This bylaw prohibits the discharge of the following substances (among others) into a sanitary or combined sewer: PCBs, pesticides, radioactive waste, severely toxic waste, and hazardous waste chemicals. It provides limits for the discharge of the following substances: arsenic, cadmium, cobalt, chloroform, benzene, ethylbenzene, tetrachloroethylene, trichloroethylene, styrene, nickel, and lead.
This bylaw regulates garbage collection in the Region of Peel. It prohibits residents of setting out non-complying and hazardous waste for collection. Non-complying waste includes waste generated from construction, demolition, or renovation (i.e. asbestos and formaldehyde). Hazardous waste includes pesticides, batteries, and other toxic waste.
This bylaw, which regulates garbage and waste collection, repeals three other bylaws respecting waste collection to consolidate all amendments. It prohibits the collection of non-complying waste (e.g., asbestos and formaldehyde) and hazardous waste (e.g., pesticides, PCB waste, radioactive waste, and other toxic chemicals).
This bylaw regulates the collection of garbage. It does not allow the collection of hazardous waste (e.g., radioactive waste, PCB waste, or batteries) and non-complying waste.
This bylaw amends bylaw 90-90 - A bylaw to regulate the discharge of matter into the sanitary and storm sewage systems. It doubles the fines for individuals and corporations who contravene bylaw 90-90 by discharging prohibited substances into sewers.
This bylaw regulated what substances could be discharged into sanitary and storm sewers. Substances limited by this bylaw include: arsenic, cadmium, cobalt, gasoline, lead, nickel, PCBs, pesticides, and radioactive materials.
This bylaw provides for the management, control regulations, maintenance and usage of all park-lands and water areas for recreation purposes.
This bylaw controls the discharge of sewage into the storm sewer system. It prohibits the discharge of trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, and radioactive material. The bylaw places limits on how much of the following substances can be discharged: cadmium, and nickel.