The 2019 reporting deadline is fast approaching for the submission of the Schedule 9 and 10 reports for part 2 of Canada’s Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations (MSAPR). If you have yet to submit those reports, you still have time to get them in by July 1, 2020. If you have not had the chance yet to talk to a member of the Detechtion team regarding MSAPR and Detechtion's solution built into the Enalysis software, reach out and we will be happy to assist you. Otherwise, below is a helpful reminder on the types of details you should be aware of for the corresponding reports.
Performing emission tests and reporting those results to SWIM is a major part of achieving compliance with MSAPR, and with the help of some explanatory material from Environment Canada and Enalysis®, we have the tools to help! Environment and Climate Change Canada hosted a session in Calgary, Alberta on November 19 and 20, 2019 to provide an overview of the MSAPR regulations and answer questions from industry. Questions ranged from allowable testing procedures, compliance approaches between subset and subgroup, penalties for non-compliance all the way to questions surrounding detailed timelines for testing.