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									                      Questionnaire
for collecting plant-specific data for the drafting of the
BAT Reference Document (BREF) for the production of
               Wood-Based Panels (WBP)



                                      July 2012




 JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE
 Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (Seville)
 Sustainable Production and Consumption Unit
 European IPPC Bureau
                                                        Introduction                                                                       27 July 2012




                                     JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE
                                     Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (Seville)
                                     Sustainable Production and Consumption Unit
                                     European IPPC Bureau
                                                                                                                   Seville, 27 July 2012


  QUESTIONNAIRE FOR COLLECTING PLANT-SPECIFIC DATA FOR THE DRAFTING OF THE BAT REFERENCE
           DOCUMENT (BREF) FOR THE PRODUCTION OF WOOD-BASED PANELS (WBP)

INFORMATION ABOUT THIS QUESTIONNAIRE

Industrial Emissions Directive and BREFs
The Industrial Emissions Directive (IED), 2010/75/EU of 24 November 2010 is progressively replacing the Integrated Pollution
Prevention and Control (IPPC) Directive (2008/1/EC) and related legislation on industrial emissions. According to the IPPC and now the
IED, a Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference document (BREF) is the vehicle through which BAT including associated
environmental performance levels and emerging techniques are determined in a transparent manner. The key elements of BREFs (i.e.
'BAT conclusions') are adopted through committee procedure and are the reference for setting permit conditions to installations
covered by the IED. The BREFs inform the relevant decisionmakers and industry about what may be technically and economically
available in order to improve the environmental performance and consequently improve the environment as a whole. Each BREF is
the outcome of a two to three year process involving numerous experts.


Information exchange under IED for the drafting of the Wood-based Panels BREF
The European IPPC Bureau (EIPPCB), established in Seville (Spain) in 1997 within the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies
(IPTS) of the Joint Reserch Centre of the European Commission, organises the exchange of information between Member States, the
representatives of the industries concerned, environmental NGOs and the Commission, on BAT under Article 13(1) of the IED. The
objective of the information exchange exercise is to assist in the efficient implementation of the Directive across the European Union.
The production of wood-based panels is a new activity covered by the IED. Therefore a BREF document is being drafted in the
framework of the implementation of the IED, concerning the industrial activities specified in Section 6.1 (c) of Annex I to the IED,
namely: one or more of the following wood-based panels: oriented strand board, particleboard or fibreboard with a production
capacity exceeding 600 m3 per day.


The exchange of information and the drafting of the WBP BREF officialy started with the kick-off meeting (KOM) of the Technical
Working Group (TWG) formed especially for this purpose, held in Seville from 8 to 10 November 2011 (the KOM report is available on
the EIPPCB website at http://eippcb.jrc.es). The TWG includes representatives of European Member States (AT, BE, BG, CY, CZ, DK, EE,
FI, FR, DE, IE, IT, LU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, ES, SE, UK), NO, TR, industry NGOs (EPF, FEROPA, CEI-BOIS) and an environmental NGO
(EEB). To draft the BREF document, information and data on environmental performances have to be collected. Different ways of
providing such information will be used: a plant-specific questionnaire, general information on processes, applied techniques,
consumption and emissions through case studies, reports, etc.



Purpose of the questionnaire
This questionnaire is one of the main sources of information for the WBP BREF drafting process. Your plant together with all other
producers operating in the European Member States are invited to participate and submit a filled-in questionnaire.


The purpose of this questionnaire is to obtain plant-specific information and data regarding the environmental performance of
existing wood-based panel plants/installations including all operations from the logyard to the finished raw board. Additional related
activities on-site are also included such as energyproducing units including combustion units/co-incinerators/incinerators technically
integrated in the process and production of impregnated paper for lamination of the raw board.


• Energy producing units that are considered technically integrated in the production of wood-based panels includes primarily those
units which deliver hot fluegases for the direct drying of wood particles or fibres.

• Energyproducing units with less than a rated thermal input of 5 MWth are excluded from the scope of the BAT conclusions but data
are welcome.

• An energy producing unit which only serves an indirect heated dryer and does not treat any waste gases or related with other parts
of the production on the site are also excluded from the scope of the BAT conclusions but data are welcome.

• The impregnation of paper is included in the scope, but the lamination of raw board with impregnated paper, veneer or other
materials are excluded.


Process of submitting the questionnaire
This questionnaire has been forwarded by your MS representative on behalf of the European IPPC Bureau. To clarify or to further
investigate certain aspects, TWG members (your Member State represensentative or Industry NGOs) might approach you to gather
additional data or information. These TWG members can also be contacted to provide you all the support needed to properly
complete this questionnaire, or alternatively a request can be send to the European IPPC Bureau.

Member States are responsible for collecting and checking the questionnaire. Contact your Member State representative in order to
clarify any questions you may have to their work and to help them.




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 This questionnaire should be submitted by you to your Member State representative by Thursday 27 September 2012.


The additional questionnaire forwarded to you consists of questions which are considered potentially business sensitive.
The additional questionnaire which consists of one sheet to fill out, should only be sent directly to the European IPPC
Bureau unless otherwise agreed with your Member State representative, using the email: JRC-IPTS-EIPPCB@ec.europe.eu
by Thursday 27 September 2012.




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In case of doubt, please contact the EIPPCB (see email below) if you have any question or to know which TWG member(s) can give you
support.


What to do if any information provided is considered business sensitive or confidential

The exchange of information under IED should not lead to breaching either union or national law to protect legitimate economic
interest or competition laws. The information submitted in this questionnaire will be used solely for the purpose of the drafting of the
WBP BREF. Also the information and data collected in the additional questionnaire for information considered potentially business
sensitive will be used solely for the purpose of the drafting of the WBP BREF. This questionnaire has been designed focusing on
emission/consumption data that, in principle, should not be confidential. However, if you deem some requested data to be business
sensitive, the reasons for claiming confidentiality are expected to be brought directly to the EIPPCB (see contact details below).


When information is considered business sensitive or confidential, it will be aggregated and/or anonymised if used in the BREF and as
well for the information exchange within the TWG. The aggregation and/or anonymisation process will be performed with the help of
those who supply the information. Any information collected will be kept under the responsibility of the European IPPC Bureau.



What type of information is requested

Please submit the information requested that you have available and/or that you are able to collect. Every attempt should be made to
complete the questionnaire but if only partial information is available or questions do not fully cover your production, please provide
information as it is with sufficient comments or supporting documents to explain the deviations. Please do not hesitate to submit any
extra information that you find relevant together with this questionnaire. If the additional information refers to a technique which can
be a candidate for BAT, please complete the Standard Structure for describing BAT candidates provided in the Annex I.



Contact person, e.g. person completing the questionnaire: (will only be contacted if further information or clarification is necessary)

Company name:
Name:
Job title:
E-mail:
Telephone:
Comments:

TWG members having given assisstance with filling the questionnaire:
Member State
Organisation:
Name:
Job title:
E-mail:
Telephone:
Industry NGO
Company name:
Name:
Job title:
E-mail:
Telephone:



In case of doubts or difficulties in completing this questionnaire, please do not hesitate to contact the European IPPC Bureau, JRC-IPTS-
EIPPCB@ec.europe.eu or direct contact: e-mail: kristine.stubdrup@ec.europa.eu, Telephone: +34 954 488 192).




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INSTRUCTION SHEET

Introduction

The primary interest of the questionnaire is to collect data to derive the best available technique (BAT) conclusions for the WBP BREF. The
document is developed while taking the key environmental issues of the industrial sector identified during the exchange of information
into consideration. The questions which are presented in the questionnaire have been developed from the identification of the key
environmental issues as well as the availability of the data. It is recognised that some data that is collected will only be scarce and from a
limited number of plants. When the collected data cannot be considered representative of the sector, the inclusion of the data in the BREF
will still serve the purpose of demonstrating the currrent emission levels from that part of the sector or Member State but the data might
not serve for deriving BAT-AELs. Some information which is general for the sites could also be useful for the general descriptions of the
sector in a European context.



General instructions

Explanatory instructions and guidance are provided within the notes following most of the questions. When answering the questions,
please always read the corresponding endnotes at the bottom of the page right after the questionnaire sheet itself. If the provided data
are estimated (i.e. not based on measurements performed during the reference year), please indicate the method in the 'Comments' cell
in the corresponding sheet. Some data may not be available at all and for this case, please use the abbreviation 'NA'. If some data are
available but cannot be presented in the format specified in the questionnaire, the corresponding cell should be also marked 'NA' and you
should report this in the 'Comments' cell. The data should then be delivered in the original format that is available.


