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).