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B.C. Reg. 142/2001
O.C. 539/2001
Deposited May 15, 2001
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Environmental Management Act

Ootsa Lake Beehive Burner Regulation

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 321/2004]

Definition

1In this regulation:

"beehive burner" means a beehive burner as defined in section 1 of the regulation;

"regulation" means B.C. Reg. 519/95, the Wood Residue Burner and Incinerator Regulation.

Exemption

2The operation of a beehive burner in the vicinity of Ootsa Lake by a joint venture, known as Cheslatta Forest Products, between Carrier Forest Products Ltd. and Ootsa Resources Ltd. is exempt from section 2 (1) of the regulation in the circumstances and under the conditions that

(a)a permit under section 14 of the Environmental Management Act authorizes the operation of the beehive burner, and

(b)the requirements specified in the permit are met.

[am. B.C. Reg. 321/2004, s. 17 (a).

Regional manager review

3A director may conduct a review of the operation of the beehive burner in light of waste residue disposal technologies existing at the time of the review.

[am. B.C. Reg. 321/2004, s. 17 (b).]