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Standard ID HJ 519-2020 (HJ519-2020)
Description (Translated English) (Technical specification for pollution control of waste lead-acid batteries)
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Date of Issue 2020-03-26
Date of Implementation 2020-03-26
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) HJ 519-2009
Regulation (derived from) Ministry of Ecology and Environment Announcement No. 22, 2020

HJ 519-2020
Technical specification of pollution control for treatment of waste lead-acid battery
National Environmental Protection Standards of the People's Republic of China
Replace HJ 519-2009
Technical specification for pollution control of waste lead battery treatment
2020-03-26 release
2020-03-26 Implementation
Issued by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment
Table of contents
Foreword...I
1 Scope of application...1
2 Normative references...1
3 Terms and definitions...1
4 Requirements for the collection, transportation and storage of waste lead batteries...2
5 Requirements for the construction and clean production of secondary lead enterprises...4
6 Pollution control requirements for secondary lead enterprises...5
7 Operational environmental management requirements for recycled lead enterprises...6
8 Environmental emergency plan...7
Appendix A (informative appendix) Monitoring requirements for main pollutant emissions from pyrometallurgical processes in secondary lead enterprises...8
Appendix B (informative appendix) Monitoring requirements for main pollutants discharged from hydrometallurgical process of recycled lead enterprises...10
Appendix C (informative appendix) Environmental monitoring requirements for recycled lead enterprises...11
Preface
To implement the "Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China" and the "Law of the People's Republic of China on the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution by Solid Waste" and other laws and regulations
To prevent and control pollution, protect the ecological environment, and regulate pollution control during the collection, storage, transportation, utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries, this standard is formulated.
This standard specifies the pollution control requirements for the collection, storage, transportation, utilization and disposal of waste lead batteries.
Appendix A to Appendix C of this standard are informative appendices.
This standard was first published in.2009, and this is the first revision.
The main content of this revision.
--Modified the name of the standard;
- Adjusted the scope of application of the standard;
- Adjusted the collection, transportation and storage requirements of waste lead batteries;
- Refinement of the requirements for the construction and clean production of secondary lead enterprises;
- Refinement of pollution control requirements for secondary lead enterprises;
- Refinement of environmental management requirements for the operation of recycled lead enterprises;
- Increased the monitoring requirements for the main pollutants emission of the pyrometallurgical process and the hydrometallurgical process of recycled lead enterprises;
- Increased the requirements for groundwater environmental monitoring of recycled lead enterprises.
From the date of implementation of this standard, the "Technical Specification for Pollution Control in the Treatment of Waste Lead-acid Battery" (HJ 519-2009) shall be abolished.
This standard is organized and formulated by the Solid Waste and Chemicals Department and the Laws and Standards Department of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
The main drafting organizations of this standard. Solid Waste and Chemical Management Technology Center of Ministry of Ecology and Environment, Beijing University of Technology.
This standard was approved by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment on March 26, 2020.
This standard shall be implemented from the date of issuance.
This standard is interpreted by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
Technical specification for pollution control of waste lead battery treatment
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the pollution control requirements for the collection, storage, transportation, utilization and disposal of waste lead batteries.
This standard applies to pollution control in the collection, storage, transportation, utilization and disposal of waste lead batteries, and can be used to guide recycled lead enterprises
Site selection, engineering construction, and pollution control management after construction of the industry.
2 Normative references
The content of this standard refers to the terms in the following documents. For undated reference documents, their valid versions are applicable to this standard.
