Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999

Version of section 129 from 2002-12-31 to 2014-09-23:

Marginal note:Conditions of permit
  •  (1) A Canadian permit shall contain any conditions that the Minister considers necessary for the protection of marine life, any legitimate uses of the sea or human life, including conditions relating to the following:

    • (a) the nature and quantity of the substance for loading, disposal or incineration;

    • (b) the method and frequency of the disposal or incineration authorized including, if necessary, the date or dates on which disposal or incineration is authorized;

    • (c) the manner of loading and stowing the substance authorized for disposal or incineration;

    • (d) the site at which disposal or incineration may take place;

    • (e) the route to be followed by the ship or aircraft transporting the substance to the disposal or incineration site;

    • (f) any special precautions to be taken respecting the loading, transporting, disposal or incineration of the substance; and

    • (g) the monitoring of the disposal, the incineration and the disposal site to determine the effects of the disposal on the environment and human life.

  • Marginal note:Duration of permit

    (2) A Canadian permit shall specify that it is valid for a particular date or dates or for a particular period that shall not exceed one year.

  • Marginal note:Powers to suspend, revoke or vary permit

    (3) The Minister may suspend or revoke a Canadian permit or vary its conditions where, having regard to Schedule 6 or the establishment of, or any report of, a board of review under section 333, the Minister considers it advisable to do so.

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