This could be the case of some emission data for air or water, where the questionnaire is not compatible with the structure of the
available data. Then it is acceptable to provide copies of laboratory reports with all details available. At the same time it should be
emphasised that data that have been aggregated and where details cannot be given on the background or aggregation method will not be
valuable for the process. Please contact the EIPPCB if you have any doubts.


Please note that according to Directive 2010/75/EU on Industrial Emission (IED), emission levels associated with best available techniques
(BAT-AELs) apply only for normal operating conditions, but the same directive specifies that permit conditions shall include measures
relating to other-than-normal operating conditions (OTNOCs). The focus of the questionnaire is on emissions during normal operating
conditions, but additional information on OTNOCs are also deemed necessary for the correct understanding of the overall plant
performance. Even if the term OTNOC is not well established in the sector, this should be considered by the plants.



All the data reported in the questionnaire should refer preferably to 2010. If data is not available for that year or if it does not
appropriately represent the typical operational conditions (e.g. due to major cut in production), you may use 2011 or 2009. Please use
one reference year only as far as possible. If monitoring on different sources is performed in different years then please indicate this
cleary so it will be possible to asses the data.


Coloured parts of the questionnaire are not to be filled-in. All white un-coloured cells can be accessed.
The questions which appear with the symbol '▼' indicate a drop-down menu.
For the correct use of the questionnaire, macros must be enabled.


Structure of the questionnaire


The questionnaire is divided into 11 sheets, each focused on different aspects of environmental issues at a WBP installation:

                        • General information about the wood-based panel site
                        • Processes and performance/plant layout
                        • Raw materials
                        • Energy production
                        • Dryer and press line performance
                        • Air abatement techniques
                        • Air emission data
                        • Water emission data
                        • Solid residues/waste
                        • Water consumption
                        • Optional: Template for describing a potential candidate technique for BAT




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The questionnaire is complemented with additional sheets, which focus on explaining the purpose and the 'logic' of the questionnaire, as
well as to clarify some questions or expressions used herein:
                       • Cover
                       • Introduction
                       • Instructions and the Glossary
                       • Template for describing a potential candidate technique for BAT




How many questionnaires should be provided

One questionnaire refers to one WBP installation. You might need to make a copy of some sheets and add them to the questionnaire.
Please name the new sheets accordingly. There would probably be a need for delivering information and data on more than one air
emission monitoring point on most plants and some plants will need to have an additional sheet for waste water dicharges.



The questionnaire also requests information on auxiliary systems and activities on WBP production sites. (e.g. flue-gas treatment, waste
water treatment, combustion and incineration data, solid by-products/residues/waste-handling and impregnation of paper) which form
part of the WBP installation.


Additional information may be needed or provided along with the filled-in questionnaire(s)

If a technique used on your site has positive effects on the overall operation of the installation and consequently can be considered a
candidate for BAT, you are encouraged to provide more information which will enable a better understanding of how this is achieved. In
order to facilitate the use of the BREFs, all techniques to be considered in the BAT decision-making process are presented according to a
standard structure and therefore the questionnaire also includes a Template for describing a potential candidate technique for BAT sheet.


Each sheet has a field for comments, where all the complementary information regarding the data can be presented. Furthermore, if
some additional documents (e.g. graphs) are provided with the questionnaire, this should be mentioned in the corresponding 'Comments'
cell.

Economic data

As per the definition of BAT, the technique should be implemented under economically and technically viable conditions for the whole
industrial sector, taking into consideration the costs and advantages. In the questionnaire, there is no specific question on this topic;
however, economic data will be provided as part of the Template for describing a potential candidate technique for BAT sheet, where the
type of information needed for the correct assessment of economic issues is indicated (separating, as much as possible, the information
which can be generalised and the information which is local-specific), and will therefore be provided only when a technique is proposed as
a BAT candidate.




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GLOSSARY

This glossary is meant to facilitate the understanding of the information contained in this document. The definitions of terms in this
glossary are not legal definitions (even if some of them may coincide with the definitions given in European legislation); they are meant to
help the reader understand some key terms in the context of their use in this document.

                                             Stationary technical unit within which one or more activities listed in Annex I of Directive
                                             2010/75/EU are carried out and any other directly associated activities on the same site
Industrial installation                      which have a technical connection with the activities listed in Annex I and which could have
                                             an effect on emissions and pollution.

                                             The Wood-based Panel production covered by the Annex I activitity 6.1(c) of Directive
                                             2010/75/EU including all processes from logyard operations to storage of finished raw board
WBP installation                             and any other directly associated activities on the same site which have a technical
                                             connection to the WBP activity and which could have en effect on emissions and pollution.


                                             In this questionnaire a combustion plant may be composed of several combustion units
                                             (were one of these can be a waste wood incinerator), but only when the flue gases released
Combustion plant                             from the combustion units are not monitored separately but are mixed in one common
                                             stack.


Combustion unit                              Any boiler/turbine/engine used for generating heat.

                                             Associated activitiy were paper is impregnated with a resin in a bath and dried and semi-
Paper impregnation line                      cured by means of heat. The waste gases contain certain organic pollutants depending on
                                             the resin system applied.

Operating hours                              The hours during which a WBP plant is operating and discharging emissions.

                                             The conditions during which the plant is operating and discharging emissions into the air,
Normal operating conditions                  excluding other-than-normal operating conditions.
                                             Start-up periods is defined as operation of the plant before reaching the minimum start-up
                                             load for stable conditions in the production and most importantly in the abatement systems.
                                             A shutdown period is defined as the operation after production or functioning of abatement
Start-up and shutdown periods                equipment has stopped. A shutdown period can involve a gradual turning down of the
                                             process. Emissions can be atypical during these operations, although not necessarily always
                                             higher.

                                             Apart from operation under special permit conditions and start-up and shutdown periods,
                                             the following examples are considered other-than-normal operating conditions:
Other-than-normal operating conditions       malfunctioning or breakdown of the abatement equipment or malfunctioning of instruments
                                             related to emission monitoring.

                                             Discrete sample taken instantaneously at a precise location. The terms 'grab sample' and
                                             'random sample' are also used.
Spot sample


                                             Two or more samples or sub-samples (either discretely or continuously) mixed/blended
                                             together in appropriate known proportions from which the average result of a desired
Composite sample                             characteristic may be obtained. For this case the measurement of the sample is performed
                                             only once (i.e. sub-samples are mixed into one sample which is analysed).



                                             Unit of volume at standard conditions – temperature of 273.15 K and pressure of 101.325
Nm3                                          KPa.




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1     General information


                                The data reported in this sheet identify the site and the main productions


1.1   Name of the WBP plant:

1.2   Production started in year

1.3   Location of the installation
             City:
             Country: ▼
1.4   Company

1.5     Reference year (2009,2010,2011) (1)

1.6
                                                                                             Indicate unit, e.g 'm3 of
                                                                                              product produced' or Daily production capacity
                                                                  Total yearly permitted
      Production of WBP main types in the plant ▼                                      (1)      'dried material in      in m3 of product
                                                                       quantity
                                                                                                 tonnes/year' or          produced (2)
                                                                                               alternatively t/h (1)

      Product 1:
                Additional information:
      Product 2:
                Additional information:
      Product 3:
                Additional information:
      Product 4:
                Additional information:


1.7   Other activities within the borders of the site (please indicate):

                                                                Is this activity already
                                                                                             Yearly permitted production capacity/size (4)
                                                    y/n ?       covered by a IPPC-
                                                                           (3)               please correct the unit as appropiate
                                                                permit?          y/n

                                                                                             Please correct the unit as appropiate

      Sawmill                                                                                                         Tonne
      Glue production                                                                                                 Tonne
      Production of impregnated paper                                                                                 m2 paper/year
                                                                                                                      m2 laminated board
      Paper Lamination
                                                                                                                      Tonne product
      Other value added production
                                                                                                                      Total aggregated thermal
      Combustion plants                                                                                               input MW
                                                                                                                      Total aggregated thermal
      Waste incineration plants                                                                                       input MW
                                                                                                                      Treatment capacity in m3
      Waste water treatment facilities                                                                                water
      Landfill                                                                                                        Tonne
      Other activities
      Please specify other activity




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      Comments:




      NOTES FOR 1. GENERAL INFORMATION
(1)   The yearly quantity corresponds to the permitted maximum production per year. It is not the actual production in a specific year or the
      possible production capacity of the installed equipment. The permitted quantity can be expressed differently in the permit. Please indicate
      the unit from the permit e.g. m3 panel/year produced or as tonnes of dried material/year or other unit.

