CHRIS LOWREY LITCHFIELD Feb. 13, 2019 Last month, the Pontiac Sorting Centre was hit with more than $40,000 in fines by the Quebec Ministry of the Environment for several non-compliance issues. Among those issues were the storage of asphalt shingles outside of an enclosed building, wood and metal materials being stored on a non-asphalt surface and a failure to waterproof the sorting area with the installation of concrete blocks. It was also revealed that since 2013, the sorting centre has been cited with 10 notices of non-compliance (listed below).
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