Q-2, r. 5 - Regulation respecting industrial depollution attestations

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SCHEDULE I
(s. 12)
AMOUNT EXIGIBLE FOR INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES INTO WATER AND THE ATMOSPHERE
1. The annual duties provided for in section 12 are composed, in particular, of the total of the amounts calculated for an establishment’s industrial discharges into water and the atmosphere. Those amounts are calculated in the following manner for each of the contaminants in Tables I and II:
n 
Tc × Fc × $2.15
c - 1 
where
T = tonnage of contaminant discharged during the preceding year of operation of the establishment, in metric tons.
F = weighting factor established by contaminant discharged as provided for in Tables I and II
c = discharged contaminant referred to in Tables I and II
$2.15 = unit rate per metric ton of contaminant discharged per year
Table I
Discharges into water and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| | Weighting factor(F) |
| | |
| |_____________________________|
| Contaminants discharged into water (c) | | |
| | Contaminants |Contaminants|
| | discharged | discharged |
| | “into system” | “outside |
| | | system” |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) | 0.4 | 2 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Suspended matter (SM) | 0,2 | 1 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | |
| Aluminum (Al), iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) |Contaminants discharged “into|
| |system” and “outside system” |
| |_____________________________|
| | |
| | 50 |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and | 200 |
| lead (Pb) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Absorbable halogen compounds (AHC) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), selenium (Se) and zinc | 100 |
| (Zn) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Cyanides (CN) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Lithium (Li), thorium (Th), titanium (Ti), | 100 |
| vanadium (V) and uranium (U) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Radium (Ra) | 200 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
Table II
Emissions into the atmosphere and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| Contaminants emitted into the atmosphere(c) | Weighting |
| | factor(F) |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and lead| 200 |
| (Pb) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Hydrogen chloride(HCl) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total reduced sulphur compounds (TRS) | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Volatile organic compounds (COV) | 20 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphur dioxide (SO2) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HAP) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Nitrogen oxides (NOx) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Particles (P) | 1 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
2. For the purposes of Table I of section 1 of this Schedule,
(1) contaminants discharged “into system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment into a sewer system and treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works;
(2) contaminants discharged “outside system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment outside a sewer system or not treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works.
O.C. 601-93, Sch. A; O.C. 652-2013, s. 12.
SCHEDULE I
(s. 12)
AMOUNT EXIGIBLE FOR INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES INTO WATER AND THE ATMOSPHERE
1. The annual duties provided for in section 12 are composed, in particular, of the total of the amounts calculated for an establishment’s industrial discharges into water and the atmosphere. Those amounts are calculated in the following manner for each of the contaminants in Tables I and II:
where
T = tonnage of contaminant discharged during the preceding year of operation of the establishment, in metric tons.
F = weighting factor established by contaminant discharged as provided for in Tables I and II
c = discharged contaminant referred to in Tables I and II
$2.10 = unit rate per metric ton of contaminant discharged per year
Table I
Discharges into water and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| | Weighting factor(F) |
| | |
| |_____________________________|
| Contaminants discharged into water (c) | | |
| | Contaminants |Contaminants|
| | discharged | discharged |
| | “into system” | “outside |
| | | system” |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) | 0.4 | 2 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Suspended matter (SM) | 0,2 | 1 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | |
| Aluminum (Al), iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) |Contaminants discharged “into|
| |system” and “outside system” |
| |_____________________________|
| | |
| | 50 |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and | 200 |
| lead (Pb) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Absorbable halogen compounds (AHC) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), selenium (Se) and zinc | 100 |
| (Zn) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Cyanides (CN) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Lithium (Li), thorium (Th), titanium (Ti), | 100 |
| vanadium (V) and uranium (U) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Radium (Ra) | 200 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
Table II
Emissions into the atmosphere and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| Contaminants emitted into the atmosphere(c) | Weighting |
| | factor(F) |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and lead| 200 |
| (Pb) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Hydrogen chloride(HCl) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total reduced sulphur compounds (TRS) | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Volatile organic compounds (COV) | 20 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphur dioxide (SO2) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HAP) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Nitrogen oxides (NOx) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Particles (P) | 1 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
2. For the purposes of Table I of section 1 of this Schedule,
(1) contaminants discharged “into system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment into a sewer system and treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works;
(2) contaminants discharged “outside system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment outside a sewer system or not treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works.
