Q-2, r. 29 - Regulation respecting halocarbons

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54. A person who has recovered a halocarbon from a unit and is unable to treat or eliminate it must, not later than 45 days following the date on which the container used for the recovery of the used halocarbon is filled to its maximum capacity, take it
(1)  to the supplier or any other halocarbon wholesaler; or
(2)  to any other person in Québec or elsewhere who is able to treat or eliminate it.
The supplier or wholesaler referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph is required to take back the used halocarbons that are returned if they are of the same type as the halocarbons the supplier or wholesaler sells or distributes, provided that
(1)  the halocarbons are confined within a recovery container designed for that purpose;
(2)  a label is affixed to the recovery container identifying the type of halocarbon it contains; and
(3)  the recovery container contains not more than one type of halocarbon and no substance other than a halocarbon, except water or oil from normal use or other residues generated by normal halocarbon degradation.
The supplier or wholesaler referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph is also required to issue a duly dated and signed receipt to every person or municipality that returns a used halocarbon stating the name of the supplier or wholesaler and specifying the name of the person or municipality that returned the halocarbon and, in the case of a natural person, the name and address of the enterprise employing the person and the type and estimated quantity of halocarbon returned.
A supplier or wholesaler referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph that is unable to treat or eliminate the used halocarbon returned must
(1)  store it indoors and, if applicable, in accordance with Chapter IV of the Regulation respecting hazardous materials (chapter Q-2, r. 32) and the Regulation respecting occupational health and safety (chapter S-2.1, r. 13); and
(2)  take it, within 90 days, to one of the persons referred to in subparagraph 1 or 2 of the first paragraph.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 54; 201-2020O.C. 201-2020, s. 48.
54. A person who recovers from a unit a halocarbon that the person is unable to reclaim or eliminate must take the halocarbon or have it taken to the supplier or any other halocarbon wholesaler not later than the forty-fifth day following the date on which the container used for the recovery of the halocarbon is filled to its maximum capacity.
The supplier or wholesaler is required to take the returned halocarbons back if they are of the same type as the halocarbons the supplier or wholesaler sells or distributes or sold or distributed before 23 December 2004, so long as
(1)  the halocarbons are confined within an appropriate recovery container;
(2)  a label is affixed to the container identifying the type of halocarbon it contains; and
(3)  the container holds no more than one type of halocarbon and no substance other than halocarbons, except water or oil from normal use or other residues produced by normal halocarbon degradation.
The supplier or wholesaler is also required to give every person or municipality that returns a halocarbon a receipt indicating the name of the supplier or wholesaler, duly dated and signed, specifying the name of the person or municipality that returned the halocarbon and, in the case of a natural person, the name of the enterprise for which the person works and the type and estimated quantity of halocarbon returned.
In addition, the supplier or wholesaler must adequately store the returned halocarbons until the supplier or wholesaler is able to
(1)  reclaim or eliminate them;
(2)  deliver them to an enterprise or body able to reclaim or eliminate them; or
(3)  deliver them to another supplier higher up in the chain of distribution of halocarbons, subject to the second paragraph.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 54.