Q-2 - Environment Quality Act

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53.1. (Repealed).
1999, c. 75, s. 13; 2011, c. 14, s. 1; 2017, c. 42017, c. 4, s. 84.
53.1. For the purposes of this division,
elimination means any operation involving the final deposit or discharge of residual materials in or into the environment, in particular by dumping, storage or incineration, including operations involving the treatment or transfer of residual materials with a view to their elimination;
reclamation means any operation the purpose of which is to obtain usable substances or products, or energy, from residual materials through re-use, recycling, biological treatment, including composting and biomethanation, land farming, regeneration or any other process that does not constitute elimination.
1999, c. 75, s. 13; 2011, c. 14, s. 1.
53.1. For the purposes of this division,
elimination means any operation involving the final deposit or discharge of residual materials in or into the environment, in particular by dumping, storage or incineration, including operations involving the treatment or transfer of residual materials with a view to their elimination ;
reclamation means any operation the purpose of which is to obtain usable substances or products, or energy, from residual materials through re-use, recycling, composting, regeneration or any other process that does not constitute elimination.
1999, c. 75, s. 13.