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Found 10 records similar to Ontario landfills
Data with the following information for small landfills: * open/closed status * site owner * site location * Certificate of Approval number This dataset was last updated in 2014 and contains out of date information. It has been replaced by the Ontario landfills dataset.
Data with the following information for large landfills: * landfill capacity * fill rates * estimated remaining capacity * engineering designs * reporting and monitoring details This dataset was last updated in 2014 and contains out of date information. It has been replaced by the Ontario landfills dataset.
This dataset provides a summary of information reported by landfills regarding their landfill gas collection (LFG), methane destruction and/or use, and associated emission reductions as required by Section 11 of O.Reg. 347 under the Environmental Protection Act. Data includes: * Year * Environmental Compliance Approval Number (ECA) * Landfill Site Name * Site Address * Approved Site Volume (m3) * Is LFG collected? (Yes/No) * LFG Destruction % - Flare * LFG Destruction % - Electricity Generation * LFG – Other % * LFG Other % - Description * Annual LFG Collected (m3) * Methane (%) * Destruction Efficiency (%) – Flare * Destruction Efficiency (%) – Electricity Generation * Destruction Efficiency (%) – Other * Emissions Reductions – Global Warming Potential (GWP) 21 (tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e)) * Emissions Reductions - GWP 25 (tCO2e) * Carbon dioxide generated from Methane Destruction (tonnes) ### Related dataset(s) * Small Landfill Sites * Large Industrial GHG Emissions
A "contaminant attenuation zone" is a three-dimensional zone that is, * located on land adjacent to a landfilling site, * in the subservice or extends into the subsurface, and * is used or is intended to be used for the attenuation of contaminants from the landfilling site to levels that will not have an unacceptable impact beyond the boundary of the zone. Instructions for downloading this dataset: * select the link below and scroll down the metadata record page until you find Transfer Options in the Distribution Information section * select the link beside the Data for download label * you must provide your name, organization and email address in order to access the dataset This product requires the use of GIS software. *[GIS]: geographic information system
Locations for the collection, treatment and disposal of solid wastes generated by the Saskatchewan populations using effective waste management practices.
The Provincial inventory of regulated and monitored Solid Waste sites (landfills, industrial landfills, transfer stations, industrial landfarms and unauthorized sites). Includes information on current Status – closed/open/proposed, Permit Expiry Date, Permit Number, Recent Inspection Date , Site Name, Site Type – industrial landfarm/industrial landfill/landfill/transfer station/unauthorized.Please visit https://geohub.saskatchewan.ca for more information or downloading this data.
An interactive web application illustrating the locations of landfills and waste transfer stations registered with the WRARS Program as well as First Nations landfills by facility type, owner type and by class. An interactive web application illustrating the locations of landfills and waste transfer stations registered with the Waste Reduction and Recycling Support (WRARS) Program as well as First Nations landfills by facility type, owner type and by class (for landfills only excluding First Nations landfills). Pop-ups for each location registered with the WRARS Program provide additional information, including the name of the facility owner (e.g., the name of the municipality, business, community council or government agency that owns/operates the facility). Pop-ups for the First Nations landfills only provide the facility name.
This dataset contains measurements of pesticide concentrations in stream water samples collected at selected streams in Ontario. The Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) jointly collaborate to monitor pesticides in selected tributaries in southern Ontario. There are currently 19 monitoring sites within watershed or predominately agricultural land. The data includes: * Location of 21 stations (19 of which are currently active) * Pesticide concentration levels
This dataset contains a yearly comparison summary of MECP's average for meeting the standards. The CSS categories are: * telephone * in-person * e-mail/online * mail/fax * social media [MECP]: Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks [CSS]: Common Service Standards
Data about private schools in Ontario and overseas. Includes: * school name * school number * credits offered * principal name * suite * PO box * street address * city * province/ country (overseas schools) * postal code * telephone number * fax * region * school website * school level * school special condition code * program type * association membership Contact information is reported by schools in the Ontario School Information System as of January 2023. The following school types are not included: * public * Catholic * publicly funded hospitals * provincial * care, treatment and correctional facilities * night schools * adult continuing education day schools This data is related to: * Private elementary and secondary schools * Private postsecondary schools * How to Request a Notice of Intention to Operate a Private School (NOI) Form (for private school administrators) * Law: Private Career Colleges Act * Law: Education Act Related data: * School sites and addresses: Identifies locations for private school sites, both physical and mailing address locations. * School programs: Identifies a private school's program(s).
Industrial activities generate waste that is discharged into water bodies, the air or ends up in landfill sites. Air is the most common release medium. Ammonia, methanol, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide are by far the most common industrial pollutants released in Canada. Industrial discharge sites are concentrated in southern Ontario and Quebec, and around major cities in British Columbia and the Prairies.