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L 202

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Legislation

Volume 47
7 June 2004


Contents

 

Corrigenda

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/452/EC of 29 April 2004 laying down a list of bodies whose researchers may access confidential data for scientific purposes (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/453/EC of 29 April 2004 implementing Council Directive 91/67/EEC as regards measures against certain diseases in aquaculture animals (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/454/EC of 29 April 2004 amending Annexes I, II and III to Decision 2003/858/EC laying down the animal health conditions and certification requirements for imports of live fish, their eggs and gametes intended for farming, and live fish of aquaculture origin and products thereof intended for human consumption (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/455/EC of 29 April 2004 adapting Decision 2003/322/EC implementing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 as regards the feeding of certain necrophagous birds with certain Category 1 materials by reason of the accession of Cyprus (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/456/EC of 29 April 2004 amending Decision 2002/613/EC as regards the approved porcine semen collection centres of Canada (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/457/EC of 29 April 2004 excluding from Community financing certain expenditure incurred by the Member States under the Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF) (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/458/EC of 29 April 2004 amending Appendix B to Annex XII to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat, milk and fish sectors in Poland in the list of establishments in transition (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/459/EC of 29 April 2004 adopting a transitional measure in favour of certain establishments in the milk sector in Hungary (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/460/EC of29 April 2004amending Appendix A to Annex VIII to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat, milk and fish sectors in Latvia in the list of establishments in transition (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/461/EC of 29 April 2004 laying down a questionnaire to be used for annual reporting on ambient air quality assessment in accordance with Council Directives 96/62/EC and 1999/30/EC and in accordance with Directives 2000/69/EC and 2002/3/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/462/EC of 29 April 2004 amending Appendix A to Annex X to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat sector in Hungary in the list of establishments in transition (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/463/EC of 29 April 2004 amending the Appendix to Annex XIV to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat sector in Slovakia in the list of establishments in transition (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/464/EC of 29 April 2004 adopting transitional measures in favour of certain animal by-product establishments in Latvia (OJ L 156, 30.4.2004)

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EN

Acts whose titles are printed in light type are those relating to day-to-day management of agricultural matters, and are generally valid for a limited period.

The titles of all other Acts are printed in bold type and preceded by an asterisk.


Corrigenda

7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/1


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/452/EC of 29 April 2004 laying down a list of bodies whose researchers may access confidential data for scientific purposes

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/452/EC should read as follows:

COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

laying down a list of bodies whose researchers may access confidential data for scientific purposes

(notified under document number C(2004) 1664)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/452/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 322/97 of 17 February 1997 on Community statistics (1), and in particular Article 20(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 831/2002 of 17 May 2002 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 322/97 on Community statistics concerning access to confidential data for scientific purposes (2) aims at establishing, for the purpose of enabling statistical conclusions to be drawn for scientific purposes, the conditions under which access to confidential data transmitted to the Community authority may be granted and the rules of cooperation between the Community and national authorities in order to facilitate such access.

(2)

Four important sources are particularly referred to, which are the following: the European Community Household Panel (ECHP); the Labour Force Survey (LFS); the Community Innovation Survey (CIS); the continuing vocational training survey (CVTS).

(3)

Access to confidential data may be granted by the Community authority to researchers of universities and other higher education organisations established by Community law or by the law of a Member State or of organisations or institutions for scientific research established under Community law or under the law of a Member State.

(4)

Additionally and according to Article 3(1)(c) of this Regulation, access may also be granted to researchers of other agencies, organisations and institutions after having received the opinion of the Committee on statistical confidentiality, in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 20(2) of Regulation (EC) No 322/97.

(5)

It is therefore necessary to establish a list of such bodies further to an evaluation that takes into account a number of conditions such as the primary purpose of the body, the internal organisational arrangements for research, the safeguards in place or the arrangements for dissemination of results of research.

(6)

An established record or reputation of the body of producing quality research and making it publicly available is a consideration in favour of granting access. A secondary consideration is whether the body is well-established and well-recognised as an authoritative body in its particular sphere, perhaps with reputable sponsors, partners or shareholders.

(7)

Research in the body is to be in a well-defined unit with no organisational or management links to policy areas of the body and the research unit should be seen to be a separate, self-contained unit headed by a senior manager with no direct responsibility for policy or implementation of the body's purpose.

(8)

Adequate guarantees from the head of the body are also necessary covering various aspects such as preventing the staff of the research unit from passing information obtained from the data supplied to any staff outside the unit other than summary and aggregated research results with the permission of the head of the research unit or ensuring that it would be a major disciplinary offence for any staff of the body to ask members of the research unit for any information concerning individual records in the dataset provided.

(9)

Physical security of the premises of the body and its computer systems have to be outlined; descriptions of the safekeeping of the data in computer systems should be given, including details of how authorised access is made and unauthorised access is prevented and how the systems are protected from unauthorised access from outside the body; safekeeping of documents, including paper documents, containing information from the dataset should also be described.

(10)

The reason for access being scientific purposes, it implies that results will be made freely and quickly available to the scientific community. Use of the datasets for purely internal reports or purposes would appear to be contrary to the objective of Regulation (EC) No 831/2002. The policy of the body on dissemination of research from its research unit has to be an open policy with publication in the relevant scientific literature encouraged and making results from research freely available on the body's website or other appropriate website.

(11)

The European Central Bank (ECB) has to be regarded as a body fulfilling the conditions mentioned above and therefore is added to the list of agencies, organisations and institutions referred to in Article 3(1)(c) of Regulation (EC) No 831/2002.

(12)

This list will be updated as more agencies, organisations and institutions have to be regarded as admissible bodies.

(13)

It remains that specific access requests submitted by those bodies have subsequently to be processed according to the rules and procedures laid down by Regulation (EC) No 831/2002.

(14)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Committee on Statistical Confidentiality,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

The list of bodies whose researchers may access confidential data for scientific purposes, as referred to in Article 3(1)(c) of Regulation (EC) No 831/2002, is attached in the Annex.

Article 2

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

Pedro SOLBES MIRA

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

BODIES WHOSE RESEARCHERS MAY ACCESS CONFIDENTIAL DATA FOR SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES

European Central Bank


(1)  OJ L 52, 22.2.1997, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 133, 18.5.2002, p. 7.


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/4


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/453/EC of 29 April 2004 implementing Council Directive 91/67/EEC as regards measures against certain diseases in aquaculture animals

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/453/EC should read as follows:

COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

implementing Council Directive 91/67/EEC as regards measures against certain diseases in aquaculture animals

(notified under document number C(2004) 1679)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/453/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Directive 91/67/EEC of 28 January 1991 concerning the animal health conditions governing the placing on the market of aquaculture animals and products (1), and in particular Article 12(2), the second subparagraph of Article 13(1) and Article 13(2) thereof,

Having regard to Council Directive 90/425/EEC of 26 June 1990 concerning veterinary and zootechnical checks applicable in intra-Community trade in certain live animals and products with a view to the completion of the internal market (2), and in particular Article 10 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

A Member State that considers its territory or part of territory free from one or more of the diseases listed in Annex A, column I, list III to Directive 91/67/EEC, may pursuant to Article 13 of that Directive submit the evidence supporting the claim of freedom of diseases to the Commission for the purpose of being granted disease-free status. Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Sweden and the United Kingdom have submitted such claims to the Commission.

(2)

A Member State that draws up a programme to control with a view to eradicating one or more of the diseases listed in Annex A, column I, list III to Directive 91/67/EEC, may pursuant to Article 12 of that Directive submit the programme to the Commission for approval. Finland, Ireland, Sweden and the United Kingdom have submitted such programmes to the Commission.

(3)

Council Regulation (EEC) No 706/73 of 12 March 1973 concerning the Community arrangements applicable to the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man for trade in agricultural products (3), lays down that veterinary legislation is to apply to those islands under the same conditions as in the United Kingdom for the products imported into those islands or exported from them to the Community.

(4)

It is necessary to establish the requirements to be fulfilled for Member States to be declared disease-free and the criteria the Member States are to apply under the control and eradication programmes. It is also necessary to define the additional guarantees which are required for the introduction of certain fish species into the disease-free zones and the zones concerned by the control and eradication programmes. For those purposes the recommendations of the World Organisation of Animal Health (OIE) should be taken into account.

(5)

Denmark has submitted evidence of freedom from spring viraemia of carp (SVC), and should therefore be considered free from that disease.

(6)

Finland has submitted evidence of freedom from SVC for its entire territory, and of freedom from Gyrodactylus salaris and infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) for parts of its territory. The territories concerned should therefore be considered free from those diseases. Finland has also submitted a programme for the control and eradication of bacterial kidney disease (BKD) which will apply to the continental parts of its territory. That programme should be approved with a view to eradicating the disease and achieving disease-free status.

(7)

Ireland has submitted evidence of freedom from SVC, BKD and Gyrodactylus salaris for its entire territory, and should therefore be considered free from those diseases.

(8)

Sweden has submitted evidence of freedom from SVC and IPN for its entire territory, and should therefore be considered free from those diseases. Sweden has also submitted a programme for the control and eradication of BKD which will apply to the continental parts of its territory. That programme should be approved with a view to eradicating the disease and achieving disease-free status.

(9)

The United Kingdom has submitted evidence of freedom from Gyrodactylus salaris for its entire territory and of freedom from IPN, BKD and SVC for parts of its territory. The territories concerned should therefore be considered free from those diseases. The United Kingdom has also submitted programmes for the control and eradication of SVC and BKD applicable to other parts of its territory. Those programmes should be approved with a view to eradicating the diseases and achieving disease-free status.

(10)

The additional guarantees provided for by this Decision should be reconsidered after three years, taking into account the experience gained in relation to control and eradication of the diseases and the development of alternative control measures such as vaccines.

(11)

Additional guarantees as regards SVC have been defined for certain fish species for consignment to Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and Guernsey by Commission Decision 93/44/EC (4). That Decision should be repealed and replaced by this Decision.

(12)

Commission Decision 2003/513/EC (5) is a safeguard decision protecting certain regions of the Community against introduction of Gyrodactylus salaris. Those measures have been in force since 1996, and are by their very nature additional guarantees and not safeguard measures. Decision 2003/513/EC should therefore also be repealed and replaced by this Decision.

(13)

The guarantees laid down in Decisions 93/44/EC and 2003/513/EC should be updated to take into account the present scientific knowledge and current recommendations of the World Organisation of Animal Health (OIE).

(14)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Scientific Committee for the Food Chain and Animal Health,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

Requirements for territory being considered disease-free disease

The requirements to be fulfilled in order for territory to be considered free of one or more of the diseases listed in Column I, List III of Annex A to Directive 91/67/EEC, are laid down in Annex I, Chapter I to this Decision.

Article 2

Territories considered disease-free

The territories listed in Annex I, Chapter II to this Decision are considered to be free from the diseases listed in Column I, List III of Annex A to Directive 91/67/EEC.

Article 3

Criteria for control and eradication programmes

The criteria a Member States shall apply under a control and eradication programme for one or more of the diseases referred to in Column I, List III of Annex A to Directive 91/67/EEC, are laid down in Annex II, Chapter I to this Decision.

Article 4

Approval of control and eradication programmes

The control and eradication programmes for the territories listed in Annex II, Chapter II to this Decision are approved.

Article 5

Additional guarantees

1.   Live aquaculture fish, eggs and gametes which are introduced into the territories listed in Annex I, Chapter II or Annex II, Chapter II, shall comply with the guarantees, including those for packaging and labelling and the appropriate specific additional requirements, as laid down in the health certificate, drawn up in conformity with model health certificate in Annex III, taking into account the explanatory notes in Annex IV.

2.   The requirements laid down in paragraph 1 shall not apply when eggs are introduced into the territories listed in Annex I, Chapter II or Annex II, Chapter II, for the purpose of human consumption.

3.   The additional guarantees should be maintained when the requirements laid down in Annex V are fulfilled.

Article 6

Transport

Live aquaculture fish, eggs and gametes introduced into the territories listed in Annex I Chapter II, or Annex II Chapter II, shall be transported under conditions not altering their health status and not jeopardising the health status at the place of destination.

Article 7

Repeal

Decisions 93/44/EC and 2003/513/EC are repealed.

Article 8

Review

The Commission shall review the additional guarantees laid down by this Decision by 30 April 2007 at the latest. The review shall take account of the experience gained in relation to control and eradication of the diseases and the development of alternative control measures such as vaccines.

Article 9

Addressees

This Decision is addressed to the Member States

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

David BYRNE

Member of the Commission

ANNEX I

Disease-free status

Chapter I

Requirements for disease-free status

A.   Disease-free country

A Member State shall be considered free of a disease if none of the susceptible species are present or if it meets the conditions in point 1 or 2 below.

If a Member State shares a water catchment area with one or more other Member States, it can only be declared a disease-free country if all the shared water catchment areas are declared disease-free zones in both Member States.

1.

A Member State where there has not been any observed occurrence of the disease for at least the past 25 years despite conditions that are conducive to its clinical expression may be considered disease-free if

1.1.

basic disease security conditions have been in place continuously for at least the previous 10 years. The basic disease security conditions should as a minimum consist of:

(a)

the disease is compulsorily notifiable to the competent authority, including notification of suspicion;

(b)

an early detection system ensuring the rapid recognition of signs suspicious of a disease, or an emerging disease situation, or unexplained mortality, in aquatic animals in an aquaculture establishment or in the wild, and the rapid communication of the event to the competent authority, with the aim to activate diagnostic investigation with minimal delay, is in place within the country enabling the competent authority to undertake effective disease investigation and reporting, including access to laboratories capable of diagnosing and differentiating relevant diseases, and training of veterinarians or fish health specialists in detecting and reporting unusual disease occurrence. Such an early detection system must at least include the following:

(i)

broad awareness, e.g. among the personnel employed at aquaculture establishments or involved in processing, of the characteristic signs of the listed diseases;

(ii)

veterinarians or aquatic animal health specialists trained in recognising and reporting suspicious disease occurrence;

(iii)

ability of the competent authority to undertake rapid and effective disease investigation;

(iv)

access by the competent authority to laboratories with the facilities for diagnosing and differentiating listed and emerging diseases

1.2.

infection is not known to be established in wild populations;

1.3.

conditions applied to trade and imports to prevent the introduction of the disease into the Member State are in place.

2.

A Member State where the last known clinical occurrence was within the past 25 years or where the infection status prior to targeted surveillance was unknown, for example because of the absence of conditions conducive to clinical expression, may be considered free from the disease if:

2.1.

it meets basic disease security conditions as described in point 1.1; and

2.2.

targeted surveillance has been in place for at least the past two years in aquaculture establishments holding any of the susceptible species without detection of the disease agent. If there are areas of the country in which surveillance in aquaculture establishments only, does not give sufficient epidemiological data (where the number of aquaculture establishments are limited), but in which there are wild populations of any of the susceptible species, those wild populations must be included in the targeted surveillance. The sampling methods and sample sizes should be at least equivalent to those laid down in Decision 2001/183/EC or in the relevant chapters of the OIE International Aquatic Animal Health Code and OIE Manual of Diagnostic Tests for Aquatic Animals. The diagnostic methods should be at least equivalent to those laid down in the relevant chapters of the OIE Manual for diagnostic tests in aquatic animals.

B.   Disease-free zone

A disease-free zone may be established within the territory of one Member State of infected or unknown status for a disease, if none of the susceptible species are present in the zone, or if the zone meets the conditions referred to in point 1 or 2 below.

Such disease-free zones must comprise: one or more entire water-catchment area(s) from the sources of the waterways to the sea, or part of a catchment area from the source(s) to a natural or artificial barrier that prevents the upward migration of fish from lower stretches of the waterway. Such zones must be clearly delineated on a map of the territory of the country concerned by the competent authority.

If a water-catchment area extends over more than one Member State, it can only be declared a disease-free zone if the conditions outlined below apply to all areas of the zone. Both Member States concerned should apply for approval of the zone.

1.

A zone where there has not been any observed occurrence of the disease for at least the past 25 years despite conditions that are conducive to its clinical expression may be considered free if:

1.1.

basic disease security conditions have been in place continuously for at least the previous 10 years. The basic disease security conditions should as a minimum consist of:

(a)

the disease is compulsorily notifiable to the competent authority, including notification of suspicion;

(b)

an early detection system ensuring the rapid recognition of signs suspicious of a disease, or an emerging disease situation, or unexplained mortality, in aquatic animals in an aquaculture establishment or in the wild, and the rapid communication of the event to the competent authority, with the aim to activate diagnostic investigation with minimal delay, is in place within the country enabling the competent authority to undertake effective disease investigation and reporting, including access to laboratories capable of diagnosing and differentiating relevant diseases, and training of veterinarians or fish health specialists in detecting and reporting unusual disease occurrence. Such an early detection system must at least include the following:

(i)

broad awareness, e.g. among the personnel employed at aquaculture establishments or involved in processing, of the characteristic signs of the listed diseases;

(ii)

veterinarians or aquatic animal health specialists trained in recognising and reporting suspicious disease occurrence;

(iii)

ability of the competent authority to undertake rapid and effective disease investigation;

(iv)

access by the competent authority to laboratories with the facilities for diagnosing and differentiating listed and emerging diseases

1.2.

infection is not known to be established in wild populations;

1.3.

conditions applied to trade and imports to prevent the introduction of the disease into the zone are in place.

