Germany - Stationary Engines

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Emissions legislation in Germany is the responsibility of the German Federal Environment Ministry (BMU). Germany is a Member State of the European Union (EU) and transposed the requirements of the Medium Combustion Plant (MCP) directive into a federal regulation published in June 2019. The last version of the TA Luft, a national regulation, applied prior to this, since 2002.

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44th Ordinance (44. BImSchV)

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Applicability

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Emissions limits

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Particulate emissions limits

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Carbon monoxide emissions limits

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Nitrogen oxides emissions limits

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Formaldehyde emissions limits

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Sulphur oxides and other emissions limits

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Total organics emissions limits

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TA Luft

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Particulate emissions limits

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Carbon monoxide emissions limits

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Nitrogen oxides emissions limits

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Formaldehyde emissions limits

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Last update: 23/04/2020