Q-2, r. 29 - Regulation respecting halocarbons

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32. A person who operates an enterprise that dismantles or sells scrapped motor vehicles, tool vehicles or farm machinery, automobile hulks or parts from dismantled vehicles or vehicles intended to be dismantled, destroyed or sold for parts only must, without delay and before an air conditioning unit equipping such a vehicle or components of such a unit containing halocarbons are dismantled or disposed of to be destroyed, recover the halocarbons contained in the unit or components. The halocarbon must be recovered by means of appropriate equipment whose effectiveness is equal to or greater than one of the standards referred to in section 31, according to the type of halocarbon and the type of operation. The halocarbons recovered must be confined within a recovery container designed for that purpose.
The person is also required to see that each such unit or part so emptied bears a label stating that the unit or part does not contain halocarbons.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 32; 201-2020O.C. 201-2020, s. 26.
32. A person who operates an enterprise that dismantles or sells scrapped motor vehicles, tool vehicles or farm machinery, automobile hulks or parts from dismantled vehicles or vehicles intended to be dismantled, destroyed or sold for parts only must, before an air conditioning unit equipping such a vehicle or components of such a unit containing halocarbons are dismantled or disposed of to be destroyed, recover the halocarbons contained in the unit or components using the appropriate equipment meeting or exceeding SAE Standard J2209, SAE Standard J1990 or SAE Standard J2210 referred to in section 31 according to the type of halocarbon and operation.
The person is also required to see that each such unit or part so emptied bears a label stating that the unit or part does not contain halocarbons.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 32.