2.

A zone where the last known clinical occurrence was within the past 25 years or where the infection status prior to targeted surveillance was unknown, for example because of the absence of conditions conducive to clinical expression, may be considered free from the disease if:

2.1.

it meets basic disease security conditions as described in point 1.1;

2.2.

targeted surveillance has been in place for at least the past two years in aquaculture establishments holding any of the susceptible species without detection of the disease agent. If surveillance in aquaculture establishments only, does not give sufficient epidemiological data (where the number of aquaculture establishments are limited), but in which there are wild populations of any of the susceptible species, those wild populations must be included in the targeted surveillance. The sampling methods and sample sizes should be at least equivalent to those laid down in Decision 2001/183/EC or in the relevant chapters of the OIE International Aquatic Animal Health Code and OIE Manual of Diagnostic Tests for Aquatic Animals. The diagnostic methods should be at least equivalent to those laid down in the relevant chapters of the OIE Manual for diagnostic tests in aquatic animals.

Chapter II

Territories with approved freedom of certain diseases referred to in Column 1, List III of Annex A to Council Directive 91/67/EEC

Disease

Member State

Territory or parts of territory

Spring viraemia of carp (SVC)

Denmark

Whole territory

Finland

Whole territory; the water catchment area of River Vuoksi should be considered as buffer zone.

Ireland

Whole territory

Sweden

Whole territory

United Kingdom

The territories of Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man Jersey, and Guernsey

Bacterial kidney disease (BKD)

Ireland

Whole territory

United Kingdom

The territories of Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man, and Jersey

Infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (IPN)

Finland

The continental parts of the territory; the water catchment areas of River Vuoksi and River Kemijoki should be considered as buffer zones.

Sweden

Whole territory

United Kingdom

The territory of The Isle of Man

Infection with Gyrodactylus salaris

Finland

The water catchment areas of Tenojoki and Näätämönjoki; the water catchment areas of Paatsjoki, Luttojoki, and Uutuanjoki are considered as buffer zones.

Ireland

The whole territory

United Kingdom

The territories of Great Britain, Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey.

ANNEX II

Control and eradication programmes

Chapter I

Minimum criteria to be applied in a programme aimed at control and eradication of certain diseases referred to in Column 1, List III of Annex A to Directive 91/67/EEC

A.   The minimum criteria to be applied by the Member State under an approved control and eradication programme are

1.   The disease must be compulsorily notifiable to the competent authority, including notification of suspicion.

2.   An early detection system ensuring the rapid recognition of signs suspicious of the disease in question, in aquatic animals in an aquaculture establishment or in the wild, and the rapid communication of the event to the competent authority, with the aim to activate diagnostic investigation with minimal delay must be in place enabling the competent authority to undertake effective disease investigation and reporting, including access to laboratories capable of diagnosing and differentiating relevant diseases, and training of veterinarians or fish health specialists in detecting and reporting unusual disease occurrence. Such an early detection system must at least include the following:

2.1.   broad awareness, e.g. among the personnel employed at aquaculture establishments or involved in processing, of the characteristic signs of the listed diseases;

2.2.   veterinarians or aquatic animal health specialists trained in recognising and reporting suspicious disease occurrence;

2.3.   ability of the competent authority to undertake rapid and effective disease investigation;

2.4.   access by the competent authority to laboratories with the facilities for diagnosing and differentiating the disease in question.

3.   Conditions to trade and imports to prevent the introduction of the disease into the Member State must be in place.

4.   Targeted surveillance must been in place in aquaculture establishments holding any of the susceptible species. If there are areas of the country in which surveillance in aquaculture establishments only, does not give sufficient epidemiological data (where the number of aquaculture establishments are limited), but in which there are wild populations of any of the susceptible species, those wild populations must be included in the targeted surveillance. The sampling methods and sample sizes should be at least equivalent to those laid down in Decision 2001/183/EC or in the relevant chapters of the OIE International Aquatic Animal Health Code and OIE Manual of Diagnostic Tests for Aquatic Animals. The diagnostic methods should be at least equivalent to those laid down in the relevant chapters of the OIE Manual for diagnostic tests in aquatic animals.

5.   The control and eradication programme should continue until the requirements in Annex I have been fulfilled, and the Member State or parts thereof could be considered free of the disease.

6.   Before 1 May each year submit a report to the Commission giving information on the number of suspicions, the number of confirmations, the number of farms and sites under restrictions, the number of restrictions lifted and the result of any active surveillance performed the previous calendar year according to the following table.

Member State and disease

 

Number of suspicions

 

Number of confirmations

 

Number of farms and sites under restrictions

 

The number of restrictions lifted

 

How many farms and fish/pools of fish have been sampled

 

How many wild fish/pools of fish have been sampled from which water catchment areas

 

Result of sampling

 

B.   In the case of suspicion of a disease the official service in the Member States shall ensure that:

1.   Appropriate samples are taken for examinations with a view of establish the presence of the pathogen in question.

2.   Pending the result of the examination referred to in point 1, the competent authority shall place the farm under official surveillance and relevant control measures must be implemented and no fish should leave the affected farm, unless authorised by the official service.

3.   If the examination referred to in point 1 show the presence of a pathogen or clinical signs, an epizootic investigation must be carried out by the official service in order to determine the possible means of contamination and to investigate whether fish have left the farm, during the relevant period preceding observation of the suspicion.

4.   If the epizootic investigation shows that the disease has been introduced into one or more farms or unenclosed waters the provisions of point 1 shall apply in these areas and;

4.1.   all of the farms situated in the same water catchment area or coastal area be placed under official surveillance,

4.2.   no fish, eggs or gametes leave these farms without the authorisation of the official service.

5.   In the case of extensive water catchment areas or coastal areas, the official service may decide to limit this measure to a less extensive area close to the farm suspected of being infected, if it considers that this area affords maximum guarantees for the prevention of the spread of the disease.

C.   In case of confirmation of the disease, the Member States shall ensure that

1.   The farm or site containing the infected fish is immediately placed under restrictions and no live fish is moved into the premises, and no fish is moved out of the farm unless authorised by the official services in the Member State.

2.   The restrictions shall be maintained until eradication has been achieved either through the requirements in 2.1 or 2.2 below:

2.1.   Immediate withdrawal of all stock by

(a)

slaughter of all live fish under the supervision of the official service or, in the case of fish which have reached commercial size and show no clinical sign of disease, slaughter under the supervision of the official service for marketing or processing for human consumption. In the latter case, the official service shall ensure that the fish are immediately slaughtered and gutted, that these operations are carried out in conditions such as to prevent the spread of pathogens. The Member State may on a case by case basis, taking into consideration the risk of spreading the disease to other farms or to the wild population, allow fish which have not yet reached commercial size to be kept at the farm until market size is reached; and

(b)

fallowing of the farm or site (and where appropriate disinfection) for an appropriate period following withdrawal, taking into consideration Section 1.7 of the most current edition of the OIE International Aquatic Animal Health Code.

2.2.   Progressive measures to clear infection by careful management of infected farms or sites by

(a)

removal and destruction of dead fish and fish displaying clinical signs of disease, harvesting fish not displaying clinical signs of disease, until each epidemiological unit affected by disease within the site is emptied of fish and disinfected; or

(b)

removal and destruction of dead fish and fish displaying clinical signs of disease, in the case of sites where withdrawal and/or disinfection may not be possible because of the nature of the site (e.g. a river system or extensive lake).

3.   To facilitate a swift and rapid eradication of the disease from infected premises, the competent authority of the Member State may allow fish not displaying clinical signs of disease to be transported — under the supervision of the competent authority — to other farms or areas within the Member State in question that is not covered by disease-free status or an approved control and eradication programme.

4.   Fish removed and disposed of as a consequence of the action in paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2 must be disposed of in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.

5.   Fish used to re-stock sites must originate from certified disease-free sources.

6.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent the spreading of the disease to other farmed fish or wild stocks.

Chapter II

Territories with approved control and eradication programmes of certain diseases referred to in Column 1, List III of Annex A to Directive 91/67/EEC

Disease

Member State

Territory or parts of territory

Spring viraemia of carp

United Kingdom

The territories of Great Britain

Bacterial kidney disease

Finland

The continental parts of the territory.

Sweden

The continental parts of the territory.

United Kingdom

The territories of Great Britain

ANNEX III

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ANNEX IV

Explanatory notes for the movement document and labelling

(a)

The movement documents shall be produced by the competent authorities of the Member State of origin, based on the model appearing in Annex I to this Decision taking into account the species of the consignment and the status of the place of destination.

(b)

The original of each movement document shall consist of a single page, double-sided, or, where more than one page is required, it shall be in such a form that all pages form part of an integrated whole and are indivisible.

It shall, on the right hand side of the top of each page, be marked as “original” and bear a specific code number issued by the competent authority. All pages of the movement document shall be numbered — (page number) of (total number of pages).

(c)

The original of the movement document and the labels referred to in the model movement document shall be drawn up in at least one official language of the Member State of destination. However, Member States may allow other languages, if necessary, accompanied by an official translation.

(d)

The original of the movement document must be completed, on the day of loading of the consignment, with an official stamp and signed by an official inspector designated by the competent authority. In doing so, the competent authority of the Member State of origin shall ensure that the principles of certification equivalent to those laid down in Council Directive 96/93/EC are followed.

The stamp, unless embossed, and the signature shall be in a colour different to that of the printing.

(e)

If for reasons of identification of the items of the consignment, additional pages are attached to the movement document, these pages shall be considered as forming part of the original and be signed and stamped by the certifying official inspector on each page.

(f)

The original of the movement document must accompany the consignment until it reaches the place of destination.

(g)

The movement document shall be valid for 10 days from the date of issue. In the case of transport by ship, the time of validity is prolonged by the time of journey at sea.

(h)

The aquatic animals, their eggs and gametes, shall not be transported together with other aquatic animals or their eggs and gametes that are of a lower health status. Furthermore, they must not be transported under any other conditions that alter their health status or could jeopardise the health status at the place of destination.

ANNEX V

Minimum criteria to be applied to maintain additional guarantees for certain diseases referred to in Column 1, List III of Annex A to Directive 91/67/EEC, according to Articles 12 and 13 of that Directive

A.   In order to maintain additional guarantees granted, the Member States must as a minimum comply with the following criteria:

1.

The disease must be compulsorily notifiable to the competent authority, including notification of suspicion.

2.

All farms having species susceptible to the disease, to which the Member State has been granted free status, must be under the supervision of the competent authority.

3.

An early detection system ensuring the rapid recognition of signs suspicious of the disease in question, in aquatic animals in an aquaculture establishment or in the wild, and the rapid communication of the event to the competent authority, with the aim to activate diagnostic investigation with minimal delay must be in place enabling the competent authority to undertake effective disease investigation and reporting, including access to laboratories capable of diagnosing and differentiating relevant diseases, and training of veterinarians or fish health specialists in detecting and reporting unusual disease occurrence. Such an early detection system must at least include the following:

3.1.

broad awareness, e.g. among the personnel employed at aquaculture establishments or involved in processing, of the characteristic signs of the listed diseases;

3.2.

veterinarians or aquatic animal health specialists trained in recognising and reporting suspicious disease occurrence;

3.3.

ability of the competent authority to undertake rapid and effective disease investigation;

3.4.

access by the competent authority to laboratories with the facilities for diagnosing and differentiating the disease in question.

4.

Conditions to trade and imports as well as management of wild fish stocks of the susceptible species, to prevent the introduction of the disease in question into the Member State or parts thereof covered by this Decision must be in place. Fish originating in coastal zones should not be introduced into continental zones, unless authorised by the competent authority of the Member State of destination.

5.

In Member States where only parts of territory is declared free according to Annex I, Chapter II (not whole territory is declared free), targeted surveillance must been maintained in accordance with the provisions of Annex II, Chapter I.4 in the areas declared free.

6.

Live aquaculture fish, eggs and gametes introduced into the territories listed in Annex I Chapter II, or Annex II Chapter II, shall be transported under conditions not altering their health status and not jeopardising the health status at the place of destination. The transport shall take place in water considered free from the disease in question as it is taken from the water source of the farm or site of origin, and that water exchange during transport is done only at places authorised by the competent authority of the Member State of destination, where appropriate in collaboration with the competent authority of the Member State of origin.

7.

Vaccination against the disease in question shall not take place.

8.

Before 1 May each year submit a report to the Commission giving information on the number of suspicions, the number confirmations, the number of farms and sites under restrictions, the number of restrictions lifted and the result of any active surveillance performed the previous calendar year according to the following table.

Member State and disease

 

Number of suspicions

 

Number of suspicions

 

Number of farms and sites under restrictions

 

The number of restrictions lifted

 

How many farms and fish/pools of fish have been sampled

 

How many wild fish/pools of fish have been sampled from which water catchment areas

 

Result of sampling

 

B.   In the case of suspicion of a disease the official service in the Member States shall ensure that:

1.

Appropriate samples are taken for examinations with a view of establish the presence of the pathogen in question.

2.

Pending the result of the examination referred to in point 1, the competent authority shall place the farm under official surveillance and relevant control measures must be implemented and no fish should leave the affected farm, unless authorised by the official service.

3.

If the examination referred to in point 1 show the presence of a pathogen or clinical signs, an epizootic investigation must be carried out by the official service in order to determine the possible means of contamination and to investigate whether fish have left the farm, during the relevant period preceding observation of the suspicion.

4.

If the epizootic investigation shows that the disease has been introduced into one or more farms or unenclosed waters the provisions of point 1 shall apply in these areas and;

4.1.

all of the farms situated in the same water catchment area or coastal area be placed under official surveillance,

4.2.

no fish, eggs or gametes leave these farms without the authorisation of the official service.

5.

In the case of extensive water catchment areas or coastal areas, the official service may decide to limit this measure to a less extensive area close to the farm suspected of being infected, if it considers that this area affords maximum guarantees for the prevention of the spread of the disease.

C.   In case of confirmation of the disease, the Member States shall ensure that

1.

The farm or site containing the infected fish is immediately placed under restrictions and no live fish is moved into the premises, and no fish is moved out of the farm unless authorised by the official services in the Member State.

2.

The restrictions shall be maintained until eradication has been achieved either through the requirements in 2.1 or 2.2 below:

2.1.

Immediate withdrawal of all stock from a farm by

(a)

slaughter of all live fish under the supervision of the official service or, in the case of fish which have reached commercial size and show no clinical sign of disease, slaughter under the supervision of the official service for marketing or processing for human consumption. In the latter case, the official service shall ensure that the fish are immediately slaughtered and gutted, that these operations are carried out in conditions such as to prevent the spread of pathogens. The Member State may on a case by case basis, taking into consideration the risk of spreading the disease to other farms or to the wild population, allow fish which have not yet reached commercial size to be kept at the farm until market size is reached; and

(b)

fallowing, and where appropriate disinfection, of the farm or site for an appropriate period following withdrawal, taking into consideration Section 1.7 of the most current edition of the OIE International Aquatic Animal Health Code.

2.2.

Progressive measures to clear infection by careful management of infected farms or waters by

(a)

removal and destruction of dead fish and fish displaying clinical signs of disease, harvesting fish not displaying clinical signs of disease, until each epidemiological unit affected by disease within the site is emptied of fish and disinfected; or

(b)

removal and destruction of dead fish and fish displaying clinical signs of disease, in the case of sites where withdrawal and/or disinfection may not be possible because of the nature of the site (e.g. a river system or extensive lake).

3.

To facilitate a swift and rapid eradication of the disease from infected premises, the competent authority of the Member State may allow fish not displaying clinical signs of disease to be transported — under the supervision of the competent authority — to other farms or areas within the Member State in question that is not covered by disease-free status or an approved control and eradication programme.

4.

Fish removed and disposed of as a consequence of the action in paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2 must be disposed of in accordance with Regulation 1774/2002.

5.

Fish used to re-stock sites must originate from certified disease-free sources.

6.

Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent the spreading of the disease to other farmed fish or wild stocks.

7.

When the Member State has eradicated the disease from a continental farm according to Point C 2.1 of this Annex, and the epizootic investigations required in Point B 3 of this Annex concludes that the disease has not spread to other farms or into the wild, disease-free status is reinstated immediately. Otherwise, the disease-free status could only be reinstated after compliance with Annex I.’


(1)  OJ L 46, 19.2.1991, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 (OJ L 122, 16.5.2003 p. 1).

(2)  OJ L 224, 18.8.1990, p. 24. Directive as last amended by Directive 2002/33/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 315, 19.11.2002, p. 14).

(3)  OJ L 68, 15.3.1973, p. 1. Regulation as amended by Regulation (EEC) No 1274/86 (OJ L 107, 24.4.1986, p. 1).

(4)  OJ L 16, 25.1.1993, p. 53. Decision amended by Decision 94/865/EC (OJ L 352, 31.12.1994, p. 75).

(5)  OJ L 177, 16.7.2003, p. 22.


