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1 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 1 Legislative requirements for emissions data: WFD and UWWTD (Agenda Item A3) Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water EEA, Copenhagen, September 2008 Violeta Vinceviciene EC DG ENV unit D.2

2 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 2

3 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 3

4 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 4

5 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 5 1. WFD reporting requirements on emissions

6 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 6 Art.3 and 5 reporting: updated reporting sheets agreed on 16-17/06/2008 WDs Requirements – per RBD/sub-unit frequency – 6 yrs (art.5 – 2005, next update 2010) Main principle: if reported under other EU directives, then link should be established through IDs WFD reporting requirements on emissions

7 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 7 Reporting sheets CA1: Competent Authority RBD1: River Basin District SWB1: Identification of surface water bodies, artificial water bodies and HMWB SWB2: Typology of Surface Water Bodies SWPI1: Summary of Pressure Types Causing Water Bodies to Fail to Reach Good Status SWPI2: Identification of Surface Water Bodies at Risk SWPI3: Significant Point Source Pollution of Surface Waters SWPI4: Significant Diffuse Source Pollution of Surface Waters SWPI5: Significant Water Abstractions from Surface Waters SWPI6: Significant Water Flow Regulations and Morphological Alterations SWPI7: Other Pressures on Surface Waters Not Covered by Other Reporting Sheets SWPI8: Summary Assessment of the Impacts on Surface Water Bodies SWPI9: Uncertainties and Data Gaps RPA1: Register of protected areas GWB1: Identification/Delineation of groundwater bodies GWPI1: Summary of pressure types causing groundwater bodies to fail to reach good status GWPI2: Identification of Ground Water Bodies at Risk GWPI3: Relevant Point Source Pollution to Groundwaters GWPI4: Relevant Diffuse Source Pollution in Groundwater GWPI5: Relevant Groundwater Abstractions GWPI6: Relevant Artificial Groundwater Recharge GWPI7: Relevant Saltwater or Other Intrusion GWPI8: Other Pressures on Groundwaters not covered by Other Reporting Sheets GWPI9: Summary Assessment of the Human Impacts on Groundwater Bodies GWPI10: Further Characterisation – Summary Information GWPI11: Uncertainties and Data Gaps GIS: Geographical Information Requirements and Water Body Attributes WFD art.3-5

8 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 8 WFD reporting on emmissions SWPI1: Summary of Pressure Types Causing Water Bodies to Fail to Reach Good Status SWPI2: Identification of Surface Water Bodies at Risk SWPI3: Significant Point Source Pollution of Surface Waters SWPI4: Significant Diffuse Source Pollution of Surface Waters GWPI1: Summary of pressure types causing groundwater bodies to fail to reach good status GWPI2: Identification of Ground Water Bodies at Risk GWPI3: Relevant Point Source Pollution to Groundwaters GWPI4: Relevant Diffuse Source Pollution in Groundwater

9 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 9 SWPI1: Summary of Pressure Types Causing Water Bodies to Fail to Reach Good Status –Summary on significant pressures per sub-unit + hyperlinks to supporting docs –Compliance indicator – number of water bodies failing to reach good status /potential as a result of each pressure or combination of those Number of SWBs and the list of significant pressures per sub-unit/RBD: point, diffuse sources, water abstractions, flow regulations, etc. SWPI3: Significant Point Source Pollution of Surface Waters –Significant discharges from UWWTPs (UWWTD); Stormwater overflows; IPPC sources and non-IPPC sources; any other significant point sources –Data: Number of significant sources in the sub-unit (UWWTP, IPPC plants, other not covered IPPC in ePRTR Loads of pollutants (COD, nutrients, priority substances, saline discharges) discharged (total load for sub-unit (if not provided to the EEA under SoE) SWPI4: Significant Diffuse Source Pollution of Surface Waters –via storm overflows or the built environment; due to agri activities; transport and infrastructure, abandoned industrial sites; releases from facilities for storage and treatment of domestic effluent in areas without sewage –Data: No data required but summary text + Hyperlinks to more detailed supporting documents Loads of pollutants per sub-unit if available WFD reporting on emmissions

10 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 10 GWPI1: Summary of pressure types causing groundwater bodies to fail to reach good status –Summary of main pressures at RDB level –Compliance indicator – number of GWBs failing to reach good status as a result of each pressure or combination Number of GWBs failing to reach good status per RBDs and list of significant pressures per RBD: point, diffuse sources, water abstractions, artificial recharge, saltwater intrusion, etc. GWPI3: Relevant Point Source Pollution to Groundwaters –Leakages from contaminated sites; waste disposal sites (landfill and agri waste disposal); leaks associated with oil industry infrastructure; mine water discharges; discharges to ground (contaminated water to soakaways), other relevant point sources –Data: Summary of methodology and criteria used to identify relevant point sources number of relevant point sources in RBD causing GWB to be in « not good status » Loads (if available) of pollutants total for RBD if not provided via SoE (NO3, As, Cd, Pb, Hg, NH4, Cl, SO4, Trichloretylene, Tetrachloretylene) GWPI4: Relevant Diffuse Source Pollution in Groundwaters –due to agri activities (fertiliser and pesticide use, livestock, etc); due to non-sewered population; urban land use –Data: No data required but summary text on criteria used to identify sources; + Hyperlinks to more detailed supporting documents List of pollutants discharged to GWBs in the RBD + Loads of pollutants if available WFD reporting on emmissions

