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Waste Diversion Regulations
Under the authority of subsection 111(1) of the Environmental Protection Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following regulations.
Robert C. Thompson
2. In these regulations
(a) "Act" means the Environmental Protection Act ;
(b) "designated material" means a material designated by the minister under section 3;
(c) "effective date" means the date stated in accordance with paragraph 4(e); and
Designated material ban
4. (1) Where the minister makes a designation under section 3, that designation shall
(a) be in writing;
(b) describe the banned designated material;
(c) describe the area to which the designated material ban applies;
(d) indicate the waste disposal sites that shall not accept the banned designated material for disposal; and
(e) state the date upon which the designated material ban will come into effect.
5. A designated material ban and a variation or revocation of that ban made under these regulations shall be published in a newspaper in general circulation in the area covered by that ban, variation or revocation not fewer than 15 days before the effective date of that ban, variation or revocation.
6. (1) A person in an area shall not dispose of a designated material into a waste disposal site after the effective date of a ban on the disposal of that designated material for that area.
(2) A person responsible for a waste disposal site shall not allow a designated material to be disposed of at that site after the effective date of a ban on the disposal of that designated material into that site.
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