Building on the introductory MDMER webinar, this session is a detailed review of the regulatory requirements and associated guidance documents, providing an in-depth review of the criteria for compliance, monitoring and reporting requirements. Participants will review the regulation itself in detail, highlighting key points and interpreting the requirements for their sites.
This session is an introduction to the federal MDMER, providing a review of the criteria for triggering into MDMER, tools for ensuring compliance to MDMER, recent updates and and an overview of the key monitoring and reporting requirements outlined in the regulation.
We are pleased to announce that Blue Heron Environmental is now a member of the OSSGA. OSSGA is a not-for-profit industry association representing over 280 sand, gravel, and crushed stone producers and suppliers of valuable industry products and services.
Need assistance with the development / implementation of a Spill Prevention and Contingency Plan (SPCP) or Environmental Emergencies (E2) Plan? Let us help you complete a gap analysis to determine your compliance with the SPCP Regulation (O. Reg. 224/07), E2 Regulations (SOR/2019-51), and other applicable Environmental Emergency regulations.
Establishing a new pit or quarry in Ontario can be both challenging and complex. Whether on private or public land, the maze of approvals and permits needed for a pit, quarry, or wayside can be overwhelming. Blue Heron offers a diverse team of professionals that can help aggregate operators navigate the process.
Ontario's Invading Species Awareness Program aims to increase public attention to the dangers of invasive plants, animals, and micro-organisms.
Below are two examples of invasive plants that can be particularly harmful.
In June, Canadians celebrate National Indigenous History Month to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. Take this opportunity to recognize the contributions Indigenous peoples have in Canada and explore their history.