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

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263. The establishment and operation of a sorting station for residual materials from construction and demolition work are eligible for a declaration of compliance on the following conditions:
(1)  the total volume of materials on the lot is equal to or less than 300 m3 at all times;
(2)  the declarant does not operate another similar station on the same lot, or within a radius of 500 m;
(3)  the residual materials admitted to the station are generated solely in Québec and do not contain
(a)  household waste;
(b)  residual materials from an industrial process;
(c)  residual materials containing or contaminated by PCBs;
(d)  asbestos;
(e)  radioactive waste;
(f)  explosives;
(g)  plants;
(h)  treated wood unless resulting from household work;
(i)  materials in a liquid state at 20 °C;
(j)  materials that cannot be identified because of burning, crushing, shredding or another similar treatment;
(k)  hazardous materials;
(l)  contaminated soil;
(4)  the areas of the sorting station are
(a)  laid out on a concrete-covered or bituminous concrete-covered surface;
(b)  equipped with a system to collect water that has come into contact with the residual materials, which is discharged to a municipal wastewater treatment works or treatment facility authorized pursuant to subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 22 of the Act;
(5)  the site is laid out in a way that ensures that access is controlled and that the admissibility of the materials can be verified.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 263.
In force: 2020-12-31
263. The establishment and operation of a sorting station for residual materials from construction and demolition work are eligible for a declaration of compliance on the following conditions:
(1)  the total volume of materials on the lot is equal to or less than 300 m3 at all times;
(2)  the declarant does not operate another similar station on the same lot, or within a radius of 500 m;
(3)  the residual materials admitted to the station are generated solely in Québec and do not contain
(a)  household waste;
(b)  residual materials from an industrial process;
(c)  residual materials containing or contaminated by PCBs;
(d)  asbestos;
(e)  radioactive waste;
(f)  explosives;
(g)  plants;
(h)  treated wood unless resulting from household work;
(i)  materials in a liquid state at 20 °C;
(j)  materials that cannot be identified because of burning, crushing, shredding or another similar treatment;
(k)  hazardous materials;
(l)  contaminated soil;
(4)  the areas of the sorting station are
(a)  laid out on a concrete-covered or bituminous concrete-covered surface;
(b)  equipped with a system to collect water that has come into contact with the residual materials, which is discharged to a municipal wastewater treatment works or treatment facility authorized pursuant to subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 22 of the Act;
(5)  the site is laid out in a way that ensures that access is controlled and that the admissibility of the materials can be verified.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 263.