If you run a company in the Netherlands that has a combustion plant (for example a (central-heating) boiler, gas turbine or process furnace) or waste incinerator, or you have one installed, you must abide by rules on air emissions, inspection, measurements and maintenance.
The Activities Decree (Activiteitenbesluit) lays down the environmental regulations for combustion plants and waste incinerators as well as inspection, soil protection, energy consumption and discharge requirements. As of 1 January 2017 medium-sized combustion plants should comply with the Decree's emission standards.
Regulations on inspection and maintenance
If your company has a new combustion plant installed, an accredited assessor or a certified installation company must demonstrate that you do not exceed the emission limits. A SCIOS-certified company (PDF) must carry out the inspection and monitor the maintenance. SCIOS is the Certification Inspection and Maintenance Combustion Plants Foundation. Your combustion plant’s capacity determines the frequency of inspections you need.