Q-2, r. 22 - Regulation respecting waste water disposal systems for isolated dwellings

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4.1. Content of the permit application: For the purposes of section 4, every application for a permit to install a waste water discharge, collection or disposal system for a building or site referred to in section 2 must include
(1)  the name and address of the person referred to in section 4;
(2)  the cadastral designation of the lot on which the project is to be carried out or, where there is no cadastral designation, the most precise identification of the location where the project is to be carried out;
(3)  the number of bedrooms in the isolated dwelling or, in other cases, the total daily flow of discharged water;
(4)  a characterization study of the site and natural land conducted by a person who is a member of the appropriate professional order, containing the following elements:
(a)  the topography of the site;
(b)  the disposal site grade;
(c)  the soil permeability at the disposal site, specifying the methodology used to determine soil permeability;
(d)  the level of bedrock, underground water or any layer of permeable soil, low permeability soil or impermeable soil, as the case may be, below the surface of the disposal site; and
(e)  mention of any element that may influence the siting or construction of a disposal system; and
(5)  a site plan to scale showing
(a)  the elements identified in the Reference point column of sections 7.1 and 7.2 on the lot on which a waste water discharge, collection or disposal system is proposed and on the contiguous lots;
(b)  the siting proposed for the parts of the waste water discharge, collection or disposal system;
(c)  the installation depth of each component of the disposal system; and
(d)  the installation depth of the soil absorption system, the standard sand-filter bed, the absorption field or the leaching field in relation to the level of bedrock, underground water or any layer of impermeable soil or low permeability soil below the surface of the disposal site;
(6)  a copy of the agreement provided for in the first paragraph of section 3.03 where the application pertains to a system serving a group of buildings that involve different owners;
(7)  proof of the registration of the agreement referred to in subparagraph 6 in the land register.
In the case of a project providing for other discharge into the environment, the information and plan must describe the receiving area and,
(1)  in the case of discharge into a watercourse, specify the water flow and the effluent dilution rate in the watercourse in low-water periods, the hydrographic network to which the watercourse belongs, the location of the discharge site and the effluent sampling site; or
(2)  in the case of discharge into a ditch, the plan must show the hydrographic network to which the ditch belongs and the location of the discharge site and the effluent sampling site.
If the system is to serve a building or site other than an isolated dwelling or a hunting or fishing camp, the information and documents referred to in this section must be signed by an engineer who is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec. The information and documents must be filed with certification by the engineer that the system complies with this Regulation and is capable of disposing of the waste water having regard to the specific characteristics of the waste water.
Subparagraph 4 of the first paragraph does not apply to the installations to which Divisions XII, XIII and XIV apply, or to a watertight disposal system referred to in this Regulation connected to municipal waste water treatment works.
O.C. 1158-2004, s. 3; 306-2017O.C. 306-2017, s. 9.
4.1. Content of the permit application: For the purposes of section 4, every application for a permit to install a waste water discharge, collection or disposal system for an isolated dwelling must include
(1)  the name and address of the person referred to in section 4;
(2)  the cadastral designation of the lot on which the project is to be carried out or, where there is no cadastral designation, the most precise identification of the location where the project is to be carried out;
(3)  the number of bedrooms in the isolated dwelling or, in the case of another building, the total daily flow;
(4)  a characterization study of the site and natural land conducted by a person who is a member of the appropriate professional order, containing the following elements:
(a)  the topography of the site;
(b)  the disposal site grade;
(c)  the soil permeability at the disposal site, specifying the methodology used to determine soil permeability;
(d)  the level of bedrock, underground water or any layer of permeable soil, low permeability soil or impermeable soil, as the case may be, below the surface of the disposal site; and
(e)  mention of any element that may influence the siting or construction of a disposal system; and
(5)  a site plan to scale showing
(a)  the elements identified in the Reference point column of sections 7.1 and 7.2 on the lot on which a waste water discharge, collection or disposal system is proposed and on the contiguous lots;
(b)  the siting proposed for the parts of the waste water discharge, collection or disposal system;
(c)  the installation depth of each component of the disposal system; and
(d)  the installation depth of the soil absorption system, the standard sand-filter bed, the absorption field or the leaching field in relation to the level of bedrock, underground water or any layer of impermeable soil or low permeability soil below the surface of the disposal site.
In the case of a project providing for other discharge into the environment, the information and plan must describe the receiving area and,
(1)  in the case of discharge into a watercourse, specify the water flow and the effluent dilution rate in the watercourse in low-water periods, the hydrographic network to which the watercourse belongs, the location of the discharge site and the effluent sampling site; or
(2)  in the case of discharge into a ditch, the plan must show the hydrographic network to which the ditch belongs and the location of the discharge site and the effluent sampling site.
If the system is to serve a building other than an isolated dwelling, the information and documents referred to in this section must be prepared and signed by an engineer who is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec. The information and documents must be filed with certification by the engineer that the system complies with this Regulation and is capable of disposing of the waste water having regard to the specific characteristics of the waste water.
Subparagraph 4 of the first paragraph does not apply to the installations to which Divisions XII, XIII and XIV apply.
O.C. 1158-2004, s. 3.