainage device referred to in section 13 shall

be closed, unless the Board permits otherwise.



17 § it is forbidden, without notification to the municipal

the Board set up a heat pump plant for the extraction of

heat out of the soil or of surface water or groundwater. The municipality may

provide that it will require the permission of the Board to

setting up such a facility within the municipality or within certain

parts of this, if it is needed to protect human health

or the environment.



The first subparagraph shall not apply in the case of heat pump plant

requires a permit or notification pursuant to

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251). Regulation (2013:262).



section 18 of the decision authorising the creation of a drainage device

referred to in section 13, the Municipal Board may provide that

the device must not be put into service until it has been inspected and

approved by the Board. The same is true of a decision authorising

to set up a heat pump facility referred to in section 17.



section 19 A licence pursuant to section 13 or 17 is valid for five years but

expires if the work on the device or the installation do not

has been started within two years.



section 20 of what is said in the third paragraph 13, 14, 16 and 17 sections on

notification to and consent by the Municipal Board shall, in the cases

General physician supervision of establishment or operation,

instead refer to general physician.



Of the municipality announced rules under section 17, first subparagraph

does not apply to the establishments or measures

General doctor supervises.



Special provisions for storage, recycling and

disposal of hazardous waste



20 (a) section A request for authorisation to intermediate storage, recycling

or disposal of hazardous waste, in addition to what

specified in Chapter 22. section 1 of the Swedish environmental code, always include



1. qualitative and quantitative particulars of the dangerous waste

the applicant intends to stage, recycle or dispose of,



2. the indication of origin of the waste will, as well as



3. information about where and how this shall

staged, recycled or disposed of.

Regulation (2001:1064).



20 (b) § licensing authority to obtain municipal opinion

of such an application for a permit referred to in section 20.



Where the application relates to a plant that has great significance from

national point of view and the environmental protection agency's concern, marine and


Water Authority, public health authority, the National Board of health and welfare,

The State's agricultural plant or geological

the remit of the inquiry, the licensing authority

seek opinion from the relevant authority.

Regulation (2013:893).



Specific provisions relating to income



20 (c) § the regulatory authority shall decide that the pit is completed,

If the operator requests it and the area of

the operation has been carried out has efterbehandlats in a from

health and environmental sound manner.



A decision as referred to in the first subparagraph may be notified even if the full

the area has efterbehandlats, if the area remains to be

remediate is not larger than 1 hectare and that on this

area not carried on any business that permits or

notifiable under this regulation.

Regulation (2008:690).



20 d § If the regulator becomes aware that a

täktverksamhet who is licensed under this

Regulation is carried out by someone other than the person who has been

permits for operation, the authority shall inform the

The Revenue Commissioners about who carries on the business.

Regulation (2010:953).



20 e § County Government may impose on the applicant for

permission to quarry for the purposes of this regulation to submit a

study highlights the need for täkten and a täktplan of

the extent necessary.



If the order is not complied with, the provincial government may reject

application. The notice shall contain a statement to that effect.

Regulation (2010:953).



20 f § If the provincial government is considering to provide for

the protection of groundwater under Chapter 7. section 22 of the environmental code for a

area covered by an application for an authorisation to supply according to

This regulation, asked for permission be tried first when

the issue of protection of groundwater has been decided.

The County Government cannot, however, rule on the permit immediately,

If there are special reasons. Regulation (2010:953).



20 g § The giving, refuse, amend or terminate a condition

to supply in accordance with this Regulation shall, as soon as possible, send the decision

environmental protection agency and to the municipality. The decision is to be sent

also at sea and water authority, roadholding authority

and surveying authority, unless it is clear that

the authority has no need to be informed of the decision.

Regulation (2011:625).



20 h repealed by Regulation (2014:22).



Notification requirements in accordance with Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code



section 21 is repealed by Regulation (2013:262).



section 22 of A notification referred to in Chapter 1. 10 or 11 §

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) should be made in good time

before the operation begins, or the action taken. Notification

must be in writing and be filed with the authority or municipality

which, according to the environmental protection Decree (2011:13) exercises

operational supervision over the business or operation. Notification

should, however, be filed with the County Administrative Board, if the activities or

the operation is linked to another issue examined by

the County Administrative Board. Regulation (2013:769).



22 (a) repealed by Regulation (2008:690).



section 23 for a permit under Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code searches for a

activity or action referred to in Chapter 1. paragraph 3 of the

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) need notification is not

be made. Regulation (2013:262).



section 24 If there are special reasons, the Municipal Board

submit notification to the County Government.

Regulation (2013:262).



24 (a) § redesignation 26 AOF Regulation (2008:690).



24 (b) repealed by Regulation (2008:690).



section 25 A notification referred to in Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code should

contain the information, drawings and technical descriptions

necessary for the supervisory authority to assess the

environmentally hazardous activity or measure the nature, scale and

impact on the environment. To the extent necessary in the individual

case, a notification also contain a

environmental impact assessment (EIA) in accordance with Chapter 6. the environmental code.

Regulation (2013:262).



25 AOF A notification relating to a business with wind turbines

shall, in addition to those mentioned in section 25, contain



1. maps, charts showing business location,



2. a technical specification for each wind turbine

contains an indication of the height including rotor blades, hub height

and the rotor diameter and other technical details of the

importance,



3. a description of the ambient conditions at the site and the

expected energy exchange from the business,



4. a description of how these activities affect the natural and

cultural environments, especially areas that are regulated in 3, 4 and 7

Cape. the environmental code,



5. an indication of whether the wind turbines that

subject to notification to stand together with the already constructed

wind turbines,



6. a statement of the existence of wind turbines within a

radius of 2 kilometers from each wind turbine subject

notification,



7. a description of the routes needed for the construction and

operation of the plant and operations,



8. an account of the draw until the electricity network of the

power lines needed for the construction and operation of the

plant and operations,



9. a landscape analysis with a photo montage or other

demonstrates how the plant is visible in the landscape,



10. an estimate of the noise from the property at the relevant

buildings, and



11. an estimate of the shading and reflections from the resort

in the buildings concerned. Regulation (2013:262).



25 (b) § the authority dealing with a notification request

refers to a business with wind turbines



1. may derogate from the requirements of section 25, if the derogation relating to

things that are not needed for processing, and



2. shall, as appropriate, coordinate the handling of

notification issue with any proceedings according to plan-

and building Act (2010:900) in relation to the same wind turbines.

Regulation (2011:368).



25 c § A notification relating to a facility where a

cost-benefit analysis should be carried out in accordance with paragraph 3 of the Act (2014:268)

If some cost-benefit analyses in the field of energy, will be in addition to

as set out in paragraph 25 of the include



1. a statement of the findings of a cost-benefit analysis

approved in accordance with the law, and



2. the decision on the approval of analysis under the same law.

Regulation (2014:355).



25 d § A notification referred to in Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code shall be

in triplicate, if it relates to an activity or action

which, according to the environmental review regulation (2013:251) are subject to

"must obtain a permit (A)", and in duplicate in other cases.

Regulation (2014:355).



25 e § When a notification referred to in Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code has

submitted to



1. the Municipal Board shall immediately send a copy of

documents to the County, if the notification has been submitted

Board, and



2. the Administrative Board shall immediately send a copy of the documents

to the Municipal Board, if the notification has been submitted

the County Administrative Board.



