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JOINT AUDIT & EVALUATION - THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE & ALTERNATIVE FUEL INFRASTRUCTURE DEPLOYMENT INITIATIVE | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/nrcan/transparency/reporting-accountability/plans-performance-reports/audit-evaluation/reports-year/reports-2019/joint-audit-evaluation-electric-vehicle-alternative-fuel-infrastructure-deployment

Jan 15, 2020 ... and controls. The positive practices observed throughout the engagement may serve to inform the Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program and similar future programs. Opportunities exist to formalize the collection and analysis of station usage data, as well as a monitoring and collection strategy for the repayment of contributions. Statement of Conformance In my

Energy OASIS (Open Access to Sustainable Intermittent Sources) Project | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/science-data/funding-partnerships/funding-opportunities/current-investments/energy-oasis-open-access-sustainable-intermittent-sources-project/18969

Dec 4, 2019 ..., BMW i3, Smart Fortwo electric drive and Audi A3 e-tron. Benefits to Canada: The project showcases the integration of renewables, storage, electric vehicle charging loads, and intelligent controls in a fully islandable and smart microgrid environment. Replication across country would support the growth of EVs and contribute to the reduction of GHG emissions

Fact sheet: Pyrolysis — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=58&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... be used to treat a number or organic materials that decompose in the presence of heat This technology is applicable to residual and free phase contamination Treatment type Treatment type Applies or Does not apply In situ Does not apply Ex situ Applies Biological Does not exist Chemical Does not exist Control Does not exist Dissolved contamination Does not exist

Fact sheet: Adsorption—ex situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=19&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... Treatment type Treatment type Applies or Does not apply In situ Does not apply Ex situ Applies Biological Does not exist Chemical Does not exist Control Does not exist Dissolved contamination Applies Free Phase Does not exist Physical Applies Residual contamination Does not exist Resorption Applies Thermal Does not exist State of technology State of technology Exist

Fact sheet: Hot water injection — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=53&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... the viscosity of NAPL, decreases adsorption of NAPL onto soil particles and increases the dissolution of contaminants. This increase in temperature improves NAPL mobility and facilitates the extraction or in situ treatment of NAPL. It is recommended that a cold water ‘cap' be maintained over the treatment area to control volatilization and vapor emission of contaminants

Fact sheet: Dehalogenation—ex situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=46&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ..., and mud Specific to chlorinated pesticides and PCBs contamination Allows the reduction of volatile and semi-volatile halogenated organic compounds Treatment type Treatment type Applies or Does not apply In situ Does not apply Ex situ Applies Biological Does not exist Chemical Applies Control Does not exist Dissolved contamination Does not exist Free Phase Does

SmartWay Partner Profiles | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/energy-efficiency-transportation/greening-freight-programs/smartway-fuel-efficient-freight/smartway-partners/smartway-partner-profiles/21064

Jan 9, 2020 ...’ cold starts at the terminal and cut idling time as the engines reach operation temperature quicker. Every bit counts Four-year old trucks are considered “old” at Seafood Express as the fleet replaces them after no more than five years. This way, the company benefits from all the latest fuel-saving and emission control technologies that truck makers offer, Keith

Fact sheet: Land farming — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=18&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... control and leachate collection systems may be required. The collected run-off water may be re-used and may have to be treated before disposal. Sources : Federal Guidelines for Landfarming Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soils, Environment Canada, 2006, revised 2013 4.13 Landfarming - FRTR Remediation Technologies Screening Matrix and Reference Guide, Version

4 NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES THAT ARE APPLICABLE TO MANUFACTURING PROCESSES | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy/publications/efficiency/industrial/6843

Feb 18, 2020 ..., thermal treatment, bacterial control and energy reclamation are presented in this section. Since the purpose of this guide is to point the reader toward solutions that are applicable in an industrial context, we have chosen to limit ourselves to techniques that are well proven and available on the market. These technologies are illustrated with practical

Regulations for the reduction of methane releases in the upstream oil and gas sector: frequently asked questions

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/canadian-environmental-protection-act-registry/methane-upstream-oil-gas-regulations-questions.html

Oct 8, 2019 ... their emissions. It allows industry to evaluate the potential emissions in order to focus attention where it is most needed. The regulations permit industry to introduce and remove emission controls over time as gas production changes. These regulations provide a flexible approach that allows industry to differentiate action based on their facility design and production

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