ReportLoq supports a broad set of reports to comply with EN14181, the Waste Incineration Order and the Order for Large Combustion Plants.
The individual plant will usually only have the reports attached that are necessary to meet the plant’s reporting requirements. Therefore, there may be differences between the reports we show here and those that are actually available. Contact Olicem if you are missing a report, which is listed here.

The following PDF / Excel reports are supported in ReportLoq by default

Daily / Monthly / Annual Reports

Monthly reports

Annual reports

Special reports

The following PDF / Excel reports are examples of special reports that are supported in ReportLoq + Cloud

Interval Report

The report can be used to validate aggregated STA and LTA values in relation to their limit values and therefore appears with a confidence interval subtracted.

The report always contains oven signal, filter, flow and support parameters. In addition, all components with limit values are also included. Values appear with validation text, which marks furnace stops, exceedances, replacement values and rejected intervals.

Note:

  • Components that are not included in the interval report can be found in the report “Interval, production”

  • Exceeded intervals are stated in the overrun reports

  • The report is unsuitable for expense reporting due to a deductible confidence interval and failure to replace STA values on meters with outdoor time.
     

Interval, counting

The report calculates the number of VSTA values and at the same time shows an overview of the status of the various VSTA values. Including e.g. number of intervals with exceedances or downtime.

  • Components with limit values as well as peripheral parameters, operation and filter

The report supports, but does not include by default:

  • Display of other components

The interval report, production

The report can be used to form an overview of STA and LTA values for components without limit values.

The report always contains a kiln signal for all components other than those stated in the “Interval Report.” The report is the counterpart to the Interval Report and thus constitutes the “rest” of the components.

Note:

  • The production report is not an emissions report, and is often used to form an overview of emissions without limit values or production of MW.

Green values

The report can be used as input for tax reporting and contains STA and LTA without deducting the confidence interval and with replacement of invalid values with the highest valid STA value one week back according to BEK. No. 723 of 24/06/2011 §3.

The report contains the same components as the “Interval Report”.

Note:

  • If you need to report tax, you can use the tax reports as they are based on the green values, and contain automatic conversion to kilograms

  • The report cannot be weighted against limit values, as the confidence interval has not been deducted

Balanced limit values

Weighted limit values ​​are used when the limit value is the result of a weighting of at least two factors. In reality, it is often a weighting of two MW meters that are included as AMS components.

The report shows the weighted limit values ​​as they are calculated from the logged data.

The limit value is calculated on the basis of:
GVRESULTING = (GVmeter1 × MWmeter1 + GVmeter2 × MWmeter2): (MWmeter1 + MWmeter2)

The calculated limit value is automatically used for validation, and in case of exceedances will appear in the exceedance reports, where the calculated limit value also appears.

The report contains all components with weighted limit values ​​as well as oven signal and components used for weighting. Furthermore, the report is validated, so it is easy to see which intervals have been exceeded, not valid or irrelevant to the environmental reporting.

Read more about weighted limit values ​​

Note:

  • The report is used for limit values and can be compared to the “Interval Report.” Its values are therefore with confidence intervals.

Mass emissions

The report can be used for tax payment and includes calculation of derived kilograms. The tax report always contains one taxed component (eg NO x ), and is thus “double” when paying tax for several components.

  • Oven Hours – as only tax is paid during oven operation

  • Flow – to be able to calculate kilograms

  • The green value – which is handled according to BEK. No. 723 of 24/06/2011 $ 3

  • Calculated kilograms

Note:

Cutting off measured values

Cutting is often used at high CO peaks, which destroys the average of the STA value, but can also be used for other measurements.

  • Number of valid CO measurements measured during operation

  • Number of cut CO measurements

  • Percentage of cut measurements for STA / LTA

  • Cut-off value / limit on daily report

This makes it possible to document the number of cut FLG values for a given interval.

Note:

  • The report includes an average percentage for the entire interval, which can be kept up against the maximum 2% allowable cuts on a monthly basis

  • Exceeding 2% on a monthly basis should result in the cut-off limit being raised and data being recalculated. Contact Olicem for assistance

Exceeding, B-column

The B-column report must document that 97% of the interval values are below the specified limit value for the B-column at annual level. The report is further designed to provide insight into how the calculation of the annual level has emerged for each individual measured component and provides an opportunity to zoom in on months / days with many exceedances.

The report counts:

  • Number of valid intervals measured during operation

  • The number of these intervals that exceed the emission limit value

  • The validity of LTA calculated as a percentage

The daily report is special as it does not contain calculation of percentages and mostly serves the purpose of explaining when exceedances have occurred on a given date.

The report is very similar to the “Exceeding B-column”, but without a statement on an annual basis as the rolling report instead rolls back one year from the start date of the report.