If the notification concerns an activity which, according to

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) are subject to

"must obtain a permit (A)", the Board or the provincial Government also

send a copy of the notification to the environmental protection agency and

Marine and water authority. Regulation (2014:355).



section 26 of The State and municipal authorities and organizations

and individuals who may have a particular interest in the matter shall at

and in a reasonable extent be given an opportunity to be heard

a notification.



26 AOF the case of notifiable activities and

measures described in Chapter 2. 3 or section 4, Chapter 3. section 2, Chapter 4.

5, 10 or section 17, Chapter 5. 3, 6, 8, 9, 13, 17, 20, 22, 24, 28,

30 or section 33, Chapter 6. section 3, Chapter 7. section 3, Chapter 12. 6, 8, 10, 11,

12 or section 13, chapter 13. 2, 4 or 6 §, 14 Cape. 3, 4 or 7 §,

15 Cape. section 8, Chapter 16. 6 or section 7, chapter 18. 1, 2, 4, 5 or

section 10, Chapter 20. 2 or 4 section, chapter 21. 8, 9 or section 12, chapter 24. 2

or 5 §, 28 ch. section 2, chapter 29. 17, 28, 29, 31, 32 or 44 §

or 30 Cape. paragraph 3 of the environmental assessment Regulation (2013:251) should

the authority responsible for the registration dossier considered whether

activity or action needs to be. At the

the examination, the authority shall take into account the criteria

set out in annex II to the Regulation (1998:905) if

environmental impact assessments. If the authority finds that

business or operation to likely to have a significant

environmental impact, the authority shall submit to the operator

to apply for a licence. Regulation (2013:262).



27 § When a notification dossier is enough common ground, the

Authority appointed receiver info order

precautions or prohibitions under the Environment Act of the

necessary, or submit to the operator to apply for

authorisation in accordance with Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code. Such measures

not determined, the Agency shall notify the person who made

notification that the case does not give rise to any action by the

authority.



section 28 is prohibited without notification to the supervisory authority

take a avhjälpandeåtgärd as a result of a pollution damage

in a land or water area, ground water, a building or

a facility under 10 Cape. the environmental code, if the action can

result in increased risk of proliferation or exposure of

pollution and this risk is not deemed to be minor.



The first subparagraph shall not apply in the case of areas that have been

explained that environmental risk areas under 10 Cape. section 15

the environmental code.



With regard to the notification referred to in the first subparagraph shall apply

the provisions of §§ 20-25. Regulation (2007:735).



Correction in accordance with chapter 26. section 18 of the Swedish environmental code



section 29 Before a writ of rectification pursuant to chapter 26. section 18 of the

the environmental code communicated or assistance under section 17 of the same

Chapter is requested in the case of an environmentally hazardous activities

The environmental protection agency's or marine and water authority

area of responsibility will be consulted the relevant authority, if

It can be expected that the cost cannot be taken out of the

the action is directed against. However, this does not apply, if the thing is so

urgent that consultation does not take place. Regulation (2011:625).



section 30 Has a supervisory authority decreed for correction pursuant to 26

Cape. section 18 of the environmental code, the cost of the measures

advanced by public funds.



Environmental report, etc.




section 31, an environmental report should contain



1. the indication of the name of operator and

routing number, and



2. the information is otherwise permitted by regulations

The environmental protection agency has notified pursuant to section 47.

Regulation (2010:953).



31 a § in the case of a facility for sorting and crushing

of rock, gravel or other soil species covered by

4 Cape. section 6 of the environmental assessment Regulation (2013:251) should

the operator in an environmental report to include information on the

production, if requested by the Administrative Board. In addition to the

subject to section 31, such a report will contain information on the

production in terms of natural gravel, till, and bedrock.

Regulation (2013:262).



section 32 Of an activity licence or

notifiable under this regulation or under the

Environmental Assessment Regulation (2013:251) is conducted by someone else

than the authorized for activities or notified

the, the new operator as soon as possible inform

the supervisory authority if it changed the relationship.

Regulation (2013:262).



Special provisions for protection against nuisance for

human health



33 section in order to prevent the emergence of inconvenience to people's

health, housing in particular;



1. give adequate protection from heat, cold, draughts, humidity, noise,

radon, air pollution and other similar disorders,



2. have adequate air flow through the device for

ventilation or otherwise,



3. allow sufficient natural light,



4. be kept adequately heated,



5. provide an opportunity to maintain good personal hygiene,



6. have access to water in sufficient quantity and of acceptable

characteristics to beverage, food preparation, personal hygiene and other

housewifery.



34 § in addition to what is stated in Chapter 9. paragraph 9 of the Environment Act shall

buildings, premises for other than general purposes and

facilities be kept free of vermin.



Measures shall be taken against pests that can cause inconvenience

for human health. It is of particular importance with respect

to health protection, the municipality shall ensure that the measures

taken.



35 § there should be enough toilets or in

access to buildings where people stay for a longer

time of day or night.



36 § pets and other animals kept in captivity,

stored and managed to harmful effects for human health

does not arise.



37 § anyone who intends to organize a manure city or other

storage area for animal droppings in the area with detailed plan shall

notify the local board or to the general-

the doctor, then general physician supervision of operations.



38 § it is forbidden to operate without notification or arrange



1. activities in which the public Professional offers hygienic

treatment that involves a risk of blood-borne infection through the use of

scalpels, Acupuncture needles, piercningsverktyg or other

like cutting or stabbing tools,



2. swimming pool which is franchised to the public or as otherwise

used by many people, or



3. preschool, open to schools, recreation centres, open

recreational activities, preschool, primary school, basic särskola,

comprehensive school, upper secondary school, same särskola, special school or

international school.



Notification must be made to the Municipal Board of the commune in which the

activities referred to operate or be arranged. If general physician

supervising operations to notification shall be made to

General physician.



A notifiable activities may commence not earlier than six

weeks after the notification has been made, if not

regulatory authority determines otherwise.

Regulation (2011:567).



Municipal regulations, etc.



39 § if necessary to prevent inconvenience to

human health arises, the municipality may provide that



1. bovine animals, horse, goat, sheep or pigs,



2. furry animals or poultry which are not pets, or



3. snake



must not be kept in the area with detailed plan or

District rules without special permission of the municipal

Board. Such authorisation may be subject to specific

conditions.



40 § if necessary to prevent inconvenience to

human health arises in a municipality, the municipality may notify

regulations on



1. idling of motor vehicles,



2. dissemination of natural manure, sludge and other filth

in the area with detailed plan or next to the area,



3. establishment of a different kind of toilet than water toilet,



4. handling of milk in room for milk products, on which

Food Act (2006:804) does not apply,



5. protection of groundwater and surface water supplies, individual



6. temporary prohibition of small-scale fired by some fixed

fuels in specific areas,



7. care and supervision of heating device for some fixed

fuels,



8. temporary prohibition of burning of leaves, twigs and other

garden waste in the scheduled area,



9. burning of the straw on the land, and



10. air heat pumps.



If in a municipality are found camping on a significant scale,

the municipality may regulate or prohibit such

Camping in particularly vulnerable areas if necessary to

prevent nuisance to human health arise.



The municipality may, in an individual case, provide for

restrictions or conditions for the exercise of amice on

certain public place if it is needed to prevent

inconvenience to human health arise.

