Q-2, r. 46 - Regulation respecting contaminated soil storage and contaminated soil transfer stations

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34. Every application for an authorization must include the following information and documents, in addition to those required under section 23 of the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2) and the Regulation respecting the application of the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2, r. 3):
(1)  identification of the contaminants present in the soils to be received at the transfer station and the maximum storage capacity;
(2)  identification of the locations where gas is to be sampled for analysis, and the sampling frequency;
(3)  an overall plan, to scale, indicating
(a)  the operations site, including the siting of the building, equipment and surface water drainage system;
(b)  the area occupied by the buffer zone required pursuant to section 41 and the area zoning; and
(c)  the names and location of public thoroughfares, access roads both existing and proposed, watercourses and bodies of water within a radius of 1 km and the location of the observation wells on the land and in the ground;
(4)  a description of the observation wells and the surface water drainage system;
(5)  a plan of the building including the location and description of the ventilation, gas treatment, recovery, water decontamination and floor waterproofing systems;
(6)  the location of the soils in the building and identification of the batches of soils stored;
(7)  the manner in which the soils are to be handled on being received and shipped to their treatment destination;
(8)  the measures to be taken to prevent dust dispersal inside and in the vicinity of the site;
(9)  the monitoring, maintenance and cleaning program for the equipment including the frequency of the work to be performed;
(10)  the quality of the groundwater before the establishment of the transfer station as required by section 43;
(11)  the monitoring and control elements required under Division V;
(12)  the report of the observations made at the public meeting and a copy of the public notice published as required by section 36;
(13)  the fees payable pursuant to the Environment Quality Act; and
(14)  the financial guarantee required pursuant to section 63.
O.C. 15-2007, s. 34; I.N. 2019-12-01.
34. Every application for a certificate of authorization must include the following information and documents, in addition to those required under section 22 of the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2) and the Regulation respecting the application of the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2, r. 3):
(1)  identification of the contaminants present in the soils to be received at the transfer station and the maximum storage capacity;
(2)  identification of the locations where gas is to be sampled for analysis, and the sampling frequency;
(3)  an overall plan, to scale, indicating
(a)  the operations site, including the siting of the building, equipment and surface water drainage system;
(b)  the area occupied by the buffer zone required pursuant to section 41 and the area zoning; and
(c)  the names and location of public thoroughfares, access roads both existing and proposed, watercourses and bodies of water within a radius of 1 km and the location of the observation wells on the land and in the ground;
(4)  a description of the observation wells and the surface water drainage system;
(5)  a plan of the building including the location and description of the ventilation, gas treatment, recovery, water decontamination and floor waterproofing systems;
(6)  the location of the soils in the building and identification of the batches of soils stored;
(7)  the manner in which the soils are to be handled on being received and shipped to their treatment destination;
(8)  the measures to be taken to prevent dust dispersal inside and in the vicinity of the site;
(9)  the monitoring, maintenance and cleaning program for the equipment including the frequency of the work to be performed;
(10)  the quality of the groundwater before the establishment of the transfer station as required by section 43;
(11)  the monitoring and control elements required under Division V;
(12)  the report of the observations made at the public meeting and a copy of the public notice published as required by section 36;
(13)  the fees payable pursuant to the Environment Quality Act; and
(14)  the financial guarantee required pursuant to section 63.
O.C. 15-2007, s. 34.