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Air Dispersion Modeling is used by many regulatory agencies as a means of assessing the impact of a facility on the air quality of the surrounding area. In many instances, the results of an Air Dispersion Modeling study will be compared to legislated ambient or ground level air pollution criteria to determine the compliance status of a facility.
In Ontario, most industrial facilities are required to have Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA) granted by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE) in order to operate. If a business’s activities impact the natural environment, an ECA is required to operate legally in Ontario.
Through the Environmental Emergency (E2) Regulations, the Federal Government requires the preparation and implementation of environmental emergency plans to manage toxic and other hazardous substances at commercial and industrial facilities.