Consultation: proposed renewal of the environmental performance agreement respecting the use of tin stabilizers in the vinyl industry

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada

Current status: Closed

This consultation ran from December 6, 2019, to January 6, 2020.

Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) is working to renew the current 2015-2020 Environmental performance agreement respecting the use of tin stabilizers in the vinyl industry (2015 agreement) which will expire on March 16, 2020.

Who was the focus of this consultation

The Government of Canada sought comments from:

Key documents for discussion

It is proposed that the renewed agreement would be similar to the 2015 agreement and would be in place for a period of five years.

To date, facilities subject to the 2015 agreement are meeting the objective of preventing the release of tin stabilizers into the environment by fully implementing the practices as outlined in the Guideline for the environmental management of tin stabilizers in Canada.

This proposed renewal will ensure the continued implementation of effective stewardship practices by all vinyl compounding facilities using tin stabilizers in Canada.

What we heard

No comments were received.

Contact us

Plastics and Chemicals Unit
Chemical Production Division
Environment and Climate Change Canada
351 St-Joseph Boulevard
Gatineau QC  K1A 0H3

Emailec.pgpc-dppc-cmp-cpd.ec@canada.ca

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