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List of on-site and off-site verification contents for pollutant discharge permits


Time:

2023-12-01

A total of 33 items for on-site and off-site verification of pollutant discharge permits

License | 12 items for on-site verification

 

On site verification refers to the behavior of the ecological environment regulatory department, based on the formulated verification plan or verification focus, conducting on-site inspections, checking the ledger, and other methods to verify the consistency and authenticity of the pollutant discharge permit of the pollutant discharge unit with the actual situation.

On site inspection refers to the method of inspecting the production and business premises of the polluting unit, the location and quantity of the polluting facilities, pollution control facilities, and discharge outlets, and monitoring the consistency and authenticity of the installation and operation of the monitoring equipment with the content stated in the pollution discharge permit.

Verification ledger refers to the method of on-site inspection of the consistency between the production ledger and environmental management ledger of the pollutant discharge unit and the content stated in the pollutant discharge permit.

 

1. Basic information of pollutant discharge units

Verify whether the name, registered address, industry category, production and operation site address, legal representative or main person in charge of the pollutant discharge unit stated in the pollutant discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation through on-site inspection and verification of the ledger.

 

 

2. Waste gas (wastewater) generation and emission of pollutants

Verify whether the waste gas (wastewater) generation and pollutant discharge links specified in the pollution discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation through on-site inspections, verification of accounts, and other methods.

According to the specific task requirements of on-site verification, necessary verification equipment should be configured, including communication equipment, navigation and positioning equipment, photography and camera equipment, rapid detection and analysis equipment, portable computers, etc.

 

3. Facilities for preventing and controlling exhaust gas (wastewater) pollution

Verify whether the number and process of waste gas (wastewater) pollution prevention and control facilities stated in the pollution discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation through on-site inspections, verification of accounts, and other methods.

 

4. Exhaust gas (wastewater) pollutant discharge outlet

Verify whether the location, quantity, emission method, and destination of exhaust (wastewater) pollutants specified in the pollution discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation through on-site inspections, verification of accounts, and other methods.

According to the "Technical Requirements for Standardized Treatment of Pollutant Discharge Outlets (Trial)" and other documents, the on-site verification of the standardized construction of pollutant discharge outlets is carried out, and whether the "discharge outlet setting meets the requirements" stated in the pollution discharge permit is consistent with the on-site verification results.

 

5. Solid waste management information

By conducting on-site inspections of the general industrial solid waste environmental management ledger, hazardous waste management plan and management ledger, hazardous waste management platform application records, and hazardous waste transfer receipts of the pollutant discharge unit, verify whether there are any omissions in the types of solid waste specified in the pollutant discharge permit, and verify whether the actual situation of the solid waste self storage, self utilization, or disposal facilities specified in the pollutant discharge permit is consistent.

 

6. Unorganized control measures for exhaust gas

Verify whether the unorganized emission control measures stated in the pollution discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation through on-site inspections, verification of accounts, and other methods.

 

7. Installation status of automatic monitoring equipment

Verify whether the number, type, and installation location of automatic monitoring equipment specified in the pollution discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation through on-site inspections and verification of the ledger.

 

 

8. Automatic monitoring equipment networking status

By conducting on-site inspections and verifying records, verify whether automatic monitoring facilities for pollutant emissions that should be installed in accordance with the law are connected to relevant ecological and environmental authorities.

 

9. Number, parameters, and name information of main production facilities

By conducting on-site inspections and checking the environmental management and production records of the pollutant discharge unit, we can verify whether the number, parameters, and name information of the main production facilities stated in the pollutant discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation.

 

10. Main raw and auxiliary materials and fuel information

Verify whether the types of raw materials and fuel information stated in the pollution discharge permit are consistent with the actual situation by on-site inspection of the environmental management ledger and production ledger of the pollutant discharge unit.

According to relevant laws and regulations, technical specifications, pollutant emission standards, and other document requirements, verification is carried out through methods such as review, verification, complex algorithm, and intelligent review.

Review method refers to the method of verifying the completeness and standardization of pollutant discharge permits and related materials.

The verification method refers to the method of verifying the logic between the contents stated in the pollution discharge permit and the relevant materials.

Complex algorithm refers to a verification method that recalculates the permitted emissions to verify the accuracy of the original calculation results.

