In force: 2020-12-31
9. Every declarant of a residual materials reclamation activity covered by a declaration of compliance, excluding the activities indicated in section 11 or 12, must keep a daily log containing the following information: (1) for each material received at the facility:
(a) the reception date;
(b) the quantity received, by weight or volume;
(c) the name and contact information of the generator;
(d) the name and contact information of the carrier;
(2) for each material leaving the facility:
(a) the shipping date;
(b) the quantity shipped, by weight or volume;
(c) the type of material shipped;
(d) the name and contact information of the destination;
(e) the name and contact information of the carrier;
(3) the date and the details of any complaint received regarding the declarant’s activities, as well as the measures taken to remedy the situation;
(4) the dates of maintenance and inspection of the facility’s structures, any observations made and any maintenance or repair measures undertaken.
The declarant must keep the information recorded in the log for a minimum of 5 years from the date it was entered in it. The information must be provided to the Minister on request.
This section applies, adapted as required, to an operator carrying out storage and conditioning of non-contaminated wood referred to in section 276 of the Regulation respecting the regulatory scheme applying to activities on the basis of their environmental impact (chapter Q-2, r. 17.1).
871-2020O.C. 871-2020, s. 9.