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O. Reg. 305/17: INDUSTRY EMISSIONS - NITROGEN OXIDES AND SULPHUR DIOXIDE

filed July 28, 2017 under Environmental Protection Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. E.19

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ontario regulation 305/17

made under the

Environmental Protection Act

Made: July 26, 2017
Filed: July 28, 2017
Published on e-Laws: July 31, 2017
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: August 12, 2017

Amending O. Reg. 194/05

(INDUSTRY EMISSIONS - NITROGEN OXIDES AND SULPHUR DIOXIDE)

1. Subsection 11 (2) of Ontario Regulation 194/05 is amended by striking out “shall be the amount set out in Table 2” at the end and substituting “shall be 3,100 tonnes of nitrogen oxides allowances”.

2. Subsection 26 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “shall be the amount set out in Table 7” at the end and substituting “shall be 10,100 tonnes of sulphur dioxide allowances”.

3. Subsection 45 (5) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “the amount of nitrogen oxides emitted” wherever it appears and substituting in each case “the amount of nitrogen oxides, in tonnes emitted”.

4. Subsection 46 (5) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “the amount of sulphur dioxide emitted” and substituting “the amount of sulphur dioxide, in tonnes, emitted”.

5. Tables 1 to 10 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

table 1
Nitrogen Oxides Emissions Allowances, sector Budgets, Section 10

Item

Column 1

Regulated sector

Column 2

Amount (tonnes)

1.

Cement

14,875

2.

Flat glass

1,805

3.

Pulp and paper

6,558

4.

Iron and steel

9,855

table 3
Nitrogen Oxides Emissions Allowances, Petroleum Sector, Section 12

Item

Column 1

Facility

Column 2

Amount (tonnes)

1.

Imperial Oil Refinery Complex, Sarnia

2,660

2.

Imperial Oil, Nanticoke

1,900

3.

Petro-Canada, Mississauga

665

4.

Shell Canada, Sarnia

1,710

5.

Suncor Inc., Sarnia

950

6.

Nova Chemicals, Sarnia

2,500

table 4
Nitrogen Oxides Emission Intensity Rates, Section 14

Item

Column 1

Regulated sector

Column 2

Facility

Column 3

Intensity rate (tonnes per unit of regulated product)

1.

Cement

St. Marys, Bowmanville

0.0020

2.

Cement

St. Lawrence, Mississauga

0.0020

3.

Cement

Lafarge, Bath

0.0020

4.

Cement

Essroc, Picton

0.0020

5.

Cement

St. Marys, St. Marys

0.0020

6.

Cement

Lafarge, Woodstock

0.0020

7.

Flat glass

PPG, Owen Sound

0.0108

8.

Iron and steel

Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie

0.00120

9.

Iron and steel

Dofasco, Hamilton

0.00085

10.

Iron and steel

Stelco Hilton Works, Hamilton

0.00116

11.

Iron and steel

Stelco Lake Erie, Nanticoke

0.00116

12.

Pulp and paper

Bowater, Thunder Bay

0.0022

13.

Pulp and paper

Kimberly Clark, Terrace Bay

0.0017

14.

Pulp and paper

Domtar, Espanola

0.0023

15.

Pulp and paper

Weyerhaeuser, Dryden

0.0029

16.

Pulp and paper

Norampac, Red Rock

0.0013

17.

Pulp and paper

Abitibi, Fort Frances

0.0040

18.

Pulp and paper

Marathon Pulp, Marathon

0.0043

19.

Pulp and paper

Tembec, Smooth Rock

0.0026

20.

Pulp and paper

Domtar, Cornwall

0.0035

table 5
Sulphur Dioxide Emission Allowances, Facility Budgets, Section 22

Item

Column 1

Facility

Column 2

Amount (tonnes)

1.

Inco, Sudbury

66,000

2.

Falconbridge, Sudbury

25,000

3.

Nova Chemicals, Sarnia

7,100

4.

Cabot Canada, Sarnia

7,300

5.

Columbian Chemicals, Hamilton

3,400

table 6
Sulphur Dioxide Emission Allowances, Sector Budgets, Section 23

Item

Column 1

Regulated sector

Column 2

Amount (tonnes)

1.

Cement

16,139

2.

Iron and steel

19,384

3.

Pulp and paper

8,339

Table 8
Sulphur Dioxide Emission Allowances, Petroleum Sector, Section 27

Item

Column 1

Facility

Column 2

Amount (tonnes)

1.

Imperial Oil Refinery Complex, Sarnia

9,200

2.

Imperial Oil, Nanticoke

6,800

3.

Petro-Canada, Mississauga

1,600

4.

Shell Canada, Sarnia

7,150

5.

Suncor Inc. Sarnia

4,000

table 9
Sulphur Dioxide Emission Intensity Rates, Section 29

Item

Column 1

Regulated sector

Column 2

Facility

Column 3

Intensity rates (tonnes per unit of regulated product)

1.

Cement

St. Marys, Bowmanville

0.0022

2.

Cement

St. Lawrence, Mississauga

0.0022

3.

Cement

Lafarge, Bath

0.0022

4.

Cement

Essroc, Picton

0.0022

5.

Cement

St. Marys, St. Marys

0.0022

6.

Cement

Lafarge, Woodstock

0.0022

7.

Base metal smelting

Inco, Sudbury

0.30

8.

Base metal smelting

Falconbridge, Sudbury

0.30

9.

Carbon black

Cabot Canada

0.066

10.

Carbon black

Columbian Chemicals

0.036

11.

Iron and steel

Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie

0.00323

12.

Iron and steel

Dofasco, Hamilton

0.00121

13.

Iron and steel

Stelco Hilton Works, Hamilton

0.00203

14.

Iron and steel

Stelco Lake Erie, Nanticoke

0.00203

15.

Pulp and paper

Bowater, Thunder Bay

0.0034

16.

Pulp and paper

Kimberly Clark, Terrace Bay

0.0015

17.

Pulp and paper

Domtar, Espanola

0.0013

18.

Pulp and paper

Weyerhaeuser, Dryden

0.0007

19.

Pulp and paper

Norampac, Red Rock

0.0017

20.

Pulp and paper

Abitibi, Fort Frances

0.0082

21.

Pulp and paper

Marathon Pulp, Marathon

0.0053

22.

Pulp and paper

Tembec, Smooth Rock

0.0016

23.

Pulp and paper

Domtar, Cornwall

0.0115

24.

Petroleum

Nova Chemicals, Sarnia

0.008875

Table 10
Additional Monitoring of Sulphur Dioxide Emission Sources, section 48

Item

Column 1

Facility

Column 2

Source

1.

Any facility in the cement sector

Kiln

2.

Inco, Sudbury

381 metre stack

3.

Inco, Sudbury

193 metre stack

4.

Falconbridge, Sudbury

93 metre stack

Commencement

6. This Regulation comes into force on the day it is filed.