Design registration for digester and landfill system
Digester and landfill system, where a standard does not exist, is registered in accordance with the following codes.
Refer to Canadian gas standards adopted as BC Natural Gas and Propane Code for latest information.
To register a design
- Submit a completed Gas Design Registration Form 1523.
- For digester and landfill system, submit this additional sub-form.
- Provide documentation to verify that the design conforms to the applicable code/requirement. Refer checklist here.
Note: Designs have to be made by a certified individual.
- For more than one design, please complete a separate application and collate documents by design.
Submit a digital copy of the application by:
To ensure that your design registration will move forward, ensure that all requested information as listed on the application form has been provided. Incomplete application packages will not be processed.
Step 1: Obtain an installation permit
Licensed contractors working with natural and manufactured gas, liquefied petroleum gas, hydrogen, digester gas, landfill gas, or a mixture or dilution of gasses, need to apply for a permit before they install regulated gas equipment, or gas systems.A permit is required to install and operate a boiler.
Refer here for information on obtaining a gas installation permit.
Step 2: Request an inspection
To request a commissioning inspection request, refer to gas inspections.
Step 3: Operating permit
An operating permit is required to maintain and operate regulated equipment. Refer to gas operating permits for further information.
Forms and fees
Email GasSupport@technicalsafetybc.ca for more information.