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About this app

Traces Québec is a government mobile application intended for all stakeholders covered by the Regulation respecting the traceability of excavated contaminated soil, such as owners of contaminated soil, transporters and those in charge of receiving sites. This new regulation, in force on November 1, reinforces the actions of the Ministry of the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change (MELCC) to protect soil and groundwater and ensure the rehabilitation of contaminated land.
The mobile application makes it possible to follow soils from the original land to the final receiving location. Each soil transport is linked to an electronic slip in which we find all the relevant information on contaminated soils and the stakeholders involved in the movement of these soils. During transport outside the original land to the chosen receiving location, the mobile application can geolocate the movements of contaminated soil. On arrival at the receiving site, the soils are weighed and the receiving site completes the tracking slip. When all the soils of a project have been excavated, the certificate that all of the excavated soil has been the subject of a monitoring slip is made in the Traces Québec application. At all times, when using the mobile application, data is synchronized with the Traces Québec web service.
The MELCC has entrusted the development and management of the government system Traces Québec to the organization Attestra.
Updated on
Apr 7, 2022

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