11 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide Reporting requirements on emissions for UWWTD

12 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 12 Concept of the UWWTD Agglomeration UWWTP DP 0 1:n Receiving areas = waterbodies UWWTP DP 2 Waterbody- NA estuary 1:n Waterbody - LSA coastal waters 1:n DP 4 CAofSA X DP 3 SA X DP 1 Waterbody - NA coastal waters 1:n ID is the link to ePRTR

13 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 13 UWWTD reporting requirements 1.Sensitive areas and their catchments 2.Agglomeration level: Agglomeration (>2000 p.e.) UWWTPs Discharge points & Receiving areas and WFD-water bodies 3.Member State level: Sewage sludge : produced, disposed & re-used Treated wastewater reused

14 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 14 UWWTD reporting requirements Agglomeration level: Collection, conduction and connection link to ePRTR & WFDTreatment level and performance link to ePRTR & WFD WFD-water bodiesDischarge points & Receiving areas and WFD-water bodies

15 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 15 Fig. 4. Schematic structure of the conceptual model and its relation to the DB tables on reporting system 1.Big cities (mandatory if relevant) 1.1.Agglo- merations 1.2. Agglo- merations (mandatory) 1.n. Agglo- merations UWWTP UWWTP (mandatory) 1.2.n. UWWTP Receiving area - UWWTD NA: inland /freshwaters NA: estuaries & coastal waters SA: freshwaters (Art.5(2,3) SA: estuaries & coastal waters Art.5(2,3) SA: freshwaters Art.5(4) SA: estuaries & coastal waters Art.5(4) LSA: estuaries LSA: coastal waters CAofSA: inland/freshwaters Art.5(4) area 1:n 1:k DP k:1 WFD Re- ceiving water- bodies Art.16 Situation reports (mandatory) Art.17 Implement. Progr. (mandatory - – first time, optional - updates) Art.13 Agro-food industries (mandatory) Art.7 Appropriate treatm. (mandatory - aggregated level) Other Articles: 12, 11, etc (mandatory - upon COMM request) … … DP DPk ID-Receiving area-UWWTD ID-Water body- WFD National level Schematic structure of the conceptual model and its relation to the DB tables on reporting system 1.Big city 1.1.Agglo- merations 1.2. Agglo- meration 1.n. Agglo- merations UWWTP UWWTP 1.2.m. UWWTP Receiving area - UWWTD NA: inland /freshwaters NA: estuaries & coastal waters SA: freshwaters (Art.5(2,3) SA: estuaries & coastal waters Art.5(2,3) SA: freshwaters Art.5(4) SA: estuaries & coastal waters Art.5(4) LSA: estuaries LSA: coastal waters CAofSA: inland/freshwaters Art.5(4) area 1:n 1:m1:k DP k:1 WFD Re- ceiving water- bodies General important information on MS level Art.16 Situation reports Art.17 ImplementationProgrammes Art. 13 Food-processing industries Art.7 Appropriate treatment Other articles – Art.12, 11, 14 etc. according to the Commission needs … … DP DPk ID-Receiving area-UWWTD ID-Water body-WFD (data to be collected under reporting for WFD) National level …

16 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide Reporting requirements on emissions for new directive on Environmental quality standards Formally adopted 17/06/2008, to be published on OJ by end 2008 Requirements in Art.5 : inventory of emissions, discharges and losses

17 European Commission, DG Environment Thematic Eionet Workshop Pollutant Emissions to Water, September 2008 DG ENV D.2 Slide 17 New directive on Environmental quality standards Article 5 Inventory of emissions, discharges and losses 1. On the basis of the information collected in accordance with Articles 5 and 8 of Directive 2000/60/EC, under Regulation (EC) No 166/2006 and other available data, Member States shall establish an inventory, including maps, if available, of emissions, discharges and losses of all priority substances and pollutants listed in Part A of Annex I to this Directive for each river basin district or part of a river basin district lying within their territory including their concentrations in sediment and biota, as appropriate. 2. The reference period for the estimation of pollutant values to be entered in the inventories referred to in paragraph 1 shall be one year between 2008 and However, for priority substances or pollutants covered by Directive 91/414/EEC, the entries may be calculated as the average of the years 2008, 2009 and Member States shall communicate the inventories established pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Article, including the respective reference periods, to the Commission in accordance with the reporting requirements under Article 15(1) of Directive 2000/60/EC. 4. Member States shall update their inventories as part of the reviews of the analyses specified in Article 5(2) of Directive 2000/60/EC. The reference period for the establishment of values in the updated inventories shall be the year before that analysis is to be completed. For priority substances or pollutants covered by Directive 91/414/EEC, the entries may be calculated as the average of the three years before the completion of that analysis. Member States shall publish the updated inventories in their updated river basin management plans as laid down in Article 13(7) of Directive 2000/60/EC. 5. The Commission shall, by 2018, verify that emissions, discharges and losses as reflected in the inventory are making progress towards compliance with the reduction or cessation objectives laid down in Article 4(1)(a)(iv) of Directive 2000/60/EC, subject to Article 4(4) and (5) of that Directive. 6. Technical guidelines for the establishment of inventories shall be adopted in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 21(2) of Directive 2000/60/EC.


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