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Component 5.2 Harald Marent, Veronika Koller-Kreimel, Austrian Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water ManagementEdith Hödl-Kreuzbauer, Stephan Nemetz, Austrian Environment Agency

EU-Twinning Project RO2006/IB/EN-09 “Implementation and Enforcement of the Environmental Acquis

at National Level and Coordination of 8 Regional Twinning Projects, Phase II”

Workshop on reporting obligations in the

water acquis communautaire –

Draft River Basin Management Plan & WISE

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Seite 2 20.04.23

Component 5.2 Harald Marent, Veronika Koller-Kreimel, Austrian Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water ManagementEdith Hödl-Kreuzbauer, Stephan Nemetz, Austrian Environment Agency

EU-Twinning Project RO2006/IB/EN-09 “Implementation and Enforcement of the Environmental Acquis

at National Level and Coordination of 8 Regional Twinning Projects, Phase II”

RBMP 2009 / 2010Elaboration 2007 – 2010 in AustriaHarald Marent & Ernst Überreiter

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Workshop RBMP / BucharestPage 3 November, 06th-07th 2007

Structure

• Principles• Documents• Principle of the WFD and Report• Structure of the Report• Content for each Chapter / Reporting Data Sheets

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RBMP – Principles (1)

• Structure follows Annex VII WFD• Content because of the Reporting Data Sheets• Aggregation levels: Nationwide, 3 RBD and 8 National

Planning Areas• All Waters (> 100 km2 and < 100 km2) are in the same

maps and tables• First “Draft RBMP” must be delivered to the Federal

States latest by March 22nd 2008• The RBMP is addressed to the interested Public. The

language has to be “common” and “easy”.

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RBMP – Principles (2)

Decision in Austria:• RBMP itself very short (Summary – approx. 150 – 200

pages planned)• Text blocks in the RBMP should be useable (1:1) for the

WISE ACCESS tool• All other Information (Text and Tables):

– Background Documents (e.g. Methodology, Tables) are Annexes of the RBMP. These Documents can be in a “technical language”.

• Maps

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Documents …

… used to define the RBMP content• WFD and the Reporting Data Sheets• Gap Analysis:

– Requests by the European Commission for the RBMP (Reporting Data Sheets) and the

– Content of the delivered “old” WFD Reports 2004 (Article 3), 2005 (Article 5) und 2007 (Article 8).

• Assessment of the delivered WFD reports (Article 3 and 5) by the EC in 2007 (identified key gaps of data/information)

• New policies (Water Scarcity / Drought, Climate Change)• Other Reports (e.g. Rhine, Elbe)

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Document – Preparation in the Ministry (1)

“From the Big to the Small” (Top Down approach)

Main Index

Structure follows Annex VII WFD

Detailed Index• (Sub-)Chapters are closed in itself• Basis of the requests (Annex VII, Reporting Data

Sheets)

- Table with confrontation on the Information, the EC demanded (left column) and that, column argues, on the part of Austria already reported information

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Document – Preparation in the Ministry (2)

Table:

Existing texts should be used for summaries

Content defined by the EC Content already delivered by Austria and/or to be developed

Info Box with proposed content

a) Summary text

b) Data (Tables, lists, etc.)

c) Geographical Information (tables, maps, etc.)

Already Delivered information by Austria (e.g. maps, tables, text information, etc.)

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Document – Preparation in the Ministry (3)

Reporting Data Sheets- Draft Table of Contents for 2010 Reporting Guidance- Collection of Reporting Sheets for 2010 Reporting Guidance

The arrangement corresponds to the arrangement of the Report

The structure of the RDS follows always following pattern:

What (the content) is required;

Why are the contents required (indication of type. the WRRL);

How (in which form) the contents are required,

a) Geographical information (for example maps M 1:250.000)

b) Tables / data

c) Summarizing texts (maximum sign number pretended)

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Principle of the WFD and the Report

Work and Timetable – similar to modern Management Tools

1. Analysis of the present situation

2. Objectives (goals / aims by 2015, 2021, 2027)

3. GAP Analysis: Present – Future Situation

4. Plan and take Measures to reach the objectives

5. Resources (Personal, Money, etc.)

6. Project Controlling

7. Assessment

8. Update

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Principle of the WFD and the Report

1. First risk analysis (Article 5) – WB at risk, not at risk- Monitoring of the Waters following WFD rules (Article 8)

2. Objectives (goals / aims by 2015, 2021, 2027)- Status of the Water Bodies

3. GAP Analysis: Present – Future Situation

4. Programme of Measures- Timetable- Costs of Measures- Priority List

5. Planning the Resources (Personal, Money, etc.)

6. Project Controlling

7. Assessment by the Member States and the European Commission

8. Update (Article 5 and 13)

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The report – Index / Structure (1)

I Imprint

II (Executive) Summary (with key results and messages)

III Index

IV Preamble (e.g. Introduction by the Minister, etc.)

