Q-2, r. 29 - Regulation respecting halocarbons

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5. No person may directly or indirectly emit a halocarbon or cause or allow a halocarbon to be emitted into the atmosphere.
The emission of a halocarbon inside an immovable that is not equipped with a system preventing, in a durable manner, the migration of that substance outside the immovable is considered to be an emission into the atmosphere.
The prohibition in the first paragraph does not apply to halocarbon emissions resulting from
(1)  the operation of an air extraction system of a refrigeration or air conditioning unit whose emissions into the atmosphere do not exceed the limit set by the first paragraph of section 27;
(2)  the use of a process to manufacture plastic foam or plastic foam products referred to in Division V of Chapter II;
(3)  the use of a process to produce magnesium, subject to sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) emissions which are prohibited as of 16 April 2020;
(4)  the use of a solvent;
(5)  training, research and development activities;
(6)  leak tests conducted in accordance with this Regulation; or
(7)  the use of a fire extinguisher to prevent, extinguish or control a fire.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 5; 201-2020O.C. 201-2020, s. 5.
5. No person may directly or indirectly emit a halocarbon or cause or allow a halocarbon to be emitted into the atmosphere.
The emission of a halocarbon inside an immovable that is not equipped with a system preventing, in a durable manner, the migration of that substance outside the immovable is considered to be an emission into the atmosphere.
The prohibition in the first paragraph does not apply to emissions inherent in the operation of an air extraction system of a refrigeration or air conditioning unit complying with the standard in section 27 or to emissions inherent in a process in the manufacturing of plastic foam or plastic foam products referred to in Division VI of Chapter II.
The prohibition does not apply to emissions inherent in a magnesium production process or to emissions inherent in the use of a solvent. It also does not apply to the use of a fire extinguisher to prevent, extinguish or control a fire that has not been purposely lit for vocational training or demonstration purposes.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 5.