Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • het opeengehoopte
  • a jumbled collection or mass




Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • samenklontering, agglomeratie, agglomereren, samenklonteren
  • the act of collecting in a mass; the act of agglomerating



  1. Population of agglomeration or zone
  2. Mining and agglomeration of hard coal
  3. Population of agglomeration or zone (thousands)
  4. Diffuse sources Population of agglomeration or zone (thousands)
  5. It should be indicated whether the zone is an agglomeration (code: ‘ag’) or not (code: ‘nonag’).
  6. Each zone and agglomeration shall be classified in relation to those assessment thresholds.
  7. Allows free flow of solid particles and thus avoids agglomeration of powdered cosmetics into lumps or hard masses.
  8. Allows free flow of solid particles and thus avoids agglomeration of powdered cosmetics into lumps or hard masses. ANTICORROSIVE
  9. It is recommended that the Member State, if possible, compiles maps showing concentration distributions within each zone and agglomeration.
  10. Determination of requirements for assessment of concentrations of arsenic, cadmium, nickel and benzo(a)pyrene in ambient air within a zone or agglomeration
  11. Any postponement for a given zone or agglomeration should be accompanied by a comprehensive plan to be assessed by the Commission to ensure compliance by the revised deadline.
  12. To be measured over three consecutive hours at locations representative of air quality over at least 100 km2 or an entire zone or agglomeration, whichever is the smaller.
  13. where population, sensitive crops or natural ecosystems located in the outer fringe of an agglomeration are exposed to high ozone levels;
  14. the number of sampling points in each zone or agglomeration amounts to at least one sampling point per two million inhabitants or one sampling point per 50000 km2, whichever produces the greater number of sampling points, but must not be less than one sampling point in each zone or agglomeration;
  15. Where, in a given zone or agglomeration, conformity with the limit values for nitrogen dioxide or benzene cannot be achieved by the deadlines specified in Annex XI, a Member State may postpone those deadlines by a maximum of five years for that particular zone or agglomeration, on condition that an air quality plan is established in accordance with Article 23 for the zone or agglomeration to which the postponement would apply; such air quality plan shall be supplemented by the information listed in Section B of Annex XV related to the pollutants concerned and shall demonstrate how conformity will be achieved with the limit values before the new deadline.