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/20


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/454/EC of 29 April 2004 amending Annexes I, II and III to Decision 2003/858/EC laying down the animal health conditions and certification requirements for imports of live fish, their eggs and gametes intended for farming, and live fish of aquaculture origin and products thereof intended for human consumption

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/454/EC should read as follows:

‘COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

amending Annexes I, II and III to Decision 2003/858/EC laying down the animal health conditions and certification requirements for imports of live fish, their eggs and gametes intended for farming, and live fish of aquaculture origin and products thereof intended for human consumption

(notified under document number C(2004) 1680)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/454/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Directive 91/67/EEC of 28 January 1991 concerning the animal health conditions governing the placing on the market of aquaculture animals and products (1), and in particular Article 20(1) and Article 21(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Decision 2003/858/EC (2) lays down the specific animal health conditions and model certificates applicable to third countries or parts thereof from which Member States are authorised to import live fish, their eggs and gametes intended for farming, and live fish of aquaculture origin and products thereof intended for human consumption.

(2)

By Commission Decision 2004/453/EC of 29 April 2004 implementing Council Directive 91/67/EEC as regards measures against certain diseases in aquaculture animals (3) Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Sweden and the United Kingdom have been granted additional guarantees for certain diseases referred to in Annex A, Column 1, List III, to Directive 91/67/EEC.

(3)

Those guarantees should also apply when live fish is imported from third countries. Annexes I, II and III to Decision 2003/858/EC should take those additional guarantees into account and be amended accordingly.

(4)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee of the Food Chain and Animal Health,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

Decision 2003/858/EC is amended as follows:

1.

Annex I is replaced by the text in Annex I to this Decision.

2.

Annex II is replaced by the text in Annex II to this Decision.

3.

Annex III is replaced by the text in Annex III to this Decision.

Article 2

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

David BYRNE

Member of the Commission

ANNEX I

“ANNEX I

Territories from which importation of certain species of live fish, their eggs, and gametes intended for farming in the European Community (EC) are authorised

Country

Territory

Specific requirements  (4)

Comments  (5)

ISO code

Name

Code

Description

VHS

IHN

SVC

BKD

IPN

G. salaris

AL

Albania

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AU

Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BR

Brazil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BG

Bulgaria

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

CA

Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CL

Chile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

CN

China, Peoples Republic of

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CO

Colombia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

CG

Congo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

HR

Croatia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MK  (6)

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ID

Indonesia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IL

Israel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

JM

Jamaica

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

JP

Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

MY

Malaysia (Peninsular, western Malaysia only)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

NZ

New Zealand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

RU

Russian Federation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SG

Singapore

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ZA

South Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

LK

Sri Lanka

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

TW

Taiwan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TH

Thailand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carps only

TR

Turkey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

US

United States

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANNEX II

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ANNEX III

“ANNEX III

Explanatory notes

(a)

The certificates shall be produced by the competent authorities of the exporting country, based on the appropriate model appearing in Annex II, IV, or V to this Decision taking into account the use to which the fish are to be put after the arrival to the Community.

(b)

Considering the status of the place of destination as regards viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS), infectious haematopoietic necrosis (IHN), spring viraemia of carp (SVC), bacterial kidney disease (BKD), infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) and Gyrodactylus salaris (G. salaris) in the Community Member State, the appropriate specific additional requirements shall be incorporated and completed in the certificate.

(c)

The original of each certificate shall consist of a single page, double-sided, or, where more than one page is required, it shall be in such a form that all pages form part of an integrated whole and are indivisible.

It shall, on the right hand side of the top of each page, be marked as original and bear a specific code number issued by the competent authority. All pages of the certificate shall be numbered — (page number) of (total number of pages).

(d)

The original of the certificate and the labels referred to in the model certificate shall be drawn up in at least one official language of the Community Member State in which the inspection at the border post shall be carried out and of the Community Member State of destination. However, these Member States may allow other languages, if necessary, accompanied by an official translation.

(e)

The original of the certificate must be completed on the day of loading the consignment for exportation to the Community with an official stamp and signed by an official inspector designated by the competent authority. In doing so, the competent authority of the exporting country shall ensure that the principles of certification equivalent to those laid down in Directive 96/93/EC are followed

The stamp, unless embossed, and the signature shall be in a colour different to that of the printing.

(f)

If for reasons of identification of the items of the consignment, additional pages are attached to the certificate, these pages shall be considered as forming part of the original and be signed and stamped by the certifying official inspector on each page.

(g)

The original of the certificate must accompany the consignment until it reaches the Community border inspection post.

(h)

The certificate shall be valid for 10 days from the date of issue. In the case of transport by ship, the time of validity is prolonged by the time of journey at sea.

(i)

The fish, their eggs and gametes, shall not be transported together with other fish, eggs or gametes that, either are not destined to Community, or are of a lower health status. Furthermore, they must not be transported under any other conditions that alter their health status.

(j)

The possible presence of pathogens in the water is relevant for considering the health status of live fish, eggs and gametes. The certifying officer should therefore consider the following: The Place of origin should be the localisation of the farm where the fish, eggs or gametes was reared reaching their commercial size relevant for the consignment covered by this certificate.’


(1)  OJ L 46, 19.2.1991, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 (OJ L 122, 16.5.2003, p. 1).

(2)  OJ L 324, 11.12.2003, p. 37.

(3)  OJ L 156, 30.4.2004.

(4)  Insert ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ as relevant if designated farm, coastal or continental zone is approved by the central competent authority of the exporting country as a territory that fulfils the specific animal health requirements — including a non-vaccination policy — for introduction into European Community zones and farms having a Community approved programme or status, or for one or more of the diseases viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS) and infectious haematopoietic necrosis (IHN), additional guarantees for spring viraemia of carp (SVC), bacterial kidney disease (BKD, infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN), and/or Gyrodactylus salaris (G. salaris).

(5)  No limitations if left empty. If a country or territory is allowed to export only certain species and/or eggs or gametes, the species should be specified and/or a comment with for example ‘eggs only’ shall be inserted in this column.

(6)  Provisional code that does not affect the definitive denomination of the country to be attributed after the conclusion of the negotiations currently taking place in the United Nations.’


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/31


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/455/EC of 29 April 2004 adapting Decision 2003/322/EC implementing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 as regards the feeding of certain necrophagous birds with certain Category 1 materials by reason of the accession of Cyprus

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/455/EC should read as follows:

COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

adapting Decision 2003/322/EC implementing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the feeding of certain necrophagous birds with certain Category 1 materials by reason of the accession of Cyprus

(notified under document number C(2004) 1682)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/455/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia, and in particular Article 2(3) thereof,

Having regard to the Act of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia, and in particular Article 57(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

For certain acts which remain valid beyond 1 May 2004 and require adaptation by reason of accession, the necessary adaptations were not provided for in the 2003 Act of Accession, or were provided for but need further adaptations. All these adaptations need to be adopted before accession so as to be applicable as from accession.

(2)

Pursuant to Article 57(2) of the Act of Accession, such adaptations are to be adopted by the Commission in all cases where the Commission adopted the original act.

(3)

Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption (1) provides the possibility for Member States to authorise the feeding of endangered or protected species of necrophagous birds with certain Category 1 material by derogation to the restrictions applicable to the use of animal by-products laid down in that Regulation.

(4)

Commission Decision 2003/322/EC (2) lists the Member States authorised to make use of that possibility, the species of necrophagous birds which may be fed with the Category 1 material, and the implementing rules under which the feeding may take place.

(5)

Cyprus has submitted a request for the authorisation of feeding certain species of necrophagous birds with certain Category 1 material and has submitted satisfactory information concerning the occurrence of those species on its territory as well as on the safety measures to be applied when feeding Category 1 animal by-products to those birds.

(6)

Decision 2003/322/EC should therefore be amended accordingly.

(7)

The Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health has been informed of the measures provided for in this Decision,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

Decision 2003/322/EC is amended as follows:

1.

Article 1 is replaced by the following:

‘Article 1

Implementing rules on the feeding of necrophagous birds with Category 1 material

Pursuant to Article 23(2)(d) of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus and Portugal may authorise the use of entire bodies of dead animals which may contain specified risk material as referred to in Article 4(1)(b)(ii) of that Regulation for the feeding of the endangered or protected species of necrophagous birds as set out in Part A of the Annex to this Decision.’

2.

Article 4 is replaced by the following:

‘Article 4

Compliance by Member States

Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus and Portugal shall immediately take the necessary measures to comply with this Decision and shall publish those measures. They shall immediately inform the Commission thereof.’

3.

Article 6 is replaced by the following:

‘Article 6

Addressees

This Decision is addressed to the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus and the Portuguese Republic.’

4.

In the Annex, in Part A, the following point (f) is added:

‘(f)

In the case of Cyprus: black vulture (Aegypius monachus) and griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus).’

Article 2

This Decision shall apply subject to and as from the date of the entry into force of the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia.

Article 3

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

David BYRNE

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 273, 10.10.2002, p. 1. Regulation as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 808/2003 (OJ L 117, 13.5.2003, p. 1).

(2)  OJ L 117, 13.5.2003, p. 32.


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/33


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/456/EC of 29 April 2004 amending Decision 2002/613/EC as regards the approved porcine semen collection centres of Canada

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/456/EC should read as follows:

COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

amending Decision 2002/613/EC as regards the approved porcine semen collection centres of Canada

(notified under document number C(2004) 1687)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/456/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Directive 90/429/EEC of 26 June 1990 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of semen of domestic animals of the porcine species (1) and in particular Article 8(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Decision 2002/613/EC of 19 July 2002 laying down the importation conditions of semen of domestic animals of the porcine species (2) establishes a list of third countries, including Canada, from which Member States are to authorise the importation of semen of domestic animals of the porcine species.

(2)

Canada has requested that amendments be made to the list of semen collection centres approved in accordance with Decision 2002/613/EC as regards entries for that country.

(3)

Canada has provided guarantees regarding compliance with the appropriate rules set out in Directive 90/429/EEC and the new centre to be added to the list has been officially approved for exports to the Community by the veterinary services of that country.

(4)

Decision 2002/613/EC should therefore be amended accordingly.

(5)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on Food Chain and Animal Health,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

Annex V to Decision 2002/613/EC is amended in accordance with the Annex to this Decision.

Article 2

This Decision shall apply from the third day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Article 3

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

David BYRNE

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

In Annex V to Decision 2002/613/EC, the list for Canada is amended as follows:

(a)

The following row for the centre No 4-AI-02 is deleted:

CA

4-AI-02

Centre d'insémination porcin du Québec (CIPQ)

1486 rang St-André

Saint-Lambert, Québec

(b)

The following row for the centre No 4-AI-24 is deleted:

CA

4-AI-24

Centre d'insémination C-Prim

2, Chemin Saint-Gabriel

Saint-Gabriel de Brandon, Québec

(c)

The following row is added:

CA

7-AI-96

Hypor

Box 323

Ituna, Saskatchewan S0A 1V0


(1)  OJ L 224, 18.8.1990, p. 62. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 (OJ L 122, 16.5.2003, p. 1).

(2)  OJ L 196, 25.7.2002, p. 45. Decision as last amended by Decision 2004/52/EC (OJ L 10, 16.1.2004, p. 67).


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/35


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/457/EC of 29 April 2004 excluding from Community financing certain expenditure incurred by the Member States under the Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF)

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/457/EC should read as follows:

COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

excluding from Community financing certain expenditure incurred by the Member States under the Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF)

(notified under document number C(2004) 1706)

(Only the Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish texts are authentic)

(2004/457/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EEC) No 729/70 of the Council of 21 April 1970 on the financing of the common agricultural policy (1), and in particular Article 5(2)(c) thereof,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 1258/1999 of 17 May 1999 on the financing of the common agricultural policy (2), and in particular Article 7(4) thereof,

Having consulted the Fund Committee,

Whereas:

(1)

Article 5 of Regulation (EEC) No 729/70, Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No 1258/1999, and Article 8(1) and (2) of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1663/95 of 7 July 1995 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EEC) No 729/70 regarding the procedure for the clearance of the accounts of the EAGGF Guarantee Section (3), provide that the Commission is to make the necessary verifications, inform the Member States of its findings, take account of the Member States' comments, initiate bilateral discussions and then formally communicate its conclusions to the Member States, referring to Commission Decision 94/442/EC of 1 July 1994 setting up a conciliation procedure in the context of the clearance of the accounts of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF) Guarantee Section (4).

(2)

The Member States have had an opportunity to request that a conciliation procedure be initiated. That opportunity has been used in some cases and the report issued on the outcome has been examined by the Commission.

(3)

Pursuant to Articles 2 and 3 of Regulation (EEC) No 729/70 and Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1258/1999, only refunds on exports to third countries and intervention to stabilise agricultural markets, respectively granted and undertaken according to Community rules within the framework of the common organisation of the agricultural markets, may be financed.

(4)

In the light of the checks carried out, the outcome of the bilateral discussions and the conciliation procedures, part of the expenditure declared by the Member States does not fulfil these requirements and cannot, therefore, be financed under the EAGGF Guarantee Section.

(5)

The amounts that are not recognised as being chargeable to the EAGGF Guarantee Section should be indicated. Those amounts do not relate to expenditure incurred more than 24 months before the Commission's written notification of the results of the checks to the Member States.

(6)

As regards the cases covered by this Decision, the assessment of the amounts to be excluded on grounds of non-compliance with Community rules was notified by the Commission to the Member States in a summary report on the subject.

(7)

This Decision is without prejudice to any financial conclusions that the Commission may draw from the judgments of the Court of Justice in cases pending on 31 January 2004 and relating to its content,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

The expenditure itemised in the Annex hereto that has been incurred by the Member States' accredited paying agencies and declared under the EAGGF Guarantee Section shall be excluded from Community financing because it does not comply with Community rules.

Article 2

This Decision is addressed to the Kingdom of Belgium, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Portuguese Republic and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

Franz FISCHLER

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

Table of corrections

Sector

Member State

Budget item

Reason

Nat. Currency

Expenditure to exclude from financing

Deductions already made

Financial impact of this Decision

 

Fruit & vegetables

BE

1502

Ad hoc correction

EUR

637 388,15

 

637 388,15

2000-2002

 

Total BE

 

 

 

637 388,15

0,00

637 388,15

 

Fruit & vegetables

ES

1501

Ad hoc correction — failure to deliver contracted quantities

EUR

5 253 601,00

 

5 253 601,00

1999

Fruit & vegetables

ES

1515

Correction — infringement of Regulations (EC) No 2202/96 and (EC) No 1169/97 — application of penalties

EUR

40 765,86

 

40 765,86

2000-2001

Public storage

ES

3100

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in controls: aid for the most deprived persons

EUR

2 949 742,00

 

2 949 742,00

1999-2001

Arable crops

ES

1040-1062, 1310, 2120-2128

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in secondary controls

EUR

2 314 888,00

 

2 314 888,00

1999-2001

 

Total ES

 

 

 

10 558 996,86

0,00

10 558 996,86

 

Fruit & vegetables

FR

1508

Flat-rate correction of 10 % — absence of key controls/compensatory aid for bananas

EUR

20 809 485,00

 

20 809 485,00

1999-2001

Fruit & vegetables

FR

1508

Ad hoc correction of 1,01 % — infringement of Regulation (EC) No 404/93 — compensatory aid for bananas marketed

EUR

3 469 655,00

 

3 469 655,00

1999-2002

Public storage

FR

3100

Flat-rate correction of 10 % — absence of a key control and 2 % — shortcomings in secondary controls: rice, skimmed milk, cereals

EUR

6 206 612,00

 

6 206 612,00

1999-2000

Arable crops

FR

1040-1062

Ad hoc correction — shortcomings in key controls on area eligible for direct payments

EUR

27 678 616,00

 

27 678 616,00

1999-2001

 

Total FR

 

 

 

58 164 368,00

0,00

58 164 368,00

 

Financial audit

DE

4100-4115

Financial correction — certification of accounts

EUR

73 919,00

73 919,00

0,00

2001

 

Total DE

 

 

 

73 919,00

73 919,00

0,00

 

Fruit & vegetables

GR

1509

Exclusion from financing beyond the triennial programme

EUR

1 140 867,35

 

1 140 867,35

1999-2001

Fruit & vegetables

GR

1512

Correction — failure to pay the minimum price to producers

EUR

650 549,56

 

650 549,56

2001

Public storage

GR

3100

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in controls: aid for the most deprived persons

EUR

669 839,00

 

669 839,00

1998-2001

Public storage

GR

1851-1854, 3100

Flat-rate correction of 5 % — shortcomings in key controls and late deliveries: rice

EUR

2 510 456,73

 

2 510 456,73

1999-2001,1999

 

Total GR

 

 

 

4 971 712,64

0,00

4 971 712,64

 

Public storage

IT

3100

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in controls: rice

EUR

2 758 501,00

 

2 758 501,00

1999-2001

Rural development

IT

4010-4017

Correction — infringement of Regulation (EC) No 2075/2000: young farmers

EUR

19 058 682,00

 

19 058 682,00

2000-2001

 

Total IT

 

 

 

21 817 183,00

0,00

21 817 183,00

 

Fruit & vegetables

UK

1502

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in key and secondary controls

GBP

218 982,84

 

218 982,84

2000

L'stock premiums

UK

2220-2221, 3900

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in controls

GBP

2 505 130,93

 

2 505 130,93

2000-2001

Arable crops

UK

1040-1060

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in on-the-spot checks

GBP

11 484 350,00

 

11 484 350,00

2002

 

Total UK

 

 

 

14 208 463,77

0,00

14 208 463,77

 

Fruit & vegetables

NL

1502

Correction — expenditure above the flat rate of 2 %

EUR

78 314,00

 

78 314,00

2001-2002

L'stock premiums

NL

2120-2128

Flat-rate correction of 10 % — shortcomings in key controls

EUR

1 037 614,45

 

1 037 614,45

2002-2003

 

Total NL

 

 

 

1 115 928,45

0,00

1 115 928,45

 

Public storage

PT

3100

Flat-rate correction of 2 % — shortcomings in controls: aid for the most deprived persons

EUR

1 338 381,00

 

1 338 381,00

1998-2001

 

Total PT

 

 

 

1 338 381,00

0,00

1 338 381,00

 


(1)  OJ L 94, 28.4.1970, p. 13. Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1287/95 (OJ L 125, 8.6.1995, p. 1).