O.C. 601-93, Sch. A; O.C. 652-2013, s. 12.
SCHEDULE I
(s. 12)
AMOUNT EXIGIBLE FOR INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES INTO WATER AND THE ATMOSPHERE
1. The annual duties provided for in section 12 are composed, in particular, of the total of the amounts calculated for an establishment’s industrial discharges into water and the atmosphere. Those amounts are calculated in the following manner for each of the contaminants in Tables I and II:
where
T = tonnage of contaminant discharged during the preceding year of operation of the establishment, in metric tons.
F = weighting factor established by contaminant discharged as provided for in Tables I and II
c = discharged contaminant referred to in Tables I and II
$2.05 = unit rate per metric ton of contaminant discharged per year
Table I
Discharges into water and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| | Weighting factor(F) |
| | |
| |_____________________________|
| Contaminants discharged into water (c) | | |
| | Contaminants |Contaminants|
| | discharged | discharged |
| | “into system” | “outside |
| | | system” |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) | 0.4 | 2 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Suspended matter (SM) | 0,2 | 1 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | |
| Aluminum (Al), iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) |Contaminants discharged “into|
| |system” and “outside system” |
| |_____________________________|
| | |
| | 50 |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and | 200 |
| lead (Pb) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Absorbable halogen compounds (AHC) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), selenium (Se) and zinc | 100 |
| (Zn) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Cyanides (CN) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Lithium (Li), thorium (Th), titanium (Ti), | 100 |
| vanadium (V) and uranium (U) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Radium (Ra) | 200 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
Table II
Emissions into the atmosphere and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| Contaminants emitted into the atmosphere(c) | Weighting |
| | factor(F) |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and lead| 200 |
| (Pb) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Hydrogen chloride(HCl) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total reduced sulphur compounds (TRS) | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Volatile organic compounds (COV) | 20 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphur dioxide (SO2) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HAP) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Nitrogen oxides (NOx) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Particles (P) | 1 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
2. For the purposes of Table I of section 1 of this Schedule,
(1) contaminants discharged “into system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment into a sewer system and treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works;
(2) contaminants discharged “outside system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment outside a sewer system or not treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works.
O.C. 601-93, Sch. A; O.C. 652-2013, s. 12.
SCHEDULE I
(s. 12)
AMOUNT EXIGIBLE FOR INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES INTO WATER AND THE ATMOSPHERE
1. The annual duties provided for in section 12 are composed, in particular, of the total of the amounts calculated for an establishment’s industrial discharges into water and the atmosphere. Those amounts are calculated in the following manner for each of the contaminants in Tables I and II:
where
T = tonnage of contaminant discharged during the preceding year of operation of the establishment, in metric tons.