GB 190 Dangerous Goods Packaging Mark
GB 3095 Ambient Air Quality Standard
GB 12348 Environmental Noise Emission Standard at the Boundary of Industrial Enterprises
GB 13392 Road Transport Vehicle Signs for Dangerous Goods
GB 15562.2 Environmental Protection Graphic Sign Solid Waste Storage (Disposal) Site
GB 15618 Soil Environmental Quality Agricultural Land Soil Pollution Risk Control Standard (for Trial Implementation)
GB 18597 Pollution Control Standard for Hazardous Waste Storage
GB 31574 Pollutant Emission Standard for Secondary Copper, Aluminum, Lead and Zinc Industry
GB/T 14848 Groundwater Quality Standard
HJ 863.4 Technical Specification for Application and Issuance of Pollution Discharge Permit Non-ferrous Metal Industry-Recycled Metal
"Guidelines for the Preparation of Emergency Plan for Hazardous Waste Management Units" (State Environmental Protection Administration Announcement No. 48,.2007)
"Assessment Index System for Cleaner Production in the Secondary Lead Industry" (National Development and Reform Commission Announcement No. 36,.2015)
"Industrial Structure Adjustment Guidance Catalog (2019)" (Order No. 29 of the National Development and Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China)
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1
Lead-acid battery
The finger electrode is mainly made of lead and its oxide, and the electrolyte is a kind of storage battery with sulfuric acid solution or colloidal substance.
3.2
Waste lead-acid battery
Refers to production, life and other activities that have lost their original use value or have been abandoned or abandoned although they have not lost their use value
Lead-acid batteries do not include lead-acid batteries returned to the factory for fault detection, repair and refurbishment within the warranty period.
3.3
Electrode plate
Refers to the positive and negative poles in the battery. The grid is made of lead. The surface of the positive electrode is coated with lead dioxide and the surface of the negative electrode is coated with porous and permeable gold.
Belongs to lead. It usually contains chemicals such as antimony, arsenic, bismuth, cadmium, copper, calcium and tin, as well as expanding materials such as barium sulfate, carbon black and lignin.
3.4
Electrolyte
Refers to a liquid or colloidal substance with ionic conductivity based on sulfuric acid.
3.5
Collection
Refers to the centralized activities of scattered lead-acid batteries.
3.7
Temporary storage
Refers to the activity of temporarily placing scattered lead-acid batteries at a collection point.
3.8
Storage
Refers to the activities of placing centralized collection of waste lead storage batteries at centralized transfer points and recycling lead enterprises.
3.9
Collect network
Refers to a place that meets the requirements of temporary storage facilities for waste lead storage batteries and is mainly used for collecting waste lead storage batteries generated in daily life.
3.10
Centralized transport spot
Refers to a place for storing waste lead storage batteries of a certain scale that meets the requirements for storage facilities for waste lead storage batteries.
3.11
Lead recovery
Refers to the use of various methods, technologies and processes to extract lead from waste lead batteries for easy utilization.
3.12
Recovery rate of lead
Refers to the ratio of the lead content in the product to the lead content in the raw material within a certain measurement time.
3.13
Pyrometallurgy
Refers to the science and technology of extracting and refining metals from ore, concentrate or other materials at high temperatures.
3.14
Hydrometallurgy
Refers to the science and technology of dissolving certain metal components in ore, concentrate, calcine or other materials in an aqueous solution to extract metals from it.
3.15
Secondary lead enterprise
Refers to an enterprise that uses waste lead storage batteries as raw materials, has the ability to smelt recycled lead, and holds a hazardous waste business license.
4 Requirements for the collection, transportation and storage of waste lead batteries
4.1 General requirements
4.1.1 Enterprises engaged in the collection and storage of waste lead storage batteries should obtain a hazardous waste business license in accordance with the law;
Engage in the collection and storage of waste lead storage batteries in accordance with the operating license.
4.1.2 The containers or pallets for collecting, transporting, and storing waste lead storage batteries should be designed according to the characteristics of waste lead storage batteries and not easy to be damaged or deformed.
The materials used can effectively prevent leakage and diffusion, and are resistant to acid corrosion. Containers or trays containing waste lead batteries must be pasted in accordance with GB
Hazardous waste label required by 18597.
4.1.3 The waste lead storage battery collection and storage enterprise shall establish a waste lead storage battery collection and processing data information management system to truthfully record the collection, storage,
Transfer information about the weight, source, and destination of used lead batteries, and realize data docking with the national solid waste management information system.
4.1.4 It is forbidden to dismantle, break or discard waste lead storage batteries without authorization in the process of collection, transportation and storage; it is forbidden to dump lead-containing acid electrolyte.
