104. An incinerator must not emit combustion gases into the atmosphere that contain
(1) more than 20 mg/Rm3 of particles; that limit is raised to 50 mg/Rm3 in the case of a facility with a design feed rate of less than 1 ton per hour that does not burn residual hazardous materials or biomedical waste;
(2) more than 50 mg/Rm3 of hydrogen chloride; that limit is raised to 100 mg/Rm3 in the case of a facility with a design feed rate of less than 1 ton per hour that does not burn residual hazardous materials or biomedical waste;
(3) more than 150 mg/Rm3 of dioxide sulphur if the facility burns residual hazardous materials; or
(4) more than 0.08 ng/Rm3 of polychlorinated dibenzofuran or polychlorinated dibenzo [b,e] [1,4] dioxin congeners; the concentration of those contaminants in the combustion gases is obtained by adding the concentrations of each of the congeners listed in Schedule I and multiplying the sum obtained by the corresponding toxicity equivalency factor listed in that Schedule.
Subparagraphs 1 to 3 of the first paragraph and sections 103, 105, 108 to 110 and 115 do not apply to an incinerator used to scrub a gas effluent generated by an industrial process. The standards related to the industrial process apply to such an incinerator.
In addition, subparagraph 4 of the first paragraph does not apply to an incinerator referred to in the second paragraph if the effluent does not contain chlorinated compounds.
Subparagraph 4 of the first paragraph applies to existing incinerators as of 30 June 2012.