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Review of Ontario Hydro"s class environmental assessment for minor transmission facilities

Review of Ontario Hydro"s class environmental assessment for minor transmission facilities

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Published by [s.n.] in Ontario .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ontario.,
  • Electric lines -- Ontario -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Electric power transmisssion -- Ontario -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Environmental impact analysis -- Ontario -- Law and legislation.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOntario Hydro class environmental assessment for minor transmission facility
    Statementsubmitted by Ontario Hydro.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD195.E37 R49 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19232176M


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Review of Ontario Hydro"s class environmental assessment for minor transmission facilities Download PDF EPUB FB2

Section 9 of the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. The purpose of the Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities (also referred to as “Class EA Document”) is to provide information that will enable the Minister of the Environment.

This documents, the Class Environmental Assessment for- Minor Transmission Facilities, is a "parent" Class Environmental Assessment (EA) document. The purpose of a parent Class EA is to provide the basis for approval under the Environmental Assessment (EA) Act of a defined class.

Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities A Class Environmental Assessment (EA) is an environmental planning process approved under Ontario's Environmental Assessment Act (EA Act) for certain classes of projects that have predictable and mitigable environmental effects.

Review of the Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities August 2 1. Class Environmental Assessment Process A Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) is a proponent driven planning process designed to incorporate the consideration of the environment into decision-making by assessing the.

The purpose of the Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities (also referred to as "Class EA Document")is to provide information that will enable the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change (Minister) to approve, following a single review, certain types of frequently occurring.

The Chatham to Lakeshore Line is subject to the Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities (Hydro One, ), in accordance with the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. The Class EA is a streamlined planning process ensuring that applicable projects are planned and carried out in a manner that is efficient and environmentally acceptable.

Hydro One Networks Inc. (Hydro One) has completed its proposed amended Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities (Class EA).

As required under section (1) of the Environmental Assessment Act and according to the Terms of Reference (ToR) approved by the Minister of the Environment.

The Lakeshore Transmission Stations Project was subject to the Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities (Hydro One, ), in accordance with the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.

InHydro One held two Community Information Centres (CICs) to provide the public with information on the project, including the Class EA process, study area, and the various alternatives for the new transformer stations.

Environmental Assessment Act has historically applied to public sector projects only, and does not automatically apply to private sector projects. In the electricity sector, this meant that the Environmental Assessment Act applied only to electricity projects undertaken by the successor companies to Ontario Hydro, municipal electricity.

To all users of the: CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FOR PROVINCIAL TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES Enquiries regarding the purchase and distribution of this manual should be directed to: Publications Ontario Bay Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada M7A 1N8 Phone: TTY: File Size: 1MB.

At the time of publication of the Class EA for Minor Transmission Facilities, Hyd ro One was known as Ontario Hydro prior to its reorganization into five companies in The company responsible for hydroelectricity became Hydro One.

The Five Year Review Report () included several proposed amendments to the Class EA (Amended June ). The majority of the proposed amendments focused on bringing the Class EA into compliance with MOECC’s “Code of Practice: Preparing, Reviewing and Using Class Environmental Assessments in Ontario” (January ) and “Guide: Consideration of Climate.

Vous utilisez un navigateur désuet qui n’est plus accepté par Les navigateurs désuets ne disposent pas de caractéristiques sécuritaires permettant d’assurer la sécurité de vos renseignements. Code of Practice. Preparing, Reviewing and. Using Class Environmental Assessments in Ontario.

Legislative Authority: Environmental Assessment Act, RSOChapter EFile Size: KB. Related documents On Augthe OEB issued a new edition of its Environmental Guidelines for the Location, Construction and Operation of Hydrocarbon Pipelines and Facilities in Ontario.

The Guidelines enhancements ensure that roles and obligations for the Crown’s duty to consult process for intra-provincial hydrocarbon pipelines are better defined. Class Environmental Assessment Process. A Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) is a proponent driven planning process designed to incorporate the consideration of the environment into decision-making by assessing the effects of an undertaking on the environment.

In Ontario, the Environmental Assessment Act (EAA) sets out the generalFile Size: KB. During the environmental assessment process, MTO tries to avoid environmental impacts. If environmental impacts can't be avoided, the ministry takes steps to mitigate them.

For the majority of work undertaken, MTO applies the approved process documented in the Class Environmental Assessment for Provincial Transportation Facilities (PDF - MB). the Hydro One Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Line Facilities under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.

On completion of the study, an Environmental Screening Report will be completed and made available for a day public review. Any delay in construction may have a negative effect on the ability of Hydro One to meet present and future electricity customer requirements; and Hydro One Network Inc.

and the public could be damaaed by the cost of having to proceed with the process set out under the Class Environmental Assessment for Minor Transmission Facilities. Section 67 of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.

The provincial Class EAs include Hydro One Class EA for Minor Transmission Facilities, MNRF Class EA for Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves (PPCR) and MNRF Resource Stewardship and Facility Development (RSFD) Class.

The Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks has since advised IAMGOLD that the Environmental Screening Process for Category B Projects set out in Ontario Regulation /01 is not required, and the transmission line is only subject to the Class Environmental Assessment for Minor.

Transmission Facilities, said the company release. As of May 1,there is a new process for submitting streamlined environmental assessment notices and updates.

