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  Construction and Demolition Waste Management and Disposal
Since disposal costs at landfills for waste construction and demolition (C&D) material are high, the construction industry has been seeking to minimize cost and construction material waste associated with building new structures.
  Copper Wire Recycling
This document identifies the provincial regulations that apply to the processing of copper wire in Saskatchewan.
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  Guidelines for the Decommissioning of a Warehouse Used for Storage of Crop Protection Chemicals
The intent of these guidelines is to assist the owner of an agricultural chemical warehouse to anticipate and understand the requirements of Saskatchewan Environment (SE) for proper assessment and decommissioning, demolition or restoration of the facility.
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  Impacted Sites Guidance Document
This document describes the process for managing impacted sites; the minimum elements of an acceptable solution for a site assessment, corrective action plan, and closure report; and bridges the gap between provincial regulatory requirements and the science applied to meet those requirements.
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  Policy on the Disposal of Friable Waste Asbestos
Disposal Requirements Friable waste asbestos material can be disposed only at landfills approved by the Ministry of Environment.
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  Reporting Discharges and Spills
This fact sheet is intended to assist those who use, transport and store hazardous and environmentallydangerous substances in understanding the reporting requirements for discharges and spills under The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2010 (EMPA, 2010) and The Environmental Spill Control Regulations respectively.
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  Saskatchewan Biomedical Waste Management Guidelines
The objective of these guidelines is to provide an approach to the management of human/animal biomedical waste that is safe for the waste handlers, the public and the environment as well as being cost effective and practical.
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  Transportation of Hazardous Waste
Manifesting of hazardous waste shipped within Saskatchewan is not required by Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. Manifesting is required by the federal government for hazardous waste and hazardous recyclable material shipped into or out of the province.
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  Used Oil As Road Substance
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment does not approve of used oil as a road oiling substance for dust suppression or other purposes.
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  Waste Oil Burning Equipment Guidelines
Objective: This guideline is intended to assist in the installation, construction and operation of waste oil burning equipment.
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