Environmental Law: What's All The Noise About? Listen in on MOE Noise Requirements (Archived Video Stream) 

Oct. 31, 2012
Toronto Online

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Environmental Compliance Approvals, under section 9 of the Environmental Protection Act, now incorporate noise and vibration as integral elements of all air emission applications and approvals. The submission for noise is not part of the filing of an Emission Summary and Dispersion Modelling (ESDM) report under O.Reg. 419/05. Rather, the MOE’s Noise Screening Process requires an independent noise study which measures total noise emissions to the nearest Point of Reception (POR), which may not be the same as the ESDM Point of Impingement. A more detailed Acoustic Assessment Report may be required and noise and/or vibration impacts above acceptable criteria will necessitate implementation of control measures. Hear the experts so that your operations can meet these stringent requirements and you understand how to lead your clients through the regulatory process.

Chair: Ian Richler, Gowling LaFleur Henderson LLP

Legal Speaker: Dianne Saxe, Dianne Saxe Professional Corporation, Saxe Law Office

Technical Speakers: John Coulter, J.E. Coulter Associates Limited
Graham Rempe, Solicitor City of Toronto Legal Services


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