(2)   The daily capacity corresponds to the equipment nominal capacity during 24 h stable operation.
      Each production line will have its maximum production value on a daily basis. This value is the nominal capacity of the production line/s for
      one main WBP product.
      If there are restrictions in the permit in terms of the maximum daily production please add. The permitted daily production can be lower
      than the nominal capacity.
      This information could be business sensitive and it would be accepted if this information is provided in the confidential questionnaire.

(3)   If one of the other activities on the site was already covered in the IPPC Directive, then this activity could already be subject to an IPPC
      permit, e.g. some resin productions could be covered by one of the chemical activities or a combustion plant depending on thermal input
      could be already covered also.
(4)   Describing other activities on site and their relative magnitude in terms of the permitted capacity will enable us to have a broad outlook of
      the sector.




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                         country                Product                          Yes
                                                                                 No



                                         OSB Oriented Strand Board
Austria                                  PB Particle board
Belgium                                  MDF (dry process fibreboard)
Bulgaria                                 HDF (dry process fibreboard)
Cyprus                                   SB Softboard (wet process fibreboard)
Czech Republic                           HB Hardboard (wet process fibreboard)
Denmark                                  MBH high density medium boards (wet process fibreboard)
Estonia                                  Other
France

Germany




Hungary



Ireland
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey




U.K




                       Portugal
                       Romania
                       Sweden




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      Switzerland




      Turkey
      United Kingdom




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                                                              activities

                                                              Sawmill
                                                              Glue production
                                                              Production of decorative paper
                                                              Lamination
                                                              Post production
                                                              Combustion plants
                                                              Waste incineration
                                                              waste water treatment facilities
MBH high density medium boards (wet process fibreboard)       Landfill




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      2. Plant layout and equipment

      The data reported in this sheet describes the processes and associated activities besides drying, pressing, energy producing
      units and waste water collection/treatment systems. Data and descriptions on drying, pressing, abatement systems and
      data from monitoring of the emissions points in connection hereto are submitted in other sheets of this questionnaire.




      Reference year used in this sheet (2009,2010,2011) (1)


2.1   Description of storage of raw materials and wet chipped material
      Outdoor storage of raw materials                                                                      Area/m2
                                                      % of raw                 Permitted
      Indoor storage of raw materials                 material                 capacity in
                                                       stored                    tonnes
      Closed silos for raw materials before final
      chipping
      Describe storage of wood particles less than
      10 mm (e.g. sawdust)
                                                                                             Permitted capacity in
      Wet silos for chipped material before drying                   y/n
                                                                                             tonnes
      Describe the measures that are taken in
      order to prevent spreading of dust from
      storage
      Describe the measures to collect surface
      water run off in the log yard.
      Comments


2.2   Description of the chipping/milling steps applied and, if present, the related dust abatement
                         Debarking                   Flaking and Chipping     Other                     Comments
      Describe
      processes and
      mills/hackers
      used. (2)

      Production          Tonne of                    Tonne of                 Tonneof
      capacity of        wood on dry                  wood on                  wood on
      equipment            basis/h                   dry basis/h              dry basis/h

      Channeled
                              y/n                        y/n                      y/n
      airflow treated?

      Total channelled
                            Nm3/h                      Nm3/h                     Nm3/h
      air flow
      Indicate method
      of dust
      abatement
      Emission limits in permit for
                                           y/n
      these processes?
      Describe monitoring or controls performed
      (3)



      Comments:




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2.3   Cleaning plant for recycled wood and, if present, the related dust abatement
      If present on site, describe which individual
      cleaning steps are included
      Production hours in reference year                 h                    Capacity in tonnes/hour

                                                                              Total channelled air
      Channelled air treated                            y/n                                             Nm3/h
                                                                              flow
                                                                              Emission limit in
                                                                                                         y/n
                                                                              permit?
      Indicate method of dust abatement

      Describe monitoring or controls performed (3)
      Comments:


2.4   Air graders/screening before drying and, if present, the related dust abatement
      Describe for which product preparations and
      steps airgraders and/or mechanical
      screening are used before drying:
                                                                              Total channelled air
      Capacity in tonnes product/h                   Tonne/h                                            Nm3/h
                                                                              flow
                                                                              Emission limit in
      Channelled air treated                           y/n                                               y/n
                                                                              permit?
      Indicate method of dust abatement
      Describe monitoring or controls performed
      (3)


      Comments:


2.5   Air graders/ screening after drying and, if present, the related dust abatement
      Describe for which product preparations and
      steps airgraders and/or mechanical
      screening are used after drying:
                                                                              Total channelled air
      Capacity in tonnes product/h                    Tonne/h                                           Nm3/h
                                                                              flow
                                                                              Emission limit in
      Channelled air treated                            y/n                                              y/n
                                                                              permit?

      Indicate method of dust abatement

      Describe monitoring or controls performed
      (3)


      Comments:




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2.6   Glue kitchen (4) (mixing of resin glue)

      Describe equipment applied

      Capacity resin (dry) dosage t/h                Tonne/h
                                                                             Containment system for
      Glue water recycled in reference year            m3/h                                            y/n
                                                                             spill
                                                                             Lagoons for used glue
      Tanks for used glue water                         y/n                                            y/n
                                                                             water
      Describe glue water handling and recycling
      Comments


2.7   Blending and matforming and, if present, the related dust abatement:
      Describe type of blending and matforming (mechanical
      /pneumatic spreading)
                                                     Tonne on                Channelled air treated
      Capacity                                                                                         y/n
                                                    dry basis/h              ?

                                                                             Emission limit in
      Total channelled vented air flow                Nm3/h                                            y/n
                                                                             permit?
      Indicate method of dust abatement
      Describe monitoring or controls performed
      (3)


      Comments


2.8   Panel Cooling
      Describe number and type
      Describe if any ventilation or venting is
      applied to the panel cooling equipment and
      why
      Comments


2.9   Trimming, sanding and cutting and, if present, the related dust abatement:
      Describe the type of equipment applied for trimming,
      sanding and cutting(5)
      Average % loss due to trimming and sanding (6)                                                         hvor meget af det pressede panel bliver afskaret og
                                                                             - or            m2 of
                                                    Tonnes on
      Capacity in                                                            expressed     rawboard/
                                                    dry basis/h
                                                                             as:               h
      Average in percentage for the year of the line input processed to
                                                                                   %
      sanding dust
      Channelled air treated?               y/n
      Indicate method of dust abatement
                                                                             Emission limit in
      Total channelled vented air flow                Nm3/h                                            y/n
                                                                             permit?
      Describe monitoring or controls performed
      (3)


      Comments




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2.10 Refining including pre-cooking, softening, difibration.
     Describe the type of equipment and if any chemicals are
     being added during the refining:

                                                       Tonnes on             Is chip washing
     Equipment capacity:                                                                                  y/n
                                                       dry basis/h           performed?
                                                          3                  Indicate percentage of
                                                         m /ton
                                                                                                       % of water
     Water demand (7):                                  fibres on            recycled water of total
                                                                                                        recycled
                                                        dry basis            water demand
     Describe monitoring or controls performed
     (3)

     Describe the techniques chosen for the
     recycling of water, if applicable
     Is waste water fully or partly directed to a on
     site waste water treatment plant?
     Are fibres collected from waste water
     streams and recycled in production?
     Describe any reuse/re-gain of heat from the
     saturated steam
     Comments

                              (8)
2.14 Paper impregnation lines

     Describe equipment applied and the
     connection with the main WBP production

     Describe the capacity installed in terms of
     number of lines and their capacity
     Containment
                                                       y/n
     system for spill
     Is resin water
                                                       y/n
     recycled?
     Describe resin system in general terms including main
     constituents (e.g. PF or melanine based)
     Describe monitoring or controls performed
     (3)


     Describe air abatement system applied
     Comments

     Additional questions
2.15 Is there a monitoring system for groundwater/soil contamination?                                    (y/n)
     Please describe specific solutions that are applied in
     order to prevent soil and groundwater contamination(10)

     Comments

2.16 Energy efficiency surveys and best energy efficient solutions.
     Please describe innovative solutions that were tested or already implemented at the plant




2.17 Noise
     Please describe the applied technical and operational measures to the reduction of noise(10)




2.18 Cooling systems

     Describe the main purpose of the cooling systems at the
     site, relating to the processes.

     Type of cooling agent used
     Air                                    (y/n)
     Water                                  (y/n)
     Lubricant oil                          (y/n)
     Ammonia                                (y/n)
     Comments




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       Notes for 2. WBP plant layout

(1)
       All the data reported in the questionnaire should refer preferably to 2010. If data is not available for that year or if it does not
       appropriately represent the typical operational conditions (e.g. due to major cut in production), you may use 2011 or 2009.
       Please use one reference year only as far as possible. If monitoring on different sources is performed in different years then
       please indicate this cleary so it will be possible to asses the data.

