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

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234. The storage of hazardous residual materials, after possession has been taken of them for that purpose, is eligible for a declaration of compliance on the following conditions:
(1)  the materials are stored to be reclaimed or disposed of in a place that can legally receive them;
(2)  the hazardous materials do not result from a step in a manufacturing process or a purification process for air emissions, effluents or residues used in a sector referred to in Schedule 3 of the Regulation respecting hazardous materials (chapter Q-2, r. 32), or from the maintenance of those processes;
(3)  the total quantity of hazardous materials stored is less than 40,000 kg;
(4)  the hazardous materials do not contain PCBs and are not contaminated by PCBs, unless they consist of less than 100 kg of fluorescent lamp ballasts stored at one of the following sites:
(a)  a collection site operated by or on behalf of a municipality;
(b)  a place for the collection and storage of products referred to in the Regulation respecting the recovery and reclamation of products by enterprises (chapter Q-2, r. 40.1), where the products are managed exclusively for the purpose of a recovery and reclamation program under that Regulation.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 234.
In force: 2020-12-31
234. The storage of hazardous residual materials, after possession has been taken of them for that purpose, is eligible for a declaration of compliance on the following conditions:
(1)  the materials are stored to be reclaimed or disposed of in a place that can legally receive them;
(2)  the hazardous materials do not result from a step in a manufacturing process or a purification process for air emissions, effluents or residues used in a sector referred to in Schedule 3 of the Regulation respecting hazardous materials (chapter Q-2, r. 32), or from the maintenance of those processes;
(3)  the total quantity of hazardous materials stored is less than 40,000 kg;
(4)  the hazardous materials do not contain PCBs and are not contaminated by PCBs, unless they consist of less than 100 kg of fluorescent lamp ballasts stored at one of the following sites:
(a)  a collection site operated by or on behalf of a municipality;
(b)  a place for the collection and storage of products referred to in the Regulation respecting the recovery and reclamation of products by enterprises (chapter Q-2, r. 40.1), where the products are managed exclusively for the purpose of a recovery and reclamation program under that Regulation.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 234.