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

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79. In addition to the general content prescribed by section 16, every application for authorization for an activity referred to in this Chapter must include the following supplemental information and documents:
(1)  the plan required by subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph of section 17 showing the site and the surrounding environment within a radius of 1 km;
(2)  a characterization study concerning the deposit, ore, mine tailings or concentrate, as the case may be;
(3)  the plans and specifications needed for the carrying on of the activity;
(4)  the water management plan, including a summary of the water used and the water discharged;
(5)  a predictive noise study when a dwelling or public institution is located less than 1 km from the mine site;
(6)  when the project includes the laying out of a mine tailings accumulation area:
(a)  a hydrogeological study presenting a conceptual model that describes the hydrogeological context and groundwater flows in the area concerned and shows the hydrological links between the site and the receiving environment;
(b)  a modelling study, signed by an engineer or geologist, showing that the impermeability measures in place will ensure that groundwater quality is not degraded;
(c)  if a dike is to be built, a geotechnical study of the stability of the dike, the load-bearing capacity of the underlying ground and an assessment of the settlement that may occur or, where applicable, the reasons why such analyses are not necessary;
(7)  when the project concerns the operation of an ore treatment plant, air dispersion modelling in accordance with the requirements of Schedule H of the Clean Air Regulation (chapter Q-2, r. 4.1);
(8)  when the project includes an ore treatment plant, a hydrogeological study presenting a conceptual model that describes the hydrogeological context and groundwater flows in the area concerned and establishes the hydrological links between the site and the receiving environment;
(9)  a description of the proposed monitoring, maintenance, supervision and control measures, including a description of the equipment, apparatus, observation wells, sampling points and any other device needed for that purpose.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 79.
In force: 2020-12-31
79. In addition to the general content prescribed by section 16, every application for authorization for an activity referred to in this Chapter must include the following supplemental information and documents:
(1)  the plan required by subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph of section 17 showing the site and the surrounding environment within a radius of 1 km;
(2)  a characterization study concerning the deposit, ore, mine tailings or concentrate, as the case may be;
(3)  the plans and specifications needed for the carrying on of the activity;
(4)  the water management plan, including a summary of the water used and the water discharged;
(5)  a predictive noise study when a dwelling or public institution is located less than 1 km from the mine site;
(6)  when the project includes the laying out of a mine tailings accumulation area:
(a)  a hydrogeological study presenting a conceptual model that describes the hydrogeological context and groundwater flows in the area concerned and shows the hydrological links between the site and the receiving environment;
(b)  a modelling study, signed by an engineer or geologist, showing that the impermeability measures in place will ensure that groundwater quality is not degraded;
(c)  if a dike is to be built, a geotechnical study of the stability of the dike, the load-bearing capacity of the underlying ground and an assessment of the settlement that may occur or, where applicable, the reasons why such analyses are not necessary;
(7)  when the project concerns the operation of an ore treatment plant, air dispersion modelling in accordance with the requirements of Schedule H of the Clean Air Regulation (chapter Q-2, r. 4.1);
(8)  when the project includes an ore treatment plant, a hydrogeological study presenting a conceptual model that describes the hydrogeological context and groundwater flows in the area concerned and establishes the hydrological links between the site and the receiving environment;
(9)  a description of the proposed monitoring, maintenance, supervision and control measures, including a description of the equipment, apparatus, observation wells, sampling points and any other device needed for that purpose.
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 79.