  • A daily report from 20 / 6-2018 therefore rolls from 21 / 6-2017 to 20 / 6-2018.
  • A monthly report from 1 / 6-2018 therefore runs from 1 / 7-2017 to 30 / 6-2018.
  • An annual report from 1 / 1-2018 therefore runs from 1 / 1-2018 to 31 / 12-2018.

The report calculates the percentage for the B-column in the past tense and thus does not look at the remaining year (as in the B-column report), but instead at the past year.

Exceeding, A-column

The A-column report is a detailed inventory of many types of overruns and underruns. The report can be downloaded on a daily / monthly / annual basis, and aims to show the authorities how many critical exceedances the plant has had in the given period.

The components included in the report are all those that have specified an A limit value.

The report provides an overview of the following:

  • Counting the number of exceedances for a given LTA period

  • Number of rejected days on an annual basis

  • Number of undercuts of the EBK temperature

  • Number of periods of 4 hours or more in a row with A-column exceedances at STA level

  • 60-hour accounts with counting of number of hours and summation of years to date

  • Number of exceeded STA values which has led to a stop in firing

  • Percentage of CO exceedances year to date

  • Projected percentage of CO exceedances based on number of days in the year (does not take into account planned outdoor time)

Exceeding, A-column rolling

The report is very similar to the report “Exceeding column A”, but without a statement on an annual basis as the rolling report instead rolls back one year from the report’s start date.

  • A daily report from 20 / 6-2018 therefore rolls from 21 / 6-2017 to 20 / 6-2018.
  • A monthly report from 1 / 6-2018 therefore runs from 1 / 7-2017 to 30 / 6-2018.
  • An annual report from 1 / 1-2018 therefore runs from 1 / 1-2018 to 31 / 12-2018.

The report is calculated in the past tense and thus does not look at the remaining year (as in the A-column report), but instead at the past year. This applies to both rejected days, calculation of CO overruns and 60 hours of accounting.

Overrides with Comments

The report is a detailed view of violations and comments grouped by date, cause and action.

By default, the report contains:

  • A-column overruns

  • 4 hours exceedances (4 hours in a row with exceedances in the A-column)

  • Day and month overruns

  • Rejected days

  • Interval Stop value

  • 10 min overruns (EBK)

The report supports, but does not include by default:

  • Exceedances of 10 minute value (95%) at interval level

  • 95% undercutting of rolling days according to 10-minute interval value
    According to BEK. 1271 of 21/11/2017 Appendix 2 pkt. 2.5

  • B-column overruns

  • Exceedance of daily average value (97%)
    According to BEK. 1271 of 21/11/2017 Appendix 2 pkt. 2.4
    The report will only include an indication of the exceedance of the individual days. The percentage calculation for the current calendar year is stated in the A-report

  • Calibration interval: Exceeding 1 week by 5%

  • Calibration interval: Exceeding 1 week by 40% (Critical / May cause QAL2)

  • Kalibreringsinterval: Overskridelse af 5 uger af 5% (Kritisk/Kan medføre QAL2)

The report prioritizes comments and reasons entered by an operations manager higher than the operator. In practice, this means that the operator’s initial comments can be overridden by an operator if desired.

Note:

  • It is possible to omit components from the report even if they have limit values.

  • If you want changes to the default setup, contact Olicem.

ReportLoq + Cloud
Comments are automatically uploaded from the local ReportLoq server to www.reportloq.com where they will be included in the report.

Exceedance Report

The report shows the number of exceedances and counts rejected days up in the selected calendar year and up to the end of the report.

  • A-column overruns

  • Day and month overruns

  • Rejected days

  • Interval Stop value

By default, the report contains, if used in that setup:

  • 10-min overruns (EBK)

  • Exceedances of 10-minute value (95%) at interval level

  • 95% undercutting of rolling days according to 10-minute interval value
    According to BEK. 1271 of 21/11/2017 Appendix 2 pkt. 2.5

The report supports, but does not include by default:

  • B-column overruns

  • Rolling statement of time 12 months left (120 hours accounting of operating time without filter)

Component Columns can also be separated by a space, so that cohesion between the columns belonging to the components becomes clearer.

Operating time, Start / Stop (month + year)

The report calculates the operating status of time and number for the individual furnace line for:

  • Active: Time when the line is in operation

  • Driveway: Time when the line is under driveway

  • Descent: Time when the line is descending

  • Environmental reporting stopped: Time when the line is out of order and not reports

Active, Drive-up and Drive-down are calculated as “Active Total” to calculate the line’s actual operating hours.