0. Summary Description of the RBMP

1. General Description / characteristics of the River Basin District

1.1 Surface Waters

1.2 Groundwater

2. Summary of significant pressures and impacts of human activity

2.1 Surface Waters

2.2 Groundwater

3. (Identification and mapping of) Protected Areas

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The report – Index / Structure (2)

4. (map of the) Monitoring Networks and the results of the monitoring programs for

4.1 Surface Waters (ecological and chemical)

4.2 Groundwater (chemical and quantitative)

4.3 Protected Areas

5. Environmental Objectives established for

5.1 Surface waters

5.2 Groundwater

5.3 Protected Areas

6. Summary of the Economic Analysis of water services /uses

7. Summary of the Program or Programs of Measures (PoM)

8. Register of any more detailed programs and Management Plans for the River Basin District

9. Summary of the Public Information and Consultation and the results

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The report – Index / Structure (3)

10. List of Competent Authorities

11.Contact Points and procedures for obtaining the background documentation and information

12. Management plan for “Water Scarcity and Drought”

13. “Climate Change”

14. Authors

15. Literature

Other Parts of the RBMP (e.g. Annexes)

- Maps

- Tables

- (Background) Text

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The Report – OLD and New contents

Main Index – most important parts / chapters

Information delivered (green) new Content (blue)

1 A general description of the characteristics of the river basin districts

Art. 3

Art. 5

2 Summary of significant pressures and impact of human activity

Art. 5

3 Protected Areas Art. 5

4 map of the monitoring networks, and the results of the monitoring programs

Art. 8

NEW

5 list of the environmental objectives

NEW

6 Summary of the economic analysis of water services

Art. 5

NEW

7 Programme of Measures NEW

8 register of any more detailed programs and management plans

NEW

9 summary of the public information and consultation measures and their results

NEW

10 list of competent authorities Art. 3

11 contact points and procedures for obtaining the background documentation and information

NEW

12 Management plans - Water Scarcity and Drought

NEW

13 Climate Change (and Water) NEW

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Reporting Data Sheets (1)

• RBMP 1• SWB 1; SWB 2; GWB 1; GWD 1• SWPI 1; SWPI 2; SWPI 3; SWPI 4; SWPI 5; SWPI 6;

SWPI 7; SWPI 8; SWPI 9• GWPI 1; GWPI 2; GWPI 3; GWPI 4; GWPI 5; GWPI 6;

GWPI 7; GWPI 8; GWPI 9; GWPI 10; GWPI 11• RPA 1• SWM 1; SWM 2, SWM 3• GWM 1; GWM 2• SWO 1; SWO 2• GWO 1; GWO 2• ECO 1; ECO 2• POM 1• (PP 1); CA 1

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Reporting Data Sheets (2)

How to read the abbreviations:• RBMP … River Basin Management Plan• SWB ... Surface Water Bodies• GWB … Groundwater Bodies • GWD … (Requirements of the) Groundwater Directive• SWPI … Surface Waters (Bodies) Pressures and Impacts• GWPI … Groundwater (Bodies) Pressures and Impacts• RPA … Register of Protected Areas• SWM … Surface Water (Bodies) Monitoring• GWM … Groundwater (Bodies) Monitoring• SWO … Surface Water (Bodies) Objectives• GWO … Groundwater (Bodies) Objectives• ECO … Economic (Analysis of Water Services)• POM … Programme of Measures• (PP … Public Participation)• CA … Competent Authorities

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Content - Reporting Data Sheets (1)

Find the Link between

• Content of the Report• Index / Chapters• Reporting Data Sheets• Other Information / Documents about the RBMP

Key Work in the development of the RBMP for Austria.

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Content - Reporting Data Sheets (2)

Important development for the RBMP

• Statistic information on RBD and on Sub-Unit level required (for AT: Nationwide, (national part of) River Basin District level – Danube, Rhine and Elbe; Sub-Unit level – 8 national planning areas)

• also – detailed information asked for (e.g. abstracted volume for each point)

• Extra “GIS Data Sheet” developed

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (1)

0. Summary description of River Basin Management Plan

RBMP 1 NEW for 2010

(RBD 1(RBD 1 Article 5 - deleted) Article 5 - deleted)

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (2)

RBMP 1 – Summary description of the RBMP

New Content defined by the EC – Requests:

Data (e.g. in an table): Dates of publication of the timetable, work programme and consultation measures; Interim overview of significant water management issues; Draft copies of the RBMP, Final RBMP.

