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

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20. A holder of an authorization to operate an industrial establishment must, as required by section 31.24 of the Act, give the Minister notice of any partial or total cessation of operation of the industrial establishment covered by the authorization within 60 days after the date of the cessation.
The notice must contain the following information and documents:
(1)  the number and issue date of the authorization pertaining to the activity that has ceased;
(2)  the location and description of the activity that has ceased and the prerequisite cessation measures to be implemented;
(3)  the monitoring measures the holder intends to implement to prevent the release of contaminants into the environment and to ensure, among other things, site cleaning and decontamination, and equipment and facility dismantling;
(4)  the date of cessation of the activity;
(5)  the reason for cessation of the activity; and
(6)  a declaration from the holder certifying that
(a)  any cessation measures prescribed by the Minister in the authorization are complied with; and
(b)  all the information and documents furnished are complete and accurate.
O.C. 601-93, s. 20; O.C. 652-2013, s. 9; 871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 15.
20. The holder of a depollution attestation must apply to the Minister for the revocation of the attestation, as provided for in section 31.31 of the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2), within 90 days following the permanent cessation of the operations of the industrial establishment covered by the attestation.
O.C. 601-93, s. 20; O.C. 652-2013, s. 9.
20. A holder of a depollution attestation who plans to permanently cease to operate an industrial establishment for which an attestation was issued shall, at least 30 days prior to the date of cessation of activities, apply to the Minister to have the depollution attestation revoked.
O.C. 601-93, s. 20.