In Canada, resource industries must monitor air, water, and land when there is a discharge into the natural environment. Learn how to how to report this data in a timely and efficient way.

Provincial and Federal Report Coaching

Best Practices and Legislation

In Canada, resource industries must monitor air, water, and land when there is a discharge into the natural environment. Along with the monitoring is the requirement to report the data to the provincial and federal governments typically through their “on-line” reporting systems.

Navigating through the rough seas of online data reporting can be a daunting task (especially when spring runoff is on!) if you are new to reporting your site’s monitoring data, or if you could use a refresher on a few sites, join us for this one-hour free seminar on how to provide information for:

  • NPRI (Annual pollutant release inventory report),
  • WTRS (Annual water takings report for Permits to Take Water),
  • MEWS (MOECC’s discharge water reporting website),
  • RISS (Environment Canada’s discharge water reporting website) and,
  • EEM (Environment Canada’s discharge water reporting for Environmental Effects monitoring, including how to enter acute and sub-lethal toxicity data).

 

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