Regulation (2010:953).



41 § General physician may indicate the additional regulations

for the armed forces, the Swedish fortifications Agency, Defense

materiel command and national defence radio establishment needed to

protection against harmful effects on human health. Before such

regulations communicated to General physician told

The environmental protection agency, marine and water authority and

The public health authority in the authority heard

area of responsibility. Regulation (2013:893).



42 § if in a municipality are urbanized area

covered by a detailed development plan, the municipality may, on special grounds

causing it, provide that a provision referred to in 37

or 40 paragraph 2 shall also apply in such densely populated

area.



43 § On a separate map shall be marked out areas referred to in

paragraph 13, second sentence, section 17, first subparagraph, second

sentence, 40 and 42 sections. The map shall be annexed to the

other provisions on the protection of health in the municipality.



44 § Municipality shall promptly notify



1. the provincial government about the regulations to which the municipality has announced

under this regulation, and



2. surveying authority of any regulations that the municipality has

announced pursuant to paragraph 40, 5.



Provisions on the announcement and making available of municipal

regulations can be found in Chapter 3. section 30 of the local Government Act (1991:900).

Regulation (2012:649).



45 § Municipality, in addition to the

environmental protection Regulation (2011:13) pay particular

attention to the following buildings, premises and facilities:



1. buildings that contains one or more residential and

associated facilities,



2. premises for education, medical or other disposal,



3. meeting halls where many people tend to gather,



4. hotels, guest houses and similar places where public

Professional offered temporary accommodation,



5. sports facilities, camping facilities, bathing facilities,

Strandbad and other similar facilities that are franchised for

the public or otherwise used by many people,



6. premises where the public Professional offers hygienic

treatment, and



7. premises for the storage of animal. Regulation (2011:21).



Applications and notifications



§ 46 an application or a notification to the Municipal Board

in accordance with the provisions of sections 37 and 38 or provision notified

with the support of the 39, 40 and 42 sections shall be in writing and contain

the data necessary for the case and the drawings and

technical descriptions as needed to assess the

facilities, premises or facilities referred to in the application

or notification.



Provision for a derogation from the obligation to draw up a

environmental impact assessment (EIA) in accordance with Chapter 6. the environmental code, see

section 2 of the Ordinance (1998:905) on environmental impact assessment.



Appropriations for the environmental protection agency



47 § environmental protection agency may announce details relating to the

What precautions to be followed in



1. wood preservation treatment by dipping,



2. wood preservation treatment by pressure or vacuum impregnation,



3. inorganic surface treatment by treatment,



4. the discharge of industrial waste water,



5. urban waste-water treatment,



6. emissions to air from the combustion of

municipal waste which have been granted an authorisation pursuant to

Environmental Protection Act (1969:387) or the Swedish environmental code,



7. the use of sewage sludge in agriculture,



8. storing, draining, disassembly and disposal of other

Junk cars, and



9. storage, pretreatment, recovery and disposal of

waste electrical and electronic equipment.

Regulation (2013:262).



47 AOF the environmental protection agency may



1. in the case of activities covered by licence

environmental review under this regulation or regulation

(2013:251) or by an order to apply for a licence

According to Chapter 9. 6 AOF the environmental code provide that

an environmental report shall contain a statement of the

environmental impact in other respects than the scope of

the terms and conditions of a licence, as well as of other data

related to the scope of the beam and the environment

objectives,



2. in the case of activities which are not subject to licence

According to the environmental assessment regulation provide that

it in an environmental report must be submitted that information on emissions

and transfer resulting from

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 166/2006 of the

on 18 January 2006 concerning the establishment of a European pollutant

release and transfer register and amending

Council Directive 91/689/EEC and 96/61/EC, in the terms referred to in

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 596/2009,




3. in the case of sewerage network which is connected to a

wastewater treatment facility which is licensed under the

environmental assessment regulation provide that in

an environmental report should be provided information on



(a)) the number of bräddningar waste water treatment that have occurred during the

year,



(b)) the places where overflow has occurred, and



(c)) is brimming volume, reported as cubic metres per location and

years,



4. provide for the information on

the production of natural gravel, till, and bedrock as an environmental report

According to section 31 will contain, and



5. provide for how the data in a report

to be reported. Regulation (2014:1371).



Fulfillment of the accommodation in environmental damage case



48 § when the land and Environment Court has announced a judgment or

decision in respect of a claim referred to in Chapter 32. the environmental code that

the environmental protection agency's concern or marine and water authority

area of responsibility, the Court shall inform the relevant authority

If the judgment or decision. Regulation (2011:625).



Supervision and fees



49 § provision for supervision, see 26 Cape. the Environment Act and in

environmental protection Regulation (2011:13). Provisions on the

operational supervisory responsibilities associated with this regulation

see chapter 26. 3 paragraph environmental code and Chapter 2. 4,

26, 29 and 31 of the regulation for environmental inspections.



Of the Regulation (1998:940) on fees for examination and supervision

under the Environment Act contains provisions relating to fees.

Regulation (2011:21).



The exchange of information



49 (a) repealed by Regulation (2013:262).



49 (b) § nature conservation authority is the competent authority referred to in

Regulation (EC) No 166/2006. Regulation (2008:690).



Appeal



50 § provision for appeal, see chapter 18. section 1 and

19 Cape. § 1 the Environment Act and Chapter 1. section 2 of the first subparagraph and

Chapter 5. Act (2010:921) on land and Environment Court.



A decision by a county administrative board or municipality that in 24 Cape.

section 7 of the Environment Act of their own accord to raise an issue for review by a

activities shall be subject to appeal.



The Swedish forest agency may appeal against decisions relating to issues of income

for the purposes of this regulation. Regulation (2010:954).



Penalties and forfeiture



section 51 of chapter 29. the Environment Act provides for penalties and

forfeiture.



Transitional provisions



1998:899



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1999,

environmental protection Regulation (1989:364) and health protection regulation

(1983:616) is hereby repealed.



2. upon entry into force engages in environmentally hazardous activities

for the requirements for the licensing of operation introduced by section 5,

shall, not later than 31 december 2005, if the operation is

specified in the annex to the Regulation (2004:989) on the review of the

some environmentally damaging activities, and otherwise no later than 31

December 2007 have been submitted to a licensing authority with a

application for such a permit.



By way of derogation from the first subparagraph if the condition also applies to the

conducts environmental dangerous activities for which the environmental protection agency

or County Government pursuant to paragraph 10(2)

Environmental Protection Act (1969:387), as in force before 1 July

1981, admitted exceptions from the obligation to apply for

State. Regulation (2006:1162).



3. That upon entry into force engages in environmentally hazardous activities

for the requirements for notification of the operation provided for in section 21, shall

not later than 31 december 2002 have been submitted to the

the supervisory authority with such notification.



By way of derogation from the first subparagraph if the notification does not apply if

the supervisory authority referred to in Chapter 9. 6 section environmental code

has submitted to the operator to apply for permits.

Regulation (2001:748).



2001:513



This Regulation shall enter into force on 16 July 2001. For such

landfills, referred to in § 38 Regulation (2001:512) whether landfill

of waste, for which licence is imposed as a result of this

Regulation, authorisation fr. o.m. on 1 January 2009.

