97. (1) The following definitions apply in this section.
“biochemical oxygen demand”
« demande biochimique en oxygène »
“biochemical oxygen demand” means the quantity of oxygen determined to be used in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter during a five-day period when the organic matter is tested in accordance with the method described in section 5210 B of the Standard Methods.
« matières solides en suspension »
“suspended solids” means the total suspended solid matter determined to be in or on a liquid when it is tested in accordance with the method described in section 2540 D of the Standard Methods.
Marginal note:Testing of effluent
(2) The authorized representative of a vessel that discharges effluent from a marine sanitation device into Section I waters must, if the Minister determines that it is necessary to do so in order to ascertain whether the effluent meets the specifications on the device’s certificate of type approval, ensure that samples of the effluent are tested in accordance with the Standard Methods to determine each of the following that is relevant to those specifications:
(a) the fecal coliform count of the samples;
(b) the total suspended solids content of the samples;
(c) the 5-day biochemical oxygen demand of the samples; and
(d) in the case of chlorine used as a disinfectant, the total residual chlorine content of the samples.
(3) Subsection (2) does not apply if the marine sanitation device is fitted with instrumentation that meets the requirements of subsection (4).
Marginal note:Automatic continuous record
(4) The instrumentation referred to in subsection (3) must indicate the performance of the device by providing an automatic continuous record while the device is in operation of
(a) the suspended matter;
(b) the residual disinfectant content, in the case of disinfection by chlorine; and
(c) the disinfection efficiency, in the case of disinfection by any other method.
98. The following definitions apply in this Division.
“Lake Superior Special Protection Area”
« zone de protection spéciale du lac Supérieur »
“Lake Superior Special Protection Area” means the area enclosed by rhumb lines connecting the following coordinates, beginning at the northernmost point and proceeding clockwise:
(a) 47°30.0′ N, 85°50.0′ W;
(b) 47°24.2′ N, 85°38.5′ W;
(c) 47°04.0′ N, 85°49.0′ W;
(d) 47°05.7′ N, 85°59.0′ W;
(e) 47°18.1′ N, 86°05.0′ W.
“Six Fathom Scarp Mid-Lake Special Protection Area”
« zone de protection spéciale du milieu du lac Six Fathom Scarp »
“Six Fathom Scarp Mid-Lake Special Protection Area” means the area enclosed by rhumb lines connecting the following coordinates, beginning at the northernmost point and proceeding clockwise:
(a) 44°55′ N, 82°33′ W;
(b) 44°47′ N, 82°18′ W;
(c) 44°39′ N, 82°13′ W;
(d) 44°27′ N, 82°13′ W;
(e) 44°27′ N, 82°20′ W;
(f) 44°17′ N, 82°25′ W;
(g) 44°17′ N, 82°30′ W;
(h) 44°28′ N, 82°40′ W;
(i) 44°51′ N, 82°44′ W;
(j) 44°53′ N, 82°44′ W;
(k) 44°54′ N, 82°40′ W.
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