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  1. Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations - SOR/2002-222 (SCHEDULE 5 : Environmental Effects Monitoring Studies)

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    • 4 (1) Effluent characterization is conducted by analyzing a sample of effluent and recording the hardness, alkalinity, electrical conductivity and temperature of the sample and the concentrations, in total values, of the following substances:

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    • 7 (1) Water quality monitoring is conducted by

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      • (b) recording the temperature of the water and the dissolved oxygen concentration in the water in the exposure and reference areas where the samples are collected;

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  2. Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations - SOR/2002-222 (SCHEDULE 3 : Analytical Requirements for Metal or Diamond Mining Effluent)

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    TABLE 1

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
    Item Deleterious Substance/pH/temperature PrecisionFootnote 1 AccuracyFootnote 2 Method Detection Limit (MDL)
    11 Temperature 10% ± 0.5 °C Not Applicable

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  3. Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations - SOR/2002-222 (Section 27)

     The owner or operator of a mine shall keep all records, books of account or other documents required by these Regulations at the mine for a period of not less than five years, beginning on the day on which they are made, including

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    • (h) records and reports of measurements with respect to the pH, temperature and concentration of any deleterious substance prescribed in section 3.

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