PROBLEMS OF CEMENT PLANTS AS A RESULT OF CHANGES IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN 2019
Bushikhin, V. V. expert
Pahtinov, V. M. technical expert, Slantsev Cement Plant “Cesla“ OJSC, Leningrad region, Slantsy, Russia
Alitinform №3 (56) 2019 г. 22-32 p.
The development of environmental reform, as expressed in amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation, establishing a number of new and increasing existing fines in terms of environmental compositions, the introduction of technological indicators of pollutant emissions into the air, corresponding to the best available technologies (BAT) of a number of industries, approval of new methodological recommendations on the definition of technology as BAT, the procedure for issuing complex environmental permits (CEP), their re-registration, revision and introduction of changes, as well as revocation, approval of the rules for developing a program to improve environmental performance, environmental protection action plan, new documents of a number of other regulatory legal acts (RLA), significantly complicated the reporting system and the introduction of BAT for enterprises.
In particular, for cement plants, it is mandatory to obtain a comprehensive environmental permit, the technological standards of which are based on technological indicators of pollutant emissions into the air and correspond to BAT for cement production.
Despite the seemingly distant timeframe for obtaining a comprehensive environmental permit, the increase in the fiscal burden, tougher penalties, the possibility of implementation over seven years, the complexity of the conceptual and terminological apparatus makes it difficult to start the implementation of BAT, otherwise payment for negative environmental impact (NEI) and waste management will increase.
Complex Environmental Permit (CEP), Program for Improving Environmental Efficiency (PIEE), technological indicators, technological standards, BAT information and technical guides, production and consumption waste, cement plants