Provisions relating to adaptation plans for such landfill sites, see

38-42 of the said regulation. Regulation (2001:748).



2001:748



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 december 2001.



2. The following applies to activities initiated by 1

December 2002 and which are not subject to authorisation in accordance with paragraph 5 of the

Ordinance (1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and

health protection if licensing status is introduced as a result of this

Regulation. The business may continue to operate until

31 december 2005, on the activities listed in

the annex to the Regulation (2004:989) on the review of certain

environmental hazardous activities, and otherwise to 31

December 2007 although the permit requirement is introduced. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator operation

submitted a permit application to the licensing authority

by 31 december 2005 at the latest, on the activities listed in

the annex to the Regulation (2004:989) on the review of certain

environmental hazardous activities, and otherwise no later than 31 december

2007 and the licensing authority decides otherwise.

Regulation (2006:1162).



3. The following applies to activities which commenced before the

1 december 2001 and which have not been authorized or notified

According to section 5 of the regulation and section 21 (1998:899) about

environmental hazardous activities and the protection of health, of obligatory declaration

introduced as a result of this regulation. Activities must

continue to be carried out until 31 december 2002 without

prejudice to the obligation to put in place. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator operation

not later than 31 december 2002 made a notification to the

the supervisory authority.



4. The provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply if

the supervisory authority referred to in Chapter 9. 6 section environmental code

has submitted to the operator to apply for permits.



2001:1064



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2002.

Regulation (2002:557).



2. The following applies to activities initiated by 1

January 2002 which are not covered by the authorisation required under paragraph 5 of the

Ordinance (1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and

health protection, if the operation has been licensed to

as a result of that particular waste according to the waste regulations

(2001:1063) shall be regarded as hazardous waste. Activities must

continue to be carried out until 31 december 2005, if

activities listed in the annex to the regulation

(2004:989) on the review of certain environmentally hazardous activities, and in

Moreover, until 31 december 2007 even though

the permit requirement is introduced. Thereafter, the business conducted

only if the operator operation filed an application for

permission to the licensing authority not later than 31 december

in 2005, the activities listed in the annex to the regulation

(2004:989) on the review of certain environmentally hazardous activities, and in

Moreover, by 31 december 2007 and the licensing authority

do not decide otherwise. Regulation (2006:1162).



3. The following applies to activities initiated by 1

January 2002 and that are not authorized or notified

According to section 5 of the regulation and section 21 (1998:899) about

environmentally hazardous activity and health protection, if the business has

become compulsorily notifiable by virtue of certain waste as

waste regulations (2001:1063) shall be regarded as hazardous waste.

The business may continue to operate until 31

December 2002 in spite of the fact that the obligation is imposed. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator operation

not later than 31 december 2002 made a notification to the

the supervisory authority. Regulation (2002:557).



4. The activities referred to in section 5 of the regulation

(1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and health protection, or

Regulation (1996:971) of hazardous waste at the end of the year

2001 had permission to manage or take other actions with the

such wastes according to older rules did not constitute

hazardous waste but according to waste regulations (2001:1063)

shall be regarded as hazardous waste. The business may continue to

be subject to the permit as long as the permit is in force,

but until 31 december 2005, if the operation

listed in the annex to the Regulation (2004:989) for review

of certain hazardous activities, and otherwise to

on 31 december 2007. Thereafter, the operation will be carried out only

If the operator operation filed a new application for

permission to the licensing authority not later than 31 december

in 2005, the activities listed in the annex to the regulation

(2004:989) on the review of certain environmentally hazardous activities, and in

Moreover, by 31 december 2007 and the licensing authority

do not decide otherwise. Regulation (2006:1162).



5. The following applies to activities under section 21

Ordinance (1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and

health protection or regulation (1996:971) on hazardous waste

the end of 2001 had been notified to handle or take

other measures with the waste according to the older provisions

did not constitute hazardous waste but according to waste regulations

(2001:1063) shall be regarded as hazardous waste. Activities must

continue to be carried out until 31 december 2002.

Thereafter, the operation will be carried out only if the operator

activities by 31 december 2002 made a notification to the

the supervisory authority. Regulation (2002:557).



6. paragraphs 2, 3 and 5 shall not apply if

the supervisory authority referred to in Chapter 9. 6 section environmental code

has submitted to the operator to apply for permits.

Regulation (2002:557).



2002:557



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2002. The new

provisions shall be applicable for the period from 1

January 2002.



2002:619



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 30 July 2002.



2. The following applies to activities that have been initiated prior to the

30 July 2002 which are not covered by the authorisation required under paragraph 5 of the

Ordinance (1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and

health protection if licensing status introduced by this regulation.

The business may continue to operate until 30


June 2006 even though the permit requirement is introduced. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator operation

submitted a permit application to the licensing authority

by 30 June 2006 and the licensing authority decides

something else. Regulation (2005:358).



3. The provisions of paragraph 2 shall not apply if

the licensing authority in accordance with Chapter 9. section 6, second paragraph

the Environment Act has submitted to the operator to apply for

State.



2003:80



For activities involving nuclear power plants or other nuclear reactor

dismantled or abolished and where the reactor has been shut down

before 1 May 2003 the new rules the measures

for dismantling or decommissioning that after shutdown

beginning on May 1, 2003, or later. Regulation (2003:210).



2003:210



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2003 but applied

from 1 May 2003.



2003:1052



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2004.



2. The following applies to activities that have been initiated prior to the

1 January 2004 and which are not subject to authorisation in accordance with paragraph 5 of the

Ordinance (1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and

health protection if licensing status introduced by this regulation.

The business may continue to operate until 31

December 2005, on the activities listed in the annex to

Regulation (2004:989) on the review of certain hazardous

activities, and otherwise to 31 december 2007

even though the permit requirement is introduced. Thereafter, each activity

be carried out only if the operator operation filed a

application for authorization to the licensing authority not later than 31

December 2005, on the activities listed in the annex to

Regulation (2004:989) on the review of certain hazardous

activities, and otherwise no later than 31 december 2007, and

licensing authority decides otherwise.

Regulation (2006:1162).



3. Activities will be notifiable under this

Regulation may continue to be carried out until 31

December 2004 in spite of the fact that the obligation is imposed. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator operation

not later than 31 december 2004 made a notification to the

the supervisory authority.



4. paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply if

the supervisory authority referred to in Chapter 9. 6 section environmental code

has submitted to the operator to apply for permits.



2005:15



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 15 February 2005 and may

shall apply as from 1 January 2005.



2. Storage in accordance with section 22 has begun before the

15 February 2005 shall be notified no later than 29 March 2005.



2005:180



This Regulation shall enter into force on 3 May 2005 and may

shall apply as from 1 January 2005.



2005:354



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 30 June 2005.



2. The following applies to activities that have been initiated prior to the

30 June 2005 and that are not subject to authorisation in accordance with paragraph 5 of the

Ordinance (1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and

health protection if licensing status introduced by this regulation.

Activities may continue to operate until 30

June 2006 even though the licence is introduced. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator operation

given in the application for authorization to the licensing authority

by 30 June 2006 and the licensing authority decides

other things.



3. The provisions of paragraph 2 shall not apply if

the licensing authority in accordance with Chapter 9. section 6, second paragraph

the Environment Act has submitted to the operator to apply for

State.



