Q-2, r. 17.1 - Regulation respecting the regulatory scheme applying to activities on the basis of their environmental impact

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171. The hydrogeological study required for an application for authorization for a water withdrawal must include the following information and documents:
(1)  a description of the hydrogeological context within a minimum radius of 1 km and in the entire influence zone of the water withdrawal, based in particular on the meteorology, topography, hydrography, hydrology, geology and hydrogeology of the site, and the maps and stratigraphic cross-sections needed to support the description;
(2)  a pumping test and pumping test analysis;
(3)  a location plan for the observation wells used and a diagram of their layout, including in particular the stratigraphic profile, the elements of well construction, and the static piezometric level;
(4)  the reasons for the location and design of the observation wells;
(5)  a calculation showing the anticipated piezometric reductions for the wells and wetlands present in the influence zone of the water withdrawal;
(6)  a calculation showing the replenishment and hydrological balance of the aquifer;
(7)  the hypotheses and equations used for the calculations;
(8)  a conceptual model showing the behaviour of the groundwater in the target aquifer.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 171.
In force: 2020-12-31
171. The hydrogeological study required for an application for authorization for a water withdrawal must include the following information and documents:
(1)  a description of the hydrogeological context within a minimum radius of 1 km and in the entire influence zone of the water withdrawal, based in particular on the meteorology, topography, hydrography, hydrology, geology and hydrogeology of the site, and the maps and stratigraphic cross-sections needed to support the description;
(2)  a pumping test and pumping test analysis;
(3)  a location plan for the observation wells used and a diagram of their layout, including in particular the stratigraphic profile, the elements of well construction, and the static piezometric level;
(4)  the reasons for the location and design of the observation wells;
(5)  a calculation showing the anticipated piezometric reductions for the wells and wetlands present in the influence zone of the water withdrawal;
(6)  a calculation showing the replenishment and hydrological balance of the aquifer;
(7)  the hypotheses and equations used for the calculations;
(8)  a conceptual model showing the behaviour of the groundwater in the target aquifer.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 171.