Q-2, r. 19 - Regulation respecting the landfilling and incineration of residual materials

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127. An incineration facility governed by this Chapter must have a sampling system that continuously measures and records the concentration of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oxygen in the combustion gases emitted into the atmosphere. It must also have a system that continuously measures and records the gas temperature at the outlet of the final combustion chamber.
If the incineration facility has a rated capacity of 1 ton or more per hour, it must also have a sampling system that continuously measures and records the opacity of the combustion gases or the concentration of the particles emitted into the atmosphere.
In addition, if an incineration facility has a rated capacity of 2 tons or more per hour and burns halogenated materials, it must have a sampling system that continuously measures and records the concentration of hydrogen chloride in the combustion gases emitted into the atmosphere.
All measurements must be kept by the operator for a minimum of 4 years and be made available to the Minister.
O.C. 451-2005, s. 127.