Q-2, r. 4.1 - Clean Air Regulation

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87. In addition to the emissions testing referred to in section 86, the operator of fuel burning equipment using fuel that consists of wood or wood waste treated with a product containing creosote or pentachlorophenol must, at the frequency prescribed by the first paragraph of that section according to the rated power of that equipment, perform source emissions testing of the gases emitted into the atmosphere by the equipment, calculate the destruction and removal efficiency of the equipment for those substances in accordance with section 81 and for that purpose, measure each of the parameters necessary for the calculation.
If the wood or wood waste used as fuel contains or is saturated with formaldehyde-based glue or has been treated with a product containing chromium, copper or arsenic, the operator must, at the same frequency, perform source emissions testing of the gases emitted into the atmosphere and calculate the concentration in the atmosphere of the contaminants referred to in the applicable provisions of the fifth paragraph of section 75 or paragraph 2 of section 77 using an air dispersion model in accordance with Schedule H.
In addition, the operator must carry out the first sampling and calculation within 1 year as of 30 June 2011 or as of the date on which the treated wood or wood waste is first used as fuel if that date is subsequent to the former date.
The provisions of this section apply, with the necessary modifications, to the operator of an industrial furnace supplied with such fuels.
O.C. 501-2011, s. 87.