The Fin­ster­walder emis­sion lim­it val­ue analy­sis

PRO­TECT SOIL AND GROUND­WA­TER LONG-TERM – WITH THE FIN­STER­WALDER EMIS­SION LIM­IT VAL­UES ANALY­SIS
With the Fin­ster­walder emis­sion lim­it val­ue analy­sis, we can exam­ine and eval­u­ate on a uni­form basis every land­fill or earth­works, from which sub­stances can reach the soil and ground­wa­ter via the water path. In doing so, we take equal account of the eco­log­i­cal and eco­nom­ic tar­gets.

By apply­ing the emis­sion lim­it analy­sis, we can assess the cur­rent state of a site and
make a reli­able state­ment about the LIM­ITS OF FUTURE DEVEL­OP­MENT of ground­wa­ter pol­lu­tion.
This will give you a deci­sion basis for the fur­ther pro­ce­dure.

We can com­pare and eval­u­ate the secu­ri­ty sys­tems offered on the mar­ket on a con­sis­tent basis. As a result, the emis­sion lim­it val­ue analy­sis, we pro­vide math­e­mat­i­cal IMPACT PROOF for any mea­sure or any loca­tion that the pol­lu­tion of ground­wa­ter will be per­ma­nent­ly low­er than the offi­cial tar­gets.

Nat­ur­al laws:
The require­ments for the ver­i­fi­ca­tion of emis­sions safe­ty are high. In con­trast to the con­struc­tion indus­try, the risks from het­ero­ge­neous sources can not be rat­ed safe­ty fac­tors to a state of use because the stage for a het­ero­ge­neous source of the “safe­ty fac­tors” not a fixed quan­ti­ty. They are depen­dent on the local con­di­tions, i. the loca­tion in cor­re­la­tion with the safe­guards and the peri­od of use. We take account of this fact by tak­ing account of the data dis­per­sion around an aver­age of all the input data used for the emis­sion lim­it val­ue analy­sis. The more pre­cise­ly the input data (includ­ing cli­mate data, char­ac­ter­is­tics of the sub­soil, data on the aquifer, data on long-term sur­face use, etc.) are explored, the small­er the spread of the cal­cu­la­tion results. The result for each ingre­di­ent is, accord­ing to the prob­a­bil­i­ty cal­cu­la­tion, an emis­sion field in which the emis­sions can occur. The upper lim­it describes the max­i­mum val­ues (emis­sion lim­it val­ues), the low­er the min­i­mum val­ues and a line in the dia­gram the area with the high­est prob­a­bil­i­ty. The lim­it states do not have to be reached in prac­tice, but they are the absolute bench­mark for the loca­tion-based assess­ment. This means that it is already known in the plan­ning phase which emis­sions are to be expect­ed in the worst case when the hedg­ing mea­sure is tak­en. If these emis­sion lim­it val­ues lie below the tol­er­at­ed emis­sions for the loca­tion, no fur­ther fol­low-up care is required (= long-term obser­va­tion).

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