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B.C. Reg. 97/88
O.C. 506/88
Deposited March 28, 1988
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Assessment Act

Exemption from Industrial
Improvements Regulation

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 81/2005, March 18, 2005]


1  The industrial improvements in plants or classes of plants described in column 1 of the following Table that have less than the capacities set out opposite them in column 2 are exempt from the definition of "industrial improvements" in section 20 of the Act.



Column 1
Column 2
1 Placer mines 500 m3 pay dirt per day
2 Mines, other than coal mines or placer mines 75 tonnes milling capacity per day or no milling capacity
3 Sawmills that manufacture lumber and other wood products from raw logs 15 million fbm per year based on 480 shifts a year of 8 hours each shift
4 Remanufacturing plants, not part of a sawmill, which manufacture lumber or other wood products from rough lumber or cants, but not raw logs 300 million fbm per year based on 480 shifts a year of 8 hours each shift
5 Chemical plants 5 000 tonnes per year
6 Building, refitting or repairing ships 750 tonnes light displacement weight retrieval capacity or no retrieval capacity
7 Specialty veneer value-added remanufacturing plants which are not part of primary veneer processing plants (i.e., where veneer is produced by peeling or slicing raw logs or flitches) 250 million sq. ft. 3/8" basis, based on 480 shifts a year of 8 hours each shift

[am. B.C. Regs. 473/92; 329/2002; 460/2003; 81/2005.]

[Provisions of the Assessment Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 20, relevant to the enactment of this regulation: section 20]