Q-2, r. 32 - Regulation respecting hazardous materials

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119. Every application for a permit, other than the one concerning the transportation of hazardous materials to a disposal site, shall include the following information and documents:
(1)  if the applicant is a natural person, his name, address and telephone number;
(2)  in the case of a legal person, a partnership or an association, its name, the address of its head office, the quality of the person signing the application and a certified copy of the deed authorizing the filing of such an application;
(3)  in the case of a municipality, a certified copy of the deed authorizing the application and the person signing it;
(4)  the business number assigned to the applicant if the applicant is registered in the enterprise register;
(5)  except in the case of an application respecting the operation of mobile facilities, the cadastral designation of the lots on which the project will be carried on and a plan of the sites on which the proposed activity will take place, with an indication of the zoning of the land in question;
(6)  a copy of every document confirming the applicant’s rights in respect of the lots specified by the application, as well as a copy of the location certificate;
(7)  the identification of the categories of hazardous materials determined according to the indications in Schedule 4 in respect of which the activity will be carried on and the quantities involved;
(8)  a description of the technical aspects of the project, including a list of the equipment and systems, the various steps of the process, management of the hazardous materials produced and information concerning the nominal capacity of the project;
(9)  a description of the nature and volume of the contaminants that may be emitted, discharged, released or deposited into the environment, as well as their points of emission, discharge, release or deposit;
(10)  in the case of the operation of a final disposal site, a program for monitoring, supervising and following the quality of surface and underground water, leachates and biogases as well as a maintenance program for the equipment and systems with which the site will be equipped; those programs will apply during the operation, on closure and thereafter;
(11)  a guarantee that complies with the requirements of sections 120 to 123, in an amount determined in Schedule 10, except in the case of an application for a permit to use used oil for energy generation purposes, where the nominal capacity is less than 1 ton or 1 kl per hour; and
(12)  a certificate from the bailiff or the secretary-treasurer of the local municipality or, in the case of an unorganized territory, of the regional county municipality, attesting that the completion of the project does not contravene any municipal by-law.
The application for a permit respecting the transportation of hazardous materials to a disposal site shall, in addition to those referred to in subparagraphs 1 to 4 of the first paragraph, contain the following information and documents:
(1)  a copy of the permit issued by the Commission des transports du Québec authorizing the applicant to provide such a transportation service;
(2)  the number and type of vehicles used;
(3)  the address and place where the vehicles will be home-based;
(4)  the categories of hazardous materials, whose identification is determined according to the indications in Schedule 4, which the applicant intends to transport;
(5)  a guarantee of $100,000 that complies with the requirements prescribed by sections 120 to 123.
O.C. 1310-97, s. 119.