Textual information:• Summary description of the (international) river basin district and the development of the

RBMP – maximum 20.000 characters

• Brief summary of the register of the programs and management plans for the RBD, including sub-basins, sub-units, sectors, etc. – maximum 5.000 characters

• RBMP – justifications (only to be completed if relevant) – 4 text parts with at least 11.000 characters

• Summary information about the Public Participation – maximum 5.000 characters and the assessment of experiences – maximum 2.000 characters

• Brief summary on the planned process of preparation of the first update of the RBMP – maximum 2.000 characters

• Hyperlinks to background documents

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (3)

1. A general description of the characteristics of the river basin districts

1.1 Surface Waters

SWB 1 Article 5 Report

SWB 2 Article 5 Report

(SWB 3(SWB 3 Article 5 Report – in SWB 1)Article 5 Report – in SWB 1)

(SWB 4(SWB 4 Article 5 Report – deleted)Article 5 Report – deleted)

1.2 Groundwater

GWB 1 Article 5 Report

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (4)

SWB 1 – Identification of Surface Water Bodies, Artificial (AWB) and Heavily Modified Water Bodies (HMWB)

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Are there new results with reference to the typology?

Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps necessary? (e.g. only for small waters)

Geographical Data: see GIS Data sheet

Data:• For each category (i.e. river, lake, coastal and transitional surface water, HMWB and

AWB), number of possible types created by the typology.• For each category (i.e. river, lake, coastal and transitional surface water) the number of

water bodies occurring in each type in the river basin district and sub-unit.

Textual Information:• Typology consistent with System A or B – maximum 15.000 characters, if System B has

been used provide a list of the taken factors and for HMWB/AWB and small water bodies• For international RBD: coordination yes / no; yes; 5.000 characters

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (4a)

SWB 1 – (Provisional) Identification of Artificial and Heavily Modified Water Bodies (HMWB)

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Definitive, no more temporary, identification of HMWB

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Is there a Methodology for the definitive identification existing?

How and Who will identify the HMWB definitive?

Small water bodies – provisional or definitive identification as HMWB?

Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps necessary? (e.g. only for small waters)

Remark: Austria will not finish the definition of AW and HMWB for the 1st RBMP.

Reason:

We cannot “serious” identify all HMWB and AW because of less data and information.

In the RBMP maps and tables:

“definitive (no) HMWB/AW”, “maybe HMWB/AW”, “preliminary identification of HMWB/AW”

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (5)

SWB 2 – Typology of surface water bodies

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps necessary? (e.g. only for small waters)

Geographic Information:

See GIS-Date sheet

Data:

Defined list in the RDS – more or less Statistic information (e.g. number or WBs, List of types)

Textual Information:

A brief summary of the methodology and / or criteria used to delineate surface water bodies (e.g. size, river confluence, etc.) – 5.000 characters

Coordination in international RBDs given yes/no

Hyperlinks to other (background) documents.

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (6)

GWB 1 – Identification/delineation of groundwater bodies

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: Are changes or new results to be covered in the report?

Are additional maps foreseen?

Geographic Information:

See GIS data sheet

Data:

Statistic information (e.g. number or GWBs, average area of GWBs)

Textual Information:

Short summaries describing the methodology used to delineate groundwater bodies (criteria) – 5.000 characters.

Hyperlinks to other (background) documents.

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (7)

2 Summary of significant pressures and impacts of human activities

2.1 Surface Waters

SWPI 1 - SWPI 9 Article 5 Report, updated for Article 10 Report

2.2 Groundwater

GWPI 1 - GWPI 11 Article 5 Report, updated for Article 10 Report

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (8)

SWPI 1 – Summary of Pressure Types Causing Water Bodies to Fail to Reach Good Status

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Is information about “loads” possible (main Criticism point form the EC)

Are these information possible for small waters?

Is there a methodology for small waters?

Data information:

Statistic information (number of SWBs of each RBD and sub-unit) and very detailed list of pressures

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (9)

(SWPI 2 – Identification of surface water bodies at risk)

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps foreseen?

Remark:

Risk analysis is finished, but Austria has to update the risk analysis for small water bodies!

Geographic information:

For each WB – information about the classification (risk, no risk, maybe at risk) and the reason why the WB is at risk

Textual information:

Methodology used for the classification of the WB.

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (10)

SWPI 3 – Significant point source pollution on surface waters

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Are information on loads / discharges possible?

Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps foreseen?

