9187-3125 Québec Inc. faisant affaires sous le nom d’Action-Eco Environnement - conviction information for 2022-10-21

Corporation details
Corporation name: 9187-3125 Québec Inc. faisant affaires sous le nom d’Action-Eco Environnement
Address: 333, Chemin de Saint- Gérard
City: Shawinigan
Province/territory: Quebec
Postal code: G9R 1H1
Country: Canada
Sector or industry: 562 - Waste management and remediation services
Case details
Location of offense: 333, Chemin de Saint- Gérard, Shawinigan, Quebec
Case summary:
The company 9187-3125 QUÉBEC INC, doing business under the name ACTION-ÉCO ENVIRONNEMENT, is a company located in Shawinigan that works in the field of capacitor and ballast disposal. Several inspections have been performed by ECCC agents since 2012.

In July 2018, during a follow-up inspection, violations of the PCB Regulations were identified. An enforcement order was then issued in October 2018. An inspection in March 2019 finds that one of the actions required by the order has not been met, and a new storage violation has been added.
Article 24 PCB Regulations
Enforcement notification: The 9187-3125 Québec Inc. company (Action-Éco Environnement) fined $15,000 for a violation of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 - Canada.ca
Result: Guilty Plea
Date of conviction: 2022-10-21
Court level: Provincial and Territorial Court
Nature of offense(s):
  • Other
Additional details about the nature of the offense: The violator failed to store products that contain PCBs in a PCB storage facility 
Legislative details
Act Regulations Section(s)
Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) PCB Regulations 24
Date of sentencing: 2022-10-14
Location of sentencing: Shawinigan
  • Fine
Amount of fine(s): $15,000
Sentencing details:
On October 21, 2022, in the Court of Québec at Shawinigan, 9187-3125 Québec inc. doing business as Action-Eco Environnement pleaded guilty to a violation of section 24 of the PCB Regulations for failing to store products containing PCBs in a PCB depot, committing the offence set out in paragraph 272.1(1)(f) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.)
9187-3125 Québec Inc. was ordered to pay a fine of $15,000 to the Environmental Damages Fund. The fine is accompanied by a prohibition on the accused from engaging in any act or activity involving PCBs or products containing PCBs for the next five years.
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