What is the full form of IED
District of Oldenburg
EU directive on industrial emissions (IED-RL) Monitoring program of the district of Oldenburg in accordance with Section 52a, Paragraph 2 of the BImSchG
1. Preliminary remarks
Directive 2010/75 / EU on industrial emissions (IED-RL) came into force at the beginning of 2011. The IED directive has now been implemented in national law with the law implementing this directive of April 8, 2013 and two article ordinances of May 2, 2013 .
The aim of the IED guideline is to avoid or reduce as much as possible the environmental pollution of air, water and soil caused by industrial plants. For this purpose, the industrial plants should be introduced to the so-called best available techniques (BAT). In addition, the new IED guideline provides further requirements for system monitoring and reporting.
According to § 52a BImSchG, the monitoring plan to be drawn up should ensure a planned and traceable monitoring of the systems falling under the scope of the IED Directive. This monitoring plan was drawn up by the State of Lower Saxony and announced as a circular from the Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Climate Protection on November 12, 2013 in the Lower Saxony Ministerial Gazette.
The current version of this monitoring plan is available at
In appendices 3 and 4 of the monitoring plan, the industrial and animal husbandry facilities are listed, which in Lower Saxony fall under the scope of the IED directive (in the appendix of the 4th BImSchV in column d marked with "E").
These annexes to the monitoring plan are updated annually on the 01.07. updated and are on the Internet at
According to the Ordinance on Competence for Environment and Occupational Safety, the district of Oldenburg is responsible for the animal husbandry facilities in Appendix 4 of the monitoring plan with regard to the performance of its duties in pollution control law. Which includes:
- Laying hen facilities (No. 220.127.116.11 of Annex 1 of the 4th BImSchV)
- Pullet rearing facilities (No. 18.104.22.168 of Annex 1 of the 4th BImSchV)
- Poultry fattening systems (No. 22.214.171.124 of Annex 1 of the 4th BImSchV)
- Turkey fattening facilities (No. 126.96.36.199 of Annex 1 of the 4th BImSchV)
- Pig fattening facilities (No. 188.8.131.52 of Annex 1 of the 4th BImSchV)
- Sow facilities (No. 184.108.40.206 of Annex 1 of the 4th BImSchV)
- mixed animal populations (No. 220.127.116.11 of Annex 1 of the 4th BImSchV)
A complete list of the animal husbandry facilities in the district of Oldenburg with details of the respective monitoring interval, the date of the last monitoring and the monitoring report is included in this monitoring program as Attachment 1 (See Downloads - List of animal husbandry systems according to the IED guideline) attached.
Responsibility for the industrial plants in Appendix 3 of the monitoring plan was transferred to the state trade supervisory offices in Lower Saxony.
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