(2)
       Please briefly describe the steps of debarking/flaking/chipping according to raw material and general kind of mill/hacker used

(3)
       Monitoring or control of an emission can not only be achieved by sampling, but also by having sufficient operating control
       measures e.g. a bag filter performance can be assured by maintaining a pressure difference. This is also monitoring.


(4)
       The glue kitchen refers only to the resin preparation and mixing of the resin prior to blending and mat forming.
(5)
       Trimming, sanding and cutting is standard equipment and the most important issue is the ventilation around the equipment
       and the applied filters to collect the sander dust and dust from the diferrent cutting operations taking place. Please describe if
       cutting is done as part of the preparation for further processing (lamination, flooring, furniture).

(6)
       Trimmings and sanding dust will be recycled in the production or used as fuel. Give the average % of the material that goes
       back into the production again as rawpoduct or fuel related to the raw untrimmed and unsanded panel.
(7)
       The water demand is the amount of water that is needed in order to produce 1 tonne of fibre calculated on dry basis. Any
       recycling of the water is not asked for here but will be covered in sheet 10.
(8)
       All paper impregnation lines on the WBP site should be included and described. It is important to describe the actual relation
       to the production of panels. It will be the task of the European IPPC Bureau to asses the information, and include the
       necessary information, before drafting the BREF document. According to the kick-off meeting only impregnation lines directly
       connected to the panel production will be considered relevant to the BREF document.

(9)
       General requirements when storing liquid raw materials and liquid waste is not considered as a special or extra precaution. It
       should follow in the permit that storage of raw chemicals and liquid waste should be on a impermeable surface and with a
       containment system that can hold the volume of the total voule of storaged liquids. Please confirm that normal guidelines are
       followed on the site and describe other solutions taht have been applied to further protect soil and groundwater
       contamination.
(10)
       Mention the daily measures taken such as closed doors and work in open areas only during day. Explain the technical
       measures taken such as housing and isolation of equipment, strategic noise protections walls. Relate the measures to the
       different parts of the production processes such as flaking or cleaning of recycled wood.




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                      no
                      NA




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      3       Raw Materials for panel production

      The data reported in this sheet correspond to the raw materials that are used in the production of panels.


      Reference year used in this sheet (2009,2010,2011) (1)


      3.1     Main raw materials
                                                                     Distribution of different raw materials used in the production of panels
                                                                                    during reference year on the plant in % (2)
                     Roundwood:                                                                                       %
                             Indicate the species used
                     Virgin wood forest residues:                                                                   %
                           Indicate the species used
                     Sawdust:                                                                                       %
                              Indicate the species used
                     External delivered production residues:
                                                                                                                    %

                            Indicate the species used
                     External collected recycled wood:                                                              %
                              Describe the source
                     Non-wood plant material (specify)(3):                                                          %
                            Indicate the species used
                     Other (specify):                                                                               %
                              Indicate the species used
      3.2     Resin and additives used(4)
                                                                                                                     Comments:
                                                                   % of dry resin of total consumption
                                        Indicate type ▼
                                                                                 of resins

                 Resin 1                                                                            %
                 Resin 2                                                                            %
                 Resin 3                                                                            %
                 Resin 4                                                                            %
      Hardening agent 1
      Hardening agent 2
              Additives
                   Wax
                  Other

            Comments:




      NOTES for 3. Raw materials

(1)   All the data reported in the questionnaire should refer preferably to 2010. If data is not available for that year or if it does not
      appropriately represent the typical operational conditions (e.g. due to major cut in production), you may use 2011 or 2009. Please
      use one reference year only as far as possible. If monitoring on different sources is performed in different years then please indicate
      this cleary so it will be possible to asses the data.
(2)   The distribution is the over all net intake of raw materials that enters in the production.
(3)   E.g. flax, corn husk.
(4)   It is important to know the main constituents of the resins used, since this will be reflected in the composition of the emissions from
      the plant. The data asked for is the main types of resins used and a relative % of each resin seen as a total consumption during the
      reference year. In the comment box, details concerning the use of resins for different panel products can be given. This information
      could also be given in the sheet on dryer and press line performance. An identical question is asked for in the confidential
      questionnaire, where actual consumption is asked for.




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MUF                 melamine urea formaldehyde
UF                  urea formaldehyde



MUPF                melamine–urea–phenol–formaldehyde
PF/PUF              phenol and phenol–urea–formaldehyde resin

pMDI                polymeric methylenediisocyanate
natural adhesives   natural adhesives (e.g., tannins, lignins, carbohydrates)
other




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  4   Operating information for combustion/incineration plants in the reference year


        The data reported in this sheet correspond to the combustion units or incinerators producing energy for the WBP production. The term combustion unit
                                                              means the individual boiler or incinerator.

                                                           (1)
      Reference year used in this sheet (2009,2010,2011)

4.1   Please attach (as an annex to this questionnaire) a
      flow diagram showing the connection between
      combustion units and processes on the WBP site.

 4.2 Combustion unit configuration characteristics
                                                                                          CU1                    CU2                       CU3        CU4      Add columns
                                                                                                                                                               if necessary


          Total rated thermal input                                (MWth)
          Energy output used on site                               (MWth)
                       Indicate the process related to the energy use (e.g.
          General      steam generation for refining, for direct drying, for    Indicate for each CU the rated thermal output to the process
          output       heating thermal oil)
          1 output                                                   MW
          2 output                                                   MW
          3 output                                                   MW
          4 output                                                   MW
          5 output                                                   MW
          Fuels composition during reference year
          Production residues including rejects, sludge,
          sanding dust
          Liquid fuel including light fuel, heavy fuel
          Natural gas
                                                             % + fuel
          Recycled wood from external sources
                                                            description
          Recycled wood from external sources as considered
          waste
          Biomass not covered above
          Other fuels
          Combustion equipment type
          Choose equipment type (boiler/engine/turbine) ▼
          Installation year
          For boiler please select details ▼
          For engine please select ignition type ▼

          For engine and turbine: please select engine design -
          number of fuels. single or dual?                           y/n

          For engine and turbine: Part of cogneration process
          (CHP)?                                                     y/n

          For engine and turbine: Suplementary firing system
                                                                     y/n


          Operating time of the combustion unit under
                                                                      h
          normal operating conditions
          Total operating time under special permit
                                                                      h
          conditions


 4.3 Energy data for specific processes
                                                                                                                                                    Value for the reference
                                                                                                                                                              year
      Heat output – for steam generation                                                                                               (MWhth)
      Heat output – hot oil heating and other heating                                                                                  (MWhth)
      Heat output – fluegas for direct dryers                                                                                          (MWhth)
      Other                                                                                                                            (MWhth)
      Describe the operation of combustion units on the site. Is there a yearly (or more often) long break for renovation and
      maintenance which closes the whole WBP production down?


                                                                                  Cold start-ups after a complete longer shutdown period

          Number of start-up periods for the combustion
             plants/units for direct heated dryers:               Warm start-ups after period with no energy production but maintained minimum-
                                                                               combustion (often achieved with supplementary fuel)




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           Comments:




(1)
      All the data reported in the questionnaire should refer preferably to 2010. If data is not available for that year or if it does not appropriately represent the typical operational
      conditions (e.g. due to major cut in production), you may use 2011 or 2009. Please use one reference year only as far as possible. If monitoring on different sources is performed
      in different years then please indicate this cleary so it will be possible to asses the data.




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Boiler                           Pulverised solid fuel firing. Dry bottom boiler
Engine                           Pulverised solid fuel firing. Wet bottom boiler
Turbine                          Bubling fluidised bed combustion


                                 Circulating fluidised bed combustion
                                 Vibrating grate

                                 Moving grate




                                 Intermittent grate
                                 Liquid fuel fired boiler. Mechanical atomiser



                                 Liquid fuel fired boiler. Dual-fluid atomiser
                                 Gas fuel fired boiler
                                 Other




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        Compression ignition
        Spark ignition
        Low pressure gas fuel type


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5        Dryer and press line performance



The data reported in this sheet 5.1 - 5.2 correspond to one dryer type in operation. If there is more than one dryer working under
different conditions with different raw materials and with a different air emission abatement system please copy the sheet (e.g.
                for dryers applied to particle board production line and a MDF production line but at the same plant)


    The data reported in this sheet 5.3 - 5.4 correspond to one press line in operation. If there is more than one press line working
               under different conditions and with a different air emission abatement system, please copy the sheet.


