The purpose of the immission control regulations is to protect people, animals and plants, the soil, water, the atmosphere as well as cultural and other material assets from harmful effects on the environment and to prevent the occurrence of harmful effects on the environment.
The City of Rosenheim, as the lower immission control authority, is responsible for the implementation of immission control procedures and the monitoring of the relevant regulations, unless other authorities are exceptionally responsible.
The EU Directive 2010/75/EU of 24.11.2010 on industrial emissions has been transposed into German law. The corresponding legislation came into force on 02.05.2013.
Uniform monitoring is planned throughout Europe for certain plants (so-called IE plants). To implement the new regulations, a monitoring plan was drawn up by the Government of Upper Bavaria for all plants affected in Upper Bavaria. On this basis, the city of Rosenheim has drawn up a corresponding monitoring program for each IE plant in the Rosenheim municipal area. The monitoring program and the monitoring results are to be published on the Internet.
The corresponding documents can be downloaded here.
Monitoring program of the city of Rosenheim for the area of immission control Annex 1: Facilities to be monitored Annex 2: Form for the evaluation scheme Annex 3: Form for a monitoring report Annex 4: Overview of external monitoring
Monitoring reports: Monitoring report by Remondis Süd GmbH dated Oct. 2019
Approval notices: Remondis interim storage facility Stadtwerke Rosenheim interim storage facility
Best Available Techniques (BAT) to be considered for waste treatment: BAT Conclusions Waste Treatment Facilities
The city of Rosenheim has issued a domestic work and music noise ordinance to prevent or limit corresponding disturbances of the peace.
Further information on neighborhood noise can be found at the State Office for the Environment.
The city of Rosenheim has prepared a leaflet with information on how to avoid unacceptable noise when operating construction sites.
The Federal Network Agency is responsible for issuing the necessary site certificates for radio installations. A map showing the locations of radio installations in the Rosenheim city area is also available there. Information on the relevant limit values for electromagnetic fields is also listed on this website.
Further information on electromagnetic fields is provided by the Bavarian State Ministry for the Environment and Consumer Protection.