Mercury: Which restrictions welcome compliance?

Brown coal power plants in Germany have to maintain a certain level in order to limit the impact of mercury on the environment. What are the restrictions and when do they come into effect is shown in this graphic.

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Quecksilbergrenzwerte: Bundes-Immissionsschutzverordnung: 30 Mikrogramm, IED-Richtline: 10 Mikrogramm, BVT-Merkblätter: 1 bis 7 Mikrogramm; Inhalt der Minamata-Konvention

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