F = weighting factor established by contaminant discharged as provided for in Tables I and II
c = discharged contaminant referred to in Tables I and II
$2.05 = unit rate per metric ton of contaminant discharged per year
Table I
Discharges into water and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| | Weighting factor(F) |
| | |
| |_____________________________|
| Contaminants discharged into water (c) | | |
| | Contaminants |Contaminants|
| | discharged | discharged |
| | “into system” | “outside |
| | | system” |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) | 0.4 | 2 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Suspended matter (SM) | 0,2 | 1 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | |
| Aluminum (Al), iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) |Contaminants discharged “into|
| |system” and “outside system” |
| |_____________________________|
| | |
| | 50 |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and | 200 |
| lead (Pb) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Absorbable halogen compounds (AHC) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), selenium (Se) and zinc | 100 |
| (Zn) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Cyanides (CN) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Lithium (Li), thorium (Th), titanium (Ti), | 100 |
| vanadium (V) and uranium (U) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Radium (Ra) | 200 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
Table II
Emissions into the atmosphere and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| Contaminants emitted into the atmosphere(c) | Weighting |
| | factor(F) |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and lead| 200 |
| (Pb) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Hydrogen chloride(HCl) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total reduced sulphur compounds (TRS) | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Volatile organic compounds (COV) | 20 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphur dioxide (SO2) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HAP) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Nitrogen oxides (NOx) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Particles (P) | 1 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
2. For the purposes of Table I of section 1 of this Schedule,
(1) contaminants discharged “into system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment into a sewer system and treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works;
(2) contaminants discharged “outside system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment outside a sewer system or not treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works.
O.C. 601-93, Sch. A; O.C. 652-2013, s. 12.
SCHEDULE I
(s. 12)
AMOUNT EXIGIBLE FOR INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES INTO WATER AND THE ATMOSPHERE
1. The annual duties provided for in section 12 are composed, in particular, of the total of the amounts calculated for an establishment’s industrial discharges into water and the atmosphere. Those amounts are calculated in the following manner for each of the contaminants in Tables I and II:
where
T = tonnage of contaminant discharged during the preceding year of operation of the establishment, in metric tons.
F = weighting factor established by contaminant discharged as provided for in Tables I and II
c = discharged contaminant referred to in Tables I and II
2 $ = unit rate per metric ton of contaminant discharged per year
Table I
Discharges into water and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| | Weighting factor(F) |
| | |
| |_____________________________|
| Contaminants discharged into water (c) | | |
| | Contaminants |Contaminants|
| | discharged | discharged |
| | “into system” | “outside |
| | | system” |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) | 0.4 | 2 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Suspended matter (SM) | 0,2 | 1 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | |
| Aluminum (Al), iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) |Contaminants discharged “into|
| |system” and “outside system” |
| |_____________________________|
| | |
| | 50 |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and | 200 |
| lead (Pb) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Absorbable halogen compounds (AHC) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), selenium (Se) and zinc | 100 |
| (Zn) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Cyanides (CN) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Lithium (Li), thorium (Th), titanium (Ti), | 100 |
| vanadium (V) and uranium (U) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Radium (Ra) | 200 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
Table II
Emissions into the atmosphere and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| Contaminants emitted into the atmosphere(c) | Weighting |
| | factor(F) |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and lead| 200 |
| (Pb) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Hydrogen chloride(HCl) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total reduced sulphur compounds (TRS) | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Volatile organic compounds (COV) | 20 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphur dioxide (SO2) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HAP) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Nitrogen oxides (NOx) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Particles (P) | 1 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
2. For the purposes of Table I of section 1 of this Schedule,
(1) contaminants discharged “into system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment into a sewer system and treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works;
(2) contaminants discharged “outside system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment outside a sewer system or not treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works.
O.C. 601-93, Sch. A; O.C. 652-2013, s. 12.
SCHEDULE I
(s. 12)
AMOUNT EXIGIBLE FOR INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES INTO WATER AND THE ATMOSPHERE
1. The annual duties provided for in section 12 are composed, in particular, of the total of the amounts calculated for an establishment’s industrial discharges into water and the atmosphere. Those amounts are calculated in the following manner for each of the contaminants in Tables I and II:
where
T = tonnage of contaminant discharged during the preceding year of operation of the establishment, in metric tons.
