70.6. Whoever has possession of a hazardous residual material must keep a register containing the information prescribed by government regulation.
“Hazardous residual material” means
(1) a hazardous material that was produced or used but subsequently discarded;
(2) a hazardous material that was used but is no longer used for the same purpose or a purpose similar to its initial use;
(3) a hazardous material that was produced or kept for eventual use but is outdated; or
(4) a hazardous material that was produced or used and that appears on a list of hazardous residual materials established by government regulation or belongs to a class appearing on the list.
A person keeping a register must furnish to the Minister, within the time fixed by him, any information he requires which is contained in the register.
This section does not apply to a natural person who has possession of a hazardous material which he has used exclusively for personal, domestic or family purposes.
1991, c. 80, s. 6; 2017, c. 4, s. 1171.