5.1      General information on dryers
         Reference year used for this dryer description (2009,2010,2011) (1)

         Main type of dryer - Indirect or Direct heated dryer
         Describe the dryer type and system set-up
         (1)

         Specify the product to be dried and end-
         product produced (e.g. core layer for
         particle board)
         Installation year for dryer
5.2      Dryer performance                                                                            unit
         Temperature range applied for drying                                                          Co
         Outlet temperature of product stream                                                          Co
         Product dried in reference year on dry matter basis                                            t
         Average moisture content of raw material before drying                                        %
         Average moisture content of dried material after drying                                      %
                                       (2)                                                         kg water
         Drying rate (if applicable)
                                                                                                 evaporated/h
         Residence time in minutes or in seconds (if applicable) (3) ▼
         Does recirculation and/heat exchange of waste gases in the dryer take place?                 y/n
         Is heat in waste gases from the dryer regained before discharge?                             y/n
         Total production time of dryer during reference year                                          h




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      5.3    General information on press lines
             Reference year used for this press line description (2009,2010,2011) (1)

             Describe the press line system by length,
             width, continuous/discontinuous and
             include information on a pre-pressing unit
             if present

             Specify the main product being produced.

             Nominal capacity (in m3/h or t/h)
             Installation year
      5.4    Press line performance                                                                         unit
             Contact heat temperature                                                                        Co
             Thermal oil consumption in reference year                                                       m3
             Production hours in reference year                                                               h
             Thermal oil in system at any time                                                               m3
             Average moisture content after pressing                                                         %
             Are waste gases collected at the outlet of the press line?                                      y/n
             Are waste gases and dust collected along the press line?                                        y/n
             Is heat in waste gases from the press line reused/regained before discharge?                     h




      Comments:




      Notes on dryer performance
(1)   All the data reported in the questionnaire should refer preferably to 2010. If data is not available for that year or if it does not
      appropriately represent the typical operational conditions (e.g. due to major cut in production), you may use 2011 or 2009. Please use
      one reference year only as far as possible. If monitoring on different sources is performed in different years then please indicate this
      cleary so it will be possible to asses the data.
(2)   Describe a pre-dryer seperately if emissions are collected seperately. Please refer to the following dryer types and add comments if
      there are special characteristics:
      Single stage drum dryer
      Three stage drum dryer
      Tubular bundle dryer
      Double rotation tube dryer
      UTWS dryer
      Flash tube pre-dryer
      Blowline flash dryer (fibres)

(3)   The drying rate is measured as moisture lost in unit time.
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            FALSE




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6    Air abatement systems


     The data reported in this sheet describe the air emission abatement techniques applied throughout the site.


6.1 Major sources
     Air emission abatement technique 1 which correspond to emission point 1 in sheet 7 : (make a copy if more than one system is
     applied on the site)
     The type of air emission abatement
     technique or combination of techniques
     should be indicated, using the common
     name

     Describe the waste gas sources that are           Dryer waste gas                     y/n                   Specify:
     treated in this particular technique
                                                       Press fumes/waste gas               y/n                   Specify:
                                                       Paper impregnation waste gas        y/n                   Specify:

                                                       Other                               y/n                   Specify:
     Give information on special design features
     of the particular technique (1)

     Please attach (as an annex to this
     questionnaire) a flow diagram of the waste
     gas treatment technique applied at this
     monitored emission point
                                                                                            Installation year of abatement technique

     If feasible, indicate the registred removal efficiency for main pollutants like PM,
     formaldehyde, VOCs (only if available through the measurements performed
     during the reference year, i.e. not 'catalogue' values. Make reference to sheet
     7 if applicable). Explain the background data for the calculated efficiency.

     Water consumption (intake) minus
                                                                  m3/year                        Comment
     (evaporation - discharge)
     Amount of water recycled                                     m3/year                        Comment

     Waste water discharged                                       m3/year                        Comment
     Waste/residues generated from the
                                                                Tonnes/year                      Comment
     abatement system
     Comments

                  (2)
6.2 Minor sources


     Describe the equipment installed e.g. for
     dust control at minor sources, please
     indicate if fabric filters or cyclones are used
     or another dust abatement technique
     Collected dust                                             Tonnes/year

     The approximate percentage of collected                         %
     dust used for energy recovery on-site
     Describe the handling and fate of collected
     dust
     Describe the monitoring that is required
     according to the environmental permit of
     the plant (3)
     Describe the control measures applied to
     maintain high efficiency of dust abatement
     and give reference to a standard or guideline
     if applied.
     Comments
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      Comments




      Notes for air abatement techniques
(1)   Details on the technology applied that differentiate it from the main technique, a classical example would be a wet ESP.
(2)   Individual channeled dust sources from the individual process steps have already been described in Sheet 2: WBP plant layout. The
      purpose of this part is to summarise the dust abatement systems as a whole. There is not a planned data collection on monitoring data
      for the various dust sources at the WBP plant.
(3)   There is not a planned collection of monitoring data for the various dust sources at the WBP plant.
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7      Air emissions

The data reported in this sheet correspond to channeled air emissions from one emission point. The abatement technique applied related to this emission point should be described in sheet 6. Copy this sheet for
additional emission points.


7.1    Details on the emission point

       Describe which waste gas streams are channeled and released at this emission point.
       Make reference to what is described in Sheet 6 'Air abatement techniques'.



7.2    Air emissions – channelled
                                      Reference year                                                                                           3                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Total yearly emission flow
                                                                                               Average emission flow Nm /hour                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   6   3
                                   (2009/2010/2011)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          10 Nm

                                                                                                                                                   Information regarding the reference conditions for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Information regarding sampling and measurement
                                                                                                                                                               result that you have entered:
                                                                                      Values obtained during the




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        correction dry




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   dry conditions
                                                                                                                                                                                  O2 content as measured given with NO




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   given with NO
                                                                                                                                                   correction for




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                                                                                     reference year, shortest term




                                                                                                                                                                                                              O2 content


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          given with

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          reference
                                                                                                                                                     given with




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                                                                                                                                                                                                               If result is




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     If result is
                                                                                            average type (1)




                                                                                                                                                          O2
                                          The units used are mg/Nm3. This should
                                           be followed by information on under
                                           which reference conditions the result




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             subtracted from the values




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           considered for the average
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           values reported in this row
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              measured and indicated in




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         measured and indicated in




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Is the uncertainty already
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Moisture content in % as
                                         should be understood. So please indicate




                                                                                                                                                      O2 reference content as




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               reported in this row? ▼
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Method to obtain data
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Moisture content % as
                                                                                                                                                       given in the lab report




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Type of average (3)▼




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Standard monitoring




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Number of samples
                                           by using the columns K, L, M and N if




                                                                                                                95th percentile(2)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   the lab report




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              the lab report
                                             dry/wet, reference oxygen or no




                                                                                                  Average (2)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            method (4)
                                                                                                                                     Maximum
                                                                                     Minimum
                                        corrections have been made. If other units                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Emission limit values prescribed by




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ▼
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Additional information




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (5)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (3)
                                         than those indicated please add the unit                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              competent authority
                                                   in the comments box.



                                                          mg/Nm3
                PM (6)
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                SOx (7)
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                                 3
                       (8)                               mg/Nm
               NOx
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                 CO
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                                 3
                 NH3                                      mg/Nm
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                                 3
                                                          mg/Nm
           Formaldehyde
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                                 3
                             (9)                          mg/Nm
             NMVOC
                                                         (kg/year)
                     (10)                                 mg/Nm3
               TOC
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                 VOC
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
              CVOC (10)
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                                 3
                                                          mg/Nm
            Organic acids
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
             Aldehydes
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
               Phenol
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                pMDI
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                  As
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                  Pb
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                  Cr
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                                 3
                                                          mg/Nm
                 HCl
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                          mg/Nm3
                  HF
                                                         (kg/year)
             Others(12):                                  mg/Nm3
                                                         (kg/year)
             Others(12):                                  mg/Nm3
                                                         (kg/year)
                                                       ng I-TEQ/Nm3
             PCDD/PCDF
                                                         (kg/year)

             Comment:

7.3                                         Are air emissions during other-than-normal operating conditions regulated by the competent authority?                                                                                                                                                                                            (y/n)
                  Describe the permit condition related (copy-paste from permit)
7.4    Describe briefly any pilot equipment (which can be considered as an emerging technique) which has recently been tested or implemented in the treatment of the waste gases.