4.1.5 The collection, transportation and storage process of waste lead storage batteries shall not only meet the relevant requirements of environmental protection, but also meet the national safety production and occupational health
The relevant requirements of regulations and standards such as health, transportation, and fire protection.
4.1.6 Waste lead battery collection companies and transportation companies should organize collection personnel, transport vehicle drivers and other relevant personnel to participate in hazardous waste environment
Training in management and emergency rescue of environmental accidents.
4.2 Collection
4.2.1 Lead storage battery manufacturers should adopt independent recycling, joint recycling or entrusted recycling modes, through their own sales channels or regenerated lead
The network established by enterprises and professional collection companies to collect waste lead batteries at the end of consumption can increase the collection rate by adopting methods such as "selling one, collecting one".
Recycling lead companies can build a network to collect waste lead batteries through self-built or cooperation with professional collection companies.
4.2.2 Collecting enterprises can set up waste lead storage battery collection outlets in the collection area, and build waste lead storage battery centralized transfer points to facilitate transfer.
4.2.3 The following precautions should be taken during the collection of waste lead storage batteries to avoid environmental pollution accidents.
a) Waste lead storage batteries should be packaged reasonably to prevent damage and electrolyte leakage during transportation.
b) If the waste lead storage battery is damaged or the electrolyte leaks, the waste lead storage battery and its leakage should be stored in an acid-proof container.
4.3 Transportation
4.3.1 Waste lead storage battery transportation enterprises shall implement the relevant national regulations on the management of dangerous goods transportation,
Ability to deal with leaks or other accidents. Special transportation vehicles that meet the requirements should be used to transport waste lead storage batteries. Road transport vehicles should be
Corresponding signs should be hung in accordance with the provisions of GB 13392; during railway and water transportation, corresponding signs should be hung outside the container in accordance with the provisions of GB 190.
Waste lead batteries that meet the requirements of national transportation and environmental protection regulations are exempted from transportation enterprise qualifications, professional vehicles and employee qualifications
Grid and other road dangerous goods transportation management requirements.
4.3.2 The waste lead storage battery transportation enterprise shall formulate detailed transportation plans and routes, and formulate accident emergency plans, equipped with accident emergency and personal protection
Protection equipment to ensure that environmental pollution can be effectively prevented when accidents occur during collection and transportation.
4.3.3 Effective packaging measures should be taken during the transportation of waste lead storage batteries. The damaged waste lead storage batteries should be placed in a corrosion-resistant container, and the necessary measures should be taken.
The necessary measures to prevent wind, rain, leakage and spillage.
4.4 Temporary storage and storage
4.4.1 Based on the particularity of the waste lead storage battery collection process and its environmental risks, it can be divided into two methods. temporary storage at collection sites and storage at centralized transfer points.
4.4.2 The temporary storage time of collection outlets should not exceed 90 days, and the weight should not exceed 3 tons; the longest storage time of centralized transfer points should not exceed 1 year.
The storage scale should be smaller than the design capacity of the storage site.
4.4.3 The temporary storage facilities of collection outlets shall meet the following requirements.
a) A special storage area should be divided, with an area of not less than 3m2.
b) There are measures to prevent the damage of waste lead batteries and electrolyte leakage, hardened ground and corrosion-resistant packaging containers.
d) Post reminder information and warning signs for the collection of waste lead-acid batteries in prominent locations.
4.4.4 The storage facilities at the centralized transfer point of waste lead storage batteries shall be subjected to environmental impact assessment, and construction and management shall be carried out in accordance with the relevant requirements of GB 18597.
Management, meet the following requirements.
a) It should be protected from rain and must be far away from other water and heat sources.
b) The area is not less than 30m2, with hardened ground and necessary anti-seepage measures.
c) There should be interception tanks, diversion channels, temporary emergency tanks and waste liquid collection systems.
d) It should be equipped with communication equipment, metering equipment, lighting facilities, and video surveillance facilities.
e) Warning signs should be set up, and only specialized personnel who collect waste lead storage batteries are allowed to enter.
f) There should be an exhaust ventilation system to ensure good ventilation.
g) Corrosion-resistant, non-destructive special containers should be equipped for separate storage of open-ended lead-acid batteries and damaged sealed
Type maintenance-free waste lead batteries.