Geographic Information:

GIS Location of the significant sources – see GIS Data sheet

Data:• The estimated total number of significant point sources and of loads in the river basin

district and sub units – definition of significant• The percentage (number) of water bodies at risk as a result of point source pollution;• Statistic information for annual loads for each significant point source

Textual Information:• Methodology used for identifying main point sources identified as significant – 5.000

characters

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (11)

SWPI 4 – Significant diffuse source pollution on surface waters

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Are information on loads possible?

Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps foreseen?

Geographic Information:• See GIS Data sheet; Unique code (and location) for all WBs, affected by significant diffuse

sources

Data:• Data should be delivered through SoE Reporting!

Textual Information:• Summary text - Methodology, screening criteria, models etc. used for identifying significant

diffuse sources – 5.000 characters

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (12)

SWPI 5 – Significant water abstractions from surface water

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Are information on abstractions possible?

Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps foreseen?

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data: on RBD and sub-unit level• Number and volume for each significant abstraction point and on sub-unit level, detailed

list in RDS

Textual Information:• Summary for Methodology, screening criteria, models etc. used for identifying significant

diffuse sources – 5.000 characters

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (13)

SWPI 6 – Significant Water Flow Regulations and Morphological Alterations

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Is the methodology differently for the small waters to that of the big one(s)?

Are additional maps foreseen?

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data:

No data requried

Textual Information:

Summary text - Methodology, screening criteria, numerical models, Pressure and impact quantification tools, State assessment tools etc. used for identifying significant diffuse sources, 5.000 characters

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (14)

SWPI 7 – Other Pressures on Surface Waters Not Covered by Other Reporting Sheets

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: --

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data:

Statistical information (e.g. number of SWB failing good status/good potential)

Textual Information:• Summary text for identifying these pressures and plan of actions put in place – 10.000

characters

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (15)

SWPI 8 – Assessment of the impacts on surface water bodies

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: --

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Textual Information:• A summary of the main environmental impacts occurring in the RBD as a result of

significant pressure may be provided on a voluntary basis – 5.000 characters• A summary of the methodology used for identifying significant impacts should be provided.

This should include a description of the following where appropriate: Numerical models; Quantification tools; State assessment tools; Data sources (e.g. whether existing data were used or whether data was collected specifically for the purpose); and Expert judgment – 5.000 characters

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (16)

SWPI 9 – Uncertainties and data gaps

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Questions: Open points existing, e.g. monitoring of small water bodies

Textual Information:• A summary text of the main uncertainties and data gaps identified in the process since

2005 if there are still some – 5.000 characters• List of uncertainties and data gaps• List of planned actions to address uncertainties and data gaps

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (17)

GWPI 1 – Summary of Pressure Types Causing Groundwater Bodies to Fail to Reach Good Status

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents Questions: Are information on loads possible? (main criticism point from the EC)

Data:• Statistic data (e.g. number of water bodies in a RBD failing good status because of each

pressure)• Very detailed list of pressures given

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (18)

GWPI 2 – Identification of groundwater bodies at risk

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

Remark:

Risk analysis is finished and Austria will update the risk analysis if needed (e.g. splitting of one GWB)

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Chapters - Reporting Data Sheets (19)

GWPI 3 – Relevant point source pollution to groundwater

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents (e.g. in Austria 2 UWTP significant)

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

Are information on loads possible? (main criticism point from the EC)

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data:• Relevant number of point source pollution in a RBD

Textual Information:• Summary of Methodology, screening criteria, models etc. used for identifying significant

point sources – 5.000 characters• Provide a list of pollutants discharged to the groundwater bodies from the relevant point

sources where thresholds have been established and, where available, an indication of the loads.

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GWPI 4 – relevant diffuse source pollution in groundwater

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

Are information on loads possible? (main criticism point from the EC)

Geographic Information:

see GIS Data sheet

Data:• No data required

Textual Information:• Summary text - Methodology, screening criteria, models etc. used for identifying significant

diffuse sources – 5.000 characters• Provide a list of pollutants discharged to the groundwater bodies from the relevant diffuse

sources where thresholds have been established and, where available, an indication of the loads.

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GWPI 5 – relevant groundwater Abstractions

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

Are information on abstractions possible? (main criticism point from the EC)

Geographic Information:• See GIS Data sheet

Data:• Number and volume for each significant abstraction point, detailed list in RDS• Water balance (e.g. WEI)

Textual Information:• Summary text of Methodology and the criteria, models etc. used for identifying significant

water abstractions – 5.000 characters

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GWPI 6 – relevant artificial Groundwater Recharge

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data:• Number and volume for each significant groundwater recharge and per RBD

Textual Information:• Summary text – update 2005 information; Methodology, screening criteria, models etc.

used for identifying significant water abstractions – 5.000 characters

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GWPI 7 – relevant saltwater or other intrusion

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents (e.g. for Austria not relevant)

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

Is there new knowledge about this point?

