The submission deadline for tone-kilometre Monitoring plans for aircraft operators who perform additional flights within Croatia and from/to non-EU countries is open and Plan could be submitted till 30 November 2011
The aircraft operators who wish to apply need to submit for approval their tonne-km monitoring plans for additional emission and they are obliged to monitor and report tonne-km data for additional flights in 2012, to the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction in hard copy, signed by the authorised person and stamped with the company stamp, on the following address: Ulica Republike Austrije 20, 10000 Zagreb, Republic of Croatia, and by e-mail to Ms Madlena Ožanić to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Aircraft operators are requested to use the following templates for monitoring and reporting the tonne-km data for the additional flights in 2012: Monitoring plan for tonne-kilometre data
and Report of tonne-kilometre data
. Only the additional tonne-km data related to internal Croatian flights and flights between Croatia and non-EEA third countries should be included.
Monitoring plans for tonne-km data and report tonne-km data can be submitted on English language.
The application for free allocation of emission allowances for the trading period between 2013 and 2020 and for each subsequent trading period and verified emission reports must be submitted on on Croatian language.
Preparations of Plan for monitoring and reporting on tonne-kilometre data and the Plan for monitoring and reporting on greenhouse gas emissions are performing according to the COMMISSION DECISION 2009/339/EC.
EU VERIFIERS IN CROATIA
Regarding the verification of the report, according to the Ordinance on requirements for issuing approvals to legal persons for performing professional environmental protection activities (OG NO 57/10), foreign legal persons (foreign verifiers) which have their seat or domicile in the European Economic Area (hereinafter referred to as the Contracting States of the EEA) may perform the verification in Croatia if they submit an intention letter of concluding contracts with customers to the Croatian Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction, with the relevant evidence:
The notice shall be submitted in Croatian and the evidence will be submitted in original and translated into Croatian by an authorized person, and to send by post on following address: Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction, Ulica Republike Austrije 20, 10000 Zagreb, Republic of Croatia.
Verification of emission reports must be performed according to the EA-6/03 - EA Document for Recognition of Verifiers under the EU ETS Directive and in accordance with the detailed requirements set by Member States under Annex V to Directive 2003/87/EK.
For any additional question please send e- mail on email@example.com
, or contact by phone 00385 1 3717 136.
List of AO with approval of the TKM Plan