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

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73. Installation conditions: A privy or compost toilet equipped with a seepage pit may be built only in one of the following cases:
(a)  to serve a hunting or fishing camp, where the bedrock, underground water or any layer of impermeable soil or low permeability soil is between 60 and 120 cm below the surface of the natural ground;
(b)  to serve a building or site referred to in section 2 already built or developed, where all the following conditions are met:
i.  a soil absorption system, a standard sand-filter bed, a privy or a biological system that complies with any of Divisions VI to XI and XIII or a system that complies with any of Divisions XV.2 to XV.5 cannot be built;
ii.  the building or site served is not supplied by pressurized water pipes;
iii.  the haulage of a holding tank cannot be carried out because it is not accessible;
iv.  the bedrock, underground water or any layer of impermeable soil or low permeability soil is between 60 and 120 cm below the surface of the natural ground.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 8, s. 73; O.C. 786-2000, s. 58; 306-2017O.C. 306-2017, s. 45.
73. Installation conditions: A privy or compost toilet equipped with a seepage pit may be built only in one of the following cases:
(a)  to serve a hunting or fishing camp, where the bedrock, underground water or any layer of impermeable soil or low permeability soil is between 60 and 120 cm below the surface of the natural ground;
(b)  to serve an existing isolated dwelling, where all the following conditions are met:
i.  a soil absorption system, a standard sand-filter bed, a privy or a biological system that complies with any of Divisions VI to XI and XIII or a system that complies with any of Divisions XV.2 to XV.5 cannot be built;
ii.  the isolated dwelling served is not supplied by pressurized water pipes;
iii.  the haulage of a holding tank cannot be carried out because it is not accessible;
iv.  the bedrock, underground water or any layer of impermeable soil or low permeability soil is between 60 and 120 cm below the surface of the natural ground.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 8, s. 73; O.C. 786-2000, s. 58.