2005:623



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 August 2005.



2. Permission to quarry shall continue to apply if it has

granted on the basis of 12 Cape. § 1 the Environment Act or according to

instructions given pursuant to the Environment Act.

Authorisations shall be considered to be announced pursuant to Chapter 9. section 6 of the

the environmental code.



2006:1142



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 december 2006.



2. Older provisions apply to the examination and the examination

of cases and applications for authorisation which commenced before 1 december

2006.



2007:674



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 August 2007 in question

If section 28 and 1 January 2008 for the rest.



2. The following applies to activities initiated by 1

January 2008 and which have not been authorized under article 5 of the regulation

(1998:899) on environmentally dangerous activities and health protection, on

permit requirement imposed as a result of this regulation or if

activities covered by point 2 of the transitional provisions

to the regulation on environmental dangerous activities and health protection,

point 2 of the transitional provisions of the regulation

(2001:748) amending the Ordinance on environmentally dangerous activities

and health protection, paragraph 2 or 4 of the transitional provisions

to Regulation (2001:1064) concerning the amendment of the regulation on

environmentally hazardous activity and health protection or point 2 of

the transitional provisions of the Regulation (2003:1052) if

Amendment of the regulation on environmental dangerous activities and

health protection. The business may continue to be carried out without

State until 30 June 2008. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator operation

have submitted an application for authorisation to

the licensing authority not later than 30 June 2008 and

licensing authority decides otherwise.

Regulation (2007:1373).



3. The following applies to activities initiated by 1

January 2008 and has not been authorized or notified

According to section 5 of the regulation and section 21 (1998:899) about

environmental hazardous activities and the protection of health, of obligatory declaration

introduced as a result of this regulation. Activities must

continue to be carried out until 30 June 2008 even though

the obligation is imposed. Thereafter, the business conducted

only if the operator operation has made a notification

to the regulatory authority no later than 30 June 2008.



4. paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply if

the supervisory authority referred to in Chapter 9. 6 section environmental code

has submitted to the operator to apply for permits.



5. Older provisions apply to the examination and the examination

of cases commenced before 1 January 2008.



2008:690



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 August 2008.



2. the provisions of this Regulation as compared with older

provisions less stringent requirements for a business to

apply from 30 June 2008.



3. in the case of activities that have been initiated before 1 August

2008 and which have not been authorized under article 5 of and which also does not

have had to seek permission before 30 June 2008 the

the following. If this regulation compared to the older provisions

means that a business is notifiable in lieu of

licensable activities may be conducted without notification

has been made up to 31 december 2008. Thereafter, each

activities will be carried out only if the operator has made

a notification to the regulatory authority no later than 31 december 2008

and the supervisory authority does not decide otherwise.



4. If this regulation compared to the older provisions

more stringent requirements in terms of reporting obligation for a business that

started before 1 August 2008, the business

continue to be conducted without notification is made even

on 31 december 2008. Thereafter, the operation will be carried out only

If the operator has made a notification to the

the regulatory authority no later than 31 december 2008 and

the supervisory authority does not decide otherwise.



5. If this regulation compared to the older provisions

more stringent requirements with regard to obtain a permit for an activity

started before 1 August 2008, the business

continue to be carried out without the authorisation until 31

December 2008. Thereafter, the operation will be carried out only if

the operator has submitted an application for authorisation to

the licensing authority by 31 december 2008 and

licensing authority decides otherwise.



6. What is said in paragraphs 3 to 5 shall not apply if

the supervisory authority referred to in Chapter 9. 6 section environmental code

has submitted to the operator to apply for permits.



7. Older provisions apply to the examination and the examination

of cases initiated before 1 August 2008.

(B) the provisions of section 6 may, however, also apply to cases

before 1 August 2008.



2008:727



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 september 2008 and

apply to activities that are not in operation, or

an authorization under the Environment Act that date.



2. Older provisions apply to the examination and the examination

of cases commenced before 1 september 2008.



2009:863



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 August 2009.



2. A business which, under the older rules,

notifiable, may continue to be subject to the elderly

the rules even though the business is licensed

with this regulation, if the operation is reported on 1 August

2009.



3. The activities carried out on August 1, 2009 and

According to the older provisions is not notification or

permits binding but which become notifiable with this

Regulation may continue to be subject to older

provisions.



4. Older provisions apply to the examination and

the handling of the cases initiated before 1

August 2009.



Annex



Activities and hazardous substances



This annex contains a list of the descriptions of

activities and measures which a licence under section 5 of

and a list of such dangerous substances in emissions

referred to in section 11.



Title 4



ACTIVITIES WITH MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES



Dangerous substances means a management environment that will

be in accordance with Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code



This Department consists of part 1, which lists the

of specific categories of danger and part 2 which contains a

list of hazardous substances.



The following applies for the purposes of this title.




1. In Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008 of 16 december 2008 on classification, labelling

and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and

repeal of directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC and

amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, in the terms referred to in

Commission Regulation (EU) no 1297/2014, is

provisions on classification and labelling of substances and

mixtures.



2. Mixtures should be treated in the same way as pure substances provided they

kept within the concentration limits because of the

characteristics set out in Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008, or

its latest adaptation to technical progress, but

If a percentage composition or other description is specified

specifically.



3. Dangerous substances which are not covered by Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008, in the terms referred to in Commission Regulation (EU) no

1297/2014, including waste, but which occur or

likely to occur in an activity and at the

conditions found at the establishment has, or is likely

have the same characteristics in terms of opportunities to

cause major accidents, should provisionally be attributed

to the category of part 1 which is most analog or

hazardous substance in part 2 which is most analogous.



4. If a hazardous substance exhibiting characteristics which result in multiple

classifications according to Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008, the

the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no 1297/2014;

should the classification corresponding to the minimum amount of

hazardous substance shall apply. Where a hazardous substance is covered by

Part 1 and part 2, the amounts referred to in

Part 2 applies.



5. If any of the substances listed in part 2 paragraphs 42 to 48

included in a flammable liquid, as referred to in Section 1 paragraphs P5a

or should the amounts provided for P5b in the latter paragraphs

apply.



6. the quantity of dangerous substance should be taken into account for the purposes

the regulation is the maximum amount of present or

may be present. Dangerous substances involved in an activity

only in quantities equal to or less than 2%

of the amount specified in part 1 and part 2 should not be included in the

the calculation of the total quantity present if they are

placed within the business so they can't trigger a

major accident elsewhere within it.



7. If, within an activity are present or may be present

several dangerous substances listed in this annex in quantities

is less than the maximum quantities specified for each substance, a

summary be made to determine if the activity is subject to

of the provisions. For the purposes of aggregation to the

selected limit value is always equal to the current

the classification. The summation is done according to the formula

SQX/Qx = q1/Q1 + q2/Q2 + .... + qn/Qn where qx denotes the

If any quantity of dangerous substance x for "topic 1" even "topic

(n) "in the list of subject and categories of substances in

This annex and Qx represents the specified in this annex

maximum amount for each substance or class of substances.

