Asphalt Plant Regulation - British Columbia
BC Reg No. AdmnPR: Administrative Penalties (Environmental Management Act) Regulation: 133/2014: ALC: Agricultural Land Commission : ALCA: Agricultural Land Commission Act : ALR: Agricultural Land Reserve : AMP or AP: Administrative Monetary Penalty : AN: Appearance Notice : APR: Asphalt Plant Regulation: 217/97: ASCR: Angling and Scientific
Pitman Asphalt and YCS Holdings Ltd. Prince George Environmental Management Act 217/97 13(1.2) An order was issued for non-compliance with the Asphalt Plant Regulation. The company was ordered to: (1) conduct specific stack monitoring and evaluate results to indicate whether emission criteria are met; (2) notify the ministry at least 24 hours prior
Scope. 2 (1) Subject to subsection (2), this regulation applies to (a) every hot-in-place asphalt recycling plant and hot mix asphalt plant operated in British Columbia, and (b) the use in British Columbia of cutback asphalt. (2) This regulation does not apply in the Metro Vancouver Regional District. (3) Every owner and operator must comply with the emission limits, operating parameters and
Jul 26, 2014 · [Enacted by B.C. Reg. 139/2021, effective September 1, 2021.] 6.91 Exemptions (1) In this section, "structural pesticide application" means the use of any method or device, or the application of any substance, that includes a pesticide to prevent, control or exterminate a pest in, on, under or near a structure, except in relation to the
Sep 25, 2020 · The first test section of road laid with bio-asphalt made from lignin was officially opened today in Zeeland (the Netherlands). In bio-asphalt, the half the bitumen is based, not on petroleum, but on the renewable resource, lignin.
Asphalt Plant Regulation, BC Reg. 217/97, amended to change the effective date of the final emission limits for Hot Mix Asphalt plants located outside the Lower Fraser Valley from June 27, 2001 to …
Environmental Management Act ( [SBC 2003] Chapter 53). Air & atmosphere, Environment gen., Land & soil, Mineral resources, Waste & hazardous substances. A piece of basic legislation in the field of environmental management. The text consists of 179 sections divided into 12 Parts as follows: Introductory provisions (1); Prohibitions and
BC Reg 217/97 | Asphalt Plant Regulation | CanLII
Jan 23, 2019 · Amends B.C. Regs. 217/97 — Asphalt Plant Regulation 226/95 — Gasoline Vapour Control Regulation 299/92 — Permit and Approval Fees and Charges Regulation 210/2007 — Code of Practice for Soil Amendements Note: section 5 of B.C. Reg. 216/2019 is …
BC Reg 216/2019: Amends BC Regs 217/97 — Asphalt Plant Regulation 226/95 — Gasoline Vapour Control Regulation 299/92 — Permit and Approval Fees and Charges Regulation 210/2007 — Code of Practice for Soil Amendements Note: section 5 of BC Reg 216/2019 is inoperative.
Mar 20, 2018 · Amends, effective April 1, 2018, B.C. Regs. 299/92 — Permit Fees Regulation 320/2004 — Waste Discharge Regulation 217/97 — Asphalt Plant Regulation 87/2012 — Municipal Wastewater Regulation 254/2005 — Oil and Gas Waste Regulation 470/90 — Pulp Mill and Pulp and Paper Mill Liquid Effluent Control Regulation 519/95 — Wood Residue
Sep 03, 2021 · Antisapstain Chemical Waste Control Regulation (B.C. Reg. 300/90) NEW! Asphalt Plant Regulation (B.C. Reg. 217/97) NEW! British Columbia Approved Water Quality Guidelines (Criteria) NEW! British Columbia Field Sampling Manual (2003) NEW! British Columbia Water Quality Index (November 1995; Updated: August 7, 2001) NEW!
Dec 19, 2017 · Definitions. 1 In this regulation: "3-year period", in relation to a spill contingency plan, means (a) the period of 3 calendar years beginning with the calendar year immediately after the calendar year in which the plan is first prepared, and (b) each subsequent period of 3 calendar years; "Act" means the Environmental Management Act; "breakout tank" means a tank, attached to a pipeline, used
According to a 2017 audit conducted by the Province less than 20% of BC asphalt plants were complying with the emissions monitoring and plant operating and reporting requirements of the Asphalt Plant Regulation (B.C. Reg. 217/97).
S. Shiels, "Regulating the presence of pharmaceuticals in Canadian wastewater: assessing the merits of a precautionary approach" (2014). Appendix A: Table of Canadian Wastewater Legislation*
Jun 21, 2007 · Amending B.C. Reg. 217/97 – Asphalt Plant Regulation: 199/2007: June 21/07: 447/2007: Vehicle Dismantling and Recycling Industry Environmental Planning Regulation, effective September 1, 2007: 200/2007: June 21/07: 448/2007: Amending B.C. Reg. 375/96 – Contaminated Sites Regulation, effective July 1, 2007: 201/2007: June 21/07: M163/2007
Dec 29, 2020 · (a) every hot-in-place asphalt recycling plant and hot mix asphalt plant operated in British Columbia, and (b) the use in British Columbia of cutback asphalt. (2) This regulation does not apply in the Metro Vancouver Regional District. (3) Every owner and operator must comply with the emission limits, operating parameters and requirements prescribed in this regulation for a hot-in-place