Q-2, r. 32 - Regulation respecting hazardous materials

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2. The following do not constitute hazardous materials:
(1)  contaminated soil except, for the purposes of the prohibition in section 94 of this Regulation, soil having more than 50 mg of PCB per kg of soil;
(2)  material from the construction, dismantling or renovation of an immovable or infrastructure, except materials and objects that are classed as hazardous materials according to section 4 of this Regulation;
(3)  scrap metal and other metal objects, except objects that are classed as hazardous materials according to section 4 of this Regulation;
(4)  fabrics other than absorbent fabrics used during hazardous material recovery operations;
(5)  biomedical waste governed by the Regulation respecting biomedical waste (chapter Q-2, r. 12);
(6)  mill residual materials within the meaning of section 1 of the Regulation respecting pulp and paper mills (chapter Q-2, r. 27), as well as other residual materials referred to in section 117 of that Regulation;
(7)  pesticides governed by the Pesticides Act (chapter P-9.3);
(8)  spray formulations and rinsings resulting from the use of a pesticide;
(9)  wastewater other than wastewater from pipeless rinsing baths from surface treatment operations;
(10)  mine tailings and sludge from treatment of the effluent from a tailings storage yard where such sludge is deposited in the yard;
(11)  materials from dredging operations;
(12)  collected snow;
(13)  radioactive materials which meet the requirements fixed in a permit issued by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission in respect of their deposit in a sanitary landfill site, an engineered landfill or an incineration site or in respect of their discharge into a sewer system;
(14)  bituminous concrete, asphalt shingles, solid plastic, solid rubber and asbestos;
(15)  sludge from a sceptic tank, from a drinking water treatment plant or from a sanitary or municipal wastewater purification works;
(16)  residue from an underground access manhole, from a street catch basin or from a car-wash sump;
(17)  manure and liquid manure;
(18)  treated wood;
(19)  shredded automobile hulks;
(20)  smoke detectors; and
(21)  ash and other residue from an incineration facility governed by Chapter III of the Regulation respecting the landfilling and incineration of residual materials, (chapter Q-2, r. 19) or from a biomedical waste incineration facility.
O.C. 1310-97, s. 2; O.C. 451-2005, s. 182; O.C. 808-2007, s. 144.