4.4.5 It is forbidden to stack the waste lead storage battery in the open field to avoid the waste lead storage battery being exposed to rain.
5 Requirements for construction and clean production of secondary lead enterprises
5.1 General requirements
5.1.1 The construction of secondary lead enterprises should undergo sufficient technical and economic demonstration and pass environmental impact assessment, including environmental risk assessment.
5.1.2 The determination of the production scale and the selection of detailed technical routes for secondary lead enterprises should be based on the
The level of economic development, overall urban planning, technological advancement, etc. shall be reasonably determined; the scale of new, renovated, and expanded secondary lead projects shall comply with the "Production
Industry Structure Adjustment Guidance Catalogue (2019).
5.1.3 The utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries should adopt mature and reliable technologies, processes and equipment to ensure stable operation, convenient maintenance, economical and reasonable
protect environment. It is prohibited to use outdated equipment that is immediately eliminated according to the national industrial policy.
5.1.4 Enterprises without the ability to regenerate lead shall not dismantle waste lead batteries.
5.2 Site selection requirements
5.2.1 The site selection shall comply with environmental protection laws and regulations and relevant statutory planning requirements.
5.2.2 Recycled lead companies should not be selected in the ecological
Protect the red line area, permanent basic farmland concentration area and other areas that need special protection.
5.2.3 The site selection should also meet the following conditions.
a) It should meet the engineering geological conditions, hydrogeological conditions and meteorological conditions of the project construction, and should not be selected for seismic faults, landslides, and debris
Currents, swamps, quicksand, mining hidden areas and residential areas dominate the wind upwind direction.
b) The site selection should comprehensively consider factors such as traffic, transportation distance, land use status, and infrastructure conditions.
c) Should not be threatened by floods, tides or waterlogging, or have reliable flood control and drainage measures.
d) There should be water sources for production and living nearby.
e) Power supply should be guaranteed nearby.
5.3 Requirements for facility construction
5.3.1 The secondary lead enterprise shall include the pretreatment system, lead smelting system, environmental protection facilities, and corresponding supporting engineering and production management facilities.
5.3.2 Warning signs should be set up in accordance with the requirements of GB 15562.2 at the entrances and exits, storage facilities and disposal sites of recycled lead enterprises.
5.3.3 An isolation enclosure structure should be set up at the legal boundary to prevent the entry of irrelevant persons, poultry and pets.
5.3.4 Waste lead storage battery storage warehouses and workshops should be designed with micro-negative pressure, and indoor exhaust air must be purified to reach GB 31574
After the requirements are discharged. In principle, the storage time of waste lead batteries shall not exceed 1 year. The storage capacity of waste lead battery storage warehouse should not be lower than utilization
Utilization and disposal of disposal facilities on 15 days.
5.3.5 The lead recovery rate of secondary lead enterprises should be greater than 98%, and the specific calculation refers to the relevant provisions of the "Cleaner Production Evaluation Index System for the Secondary Lead Industry".
5.3.6 The process of regenerating lead should adopt closed smelting equipment or hydrometallurgical process equipment, and produce under negative pressure to prevent exhaust gas from escaping.
5.3.7 There should be complete wastewater and waste gas treatment facilities, alarm systems and emergency treatment devices to ensure that waste water and waste gas meet the requirements of GB 31574.
Discharge after request.
5.3.8 Regenerated lead enterprises shall carry out environmental monitoring in accordance with the law, and install particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides (in NO2) at the main exhaust gas outlets
Automatic monitoring equipment, other discharge outlets with conditions should be equipped with automatic monitoring equipment, and manual monitoring should be used if it cannot be installed.
5.3.9 Regenerated lead enterprises shall carry out environmental monitoring in accordance with the law, and install the flow rate, pH value, chemical oxygen demand, ammonia nitrogen automatic monitoring of the total discharge outlet of production wastewater.