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data:

No data required

Textual Information:

Summary text – update 2005 information; Methodology, screening criteria, models etc. used for identifying significant water abstractions, Reasons of saltwater or other intrusion and Definition of other intrusion – 5.000 characters

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GWPI 8 – Other Pressures on Groundwater not covered by Other Reporting Sheets

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents (e.g. for Austria not relevant)

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

(the further characterisation was a main criticism point from the EC)

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data:

No data required

Textual Information:• Brief summary of the methodology used to identify the other relevant pressures and of the

plan of actions to be put in place to identify the unknown pressures – 10.000 characters

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GWPI 9 – Summary Assessment of the Human Impacts on Groundwater Bodies

Content already submitted in Article 5

Geographic Information:

See GIS Data sheet

Data:

No data required

Textual Information:• At a minimum a short summary of the main impacts occurring in the RBD as a result of

significant pressures should be provided – 5.000 characters including– Anthropogenic alterations of the level of groundwater leading to significant diminution

of the ecological and qualitative status of associated surface water bodies;– Chemical composition of groundwater leading to significant diminution of the

ecological and qualitative status of associated surface water bodies.

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GWPI 10 – Further characterisation - Assessment of the human impacts on groundwater bodies

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents (e.g. for Austria not relevant)

Questions: Are additional maps foreseen?

Is there new knowledge about this point?

Textual Information:• A brief summary should be provided on the methodology and characteristics assessed in

the further characterisation of groundwater bodies – 5.0000 characters

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GWPI 11 – Uncertainties and data gaps

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: Open points existing?

Textual Information:

Textual Information:• A summary text of the main uncertainties and data gaps identified in the process since

2005 if there are still some – 5.000 characters• List of uncertainties and data gaps• List of planned actions to address uncertainties and data gaps

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3. Register of Protected Areas

RPA 1 Article 5 Report

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RPA 1 – Register of protected areas

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report contents

Questions: Are additional maps needed (e.g. map with Nature 2000 areas for Austria)

Geographic Information:• See GIS Data sheet

Textual Information:• A list of any legislation identifying additional national, regional or local water related

protected areas other than those identified in EU legislation

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4 Monitoring Networks and the results of the monitoring programs for

4.1 Surface Water Bodies

SWM 1 Article 8 Report

SWM 2 Article 8 Report

SWM 3 NEW for 2010

4.2 Groundwater Bodies

GWM 1 Article 8 Report

GWM 2 NEW for 2010

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SWM 1 – Summary of the Surface Water Monitoring Programs; surveillance and operational

Content already submitted in Article 8

Summary and Update of the Article 8 report contents

Common treatment of big and small water bodies (e.g. common maps)

Qustions: Identification of the Monitoring programs and –networks for small waters?

Methodology for the monitoring of small waters (Grouping)?

Are additional maps foreseen?

Geographic Information:

Information for each monitoring site – detailed list in the RDS

Data:

Statistic information (No of sites, starting date of the monitoring, monitored substances)

Textual Information:• 8 text chapters with maximum 2.000 characters for each chapter (e.g. methodology to

identify sites, sampling, frequencies, etc.)• Hyperlinks to background documents

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SWM 2 – Surface Water Investigative Monitoring Programme

Content already submitted in Article 8

Summary and Update of the Article 8 report contents

Data:

Statistical information (which QE is monitored; No of sites; Type of programme)

Textual Information:

Summary of investigative monitoring strategy, where investigative monitoring has already taken place - maximum 5.000 characters

Summary to illustrate how the strategy works – maximum 2.000 characters

Hyperlinks to background documents

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SWM 3 – Results of surface water monitoring programmes (status of surface water bodies)

New Content defined by the EC

Geographic Information - 8 maps requested:

Map 1: Ecological status class of natural water bodies including data at a water body level, on which BQEs the assessment is based;

Map 2: Ecological potential class for HMWB - MS should specify BQE concerned (default setting "unknown potential" is applied if no class and BQE-specific data are provided);

Map 3: Status for protected areas – if not, specify reasons for failure (if reported for other Directives (e.g. Bathing Waters, Nitrates, Habitats etc.) this information will not need to be reported again. Reporting will be required for Article 7 protected areas as these are not defined under any other Directive);

Map 4: Achievement / exceedance of EQS for heavy metals out of list of Priority Substances;

Map 5: Achievement / exceedance of EQS for pesticides out of list of Priority Substances;

Map 6: Achievement / exceedance of EQS for industrial pollutants out of list of Priority Substances;

Map 7: Achievement / exceedance of EQS for other pollutants out of list of Priority Substances;

Map 8: Achievement / exceedance of EQS for other (national) pollutants.

