In force: 2020-12-31
176. The operator of a temporary industrial camp housing 21 persons or more must, before the arrival of those persons, obtain an attestation from a professional engineer indicating that (1) the siting of the apparatus or equipment used to treat the drinking water supply for the camp, or an increase in the capacity of the existing apparatus or equipment, will allow the requirements of the Regulation respecting the quality of drinking water (chapter Q-2, r. 40) to be met;
(2) the treatment and evacuation of wastewater and, where applicable, of process water from the apparatus or equipment used to treat drinking water, will not constitute a source of contamination.
When a temporary industrial camp is finally closed, the operator must also ensure that the apparatus or equipment used to treat and evacuate wastewater has been drained and removed or filled with materials appropriate to the environment.
The operator of a temporary industrial camp must provide the Minister, at the Minister’s request, with the following information about the camp:
(1) its geographical coordinates;
(2) the maximum number of persons housed simultaneously at the camp;
(3) the dates scheduled for the camp’s occupation.