|Legal name||Council Directive 1999/30/EC of 22 April 1999 relating to limit values for sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and oxides of nitrogen, particulate matter and lead in ambient air (OJ L163, 29.06.1999, pp.41-60)|
|Short name||1st daughter directive relating to limit values for NOx, SO2, PM2.5, PM10 and Pb in ambient air|
|Issued by||European Council|
|URL to issuer||http://ec.europa.eu/environment/air/ambi...|
|Parent legislative instrument||Air quality framework directive|
Member States shall ensure that up-to-date information on ambient concentrations of SO2, NOx, particulate matter and lead is routinely made available to the public.
The health limit values for NO2 and Pb must be met by 2010.
Member States have to prepare attainment programmes showing how the limit values will be met on time for those zones or agglomerations where attainments by "business as usual" cannot be presumed. These programmes must be made directly available to the public, and must also be sent to the Commission see Comm. Dec. 2004/224/EC.
|DG Env review of reporting theme||Air|
The following directives were repealed by the 1st Daughter Directive:
Directive 80/779/EEC as last amended by Directive 89/427/EEC,
Directive 82/884/EEC, Directive 85/203/EEC as last amended by Directive 85/580/EEC
The Directive was amended by Commission Decision 2001/744/EC.