Information provided in accordance with the 17th Ordinance of the Federal Emissions Control Act (17. BlmSchV) for the period: 01.01.2020 to 31.12.2020 PDF
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Our job is not only to ensure that hazardous waste is treated professionally but also to operate systems that guarantee maximum safety levels for people and the environment – and not only now but far into the future, too. Why not take a look at the table below: it lists the latest emission data of our incineration plant side by side with the legal limits laid down by the legislator.
Reducing hazardous emissions to a minimum – REMONDIS SAVA also sets its own even stricter emission limits to keep hazardous emissions from the incineration plant as low as possible.
|REMONDIS SAVA Emission Data|
|Annual mean value|
|Monthly mean value|
|50 mg/m3||50 mg/m3||5.13 mg/m3||7.18 mg/m3|
|10 mg/m3||5 mg/m3||0.08 mg/m3||0.25 mg/m3|
|10 mg/m3||5 mg/m3||0.53 mg/m3||1.14 mg/m3|
|10 mg/m3||5 mg/m3||0.19 mg/m3||0.26 mg/m3|
|50 mg/m3||25 mg/m3||3.65 mg/m3||0.31 mg/m3|
|200 mg/m3||100 mg/m3||67.45 mg/m3|
|0.03 mg/m3||0.03 mg/m3||0.0016 mg/m3||< 0.0001 mg/m3|
|10 mg/m3||10 mg/m3||0.17 mg/m3||0.75 mg/m3|
* The emission limits are daily limits
The annual mean values reached by the plant are clearly below the legal limits laid down in the 17th Ordinance of the Federal Emissions Control Act (17. BlmSchV) and those set out in REMONDIS SAVA's Planning Resolution (PR).
|REMONDIS SAVA's Annual Measurements*|
|Parameter||Limits||Annual measurements 2020|
|1.0 mg/m3||<0.2 mg/m3|
|0.05 mg/m3||0.0002 mg/m3|
|0.50 mg/m3||0.03 mg/m3|
|0.05 mg/m3||0.01 mg/m3|
|0.10 ng/m3||0.002 ng/m3|
* The results are the maximum measured values minus the expanded measurement uncertainity
** The toxicity equivalent (TE) is a total figure for assessing the total toxicity of all dioxins, furans and polychlorinated biphenyls
The content levels of heavy metals and hydrogen fluoride as well as dioxins and furans in the flue gas are recorded at different intervals once a year. Here, too, the figures recorded fall far below the legally prescribed limits.