29. The tank of a vehicle used to supply water intended for human consumption may not be used or have been used to transport substances unfit for human consumption.
If the tank is used or has been used to transport substances other than water, the person in charge of the tank must ensure that the tank is first cleaned and disinfected, as well as the pipes, pumps and other equipment that were used to transfer those substances, before being assigned to the transportation of water intended for human consumption.
In addition, the tank must have been designed or adapted for the transportation of water intended for human consumption and be kept in a state of maintenance, cleanliness and salubrity that is not likely to contaminate the water during transportation or transfer.
O.C. 647-2001, s. 29; O.C. 70-2012, s. 35.