20. The operator of a contaminated soil storage site must verify the acceptability of soils before they are received. For that purpose, the operator must, on the arrival of every incoming shipment of soil, request from the owner of the soil and enter in an operations logbook the site of origin of the soil, the date and quantity accepted and the concentration of the contaminants it contains.
The operator must also, for each batch of soil and for at least every 100 m3 of contaminated soils accepted, take a single sample with a mass sufficient to make an analysis of all the contaminants among those listed in Schedule II likely to be present in the soils. The results of the analysis must also be entered in the logbook.
The logbook must make it possible at all times to locate the batches of soils received to allow sampling to be performed to verify their acceptability.
For outgoing soils, the operator must enter in the logbook the destination and quantity of the soils and the date on which they are shipped to the site or sites authorized to receive them.
The operator must keep the logbook and make it available to the Minister for 5 years after closure of the storage site.