Other discharge outlets where conditions permit should be equipped with automatic monitoring equipment, and manual monitoring should be used if they cannot be installed.
5.4 Cleaner production requirements
5.4.1 Newly built, renovated and expanded secondary lead enterprises shall strictly follow the production process determined by the national cleaner production related laws, standards and technical specifications
And equipment indicators, resources and energy consumption indicators, comprehensive resource utilization indicators, product characteristics indicators, pollutant generation indicators (before end treatment),
Construction and production of cleaner production management indicators. Existing enterprises should implement mandatory clean production audits in accordance with the law, and gradually eliminate outdated technologies,
Process and equipment with high energy consumption, low comprehensive utilization rate of resources and serious environmental pollution.
5.4.2 Recycled lead enterprises should actively promote the upgrading and transformation of processes, technologies and equipment, and actively promote more advanced cleaner production technologies.
6 Pollution control requirements for secondary lead enterprises
6.1 Pollution control requirements in the process
6.1.1 Pretreatment
6.1.1.1 The utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries should be pre-treated, and then metallurgical methods should be used to process lead-containing materials such as lead paste.
6.1.1.2 The pretreatment of waste lead storage battery generally includes crushing, separation, etc. The process should meet the following requirements.
a) Recycled lead enterprises should pre-treat waste lead batteries with shells and strengthen the control of unorganized emissions from raw materials sites.
c) The crushing process of waste lead storage battery should ensure that the lead grid, connector, battery box and acid electrolyte in the battery are in the subsequent steps
It is easy to be separated.
d) The broken lead and its compounds should be separated from other raw materials.
6.1.1.3 Manual crushing of waste lead storage batteries is not allowed, and crushing operations in the open air are prohibited.
6.1.1.4 Solid wastes such as waste plastics, waste lead grids, waste lead paste, waste separators, waste electrolytes, etc. generated during the dismantling process should be collected and treated separately.
And have clear records of their respective whereabouts.
6.1.1.5 The waste electrolyte in the waste lead storage battery shall be collected and disposed of, and shall not be discharged into the sewer or environment.
6.1.1.6 The ground of the pretreatment workshop must be hardened, anti-corrosive and anti-leakage treatment.
6.1.2 Lead recycling
6.1.2.1 The pre-treated battery fragments containing metallic lead, lead oxide, lead sulfate and other metals can be processed by pyrometallurgical engineering.
Metallic lead is extracted from the mixture by the art or hydrometallurgical process. Waste lead paste and waste lead grid should be smelted separately; low temperature should be used for smelting of waste lead grid
Smelting technology.
6.1.2.2 The lead recovery process should adopt advanced technology with advanced technology and equipment, high equipment energy efficiency, high comprehensive utilization rate of resources, and high level of pollution prevention and control.
It is not allowed to use backward processes with low equipment energy efficiency, small processing capacity, low comprehensive utilization rate of resources, serious environmental pollution, and high energy consumption.
6.1.2.3 Pyrometallurgy
a) Use pyrometallurgical process to recover lead, and its tail gas should be discharged after purification treatment to meet the requirements of GB 31574, which can affect the smelting process
The generated flue gas containing sulfur dioxide is collected and utilized in a centralized manner.
b) The pyrometallurgical smelting process should adopt closed smelting equipment. The amount of smelting medium and reducing medium added should be strictly controlled to ensure
Remove all sulfur and other impurities and reduce all lead oxides.
c) Adopt pyrometallurgical process to utilize and dispose of waste lead storage batteries, and the smelting process should be carried out under negative pressure to avoid harmful gas and powder
If dust escapes, the collected gas should be purified and discharged after meeting the requirements of GB 31574.
6.1.2.4 Hydrometallurgy
a) For the pre-desulfurization-electrodeposition process, it is advisable to desulfurize the lead sulfate in the waste lead paste, and convert the lead dioxide into lead oxide, and then the lead
Transfer to lead-rich electrolyte and obtain electrolytic lead products through electrolytic deposition.
b) For the process of reducing lead by solid phase electrolysis, the reduced lead paste should be filled in the cathode frame, and the solid phase in the lead paste should be removed during electrolysis.
