Filled out by all regulated DWS, this form communicates adverse test results and issue resolution to the ministry for all drinking water parameters.This report must be prepared before construction or demolition begins at the site. The waste reduction work plan must be retained on file for at least five years after it is prepared, and be made available to the ministry upon request.Environmental Compliance Approvals with Limited Operational Flexibility (Air & Noise) include the requirement that the Approval holder prepare a Written Summary each year. The purpose of the Written Summary is to document modifications completed over time at a Facility.This notice applies to a Drinking Water System only if the system does not use electricity and does not serve any building or other structure that also uses electricity.
Pest Risk Assessment ReportTo purchase Class E pesticide following the completion of an inspection of soilResources to support applications for the 2023 round of the Wetlands Conservation Partner Program.
Freedom of Information Request FormsTo facilitate FOI requestsThe Butternut Data Collection Form is the form that must be used by a person who is a Butternut Health Expert (as defined in Ontario Regulation 830/21) when conducting a Butternut health assessment for the purposes of the Endangered Species Act, 2007 (ESA).The 2023-24 Caribou Conservation Stewardship Program (CCSP) Guidelines include important information and instructions for applicants applying for CCSP funding.
Application for an overall benefit permit under clause 17(2)(c) of the Endangered Species ActThis form supplies to MNR the necessary information for a Minister's decision on the issuance of an overall benefit permit under section 17 of the Endangered Species Act. The combined information provided in the Information Gathering Form (IGF), Avoidance Alternatives Form (AAF) and this permit application form (C-PAF) will be considered by the Minister in forming a permit issuance decision.This form is required to be used by accredited verification bodies (AVBs) to provide a written declaration that attests to whether or not there is a reasonable level of assurance that: 1) a GHG report contains no material discrepancy; and, 2) the report was prepared in accordance with the regulation.
Compromised Impartiality AssessmentThis form is to be used by all accredited verification bodies (AVBs) prior to completing the verification of a GHG report under O. Reg. 390/18 to assess the potential for compromised impartiality.Form used to meet land disposal restrictions notification requirements with respect to eligible registered waste streams. Use of this form is only permitted if the Director has approved a request to satisfy submission requirements by using a paper document.
Waste Identification (Part 2A)Form used to register waste generation activity, identify waste streams, and help determine if a Land Disposal Restrictions Notification Form (Part 2B) is required for waste streams being registered. Use of this form is only permitted if the Director has approved a request to satisfy submission requirements by using a paper document.
Generator Registration ReportForm used to register waste generation activity. Use of this form is only permitted if the Director has approved a request to satisfy submission requirements by using a paper document.Drinking Water Testing Licence
Landfill Data Collection FormThis form is used for annual reporting of landfill gas collection, methane destruction and/or use by large landfills in Ontario in accordance with O.Reg. 347 under the Environmental Protection Act.This form is for individuals/businesses interested in applying for a new Well Contractor Licence, which is required by anyone engaging in the business of well construction, and expires on March 31 each year following the year of issue. Ontario Regulation 903 under the Ontario Water Resources Act prescribes the licensing requirements and outlines the roles and responsibilities for individuals/businesses and activities associated with wells.This form is for individuals interested in applying for a new Well Technician Licence or to add-a-class(es) to their existing Well Technician Licence, The licence is required to work at the construction of wells and expires on March 31 following the year of issue. Ontario Regulation 903 under the Ontario Water Resources Act prescribes the licensing requirements and outlines the roles and responsibilities for individuals/businesses and activities associated with wells.