Q-2 - Environment Quality Act

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31.54. Any change in the use of land referred to in section 31.53 is subject to the Minister’s approval of a rehabilitation plan if contaminants are present in the land in a concentration exceeding the regulatory limit values.
The rehabilitation plan must be sent to the Minister and must set out the measures that will be implemented to protect the quality of the environment and prevent adverse effects on the life, health, safety, welfare or comfort of human beings or on ecosystems, living species or property. The plan must also set out any measures intended to render the projected land use consistent with the condition of the land. Lastly, the plan must be accompanied by an implementation schedule and, if applicable, a plan for dismantling the facilities present on the land.
2002, c. 11, s. 2; 2017, c. 42017, c. 4, s. 37.
31.54. Any change in the use of land referred to in section 31.53 is subject to the Minister’s approval of a rehabilitation plan if contaminants are present in the land in a concentration exceeding the regulatory limit values.
The rehabilitation plan must be transmitted to the Minister, together with an implementation schedule, and set out the measures that will be implemented to protect human beings, the other living species and the environment in general, including property. The plan must also indicate any measures intended to render the projected land use consistent with the condition of the land.
2002, c. 11, s. 2.