Essex Region Source Protection Area - Proposed Source Protection PlanSource Protection Plan
The Essex Region Source Protection Authority has released the Proposed Source Protection Plans for public consultation.
The goal of the Source Protection Plan is to manage or eliminate existing or future activities that are, or could become, significant threats. The Plan contains a series of policies that will protect our drinking water sources from current and future threats. These threats have been identified through the technical and scientific work outlined in our Assessment Reports. The plan looks at the best way we, as a community, can protect our sources of municipal drinking water now and in the future.
The Essex Region Source Protection Authority would like to invite public comments on the Proposed Source Protection Plan. Comments must be received on or before July 30, 2012 at 4:00 p.m.
How to Comment
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: 519-776-8688
- Mail: Essex Region Source Protection Authority
360 Fairview Avenue West, Suite 311
Attention: Stan Taylor, Project Manager, Source Water Protection
- SWP Comment Form
A drinking water threat refers to an activity or condition that adversely affects, or has the potential to adversely affect, the quality or quantity of water that is or may be used as a source of drinking water.
Our plan will consider present and future occurrences of:
- Nineteen types of drinking water quality threats that are prescribed in the regulations under the Clean Water Act and listed within our Assessment Report
- Transportation of specific substances along railway, highway and shipping corridors
The Source Protection Plan is due to be submitted to the Ministry of Environment in August 2012.
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To view the Executive Summary in French, click here.