Definition of Maximum Concentration Level Assessment


Maximum Concentration Level Assessment means the Maximum Concentration Level Assessment for the purposes of a Basic Comprehensive Certificate of Approval, described in the Basic Comprehensive User Guide, prepared by a Toxicologist using currently available toxicological information, that demonstrates that the concentration at any Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern that does not have a Ministry Point of Impingement Limit is not likely to cause an adverse effect as defined by the EPA. The concentration at Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern must be calculated in accordance with O. Reg. 419/05.


Maximum Concentration Level Assessment means the Maximum Concentration Level Assessment for the purposes of a Basic Comprehensive Certificate of Approval, described in the Basic Comprehensive User Guide, prepared by a Toxicologist using currently available toxicological information, that demonstrates that the concentration at any Point of

Maximum Concentration Level Assessment means the Maximum Concentration Level Assessment for the purposes

Examples of Maximum Concentration Level Assessment in a sentence

The Company may not use the Maximum Concentration Level Assessment prior to thirty (30) days from the date of an acknowledgment letter from the Ministry unless the Company receives written acceptance by the Director.
If the Air Standards Manager does not accept the proposed Maximum Concentration Level Assessment, the Company shall not introduce or increase the emission rate of the Compound of Concern without approval from the Director.
The Compound of Concern does not have a Ministry Point of Impingement Limit, Acceptable Maximum Ground Level Concentration or a Maximum Concentration Level Assessment and the concentration at a Point of Impingement will exceed the Jurisdictional Screening Level.
Subject to the Operational Flexibility set out in Condition 2 of this Approval, the Company may make the Modification if the submission of a Maximum Concentration Level Assessment under Condition 3.1.2 or 3.1.3 is not required.
The Compound of Concern does not have a Ministry Point of Impingement Limit and the concentration at a Point of Impingement will exceed the Jurisdictional Screening Level and the most recently accepted Maximum Concentration Level Assessment submitted under Condition 3.1.2 or this Condition.