Display an installation requiring approval for the first time due to a change in the law

Service Description

Coal-fired power plants, industrial plants, intensive livestock farming and similar facilities cause air pollution, noise, vibrations, etc. to a particularly high degree.

In order to protect people and the environment from harmful environmental impacts and to prevent the occurrence of harmful environmental impacts, such plants require a permit for construction and operation in accordance with the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG). The installations that require a permit due to their type and size are listed exhaustively in the Ordinance on Installations Requiring a Permit (4th BImSchV).

An installation that does not require a permit and that has already been erected or whose erection or major modification has already begun becomes subject to a permit when it is included in the list of installations requiring a permit in the Ordinance (4th BImSchV). In this case, the plant is subject to the approval requirements under immission control law and must be registered with the competent authority within three months of the respective 4th Federal Immission Control Ordinance coming into force.

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Thüringen (Linie6PLus)

Competent Authority

Thüringer Landesamt Umwelt, Bergbau und Naturschutz (TLUBN) - Referat 61 - Immissionsschutz

Harry-Graf-Kessler-Straße 1
99423 Weimar

Postal address
Göschwitzer Straße 41
07745 Jena