Understanding Facility Air Emissions & Sewer Discharge Compliance Obligations, Regulatory Inspections & Investigations
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Manufacturing processes result in air emissions or water discharges. Air emissions require
provincial air approvals. Discharges to sewers are regulated by the local
municipality, while discharges to surface water are regulated by the province.
Whether a provincial or municipal officer comes to call, it is important
for manufacturers to understand their compliance rights and obligations and how
to manage a regulator's visit to your facility.
Join us for a presentation via Zoom by Rosanna
DiLabio, Senior Client Manager with Pinchin Ltd. and Julie Abouchar, Partner
with Willms and Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP to bring you up to speed on these
requirements including recent changes. An interactive Q&A session
will follow the presentation.
Rosanna DiLabio is a Senior Client
Manager with the Emissions Reduction & Compliance Group at Pinchin Ltd. She
has over 25 years' experience in an industrial setting with strong focus on
environmental issues, is very knowledgeable about environmental laws and
compliance requirements and has been involved in inspections and investigations
in numerous jurisdictions in Canada.
She is licensed with the Professional Engineers Ontario, holds a M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering from
the University of Guelph and is a Certified Environmental Auditor with the
Canadian Environmental Certification Approval Board. Rosanna helps
clients manage their environmental compliance requirements. She works with
clients, focusing on stormwater and wastewater permitting and reporting,
acoustics, odour, ventilation, and air & noise permit compliance.
Julie Abouchar is a Partner at Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP and is a Certified Specialist in
Environmental Law and in Indigenous Legal Issues: Rights and Governance /
Corporate and Commercial by the Law Society of Ontario. She has special
expertise in water regulation including discharges, drinking water and source
water protection. She advises clients dealing with MECP or bylaw officer
investigations, environmental charges, and Director's Orders.
She advises companies and Directors and Officers about corporate and personal environmental
liability. Julie is co-author of Ontario Water Law, published by Canada
Law Book and is peer selected annually for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in
Canada© for Environmental Law, Aboriginal Law, and Energy Regulatory Law. She
is ranked "Repeatedly Recommended" by The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory for
Environmental Law and Aboriginal Law. In addition to her law degree from McGill
University, Julie has a B.Sc. in Earth Sciences from the University of Waterloo
and a Masters in Environmental Law from the University of London, U.K. Julie is
called to the Bar in Ontario, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
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