By default, the report contains:

  • Detailed event list on page 2 with all periods of ascent, descent and downtime incl. possible comments

QAL Reports

The report shows created QAL2 and QAL3 values grouped by component.

QAL2 values are displayed with entered slope and cut as well as calibration range.

QAL3 values are displayed directly below the QAL2 entry, so that it is possible to see the affiliation to the created QAL2. The QAL3 display includes, in addition to the entered zero and span value as well as zero and span gas, also the calculated slopes and cuts incl. the summed result.

The report is a one-day report and retrieves the current QAL2 for each component on that date as well as the QAL3 creations available for it on that date.

Immediate reporting

In the case where selected exceedances must be reported to the authorities within a short time frame, the immediate report is used. This is similar to the confusion comment reports and can be configured to contain selected override types.

By default, the report contains:

  • A-column overruns

  • 4 hours exceedances (4 hours in a row with exceedances in the A-column)

  • Day and month overruns

  • Interval Stop value

  • Exceedance of daily average value (97%)
    According to BEK. 1271 of 21/11/2017 Appendix 2 pkt. 2.4
    The report will only include indications of exceedances of the individual days. The percentage calculation for the current calendar year is stated in the A-report

  • Exceedances of 10-minute value (95%) at interval level

The report supports, but does not include by default:

  • Rejected days

  • 10 min overruns (EBK)

  • 95% undercutting of rolling days according to 10-minute interval value
    According to BEK. 1271 of 21/11/2017 Appendix 2 pkt. 2.5

  • B-column overruns

  • Calibration interval: Exceeding 1 week by 5%

  • Calibration interval: Exceeding 1 week by 40% (Critical / May cause QAL2)

  • Kalibreringsinterval: Overskridelse af 5 uger af 5% (Kritisk/Kan medføre QAL2)

ReportLoq + Cloud
The immediate report can be set up as an email delivery and will only be sent if there are overruns to be notified.

CO, 10 minute intervals

The daily report calculates average values for every 10 minutes, and indicates the status of operation and faults on the equipment. This makes it easier to see how the emissions are distributed over the day, and a min / max statement at the bottom of the report makes it even faster to see if there have been high emissions during the period.

Note:

  • The report’s 10 minute values are not STA values and are not further aggregated to LTA values. Therefore, the report can only be drawn on a daily level.

The interval report, graphically

The visual interval report shows emissions and limit values with graphs on a monthly basis. Measured AMS components are calculated per page.

The report makes it easy to see whether limit values have been complied with for the entire period and is an advantage for plants with weighted limit values. Note, however, that the report only includes the ready-weighted value. For documentation of the weighting itself, please refer to the report “Weighted limit values”.

In the report

  • Highlights exceeded days

  • Counted rejected days and exceedances of hour and day values

  • Specifies the highest measured hourly value

Note:

  • By default, the report includes all AMS components with an hourly or daily limit value. Displayed AMS components can be adjusted as needed
  • The Excel report contains a table of all hourly and daily values with validation texts that are not found in the PDF report. The table also contains used confidence intervals and limit values

QAL2, valid calibration interval

The annual report indicates how many STA values are outside the valid calibration interval specified in the QAL2 entry, so that it is possible to report whether the system is within the permitted exceedance limits. The report is calculated on a weekly basis in accordance with EN 14181: 2014 (E) 6.5.

Note:

  • The report does not show QAL2 + AST date and thus can not only be used as documentation for compliance with 5 weeks exceedances by 5%.

  • The two critical exceedance types: 5 weeks of 5% and 1 week of 40% are automatically detected and can be included in immediate and comment reports for proper reporting.

Exceedance, year to date

The annual report is a statement of the A- and B-column reports on an annual basis.

Special Reports

Unlike standard reports, custom reports are provided as customized solutions. The technology makes it possible to make your own mark on the report’s layout and content, as it is based on ordinary Microsoft Excel files, which are entered into the reporting system. You design the report in Excel, send the file to our support, who uploads it to ReportLoq and designates the fields to fill in the data.

NB
If you have requirements from your environmental authorities that go beyond our standard reports and do not want to design the special report yourself, we would like to help. Send us the requirements and we’ll look into it.

Special reports are only available in ReportLoq + Cloud.

The flue gas method

The report contains all necessary input parameters to be able to calculate waste heat tax, additional tax and CO2 tax.

  • Tax calculations are made in Excel for easy and painless audit

  • Aggregate values are created in ReportLoq which is MCERTS certified according to EN 14181 and upcoming DAHS standard EN 17255 and is automatically inserted into the report
  • Manually entered values are stored in ReportLoq and automatically inserted into the report

  • The report can be customized as needed

ReportLoq + Cloud
The report is only available with a ReportLoq + Cloud license