Legal requirements for emission

The EU has set limit values ​​for the emission of dust particles in connection with combustion plants for straw, chips, wood pellets etc.
The company’s electrostatic precipitation (ESP) filter is designed to handle both Danish and EU requirements for particle emissions. In addition, the filter also meets the additional requirements set by individual EU countries. We are operating with 20 mg/Nm3.
The filter is accredited by reputable public institutions that have tested the performance of the filter.
The EU regulation is divided into three sets of rules:
I. (ED) Ecodesign Directive (> 0 MWth and < 1 MWth)
regulates pollutant emissions from the combustion of fuels in plants with a rated thermal input less than 1 Megawatt thermal (MWth) (Directive 2009/125/EC )

II.  (MCPD) Medium Combustion Plant Directive ( ≥ 1MWth and ≤ 50MWth)
regulates pollutant emissions from the combustion of fuels in plants with a rated thermal input equal to or greater than 1 Megawatt thermal (MWth) and less than 50 MWth according to Directive (EU) 2015/2193.

III. (IED) Industrial Emissions Directive ( ≥ 50MWth) is the main EU instrument regulating pollutant emissions from industrial installations. (Directive 2010/75/EU)