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The Ministry of Environment is seeking feedback on a proposed new transfer station chapter for inclusion in the Saskatchewan Environmental Code.
The transfer station code will reduce the time municipalities spend on permitting and reporting, while providing flexibility for meeting compliance obligations. The code chapter will allow for online registration and reduce the requirement to submit some documentation for review, such as operations plans and emergency response plans.
Draft Transfer Station Code Chapter
Full text of the proposed transfer station chapter.
Discussion paper – Transfer Station Chapter
Introduces the project to develop a transfer station chapter to the Saskatchewan Environmental Code, identifies considerations and poses questions for public engagement.
Quick Reference Guide - Transfer Station Code Chapter
A two-page reference that briefly identifies who the proposed chapter applies to, what is changing and answers frequently asked questions.
Saskatchewan Environmental Code - Transfer Station Chapter Survey
Review the discussion paper and complete the online survey by February 5, 2022.
Presentation – Proposed Transfer Station Code Chapter
Slides from the virtual engagement sessions provide an overview of how activities are managed through the Environmental Code and explain elements and considerations for the Transfer Station chapter.
For additional information or questions, participants have the option of attending virtual engagement sessions offered by the ministry at the dates listed below. To register for a virtual engagement session, please email email@example.com.
We welcome any feedback you may have on the proposed new chapter and ask that you submit your written comments no later than February 5, 2022 through the survey or to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject heading Transfer Station Chapter.
The ministry will review the responses and report back on what we heard. The report will be emailed to stakeholders and posted on the Government of Saskatchewan website in early 2022.
The Solid Waste Management Strategy is committed to developing Saskatchewan Environmental Code chapters for transfer stations and composting facilities for implementation in 2022-23. There will be opportunities to provide feedback on the draft composting facilities code chapter prior to implementation. More information on the scheduling of public engagement for the composting code chapter will be provided as it becomes available.
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