A-18.1, r. 0.01 - Regulation respecting the sustainable development of forests in the domain of the State

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124. The setting up of a piling area is prohibited on a 30-m strip located along a road corridor and in its right-of-way.
The setting up of a piling area is also prohibited within 20 m of an open peat bog, a swamp, a riparian shrub marsh, a lake or a watercourse.
The organic matter from the scraping of soil for the laying out of a piling area must be piled more than 20 m from an open peat bog, a swamp, a riparian shrub marsh, a lake or a watercourse for its reuse. Runoff from a piling area must be diverted to a vegetation area located more than 20 m from those environments.
The distance of 20 m referred to in the second and third paragraphs is measured from the perimeter of the peat bog, swamp or marsh or from the upper limit of the shore of the lake or bank of the watercourse. In the presence of a riparian ecotone, the measurement is made from the limit of the ecotone farthest from the environment to be protected.
473-2017O.C. 473-2017, s. 124.
In force: 2018-04-01
124. The setting up of a piling area is prohibited on a 30-m strip located along a road corridor and in its right-of-way.
The setting up of a piling area is also prohibited within 20 m of an open peat bog, a swamp, a riparian shrub marsh, a lake or a watercourse.
The organic matter from the scraping of soil for the laying out of a piling area must be piled more than 20 m from an open peat bog, a swamp, a riparian shrub marsh, a lake or a watercourse for its reuse. Runoff from a piling area must be diverted to a vegetation area located more than 20 m from those environments.
The distance of 20 m referred to in the second and third paragraphs is measured from the perimeter of the peat bog, swamp or marsh or from the upper limit of the shore of the lake or bank of the watercourse. In the presence of a riparian ecotone, the measurement is made from the limit of the ecotone farthest from the environment to be protected.
473-2017O.C. 473-2017, s. 124.