(2)  OJ L 160, 26.6.1999, p. 103.

(3)  OJ L 158, 8.7.1995, p. 6. Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 2025/2001 (OJ L 274, 17.10.2001, p. 3).

(4)  OJ L 182, 16.7.1994, p. 45. Decision as last amended by Decision 2001/535/EC (OJ L 193, 17.7.2001, p. 25).


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/39


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/458/EC of 29 April 2004 amending Appendix B to Annex XII to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat, milk and fish sectors in Poland in the list of establishments in transition

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/458/EC should read as follows:

‘COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

amending Appendix B to Annex XII to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat, milk and fish sectors in Poland in the list of establishments in transition

(notified under document number C(2004) 1709)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/458/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (1), and in particular Article 2(3) thereof,

Having regard to the Act of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (2), and in particular Annex XII, Chapter 6, Section B, subsection I, point 1(e) thereto,

Whereas:

(1)

Annex XII, Chapter 6, Section B, subsection I, point 1(a) to the 2003 Act of Accession provides that the structural requirements laid down in Annex I to Council Directive 64/433/EEC of 26 June 1964 on health problems affecting intra-Community trade in fresh meat (3), in Annex I to Council Directive 71/118/EEC of 15 February 1971 on health problems affecting trade in fresh poultrymeat (4), in Annexes A and B to Council Directive 77/99/EEC of 21 December 1976 on health problems affecting intra-Community trade in meat products (5), in Annex I to Council Directive 94/65/EC of 14 December 1994 laying down the requirements for the production and placing on the market of minced meat and meat preparations (6), in Annex B to Council Directive 92/46/EEC of 16 June 1992 laying down the health rules for the production and placing on the market of raw milk, heat-treated milk and milk-based products (7) and in the Annex to Council Directive 91/493/EEC of 22 July 1991 laying down the health conditions for the production and the placing on the market of fishery products (8) are not to apply to establishments in Poland listed in Appendix B to Annex XII to the Act of Accession until 31 December 2006, subject to certain conditions.

(2)

In Poland, 200 more high-capacity meat establishments, 35 more milk-processing establishments and 24 more fish-processing establishments have difficulties in complying with the structural requirements laid down in Annex I to Directive 64/433/EEC, in Annex I to Directive 71/118/EEC, in Annexes A and B to Directive 77/99/EEC, in Annex I to Directive 94/65/EC, in Annex B to Directive 92/46/EEC and in the Annex to Directive 91/493/EEC, by 1 May 2004.

(3)

Accordingly those 259 establishments need time to finalize their upgrading process in order to be in full compliance with the relevant structural requirements laid down in Directives 64/433/EEC, 71/118/EEC, 77/99/EEC, 94/65/EC, 92/46/EEC and 91/493/EEC.

(4)

The 259 establishments, which are currently in an advanced state of upgrading, have given reliable guarantees that they have the necessary funds to correct their remaining shortcomings within a short time and have received a favourable opinion from the Polish General Veterinary Inspectorate, as regards the finalisation of their upgrading process.

(5)

For Poland, the detailed information regarding the shortcomings for each establishment is available.

(6)

In order to facilitate the transition from the existing regime in Poland to that resulting from the application of the Community veterinary legislation, it is justified therefore upon the request of Poland, to grant the 259 establishments a transitional period.

(7)

Due to the advanced stage of upgrading of the 259 establishments, the transitional period should be limited to a maximum of 12 months.

(8)

The Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health has been informed of the measures provided for in this Decision.

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

1.   The establishments listed in the Annex to this Decision are added to the Appendix B referred to in Chapter 6, Section B, Subsection I, point 1(a) to Annex XII to the 2003 Act of Accession.

2.   For the establishments listed in the Annex, the rules foreseen in Annex XII, Chapter 6, Section B, Subsection I, point 1(b) to the Act of Accession are applicable.

Article 2

This Decision shall apply subject to and as from the date of the entry into force of the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia.

Article 3

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

David BYRNE

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

Meat, milk and fish establishments in transition

Part 1

No

Veterinary approval number

Name and address of establishment

Sector: Meat

Date of compliance

Activity of the establishments

Fresh meat, slaughter, cutting

Meat productse

Minced meat, meat preparation

Cold store

1.

02010202

Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno.Handlowo . Usługowe AD . POL, sp. j.,

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

2.

02190117

Rolmeks, Spółka z o.o. ul. Kwiatowa 19 58.130 Żarów, Buków

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

3.

04090202

Z.P.M. ‘.Bolan’ Bolesław Wojtasik

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

4.

04140307

Przedsiębiorstwo Rolno .Drobiarskie ‘Sawdrob’ w Gródku Z. P. M Ubojnia Drobiu w Osiu

x

 

x

 

31.10.2004

5.

04090203

Przedsiębiorstwo Rolno.Przemysłowe, Spółka z o.o. w Rzadkwinie

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

6.

04050204

P.P.H.U. Irex, Irena Jasinska

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

7.

04090105

P.P.M. Marwoj, sp. j., Mielcarek.Przybylski

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

8.

04040202

Zakład Mięsny Ritter, Kazimierz Ritter,

x

x

x

 

31.10.2004

9.

06030202

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego KOMPLEKS Stępień, Panasiuk. Stępień sp. j.

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

10.

06040201

Masarnia z Ubojnią Stanisław Kurantowicz,

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

11.

06050201

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsa ‘MATTHIAS’ Sp z o.o.

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

12.

06080302

IMPERIAL Sp. z o.o.

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

13.

06180201

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego spj. P. Zubrzycki, J.Zieliński

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

14.

10010205

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego J.S.A.J. Mielczarek, sp. j.

x

x

 

 

31.4.2005

15.

10030201

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego Krzysztof Bartos

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

16.

10030202

Zakład Wędliniarski i Ubojnia Grzegorz Kępa

x

x

x

 

31.10.2004

17.

10030204

Zakład Mięsny Wacław Szaflik,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

18.

10030205

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego KAWIKS Sp. j., Karol Chachulski, Wincenty Chachulski,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

19.

10080209

P.P.H. ‘Jamir’ Skup, Ubój, Przetwórstwo Mięsa,

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

20.

10090302

Sp. j. LIWA Pajęczno,

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

21.

10120204

Ubojnia Zwierząt Rzeźnych Zofia Polcyn, Hucisko

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

22.

10120213

Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno — Handlowo . Usługowe Bak . Pol Jan Bakalarz,

 

x

 

 

31.10.2004

23.

10120215

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘Gaik’ — Andrzej Gaik,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

24.

10140204

Janina Stanisław Zalewscy P.P.H.U. Zakład Mięsny Borowina,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

25.

10180302

Zakłady Mięsne Makro Walichnowy sp. z o. o.,

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

26.

10184001

Zakład Produkcji Konserw ‘, Marko . Pek’ sp. z o.o.

 

x

 

 

31.1.2005

27.

10190201

Gminna Spółdzielnia Samopomoc Chłopska,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

28.

10190204

Z.P. H. U. Ubojnia Masarnia, J.Karczmarek,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

29.

10190205

Zakład Mięsno.Wędliniarski POL.MAT, sp. z o.o.,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

30.

10200322

Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno.Handlowe ALFA, Jan Chrzęst, Ignacy Karolak sp. j.,

 

x

 

 

31.1.2005

31.

12070104

Bogdan Grabiec i Wspólnicy sp.j.

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

32.

12070211

P.P.H.U. ‘, Markam’ Andrzej Marek Skolarus

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

33.

12070316

Zakład Produkcji Mięsno.Wędliniarskiej, Marek Florczak,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

34.

12100101

Ubojnia Zwierząt Rzeźnych Józef Chochorowski,

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

35.

12100103

Ubojnia Zwierząt Kazimierz Mółka.

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

36.

12100104

Zakład Usługowo.Handlowy Zakup Żywca, Ubój i Sprzedaż Mięsa, Mieczysław Gawlik,

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

37.

12100105

Obrót Zwierzętami Rzeźnymi Skup i Ubój oraz Sprzedaż Mięsa Ireneusz Bieniek,

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

38.

12100107

Skup i Ubój Zwierząt Rzeźnych Sp. J., Mikulec Czesław, Janusz, Paweł

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

39.

12100108

Zakład Uboju Zwierząt Rzeźnych Jan Kołbon,

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

40.

12100113

Handel Zwierzętami Rzeżnymi i Ubój ‘Antocel’, Antoni Słaby,

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

41.

12110111

FIRMA KOJS, Mirosław Kojs,

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

42.

12110201

‘BIELA’ Skup Ubój Zwierząt, Sprzedaż Hurtowa Mięsa, Handel Wyrobami Mięsnymi, Transport Ciężarowy, Stanisław Biela,

x

 

x

 

31.1.2005

43.

12120131

Ubój Zwierząt Rzeźnych, Skup, Sprzedaż Żywca i Mięsa, Stanisław Ogonek,

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

44.

12120218

Z.P.M. Edmund Barczyk,

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

45.

12133807

‘Lepro.Pol’ Sp.j. Ubój Zwierząt Rzeźnych, Hurtowa Sprzedaż Mięsa,

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

46.

12620308

Zakład Garmażeryjno . Wędliniarski Stanisław Poręba,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

47.

14070204

Zakład Mięsny ‘Nowopol’ Sp. j. Odział:Garbatka Letnisko

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

48.

14074201

RECREO Zakład Mięsny Maciej Antoniak

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

49.

14230102

Rzeźnia Ubojnia, ZUH Jan Tomczyk,

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

50.

14230202

Ubojnia Zwierząt Gospodarczych Andrzej Kazała

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

51.

14250104

Zakład Masarski ‘SADEŁKO”Sp.j.

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

52.

14250205

Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno. Usługowo.Handlowe ‘DURO’ Sp. z o.o.

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

53.

14250213

Zakład Masarski ‘KRAWCZYK’

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

54.

14310352

Centrum Mięsne Eurosmak sp. z o.o.

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

55.

14340314

SOBSMAK sp. z o.o.

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

56.

14380301

Zakłady Mięsne ‘Ratyński i Synowie’ Sp.j.

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

57.

16610101

‘Ubojnia’ A.J.K. Matejka sp. j.,

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

58.

16610301

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego Matejka Joachim,

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

59.

18030102

Ubojnia Zwierząt Rzeźnych P.P.M.‘Taurus’ Sp. z o.o.

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

60.

18030105

Zakład Handlowo. Produkcyjno.Przetwórczy A.Leja i wspólnicy sp. j. w Jodłowej

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

61.

18040205

Masarnia Radymno, ul. Szopena 5, 37,550 Radymno FPH sp. j.

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

62.

18060302

Zakład Uboju i Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘Radikal’,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

63.

18110208

ZPM ‘Kabanos’, Sp. z o.o.,

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

64.

18150201

ZPM H.A. Paśko sp. j.

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

65.

18160206

ZM ‘Smak.Eko’ sp. z o.o.,

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

66.

18190204

Zakład Przetwórstwo Mięsnego Marek Leśniak

x

x

x

 

30.4.2005

67.

20070205

APIS sp. j.

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

68.

20110104

Rolsad Sp. z o.o.,

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

69.

20120101

P.P.H.U. ‘Stan’

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

70.

22020201

Zakład Rzeźnicko Wędliniarski, W. Gierszewski

x

x

x

 

30.4.2005

71.

22070301

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego W. Zieliński i Spółka, sp. j.

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

72.

24030306

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘Jan Bielesz’ sp. z o.o.

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

73.

24060201

Zakład Masarski ME Jędrycha,

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

74.

24060212

Z. P. U. Ubój i Przetwórstwo Mięsa, Jan Matyja,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

75.

24100315

P. H. U. “ADAM. POL”, Adam Gajdzik ul. Rolnicza 5,

 

x

 

 

30.4.2005

76.

24150201

Zakład Rzeźniczo.Wędliniarski B. M. Janeta sp. j.

x

x

x

 

30.4.2005

77.

24690317

‘,Selgros’ Sp. z o.o. Dział Produkcji Mięsa

x

 

x

 

31.10.2004

78.

24700302

Rzeźnictwo.Wędliniarstwo C. P. Poliwczak Zakład Pracy Chronionej,

x

x

x

 

31.10.2004

79.

24770301

P. P.U.H. Burakowski

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

80.

24774002

Zakłady Mięsne ‘BRADO . 2’ S.A w Tomicach, Oddział nr 2 Ubojnia w Tomicach

 

 

x

 

31.10.2004

81.

26020104

‘POL.MIĘS’ Ubojnia Zwierząt, Mirosław Kwiecień

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

82.

26020304

‘WIR’ Szproch i Pietrusiewicz Przetwórstwo Mięsa Spółka Jawna

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

83.

26040202

Zakład Rolny i Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘JANPOL’ Jan i Grażyna Słomka, Sp. j.

x

x

x

 

31.10.2004

84.

26040209

Zakład Rzeźniczo.Wędliniarski, Zakład Nr 2,

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

85.

26043804

Handel Mięsem — Ubój i Rozbiór Mięsa, H. Brela

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

86.

26110203

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘Jawor’ Janusz Stefański

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

87.

28030202

ZPHU Sp.j., R. St. M. Kamińscy,

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

88.

28030203

Zkład Przetwórstw Mięsnego Karscy Sp. j., Filia Uzdowo

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

89.

28030204

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego Józef Malinowski

x

x

x

 

31.10.2004

90.

28070202

Masarnia Matis, Sp. z o.o.

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

91.

28120101

Przedsiębiorstwo Wielobranżowe Kazimierz Pawlicki

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

92.

28120102

GOLDMAS Sp. j. Szafarnia,

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

93.

28140313

BIO.LEGIZ S.A., ul. Głowackiego 28, 10 . 448 Olsztyn Zakład w Jezioranach

 

x

 

 

31.10.2004

94.

28183803

Masarnia ‘Kurpianka’ Sp. j.,

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

95.

30040204

Rzeźnictwo.Wędliniarstwo Z.J. Konarczak

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

96.

30090302

Wyrób Wędlin i Wyrobów Wędliniarskich, Kazimierz Kołodziejczak,

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

97.

30170601

Drop S.A

 

x

 

 

30.4.2005

98.

30240204

Rolniczy Kombinat Spółdzielczy im. Ludowego Lotnictwa Polskiego w Wilczynie,

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

99.

32120201

Z.P.M. Eugeniusz Kowalczyk,

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

100.

06030202

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘Kompleks’, Stępień, Panasiuk, Stępień Sp. J. 22-110 Ruda Huta, Leśniczówka

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

101.

06180201

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego Sp. J., Piotr Zubrzycki, Janusz Zieliński, w Kolonii Łaszczówka 49; 22-600 Tomaszów Lubelski

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

102.

06040201

Masarnia z Ubojnią, Stanisław Kurantowicz, ul. Ceglana 25, Hrubieszów 22-500

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

103.

06080302

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego w Kamionce firmy ‘IMPERIAL’ S.A., ul. Gospodarcza 27, 20 - 211 Lublin

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

104.

06050201

ZPM ‘MATTHIAS’ Sp. z o.o. Kolonia Zamek 48 23-310 Modliborzyce

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

105.

08030201

Rzeźnictwo i Wędliniarstwo Szczerba Augustyn ul.Polna 1, 66-300 Międzyrzecz

x

 

x

 

30.4.2005

106.

12060220

Firma ‘Świerczek’ Zakład Uboju, Rozbioru i Przetwórstwa Mięsa, 32-043 Skała, ul. Rzeźnicza 1.

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

107.

12610316

‘KRAK — MIĘS’ J., Naruszewicz, ul. Makuszyńskiego 2A 31-752 Kraków

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

108.

24050201

ZPU Tadeusz Marciniszyn Pniew, ul. Pyskowicka 2, 42-120 Pyskowice

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

109.

24050302

Zakład Masarski H. Suchanek 44-120 Pyskowice, ul. Zaolszany 38 a

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

110.

24704201

Firma Mięsno — Wędliniarska ‘AJPI’, Filia nr.1,2,3, 41-400 Mysłowice, ul. Oświęcimska 54

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

111.

24163801

Ubojnia Zwierząt Rzeźnych G.Pałucha, M. Skipirzepa 42-480 Poręba, ul. Armii Krajowej 6

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

112.

24170308

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego Marek Łoboda, 34-322 Gilowice 1 040

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

113.

24100202

P.P.H. ‘HIT’ sp. z o.o. 43-229 Ćwiklice, ul. Spokojna 48

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

114.

30220201

Ubojnia Masarnia Folmas Sp. z o.o. Rawicz Folwark 49

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

115.

32610201

Pomorski Przemysł Mięsny ‘Agros Koszalin.S.A.’ 75-209 Koszalin ul. BoWiD 1

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

116

0203806

‘Agro - Tusz’ Sp. j., A. Okaj, R. Kręgulewski, J. Głodowski, 55-106 Zawonia, Tarnowiec 92 A,

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

117.

