B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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115. The owner of a petroleum equipment installation that includes at least one component that is high-risk petroleum equipment must provide the Board at the following inspection intervals with a certificate of conformity of the equipment that meets the requirements of section 117, produced and signed by a recognized person:
(1)  for underground petroleum equipment
(a)  having a double wall without an automatic leak detection system or having a single wall, every 2 years; or
(b)  for heating fuel oil or having a double wall with an automatic leak detection system, every 4 years;
(2)  for bulk plants, every 2 years; and
(3)  for aboveground petroleum equipment, every 6 years.
This section does not apply to the owner of a pipeline. However, the owner must implement a quality control program approved by the Board in accordance with section 119.2.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1; 88-2018O.C. 88-2018, s. 9.
115. The owner of a petroleum equipment installation that includes at least one component that is high-risk petroleum equipment must provide the Board at the following inspection intervals with a certificate of conformity of the equipment that meets the requirements of section 117, produced and signed by a recognized person:
(1)  for underground petroleum equipment
(a)  having a double wall without an automatic leak detection system or having a single wall, every 2 years; or
(b)  for fuel oil or having a double wall with an automatic leak detection system, every 4 years;
(2)  for bulk plants, every 2 years; and
(3)  for aboveground petroleum equipment, every 6 years.
If a private inspection program referred to in Division V of Chapter III of the Act respecting petroleum products and equipment (chapter P-29.1) as it read on 31 March 2007 ends and at least 6 months remain before the expiry of the permit, the holder of the permit must provide the Board with a certificate of conformity before that date.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1.