Q-2, r. 48 - Regulation respecting hot mix asphalt plants

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5. (Revoked).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 25, s. 5; S.Q. 2017, c. 4, s. 267; I.N. 2019-12-01; 871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 1.
5. Content of application: Any person who applies for an authorization for a hot mix asphalt plant under section 4 must furnish the following information and documents:
(a)  the name, the address and the telephone number of the applicant;
(b)  the cadastral number of the lot or lots on which the hot mix asphalt plant is to be located or, where applicable, the name of the township designated in the initial land survey;
(c)  an overall plan, to scale, duly certified and signed and indicating:
i.  the projected site for the hot mix asphalt plant, including the location of the loading, unloading and discharge areas of aggregate material as well as the zoning of that site;
ii.  the neighbouring territory within a radius of 350 m of the hot mix asphalt plant and the zoning of that territory;
iii.  the lay-out of public highways, access roads, streams, rivers, lakes, seas, swamps or sandbanks and the location of any structure, campground and recreational area within a radius of 150 m of the hot mix asphalt plant; and
iv.  the date of preparation of the overall plan;
(d)  the plans and specifications of the equipment, including any device designed to abate or eliminate the emission, deposit, issuance or discharge of contaminants into the environment;
(e)  the nominal capacity of the hot mix asphalt plant as well as the estimated rate of production expressed in metric tons per hour and a description of the site and the method of use or elimination of dust and sludge recovered by the emission control system;
(f)  an estimate of the quantity, expressed in kilograms per hour (kg/h), of the particulate matter that will be emitted into the atmosphere;
(g)  (paragraph revoked);
(h)  in the case referred to in section 10, an estimate of the maximum level of noise emitted into the environment from the hot mix asphalt plant as well as from the equipment attached to it.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 25, s. 5; S.Q. 2017, c. 4, s. 267; I.N. 2019-12-01.
5. Content of application: Any person who applies for a certificate of authorization for a hot mix asphalt plant under section 4 must furnish the following information and documents:
(a)  the name, the address and the telephone number of the applicant;
(b)  the cadastral number of the lot or lots on which the hot mix asphalt plant is to be located or, where applicable, the name of the township designated in the initial land survey;
(c)  an overall plan, to scale, duly certified and signed and indicating:
i.  the projected site for the hot mix asphalt plant, including the location of the loading, unloading and discharge areas of aggregate material as well as the zoning of that site;
ii.  the neighbouring territory within a radius of 350 m of the hot mix asphalt plant and the zoning of that territory;
iii.  the lay-out of public highways, access roads, streams, rivers, lakes, seas, swamps or sandbanks and the location of any structure, campground and recreational area within a radius of 150 m of the hot mix asphalt plant; and
iv.  the date of preparation of the overall plan;
(d)  the plans and specifications of the equipment, including any device designed to abate or eliminate the emission, deposit, issuance or discharge of contaminants into the environment;
(e)  the nominal capacity of the hot mix asphalt plant as well as the estimated rate of production expressed in metric tons per hour and a description of the site and the method of use or elimination of dust and sludge recovered by the emission control system;
(f)  an estimate of the quantity, expressed in kilograms per hour (kg/h), of the particulate matter that will be emitted into the atmosphere;
(g)  (paragraph revoked);
(h)  in the case referred to in section 10, an estimate of the maximum level of noise emitted into the environment from the hot mix asphalt plant as well as from the equipment attached to it.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 25, s. 5; S.Q. 2017, c. 4, s. 267.
5. Content of application: Any person who applies for a certificate of authorization for a hot mix asphalt plant under section 4 must furnish the following information and documents:
(a)  the name, the address and the telephone number of the applicant;
(b)  the cadastral number of the lot or lots on which the hot mix asphalt plant is to be located or, where applicable, the name of the township designated in the initial land survey;
(c)  an overall plan, to scale, duly certified and signed and indicating:
i.  the projected site for the hot mix asphalt plant, including the location of the loading, unloading and discharge areas of aggregate material as well as the zoning of that site;
ii.  the neighbouring territory within a radius of 350 m of the hot mix asphalt plant and the zoning of that territory;
iii.  the lay-out of public highways, access roads, streams, rivers, lakes, seas, swamps or sandbanks and the location of any structure, campground and recreational area within a radius of 150 m of the hot mix asphalt plant; and
iv.  the date of preparation of the overall plan;
(d)  the plans and specifications of the equipment, including any device designed to abate or eliminate the emission, deposit, issuance or discharge of contaminants into the environment;
(e)  the nominal capacity of the hot mix asphalt plant as well as the estimated rate of production expressed in metric tons per hour and a description of the site and the method of use or elimination of dust and sludge recovered by the emission control system;
(f)  an estimate of the quantity, expressed in kilograms per hour (kg/h), of the particulate matter that will be emitted into the atmosphere;
(g)  a certificate from the municipality, signed by the clerk or secretary-treasurer certifying that the project does not contravene any municipal by-law and, where applicable, a copy of any approval or permit required under a municipal by-law;
(h)  in the case referred to in section 10, an estimate of the maximum level of noise emitted into the environment from the hot mix asphalt plant as well as from the equipment attached to it.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 25, s. 5.