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       Comments




       Explanatory notes for averaged air emission data sheet

(1)    The values reflect the average values which are corrected to a specific oxygene content. The data reported here should refer only to
       samples obtained during the normal operating conditions during the reference year. Since the purpose of this questionnaire is to
       collect information on plant performance and not on compliance with requirements imposed by the competent authority, please
       report the shortest term average type which is available at the plant level (e.g. if hourly averages and two-daily averages are
       available, report only hourly averages, regardless of what is actually reported to the competent authority). If only one measurement
       on one sample was performed during the reference year, provide the obtained value in the average column and fill in other columns
       as 'NA'.


(2)    Derived as the arithmetic mean of all the values of each sampling campaign obtained during the reference year. If the parameter
       analysed in a given sample is below the limit of quantification, the measurement result shall be set to half of the value of the limit of
       quantification concerned for the calculation of a mean value. If another method of handling results under the limit of quantification
       is used please indicate this in the box for additional information. If only one measurement was performed during the reference year,
       provide the obtained value in the average column and fill in the other columns as 'NA'.


       In case of continuous measurement we propose to add the 95 percentile.
(3)    The following example may help you in understanding how to select the appropriate option for the columns:
       • In a sampling campaign, where the sample/s is taken continuously over e.g. an hour time the values obtained should be
       considered an hourly (and not daily) average regardless of whether it may be a 'good representation' of the whole daily plant
       performance; in the column 'Type of average', the 'Hourly average' option should be chosen and in the column 'Method to obtain
       data', the 'Periodic measurement' (and not 'Continuous measurement') option should be chosen. If sampling is performed during
       half an hour then it is a 'half-hourly average' and a 'periodic measurement'.


(4)    Please report the specific CEN, ISO, US EPA or other national standard used.
(5)    Consider the total number of individual samplings and measurements, performed during the reference year, used to derive the
       average emission values reported in the table. This is not applicable for continuous measurements.
(6)    Understood as Particulate Matter 2-100 um. Identify any specific fraction in the comments box.
(7)    The mixture of SO2 and SO3 expressed as SO2 and the mixture of NO and NO 2 expressed as NO2.

(8)    Gaseous and vaporous organic substances expressed as total organic compounds and disregarding methane. Regarded as identical to
       VOC but with methane excluded.
(9)    Total organic carbon as C.
(10)   Condensible VOCs.
(11)   All the data reported in the questionnaire should refer preferably to 2010. If data is not available for that year or if it does not
       appropriately represent the typical operational conditions (e.g. due to major cut in production), you may use 2011 or 2009. Please
       use one reference year only as far as possible. If monitoring on different sources is performed in different years then please indicate
       this cleary so it will be possible to asses the data.
(12)   For any additional pollutants, provide all the data required in the table and add the name of the parameters in the open cell just
       below. It is expected that several metals or group of metals are monitored in some MSs. Copy and add lines as appropiate if more
       parameters are needed.




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TRUE                             Continuous measurement   Half-hourly average                   yes
                                 Periodic measurement     Hourly average        #REF!   #REF!   no
                                 Estimated value          Daily average                         not known

                                                          other




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8      Water emissions

                                                            The data reported in this sheet correspond to ONE final waste water discharge from the WBP plant.
                                 If there are separate collection systems for different waste water streams and these are discharged individually and therefore
                                 monitored individually then please make a copy of this sheet in order to describe each discharged stream individually. An
                                 example is waste water from MDF production which is treated in an on-site waste water treatment plant designed for that
                                 purpose and on the same site there is a separate collection system for surface water run-off. Since the two systems could be
                                 completely separate, there is a need for submitting data on both systems but separately. See also the explanation at the
                                 bottom of this sheet.


                                 Definition: Waste water is water composed of any combination of water discharged from domestic, industrial or commercial
                                 premises, surface run-off and accidentally any sewer infiltration water.

8.1
8.1.1 Data on the sources of waste water that you describe in this sheet                                  Reference year                                   Value for the reference year
                                                                 Waste water from refining process                                                         (m3/year)
                                                                 Waste water from plant cleaning                                                           (m3/year)
                                                                 Waste water from other manufacturing steps within the WBP plant                           (m3/year)
                                                                 Surface water run-off from log yard                                                       (m3/year)
                              Waste water sources                Surface water run-off from other outdoor areas                                            (m3/year)
                                                                 Waste water from abatement systems                                                        (m3/year)
                                                                 Cooling water                                                                             (m3/year)
                                                                 Water from fire fighting or other accidents on-site                                       (m3/year)
                                                                 Other                                                                                     (m3/year)
                Additional comments

8.1.2 Is the waste water treated before final discharge?                        y/n ▼

8.1.3 If the waste water is treated in a waste water treatment plant on-site before final discharge, then please attach a separate document with the flow
      diagram of the WWT system using a copy of the standardised figure shown in the explanations at the bottom of this sheet. Please also indicate in the
      flow diagram recycled water streams and in which processes they are used.




8.2    Data on total amounts of treated waste water
                 Specify the total volume of waste water intake into the on site waste water treatment plant in the reference year:                        (m3/year)
                 Specify the total volume of final treated effluent discharged from the on site waste water treatment plant in the reference year
                                                                                                                                                           (m3/year)
                 Specify the total volume of waste water entering the waste water treatment plant and which is recycled in the production
                 process in the reference year                                                                                                             (m3/year)


                 If no treatment of waste water is performed on site please specify in this box the total volume of waste water discharged to the
                 receiving body                                                                                                                            (m3/year)
                 Additional comments

8.3    Describe the receiving entity of discharge of waste water ▼


                 Clarify here the nature of the discharge point if none of the given descriptions are covering the actual situation:




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8.4   Emissions in waste water sampled after the final
      treatment on-site at the discharge point

                                                                    Values obtained during the
                                                                                                                                                                                               Details concerning the collected data
                                                                        reference year (1)                                                                                                                                                                                                            Additional information: Emission limit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      values with reference conditions and




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                samples considered for the
                                                                                                                                                                                        subtracted from the values
                                                                                                                                                                                         Is the uncertainty already
                                                                                                        Continuous Monitoring (2)




                                                                                                                                                                                          reported in this table? (3)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      sampling frequency set in the




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  values reported in this
                                                                                                                                                                Sampling duration for




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Number of individual
                                                                                                                                    Sampling Method to




                                                                                                                                                                 composite sampling
                                                                                                          Type of average for




                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Standard analytical
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Environmental Permit of the WBP plant by




                                                                                                                                      obtain data (2) ▼




                                                                                                                                                                                                                           methods used (4)
                                                                               Average (1)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the Competent Authority. This value could




                                                                                              Maximum
                                                                     Minimum




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          table (5)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      be different from a national value




                                                                                                                  ▼




                                                                                                                                                                                                     ▼
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Additional information
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      depending on local considerations.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Remember to include the unit.




      Waste water flow at the
      discharge point from the                  3
                                             (m /h)
      waste water treatment
      plant

                 pH


                TSS (6)                      (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)
                BOD5                         (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)
                COD                          (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)
               TOC (7)                       (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)
      THC (total hydrocarbon)                (mg/l)
                  (8)
                                          and (kg/year)
        TN (total nitrogen) (9)              (mg/l)
                 (*)                      and (kg/year)
               TKN (10)                      (mg/l)
                 (*)                      and (kg/year)
                NH4-N                        (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)

              Others(11)                     (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)

              Others(11)                     (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)

              Others(11)                     (mg/l)
                                          and (kg/year)
8.5   Specify the main processes applied in the waste water treatment plant including all steps from collection of waste water until final discharge


                                                                                                                                                                removal
                                                                                    Process (12)                                                                            parameter 1                                 parameter 2             parameter 2 Additional description
                                                                                                                                                            efficiency in %

                                     1
                                     2
                                     3
                                     4
                                     5
                                     6




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8.6                                                                                     (13)
      Are there any special driving forces which influence the plant design/operation                                                                   (y/n)

                                Specify:

8.7   Waste handling: generation and handling of sludge/filtrate/sedimented material from the waste water treatment plant
                                                                                                 Sludge fate:
                                    Describe sludge source
                                                                       Quantity in t/year        Indicate if landfilled, incinerated or reused on site, reused off site and for what
                                  according to treatment step
                                                                                                 purpose
                Sludge 1                                                                t/year
                Sludge 2                                                                t/year


                             Additional information
8.8   Describe briefly any pilot equipment (which can be considered an emerging technique) which has been tested in the waste water treatment plant



Comments




                                                                                                                                                                                       7. Water Emissions




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Explanatory notes for the waste water treatment plant sheet

The purpose of this sheet is to collect monitoring data on water emissions from WBP plants. At some plants there is no
treatment and no monitoring of waste water since no large volumes of waste water are discharged.