Lead substances are directly reduced to metallic lead.
c) It is advisable to collect the crystalline or sponge-like electrolytic deposits of lead and press them into high-purity lead cakes, and then send them to the furnace for casting into ingots, or
Directly cast into ingots.
d) Using hydrometallurgical process to utilize and dispose of waste lead batteries, the exhaust gas should be dedusted and acid mist purified to reach the GB 31574
Discharge after request.
6.2 End pollution control requirements
6.2.1 Air pollution control
a) Lead fume, lead dust and acid mist generated by all processes of a regenerated lead enterprise shall be discharged after collection and treatment. Lead smoke and lead in exhaust gas
Dust should be treated with two or more stages. The collected dust can be directly returned to the recycled lead production system.
b) Sulfur dioxide shall be discharged after collection and treatment using advanced and mature desulfurization technology and equipment.
c) The exhaust gas emissions of recycled lead enterprises should meet the requirements of GB 31574.
d) During the smelting of recycled lead, the chlorine content in the raw materials should be controlled, and the discharge of pollutants such as dioxins should be controlled.
6.2.2 Pollution control of acid electrolyte and spilled liquid
a) If neutralization is adopted, the neutralization slag should be returned to the smelting furnace for disposal.
b) Recycled lead enterprises should build wastewater treatment stations to treat acid electrolytes, production wastewater, rainwater,
Waste lead battery storage facilities overflow, etc. The acid electrolyte can enter the sewage treatment system for treatment, and the untreated acid electrolyte must not be discharged directly.
c) Wastewater collection and transportation should be separated from rain and sewage, and the initial rainwater in the production area should be collected and treated separately. Floor flushing water in the production area,
Laundry wastewater and shower water in the factory area should be treated as production wastewater containing heavy metals (lead, cadmium, arsenic, etc.), and collected
Arsenic, etc.) production wastewater treatment facilities shall not be mixed with domestic sewage.
d) Production wastewater containing heavy metals (lead, cadmium, arsenic, etc.) shall be treated or reused in its production workshop or facility.
After meeting the requirements of GB 31574, discharge; other pollutants shall meet the requirements of GB 31574 at the total discharge outlet of the plant; production wastewater should be
All recycled.
6.2.3 Control of solid waste pollution
a) The smelting residue, waste sulfate, waste gas purification ash, waste water treatment waste generated during the utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries should be properly treated.
Mud, sorting residues, lead dust, waste activated carbon, waste lead paste, waste partitions, lead-containing waste labor insurance products (waste masks, gloves, work clothes, etc.)
And lead-containing waste such as packaging with lead dust, and solid waste such as hydrometallurgical fluorine-containing waste acid.
b) The smelting scum produced by the smelting of recycled lead and the alloy slag produced during the alloy preparation process should be returned to the smelting process;
Smoke (dust) that does not contain arsenic or cadmium should be returned to the smelting batching system in a sealed manner or the valuable metals should be extracted directly by hydrometallurgical methods.
6.2.4 Noise pollution control
a) The main noise equipment, such as crushers, pumps, fans, etc., should adopt basic shock absorption, noise reduction and sound insulation measures.
b) The noise at the plant boundary should meet the requirements of GB 12348.
6.2.5 Unorganized discharge pollution control
a) If there is electrolyte leakage during the collection and transportation of waste lead batteries, the leakage should be recovered in time, using caustic soda and quicklime
After the alkaline substances are neutralized, the neutralized substances are collected and processed to avoid environmental pollution.
b) In process design and engineering design, fugitive emissions should be controlled. The production workshop should implement a micro-negative pressure design, and the exhaust gas
Concentrate through branch pipelines to the main pipeline, and finally achieve the requirements of GB 31574 after purification treatment.
c) The waste lead storage battery storage of the regenerated lead enterprise should be in a state of slight negative pressure, and the sulfuric acid mist and particulate matter generated should be purified and treated in a centralized manner.
