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The Emergencies Science Division of ESTC provides Spills Technology Databases including Brochures, Oil Properties, Chemical Synonyms, PPA Instruments and Tanker Spills. This database contains information on the properties of various types of oils, a chemical thesaurus where one can look up synonymous chemical names, and information on over 700 tanker spills
This dataset consists of information from reports received by the Spills Action Centre (SAC). They are generated and completed by SAC following the initial report of a spill. The data includes: * the reference number assigned to the spill * the municipality in which the spill occurred * what was impacted (e.g. land, water, air, or combination) * the substance being discharged (e.g.
A literature review, focusing on oil sand products (e.g., diluted bitumen), diluents, spill-treating agents, and crude oil toxicology and ecological studies, relevant to the northeast Pacific was compiled as part of the Government of Canada’s World Class Tanker Safety program. Of the 763 references identified, 14 involved diluted bitumen and other heavy crude oils, indicating the need for further research of these products in the marine environment. Diluent research suggests relatively fast evaporation and dispersion times for this component, however high toxicities may pose a threat to marine biota. Historical studies indicate older dispersant formulations had potential ecological implications, therefore newer formulations, which have not been studied in detail, require full assessment.
The Canadian Environmental Sustainability Indicators (CESI) program provides data and information to track Canada's performance on key environmental sustainability issues. The Marine pollution spills indicator reports the volume of marine pollution spills detected from 2010 to 2017. The indicator also presents data with respect to known sources, including volume and detections per patrol hour of aircraft surveillance. The National Aerial Surveillance Program monitors ships transiting waters under Canadian jurisdiction.
Beginning in January 2020, this dataset contains reporting on the environmental audits of waste bins and recycling stations at the Ottawa airport hangar and facility for Transport Canada’s Aircraft Services Directorate.
Beginning in January 2020, this dataset contains reporting on the environmental audits of hazardous waste stations at the Ottawa airport hangar and facility for Transport Canada’s Aircraft Services Directorate.
Beginning in January 2020, this dataset contains reporting on the audits of WHMIS label readability, and both the general condition of and stores of Personal Protective Equipment within the Cleaning Room at the Ottawa airport hangar and facility for Transport Canada’s Aircraft Services Directorate.
In accordance with Appendix B of the Policies for Ministers’ Offices, the government proactively publishes the use of government administrative aircraft. This includes use of all Challenger aircrafts.
National Defence will make information on the use of administrative aircraft available to the public on a monthly basis to include:
- the name of the minister requesting the aircraft
- the date(s) of trips and the location(s) visited
- the name(s) of the passenger(s)
- the purpose of the trip(s)
- the number of hours flown.
From 2011-2016, this dataset details the number of hours flown and the corresponding number of hours worked on select aircraft in the Transport Canada fleet. A total for the period, and average rate, are given as well.
This dataset describes the individual fuel purchases, by Region or Group, made for Transport Canada’s fleet of aircraft. Details provided include the city where the fuel was purchased, the supplier, volume, purchase price, and the method of payment used.