04113801

Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno-Handlowo-Usługowe Eksport-Import, Roman Zalewski, Morawy, 88-210 Dobre

x

 

 

 

30.10.2004

118.

04630201

Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno-Usługowo-Handlowe, ‘Masarnia z Ubojnią’, Czesław Hołubek 87-100 Toruń, ul. Wschodnia 19

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

119.

04010205

Zakład Rzeźniczo-Wędliniarski, Krzysztof Kotrych, Śliwkowo 7, 87-731 Waganiec

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

120.

04143806

Zakład Masarski Marek Rokita ul. Wyzwolenia 6, 86-181 Serock

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

121.

04140305

CHMARZYŃSKI — Przemysł Mięsny i Handel Sp. z o. o. ul. Rynek 14, 86-150 Osie

x

x

 

 

31.10.2004

122.

04140207

Rzeźnictwo-Wędliniarstwo BKB Sp. z o. o., Cieleszyn, 86-120 Pruszcz

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

123.

10010202

Rzeźnictwo-Wędliniarstwo Dominik Marczak, 97-400 Bełchatów, Dobrzelów 4

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

124.

12090225

Zakład Uboju i Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘WĘDZONKA’ Józef Górka, 32-400 Myślenice, ul. Słowackiego 100

 

x

 

 

31.1.2005

125.

12160207

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘ROL-PEK’ Leszek Roleski ul. Słoneczna 22, Zblitowska Góra, 33-113 Zgłobice

x

 

x

 

31.10.2004

126.

12110202

Firma ‘BATCZEW’, Stanisław Komperda, Zakład Masarski, Morawczyna 111, 34-404 Klikuszowa

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

127.

14110203

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘Getmor’ Tadeusz Mroczkowski Chrzanowo 28, 06-225 Rzewnie

x

x

 

 

30.10.2004

128.

14340309

‘Wisapis’ Zakład Mięsny — Andrzej Jurzyk, 05-200 Zielonka, ul. Bankowa 2

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

129.

14240101

Ubój Trzody Chlewnej i Bydła Zbigniew Zaręba, Skórznice 32, 06-120 Winnica

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

130.

18170201

ZMs ‘Beef-San’ S.A.w Sanoku 38-500 Sanok, ul. Orzeszkowej

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

131.

18040202

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘SZAREK’, 37-500 Jarosław, ul. Widna Góra 74A

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

132.

22050303

Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego ‘BALERONIK’ Ziegert Henryk, 83-300 Kartuzy, ul. Mściwoja II

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

133.

22050309

GS ‘SCH’ Żukowo 83-330 Żukowo, ul.3-go Maja 9E

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

134.

22060201

Zakłady Mięsne Kościerzyna Sp. z o.o., ul. Strzelecka 30/B 83-400 Kościerzyna

x

x

x

 

30.4.2005

135.

22060203

Zakład Mięsny Gminna Spółdzielnia ‘Samopomoc Chłopska’ w Karsinie ul. Długa 184, 83-440 Karasin

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

136.

22123801

Zakład Mięsny Wiklino Dorota Jaworska, Andrzej Jaworsk, Spółka Jawna 76-200 Słupsk, Wiklino 2

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

137.

22140301

‘P i A’ Sp. z o. o. 83-130 Pelplin, ul. Podgórna 8,

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

138

24010317

Prywatny Zakład Mięsny ‘GAIK’, Sp. z o.o. 42-460 Najdziszów, ul. Topolowa 14

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

139.

24010318

Przetwórstwo Mięsne Bogdan Szopa, 42-470 Siewierz, ul. Piłsudskiego 21

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

140.

24750318

P.P.U.H. ‘PAT- TRADE’ Sp. z o.o., 41-200 Sosnoweic, ul. Kościuszkowców 16 b.

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

141.

24750306

Zakład Rzeźniczo- Wędliniarski Bogdan Janik, 41-209 Sosnowiec, ul. Chmielna 14

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

142.

24650301

Zakład Mięsny ‘ANTOSIK’ 41-300 Dąbrowa Górnicza, ul. Łącząca 39

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

143.

24040206

Zakład Produkcyjno — Handlowy ‘ADMAR’ Siedlec, ul. Częstochowska 34, 42-253 Janów

 

x

 

 

30.4.2005

144.

2404020

PHP ‘YABRA’ Sp. z o.o. 42-297 Poraj, ul. Wschodnia 15 Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego i Produkcji Konserw w Kamienicy Polskiej, ul. Konopnickiej 404 42-260 Kamienica Polska

 

x

 

 

30.4.2005

145.

24640307

P.P.H.U.‘ROMAN’ Eksport-Import Sp. z o.o. 42-200 Częstochowa, ul. Ks. Kordeckiego 85/87

 

x

 

 

31.1.2005

146.

24690306

P.P.H. ‘ROJBER’, Tomasz Rojek Sp.J., 40-479 Katowice, ul. Pszczyńska 10

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

147.

2409030

Zakłady Mięsne ‘PORAJ’ Marian Pucek, 42-360 Poraj, ul. Nadrzeczna 11

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

148.

24100201

Warsztat Rzeźniczo — Wędliniarski, F. Szostok 43-211 Czarków, ul. Boczna 1

x

x

x

 

30.4.2005

149.

4120102

Zakład Wędliniarski Andrzej Stania, 44-266 Świerklany, ul. Zygmunta Starego 14, Zakład Uboju Zwierząt w Jankowicach, ul. Sportowa 2, 44-264 Jankowice

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

150.

4080201

RSP ‘PRZEŁOM’ — Masarnia 43-196 Mikołów — Bujaków, ul. Ks. Górka 144

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

151.

4130301

Zakłady Mięsne Ryszard Wojtacha, 42-600 Tarnowskie Góry, ul. Nakielska 9/11

 

x

 

 

31.1.2005

152.

24150101

P.P.H-U Rzeźnictwo — Wędliniarstwo, Handel i Gastronomia, Tadeusz Kaczyna Zakład nr.1, 44-373 Wodzisław — Zawada, ul. Szybowa 1

x

 

 

 

30.10.2004

153.

4150304

PPUH ‘JANTAR’ Sp. z o.o. Zakład Masarniczy 44-370 Pszów, ul. Ks. Skwary 3

 

x

 

 

30.10.2004

154.

24150103

PPH ‘ROMA’ Romana Leks- Krzanowska 44-361 Syrynia ul. 3 Maja 74

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

155.

4080307

Z.P.M. ‘KODRIN’ Henryk Serafin, 43-176 Gostyń, ul. Tyska 56 a

 

x

 

 

30.10.2004

156.

4780302

WarsztatWędliniarski, ‘Myrcik’ Sp. J., 41-800 Zabrze, ul. Paderewskiego 28-30

 

x

 

 

30.10.2004

157.

24164003

P.P.H.U. ‘JAN*M*JAN’ s.c., 42-400 Zawiercie, ul. Senatorska 13

 

x

 

 

31.1.2005

158.

4080305

Rzeźnictwo — Wędliniarstwo Grzegorz Zdrzałek 43-178 Ornontowice, ul. Leśna 2

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

159.

28010103

Zakład Mięsny Bekon ul. Prusa 2, 11-210 Sępopol

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

160.

0050303

Waldi Zakład Przetwórstwa Mięsnego, 62-065 Grodzisk Wielkopolski, ul. Powstańców Chocieszyńskich 97

x

x

x

 

30.4.2005

161.

0050202

Zakład Mięsno Wedliniarslki Paweł Matysiak, 62-067 Rakoniewice, Garbary 2a

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

162.

0050212

Waldi ZPM Sp.j Rzeźnia Ptaszkowi, 62-065 Grodzisk Wielkopolski, Ptaszkowo 1A

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

163.

0050304

ZPM Szajek, 62-066 Garnowo, ul. Poznańska 50b

x

x

x

 

31.1.2005

164.

0260103

Przedsiębiorstwo Prywatne WOJ.-MAR Rzeźnia w Manieczkach, 63-112 Brodnica, Manieczki, ul. Borecka 5.

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

165.

0280102

PPH ROMEX Pachela Łęgowo, Rzeźnia Wągrowiec, 62-100 Wągrowiec, ul. Skocka 14

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

166.

30020207

Zakład Rzeźniczo Wędliniarski 64-980 Trzcianka, Osiedle Domańskiego 39

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

167.

2040306

Masarnia i Ubojnia, Bernard Uchman, 72-132 Mosty 52E

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

168.

2040202

ZPM Grupa‘Farmer’, Ignacy Zaniewski, 72-200 Nowogard

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

169.

2150201

Rzeźnictwo i Wędliniarstwo Elżbieta i Stanisław Zimorodzcy 78-400 Szczecinek Dalęcino 41A

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

Fresh poultrymeat — Meat products

170.

4010501

Zakład Przemysłu Mięsnego ‘Dróbalex’ s.c. w Rudnikach

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

171.

10143902

F.H. ‘Alma’ Ubój i Dzielenie Drobiu w Cieniach

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

172.

2100401

PPH Drobeksan w Nowym Sączu Ubojnia Drobiu

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

173.

4323901

Ejko E. Kolczyńska, J. Kolczyński w Radonicach

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

174.

6064301

Ubojnia i Handel Drobiem ‘Ko - Ko’ Sp.j. w Świerczowie

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

175.

6610501

Opolskie Zakłady Drobiarskie w Opolu

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

176.

011050

Spółdzielnia Producentów Drobiu ‘Eko-Gril’ w Sokółce

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

177.

4063903

‘Matyja’ Jolanta Matyja Ubojnia Drobiu, Bór

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

178.

24690401

Firma Produkcyjno — Handlowa Hybro sp. z o.o. w Katowicach

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

179.

28070503

Zakład Drobiarski ‘Lech Drob’ w Zalewie

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

180.

0180601

Drop S.A. W Ostrowiu Wlkp.

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

181.

0010501

PPHU ‘Kusy’, Przetwórstwo Mięsne, Spółka Jawna, 97-400 Bełchatów, Korczew 6a

x

x

 

 

30.4.2005

182.

0050501

Grupa Producentów Drobiu ‘BOBROWNIKI'’ Sp. z o.o., Bobrowniki, 99-418 Bełchów

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

183.

0100531

Zakłady Drobiarskie, ‘DROB-BOGS’, Jacek Bogusławski Kaleń 5 97-320 Wolbórz

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

184.

0160404

Specjalistyczne Gospodarstwo Rolne Mariola Tonder 97-217 Lubochnia Dabrowa 54

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

185.

2053901

Ubojnia Drobiu Jerzy Piotrowski, Pępowo ul.Gdańska 118 83-330 Żukowo

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

186.

2053905

A&B DROB Sp. z o.o. ul. Pod Elżbietowo 9 83-330 Żukowo

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

187.

2120501

PUH — Ubojnia Drobiu,‘Hubart’, Piotr i Maria Powęzka Bruskowo Wielkie 24 76-206 Słupsk 8

x

x

 

 

31.1.2005

188.

4010402

Ubojnia Drobiu ‘Jolgus’ 42-583 Bobrowniki, ul. Akacjowa 203

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

189.

4010401

Ubojnia Drobiu Kazimierz Daniliszyn, 42-580 Wojkowice ul. Gierymskiego 2

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

190.

4700401

PPH ‘Szendera’ S. Szendera 41-408 Mysłowice, ul. Morgowska 5b

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

191.

28090401

Zbigniew Jaworski Przedsiębiorstwo Wielobranżowe HASPO

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

192

30293903

Ubojnia Drobiu Florian Merda, Kopanica, Jaromierz

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

193.

30193901

Rzeźnia Drobiu Krystyna Skowrońska, Chrustowo43, Ujście

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

194

30290401

PPHU Indrol sp.j. Rostarzewo, Wolsztyńska 68

x

 

 

 

31.10.2004

195

30210504

Ubojnia Drobiu Krystyna Hamrol, Dębienko, Stęszew

x

 

 

 

31.1.2005

196

30240501

Zakład Drobiarski ROWEX sp z o.o. Ostroróg

x

 

 

 

30.4.2005

Cold stores

197

16611101

Przedsiębiorstwo, Przemysłu Chłodniczego, ‘FRIGOPOL’ S.A.

 

 

 

x

30.4.2005

198

16611102

Chłodnia Olsztyn Sp. z o.o. Oddział Opole

 

 

 

x

30.4.2005

199.

24121101

POLARIS, Chłodnie Śląskie Sp. z o.o., Chłodnia

 

 

 

x

30.4.2005

200

14251101

Zakład Przetwórstwa Spożywczego ‘MAKÓW’ Sp. z o.o., Chłodnia Składowa Maków, ul. Lipowa 91 26-640 Skaryszew

 

 

 

x

30.4.2005

Part 2

No

Veterinary approval number

Name and address of establishment

Sector: Milk

Date of compliance

Activity of the establishments

Milk and milk-based products

1.

2251601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Zgorzelcu

x

31.10.2004

2.

6071601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska; 23-200 Kraśnik,

x

31.1.2005

3.

6081601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Lubartowie

x

31.1.2005

4.

6081602

Spółdzielnia Mleczarska ‘Michowianka’;Michów

x

31.1.2005

5.

06641601

Zamojska Spółdzielnia Mleczarska; Zamość

x

31.1.2005

6.

10031601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska Łask

x

30.4.2005

7.

2051604

Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Łużnej

x

31.10.2004

8.

12101602

Zakład Produkcji Mleczarskiej Z.J.J.Dominik Sp.j.

x

31.1.2005

9.

2631604

‘MLEKTAR’ S.A.

x

31.1.2005

10.

4021601

Ciechanowska Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Ciechanowie

x

30.4.2005

11.

4031601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Garwolinie

x

30.4.2005

12.

14091601

‘Mleko’ spółka z o.o. w Lipsku

x

31.1.2005

13.

14151602

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska, Zakład Produkcyjny Ostrołęka

x

30.04.2005

14.

6091601

‘’JAL Zakład Produkcyjno Usługowy Sp.j.

x

31.10.2004

15.

4091601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Myszkowie

x

31.1.2005

16.

8621604

‘Olmlek’ Sp. z o. o., Olsztyn

x

31.1.2005

17.

30211602

Bukowsko Grodziska SM ZP w Buku

x

30.4.2005

18.

30641601

Mleczarnia Naramowice Sp.z o.o. w Poznaniu

x

30.4.2005

19.

32091601

Spółdzielnia Mleczarska ‘Mlekosz’ w Koszalinie Serownia w Bobolicach

x

30.4.2005

20.

32611601

Spółdzielnia Mleczarska ‘Mlekosz’ Zakład Mleczarski w Koszalinie

x

30.4.2005

21.

04041602

Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Listwie, 86-230 Lisewo ul. Chełmińska 48

x

30.4.2005

22.

04141602

Spółdzielnia Mleczarska ul. Podgórna 11, 86-140 Drzycim

x

31.1.2005

23.

10081603

Łódzka Spóldzielnia Mleczarska Oddział Produkcyjny Puczniew

x

31.4.2005

24.

10111602

Spóldzielnia Mleczarska 99-220 Wartkowice ul.Spóldzielcza 3

x

30.4.2005

191.

12071601

OSM w Limanowej Ul. Starodworska 6 Zakład produkcyjny Limanowa

x

31.3.2005

26.

12071603

OSM w Limanowej Zakład Produkcyjny Tymbark

x

30.4.2005

27.

16011603

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska w Brzegu Oddział Produkcyjny w Lewinie, Brzeskim ul.Marii Konopnickiej 1, 49-340 Lewin Brzeski

x

30.4.2005

28.

22011601

Zakład Produkcyjno-Handlowy ‘SER-MILK’ J. Kazubska, S. Kazubski, Zieliń 1, 77-235 Trzebielino

x

30.4.2005

29.

22051601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska 83-300 Kartuzy ul. Mściwoja II1

x

30.4. 2005

30.

30631601

OSM Rawicz Zakład Produkcyjno Handlowy w Lesznie

x

31.10.2004

31.

32011601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska, 78 — 200 Białogard, ul. Chocimska 2

x

30.4.2005

32.

32151603

Mleczarnia, Irena Kostyła 78-445 Łubowo, ul. Strzelecka 5

x

30.4.2005

33.

32161601

Okręgowa Spółdzielnia Mleczarska, 78 — 200 Białogard. Topialnia Serów Rąbino

x

30.4.2005

34.

06141601

Spółdzielnia Mleczarska ‘Kurów’, 24 - 170 Kurów, ul. I-ej Armii Wojska Polskiego 66

x

30.4.2005

35.

14361601

Rolnicza Spółdzielnia Mleczarska ‘Rolmlecz’ w Radomiu, Zakład Mleczarski w Zwoleniu, ul. Puławska 88, 26-700 Zwoleń

x

30.4.2005

Part 3

No

Veterinary approval number

Name and address of establishment

Sector: Fish

Date of compliance

Activity of the establishments

Fish and fish products

1.

02251801

Firma Produkcyjno Handlowa ‘HELENA’

x

30.9.2004

2.

06621801

P.P.H. ‘AMIKA’ Zakład Przetwórstwa Rybnego

x

31.1.2005

3.

14251802

PPH ‘MARK’ M.K. Szczęsny

x

31.10.2004

4.

