Paul Manning Speaks at Hazmat Management Magazine’s Remediation Technology Seminar

I was delighted to to join the roster of speakers at  Hazmat Management Magazines’ Remediation Technology Seminar at the Mississauga Convention Centre in Mississauga today.,

The seminar provided an overview of new developments in remediation technology in Canada and discussed how new regulations will impact the approach to the clean-up of contaminated sites. I spoke on the second of these topics and reviewed:

  • The government’s  current Management of Excess Soil: A Guide for Best Management Practices
  • The likely new regime resulting from Ontario’s Soil Management Policy Framework
  • Opportunities to create offset credits in the context of soil treatment under Ontario’s new Cap and Trade Emissions Trading Program; and
  • The impact of the decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in the Midwest case

http://www.hazmatmag.com/industry-chat/remediation-technologies-seminar-november-22nd/1003274597/

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Manning Environmental Law is a Canadian law firm based in Toronto, Ontario. Our practice is focussed on environmental law, energy law and aboriginal law. 

Paul Manning is a certified specialist in environmental law. He has been named as one of the World’s Leading Environmental Lawyers by Who’s Who Legal: 2016.

As always, these posts  are provided only as a general guide and are not legal advice. If you do have any issue that requires legal advice please get in touch. Our contact details can be found here

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