Chemicals Policy, Emissions

The final version of the SA BREF questionnaire will be published at the end of January 2020. Slaughterhouses can still be reported.
On 4 December 2019, the Implementing Decision to the Conclusions on Best Available Techniques (BAT) for the Food, Beverage and Dairy Industries was published in the Official Journal of the EU.
It is foreseeable that consumption data for packaging systems will be requested more and more frequently in future. But how can data from different manufacturers be compared? Can the data be transferred to the conditions in user operation? Do they stand up to scrutiny? VDMA 8751: 2019-03 "Filling and packaging machines - Specification and measurement of energy and media consumption" provides the basis for answering these questions.
"Passive" devices and heat exchangers in the area of application
On the website of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the "Draft for the revision of the First General Administrative Provision of the Federal Immission Control Act", Technical Instructions for Air Quality Control (TA Luft), dated 16 July 2018, is available.
In the future, the GIRL (Odour Immission Directive) will probably be included as Annex 7 in the new TA Luft, which is currently being revised. The new VDI draft serves as a decision-making aid for the necessity of
The BREFs on the food industry, waste treatment, steel processing, surface treatment of metals and plastics (electroplating) and slaughterhouse plants will be revised or completed in the foreseeable future. The result then flows into the TA Luft.
This is information prior to the official sending of the draft to the associations to initiate the associations' hearing.
Matthias Balley
Matthias Balley
Technical affairs, Research & standardisation beverage machinery, dairy machinery, packaging machinery, machine safety, Hygienic Design, materials for direct food contact, BVT (BREF)
+49 69 6603-1480
+49 69 6603-2480
Ortwin Fink
Ortwin Fink
Technical Affairs, Research & standardisation food processing machinery, Hygienic Design (open systems), machine safety food processing machinery
+49 69 6603-1435
+49 69 6603-2435
Dr. Peter Golz
Dr. Peter Golz
Technology coordination, packaging materials, applied automation, aseptic, EHEDG
+49 69 6603-1656
+49 69 6603-2656