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Renseignements en Français

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Hazardous Materials Storage

Storing hazardous materials and waste dangerous goods avoid environmental impacts or risk to human health. To minimize these risks, regulations ensure storage facilities are constructed, operated and decommissioned properly.

Application to Construct or Upgrade and Operate a Storage Facility

The Ministry of Environment must approve the construction, alteration or expansion of a facility to handle hazardous substances or waste dangerous goods. All hazardous substance storage facilities require operating approvals.

Application to Decommission a Storage Facility

Owners require an approval from the Ministry of Environment to dismantle or decommission equipment used to store and handle hazardous substances and waste dangerous goods.

Hazardous Substances and Waste Dangerous Goods Storage Facilities

The safe and appropriate storage of hazardous materials is critical to avoid environmental impacts or risk to human health.

The Ministry of Environment maintains a list of all hazardous substance storage facilities that includes:

  • Facility/Operation Name
  • Address
  • Legal Land Description
  • Operational Status
  • Operation ID

Search for a Hazardous Substance Storage Facility

For more information, please contact the Ministry of Environment Inquiry Centre (Toll Free) at 1-800-567-4224,

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