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SJAELLAND

Area : SJAELLAND - Identifier : DK2 - Reporting year : 2018

Timeline

2014

2016

2018

Characteristics 2018
Type of sensitive area: Catchment of sensitive area
Total load entering: 2,866,738
Total design capacity: 4,016,052
Date of designation Starting date of application
All territory covered (5.8): 
Yes
31/12/1993 31/12/1998
75% removal nitrogen and phosphorus (5.4):
- -
Article 5(2) applied: 
When this Article of the urban waste water treatment directive 91/271/EC applies, Member States shall ensure that urban waste water entering collecting systems shall before discharge into this sensitive areas be subject to more stringent treatment for all discharges from agglomerations of more than 10 000 population equivalent. The starting date of application is the deadline that each agglomeration has to respect in this sensitive area.
Yes

Criteria
Eutrophication - Nitrogen: 
Designation Criteria (a, b, c): a - Nitrogen
Yes
31/12/1993 13/12/1998
Eutrophication - Phosphorus: 
Phosphorus Criteria that is defined to be reduced in this sensitive area due to existing Eutrophication or potential future Eutrophication problems. This criteria is related to the annex II.a of the urban waste water treatment directive 91/271/EC
Yes
31/12/1993 13/12/1998
Drinking water - Nitrogen: 
Nitrogen Criteria that is defined to be reduced in this sensitive area due to nitrogen quality of drinking water when this receiving area is intended to be used for the asbtraction of drinking water. This criteria is related to the annex II.b of the urban waste water treatment directive 91/271/EC
No
- -
Other directives: 
Other parameters related to further treatment than secondary treatment that are defined to fulfil other European directive objectives. This criteria is related to the annex II.c of the urban waste water treatment directive 91/271/EC
Yes
31/12/1993 13/12/1998
Comment other directive:
We do not distinguish between sensitive and less sensitive areas i DK. All areas are considered as sensitive and therefor the standards given in the legislation holds standards for all WWTP regardless of placement (but depending on size.The UWWT directive was implemented in april 1994 in Demark. The implementation relied partly on exsisting legislation and on a new act "Regulation an water water permmissions etc...". Regarding the effluent standards there was a possiblity to be granted an exemption untill december 1998 in the act.

Parameter (s) subject to more stringent treatment
Nitrogen: 
Nitrogen Criteria that is defined to be reduced in this sensitive area due to existing Eutrophication or potential future Eutrophication problems. This criteria is related to the annex II.a of the urban waste water treatment directive 91/271/EC
Yes
Microbiology: 
No
Phosphorus: 
Phosphorus Criteria that is defined to be reduced in this sensitive area due to existing Eutrophication or potential future Eutrophication problems. This criteria is related to the annex II.a of the urban waste water treatment directive 91/271/EC
Yes
Other: 
When required agglomerations of more than 10 000 population equivalent that are discharging in this area have to implement a more stringent treatment adapted to the quality objectives of the directive that is related to designation criteria other
No

General comment:

Some of the more stringent demands National stadards on 8 mg/l of nitrogen in the outlet for treatement plants above 5000 PE. WWTP above 2000 PE must meet COD 75 mg/l and 15 mg/l of BOD.
Beginlife of the SA:
01/01/2015
Evolution Type: 

Not provided

Endlife of the SA: 

-

Waste Water Network Connexions
Linked discharge point(s): 
Site information
Year of data: 
2018
Source of data: 

Other years :
Year of data: 2016
Source of data: file See sourcefile

Year of data: 2014
Source of data: file See sourcefile