10. If, because of linear projects or area of the site, it is impossible to store contaminated soils on the site of origin, the authorization issued under the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2) must indicate the sites where the soils may be stored and the storage conditions.
If contaminated soils are discovered unexpectedly and the authorization mentioned in the first paragraph does not cover the sites and storage conditions, or an authorization was not required under the Act, and it is impossible because of the linear projects or area of the site to store the soils on the sites of origin, the soils may be stored on another site on the following conditions:
(1) a notice must be given to the Minister not later than 10 days after excavation of the soils; and
(2) the notice must contain the identity of the person who has the excavation carried out and the date of excavation, an estimate of the volume of soils stored, the sites where the soils are stored and the storage conditions.
The storage conditions must be such that the contaminated soils cannot contaminate the water, air or subjacent soils. In addition, the storage time may not exceed 180 days.