Q-2 - Environment Quality Act

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31.15.2. (Replaced).
1991, c. 30, s. 7; 1997, c. 43, s. 511; 1999, c. 75, s. 7; 2017, c. 42017, c. 4, s. 26.
31.15.2. The Minister may require that the applicant submit to him, within 60 days after the date of notification of a written notice or on any later date specified in the notice, a residual materials management plan for the residual materials produced by the industrial establishment or found on the site of the establishment.
The Minister may, on issuing an attestation, impose the residual materials management plan, with or without amendment.
If the applicant fails to submit a residual materials management plan within the time allowed, the Minister may impose on him, on issuing the attestation, any residual materials management plan he considers necessary for the protection of the environment and, for that purpose, fix the conditions, requirements, time limits and terms of the plan.
The residual materials management plan must indicate, in particular, the estimated annual maximum quantity of each residual material produced by the industrial establishment or found on the site of the establishment as well as the mode of management and final destination of residual material.
1991, c. 30, s. 7; 1997, c. 43, s. 511; 1999, c. 75, s. 7.
31.15.2. The Minister may require that the applicant submit to him, within 60 days after the date of notification of a written notice or on any later date specified in the notice, a management plan for the waste produced by the industrial establishment or found on the site of the establishment.
The Minister may, on issuing an attestation, impose the waste management plan, with or without amendment.
If the applicant fails to submit a waste management plan within the time allowed, the Minister may impose on him, on issuing the attestation, any waste management plan he considers necessary for the protection of the environment and, for that purpose, fix the conditions, requirements, time limits and terms of the plan.
The waste management plan must indicate, in particular, the estimated annual maximum quantity of each waste produced by the industrial establishment or found on the site of the establishment as well as the mode of management and final destination of the waste.
1991, c. 30, s. 7; 1997, c. 43, s. 511.
31.15.2. The Minister may require that the applicant submit to him, within 60 days after the date of service of a written notice or on any later date specified in the notice, a management plan for the waste produced by the industrial establishment or found on the site of the establishment.
The Minister may, on issuing an attestation, impose the waste management plan, with or without amendment.
If the applicant fails to submit a waste management plan within the time allowed, the Minister may impose on him, on issuing the attestation, any waste management plan he considers necessary for the protection of the environment and, for that purpose, fix the conditions, requirements, time limits and terms of the plan.
The waste management plan must indicate, in particular, the estimated annual maximum quantity of each waste produced by the industrial establishment or found on the site of the establishment as well as the mode of management and final destination of the waste.
1991, c. 30, s. 7.