- any part of a plant or fungus
- PART 4: SPECIAL RULE FOR LABELLING OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS
- CHP part, non-CHP part and heat-only boilers within a plant
- ‘permit’ means a written authorisation to operate all or part of an installation or combustion plant, waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration plant;
- Part A: Annual statistics on the Fuel and Energy Consumption broken down by type of plant
- Refers to other types of plant as specified in part A.
- Part 4 sets out a special rule for the labelling of plant protection products.
- the part of the treated crop or plant products where phytotoxic/phytopathogenic effects are observed;
- in Part B ‘Pesticides’, point 1. ‘Products for plant protection’ is amended as follows:
- Part 1: Investments and renewals Renewal of plant (2002) […]  Renewal of offices/buildings (2002) […] Cleaning of courtyard/plant […] Movable investments 2002: Vehicles […] IT […] Tools […]
- The requirements of part 2.1 on dangerous substances for the raw wood and plant treatments shall also apply for adhesives.
- In the case of a change to a combustion plant, which may have consequences for the environment and which affects a part of the plant with a rated thermal input of 50 MW or more, the emission limit values as set out in Part 2 of Annex V shall apply to the part of the plant which has changed in relation to the total rated thermal input of the entire combustion plant.
- When waste waters from the cleaning of waste gases are treated outside the waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration plant at a treatment plant intended only for the treatment of this sort of waste water, the emission limit values set out in Part 5 of Annex VI shall be applied at the point where the waste waters leave the treatment plant.
- ‘operator’ means any natural or legal person who operates or controls in whole or in part the installation or combustion plant, waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration plant or, where this is provided for in national law, to whom decisive economic power over the technical functioning of the installation or plant has been delegated;
- Without prejudice to Article 50(4)(c), the waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration plant or individual furnaces being part of a waste incineration plant or waste co-incineration plant shall under no circumstances continue to incinerate waste for a period of more than 4 hours uninterrupted where emission limit values are exceeded.
- Where a combustion plant is extended, the emission limit values set out in Part 2 of Annex V shall apply to the extended part of the plant affected by the change and shall be set in relation to the total rated thermal input of the entire combustion plant.