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

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4. In addition to a halocarbon that is considered to be a hazardous material under section 4 of the Regulation respecting halocarbons (chapter Q-2, r. 29), the following are classed as hazardous materials:
(1)  any mineral or synthetic oil;
(2)  any grease that is mineral oil or synthetic oil to which thickeners have been added;
(3)  any empty vessel other than an aerosol container or gas cylinder that is contaminated by
(a)  a toxic material;
(b)  a deposit of more than 2.5 cm of oil, grease or other hazardous materials; or
(c)  oil, grease or other hazardous materials whose quantity is greater than 3% of the volume of the vessel when its volume is less than 440 litres, or when the quantity is greater than 0.3% of the volume of the vessel when its volume is 440 litres or more;
(4)  any gas cylinder or aerosol container holding oil, grease or other hazardous materials and whose internal pressure is greater than the normal atmospheric pressure (20 ºC);
(5)  any material or object containing only 3% or more of hazardous materials in oil or grease mass;
(6)  any material and object that, when tested in accordance with the methods prescribed in the Liste des méthodes d’analyses relatives à l’application des règlements découlant de la Loi sur la qualité de l’environnement published by the Ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et des Parcs, contain more than 1,500 mg/kg of total organic halogen;
(7)  any material and object containing PCBs or contaminated by PCBs — polychlorinated biphenyls whose molecular formula is C12H10-nC1n, “n” being a whole number greater or equal to 2 but less than or equal to 10 — that are listed below:
(a)  any liquid containing more than 50 mg of PCBs per kg of liquid; or
(b)  any solid containing more than 50 mg of PCBs per kg of solid; or
(c)  any substance containing more than 50 mg of PCBs per kg of substance;
(d)  any object — equipment, machinery, capacitor, transformer, manufactured object — containing a liquid, solid or substance mentioned above or that is contaminated by such a material;
(e)  any object or exposed metal part whose surface is contaminated by more than 1 mg of PCBs per m2; and
(8)  any other material or object whose surface is contaminated by oil, grease or other hazardous material.
O.C. 1310-97, s. 4; O.C. 1091-2004, s. 69.