The purpose of the Guideline for Hazardous Waste Management document is to:
• provide guidance to industrial, commercial, and institutional operators in the Northwest Territories (NWT) on the proper management of hazardous waste;
• increase awareness of the different types of hazardous waste; and
• support the tracking of hazardous waste from generation to final treatment/disposal.
The Guideline for the Management of Waste Lead and Lead Paint is intended to:
• Provide guidance to industrial, commercial, and institutional (ICI) operators in the Northwest Territories (NWT) on the proper management of waste lead and lead paint;
• Increase awareness and provide a brief introduction to the different types of waste lead and lead paint; and,
• Support the tracking of hazardous waste from generation to final treatment/disposal.
This Guide outlines how applicants can apply for funding for science-focused projects (i.e. projects focused on scientific data collection or the analysis and/or synthesis of existing scientific data) through the annual Request for Proposals (RFP) process to address our monitoring priorities.
This Guide outlines how applicants can apply for funding for TK focused projects (i.e. projects focused on TK data collection or the analysis and/or synthesis of existing TK data) through the annual Request for Proposals (RFP) process.
NWT Summary of Hunting Regulations July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017
Also available in French as TNO Résumé des règlements sur la chasse. 1er juillet 2016 au 30 juin 2017
Also known informally as the NWT Hunting Guide
Wildlife and nature, Legislation, regulations, policy and guidelines, Legislation, regulations, policy and guidelines, Hunting, trapping and harvesting, Wildlife and nature
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) requires that movement documents (6 part manifest) accompany shipments of hazardous waste as described in the Guideline for the General Management of Hazardous Waste in the NWT.
In 2014, two amendments concerning consignor certification statement and UN Number were made to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (Canada) (TGDR) that affects the existing version of the hazardous waste movement document (6 copy manifest) used by generators, carriers and receivers of hazardous waste.
Movement documents have been updated and distributed to reflect the amendment to the consignor certification statement that must be used. However, the changes to the order of UN number are not complete and new movement documents are not currently available.
ENR has developed a movement document supplement to reflect recent amendments to the TDGR, Hazardous Waste Movement Document Supplement I: Multiple Different Wastes.
Contaminants and recycling, Legislation, regulations, policy and guidelines