Q-2, r. 38 - Regulation respecting the quality of the atmosphere

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68.1. (Replaced, O.C. 501-2011)New hazardous materials incinerator: A hazardous materials incinerator, within the meaning of paragraph 21 of section 1 of the Environment Quality Act, built after 15 October 1985 must not emit into the atmosphere a concentration higher than 50 mg/Nm3 of particulate matter, 75 mg/Nm3 of hydrochloric acid, 5 mg/Nm3 of hydrobromic acid and hydrofluoric acid, 200 mg/Nm3 of sulfur dioxide and 10 mg/Nm3 of phosphorus pentoxide.
Concentration standards are given on a dry basis, under standardized conditions, and corrected at 50% excess air.
The correction at 50% excess air is made according to the following equation:
Ea x 11.30
E = _______
where E is the emission corrected at 50% excess air;
Ea is the emission on a dry basis uncorrected;
and N2/O2 is the ratio of the dry volumic concentration of nitrogen over oxygen in emission gases.
For the purposes of this section, the term “hazardous materials” includes hazardous waste within the meaning of the Hazardous Waste Regulation, as that Regulation reads on 30 November 1997.
O.C. 1004-85, s. 3; O.C. 1310-97, s. 157; O.C. 501-2011, s. 215.