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Tag: Ontario Ministry of Environment Conservation and Parks

Expert Panel Announced for Excess Soils Symposium

The Excess Soils Symposium on December 8, 2020 will provide an important update from the Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks on the...

Ontario announces new e-waste regulation and initiative

The Ontario government has introduced a new regulation that will require producers to collect and safely manage the full life-cycle of their electrical and...

Ontario Developing More Effective Blue Box Program

The Province of Ontario is kicking off Waste Reduction Week by unveiling regulations to improve the blue box program. The enhancements include expanding the...

Ontario government seeking input on organic waste system

The Ontario government is seeking public input on its proposal to reduce the amount of food and organic waste going to landfills. Proposed amendments...

Ontario Environment Minister: Cleantech Companies Helping Address Most Pressing Concerns

On September 24, 2020, Jeff Yurek, Ontario’s Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks, addressed the first virtual Environment and Cleantech Business + Policy Forum...

Online event for Ontario environment and cleantech sector

In partnership with the Ontario Environment Industry Association (ONEIA), we are pleased to offer a joint invitation to the annual Environment and Cleantech Business...

Ontario Accepting Applications to Support Great Lakes Protection

The Ontario government is investing $7.47 million to improve the health of the Great Lakes, the world’s largest lakes system. The funding will support...

Ontario Transitions Management of Blue Box Recycling System

Ontario’s Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, Jeff Yurek, was one of the speakers featured on the first day of the 2020 Association...

Municipal Hazardous Waste Management Recommendations for Ontario

Seven environmental organizations have recently submitted a letter to Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment, Conservation, and Parks (MOECP) outlining the changes they would like...