Institutional set up, legal infrastructures, decision making and procedures to manage ODS and F-Gases in Hungary
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Institutional set up, legal infrastructures, decision making and procedures to manage ODS and F-Gases in Hungary Institutional set up, legal infrastructures, decision making and procedures to manage ODS and F-Gases in Hungary Presentation Transcript

  • Institutional set-up, legal infrastructures, decision making and procedures to manage ODS and F-Gases in HungaryRóbert TóthMinistry of Rural Development
  • Hungarian Meteorological Service• Brewer spectrophotometer
  • A teljes ózontartalom évi átlagainak eltérése a sokévi átlagtól Budapest fölött 6 4 2 0 -2 69 74 79 84 89 94 99% -4 -6 -8 -10 év
  • Institutions in the State Administration• Ministry of Construction and Urban Development (Dep. of Flats and Communal Affairs) since 60s• OKTH (National Office of Environmental and Nature Protection) 1978-1987• Ministry of Environment 1988-2010• Ministry of Rural Development – Environmental inspectorates – Other authorities in the enforcement
  • Legislation• Vienna Convention 1985 – Ratification: 4 May, 1988 – Promulgation: 19 February, 1990• Montreal Protocol 1987 – Ratification: 20 April, 1989 – Promulgation: 28 February, 1990 Min. Decree 13/1992. (V. 12.) KTM on the implementation of the international Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer →
  • Measures• Licensing system: MEW and Min. of Economy, quota system• Phase-out schedule• Data reporting• Sanctions
  • Legislation• London Amendment 1990 – Ratification: 9 November, 1993 – Promulgation: 13 June, 1995• Copenhagen Amendment 1992 – Ratification: 15 August, 1994 – Promulgation: 13 June, 1995 Min. Decree 22/1993. (VII. 20.) KTM on the 22/1993 (VII. 20 implementation of the international Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer →
  • Measures• Licensing system: MEW and Min. of Economy, modified quota system• Modified phase-out schedule• Recovery of ODS in RAC and FF sector• Minimum requirements for technicians• Ban the sales promotion of FF equipment filled with ODS
  • Foundation of HRACA• 1993: 26 members advocacy in the field of - RACHP production - installation, servicing trainings publications• 2011: 350 members
  • Regular activities of HRACA• Conferences• Lg phx since 1995• Trainings, certifications• International relations• Twinning light projects (BG, IT-AT) on MCB• Studies on – CFC management – Awareness raising – Training materials – Feasibility studies to legislation
  • GEF project 1994• 14 sub-projects• PIU in the MEW (1+2 experts)• Reduction of ODS emission by RRR – 625 recovery rigs – One reclamation facility 1998 USEPA Stratospheric Ozone Protection Award to HRACA
  • Fire fighting sector• Professional association• Recovery equipment for fixed and portable appliances• Reclamation facility• Trainings
  • Support of the recovery• Central Environmental Fund• Law on product charges• Financial support for collecting and disassembly of household refrigerators
  • Recovery of ODSs and F-gases
  • 2002/96/EC directive on WEEE• Producers• Coordinating organisations• Collecting points• Recycling, reclamation facilities
  • Legislation• Montreal Amendment 1997 – Ratification: 26 July, 1999 – Promulgation: 13 November, 1999• Beijing Amendment 1999 – Ratification: 23 April, 2002 – Promulgation: 13 November, 2004• Adjustments 4 modifications to the Min. Decree 22/1993. (VII. 20.) KTM on the implementation of the international Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer →
  • Measures• Modified phase-out schedule to HCFCs and MB• Import and export ban of ODS with non- Parties• Limitation in use of HCFCs
  • Total Sector Methyl Bromide Phase Out in CEITs GEF project MB consumption for soil fumigation in Hungary 100 80 Metric tons 60 40 20 0 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 Years
  • EU legislation• 3093/94/EC Council Regulation• 3037/2000/EC EP and Council Reg.• 1005/2009/EC EP and Council Reg.• 842/2006/EC EP and Council Reg.
  • National legislation• Governmental decree 94/2003. (VII. 2.) Korm. r. on ODSs• Governmental decree 310/2008. (XII. 20.) Korm. r. on ODSs and F-gases• Criminal law: up to 3 years in prison
  • Measures• Modified phase-out schedule to HCFCs and MB• Common EU licensing on Import and export of ODS• Ban of recycled CFC• Limitation in use of HCFCs and HFCs• Halon decommissioning – halon-bank• Certification bodies
  • Certification for personnel• In sectors:RACHPFire protectionHigh-voltage switchgearsEquipment containing F-gas-based solvents
  • Certification for companies• In sectors:RACHPFire protection
  • EU fora• Management Committee• National Experts Meeting• Regulatory Committee• EU-coordination
  • Recommendations• Avoid further investment in HCFCs (and HFCs)• Knowledge of users• Co-operation with the stakeholders• Share the responsibilities• Trainings, certifications
  • Lesson learned in Yerevan
  • Thank you for your attention. Cпacибo зa внимaниe. Xвaлa лeпo нa пaжњи!