If you are planning a Class environmental assessment project or an electricity or waste management streamlined environmental assessment project, see Streamlined Environmental Assessment for more information.

Please note that this is in addition to the existing notification. description of the Ontario Pipeline Coordinating Committee (the “OPCC”), which is comprised of government agencies, that have a role in the review of gas transmission and distribution facilities projects.

The stages in the development of an ER are also outlined. Chapter 2 outlines general planning principles and procedures. This Code of Practice outlines the legislative requirements and the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change’s expectations for the preparation and review of an environmental assessment.

COVID Get the latest updates or take a self-assessment. The Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Line Project requires authorization of an international power line under the NEB Act.

A review will undertaken by the NEB for the project under The Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, The NEB ensures that an appropriate environmental assessment is conducted according to the standards prescribed by.

Northern Hydro Assessment Waterpower Potential in the Far North of Ontario Commissioned by Ontario Waterpower Association, financial support from the Ontario Government H Rev. 3 Novem Class Environmental Assessment.

A Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) is a document that describes a planning and decision- making process for groups (or classes) of activities for which a. proponent. must conduct an environmental assessment. The classes of activities eligible for review under a Class EA must be routine in.

The Environmental Assessment process ensures that any potential environmental, economic, social, cultural and health effects that may occur during the lifetime of a major project are thoroughly assessed. Environmental Assessments are managed by the Environmental Assessment Office, a neutral regulatory agency within the provincial government.

Environmental assessment is a planning and decision-making process that we follow for projects that will be undertaken on government property.

This process, described in the Ministry of Infrastructure Public Work Class Environmental Assessment, sets out how the Ministry of Infrastructure proposes to meet requirements of Ontario’s Environmental Assessment Act.

A Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) for the proposed undertaking is required under Ontario Regulation /01 – Electricity Projects and subject to.

Environmental Assessment Act. approval in accordance with the “Class EA for Minor Transmission Facilities”.

The following is for information purposes only. It is not a substitute for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, (CEAA ) or any of its regulations. In the event of any inconsistency between this content and CEAA or its regulations, CEAA or its regulations, would prevail. To learn about the purpose and steps of environmental assessments under the Canadian Environmental.

Activity book that helps students understand renewable and non-renewable sources of energy, recognize the importance of energy conservation, and create action plans to reduce energy consumption.

A History of Electric Power in Manitoba (PDF, MB). The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) requires Hydro Ottawa (HOL) to provide electrical power in a controlled assessment period to locate and correct the area of concern. HOL may be able to Generators and energy resource facilities shall operate within the CSA document CAN3-C normal limits in steady-state (i.e.

periods of time longer. It is currently anticipated that the Keeyask Transmission Project Environmental Assessment Report will be filed with regulators in October This will be followed by a regulatory-review period that is currently planned for completion by July No construction will begin until all regulatory approvals and property reservations are completed.

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (EA) PROCESS Metrolinx and Hydro One are carrying out a parallel EA process to satisfy both Metrolinx’s requirements under the Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) and Hydro One’s requirements under the Class EA for Minor Transmission Facilities (Class EA).

The parallel EA process involves. Underwater Diving At Bc Hydro Facilities Work Near Interprovincial And International Pipelines Assessment sections, and for requirements to use Safety by Design, the Hierarchy of Transmission and Distribution Business Group has delegated these responsibilities to the T&D.

EnvironmentaL Assessment Act. This Schedule sets out amendments to the Environmental Assessment Act. The Schedule amends section of the Act and also amends section to provide that section applies in respect of environmental assessments that were prepared under the predecessor of Part II of the Act.

The purpose of the advisory notice [PDF, 18 KB] is to draw the attention of developers and owners of multiple occupancy buildings, and their electrical consultants and contractors to the requirements of BC Hydro's Electric Tariff [PDF, MB] in relation to the electricity supply and metering configurations applicable to these buildings.

The environmental assessment process is consistent with provincial and federal environmental assessment legislation, guidelines and procedures, as well as best practices. Manitoba Hydro uses a Site Selection and Environmental Assessment (SSEA) process (Figure ) to conduct assessments of its transmission facilities.

The primary overarching. BC Hydro has filed a request with the Environmental Assessment Office of British Columbia to amend its environmental assessment certificate for the 1,MW Site C project. On Feb. 2, the office sent out a request for participants in an “advisory working group of federal, provincial, local government and First Nation representatives to assist EAO with review of” the proposed amendments.

At each step of a project, Hydro-Québec conducts technical and environmental studies to eventually determine the solution with the least impact. When a project begins, Hydro-Québec first defines a study area, in which line routes and substation locations will be proposed.LAWRENCE SOLOMON Lawrence Solomon is one of Canada's leading environmentalists.

His book, The Conserver Solution (Doubleday), which popularized the Conserver Society concept in the late s, became the manual for those interested in incorporating environmental factors into economic life. An advisor to President Carter's Task Force on the Global Environment (the Global Report) in.Manitoba Hydro is currently undertaking environmental assessment activities to apply for an Environment Act licence to construct a kilovolt (kV) international transmission line.

The environmental assessment process for the project is consistent with provincial and federal legislation, guidelines and procedures, as well as best practices.