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lakeridgelogoLAKERIDGE CITIZENS FOR CLEAN WATER
One of the first groups dealing with this issue, LCCW has developed an extensive website.
lakeridgecitizens.ca/lccw/


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MANAGEMENT OF EXCESS SOIL – A GUIDE FOR BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FROM ONTARIO MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
The best management practices in this document provide guidance on how to handle excess soil beginning at the place where the soil is excavated (a “Source Site”), during the transportation of the excess soil, and through to a site where the excess soil can be reused for a beneficial purpose (a “Receiving Site”).
www.ontario.ca/environment-and-energy/management-excess-soil-guide-best-management-practices


serviceontariologoONTARIO REGULATION 153/04 AND THE SOIL AND GROUND WATER STANDARDS
Ontario Regulation 153/04 sets out standards for soil, ground water and sediment. The generic contaminant standards are set out in, “Soil, Ground Water and Sediment Standards, for Use under Part XV.1 of the Environmental Protection Act” dated April 15, 2011, (Standards) and are referred to as Tables 1 through 9. These Standards assume certain conditions at a property as well as an intended property use.
www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/regs/english/elaws_regs_040153_e.htm
www.mah.gov.on.ca/AssetFactory.aspx?did=8993 (pdf)


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PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL RIGHTS AT AERODROMES
There has been considerable discussion on the definition of an “aerodrome” and the application of provincial and municipal laws at aerodromes with respect to managing fill operations. The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for Transport Canada officials and others on land use issues and jurisdictional matters surrounding aerodromes.
www.tc.gc.ca/media/documents/ca-opssvs/AC_300-009_ISSUE_02.pdf


rccaoSURVEY OF MUNICIPAL SOIL BY-LAWS
A review of 135 municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) shows that only a small percentage have soil quality regulations that reference the Province’s criteria for soil quality. This is an independent study commissioned by the Residential And Civil Construction Alliance Of Ontario (RCCAO).
www.rccao.com/news/files/RCCAO_MARCH2013_REPORT_LOWRES.pdf


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2013 MANAGING LARGE-SCALE FILL SYMPOSIUM
Over 260 people came together from across the province to discuss the management of large-scale fill in Ontario at a symposium in Port Perry on January 25, 2013. Youtube videos of all the presentations can be found at this link.
kawarthaconservation.com/fill


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