Q-2, r. 27 - Regulation respecting pulp and paper mills

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131. An application for an authorization must contain
(1)  in the case of a natural person, the person’s name, address and telephone number;
(2)  in the case of a legal person or partnership, the name, address of the head office, the capacity of the signatory and a certified copy of a document emanating from the board of directors or the partners authorizing the submission of the application;
(3)  in the case of a partnership, the name, domicile and address of the partners or the name of a legal person associated with the partnership and the head office of the legal person;
(4)  in the case of a legal person, the name and address of the directors and the officers;
(5)  in the case of a municipality, a certified copy of a resolution by the municipality authorizing the submission of the application;
(6)  a certified copy of the document conferring upon the applicant a right of ownership or use in respect of the property to be used in the proposed operations;
(7)  an overall plan consisting of an up-to-date geographic map or aerial photograph showing
(a)  the limits of the lots covered by the application for an authorization, the number of those lots and their official cadastral designation and range;
(b)  the current use and zoning of the neighbouring land within a radius of 2 km from the location of the proposed storage, treatment or final deposit site;
(c)  the layout of the public thoroughfares, access roads, watercourses, lakes, swamps and flood plains, as well as the location of wooded sectors, dwellings and any other construction within the radius indicated in subparagraph b; and
(d)  the current drainage configuration and the topography of the land within the radius indicated in subparagraph b;
(8)  in the case of a final deposit, a hydrogeological study containing the information and documents required by section 132;
(9)  the plans and specifications for the project prepared by an engineer who is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec and containing the information and documents required by section 133 or 134, according to the type of authorization applied for; and
(10)  a brief outline of the proposed facility, including a description of the operation of the site covered by the application and of the type and quantity of residual materials to be stored, treated or disposed of.
O.C. 808-2007, s. 131; I.N. 2019-12-01.
131. An application for a certificate must contain
(1)  in the case of a natural person, the person’s name, address and telephone number;
(2)  in the case of a legal person or partnership, the name, address of the head office, the capacity of the signatory and a certified copy of a document emanating from the board of directors or the partners authorizing the submission of the application;
(3)  in the case of a partnership, the name, domicile and address of the partners or the name of a legal person associated with the partnership and the head office of the legal person;
(4)  in the case of a legal person, the name and address of the directors and the officers;
(5)  in the case of a municipality, a certified copy of a resolution by the municipality authorizing the submission of the application;
(6)  a certified copy of the document conferring upon the applicant a right of ownership or use in respect of the property to be used in the proposed operations;
(7)  an overall plan consisting of an up-to-date geographic map or aerial photograph showing
(a)  the limits of the lots covered by the application for a certificate, the number of those lots and their official cadastral designation and range;
(b)  the current use and zoning of the neighbouring land within a radius of 2 km from the location of the proposed storage, treatment or final deposit site;
(c)  the layout of the public thoroughfares, access roads, watercourses, lakes, swamps and flood plains, as well as the location of wooded sectors, dwellings and any other construction within the radius indicated in subparagraph b; and
(d)  the current drainage configuration and the topography of the land within the radius indicated in subparagraph b;
(8)  in the case of a final deposit, a hydrogeological study containing the information and documents required by section 132;
(9)  the plans and specifications for the project prepared by an engineer who is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec and containing the information and documents required by section 133 or 134, according to the type of certificate applied for; and
(10)  a brief outline of the proposed facility, including a description of the operation of the site covered by the application and of the type and quantity of residual materials to be stored, treated or disposed of.
O.C. 808-2007, s. 131.