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Ontario Ministry Proposes Toxics Use-Reduction Law

10:25 AM MDT | April 10, 2009 | kara sissell

The Ontario Ministry of Environment (Toronto) proposed toxics use-reduction legislation last week that industry executives say would duplicate current efforts under Canada’s Chemicals Management Plan (CMP). Ontario officials say the proposal is modeled on successful toxic use-reduction laws in Massachusetts and New Jersey. Gerretsen: Bill would allocate $24 million to help industry. The Ontario plan would require firms to track and evaluate their current use and release of toxics; develop a plan to reduce the use and release of toxics; and make a summary of...

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