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Decree amending the on the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources.

Country/Territory
Slovenia
Document type
Regulation
Date
2013
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Original source
Official Gazette No. 5/2013
Subject
Land & soil, Water
Keyword
Farming Soil pollution/quality Fertilizers/nutrients Agricultural development Pollution control Freshwater pollution
Geographical area
Alps, Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries, Mediterranean, Southern Europe
Entry into force notes
This Decree entered into force on 5 February 2013.
Abstract

This Decree of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia, which is composed of 22 articles and one Annex, establishes requirements for the use of nitrates from agricultural sources, biogass slurry and other organic fertilizers outside the farm where they were produced. The fertilization with liquid organic fertilizers on agricultural land is prohibited from 15 November to 15 February. The fertilization with manure on arable land is prohibited from 1 December to 15 February. The fertilization with mineral fertilizers containing nitrogen, is prohibited from 15 November 1 March, except fertilization of agricultural crops in greenhouses.

Full text
Slovenian
Website
www.pisrs.si

References - Legislation

Implements

Environmental Protection Act.

Legislation | Slovenia | 2004 (2020)

Keyword: Air quality/air pollution, Emissions, Pollution control, Framework law, Hazards, Ecosystem preservation, Offences/penalties, Registration, EIA, Early warning system, Access-to-information, Protection of habitats, Transboundary movement of waste, Waste prevention, Authorization/permit, Transport/storage, Waste management

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Amends

Regulation on the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources.

Legislation | Slovenia | 2009

Keyword: Farming, Soil pollution/quality, Fertilizers/nutrients, Agricultural development, Pollution control, Freshwater pollution

Source: FAO, FAOLEX