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SWM 3 – Results of surface water monitoring programmes (status of surface water bodies)

New Content defined by the EC

Textual Information:

Comments to assist the interpretation of the Geographic data should be supplied

Hyperlinks to background documents

Question:Is there a methodology to define the Status of a Water Body because of monitoring results?

Remark:To elaborate the 8 maps – need for an table for each water body and the status!

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GWM 1 – Summary of Monitoring Programme for Groundwater (Quantitative and Chemical Status)

Content already submitted in Article 8

Summary and Update of the Article 8 report contents

Geographic Information:

Information for each monitoring site – detailed list in the RDS

Data:

Statistic information (No of sites, starting date of the monitoring, monitored parameters)

Textual Information:• 6 text chapters with maximum 2.000 characters for each chapter (e.g. methodology to

identify sites, sampling, frequencies, etc.)• Hyperlinks to background documents

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GWM 2 – Results of groundwater monitoring programmes (status of groundwater bodies)

New Content defined by the EC

Geographic Information – 5 maps requested:

Map 1: Achievement / exceedance of good quantitative status;

Map 2: Achievement / exceedance of “good chemical status” for nitrates (value in Annex 1 of GWD, status assessment procedure in Article 4 of GWD);

Map 3: Achievement / exceedance of “good chemical status” for pesticides (combined total and individual value in Annex 1 of GWD, status assessment procedure in Article 4 of GWD);

Map 4: Achievement / exceedance of “good chemical status” based on national thresholds for other pollutants (selected from a minimum number of substances as listed in Annex II of GWD, status assessment procedure in Article 4 of GWD);

Map 5: Identification of groundwater bodies for which a significant and sustained upward trend has been identified (noting the relevant pollutant(s) causing the trend).

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GWM 2 – Results of groundwater monitoring programmes (status of groundwater bodies)

New Content defined by the EC

Textual information:• Summary text of the description of the methodology for assessing “groundwater status

classes” in water bodies – maximum 5.000 characters• A brief summary for transboundary water bodies of how co-ordination has been achieved –

maximum 5.000 characters• Hyperlink to background documents

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5 Environmental Objectives

5.1 Surface waters

SWO 1 NEW for 2010

SWO 2 NEW for 2010

5.2 Groundwater

GWO 1 NEW for 2010

GWO 2 NEW for 2010

5.3 Protected Areas

no Reporting Data Sheet developed

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SWO 1 – System for classification for surface waters

New Content defined by the EC

Data:

For each surface water type and relevant quality elements - status/potential class boundaries

Textual Information:• Brief summary of the methodology used to determine the quality elements and the class

boundaries for natural waters – maximum 2000 characters• Brief summary of the methodology used to determine the quality elements and the class

boundaries for artificial and heavily modified water bodies – maximum 2.000 characters • Brief summary of the methodology used to combine quality elements to define the final

status class – maximum 2.000 characters• Brief summary of the methodology to assess the “no deterioration” objective (Art. 4.1.a).

The information should demonstrate on how the assessment is carried out (including: baseline, trend analysis etc.) – maximum 5.000 characters

Remark:AT is very unhappy with Table 1 respectively the information asked for – Interpretation

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SWO 1 - Table 1

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SWO 1 – “Reporting on specific initiatives and management objectives for surface waters”

New Content defined by the EC

Settting of operational management objectives for • nutrient load, and • connectivity

Geographic Information:

Maps requested for nutrient load and for connectivity – content not especially defined

Data: • The RBD (code); The sub-unit (code); For nutrient load (if objectives set) the current

nutrient load, the target nutrient load for the sub-unit (for 2015) and the load reduction required for the impacted groups of water bodies

• The RBD (code); The sub-unit (code); For connectivity (if objectives set), current status of connectivity of the sub-unit (yes, no, partial). This question should be answered for 2009, 2015, 2021, 2027 and the target date by which the sub-unit will be connected to the river network.

Textual Information:

• A textual summary of what measures are being put in place to achieve this (e.g. dam removal and target dates)

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SWO 2 – Use of exemptions in surface waters (maps with exemptions of the objectives by 2015)

New Content defined by the EC

Geographic Information:

Maps for exemptions based on surface water bodies by quality element (level 2)and the target class, which illustrates the envisaged/agreed objective for 2015

Data:

• The percentage of water bodies per sub-unit where each exemption applies and the main justifications for each exemption and the quality elements concerned.