The intelligent review method refers to a method based on big data, semantic recognition, deep learning and other artificial intelligence technologies, used to assist in the manual review of pollutant discharge permits.

 

11. Information on river (sea) discharge outlets

On site verification of whether the information on the river (sea) discharge outlet stated in the pollution discharge permit is consistent with the actual situation.

 

12. Other environmental approval situations

On site verification of whether the construction content of the pollutant discharge unit has not obtained the approval documents for the environmental impact report (form) of the construction project in accordance with the law, or has not completed the registration procedures for the environmental impact registration form, including but not limited to the address of the production and operation site, information on the main products and production capacity, facilities for preventing and controlling waste gas (wastewater) pollution, waste gas (water) discharge outlets, and solid waste management information.

 

 

 

License | 21 items for off-site verification

 

Non on-site verification refers to the behavior of the ecological environment regulatory department, based on the formulated verification plan or verification focus, conducting verification on the completeness and standardization of the relevant content of the pollution discharge permit by consulting relevant materials such as data information on the National Pollution Discharge Permit Management Information Platform.

Conduct on-site verification of pollutant discharge permits, including the validity period of the permit, industry category, management category, exhaust (wastewater) discharge outlet, types of exhaust (wastewater) pollutant emissions, and self monitoring information of exhaust (wastewater). The specific contents are as follows:

 

1. Validity period of pollutant discharge permit

Verify if the pollution discharge permit is within its validity period.

 

2. Industry categories

Based on the collected and verified information on the use of raw materials, production processes, product capacity, and product categories of polluting units, and in comparison with the National Economic Industry Classification (GB/T4754) and its annotations, verify whether the industry categories stated in the pollution discharge permit are filled in correctly.

 

3. Management categories

According to the Classification Management List of Fixed Pollution Source Discharge Permits, verify whether the management categories specified in the discharge permit are filled in correctly.

 

4. Exhaust gas (wastewater) discharge outlet

Based on the environmental impact assessment and approval documents of the collected pollutant discharge units, explanatory materials on the standardized setting of pollutant discharge outlets and monitoring holes, layout plans, monitoring point layout plans, production process flow charts, etc., and in accordance with the technical specifications for the application and issuance of the pollutant discharge permit, check the number and type of discharge outlets, exhaust pipe height, exhaust pipe outlet inner diameter, exhaust temperature, and wastewater discharge direction stated in the pollutant discharge permit Whether the information on emission methods, emission patterns, etc. is complete and compliant.

 

5. Types of exhaust gas (wastewater) pollutant emissions

According to the pollution factors corresponding to the facilities that generate and discharge pollutants in the application and issuance of the pollution discharge permit, and in accordance with the corresponding national or local pollutant discharge standards, verify whether the types of waste gas (wastewater) pollutants listed in the pollution discharge permit are complete and accurate.

 

6. Feasible technologies for pollution prevention and control

According to the technical specifications for the application and issuance of pollutant discharge permits, as well as the feasible technology guidelines for pollution prevention and control, verify whether the technology stated in the pollutant discharge permit is feasible and whether it is filled in correctly.

 

7. Emission standards and limits for waste gas (wastewater) pollutants

According to the pollutant discharge standards and emission limit requirements in the application and issuance technical specifications of the pollution discharge permit, verify whether the pollutant discharge standards, exhaust gas (wastewater) permit emission concentration limits, and emission rate stated in the pollution discharge permit are now correct. In principle, national and local emission standards should be selected.

 

 

8. Permissible emissions of exhaust gas (wastewater)

According to the requirements of the technical specifications for the application and issuance of the pollution discharge permit, verify whether the allowable emission limit values stated in the pollution discharge permit are calculated in accordance with the requirements of the industry pollution discharge permit application and issuance technical specifications, and whether the calculation process and results are correct.

 

9. Self monitoring information of exhaust gas (wastewater)

According to the self monitoring technology testing guidelines, technical specifications for applying and issuing pollutant discharge permits, pollutant discharge standards, HJ819, HJ942, and relevant local regulations, verify whether the self monitoring requirements stated in the pollutant discharge permit are compliant.

 

10. Solid waste management information

According to the requirements of HJ1200, verify the basic information of solid waste stated in the pollution discharge permit, as well as the information of self storage/utilization/disposal facilities, to determine whether the pollution prevention and control technology requirements meet the requirements.

