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- Health and Environmental Effects of Burning Municipal Solid Waste
The burning of municipal waste at a waste disposal site, except for a limited number of specific materials, is prohibited under The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 (EMPA 2002) and The Clean Air Act. The municipality and the operator of a waste disposal site shall ensure that no municipal waste is burned at the site as part of the waste disposal operation.
- Metis Guide for Hunting and Fishing in Saskatchewan
This brochure is intended to outline the Ministry of Environment's existing policy on Metis Aboriginal rights to hunt, fish and trap for food.
- Abrasive Sand Blasting Guideline
Abrasive (Sand) Blasting operations do not need to apply for permits to operate under The Clean Air Act as industrial sources. However, they are required to voluntarily follow guidelines, which should reduce or eliminate any environmental risk associated with abrasive (sand) blasting.
- Wood Oil Burning Facts
Air quality impacts may be of a health concern especially to those with allergies, asthma or other respiratory or cardiovascular problems. Small appliance emissions, taken together with many other emission sources, can have a significant impact on air quality. The design of the wood/coal burning appliance and the method of operation determine the air emissions. These appliances could consist of indoor fireplaces, outdoor fire pits, outdoor furnaces and outdoor heaters for pools or hot tubs that burn wood or coal.
- Career Fact Sheet - Conservation Officer
A career brochure on becoming a conservation officer, including training requirements, schools, types of positions, hiring, etc.