With the application of the EMISSIONS LIMIT VALUES ANALYSIS, we support both the technical authorities and the client in their decisions. If we seek a solution as a fundamental objective that meets one hand, the statutory objectives of the Authority and the other for. B. taking into account the long-planned re-use for the site, then a VARIANT INVESTIGATION for various measures is essential. We analyze PARALLEL the effects of a change of measures on ecological and economic aspects until a satisfactory result for all responsible persons is achieved. In doing so, we strike a balance between the ecological requirements of the specialist authority and the economic aspects of the client. This considerably simplifies cooperation in the licensing procedure.
ADVANTAGE FOR THE DEPARTMENT – FINSTERWALDER EMISSION LIMIT VALUATION ANALYSIS
The number of parameters and their combinations for assessing the suitability of sites, the use of materials or the effectiveness of measures are so diverse that a uniform and general specification is not possible. The advantage of the EMISSIONS LIMIT VALUES ANALYSIS is the link between the ecological requirement (legal targets) and the proof of effectiveness of the planned measure (eg landfill protection) with the data of the location. This eliminates the uncertainty in the assessment. This condition is not possible if the assessment is based solely on control and monitoring measures. The necessary measures of a technical and ecological nature or any necessary control and monitoring measures (type and scope) are rather a result of the emission limit value analysis and thus part of our verification in the planning phase. With the results of the emission limit analysis, we can eliminate all those variants (or locations, materials, etc.) that do not meet the environmental requirements of the authority, i. E. do not allow lasting compliance with environmental targets.
ADVANTAGE FOR THE CONTRACTOR – FINSTERWALDER EMISSION LIMIT VALUATION ANALYSIS
With the EMISSIONS LIMIT ANALYSIS, we can compare the safety systems offered on the market on a consistent basis and assess them in terms of emission safety for the site. The procedure using the principle of prevention has the advantage that one knows the maximum possible pollution of groundwater and leachate by ingredients from the source (eg landfill) as a function of time. In the planning phase, therefore, it is already known whether the measure, which has been adapted to the location and the boundary conditions, will also meet the ecological targets in the long term. Thus, the required amount of investment and operating costs can be determined and optimized. The monetary advantage for the client results from a uniform evaluation in agreement with the specifications of the authority. Our approach enables the reliable calculation of material and construction costs as part of the planning task.
Our approach according to PRINCIPLE OF PRECAUTIONS can be done regardless of the field of application. The ecological requirement can refer to legal requirements and specifications for the adherence to the quality of a measure, which are:
- Landfill ordinance
- Groundwater ordinance
- Federal soil protection act
- Federal soil protection and contaminated sites ordinance
- Regulation groundwater / substitute building materials / soil protection (Status: draft of 26 November 2012)
- Applicable DIN standards
- Nationwide quality standards (LAGA)