Q-2, r. 26.1 - Regulation respecting the operation of industrial establishments

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17. For the purposes of section 31.16 of the Act, within 30 days after becoming aware of any event or incident, other than an accidental release referred to in section 21 of the Act or that an infringement of a standard was entered in the record in accordance with section 14 of this Regulation, resulting in derogation from the provisions of the holder’s authorization, the holder must so inform the Minister by sending a notice explaining the reasons for the derogation and indicating the measures that have been taken to reduce or eliminate the effects of that event or incident and to eliminate or prevent the causes, and specifying, if applicable, the implementation timetable.
O.C. 601-93, s. 17; 871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 11.
17. A holder of a depollution attestation shall send the Minister a written notice of any derogation from the provisions of an element referred to in section 31.13 of the Act and contained in the depollution attestation, and of the reasons for the derogation. The holder shall so notify the Minister within 30 days of learning of the event that gave rise to the derogation.
The notice shall also specify the measures taken or planned by the holder to reduce or eliminate the effects of the event that gave rise to the derogation.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, this section does not apply where the event that gave rise to the derogation constitutes an accidental occurrence of a contaminant in the environment referred to in subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 31.23 of the Act or where the event is an infringement of a contaminant discharge standard for which the holder must keep and conserve a record in accordance with section 14.
O.C. 601-93, s. 17.