At plants there can be different streams of water that are collected, treated and discharged differently. If this is the case,
then please copy the sheet for each of these waste water streams.

To explain the possible waste water streams, an illustration is given below.
WW Monitoring 1: The first waste water stream is treated in an on-site waste water treatment plant A and is indirectly
discharged to an off-site waste water treatment plant for further treatment. This could be the case for process waste
water from the refining process. The monitoring point would be at the outlet of the on site waste water treatment plant
and before entering an off site waste water treatment plant. (The functioning of the off site waste water treatment plant
and the discharge from this, is naturally not included in this data collection.)


WW Monitoring 2: The second waste water stream is treated in an on-site waste water treatment plant B and is
discharged directly to the receiving water after treatment. This could be the case for surface run-off water and decanted
glue water. The monitoring point would most likely be at the outlet of the waste water treatment plant or even in the
receiving water after discharge. It will be important that the point of sampling is described. Even if treatment is only a
simple sedimentation step or reed bed, it is considered a waste water treatment system.


WW Monitoring 3: The third waste water stream is discharged directly to the receiving water without treatment. This
could be the case for, e.g. surface run-off water. The monitoring point would most likely be at the discharge point or even
in the receiving water after discharge. It will be important that the point of sampling is described.



                                                                                                                                              WW Monitoring

                                                                                           Direct
                                                                                           discharges
                                                        WWT                                                                                   WW Monitoring
                                                       plant B


                                                                              Indirect
                                                                                                         Common                            Receiving water
                                                             WWT              discharge                   WWT
                                                             (pre-)
                             WBP                          treatment                                       plant
                                                            plant A

                                                                                                     Off-site municipal/urban WWT plant
                                                        WW Monitoring                                or off-site industrial WWT plant
                                                                                                     which is not covered by the WBP BREF



              WBP production plant and all its associated systems



                 WBP installation border

                                  Waste water monitoring point for which the data should
       WW Monitoring              be reported in the water emission sheet




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(1)    Since the purpose of this questionnaire is to collect information on plant performance and not on compliance with
       requirements imposed by the competent authority, please report the shortest term average type which is available (e.g. if
       hourly averages are available report only hourly averages, regardless of what the actual reporting requirements to the
       competent authority are). If the relevant parameter is not a permit condition but is used for controlling and managing the
       waste water treatment performance, the data should be given also and with the shortest term average as possible.

       Derived as the arithmetic mean of all the values of each sampling campaign obtained during the reference year. If the
       parameter analysed in a given sample is below the limit of quantification, the measurement result shall be set to half of
       the value of the limit of quantification concerned for the calculation of a mean value. If another method of handling
       results under the limit of quantification is used please indicate this in the box for additional information. If only one
       measurement was performed during the reference year, provide the obtained value in the average column and fill in the
       other columns as 'NA'.
(2)    The sampling method is important to know for air as well for water. If the parameter is measured continuously, then
       indicate which average the given data represent. If the parameter is monitored as a composite sample indicate as well
       which average the given data then represent and add the sampling duration for the composite sampling. Be aware of the
       two different methods when sampling - the flow proportional sampling or the time proportional sampling.


(3)    For each pollutant monitored, the uncertainty of measurement is reported in the original monitoring report in the form of
       a percentage of the measured value or in the form of an absolute number. If the average given is based on corrected
       values answer yes. If not answer no and please any explanation in the additional comments field.
(4)    The published or documented procedure for using the monitoring technique (i.e. analytical principle), so that comparable
       results can be obtained when the monitoring is carried out at different times or by different organisations. Please report
       CEN, ISO, US EPA or other standards.
(5)    Consider the total number of measurements on individual samples performed during the reference year, used to derive
       the emission values reported in the table.

(6)    Different MSs use different parameters. TSS is one of them. Total suspended solids, defined as the concentration of solids
       in a liquid usually determined by filtration or centrifuging and then drying all under specified conditions.

(7)    TOC. Total organic carbon, defined as the concentration of carbon present in the organic matter which is dissolved or
       suspended in water.
(8)    THC. Total hydro carbons is the measured hydrocarbon emissions detectable by a flame ionization detector (FID)
       Oxygenated hydrocarbons such as alcohols and aldehydes will not be detected.
(9)    TN should be understood as TOTAL Nitrogen including both organic and inorganic bound nitrogen.

(10)   TKN. This parameter is used by some MSs. Total kjeldahl nitrogen is defined as the sum of organic and ammoniacal
       nitrogen. This does not include inorganic nitrogen as nitrate and nitrite.
(11)   For any additional pollutants, provide all the data required in the table and add the name of the parameters in the open
       cell just below.
(12)   Indicate the chain of processes applied before discharge e.g filtration, sedimentation, oil & water seperators, coagulation,
       flocculation, aerobic/anaerobic biological treatment. Add removal efficiencies for key parameters.

(13)   Local conditions which influenced the decision to install and use a special water treatment technique.




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                    Discharge from the waste
                    Discharge from the on-site
                    waste water treatment plant
                    Other




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Hourly average         Continuous Monitoring                2-hour composite sample                                       yes    Surface run off
Two-hourly average     Flow-proportional Composite Sample   24-composite sample                                           no     process water
Three-hourly average   Time-proportional Composite Sample   Other                                         #REF!   #REF!   N.A.   domestic grey water
Daily average          Spot sample                          Unknown                                                              drain water




Two-daily average      Estimated value
Unknown                Calculated value

                       Unknown




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      9      Solid by-products, residues and wastes



                             The data reported in this sheet correspond to the solid by-products/residues/wastes generated by the WBP plant and its auxiliary systems(1).



      9.1
             Characteristics of solid by-product, residues and wastes




                                                                                                                                                                            Final destination
                                                                                                                                             Generation during
                                                                          European list of waste code               Source ▼                  reference year




                                                                                                                                                                                   ▼
                                     Description


                                                                                                                                                     (t)




      9.2    If some techniques used in the WBP that have positive effects on quantity or quality, which may increase the possibility of the residues further utilisation, please provide more
             information using the Template for describing a potential candidate technique for BAT sheet in the questionnaire.




      Comments:




      Notes for solid residues and waste

(1)   Consider only the waste flows leaving the site or managed in the site excluding internal recirculation of wood-based material flows in the process.




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                   Production
                   Waste water treatment facilities
                   Combustion process                 energy recovery on-site


                   Flue-gas treatment facilities      sold off-site
                   other                              recycled in production

                                                      land fill




                                                      other




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10     Water consumption


                        The data reported in this sheet correspond to water consumed at the WBP plant

10.1                                                                                                            Water for cooling
                                                                                           Water for steam
       Total consumed water for WBP plant                                                                       systems in
                                                                                           system (oil
       including all activities, except offices and                        Process water                        combustion/product
                                                                                           heating, indirect
       administration.                                                                                          ion/abatement
                                                                                           heating)
                                                                                                                systems

                                            (1000
                                           m3/year)

10.2
                                                                                           Recycled water in
       Total water consumed for refining of fibres:         (m3/year)
                                                                                           refining (m3/year)

10.3
       What is the gross amount of water saved by recycling water used in the WBP
                                                                                               (m3/year)
       plant including all activities?

10.4
       If water recycling techniques used in the WBP installation have positive effects on energy efficiency increase, waste
       water emissions or water consumption , please provide more information using the Template for describing a potential
       candidate technique for BAT sheet in the questionnaire.



Comments:




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                       TRUE




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                                   Template for describing a potential candidate technique for BAT
     If any techniques used on your site have positive effects on the overall operation of the WBP installation, and consequently, might be considered as BAT candidates, please
     provide more information to enable us to understand how they perform. Please note that within a WBP installation several well performing techniques (primary techniques for
     different productions processes, or secondary techniques e.g. air pollution control, waste water treatment) may be implemented and therefore several BAT candidates could be
     relevant for your plant. Please use fill out one template for each BAT candidate.
     If the technique has been tested on your site but not yet installed, please also provide information on that technique. The technique might be considered as BAT candidate or as
     an emerging technique.