Meet the requirements of GB 31574.
d) The waste lead storage battery crushing and sorting workshop should be in a slight negative pressure state, and the sulfuric acid mist and particulate matter should be concentrated and purified to reach GB
31574 requirements.
e) Perform regular or irregular inspections, and take timely measures to reduce unorganized emissions if unorganized emissions are found.
f) At the unorganized discharge site, take effective measures to incorporate harmful emissions into the organized discharge system.
7 Operational environmental management requirements for recycled lead enterprises
7.1 Basic operating conditions
7.1.1 The regenerated lead enterprises engaged in the utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries shall not be allowed to operate until they have obtained a hazardous waste business license in accordance with the law;
It is prohibited to engage in the utilization and disposal of waste lead-acid batteries without a business license or not in accordance with the provisions of the business license.
7.1.2 There are complete pollution control rules and regulations for the utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries.
7.1.3 Establish an investigation system for hidden soil pollution hazards in accordance with the law.
7.1.4 Possess the main pollutant monitoring capability and monitoring equipment.
7.2 Personnel training
7.2.1 Recycled lead enterprises shall provide operators, technicians and management personnel with relevant theoretical knowledge and operational skills training on ecological environment protection.
7.2.2 The training content should include the following aspects.
(1) General requirements
a) Ecological and environmental laws and regulations related to the utilization and disposal of waste lead batteries.
c) The importance of environmental protection for the utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries.
(2) The training of operators and technicians should also include.
a) The emission standards that the pollutants generated during the utilization and disposal of waste lead batteries should meet.
b) The theoretical knowledge and basic working principles of equipment related to the utilization and disposal of waste lead storage batteries.
7.3 Acceptance requirements for waste lead batteries
7.3.1 Strictly implement the hazardous waste transfer order system when receiving waste lead batteries.
7.3.2 During on-site handover, the type and weight of waste lead storage batteries should be carefully checked, and whether they are consistent with the information on the hazardous waste transfer form.
7.3.3 Recycled lead enterprises shall register the waste lead batteries received in a timely manner.
7.4 Operation registration requirements
7.4.1 Recycling lead enterprises should establish a record book of hazardous waste operations, detailing the daily receipt, storage, utilization or disposal of waste lead batteries
The type, weight, accident or other abnormal conditions, etc., and in accordance with the relevant provisions of the hazardous waste transfer form, the transfer that needs to be archived
Joint single. The hazardous waste business record book and the hazardous waste transfer form shall be kept at the same time.
7.4.2 The operation status of the production facilities of the secondary lead enterprise and the production activity records of utilization and disposal shall include the following contents.
a) Hazardous waste transfer form record.
b) Registration records of the acceptance of waste lead batteries.
c) Records of the vehicle license plate number, source, weight, arrival time, and departure time of waste lead storage batteries entering the factory.
d) Record of environmental monitoring data.
7.5 Monitoring requirements
7.5.1 The secondary lead enterprise shall establish an enterprise monitoring system and formulate monitoring
Plan, carry out self-monitoring of pollutant discharge status, save original monitoring records, and publish monitoring results.
7.5.2 The main pollutant emission monitoring of pyrometallurgical process and hydrometallurgical process of recycled lead enterprises shall meet the relevant requirements of HJ 863.4.
See Appendix A and Appendix B. See Appendix C for environmental monitoring requirements for recycled lead companies.
8 Environmental emergency plan
8.1 Waste lead storage battery collection companies, transportation companies, and regenerated lead companies should follow the requirements of the "Guidelines for the Preparation of Emergency Plan for Hazardous Waste Management Units"
It is required to formulate environmental emergency plans, and regularly conduct training and drills.
8.2 The environmental emergency plan shall at least include the following contents.
a) Environmental emergency plan when an accident occurs during the collection of waste lead storage batteries.
b) Environmental emergency plan when an accident occurs during the storage of waste lead batteries.
c) Environmental emergency plan when an accident occurs during the transportation of waste lead batteries.
d) Environmental emergency plan for the use and disposal of waste lead storage batteries and equipment failures or accidents.
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