(b) any halogenated organic compound present in a gaseous effluent used as fuel and originating from a process.
The contaminant concentration measured pursuant to this section is expressed on a dry basis corrected to 7% oxygen according to the formula referred to in the first paragraph of section 79.
Despite the foregoing, the contaminant concentration measured pursuant to subparagraph 4 of the first paragraph is expressed on a dry basis corrected to 11% oxygen according to the formula referred to in the second paragraph of section 79.
For the purposes of this section, destruction and removal efficiency is calculated using the following formula:
Ed = (Qi - Qs) x 100
“Ed” is the destruction and removal efficiency of the organic compound concerned;
“Qi” is the feed rate expressed in kg/h of the most thermally stable organic compound concerned by the prescribed destruction and removal efficiency; and
“Qs” is the rate of emission into the atmosphere of the organic compound referred to “Qi” that is present in the gases emitted, expressed in kg/h.
Subparagraphs 2, 4 and 5 of the first paragraph do not apply to biogas or granules produced from lignocellulosic crops or used oil used in accordance with the second paragraph of section 26 of the Regulation respecting hazardous materials.
In addition, subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph does not apply to fuel consisting exclusively of used oil that has a contaminant content meeting the standards in Schedule 6 to the Regulation respecting hazardous materials.