2017 Seminar Series (In person and webinars)

Check the boxes for webinars or seminars that you want to attend. More information on each talk is given below.

Location for In-person Seminars:

Airzone One, 222 Matheson Boulevard East, Mississauga, Ontario, L4Z 1X1, (north side of Matheson, east of Hurontario St. between Whittle and McAdam Roads).

4th Seminar: Updates on Annual Emissions Reporting – Wed. Mar. 1st 2017 (snowdate: Thurs Mar. 2nd, 2017)

We will be covering OReg 127/NPRI, City of Toronto (ChemTrac), GHGs and Toxics Reduction Act reporting, including who is required to report, reporting thresholds and calculations, reporting methods and reporting deadlines. All attendees will be eligible for a free consultation at their facility (within the GTA), on their Emissions Reporting compliance status.

[Registration required by Feb. 22nd, 2017] A webinar version will be given Mar. 2nd, 2017 at 12:00 PM.

5th Seminar: Mould and Indoor Air Quality – Wed. Apr. 19th 2017

The effects of mould on human health will be explored, assessment and sampling strategies outlined and requirements for remediation described. All attendees will be eligible for a free walk- through of their facility (within the GTA) and assessment of potential mould issues.

[Registration required by Apr. 12th, 2016] A webinar version will be given April. 20th 2017 at 12:00 PM.

6th Seminar: Land Use Planning and the MOE’s D-series Assessments – Wed. May 17th 2017

We will provide a overview of the requirements of a D-series assessment as may be triggered by a proposed land use change. Issues with the D-series analysis in relation to land use compatibility will be explored. Limitations will be discussed in anticipation of proposed updates by the MOE.

[Registration required by May 10th, 2017] A webinar version will be given May 18th 2017 at 12:00 PM.

7th Seminar: Ambient Air Sampling – Uses and Methods – Wed. June 14th 2017

Uses of ambient air sampling (regulatory and otherwise) will be described along with the selection of methods available and decisions required to choose the “best” sampling method.

[Registration required by June 7th, 2017] A webinar version will be given June 15th 2017 at 12:00 PM.