22021802

R.M. Jacek Schomburg Zakład w Brusach

x

30.4.2005

5.

24091801

‘SONA’, Sp. z o.o.

x

30.4.2005

6.

26611801

PPH ‘HORN’, Sp. z o.o.

x

31.10.2004

7.

28141802

Gospodarstwo Rybackie Sp. z o.o. w likwidacji Przetwórnia Ryb w Rusi

x

31.10.2004

8.

32161803

Zakład Przetwórstwa Spożywczego ‘SOLAR’ Sp. Jawna, E. i M. Dziobak

x

30.4.2005

9.

32161807

Przedsiębiorstwo Wielobranżowe ‘HEST’

x

31.10.2004

10.

02641801

‘REX’ P. P. H. i U. Przetwórnia Artykułów Spożywczych i Ryb, Roman Boniewski, ul. Łanowa 2, 52-311 Wrocław

x

30.4.2005

11.

12061804

Zakład Przetwórstwa Rybnego ‘KRAK — FISH’, Marek Piekara, Antoni Solecki, S.J. Poskwitów 136

x

31.1.2005

12.

22051804

Handel i Przetwórstwo Ryb ‘Belona’, Helena Wenta ul. Piwna 21 83-340 Sierakowice

x

30.4.2005

12.

22061801

Rybołówstwo Morskie, Jacek Schomburg, z siedzibą w Helu Zakład w Karsinie, ul. Długa 29, 83-440 Karsin

x

30.4.2005

14.

22081811

PHU Przetwórstwo Rybne BOJA, 84-300 Lębork, ul. Majkowskiego 2

x

30.4.2005

15.

22111820

Zakład Rybny ‘ARPOL’ 84 — 120 Władysławowo, ul. Portowa 5

x

30.4.2005

16.

22111844

Przetwórstwo Ryb oraz Handel Obwoźny Halina Szymańska 84-120 Władysławowo, ul. Róży Wiatrów 24

x

30.4.2005

17.

22141803

Przetwórnia Ryb ‘Kamila’ Kolonia Ostrowicka 83-135 Mała Karczma

x

30.4.2005

18.

22151804

‘REDRYB’ mgr Helena Truszkowska, 84-240 Reda, ul. Spółdzielcza 13

x

30.4.2005

19.

22151805

Firma Produkcyjno-Handlowa ‘MAS’, Warszkowo Młyn, 84-106 Leśniewo

x

30.4.2005

20.

22151814

DanPol fish Sp.z o.o., ul. Robakowska 75, 84-241 Gościcino

x

30.4.2005

21.

32151801

‘Rybpol’ Spółka Jawna 78-422 Gwda Wielka, Strażacko

x

30.4.2005

22.

06621801

Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno — Handlowe ‘AMIKA’ Zakład Przetwórstwa Rybnego 22-100 Chełm ul. Rejowiecka 169

x

31.1.2005

23.

24141801

‘ADMIRAŁ’ Sp. z o.o. 43-143 Lędziny, ul. Pokoju 20

x

31.10.2004

241.

24141802

‘BIG _ FISH’ Sp. z o.o. Zakład Produkcyjny, 43-143 Lędziny, ul. Pokoju 5

x

31.1.2005


(1)  OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 17

(2)  OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 33

(3)  OJ 121, 29.7.1964, p. 2012/64. Directive as last amended by the 2003 Act of Accession.

(4)  OJ L 55, 8.3.1971, p.23. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 (OJ L 122. 16.5.2003, p. 36).

(5)  OJ L 26, 31.1.1977, p. 85. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 807/2003.

(6)  OJ L 368, 31.12.1994, p. 10. Directive as amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 (OJ L 122, 16.5.2003, p. 1).

(7)  OJ L 268, 14.9.1992, p. 1. Directive as amended by Regulation (EC) No 807/2003.

(8)  OJ L 268, 24.9.1991, p. 15. Directive as amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003.


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/55


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/459/EC of 29 April 2004 adopting a transitional measure in favour of certain establishments in the milk sector in Hungary

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/459/EC should read as follows:

COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

adopting a transitional measure in favour of certain establishments in the milk sector in Hungary

(notified under document number C(2004) 1711)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/459/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (1), and in particular Article 2(3) thereof,

Having regard to the Act of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (2), and in particular Article 42 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

In Hungary, 21 milk-processing establishments have difficulties in complying on 1 May 2004 with the relevant structural requirements laid down in Annex B to Council Directive 92/46/EEC of 16 June 1992 laying down the health rules for the production and placing on the market of raw milk, heat-treated milk and milk-based products (3).

(2)

Accordingly, these 21 establishments need time to finalise their upgrading process in order to be in full compliance with the relevant structural requirements laid down in Directive 92/46/EEC.

(3)

These 21 establishments, which are currently in an advanced state of upgrading, have given reliable guarantees that they have the necessary funds to correct their remaining shortcomings within a reasonable time and have received a favourable opinion from the Hungarian Animal Health and Food Control Department as regards the finalisation of their upgrading process.

(4)

For Hungary, the detailed information regarding the shortcomings for each establishment is available.

(5)

In order to facilitate the transition from the existing regime in Hungary to that resulting from the application of the Community veterinary legislation, it is justified therefore at the request of Hungary, to grant a transitional period for those 21 establishments as an exceptional transitional measure.

(6)

Due to the exceptional nature of this transitional derogation which was not foreseen during the enlargement negotiations, no further requests by Hungary for transitional measures concerning structural requirements of establishments producing milk and milk products should be granted after the adoption of this Decision.

(7)

Taking account of the advanced stage of upgrading and the exceptional nature of the transitional measure, the transitional period should be limited to a maximum period of 12 months and should not be prolonged after that date.

(8)

It is appropriate to subject the establishments in transition covered by this Decision to the same rules which are applicable as regards the products originating from the establishments to which a transitional period for structural requirements has been granted in accordance with the procedure provided for in the relevant Annexes to the Act of Accession.

(9)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

1.   The structural requirements laid down Annex B to Directive 92/46/EEC shall not apply to the establishments in Hungary listed in the Annex to this Decision, subject to the conditions laid down in paragraph 2, until the date indicated for each establishment.

2.   The following rules shall apply to products originating in the establishments referred to in paragraph 1:

as long as the establishments listed in the Annex to this Decision benefit from the provisions of paragraph 1, products originating from those establishments shall only be placed on the domestic market or used for further processing in the same establishment, irrespective of the date of marketing,

they shall bear the special health mark.

Article 2

This Decision shall apply subject to and as from the date of the entry into force of the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia.

Article 3

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

David BYRNE

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

Milk establishments in transition

 

Veterinary approval number

Name and address of establishment

Sector: Milk

Date of compliance

Activity of the establishments

Milk and milk-based products

1.

01501

Cheesio Kft., Véménd, Baranya

x

30.4.2005

2.

02502

Cosinus Gamma Kft. Sajtüzem, Kunszentmiklós, Bács

x

30.4.2005

3.

03503

Tejfeldolgozó és Sajtkészítő Üzem, Gyomaendrőd, Békés

x

30.4.2005

4.

04504

Abaújtej Közös Vállalat tejüzeme, Forró, Borsod

x

30.4.2005

5.

05505

BOPPE Kft., Hódmezővásárhely Csongrád

x

30.4.2005

6.

05506

Ujfalusi Mihály Bio-kecsketej üzem, Csongràd

x

30.4.2005

7.

06507

Győzelem Mgsz. Sajtüzem, Lajoskomárom, Fejér

x

30.4.2005

8.

06508

Tejmix Kft., Kápolnásnyék-Pettend, Fejér

x

30.4.2005

9.

09509

Egertej Kft., Eger, Heves

x

30.4.2005

10.

12510

Naszálytej Rt., Vác, Pest

x

30.4.2005

11.

12511

Dabastej Kft., Dabas, Pest

x

30.4.2005

12.

12512

Csipkó Istvánné tejüzeme, Pest

x

30.4.2005

13.

13513

Drávatej Kft., Barcs, Somogy

x

30.4.2005

14.

14514

Tiszatej Kft., Rakamaz, Szabolcs

x

30.4.2005

15.

14515

Farmtej Kft., Kemecse, Szabolcs

x

30.4.2005

16.

15516

Jásztej Rt., Jászapáti, Jász

x

30.4.2005

17.

15517

Kuntej Rt., Tiszafüred, Jász

x

30.4.2005

18.

16518

Dámtej Kft., Tamási, Tolna

x

30.4.2005

19.

17519

Tejfeldolgozó és Kereskedelmi Kft., Körmend, Vas

x

30.4.2005

20.

18520

Gici sajt Kft., Gic, Veszprém

x

30.4.2005

21.

20521

Soma's Trade Kft., Budapest

x

30.4.2005


(1)  OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 17.

(2)  OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 33.

(3)  OJ L 268, 14.9.1992, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 (OJ L 122, 16.5.2003, p. 1).


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/58


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/460/EC of29 April 2004amending Appendix A to Annex VIII to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat, milk and fish sectors in Latvia in the list of establishments in transition

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/460/EC should read as follows:

‘COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

amending Appendix A to Annex VIII to the 2003 Act of Accession to include certain establishments in the meat, milk and fish sectors in Latvia in the list of establishments in transition

(notified under document C(2004) 1712)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/460/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (1), and in particular Article 2(3) thereof,

Having regard to the Act of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (2), and in particular Annex VIII, Chapter 4, Section B, Subsection I, point 1(d) thereto,

Whereas:

(1)

Annex VIII, Chapter 4, Section B, Subsection I, point 1(a) to the 2003 Act of Accession provides that the structural requirements laid down in Annex I to Council Directive 64/433/EEC of 26 June 1964 on health conditions affecting intra-Community trade in fresh meat (3), in Annex I to Council Directive 71/118/EEC of 15 February 1971 on health problems affecting trade in fresh poultrymeat (4), in Annexes A and B to Council Directive 77/99/EEC of21 December 1976on health problems affecting intra-Community trade in meat products (5), in Annex I to Council Directive 94/65/EC of 14 December 1994 laying down the requirements for the production and placing on the market of minced meat and meat preparations (6), in Annex B to Council Directive 92/46/EEC of 16 June 1992 laying down the health rules for the production and placing on the market of raw milk, heat-treated milk and milk-based products (7) and in the Annex to Council Directive 91/493/EEC of 22 July 1991 laying down the health conditions for the production and the placing on the market of fishery products (8) are not to apply to establishments in Latvia listed in Appendix A to Annex VIII to the Act of Accession until 31 December 2006, subject to certain conditions.

(2)

In Latvia, 12 more high-capacity meat establishments, one more poultry establishment, 13 more milk-processing establishments and 13 more fish-processing establishments have difficulties in complying with the structural requirements laid down in Annex I to Directive 64/433/EEC, in Annex I to Directive 71/118/EEC, in Annexes A and B to Directive 77/99/EEC, in Annex I to Directive 94/65/EC, in Annex B to Directive 92/46/EEC and in the Annex to Directive 91/493/EEC, by 1 May 2004.

(3)

Accordingly those 39 establishments need time to finalise their upgrading process in order to be in full compliance with the relevant structural requirements laid down in Directives 64/433/EEC, 71/118/EEC, 77/99/EEC, 94/65/EC, 92/46/EEC and 91/493/EEC.

(4)

The 39 establishments, which are currently in an advanced state of upgrading, have given reliable guarantees that they have the necessary funds to correct their remaining shortcomings within a short time and have received a favourable opinion from the Latvian Food and Veterinary Service, as regards the finalisation of their upgrading process.

(5)

For Latvia, the detailed information regarding the shortcomings for each establishment is available.

(6)

In order to facilitate the transition from the existing regime in Latvia to that resulting from the application of the Community veterinary legislation, it is justified therefore upon the request of Latvia, to grant the 39 establishments a transitional period.

(7)

Due to the advanced stage of upgrading of the 39 establishments, the transitional period should be limited to a maximum of 12 months.

(8)

The Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health has been informed of the measures provided for in this Decision,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

1.   The establishments listed in the Annex to this Decision are added to the Appendix A referred to in Chapter 4, Section B, subsection I, point 1 to Annex VIII to the 2003 Act of Accession.

2.   For the establishments listed in the Annex, the rules foreseen in Annex VIII, Chapter 4, Section B, subsection I, point 1(b) to the Act of Accession are applicable.

Article 2

This Decision shall apply subject to and as from the date of the entry into force of the Treaty of Accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia.

Article 3

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

David BYRNE

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

Meat, milk and fish establishments in transition

Part 1

No

Veterinary approval number

Name and address of establishment

Sector: Meat

Date of compliance

Activity of the establishments

Fresh meat, slaughter, cutting

Meat products

Minced meat, meat preparation

1.

002625

Ardeks, Limited liability company, Darza street 19, Saldus, LV 3801

 

x

x

31.12.2004

2.

LV 07 G

Jelgavas galas kombinats, Holding company, Savienibas street 8, Jelgava, LV 3001

x

x

x

31.12.2004

3.

002029

Kompeksim Nakotne, Limited liability company, ‘Nakotne’ Gludas parish, Jelgavas district

LV 3013

x

 

 

31.12.2004

4.

LV 09 G

Lido, Limited liability company

Kengaraga street 3, Riga,

LV 1063

 

x

x

31.12.2004

5.

000054

Zalites, Farm ‘Zalites’, Otanku parish, Liepajas district,

LV 3474

x

 

 

31.12.2004

6.

LV 33 G

Vilattrans, Sole proprietor enterprises, ‘Silakrogs’, Ropazu parish, Rigas district, LV 2135

 

 

x

31.12.2004

7.

LV 26 G

Ruks Cesu galas kombinats, Joint Stock Company, Miera street 19, Cesis, LV 4101

 

x

x

31.12.2004

8.

005583

BLC Limited liability company

Jurkalnes street 4, Riga,

LV 1046

 

x

x

31.12.2004

9.

005579

Forevers, Limited liability company, Maskavas street 433, Riga, LV 1063

x

x

x

31.12.2004

10.

007226

Rubus, Limited liability company, ‘Bunci’, Salaspils, Rigas district, LV 2219

Abelu street 4, Salaspils, Rigas district, LV 2169

x

x

x

31.12.2004

11.

001441

Savati, Limited liability company, Jurkalnes street 47a, Riga, LV 1046

 

x

x

31.12.2004

12.

007483

AIBI, Ltd, Inesu parish, Cesu district, LV 4123

x

 

 

31.12.2004

13.

LV 02 G

Balticovo, Joint Stock Company

Iecava, Bauskas district,

LV 3913

x (9)

 

 

31.12.2004

Part 2

No

Veterinary approval number

Name and address of establishment

Sector: Milk

Date of compliance

Activity of the establishments

Milk and milk based products

1.

007490

Smiltenes piens Rauna's dairy plant, Holding company

Cesu street 2a, Rauna, Cesis district, LV-4131

x

31.12.2004

2.

005808

Rankas piens Jaunpiebalga's dairy plant, Holding company

Sporta street 4, Jaunpiebalga, Cesis district, LV-4125

x

31.12.2004

3.

LV 002P

Straupe, Milk co-operative association “Pienotava“, Straupe parish, Cesis district, LV-4152

x

31.12.2004

4.

LV 005P

Valmieras piens Rujienas pienotava, Holding company

Upes street 5, Rujiena, Valmiera district, LV-4240

x

31.12.2004

5.

000530

DK Daugava, Ltd, Serene parish, Aizkraukle district, LV - 5123

x

31.12.2004

6.

006697

Ozols Kalnu dairy plant, Ltd

Briezkalni“, Nigrande parish, Saldus district, LV-3899

x

31.12.2004

7.

LV 007P

Kraslavas piens Holding company, Izvaltas street 2, Kraslava, LV-5601

x

31.12.2004

8.

002137

Latgales piens Holding company

Muitas street 3, Daugavpils,

LV-5403

x

31.12.2004

9.

LV 015P

Zemgales piens Holding company, Viestura street 14, Jelgava, LV-3001

x

31.12.2004

10.

004344

Neretas pienotava Milk co-operative association, Dzirnavu street 6, Nereta parish, Aizkraukle district, LV-5118

x

31.12.2004

11.

002864

Ludzas piensaimnieks Holding company Rupniecibas street 2, Ludza LV-5701

x

31.12.2004

12.

LV 003P

Druvas partika Holding company, Kuldigas soseja 4, Saldus parish, Saldus district

LV-3862

x

31.12.2004

13.

010934

Licisi Farm, “Licisi’, Cenas parish, Jelgava district,

LV-3042

x

31.12.2004

Part 3

No

Veterinary approval number

Name and address of establishment

Sector: Fish

Date of compliance

Activity of the establishments

Fish and fish products

1.

LV 72 Z

Svani, Limited liability company

x

31.12.2004

2.

LV 38 Z

Roja F.C.T., Limited liability company, ‘Kroni’, Valdemarpils parish, Talsu district, LV-3260

x

31.12.2004

3.

LV 93 Z

Kurzemes partika, Limited liability company, ‘Komplekss’, Kandavas parish, Tukuma district, LV-3120

x

31.12.2004

4.

LV 46 Z

Ulmes, Limited liability company, Plienciems, Engures parish, Tukuma district,

x

31.12.2004

5.

LV 04 Z

Ventspils ZKK, Joint-stock Company, Enkuru street 12, Ventspils, LV-3601

x

31.12.2004

6.

