Ozone-depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives Regulations (SOR/2016-137)

Regulations are current to 2017-11-20 and last amended on 2016-12-30. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 7(Paragraphs 75(1)(a) and (2)(a) and subsection 75(4))Information and Documents To Be Maintained

Exportation

  • 1 Dated records of

    • (a) the quantity of each substance exported in each shipment, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, and information as to whether it is a recovered, recycled or reclaimed substance;

    • (b) if the substance is sent for destruction, the name, civic and postal addresses, telephone number and, if any, email address and fax number of the carrier;

    • (c) the CAS registry number of the substance, if such a number can be assigned;

    • (d) the port of exit through which the substance was exported;

    • (e) the importing Party and the name and civic address of the recipient;

    • (f) if applicable, the business number assigned by the Minister of National Revenue to the person who is exporting; and

    • (g) the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System classification number for the substance, as set out in the Customs Tariff.

  • 2 Copies of the bill of lading, the invoice and all documents submitted to the Canada Border Services Agency for each shipment of the substance.

Importation

  • 3 Dated records of

    • (a) the quantity of each substance imported in each shipment, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, and information as to whether it is a recovered, recycled or reclaimed substance;

    • (b) if the substance is sent for destruction, the name, civic and postal addresses, telephone number and, if any, email address and fax number of the carrier;

    • (c) the CAS registry number of the substance, if such a number can be assigned;

    • (d) if the substance is shipped to a recipient in Canada, the quantity of each substance shipped, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, and the name, civic and postal addresses, telephone number and, if any, email address and fax number of the recipient of each shipment;

    • (e) when the substance is recovered, recycled or reclaimed, the country of origin of the substance, and the name and civic address of the recovering, recycling or reclamation facility;

    • (f) the port of entry through which the substance was imported;

    • (g) the exporting Party and the name and civic address of the sender;

    • (h) if applicable, the business number assigned by the Minister of National Revenue to the person who is importing; and

    • (i) the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System classification number for the substance, as set out in the Customs Tariff.

  • 4 Copies of the bill of lading, the invoice and all documents submitted to the Canada Border Services Agency for each shipment of the substance.

Manufacture

  • 5 Dated records of

    • (a) the quantity of each substance manufactured at each manufacturing plant, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level;

    • (b) the CAS registry number of the substance, if such a number can be assigned;

    • (c) the quantity, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, of each substance used as feedstock;

    • (d) the quantity, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, of each substance shipped from each manufacturing plant, and the name and civic address of the recipient of each shipment;

    • (e) the quantity, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, of each substance recovered for reclamation at each manufacturing plant, the name and civic address of the individual or business from which the substance is recovered and, if different, the name and civic address of the site from which the substance is recovered; and

    • (f) if the substance is sent for destruction, the name, civic and postal addresses, telephone number and, if any, email address and fax number of the carrier.

Use and Sale

  • 6 Dated records of

    • (a) the quantity of each substance that was purchased from Canadian suppliers, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, and the names and civic addresses of the Canadian suppliers;

    • (b) the CAS registry number of the substance, if such a number can be assigned;

    • (c) the quantity, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, of each substance that was used, and a description of its use;

    • (d) the quantity, expressed in kilograms and as a calculated level, of each substance that was sold for one of the uses set out in column 3 of Table 1, 2 or 3 of Schedule 1 and the names and civic addresses of the purchasers; and

    • (e) if the substance is sold for destruction, the name, civic and postal addresses, telephone number and, if any, email address and fax number of the purchaser and the carrier.

 
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