107. Every incinerator must have a destruction and removal efficiency during incineration equal to or greater than 99.9999% for the following substances present in each residual hazardous material:
(1) any halogenated organic compound if the concentration at the feed point is such that the residual hazardous material containing the compound constitutes a toxic material;
(2) any halogenated organic compound where the total halogen content in the residual hazardous material containing the compound at the feed point is equal to or greater than 0.2% by weight in the case of an existing incinerator, or greater than 0.15% by weight in the case of a new incinerator; and
(3) any PCB where the total PCB concentration of the residual hazardous material in the fuel containing the PCB at the feed point is greater than 50 mg/kg.
The destruction and removal efficiency must be equal to or greater than 99.99% for the organic compounds present in the residual hazardous materials other than the organic compounds referred to in the first paragraph that would constitute hazardous materials if they were the sole component of a material or for any halogenated organic compound present in a gaseous effluent originating from a process.
For the purposes of this section, the destruction and removal efficiency is calculated using the formula in the fourth paragraph of section 90.
This section does not apply to used oil meeting the standards in Schedule 6 to the Regulation respecting hazardous materials (chapter Q-2, r. 32).