LV 48 Z

Korall Plus, Joint-stock Company, Rujienas street 31, Mazsalaca, Valmieras district, LV-4215

x

31.12.2004

7.

009432

Taimins, Limited liability company, ‘Reproduktors’, Laucienas parish, Talsu district, LV-3285

x

31.12.2004

8.

LV 115 Z

Zila laguna, Limited liability company, Kalkunes street 2, Kalkunes parish, Daugavpils district, LV-5412

x

31.12.2004

9.

LV 64 Z

Ventspils zvejas osta, Limited liability company, Mednu street 40, Ventspils, LV-3601

x

31.12.2004

10.

LV 85 Z

Dunte Plus, Limited liability company, ‘Varzas’, Skultes parish, Limbazu district,

LV-4025

x

31.12.2004

11.

LV 60 Z

Berzciems, Limited liability company, Berzciems, Engures parish, Tukuma district, LV-3112

x

31.12.2004

12.

LV 77 Z

Alants, Sole proprietor enterprises, ‘Airi’, Lapmezciema parish, Tukuma district, LV-3118

x

31.12.2004

13.

LV 58 Z

Zvani, Limited liability company

Ezeru street 29, Talsi, LV-3201

x

31.12.2004’


(1)  OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 17.

(2)  OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 33.

(3)  OJ 121, 29.7.1964, p. 2012/64. Directive as last amended by the 2003 Act of Accession.

(4)  OJ L 55, 8.3.1971, p. 23. Directive as amended by Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 (OJ L 122, 16.5.2003, p. 36).

(5)  OJ L 26, 31.1.1977, p. 85. Directive as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 807/2003.

(6)  OJ L 368, 31.12.1994, p. 10. Directive as amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 (OJ L 122, 16.5.2003, p. 1).

(7)  OJ L 268, 14.9.1992, p. 1. Directive as amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003.

(8)  OJ L 268, 24.9.1991, p. 15. Directive as amended by Regulation (EC) No 806/2003.

(9)  Fresh poultrymeat establishment.


7.6.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 202/63


Corrigendum to Commission Decision 2004/461/EC of 29 April 2004 laying down a questionnaire to be used for annual reporting on ambient air quality assessment in accordance with Council Directives 96/62/EC and 1999/30/EC and in accordance with Directives 2000/69/EC and 2002/3/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council

( Official Journal of the European Union L 156 of 30 April 2004 )

Decision 2004/461/EC should read as follows:

COMMISSION DECISION

of 29 April 2004

laying down a questionnaire to be used for annual reporting on ambient air quality assessment in accordance with Council Directives 96/62/EC and 1999/30/EC and in accordance with Directives 2000/69/EC and 2002/3/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council

(notified under document number C(2004) 1714)

(Text with EEA relevance)

(2004/461/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Directive 96/62/EC of 27 September 1996 on ambient air quality assessment and management (1), and in particular Article 12(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Directive 96/62/EC establishes the framework for assessment and management of ambient air quality and provides that detailed arrangements are to be laid down for the reporting of information on air quality.

(2)

Council Directive 1999/30/EC of 22 April 1999 relating to limit values for sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and oxides of nitrogen, particulate matter and lead in ambient air (2) lays down limit values to be met on a certain target date.

(3)

Commission Decision 2001/839/EC of 8 November 2001 laying down a questionnaire to be used for annual reporting on ambient air quality assessment under Directives 96/62/EC and 1999/30/EC (3) provided a model on the basis of which Member States were to provide the information on air quality required according to those Directives.

(4)

Directive 2000/69/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2000 relating to limit values for benzene and carbon monoxide in ambient air (4) lays down limit values to be met on a certain target date. Directive 2002/3/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 February 2002 relating to ozone in ambient air (5) lays down target values, long-term objectives, information and alert thresholds which create certain obligations. Regular reporting by Member States is an integral element of those Directives, read in conjunction with Directive 96/62/EC and indispensable for checking compliance with those obligations.

(5)

Moreover, a number of items set out in Article 11 of Directive 96/62/EC with regard to the pollutants covered by Directives 1999/30/EC, 2002/69/EC and 2002/3/EC must be reported on an annual basis.

(6)

According to Directive 1999/30/EC, provisions on reporting under Council Directive 80/779/EEC of 15 July 1980 on air quality limit values and guide values for sulphur dioxide and suspended particulates (6),Council Directive 82/884/EEC of 3 December 1982 on a limit value for lead in the air (7) and Council Directive 85/203/EEC of 7 March 1982 on air quality standards for nitrogen dioxide (8) are repealed with effect from 19 July 2001, although the limit values under these Directives remain in force until 2005 for Directives 80/779/EEC and 82/884/EEC, and 2010 for Directive 85/203/EEC and reporting on exceedences of these limit values continues according to Article 9(6) of Directive 1999/30/EC.

(7)

In order to ensure that the required information is supplied in the correct format, Member States should be required to submit it on the basis of a standardised questionnaire.

(8)

The questionnaire laid down by Decision 2001/839/EC should be extended to cover also the annual reporting obligations resulting from Directives 2000/69/EC and 2002/3/EC, while at the same time introducing some amendments related to Directive 1999/30/EC, which are made for clarification and in order to ensure a better assessment of the reports.

(9)

Decision 2001/839/EC should be replaced in the interests of clarity.

(10)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Committee instituted by Article 12(2) of Directive 96/62/EC,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

Member States shall use the questionnaire set out in the Annex as a basis for forwarding the information to be provided on an annual basis in accordance with Articles 11(1) and 12(1) of Directive 96/62/EC and the following provisions:

Articles 3(1), (3) and (4), 4(1), 5(1), (2), (4) and (5), 6, 7(1), (2) and (3), and 9(6) of Directive 1999/30/EC,

Articles 3(1), 4, and 5(1), (2), (3) and (5) of Directive 2000/69/EC and

Articles 3(1) and (2), 4(1) and (2), 5, 9 (1) and (3), and 10 (1)(a) and (2)(b) of Directive 2002/3/EC.

Article 2

Decision 2001/839/EC is hereby repealed.

Article 3

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 29 April 2004.

For the Commission

Margot WALLSTRÖM

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

Reporting questionnaire

on

Council Directive 96/62/EC on ambient air quality assessment and management and Council Directive 1999/30/EC relating to limit values for sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and oxides of nitrogen, particulate matter and lead in ambient air as well as Directives 2000/69/EC relating to limit values for benzene and carbon monoxide in ambient air and 2002/3/EC relating to ozone in ambient air of the European Parliament and the Council

MEMBER STATE: …………………………………………………………………………

CONTACT ADDRESS: …………………………………………………………………….

REFERENCE YEAR: ………………………………………………………………………

COMPILATION DATE: …………………………………………………………………….

The following forms distinguish between items that are legally required to be reported and items that are voluntarily reported by the Member State. Voluntary items are printed in italic.

Many of the forms below contain an indefinite number of rows or columns to be filled in. In the form description, the number of empty rows or columns to be filled in is then limited to three and a dashed borderline indicates that the form should be extended as needed.

In addition to the forms, which are to be filled in by the Member State, some tables are also provided. The tables provide information such as fixed codes that are not to be changed by the Member State.

List of forms

Form 1

Contact body and address

Form 2

Delimitation of zones and agglomerations

Form 3

Stations and measuring methods used for assessment pursuant to Directives 1999/30/EC and 2000/69/EC

Form 4

Stations used for assessment of ozone, including nitrogen dioxide and nitrogen oxides in relation to ozone

Form 5

Stations and measuring methods used for the assessment of recommended volatile organic compounds

Form 6

Stations and measurement methods used for the assessment of other ozone precursor substances

Form 7

Methods used to sample and measure PM10 and PM2,5 and ozone precursor substances: optional additional codes to be defined by the Member State

Form 8

List of zones and agglomerations where levels exceed or do not exceed limit values or limit values plus margin of tolerance

Form 9

List of zones and agglomerations where levels exceed or do not exceed target values or long-term objectives for ozone

Form 10

List of zones and agglomerations where levels exceed or do not exceed upper assessment thresholds or lower assessment thresholds, including information on the application of supplementary assessment methods

Form 11

Individual exceedences of limit values and limit values plus the margin of tolerance

Form 12

Reasons for individual exceedences: optional additional codes to be defined by the Member State

Form 13

Individual exceedences of ozone thresholds

Form 14

Exceedence of ozone target values

Form 15

Annual statistics of ozone

Form 16

Annual average concentrations of ozone precursor substances

Form 17

Monitoring data on 10 minutes mean SO2 levels

Form 18

Monitoring data on 24-hour mean PM2,5 levels

Form 19

Tabular results of and methods used for supplementary assessment

Form 20

List of references to supplementary assessment methods referred to in Form 19

Form 21

Exceedence of limit values for SO2 due to natural sources

Form 22

Natural SO2 sources: optional additional codes to be defined by Member State

Form 23

Exceedence of limit values of PM10 due to natural events

Form 24

Exceedence of limit values of PM10 due to winter sanding

Form 25

Consultations on transboundary pollution

Form 26

Exceedences of limit values laid down in Directives 80/779/EEC, 82/884/EEC and 85/203/EEC

Form 27

Reasons for exceedences of limit values laid down in Directives 80/779/EEC, 82/884/EEC and 85/203/EEC: optional additional codes to be defined by the Member State

List of tables

Table 1

Methods used to sample and measure PM10 and PM2,5 and ozone precursor substances: standard codes

Table 2

Reasons for individual exceedences: standard codes

Table 3

Statistical parameters to be used in concentration maps

Table 4

Natural SO2 sources: standard codes

Table 5

Natural events causing limit value exceedences for PM10: standard codes

Form 1.   Contact body and address

Name of the contact body

 

Postal address

 

Name of contact person

 

Telephone of contact person

 

Fax of contact person

 

Email address of contact person

 

Comments for clarification if needed

 

Note to Form 1:

The Member State is asked to fill in the contact body, and if possible, the contact person at national level, that the Commission may approach on details regarding this questionnaire if needed.

Form 2.   Delimitation of zones and agglomerations (Directive 96/62/EC, Articles 5 and 11(1b))

 

Zones

Full zone name

 

 

 

Zone code

 

 

 

Pollutant(s), possibly separate protection targets, to which the zone applies

 

 

 

Type (ag/nonag)

 

 

 

Area (km 2 )

 

 

 

Population

 

 

 

Border coordinate pairs

 

 

 

Border coordinate pairs

 

 

 

Border coordinate pairs

 

 

 

Notes to Form 2:

(1)

The Member State should give not only the zone name, but also a unique zone code.

(2)

The Member State should indicate the pollutant(s) to which the zone applies using the codes: ‘S’ for SO2, ‘N’ for NO2/NOx, ‘P’ for PM10, ‘L’ for lead, ‘B’ for benzene, ‘C’ for carbon monoxide and ‘O’ for ozone, separated by a semicolon, or ‘A’ if the zone applies to all these pollutants. If zones have been separately defined for health, ecosystem and vegetation protection, the Member State should use the following codes: ‘SH’ for SO2 health protection, ‘SE’ for SO2 ecosystem protection, ‘NH’ for NO2 health protection, ‘NV’ for NOx vegetation protection.

(3)

It should be indicated whether the zone is an agglomeration (code: ‘ag’) or not (code: ‘nonag’).

(4)

Optionally, the Member States may add the area and population size of the zone for further processing of the data at European level.

(5)

For further processing, the Member State is requested to fill in the zone borders in a standard format (polygons, using the geographical coordinates according to ISO 6709: geographical longitude and latitude). The Member State is requested to provide separately a map of the zones (as an electronic file or on paper) to facilitate the correct interpretation of the zone data. The Member State must provide at least either the zone borders in Form 2 or a map.

Form 3.   Stations and measuring methods used for assessment pursuant to Directive 1999/30/EC (Annex IX) and Directive 2000/69/EC (Annex VII)

EoI station code

Local station code

Zone code(s)

Use for Directive

Use for Directive / measuring method code for PM10 and PM2,5

Correction factor or equation used

Function of station

SO2

NO2

NOx

Lead

Benzene

CO

PM10

PM2,5

PM10

PM2,5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 3:

(1)

In Form 3 and other forms in this questionnaire, ‘EoI station code’ refers to the code that is used for the exchange of data under the Exchange of Information Decision 97/101/EC. ‘Local station code’ is the code used within the Member State or region.

(2)

The Member State is requested to identify in the third column the zone(s) applying to ozone in which the station is located. If more than one zone is concerned, the codes should be separated by a semicolon.

(3)

The Member State is requested to use the columns headed by ‘SO2’, ‘NO2’, ‘NOx’, ‘Lead’, ‘Benzene’ and ‘CO’ for indicating whether the measurement is used for assessment under Directive 1999/30/EC or Directive 2000/69/EC respectively, ticking with ‘y’ if used and leaving the cell empty if not used. It should be noted that ticking NOx implies that the station is sited at a location where the limit value for vegetation applies. If the station is in the immediate vicinity of specific sources of lead as referred to in Annex IV to Directive 1999/30/EC, the Member State is requested to tick with ‘SS’ instead of ‘y’.

(4)

The Member State should use the columns headed by ‘PM10’ and ‘PM2,5’ for indicating whether the measurement is used for assessment under Directive 1999/30/EC and indicate at the same time which measurement method is used. If the measurement is used for assessment under the Directive, the Member State should fill in the measuring method code (see Note 5); if the measurement is not used for assessment under the Directive, the cell should be left empty. For PM2,5 levels formal assessment under Article 6 of Directive 96/62/EC is not required.

(5)

The measurement method code for PM10 and PM2,5 can be indicated by one of the standard codes provided by this questionnaire (see Table 1) or a code defined by the Member State that refers to a separate list of methods described by the Member State (see Form 7). The description defined by the Member State may also be a reference to a separate document added to the questionnaire. If the measurement method has been changed during the year, the Member State is requested to fill in both method codes: first the method that was used for the longest time in the year, followed by the other one, separated by a semicolon.

(6)

When the measurement method for PM10 or PM2,5 is not the reference method, respectively the provisional reference method, set out in Directive 1999/30/EC, Annex IX, the Member State is requested to fill in the correction factor by which the measured concentrations have been multiplied to obtain the concentrations reported in this questionnaire or to fill in the corresponding correction equation. If a correction equation has been applied, a free format can be used in which the measured concentration should be denoted by ‘CM’ and the reported concentration by ‘CR’, preferably using the format CR = f(CM). If the results of the method have been demonstrated to be equivalent without the application of a correction, the Member State is requested to indicate this by entering the value ‘1’ for the correction factor or equation.

(7)

‘Function of station’ indicates whether the station is sited at a location where (a) the limit values for health, the SO2 limit value for ecosystems and the NOx limit value for vegetation apply (code ‘HEV’), (b) only the limit values for health and the SO2 limit value for ecosystems apply (code ‘HE’), (c) only the limit value for health and the NOx limit value for vegetation apply (code ‘HV’) or (d) only the limit values for health apply (code ‘H’).

Form 4.   Stations used for assessment of ozone, including nitrogen dioxide and nitrogen oxides in relation to ozone (Directive 2002/3/EC, Annex III, IV, VI)

EoI station code

Local station code

Zone code

Type of station

Use in relation to Directive 2002/3/EC

O3

NO2

NOx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 4:

(1)

The Member State is requested to identify in the third column the zone in which the station is located.

(2)

The Member State should use the columns headed by ‘O3’, ‘NO2’ and ‘NOx’ for indicating whether the measurement is used for assessment under Directive 2002/3/EC, ticking with ‘y’ if used and leaving the cell empty if not used. The column headed by ‘NO2’ indicates measurement as mentioned in Directive 2002/3/EC, Article 9(1), the column headed by ‘NOx’ indicates measurement as mentioned in Directive 2002/3/EC, Article 9(3).

(3)

‘Type of station’ is defined according to Directive 2002/3/EC, Annex IV. The following codes should be used: ‘U’ for urban, ‘S’ for suburban, ‘R’ for rural and ‘RB’ for rural background.

Form 5.   Stations and measurement methods used for the assessment of recommended volatile organic compounds (Directive 2002/3/EC, Annex VI)

 

Stations

EoI station code

 

 

 

Local station code

 

 

 

Zone code applying to ozone

 

 

 

Ethane

 

 

 

Ethylene

 

 

 

Acetylene

 

 

 

Propane

 

 

 

Propene

 

 

 

n-Butane

 

 

 

i-Butane

 

 

 

1-Butene

 

 

 

trans-2-Butene

 

 

 

cis-2-Butene

 

 

 

1.3-Butadiene

 

 

 

n-Pentane

 

 

 

i-Pentane

 

 

 

1-Pentene

 

 

 

2-Pentene

 

 

 

Isoprene

 

 

 

n-Hexane

 

 

 

i-Hexane

 

 

 

n-Heptane

 

 

 

n-Octane

 

 

 

i-Octane

 

 

 

Benzene

 

 

 

Toluene

 

 

 

Ethyl benzene

 

 

 

m+p-Xylene

 

 

 

o-Xylene

 

 

 

1,2,4-Trimeth.benzene

 

 

 

1,2,3-Trimeth.benzene

 

 

 

1,3,5-Trimeth.benzene

 

 

 

Formaldehyde

 

 

 

Total non-methane hydrocarbons

 

 

 

Notes to Form 5:

(1)

The Member State should indicate in Form 5 for each station and for each substance assessed pursuant to Directive 2002/3/EC, Article 9(3), the measurement method by one of the standard codes provided by this questionnaire (see Table 1) or a code defined by the Member State (Form 7).

