Q-2, r. 4.1 - Clean Air Regulation

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10. Subject to the provisions of Chapter VI of this Title, the following industrial facilities, activities and processes must not emit or have the effect of emitting particles into the atmosphere in a concentration greater than 30 mg/Rm3 of dry gas for each emission point:
(1)  flour mills or other grain processing facilities;
(2)  distilleries;
(3)  breweries;
(4)  powdered food plants;
(5)  fertilizer production or mixing plants;
(6)  concrete plants;
(7)  ceramic, refractory composite, clay or porcelain products plants;
(8)  polyvinyl chloride processing plants;
(9)  storage in a confined environment;
(10)  welding or metal works in a plant;
(11)  indoor sandblasting;
(12)  preparation, concentration, agglomeration or drying of ore or ore concentrate, except asbestos ore and aluminum hydroxide;
(13)  drilling other than the drilling of a water supply well;
(14)  crushing or sieving of concrete waste, cement, bricks, bituminous concrete or architectural stones carried out outside a quarry or sand pit;
(15)  crushing, drying or sieving of surface mineral substances or aggregate from the operation of a quarry or sand pit governed by the Regulation respecting sand pits and quarries (chapter Q-2, r. 7.1) but carried out outside that quarry or sand pit, except crushing, drying or sieving carried out in a cement plant.
The emission limit prescribed by the first paragraph also applies to any particle collection system designed to prevent fugitive particle emissions during the transfer, fall or handling of the materials referred to in section 12, except sawdust and wood chips for which the particle emission limit value is 50 mg/Rm3 of dry gas.
O.C. 501-2011, s. 10; O.C. 1228-2013, s. 4; 239-2019O.C. 239-2019, s. 1.
10. Subject to the provisions of Chapter VI of this Title, the following industrial facilities, activities and processes must not emit or have the effect of emitting particles into the atmosphere in a concentration greater than 30 mg/Rm3 of dry gas for each emission point:
(1)  flour mills or other grain processing facilities;
(2)  distilleries;
(3)  breweries;
(4)  powdered food plants;
(5)  fertilizer production or mixing plants;
(6)  concrete plants;
(7)  ceramic, refractory composite, clay or porcelain products plants;
(8)  polyvinyl chloride processing plants;
(9)  storage in a confined environment;
(10)  welding or metal works in a plant;
(11)  indoor sandblasting;
(12)  preparation, concentration, agglomeration or drying of ore or ore concentrate, except asbestos ore and aluminum hydroxide;
(13)  drilling other than the drilling of a water supply well;
(14)  crushing or sieving of concrete waste, cement, bricks, bituminous concrete or architectural stones carried out outside a quarry or sand pit.
The emission limit prescribed by the first paragraph also applies to any particle collection system designed to prevent fugitive particle emissions during the transfer, fall or handling of the materials referred to in section 12, except sawdust and wood chips for which the particle emission limit value is 50 mg/Rm3 of dry gas.
O.C. 501-2011, s. 10; O.C. 1228-2013, s. 4.
10. Subject to the provisions of Chapter VI of this Title, the following industrial facilities, activities and processes must not emit or have the effect of emitting particles into the atmosphere in a concentration greater than 30 mg/Rm3 of dry gas for each emission point:
(1)  flour mills or other grain processing facilities;
(2)  distilleries;
(3)  breweries;
(4)  powdered food plants;
(5)  fertilizer mixing plants;
(6)  concrete plants;
(7)  ceramic, refractory composite, clay or porcelain products plants;
(8)  polyvinyl chloride processing plants;
(9)  storage in a confined environment;
(10)  welding or metal works in a plant;
(11)  indoor sandblasting;
(12)  preparation, concentration, agglomeration or drying of ore or ore concentrate, except asbestos ore and aluminum hydroxide;
(13)  drilling other than the drilling of a water supply well;
(14)  crushing or sieving of concrete waste, cement, bricks, bituminous concrete or architectural stones carried out outside a quarry or sand pit.
The emission limit prescribed by the first paragraph also applies to any particle collection system designed to prevent fugitive particle emissions during the transfer, fall or handling of the materials referred to in section 12, except sawdust and wood chips for which the particle emission limit value is 50 mg/Rm3 of dry gas.
O.C. 501-2011, s. 10.