Immission control: Notification of bodies within the meaning of § 26 BImSchG

Service Description

Pursuant to § 26 of the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG), the competent supervisory authority may order the operator of an installation requiring a permit or - insofar as § 22 applies - of an installation not requiring a permit, to have the type and extent of the emissions emitted by the installation as well as the immissions in the area affected by the installation determined by a body notified to the competent authority pursuant to Land law if it is to be feared that the installation will cause harmful effects on the environment.

In the case of installations requiring a permit, the competent authority may

  • after commissioning or a modification within the meaning of § 15 or § 16 of the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG) and thereafter
  • after the expiry of a period of three years
  • orders pursuant to § 26 even without the prerequisites specified therein.

The requirements for bodies to be notified pursuant to § 29b BImSchG as a body within the meaning of § 26 BImSchG and a statutory order issued on the basis of this Act are specified in the 41st BImSchV (Notification Ordinance BGBl. I p. 973,1001) or in the Certificate of Expertise for Investigations in the Field of Immission Control ("Immission Control Module"). The basic prerequisite for the announcement is the presentation of an accreditation by the Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH (DAkkS).

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Thüringen (Linie6PLus)

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Competent Authority

Thüringer Landesamt Umwelt, Bergbau und Naturschutz

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07745 Jena
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0361 57394-2000
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0361 57394-2222