 

11. Information on unorganized emissions of exhaust gases

Based on the requirements for unorganized control in the application and issuance of pollution discharge permits, environmental impact assessment and its approval documents, pollutant discharge standards, etc., combined with the production process of the polluting unit, verify whether the unorganized prevention and control measures stated in the pollution discharge permit are compliant.

 

12. Emission requirements for special periods of exhaust gas

Polluting units involved in special periods shall verify whether the pollutant discharge permit specifies requirements for prohibiting or restricting pollutant emissions during special periods.

 

13. Environmental Management Ledger Record Requirements

According to the technical specifications for the application and issuance of pollutant discharge permits and HJ944 requirements, verify whether the content, frequency, form, and retention period of the ledger records stated in the pollutant discharge permit meet the regulatory requirements.

 

14. Requirements for reporting pollution discharge permit execution report

According to the technical specifications for the application and issuance of pollutant discharge permits, as well as the requirements of HJ944, verify whether the frequency, main content, and deadline for reporting the execution report specified in the pollutant discharge permit meet the regulatory requirements.

 

15. Requirements for Environmental Information Disclosure

According to relevant national laws and regulations, such as the Measures for the Administration of Pollutant Discharge Permits (Trial), the Measures for the Administration of Legal Disclosure of Enterprise Environmental Information, and the Measures for Self monitoring and Information Disclosure of National Key Monitoring Enterprises, verify whether the information disclosure methods, time nodes, and content stated in the pollutant discharge permit meet the requirements.

 
 

16. Production and discharge nodes

Based on the application and issuance of pollution discharge permits, technical specifications, and pollutant discharge standards, verify whether the name of the production and discharge environment stated in the pollution discharge permit is complete and accurate.

 

17. Other basic information

Verify whether the environmental impact assessment approval document number, main pollutant total allocation plan document, and document number in the basic information table of the pollutant discharge unit are complete and accurate; Verify if the relevant information such as total indicators is complete.

According to documents such as the Announcement on the Implementation of Special Emission Limits for Air Pollutants, the Reply on Relevant Issues Concerning the Implementation of Special Emission Limits for Air Pollutants, and the Announcement on the Implementation of Special Emission Limits for Air Pollutants in Cities of the Beijing Tianjin Hebei Air Pollution Transmission Channel, verify whether the determination of the key atmospheric control areas specified in the pollution discharge permit is correct.

According to the "Notice of the State Council on Issuing the 13th Five Year Plan for Ecological Environment Protection" and other documents, verify whether the determination of the total phosphorus and total nitrogen control zone specified in the pollution discharge permit is correct.

According to the "Opinions on Further Strengthening the Prevention and Control of Heavy Metal Pollution" and other documents, verify whether the regional determination of the special emission limits for heavy metal pollutants specified in the pollution discharge permit is correct.

Verify whether the local government's identification or filing documents for non compliant projects are correct.

Verify whether the document number and total quantity indicators of the main pollutant total allocation plan are complete and accurate. Verify if the application materials of the pollutant discharge unit are complete.

 

18. Attached Figures and Attachments

According to the requirements of the application and issuance of the pollutant discharge permit, technical specifications, local documents, etc., verify whether the pollutant discharge permit omits attachments.

Check if the illustrations are clear and the legends are clear.

Verify whether the overall layout of the production plant area includes the main equipment, main pollution control facilities, and indicate the rainwater, sewage collection, and discharge outlets in the plant area.

Verify if the schematic diagram of monitoring points includes all monitoring point locations and monitoring point numbers.

 

19. Information on river (sea) discharge outlets

Based on the name, number, and approval number information of the river (sea) discharge outlet, verify whether the information of the river (sea) discharge outlet is complete and accurate.

 

20. Self monitoring information on soil and groundwater

According to relevant national and local laws, regulations, and policy documents, and in accordance with the requirements of self monitoring technical guidelines, application and issuance of pollution discharge permits, verify whether the monitoring information of soil and groundwater stated in the pollution discharge permit is complete and accurate.

 

21. Other control management requirements

According to relevant laws, regulations, standards, and regulations, as well as relevant provisions of local ecological and environmental authorities, verify whether the other control and management requirements stated in the pollution discharge permit are compliant.

 

 

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