(2)

Whereas reporting obligations of ozone precursor substances must include ‘appropriate volatile organic compounds’, the list presented in Form 5 is only a recommendation according to Annex VI of Directive 2002/3/EC.

Form 6.   Stations and measurement methods used for the assessment of other ozone precursor substances (Directive 2002/3/EC, Annex VI)

 

Stations

EoI station code

 

 

 

Local station code

 

 

 

Zone code applying to ozone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note to Form 6:

In the leftmost column of Form 6 the Member State should indicate ozone precursor substances assessed pursuant to Directive 2002/3/EC, Article 9(3), other than those described in Form 5. The Member State should indicate in Form 6 for each station and each substance the measurement method by one of the standard codes provided by this questionnaire (see Table 1) or a code defined by the Member State (Form 7). Note 2 of Form 5 applies for Form 6 accordingly.

Table 1.   Methods used to sample and measure PM10, PM2,5 and ozone precursor substances: standard codes (1)

Method code

Description

M1

PM10 or PM2,5: Beta-absorption

M2

PM10 or PM2,5: Gravimetry for PM10 and/or PM2,5 — continuous measurement

M2dxxx

PM10 or PM2,5: Gravimetry for PM10 and/or PM2,5 — random measurement; xxx should be the number of measured days. Example: random sampling on 180 days of the year is indicated by M2d180.

M3

PM10 or PM2,5: Oscillating microbalance for PM10 and/or PM2,5

M4

Lumped sum NMHC: automated, semi-continuous monitoring, NMHC calculated from Total HC minus methane; FID

M5

Lumped sum NMHC: automated semi-continuous monitoring, after chromatographic separation of NMHC from methane; FID

M6

Individual VOC: automated sampling and on line analysis; cryogenic sample pre-concentration, GC/FID (MS) detection

M7

Individual VOC: whole air canister sampling; off line analysis by GC/FID (MS)

M8

Individual VOC: active solid adsorbent sampling; off line analysis by GC/FID (MS) after solvent or thermal desorption

M9

Individual VOC: diffusive solid adsorbent sampling; off line analysis by GC/FID(MS) after solvent or thermal desorption

M10subcode 2)

Formaldehyde: sampling with DNPH; off line analysis of hydrazones by HPLC with UV detection (360 nm).

M11subcode 1

Formaldehyde: sampling with HMP; off line analysis of oxazolidine by GC-NPD

M12subcode 2

Formaldehyde: sampling withy bisulfite and chromotropic acid; off line analysis by spectrometry (580 nm)

1)

DNPH: Dinitrophenylhydrazine; FID: Flame Ionisation Detection; GC: Gas Chromatography; HC: hydrocarbons; HMP: Hydroxy-methyl-piperidine; HPLC: High Pressure Liquid Chromatography; MS: Mass Spectrometer; NMHC: Non-methane hydrocarbons; NPD: Nitrogen and Phosphorus Detector; UV: Ultra Violet; VOC: Volatile Organic Compounds.

2)

For sampling with impinger: use subcode ‘IM’; active sampling on sorbent: subcode ‘AS’; diffusive sampling: subcode ‘DI’. Example: ‘M10AS’.

Form 7.   Methods used to sample and measure PM10, PM2,5 and ozone precursor substances: optional additional codes to be defined by the Member State (Directive 1999/30/EC, Annex IX, and Directive 2002/3/EC, Annex VI)

Method code

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 8.   List of zones and agglomerations where levels exceed or do not exceed limit values (LV) or limit values plus margin of tolerance (LV + MOT) (Directive 96/62/EC Articles 8, 9 and 11, Directive 1999/30/EC Annexes I, II, III and IV, Directive 2000/69/EC Annexes I and II)

Form 8a.   List of zones in relation to limit value exceedences for SO2

Zone code

LV for health (1hr mean)

LV for health (24hr mean)

LV for ecosystems(annual mean)

LV for ecosystems(winter mean)

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT; >LV

≤LV

>LV

≤LV

>LV

≤LV

>LV

≤LV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 8b.   List of zones in relation to limit value exceedences for NO2/NOx

Zone code

LV for health (1hr mean)

LV for health (annual mean)

LV for vegetation

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT; >LV

≤LV

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT; >LV

≤LV

>LV

≤LV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 8c.   List of zones in relation to limit value exceedences for PM10

Zone code

LV (24hr mean)Stage 1

LV (annual mean)Stage 1

LV (24hr mean)Stage 2

LV (annual mean)Stage 2

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT;>LV

≤LV

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT;>LV

≤LV

>LV

≤LV

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT;>LV

≤LV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 8d.   List of zones in relation to limit value exceedences for lead

Zone code

LV

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT; >LV

≤LV

SS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 8e.   List of zones in relation to limit value exceedences for benzene

Zone code

LV

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT; >LV

≤LV

Art 3(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 8f.   List of zones in relation to limit value for carbon monoxide

Zone code

LV

>LV + MOT

≤LV + MOT; >LV

≤LV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 8:

(1)

The column headings have the following meaning:

>LV + MOT:

above the limit value plus the margin of tolerance;

≤LV + MOT; >LV:

below or equal to the limit value plus the margin of tolerance but above the limit value;

≤LV:

below or equal to the limit value;

>LV:

above the limit value;

SS:

due to specific sources, see Note 7.

Art 3(2)

extension period granted, see Note 8.

(2)

‘>LV + MOT’ should be read as ‘>LV’ when the margin of tolerance has decreased to 0 %. In that case the column headed by ‘LV + MOT; >LV’ should not be used.

(3)

If the column heading describes the status of the zone, tick with ‘y’.

(4)

If exceedence has been concluded from model calculations solely, tick with ‘m’ instead of ‘y’.

(5)

For thresholds for ecosystems and vegetation, tick only when exceedence occurred in areas where these limit values apply. For zones in which no areas exist where these limit values apply, tick column ‘LV’ with ‘n’.

(6)

The winter mean is defined as the period from 1 October of the year preceding the reference year to 31 March of the reference year.

(7)

If the exceedence status indicated in Form 8d is solely due to exceedence in an area in the immediate vicinity of specific sources designated according to Annex IV to Directive 1999/30/EC, the Member State is requested to indicate this by ticking column ‘SS’ with ‘y’.

(8)

In Form 8e, ‘LV’ refers to the limit value specified in Directive 2000/69/EC Annex I. For zones for which the Commission has granted an extension period for benzene according to Article 3(2) to Directive 2000/69/EC, the Member State is requested to indicate this by ticking column ‘Art3(2)’ with ‘y’.

Form 9.   List of zones and agglomerations where levels exceed or do not exceed target values or long-term objectives for ozone (Directive 2002/3/EC, Annex I)

Zone code

Thresholds for health

Thresholds for vegetation

>TV

≤TV; >LTO

≤LTO

>TV

≤TV; >LTO

≤LTO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 9:

The column headings have the following meaning:

>TV:

above the target value for ozone;

≤TV; >LTO:

below or equal to the target value but above the long-term objective for ozone;

≤LTO:

below or equal to the long-term objective for ozone.

(1)

If the column heading describes the status of the zone, tick with ‘y’.

(2)

If exceedence has been concluded from model calculations solely, tick with ‘m’ instead of ‘y’.

(3)

The status is to be assessed over three years for the health target value and over five years for the vegetation target value.

Form 10.   List of zones and agglomerations where levels exceed or do not exceed upper assessment thresholds (UAT) or lower assessment thresholds (LAT), including information on the application of supplementary assessment methods (Directive 96/62/EC Article 6, Directive 1999/30/EC Article 7(3) and Annex V, Directive 2000/69/EC Article 5(3) and Annex III, Directive 2002/3/EC Article 9(1) and Annex VII)

Form 10a.   List of zones in relation to assessment threshold exceedences and supplementary assessment for SO2

Zone code

UAT and LAT related to health LV(24hr mean)

UAT and LAT related to ecosystems LV(winter mean)

SA

>UAT

≤UAT; >LAT

≤LAT

>UAT

≤UAT; >LAT

≤LAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 10b.   List of zones in relation to assessment threshold exceedences and supplementary assessment for NO2/NOx

Zone code

UAT and LAT related to health LV(1hr mean)

UAT and LAT related to health LV(annual mean)

UAT and LAT related to vegetationLV

SA

>UAT

≤UAT; >LAT

≤LAT

>UAT

≤UAT; >LAT

≤LAT

>UAT

≤UAT; >LAT

≤LAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 10c.   List of zones in relation to assessment threshold exceedences and supplementary assessment for PM10

Zone code

UAT and LAT (24hr mean)

UAT and LAT (annual mean)

SA

>UAT

≤UAT; >LAT

≤LAT

>UAT

≤UAT; >LAT

≤LAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 10d.   List of zones in relation to assessment threshold exceedences and supplementary assessment for lead

Zone code

UAT and LAT

SA

>UAT

≤ UAT; >LAT

≤ LAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 10e.   List of zones in relation to assessment threshold exceedences and supplementary assessment for benzene

Zone code

UAT and LAT

SA

>UAT

UAT; >LAT

LAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 10f.   List of zones in relation to assessment threshold exceedences and supplementary assessment for carbon monoxide

Zone code

UAT and LAT

SA

>UAT

UAT; >LAT

LAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 10g.   List of zones in relation to supplementary assessment for ozone

Zone code

SA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 10:

(1)

The column headings have the following meaning:

>UAT:

above the upper assessment threshold;

≤UAT; >LAT:

below or equal to upper assessment threshold, but above the lower assessment threshold;

≤LAT:

below or equal to the lower assessment threshold;

SA:

supplementary assessment, see Note 6.

(2)

If the column heading describes the status of the zone, tick with ‘y’.

(3)

If exceedence has been concluded from model calculations solely, tick with ‘m’ instead of ‘y’.

(4)

For thresholds for ecosystems, tick only when exceedence occurred in areas where the limit values for ecosystems apply.

(5)

Exceedence of UAT and LAT is judged on the basis of the reference year and the preceding four years in accordance with the specification in Annex V(II) to Directive 1999/30/EC and Annex III(II) to Directive 2000/69/EC respectively.

(6)

The Member State is requested to indicate in the column ‘SA’ whether information from fixed measuring stations has been supplemented by information from other sources as referred to in Article 7(3) of Directive 1999/30/EC, Article 5(3) of Directive 2000/69/EC and Article 9(1) of Directive 2002/3/EC.

Form 11.   Individual exceedences of limit values and limit values plus margin of tolerance (MOT) (Directive 96/62/EC Article 11(1)(a)(i) and (ii), Directive 1999/30/EC Annexes I, II, IV and V and Directive 2000/69/EC Annexes I and II)

Form 11a.   Exceedence of SO2 limit value plus MOT for health (1hr mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Hour

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11b.   Exceedence of SO2 limit value for health (24hr mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11c.   Exceedence of SO2 limit value for ecosystems (annual mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11d.   Exceedence of SO2 limit value for ecosystems (winter mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11e.   Exceedence of NO2 limit value plus MOT for health (1hr mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Hour

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11f.   Exceedence of NO2 limit value plus MOT for health (annual mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11g.   Exceedence of NOx limit value for vegetation

Zone code

EoI station code

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11h.   Exceedence of PM10 limit value plus MOT (stage 1; 24hr mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11i.   Exceedence of PM10 limit value plus MOT (stage 1; annual mean)

Zone code

EoI station code

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11j.   Exceedence of lead limit value plus MOT

Zone code

EoI station code

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11k.   Exceedence of benzene limit value plus MOT

Zone code

EoI station code

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

Article 3(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 11l.   Exceedence of carbon monoxide limit value plus MOT

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Level (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 11:

(1)

Identifying the station by filling in the EoI station code is not mandatory, but highly recommended.

(2)

The phrase ‘limit value plus MOT’ should be read as ‘limit value’ when the margin of tolerance has decreased to 0 %.

(3)

‘Month’ and ‘Day of month’ should be indicated by its number (1-12 and 1-31 respectively). ‘Hour’ should be indicated as ‘1’ for the hour between 00:00 and 01:00 etc.

(4)

All exceedences of the limit value plus the margin of tolerance at a station are reported if the total number of exceedences is above the allowed number. If the total number of exceedences at a station is lower than or equal to the allowed number, no exceedences are reported.

(5)

The reason of exceedence can be indicated by one or several standard codes provided by this questionnaire (see Table 2) or a code defined by the Member State that refers to a separate list of reasons described by the Member State (Form 12). If more than one reason is indicated, the codes should be separated by a semicolon. The description given by the Member State could also be a reference to a separate document added to the questionnaire.

(6)

For exceedences in zones for which the Commission has, according to Directive 2000/69/EC Article 3(2), granted a time-limited extension, the Member State is requested to enter ‘y’ in the column headed by ‘Article 3(2)’.

(7)

If no exceedences above the number of allowed exceedences have been observed, the Member State is requested to enter ‘No exceedences’ in the left cell of the first row.

Table 2.   Reasons for individual exceedences: standard codes

Reason code

Description

S1

Heavily trafficked urban centre

S2

Proximity to a major road

S3

Local industry including power production

S4

Quarrying or mining activities

S5

Domestic heating

S6

Accidental emission from industrial source

S7

Accidental emission from non-industrial source

S8

Natural source(s) or natural event(s)

S9

Winter sanding of roads

S10

Transport of air pollution originating from sources outside the Member State

S11

Local petrol station

S12

Parking facility

S13

Benzene storage

Form 12.   Reasons for individual exceedences: optional additional codes to be defined by the Member State (Directive 96/62/EC Article 11(1) (a) (i) and (ii)) and Directive 1999/30/EC Annexes I, II, IV and V, Directive 2000/69/EC Annexes I and II)

Reason code

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 13.   Individual exceedences of ozone thresholds (Directive 2002/3/EC, Article 10(2b) and Annex III)

Form 13a.   Exceedence of ozone information threshold value

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Maximum 1-hour mean ozone concentration (mg/m3) during exceedence period

Reason code(s)

Starting time of the exceedence period

Total number of exceedence hours

1-hour mean NO2 concentration (mg/m3) during maximum ozone concentration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 13b.   Exceedence of ozone alert threshold value

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Maximum 1-hour mean ozone concentration (mg/m3) during exceedence period

Reason code(s)

Starting time of the exceedence period

Total number of exceedence hours

1-hour mean NO2 concentration (mg/m3) during maximum ozone concentration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 13c.   Exceedence of ozone long term objective for health protection

Zone code

EoI station code

Month

Day of month

Daily maximum 8-hour mean concentration (mg/m3)

Reason code(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 13:

(1)

For ‘Reason code(s)’ see Note 5 to Form 11.

(2)

13a and 13b: An exceedence period is a continuous period on a single calendar day during which a threshold was continuously exceeded. A period cannot include hours of more than a single calendar day. If more than one exceedence period occurs on a calendar day, each period must be reported separately.

(3)

The requirement to report NO2 measurements is restricted to a minimum of 50 % of the O3 sampling point (Article 9(1) of Directive 2003/3/EC).

Form 14.   Exceedence of ozone target values (Directive 2002/3/EC, Article 10(2b) and Annex III)

Form 14a.   Stations where the ozone target value for human health is exceeded

Zone code

EoI station code

Number of exceedence days per calendar year averaged over three years

If a full and consecutive set of data of 3 years was not used:calendar year(s) taken into account

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form 14b.   Stations where the ozone target value for vegetation is exceeded

Zone code

EoI station code

AOT40 (May-July) (mg/m3) averaged over five years

If a full and consecutive set of data of five years was not used: calendar years taken into account (at least 3 years)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes to Form 14:

(1)

The data should be consistent with the requirements in Directive 2002/3/EC, Annex I(II), footnotes b and c. If the three or five-year averages could not be determined on the basis of a full and consecutive set of annual data, each year taken into account in the calculation should be indicated in the rightmost column, separated by a semicolon from other years.

(2)

Form 14a: All exceedences of the target value at a station are reported if the total number of exceedences is above the allowed number. If the total number of exceedences at a station is lower than or equal to the allowed number, no exceedences are reported.

Form 15.   Annual statistics of ozone (Directive 2002/3/EC, Article 10(2b) and Annex III)

Zone code

EoI station code

AOT40 for vegetation protection (μg/m3.h)

AOT40 for forest protection (μg/m3.h)

Annual average

Value

Number of valid data

Value

Number of valid data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note to Form 15:

The number of valid data for AOT40 refers to the hourly data available in the relevant period (for vegetation protection between 8:00 and 20:00 from May to July, maximum 1 104 hours; for forest protection between 8:00 and 20:00 from April-September, maximum 2 196 hours).

Form 16.   Annual average concentrations of ozone precursor substances (Directive 2002/3/EC Article 10(2b) and Annex VI)

Form 16a.   Annual average concentrations of recommended volatile organic compounds

 

Stations

EoI station code

 

 

 

Ethane

 

 

 

Ethylene

 

 

 

Acetylene

 

 

 

Propane

 

 

 

Propene

 

 

 

n-Butane

 

 

 

i-Butane

 

 

 

1-Butene

 

 

 

trans-2-Butene

 

 

 

cis-2-Butene

 

 

 

1.3-Butadiene

 

 

 

n-Pentane

 

 

 

i-Pentane