• Statistics on the water bodies where an exemption applies under Article 4(4-7) and the justification for the exemption (Table 1)

Textual Information:• Summary of the general national or river basin district approach on methodology used to

determine where the exemption provisions of Article 4 (4-7) should apply – maximum 5.000 characters

• Information on the specific dates identified for deadlines to be met – maximum 2.000 characters

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SWO 2 – Table 1

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GWO 1 – Classification systems established for groundwater

New Content defined by the EC

Data:

For each ground water body or group of bodies, the following should be reported the environmental objective, quality element and class boundaries

Textual Information:• Brief summary of the methodology used to determine the quality elements and the class

boundaries for natural waters – maximum 2000 characters• Brief summary of the methodology used to determine the quality elements and the class

boundaries for artificial and heavily modified water bodies – maximum 2.000 characters • Brief summary of the methodology used to combine quality elements to define the final

status class – maximum 2.000 characters• Brief summary of the methodology to assess the “no deterioration” objective (Art. 4.1.a).

The information should demonstrate on how the assessment is carried out (including: baseline, trend analysis etc.) – maximum 5.000 characters

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GWO 1 – Table 1

Quality element (QE) or Parameter

National method in use

Reporting units Good – poor boundary status or Threshold values

Quantitative status

Chemical status-Conductivity-Pollutant 1*-Pollutant 2*-etc

* … Pollutants to selected from a minimum number of substancesas listed in Annex II of the GWD

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GWO 2 – Use of exemptions in groundwater bodies (maps with exemptions of the objectives by 2015)

New Content defined by the EC

Geographic Information:

Maps for exemptions based on groundwater water bodies by quality element and the target class, which illustrates the envisaged/agreed objective for 2015

Data:• The percentage of water bodies per sub-unit where each exemption applies and the main

justifications for each exemption and the quality elements concerned. • Statistics on the water bodies where an exemption applies under Article 4(4-7) and the

justification for the exemption (Table 1)

Textual Information:

• Summary of the general national or river basin district approach on methodology used to determine where the exemption provisions of Article 4 (4-7) should apply (if different to the methodology applied for surface water bodies) – maximum 5.000 characters

• Information on the specific dates identified for deadlines to be met – maximum 2.000 characters

• For transboundary water bodies a brief summary of how co-ordination has been achieved – maximum 5.000 characters

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GWO 2 – Table 1

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6. Summary of the Economic Analysis of water services

ECO 1 Article 5 Report, update

ECO 2 New for 2010

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ECO 1 – Economic Analysis, Update

Content already submitted in Article 5

Summary and Update of the Article 5 report content

Questions: Are there new information for this point available

Fulfil the requests for 2010 contents

Data:• Volumes abstracted/discharged per water service.• Total cost of investments for water supply and water demand in Euro / year (2009 to 2015).• Costs of water service (Euro/m3), with an indication if ERC are included or not and the

share they have in the overall costs.• Level of cost recovery in % per water service.• Water prices per water user in Euro/m3.• Which approaches have been taken to fulfil the requirement of Annex III (b) “to make

judgements about the most cost-effective combination of measures in respect of water uses to be included in the programme of measures under Article 11 based on estimates of the potential costs of such measures.

Remark: Contents of 2010 are not yet agreed by the Member States!

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ECO 1 – Economic Analysis, Update

Content already submitted in Article 5

Textual Information:• How the definition water services is applied in practice;• Summary of the methodology and the criteria used for calculating the cost recovery rate,

including a statement on how environmental and resource costs were considered and estimated; Summary how the issues of cross-subsidies are handled in under cost recovery.

• Approach to estimate the costs of future investments, as well as how the baseline scenario has been considered/developed;

• For international RBDs, has there been any coordination of economic analysis (<2000 characters); For international RBDs, have the judgement of cost effectiveness of measures been coordinated? If yes, provide reference. If no, please provide additional explanations (<2000 characters)

• Summary on how the economic analyses has been considered when making judgement about cost effectiveness of measures

• Gaps in information identified that could not be closed since 2005 and planned additional data collection to fill gaps for the second implementation cycle.

• If necessary - Explain the 2005 economic analysis

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ECO 2 – Summary of steps and measures taken to meet the requirements of Article 9

Content already submitted in Article 5

Textual Information:

7 text summaries – each 5.000 characters, e.g.:

Summary on the planned steps towards implementing Art 9.1 that will contribute to achieving the environmental objectives of this Directive (Art 9.2).

Where applicable, what are the reasons for not fully applying paragraph 1, second sentence, to be reported in the River Basin Management Plans (Art. 9.4).

