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Managing a contaminated site | Government of Yukon

Nov 29, 2019 ...Managing a contaminated site Managing a known or suspected contaminated site If you are the owner of a suspected or known contaminated site, you are responsible for taking measures to assess and clean up the contamination according to the Contaminated Sites Regulation. The Contaminated Sites Regulation establishes: clean up standards; processes

Contaminated sites

Aug 1, 2019 ...Contaminated sites Action plan to reduce environmental and human health risks from federal contaminated sites. Services and information Federal contaminated sites inventory Searchable database of active, suspected and closed sites. Success stories Results of projects, treating contaminated water and soil, removing and destroying hazardous wastes. Management

Federal contaminated sites: publications

Aug 1, 2019 ...Federal contaminated sites: publications About the program and approach A federal approach to contaminated sites (PDF 0.28MB) Guidance documents related to human health risk assessment Part I: guidance on human health preliminary quantitative risk assessment (PQRA), Version 2.0 Part II: Health Canada toxicological reference values, Version 2.0 Part III

About federal contaminated sites

Jul 24, 2019 ...About federal contaminated sites Federal contaminated sites are located on land owned or leased by the federal government, or on land where the federal government has accepted responsibility for the contamination. The size and scope of federal contaminated sites vary greatly and include, for example, abandoned mines on Crown land in the North, airports

Managing federal contaminated sites

Jul 24, 2019 ...Managing federal contaminated sites The Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan (FCSAP) addresses contaminated sites in Canada. FCSAP’s approach is to assess the risks to human health and the environment of each site and to allocate the resources within federal custodians to deal with the highest priority contaminated sites. Assessing and prioritizing sites

Funding of federal contaminated sites

Jul 24, 2019 ...Funding of federal contaminated sites Federal contaminated sites can impact human health and/or the environment, but not all sites have the same type or severity of impact. The Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan (FCSAP) aims to address the federal contaminated sites that pose the highest risks to human health and the environment, through remediation

Federal contaminated sites: Online resources

Sep 13, 2019 ...Federal contaminated sites: Online resources Fisheries and Oceans Canada Aquatic species at risk Fisheries Protection Policy Statement Fisheries Productivity Investment Policy: A Proponent's Guide to OffsettingPathways of Effects Request a review of a project near water Measures to protect fish and fish habitat Terms and concepts used in the species at risk

Search Online for a Contaminated Site | Government of Prince Edward Island

Nov 14, 2019 ...Online Services Search Online for a Contaminated Site Share this page: Email this page to a friend Feedback Contaminated Site Registry Contaminated properties that exceed regulatory limits may be designated as a contaminated site on the Contaminated Sites Registry. View all contaminated sites on PEI on the Contaminated Sites Map. To find a contaminated

Find contaminated sites information | Government of Yukon

Nov 1, 2019 ...Find contaminated sites information Contamination is the presence of substances like petroleum hydrocarbons and metals in concentrations that may be harmful to human health and the environment. The Government of Yukon maintains a database on contaminated sites in the territory. You can see this data on the Yukon contaminated sites information map

Federal contaminated sites decision-making framework

Jul 24, 2019 ...Federal contaminated sites decision-making framework Next page Table of contents The 10-step process Step 1: identify suspect site Step 2: historical review Step 3: initial testing program Step 4: classify site (optional) Step 5: detailed testing program Step 6: re-classify site Step 7: develop remediation/risk management (R/RM) strategy Step 8: implement

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