Q-2, r. 18 - Regulation respecting the burial of contaminated soils

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15. The operator of a contaminated soil burial site is required to check if the soils that enter the site may be received. For that purpose, the operator must, for every load of soils, ask and record in an annual operation register
(1)  the name and address of the owner of the soils and the name of the carrier;
(2)  the nature of substances present in the soils and their concentration value;
(3)  the origin of the soils;
(4)  the quantity of soils, expressed in weight (metric ton); and
(5)  the date on which they were received.
The operator must, before receiving contaminated soils, confirm the nature and the concentration values of substances present in the soils, among those in Schedule I, by means of an analysis report including a number of representative samples enabling receivabililty to be verified. The report shall be certified by a laboratory accredited by the Minister under section 118.6 of the Act and be attached to the operation register.
In addition, the operator must, when receiving soils, have a certain number of samples analyzed to validate the aforementioned reports. The data will be attached to the register. To that end, a sampling and analysis program including the collection method and the number of samples required per volume unit shall accompany the application for an authorization.
The operation registers and their schedules shall be kept on the site during its operation; after the site is closed, they shall be kept by the operator for a minimum of 5 years following the date the site is closed.
O.C. 843-2001, s. 15; I.N. 2019-12-01.
15. The operator of a contaminated soil burial site is required to check if the soils that enter the site may be received. For that purpose, the operator must, for every load of soils, ask and record in an annual operation register
(1)  the name and address of the owner of the soils and the name of the carrier;
(2)  the nature of substances present in the soils and their concentration value;
(3)  the origin of the soils;
(4)  the quantity of soils, expressed in weight (metric ton); and
(5)  the date on which they were received.
The operator must, before receiving contaminated soils, confirm the nature and the concentration values of substances present in the soils, among those in Schedule I, by means of an analysis report including a number of representative samples enabling receivabililty to be verified. The report shall be certified by a laboratory accredited by the Minister under section 118.6 of the Act and be attached to the operation register.
In addition, the operator must, when receiving soils, have a certain number of samples analyzed to validate the aforementioned reports. The data will be attached to the register. To that end, a sampling and analysis program including the collection method and the number of samples required per volume unit shall accompany the application for a certificate of authorization.
The operation registers and their schedules shall be kept on the site during its operation; after the site is closed, they shall be kept by the operator for a minimum of 5 years following the date the site is closed.
O.C. 843-2001, s. 15.