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Regulation establishing maximum emission levels for some substances polluting the atmosphere.

Country/Territory
Czechia
Document type
Regulation
Date
2002
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Original source
Collection of Laws No. 351 of 2002.
Subject
Air & atmosphere
Keyword
Pollution control Air quality/air pollution Emissions Environmental standards Standards Protection of environment
Geographical area
Eastern Europe, Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries
Entry into force notes
The Regulation enters into force on the day of publication in the Collection of Laws.
Abstract

This Regulation sets out maximum emission levelsfor sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, volatile organic substances and ammonia (as specified in article 6 point 9 of the Air Protection Act). These levels apply in the territory of the Czech Republic until 2010. In addition, the Regulation lays down target goal values for the limitation of acidification and ozone nuisance. Further provisions concern emission surveys.

Full text
Czech
Website
www.podnikame.cz

References - Legislation

Implements

Air Protection Act No. 86/2002.

Legislation | Czechia | 2002

Keyword: Basic legislation, Pollution control, Air quality/air pollution, Climate change, Ozone layer, Emissions, Access-to-information, Environmental standards, Standards, Protection of environment

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Directive 2001/81/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on national emission ceilings for certain atmospheric pollutants.

Legislation | European Union | 2001

Keyword: Pollution control, Air quality/air pollution, Emissions, Environmental planning, Environmental standards, Policy/planning, Standards, Protection of environment

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Amended by

Regulation amending the Regulation establishing maximum emission levels for some substances polluting the atmosphere.

Legislation | Czechia | 2003

Keyword: Pollution control, Air quality/air pollution, Emissions, Environmental standards, Standards, Protection of environment

Source: FAO, FAOLEX