This formula is applied for:



a) summary of hazardous substances listed in part 2 and

included in the acute toxicity category 1, 2 or 3 (via

inhalation) or STOT SEE category 1, along with dangerous

substances contained in section h: records H1 to H3 in part 1,



b) summary of the dangerous substances listed in part 2 and

which are explosive substances, mixtures or articles,

flammable gases, flammable aerosols, oxidizing gases,

flammable liquids, självreagerande substances and mixtures,

organic peroxides, pyrophoric liquids and solids,

oxidizing liquids and solids together with the dangerous

substances contained in section P entries P1 to P8 in part 1,

and



c) summary of the dangerous substances listed in part 2 and that

included in the hazardous to the aquatic environment, acute category 1, chronic

category 1 or chronic category 2 along with the

dangerous substances contained in section E entries E1 and E2 in Part

1.



If any of the amounts under (a), (b) or (c) is equal to or

greater than one (1) to the activities covered by

the provisions.



8. The exception to this Department are:



a) hazards created by ionizing radiation that emanates

from topics,



b) such handling of dangerous substances covered by the law

(2006:263) on the transport of dangerous goods and that is taking place outside

activities,



(c)) the carriage of dangerous substances that occur in bulk in vessels

When the shipment is made in the ship's fixed tanks, or dangerous

substances used as fuels in a vessel outside the

activities covered by the Act (1999:381) on measures

to the control of major-

chemical accidents,



d) the carriage of dangerous substances in pipelines outside the

activities covered by the Act (1999:381) on measures

to the control of major-

chemical accidents, or



e) military activities.



9. To amend the classification of a substance as referred to in part 1

means that an activity covered by this title is

to permit the following.



(a)) on the activities commenced before the amendment, it may nevertheless

the permit requirement continue to be conducted in two years from

the change. Then, it may be carried out only if there are

State of the operator within

the two-year period has applied for authorization and

the licensing authority does not decide otherwise.



(b)) That subparagraph (a) above does not apply if the regulatory authority referred to in

9 Cape. 6 AOF the environmental code has submitted to the operator to

apply for a licence.



Part 1-Categories of dangerous substances



In this part specified categories in tables in section H, P, E

and o. after the table in section P, see notes to the

different points in the table.



Section H – Health Hazards



Category in accordance with regulation Quantity in tonnes

(EC) 1272/2008



H1 acute toxicity, category 1, all

routes of exposure 20



H2 acute toxicity



– category 2, all routes of exposure



– category 3, route of exposure through

inhalation, or



– category 3, route of exposure via the oral route

intake (H 301) where substances do not

may be classified either according to

acute inhalation toxicity or acute

toxicity by dermal absorption, such as

due to the absence of

clear toxicity information at

inhalation or dermal absorption. 200



H3 STOT stot-

STOT single exposure SEE category 1 200



Section P – Physical hazards



Category in accordance with regulation due Amount in tonnes

(EC) 1272/2008



P1A explosive substances, mixtures and

subject



– Unstable explosive substance, mixture

or objects,



– Explosive substances, mixtures and

objects, Division 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.5

or 1.6, or



-substances or mixtures that have

explosive properties according to method a. 14

of Regulation (EC) no 440/2008 and not

hazard classes belong to Organic

peroxides or self-reactive substances

and mixtures. 50



P1b Explosive substances, mixtures and

subject



Explosive substances, mixtures and

objects, Division 1.4. 200



P2 flammable gases



Flammable gases category 1 or 2 50



P3a Flammable aerosols



"Flammable" aerosols category 1 or

2 containing flammable gases

category 1 or 2, or flammable

liquids category 1 500

(net)



P3B Flammable aerosols



"Flammable" aerosols category 1 or

2 which does not contain flammable

gases category 1 or 2;

flammable liquids category 1 50 0000

(net)



4 Oxidizing gases



Oxidizing gases category 1 200



P5a flammable liquids



– Flammable liquids, category 1,



– Flammable liquids of category 2

or 3, which is being held at a

temperature above their boiling point, or



– other liquids with a flash-point

60 ° C which is held at a temperature

above its boiling point. 50



P5B flammable liquids



– Flammable liquids of category 2

or 3 where special

process conditions, such as high

pressure or high temperature, may give

rise to the danger of serious

accident, or



– other liquids with a flash-point

60 ° C where special

process conditions, such as high

pressure or high temperature, may give

rise to the danger of serious

accident. 200



P5c flammable liquids



Flammable liquids, category 2

or 3, which is not covered by the P5a

and P5b 50,000



P6a self-reactive substances and mixtures

and organic peroxides



-Self reactive substances and mixtures,

Type A or B, or



-Organic peroxides, type A or B 50



P6b self-reactive substances and mixtures

and organic peroxides



-Self reactive substances and mixtures,

type C, D, E or F, or



-Organic peroxides, types C, D, E or F 200



P7 Pyrophoric liquids and solids



-Pyrophoric liquids category 1, or



-Pyrophoric Solids category 1 200



P8 Oxidizing liquids and solids



-Oxidizing liquids category 1, 2 or

3, or



-Oxidizing solids category 1, 2

eller 3 200



Note to point P1a third indent: testing

explosive properties of substances and mixtures is only needed if

the screening carried out in accordance with annex 6 part III of the UN

recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods, Manual of

Tests and Criteria, shows that the substance or the mixture may have

explosive properties. More guidance on when testing is not

needed, see the description of the method (A) 14 of regulation

(EC) no 440/2008 on test methods pursuant to Regulation (EC) no

1907/2006 concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and

restriction of chemicals (Reach), in the terms referred to in

Commission Regulation (EU) no 900/2014.




Note to paragraphs P1a P1b Explosive hazard class and:

substances, mixtures and articles which include explosive articles

in accordance with section 2.1. in annex I to Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008, in the terms referred to in Commission Regulation (EU) no

1297/2014. For objects containing explosive substances or

mixtures are the quantity of the substance or mixture to be

apply, if known. If the amount is not known, to the entire

the subject is regarded as explosive.



Note to point P1b: If explosive substances, mixtures

and articles of Division 1.4 unpacked or repacked, should

they are assigned record P1a, except if it can be shown that the danger

still included in risk group 1 (4) of Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008, in the terms referred to in Commission Regulation (EU) no

1297/2014.



Note to paragraphs P3a and P3b: Flammable aerosols

classified in accordance with Directive 75/324/EEC on the

approximation of the laws of the Member States

relating to aerosol dispensers, in wording as

Commission Directive 2013/10/EU. "Extremely flammable" and

"flammable aerosols" in accordance with the same directive corresponds to the

"flammable aerosols category 1" or "flammable

aerosol category 2 "in Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008, the

the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no 1297/2014.



Note to item P3b: When this item is used, it must

available documentation on the aerosol container does not contain

flammable gas of category 1 or 2, or flammable

fluid in category 1.



Note to point P5a, third indent and P5b other

indent: for the classification of flammable liquids

under section 2.6.4.5 into Annex i to Regulation (EC)

No 1272/2008, in the terms referred to in Commission Regulation (EU)

No 1297/2014, to liquids with a flashpoint above 35 ° C not

need to be classified in category 3 if negative results have

obtained in the test for the maintenance of the combustion l. 2, part

III, section 32 of the UN recommendations on the transport of

dangerous goods, Manual of Tests and Criteria. However, this does

not under elevated conditions such as high temperatures or

high pressure. Therefore be subject to these fluids of the P5a or P5b.