     As per Article 3(10), Chapter 1 of the Directive 2010/75/EU on industrial emissions (IED) ' "best available technique' means the most effective and advanced stage in the
     development of activities and their methods of operation which indicates the practical suitability of particular techniques for providing the basis for emission limit values and
     other permit conditions designed to prevent, and, where this is not practicable, to reduce emissions and the impact on the environment as a whole:

     ● "techniques" includes both the technology used and the way in which the installation is designed, build, maintained, operated and decommissioned;

     ● "available techniques" means those developed on a scale which allows implementation in the relevant industrial sector, under economically and technically viable conditions,
     taking into consideration the costs and advantages, whether or not the techniques are used or produced inside the Member State in question, as long as they are reasonably
     accessible to the operator;

     ● "best" means most effective in achieving a high general level of protection of the environment as a whole. '

     In order to facilitate the use of the BREFs, all techniques to be considered in the BAT decision-making process will be presented according to a standard structure; this template
     is based on the standard structure presented in the Guidance Document on the practical arrangements for the exchange of information under the IED.


     If more information can be provided, the operator should indicate which additional data is available.

     If some data are deemed confidential, please read the Introduction sheet of the questionnaire for further instructions.




1    Description

1.1 Descriptive name of technique (or combination of techniques)

                          For example: Primary technique: Recirculation of the hot gases from the dryers to a heat-exchanger and reuse in drying or for heating of thermal oil.
                          For example: Secondary technique: Electrified filterbed treating exhaust gases from presses and dryers.

1.2 Market name



1.3 Indicate the         Primary technique (in-process measure)                                   Secondary technique (end-of pipe measure)
     category of
     technique           waste and residues handling                                              abatement of air emissions
                         reduction of energy consumption                                          waste water treatment (abatement of water
                         reduction of water consumption                                           emissions)
                         reduction of chemicals used
                         reduction of raw material
                         other(describe)                                                          other (describe)


1.4 Reference to plants (full scale, demonstration or pilot plants) in which the
     technique is implemented and from which information has been collected and
     used in this template.
     - Installation year of technique
     - Is the technique in use in the EU and / or worldwide?

1.5 Comments




2   Technical description
2.1 A concise and short technical description of the in-process and / or end-of-pipe technique (i.e. measures for pollution prevention and / or control). The
     information should be detailed enough to understand how the equipment works and may include e.g. pictures, diagrams, flow charts, schematics and should
     include details of the main controllable operating parameters.




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3   Achieved environmental benefits
3.1 The main potential environmental benefits to be gained through implementing the technique. This may include: reduced consumption of energy / water / raw
     materials, reduced emissions of specific pollutants to air / water / land, production yield increases, reduced waste generation, etc.




4    Environmental performance and operational data
     Actual plant-specific performance data obtained applying the technique (or combination of techniques) and any other information on how to design, operate,
     maintain and control the technique. The data in this section may address the following issues if applicable and relevant:
4.1 Emission data (if not already provided in the questionnaire for the data collection)               Information and comments
     - both the concentration and, if available, specific load of pollutant(s) or the
     data needed to derive this information
     - the abatement efficiency (this should be provided only if actual
     measurements were performed and not on general 'catalogue' information)

     - details of relevant operating conditions, such as: working range in terms of
     percentage of full capacity and conditions for full abatement efficiency
     - if not currently available please indicate if you will be able to deliver emission
     data for the abatement technique if asked on a later occasion


4.2 Consumption data:                                                                                  Information and comments
     - the type and amount of energy (heat, electricity), water and raw materials /
     chemicals consumed / used by the technique
     - if data not currently available, please indicate if you will be able to deliver
     consumption data for the abatement technique on a later occasion


4.3 Waste:                                                                                             Information and comments
     - the type and quantities of waste generated, the treatment / disposal methods
     and / or techniques to prevent waste

4.4 Others:                                                                                            Information and comments
     -   equipment design characteristics
     -   the efficiency of the technique over the range of operating conditions
     -    the constraints encountered in technique performance
     -   integration of the technique into the overall operation of the WBP plant
     - the operational availability of the technique, e.g the minimum amount of
     downtime needed for the maintenance of the equipment, expressed as days /
     year
     - sensitivity and durability of the technique
     - operation / control / maintenance issues and procedures which enable good
     performance
     - special issues for accident prevention


     If more information can be provided, the operator should indicate which
     additional data could be available upon request.


     Comments




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5     Cross-media effects
      Possible shift of environmental pressure from one environmental compartment to the other. For example, when a filter is installed to abate atmospheric
      emissions; the air is cleaned but solid waste is generated.
      Indicate relevant negative environmental effects due to implementing the technique, to allow comparisons amongst techniques in order to assess the impact on
      the environment as a whole. Please rank the different environmental impacts according to whether the impact is less, neutral or increased when implementing
      this technique.

      Topic               Impact due to implementing the technology - y/n followed by reasoning

                                        Less                        Neutral                              Increased                           Comments

5.1 Consumption

      Water
      Energy
      Raw materials
      (wood)
      Chemicals and
      auxiliaries and
      their
      management.
      Others (please
      specify)

5.2 Air emissions

      CO2
      SOx
      NOx
      NH3
      Formaldehyde
      NMVOC
      Dust
      HCl and HF
      Dioxines
      Others (please
      specify)
      Waste water
5.3
      generation

      Production /
      abatement
      system
      Surface water
      run off
      Cooling water
      Others (please
      specify)

5.4 Water emissions

      NH3
      COD/BOD
      TSS

      Heavymetals
      Others (please
      specify)

5.5 Production of
      Sludge

      Waste (please
      specify)
      Others (please
      specify)
    Management
5.6 and disposal of
    waste

      Pollution of soil


      Noise

      Odour

      Increased riscs
      of accidents
      (please specify)

      Interruptions of
      operation




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6   Technical considerations relevant to applicability
    Indicate where the technique can be applied and the main general technical restrictions in the use of the technique.

                                                                                                  Information and comments
    - In which type of plants or processes can the technique be used as it is?

    - In which type of plants or processes can the technique be used with
    modifications?
    - In which type of plants or processes can the technique not be used and
    therefore is not applicable?
    - Is the technique applicable to both new and already existing WBP
    installations?
    - What are the main restrictions to the applicability of the technique?


    - Any local conditions could restrict the applicability of the technique?

    Comments




7   Economics
    Information on costs and possible savings, including details on how these costs have been calculated. Please differentiate information on new installations and
    that concerning existing / retrofitted installations if relevant.

    If a project included associated activities on the WBP installation, please indicate the cost of this adjoined system also and describe the adjoining system.


    Some issues may have a significant impact on the investment and O&M costs and, in this case, provide information on how these influence the reported values,
    e.g:
    - local conditions, which may require special provisions for the choice and instalment of the technique, possibly inducing high investment and / or operating costs


    - total duration of the project (from the general site preparation up to plant start-up) and the 'downtime' of the installation (e.g. time during which the installation
    was not operating due to the installation of the new equipment)
    - estimated payback time for the investment
    - tax incentives and subsidies received, e.g. for the reduction of water consumption, for the increase in use of renewable energy; the costs saved with this item
    can be reported separately.
    - extra costs or savings because of trading schemes

    If more information can be provided, please indicate what additional data is available.

    If some data are deemed confidential, please read the Introduction sheet of the questionnaire for further instructions.

7.1 New WBP
                                                       Costs/M€ (2012)
    installation                                                                                                             Details and comments
    Cost category                          Direct                         At adjoining systems

                             Investment cost
    - Equipment costs

    - Installation costs

                     Operating and maintenance costs
    Materials (raw water,
    chemicals)

    Maintenance
    (replacement parts,
    cleaning)

    Energy (electricity,
    heat, fuel)

    Service (waste
    treatment and disposal
    services)
    Labour (indicate in
    man hours pr year)

              Possible cost savings and production benefits
    Waste water

    Sludge

    Cooling water

    Other
    costs/benefits

      - Describe (e.g.
    improved system
    effectiveness)




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7.2 Existing/retro-
    fitted WBP                                         Costs/M€ (2012)
    installation                                                                                                     Details and comments
    Cost category                          Direct                         At adjoining systems

                             Investment cost
    - Equipment costs


    - Installation costs



                     Operating and maintenance costs
    Materials (raw water,
    chemicals)

    Maintenance
    (replacement parts,
    cleaning)
    Energy (electricity,
    heat, fuel)
    Service (waste
    treatment and disposal
    services)
    Labour (indicate in
    man hours pr year)

              Possible cost savings and production benefits
    Waste water

    Sludge

    Cooling water

    Other
    costs/benefits

      - Describe (e.g.
    improved system
    effectiveness)



    Comments




8   Driving force for implementation
    Local conditions or requirements (e.g. legislation, safety measures) or non-environmental triggers (e.g. increased yield, improved product quality, economic
    incentives) which drive or may stimulate implementation.




9   Reference literature
    Literature or other reference material that was used in writing the section and that contains more detailed information and documentation of the technology
    performance.




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