Q-2, r. 13 - Regulation respecting solid waste

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4. (Revoked).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 14, s. 4; O.C. 661-2013, s. 2.
4. Technical report for sanitary landfill: All applications for certificates made in accordance with section 3 for the purpose of establishing or modifying a solid waste elimination site must be accompanied by a technical report that includes the following information and documents:
(a)  a siting map showing the location and precise dimensions of the proposed sanitary landfill site, all wells within a radius of one kilometre of the site and the geological observation points utilized for purposes of subparagraph i of paragraph c;
(b)  a geological map showing the main outcrops of rock and principal surface deposit areas within the radius mentioned in paragraph a;
(c)  a piezometric map of the phreatic water level of the land of the proposed sanitary landfill site and a computation of the migration time of leachates through the soil to their point of resurgence or of the time they take to cover a distance of 300 metres established on the basis of:
i.  a geological survey carried out from at least 3 appropriate points of observation, going down to solid rock or to an impermeable layer of unconsolidated deposits, and including a description of the various layers of unconsolidated deposits, the proportion of clay, silt, sand, gravel and boulders in each layer and a particle size analysis of a sample of the most highly permeable layer; and
ii.  the elevation of the land and the phreatic water level at the observation points utilized for purposes of subparagraph i;
(d)  a technical report of the risk of contamination of underground and surface water in the region of the proposed sanitary landfill site;
(e)  plans and specifications of the proposed sanitary landfill site, including:
i.  a topographical survey of the land showing contour lines at intervals of no more than 1 metre;
ii.  a record of the real and personal servitudes that encumber the land as well as surface and underground equipment found there;
iii.  a diagram illustrating the planned use of the land, on a scale of between 1/1 000 and 1/1 500, showing natural screens, areas set aside for digging trenches or for removing cover material, areas where trees will be cut down, the site set aside for buildings to be used by the employees and for storing equipment; motor vehicle traffic areas, areas for storing cover material, storage of recovered objects and the location of scales, fences, gates, monitoring wells and any gas detection or burning equipment required or provided for, where applicable;
iv.  longitudinal and transversal sections of the land, showing its initial and final contours as well as the plans for its development as operations progress;
v.  a sample section of the land to illustrate the layering of compacted, covered solid waste;
vi.  a layout and profile of the drainage system;
vii.  plans and specifications of equipment and methods to be used to collect and treat leachate, if applicable;
viii.  plans and specifications for any equipment or methods to prevent or control migration in the soil or emission into the atmosphere of gases produced by the decomposition of the solid waste that will be buried, in the event equipment or methods are envisaged; and
ix.  specifications of the proposed operations, allotment of personnel and measures to be taken to ensure maintenance and repair of machinery, or its replacement in the event of breakdown lasting more than 48 hours.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 14, s. 4.