Section E – Environmental Hazards



Category in accordance with regulation Quantity in tonnes

(EC) 1272/2008



E1 Hazardous to the aquatic environment in the category

acute or chronic 1 1 200



E2 Hazardous to the aquatic environment in the category

chronic 2 500



Section O – other dangers



Category in accordance with regulation Quantity in tonnes

(EC) 1272/2008



O1 substances or mixtures with

hazard statement EUH014 500



O2 substances and mixtures which, in contact

with water, flammable gases

category 1 500



O3 substances or mixtures with

hazard statement EUH029 200



Part 2 – Named hazardous substances



In this part specified hazardous substances in a table. After the table

see notes to the various points in the table.



Dangerous substances in tonnes



1. Ammonium nitrate (fertilizer with the

self-sustaining decomposition) 10 000



2. Ammonium nitrate (fertilizer grade) 5 000



3. Ammonium nitrate (technical quality) 2 500



4. Ammonium nitrate (materials not

meets the specifications and

fertilizers that do not meet the requirements of

detonation test) 50



5. Potassium nitrate (in pellet-or

granular) 10 000



6. Potassium nitrate (in Crystal form) 5 000



7. Arsenic Pentoxide, arsenic (V) acid

and/or its salts with CAS number

1303-28-2 2



8. Arsenic, arsenic (III) acidity

and/or its salts with CAS number

1327-53-3 0,1



9. Bromine with CAS number 7726-95-6 100



10. Chlorine CAS number 7782-50-5 25



11. Nickel compounds in inhalerbar

powder (nickelmonoxid, nickeldioxid,

nickelsulfid, trinickeldisulfid,

dinickeltrioxid) 1



12. Etylenimin with CAS number 151-56-4 20



13. Fluor with CAS number 7782-41-4 20



14. Formaldehyde (concentration M 90%)

with CAS number 50-00-0 50



15. Hydrogen with CAS number 1333-74-0 50



16. Hydrogen chloride (liquefied gas) with

CAS number 7647-01-0 250



17. Blyalkyler 50



18. Liquefied flammable gases

category 1 or 2 (including LPG) and

natural gas 200



19. Acetylene with CAS number 74-86-2 50



20. Ethylene oxide with CAS number 75-21-8 50



21. Propylene oxide with CAS number 75-56-9 50



22. Methanol with CAS number 67-56-1 5,000



23.4.4 ' Methylenebis (2-chloroaniline)

and/or its salts, in powder form,

with CAS number 101-14-4 0.01



24. Methyl isocyanate with CAS number

624-83-9 0,15



25. Oxygen with CAS number 7782-44-7 2 000



26.2.4-toluene diisocyanate with CAS number

584-84-9, or 2.6-toluene diisocyanate with

CAS No. 91-08-7 100



27. Carbonyl dichloride (Phosgene) with

CAS number 75-44-5 0.75



28. Arsin (arseniktrihydrid) with

CAS No. 7784-42-1 1



29. Phosphine (fosfortrihydrid) with

CAs 7803-51-2 1



30. Sulfur dichloride with CAS number

10545-99-0 1



31. Sulphur trioxide with CAS number

7446-11-9 75



32. The quantities of Polychlorodibenzofurans and

polychlorodibenzodioxins (including

TCDD) calculated that the TCDD toxic equivalent.

The quantities of polychlorodibenzofurans

and polychlorodibenzodioxins are calculated

with the help of the following factors:



2, 3, 7.8-TCDD 1



2, 3, 7.8-TCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 7.8-PeCDD 1



2, 3, 4, 7,8-PeCDF 0.3



1, 2, 3, 7.8-PeCDF 0.03



1, 2, 3, 4, 7,8-HxCDD 0.1



1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-HxCDD 0.1



1, 2, 3, 7, 8,9-HxCDD 0.1



1, 2, 3, 4, 7,8-HxCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 7, 8,9-HxCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-HxCDF 0.1



2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-HxCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-HpCDD 0.01



1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-HpCDF 0.01



1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8,9-HpCDF 0.01



OCDD 0.0003



OCDF 0.0003 0.001



33. the following carcinogens

or mixtures containing

the following carcinogens in

concentrations above 5% by weight:



– 4-aminobiphenyl and/or its salts,



— bensotriklorid,



– benzidine and/or salts,



— bis (klorometyl) ether,



— klordimetyleter,



— 1.2-dibromoethane,



— dietylsulfat,



— dimetylsulfat,



— dimetylkarbamoylklorid,



— 1.2-dibromo-3-klorpropan,



— 1.2-UDMH,



— dimetylnitrosamin,



— hexametylfosfortriamid,



-hydrazine,



-2-Naphthylamine and/or salts,



-4-nitrodifenyl, and



-1.3-propansulton 2



34. Petroleum products and alternative

fuels



(a)) Gasoline and naphtha



b) Kerosenes (including fuels)



c) gas oils (including diesel fuels,

light fuel oils and

among the components of gas oils)



d) heavy fuel oils



e) alternative fuels with the same

purpose of use and the like

properties in case of fire and

environmental hazards as the products

referred to in (a) to (d) 25 000



35. Anhydrous Ammonia by CAS number

7664-41-7 200



36. Boron Trifluoride with CAS number

7637-07-2 20



37. Hydrogen sulfide with CAS number 7783-06-4 20



38. Piperidine with CAS number 110-89-4 200



39. Bis (2-dimetylaminoetyl) (methyl) amine

with CAS number 3030-47-5 200



40.3-(2-etylhexyloxi) propylamin with the

CAS number 5397-31-9 200



41. Mixtures of sodium hypochlorite as

classified as dangerous for

aquatic environment acute category 1 [H400] as

contains less than 5% active chlorine and

not been assigned to any of the other

danger in part 1. 500



42. Propylamin with CAS number 107-10-8 2000



43. Tert-butyl acrylate with CAS number

1663-39-4 500



44.2-methyl-3-butenenitril with

CAS number 16529-56-9 2 000



45. Tetrahydro-3.5-dimethyl-1, 3, 5,

tiadiazin-2-tion (Dazomet) with

CAS number 533-74-4 200



46. Methyl acrylate with CAS number 96-33-3 2000



47.3-29333100;2.methylpyridine CAS number

108-99-6 2 000



48.1-bromo-3-klorpropan with CAS number

109-70-6 2 000



Note to point 1: This applies to compound/composite

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers (compound/composite

fertilizer contains ammonium nitrate with phosphate and/or

Potash) which are capable of self-sustaining decomposition

According to the UN trough test (see United Nations Manual of Tests and

Criteria, part III, paragraph 38.2) and in which the nitrogen content on the

as a result of ammonium nitrate is



-between 15.75% by weight, and which 24.5 and either

not more than 0.4% total combustible/organic

material or comply with the requirements of annex III-2 to

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 of the

13 October 2003 relating to fertilisers, in wording as

Commission Regulation (EU) No 1257/2014 (15.75% by weight

nitrogen content by weight as a result of ammonium nitrate corresponds to 45%

ammonium nitrate and 24.5% nitrogen content by weight as a result of that

ammonium nitrate corresponds to 70% ammonium nitrate), or



— 15.75% by weight or less without limitation for

combustible material.