How has the MS ensured that “water-pricing policies provide adequate incentives for users to use water resources efficiently, thereby contributing to the environmental objectives of the Directive” (Article 9 (1))?

How has the MS ensured “an adequate contribution of the different water uses to the recovery of the costs of water services following the polluter pays principle”?

How is the polluter pays principle taken into account?

Any problems encountered in data collection or methodology used.

Gaps in information identified and planned additional data collection to fill gaps.

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7. Programme of Measures

POM 1 NEW for 2010

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POM 1 – Summary of steps and measures taken to meet the requirements of Article 11

New Content defined by the EC

Data:• Data on Basic measures (Article 11(3)(a) and (b-l)), • Data on Supplementary measures (Article 11(4)) and Additional Measures (Article 11 (5))• Tables 1 to 3

Textual Information:• For international RBDs, have the measures been coordinated (in accordance to Art. 11

(1)? “YES/NO”. If yes, provide reference. If no, please provide additional explanations – maximum 2.000 characters

• If necessary, additional comments may be introduced to explain the data and information provided earlier including comments on table 4 (cost of measures), 5.000 characters

• Hyperlinks to other (background) documents

Remark to Table 3a and 3b:What are supplementary / additional measures?

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POM 1 – Table 1

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POM 1 – Table 2

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POM 1 – Summary of steps and measures taken to meet the requirements of Article 11 – Supplementary / Additional Measures

Table 3a: Surface Waters and Groundwater

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POM 1 – Table 3b, Surface Waters and Groundwater

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POM 1 – Summary of steps and measures taken to meet the requirements of Article 11/6 – Marine waters

New Content defined by the EC

Remark - proposal:

No Reporting Data Sheets or Content established for this content. It could be useful to give information in Textual form. The measures to protect the marine environment should be a part of the report.

Annex VII:

7.11. Details of the measures taken to avoid increase in pollution of marine waters in accordance with Article 11(6);

Article 11/6:

In implementing measures pursuant to paragraph 3, Member States shall take all appropriate steps not to increase pollution of marine waters. Without prejudice to existing legislation, the application of measures taken pursuant to paragraph 3 may on no account lead, either directly or indirectly to increased pollution of surface waters. This requirement shall not apply where it would result in increased pollution of the environment as a whole.

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POM 1 – Costs of measures(per Member State or RBD as available)

New Content defined by the EC

Data:

Cost of measures and/or programs of measures;

Aggregation levels – Member State or RBD

Table 4

Textual Information:

Additional comments may be introduced to explain the data and information provided earlier including comments on table 4, cost of measures – maximum 5.000 characters.

Hyperlinks to other (background) documents

Remark:

Costs for one year or for one Management Cycle?

What are supplementary and additional measures?

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POM 1 – Cost of measuresTable 4

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9. Public Participation / Information and Consultation

PP 1 no Reporting Data Sheet for 2010 developed, content can be taken from

RBMP 1

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PP 1 – Public Participation / Information and Consultation

New Content defined by the EC

Proposal:

A possible content was written in reporting data sheet “RBMP”

Textual Information:

• Summary information about the Public Participation process – maximum 5.000 characters, and

• the experiences with the PP process – maximum 2.000 characters

• Hyperlinks to background documents

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10. List of Competent Authorities

CA 1 Article 3 Report no new Reporting Data Sheet for

2010 developed

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CA 1 – List of Competent Authorities

Content already submitted in Article 3

Data:

Address for CA for each River Basin District

Textual Information:• legal status of each competent authority • institutional relationships established in order to ensure co-ordination national and if river

basin district covers the territory of more than one Member State • core responsibilities of the relevant for each RBD

Remarks:Austria submitted information of the CA for the first two levels of the Administrative hierarchy,

the Ministry level and the Federal States Level – no changes foreseen

The contents of the Article 3report was not only a list of CA. It was also a list of the Role of competent authorities specific to the Water Framework Directive in the River Basin District (legal aspects)!

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GIS Data requirements

GIS 1 Article 13summarised and updated out of Article 3, 5, 8 and 13

Reports

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GIS – Geographical Information Requirements and Water Body Attributes

Content already submitted in Article 3, 5, 8 and New for 2010

Principles for Data transfer:• GML files or as ESRI shape files• Electronic reporting through WISE – Reportnet• No min./max. aggregating Scale foreseen

Information Details:• River Basin District level• Sub Basin Level• Water Body Level• Protected Area Level

Detailed list of attributes requested

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12 Additional Chapter – Water Scarcity and Drought

13 Additional Chapter – Climate Change

14 List of Authors and Project Members

15 Literature

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