F = weighting factor established by contaminant discharged as provided for in Tables I and II
c = discharged contaminant referred to in Tables I and II
2 $ = unit rate per metric ton of contaminant discharged per year
Table I
Discharges into water and weighting factor
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| | Weighting factor(F) |
| | |
| |_____________________________|
| Contaminants discharged into water (c) | | |
| | Contaminants |Contaminants|
| | discharged | discharged |
| | “into system” | “outside |
| | | system” |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) | 0.4 | 2 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | | |
| Suspended matter (SM) | 0,2 | 1 |
| | | |
|___________________________________________________|________________|____________|
| | |
| Aluminum (Al), iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) |Contaminants discharged “into|
| |system” and “outside system” |
| |_____________________________|
| | |
| | 50 |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and | 200 |
| lead (Pb) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Absorbable halogen compounds (AHC) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), selenium (Se) and zinc | 100 |
| (Zn) | |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Cyanides (CN) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Lithium (Li), thorium (Th), titanium (Ti), | 100 |
| vanadium (V) and uranium (U) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Radium (Ra) | 200 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
Table II
Emissions into the atmosphere and weighting factor
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| | |
| Contaminants emitted into the atmosphere(c) | Weighting |
| | factor(F) |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) | 100 |
| | |
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| | |
| Arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr) and lead| 200 |
| (Pb) | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Hydrogen chloride(HCl) | 100 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total reduced sulphur compounds (TRS) | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Volatile organic compounds (COV) | 20 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Dioxins and furans - total (PCDD-PCDF) | 1,000,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Sulphur dioxide (SO2) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Total fluorides | 50 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HAP) | 1,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Mercury (Hg) | 100,000 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Nitrogen oxides (NOx) | 4 |
| | |
|___________________________________________________|_____________________________|
| | |
| Particles (P) | 1 |
| | |
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2. For the purposes of Table I of section 1 of this Schedule,
(1) contaminants discharged “into system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment into a sewer system and treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works;
(2) contaminants discharged “outside system” means any contaminant discharged by an industrial establishment outside a sewer system or not treated by a municipal wastewater treatment works.
O.C. 601-93, Sch. A; O.C. 652-2013, s. 12.
SCHEDULE A
(s. 12)
TABLE I
List of parameters for discharge into water, together with their weighting factors
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| | |
| Water | Weighting |
| | factor |
|__________________________________|__________________|
| | |
| Discharge “into system” (1) | |
| | |
|- Suspended matter (SM) | .2 |
|- Biochemical oxygen demand | |
| BOD5) | .4 |
|__________________________________|__________________|
| Discharge “outside system” (2)| |
| | |
|- Suspended matter (SM) | 1 |
|- Biochemical oxygen demand | |
| (BOD5) | 2 |
|__________________________________|__________________|
| Discharge “into and | |
| outside system” (3) | |
| | |
|- Heavy metals, comprising | |
| copper (Cu), lead (Pb), | |
| zinc (Zn), nickel (Ni) and | |
| aluminium (AL) | 50 |
| | |
|- Cyanides | 100 |
|- Absorbable halogen compounds | |
| (AHC) | 100 |
| | |
|- Polycyclic aromatic | |
| hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
|__________________________________|__________________|
(1) Parameters for discharge into a sewer system by the industrial establishment and treatment by municipal waste water treatment installations.
(2) Parameters for discharge by the industrial establishment outside a sewer system or without treatment by municipal waste water treatment installations.
(3) Parameters for discharge into or outside a sewer system by the industrial establishment.
TABLE II
List of parameters for discharge into the atmosphere, together with their weighting factors
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| | |
| Atmosphere | Weighting |
| | factor |
|__________________________________|__________________|
| | |
|- Particulate matter | 1 |
| | |
|- Sulphur dioxide (SO2) | 2 |
| | |
|- Fluorine (F) | 2 |
| | |
|- Volatile organic compounds | |
| (VOC) | 20 |
| | |
|- Total reduced sulphur | |
| compounds (TRS) | 50 |
| | |
|- Polycyclic aromatic | |
| hydrocarbons (PAH) | 1,000 |
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O.C. 601-93, Sch. A.