Note to point 2: This applies to simple

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers and ammonium nitrate-based

compound/composite fertilisers complying with the requirements in

Annex III-2 to Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003, in the wording

Commission Regulation (EU) No 1257/2014, and there

the nitrogen content as a result of ammonium nitrate



-more than 24.5% by weight, except for mixtures

of straight ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers with dolomite,

limestone and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of

at least 90%,



-more than 15.75% by weight for mixtures of

ammonium nitrate and ammonium sulphate, or



-more than 28% by weight for mixtures of simple

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers with dolomite, limestone

and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of at least 90%

(28% nitrogen content by weight as a result of ammonium nitrate

corresponds to 80% ammonium nitrate).



Note to point 3: This applies to ammonium nitrate and

mixtures of ammonium nitrate in which the nitrogen content on the basis

of ammonium nitrate is



-between 24.5 and 28% by weight, and where the concentration of flammable

substances does not exceed 0.4%, or



-more than 28% by weight, and where the concentration of combustible substances

not more than 0.2%.



This also applies to aqueous ammonium nitrate solutions in which the

ammoniumnitrathalten is more than 80% by weight.



Note to point 4: this is true



-rejected material from the manufacturing process,

ammonium nitrate and mixtures of ammonium nitrate, simple

ammonium nitrate-based compound/composite fertilisers and

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers referred to in note to

paragraphs 2 and 3 which are returned or have been returned from

the final user to a manufacturer, a facility for

temporary storage or reprocessing to be recast,

be recycled or treated for safe use because they

no longer meets the requirements set out in the note to paragraph 2

and 3, or



-fertilisers referred to in note to point 1 first

Indent, and note to paragraph 2 as not

satisfying the requirements of annex III-2 to Regulation (EC) no

2003/2003, in the terms referred to in Commission Regulation (EU) no

1257/2014.



Note to paragraphs 5 and 6: This applies to fertilisers

who are composed and based on potassium nitrate and that have

the same dangerous characteristics as pure potassium nitrate.



Note to point 18: for the purposes of Part 2,

upgraded biogas must be classified under this item if it has

processed in accordance with current standards of purified and

upgraded biogas that guarantee a quality that is

equivalent to the quality of natural gas, including what

metaninnehållet is concerned, and where the oxygen level is

not more than 1%.



Note to point 32: Letter designations in point

refer to the following. T = tetra, Pe = penta, Hx = hexa, Hp = hepta;

O = octa.



Note to point 41: This applies provided

that mixture would not be classified as dangerous for the

aquatic environment acute category 1 [H400] if it is not contained

sodium hypochlorite.



Title 5



ACTIVITIES WITH THE RELEASE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES



Pollutants that it is to be taken in particular in accordance with

11 a §



Pollutants in emissions which may directly or indirectly

pollute the air



– Sulphur dioxide and other sulphur compounds



-Oxides of nitrogen and other nitrogen compounds



-Carbon monoxide



-Volatile organic compounds



-Metals and their compounds



– Dust



– Asbestos (suspended particulates, fibres)



– Chlorine and its compounds



-Fluorine and its compounds



– Arsenic and its compounds



-Cyanides



-Substances and preparations which have been proved to have

carcinogenic or mutagenic properties or via the air can

affect reproduction



— Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated

dibenzofurans



Pollutants in emissions which may directly or indirectly

contaminate surface water or groundwater



– Organohalogen compounds and substances which may form such

compounds in the aquatic environment



– Organic phosphorous compounds



— Organotin compounds



-Substances and preparations which have been proved to have

carcinogenic or mutagenic properties or via the aquatic environment

can affect reproduction or reproduction of

water environment



– Persistent hydrocarbons and persistent and

bioaccumulable organic toxic substances



-Cyanides



-Metals and their compounds



– Arsenic and its compounds



– Biocides and plant protection products



– Materials in suspension



– Substances causing eutrophication (in particular, nitrates and

phosphates)



– Substances which have an unfavourable influence on (measurable using parameters

for example, BOD and COD)



– Alachlor with CAS No. 15972-60-8 and EU number 240-110-8



-Anthracene with CAS number 120-12-7 and EU number 204-371-1



-Atrazine with CAS No. 1912-24-9 and EU number 217-617-8



— Benzene with CAS number 71-43-2 and EU number 200-753-7



-Brominated difenyletrariv



-Pentabromodiphenylether with CAS number 32534-81-9



-Cadmium and its compounds with CAS number 7440-43-9 and

EU number 231-152-8



– Chloralkanes have with CAS number 85535-84-8 and EU-number

287-476-5



– Chlorfenvinphos with CAS number 470-90-6 and EU number

207-432-0



– Chlorpyrifos (klorpyrifosetyl) with CAS numbers 2921-88-2 and

EU number 220-864-4



— 1.2-dichloro-ethane CAS number 107-06-2 and EU-number

203-458-1



-Dichloromethane CAS number 75-09-2 and EU-number

200-838-9

-Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) CAS number

117-81-7 and EU number 204-211-0



-Diuron CAS number 330-54-1 and EU number 206-354-4



– Endosulfan with CAS number 115-29-7 and EU number

204-079-4

– Fluoranthene CAS number 206-44-0 and European number

205-912-4



– Hexachlorobenzene CAS number 118-74-1 and EU number

204-273-9



— Hexachlorobutadiene with CAS number 87-68-3 and EU number

201-765-5



-Hexachlorocyclohexane with CAS number 608-73-1 and EU number

210-158-9



-Isoproturon with CAS number 34123-59-6 and EU number

251-835-4



-Lead and lead compounds with CAS 7439-92-1 and

EU number 231-100-4



-Mercury and its compounds with CAS number

7439-97-6 and EU number 231-106-7



– Naphthalene with CAS number 91-20-3 and EU number 202-049-5



– Nickel and nickel compounds with CAS number 7440-02-0

EU number 231-111-14



– Nonylphenol with CAS number 25154-52-3 and EU number

246-672-0



– (4-Nonylphenol) with CAS number 104-40-5 and EU number

203-199-4



-Octylphenol with CAS number 1806-26-4 and EU number

217-302-5



– 4-(1,1 ', 3, 3 '-tetrametylbutyl-phenol) with CAS number

140-66-9



-Pentachlorobenzene with CAS number 608-93-5 and EU number

210-172-5



– Pentachlorophenol CAS-number 87-86-5 and EU number

231-152-8



– Polyaromatic hydrocarbons



-(Benzo (a) pyrene) with CAS number 50-32-8 and EU-number

200-028-5



-(Benzo (b) fluoranthene) with CAS number 205-99-2 and EU-number

205-911-9



-(Benzo (g, h, i) perylene) with CAS number 191-24-2 and EU-number

205-883-8



-(Benzo (k) fluoranthene) with CAS number 207-08-9 and EU number

205-916-6



– (Indeno (1,2,3-cd) pyrene) with CAS number 193-39-5 and

EU number 205-893-2



— Simazine with CAS number 122-34-9 and EU number 204-535-2



-Tributyltin compounds



– (Tributyltin-cation) with CAS number 36643-28-4



-Trichlorobenzene CAS number 12002-48-1 and EU number

234-413-4



— Trichloromethane (chloroform) with CAS number 67-66-3 and

EU number 200-663-8



– Trifluralin with CAS number 1582-09-8 and EU-number

216-428-8

Regulation (2015:237).

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