The declaration of the heating source of the house to the CEEB is possible by the end of June 2022. What are the penalties in the event of non-declaration? How many Poles have filed a declaration with the CEEB? And what do compatriots most often heat their homes with?
Notification of the heating source of the house to the CEEB – until when
Deadline for filing a declaration of heat sources in single-family and multi-family residential and non-residential buildings expires June 30, 2022.
– On submission statement “on the heat sources used and fuel combustion“ down Central Building Emissivity Register (CEEB) owners and managers of all buildings were 12 months old. Late last year, however, we pointed out that they weren’t looking forward to it. And this was indicated by the very slow pace of registration of heating sources – assesses Marek Wielgo, expert of the GetHome.pl portal.
Notification of the heating source of the house to the CEEB – how many households should do it
Data obtained by this portal from Geoportal.gov.pl shows that there are more than 6.2 million residential buildings in our country.
In turn, from the data The Central Office of Building Control (GUNB) shows that 4.2 million declarations were received, of which approximately 4 million concern single-family and multi-family residential buildings as well as collective residence buildings, i.e. hotels, bed and breakfasts, dormitories and holiday homes. holidays.
Notification of the heating source of the building to the CEEB – in which municipalities the least
The GUNB manages the “Classification of Communes”, With whoego we can discover How many statement folded in individual municipalities. It turns out that, for example, in the municipality of Prochowice in Lower Silesia, the CEEB declaration was made by 112 building owners out of 1934, or only 5%! In Otwock, near Warsaw, this percentage is only 15%.
At the other extreme is the Lower Silesian municipality of Zawidów, where 91% of buildings are located in Central building emissions register.
Why Poles don’t report their home’s heating source to the CEEB
– It is unlikely that all building owners and managers will register by the end of June the heat sources used there. Maybe not everyone is aware that this is not only on boilers and stoves, but also on so-called goats and boilers – comments expert GetHome.pl.
According to him, the common non-compliance with the obligation to register heating sources can have several reasons. NOTmost likely Hello ownerand heated houses, the so-called black ones, I do not want reveal. Incineration of waste, including various types of plastics, is a popular method of “domestic disposal” in our country. Another may be the lack of conviction of the Poles that this base will make it possible to fight effectively against smog and fuel poverty, the reason for its creation.
Let us also not forget that more than 3% of the population of our country can notthis provide adequate heating their houses and apartments – according to Eurostat data.
Where can I check the status of the submitted heat source declaration?
The Main Building Supervision Office has introduced a new service “Check your statement“, through which anyone who has filed a heat source declaration will be able to check their status via the Internet. It is accessible both to people who have made a declaration online and to those who have made a paper version. Neither a qualified signature nor a trust profile is required.
Topossible she obtain informations, if and when the declaration was entered into the CEEB database. Remember that in the event of a paper declaration, elected municipal officials have up to six months to do so.
You can check the status of your heat source declaration here >>>>>>>>
Which heat sources predominate in Polish homes?
In the buildings registered so far in the CEEB, boilers, stoves and cookers fired with solid fuels, i.e. coal.
What’s worse more than 80% of solid fuel boilers, that is, below the 5th class, do not meet current carbon dioxide emission standards.
Prepared by: Paulina Karpińska, editor of the Infor.pl portal
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