Class environmental assessment for remedial flood and erosion control projects

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Published by The Association in Peterborough, Ont .

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Subjects:

  • Environmental impact analysis -- Ontario.,
  • Flood control -- Ontario -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Soil conservation -- Ontario -- Environmental aspects.

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StatementThe Association of Conservation Authorities of Ontario.
ContributionsAssociation of Conservation Authorities of Ontario.
The Physical Object
Pagination65 p.
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15259927M

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The purpose of this Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) document is to fulfill the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act (EAA) to specify a planning and design process which ensures that environmental effect s are considered when undertaking remedial flood and erosion control Size: 1MB.

The Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA) establishes a planning and approval process for a variety of remedial flood and erosion control projects.

Ashbridges Bay Erosion and Sediment Control Project. Project Brief. Overview. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, in partnership with the City of Toronto, intends to carry out remedial erosion control works. Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA).

This Class EA covers the planning, operation, maintenance and retirement of a variety of proposed remedial flood and erosion control projects. These projects are carried out by the proponent Conservation Authorities, which are located across Ontario.

The Ministry of the Environment has prepared a Review of the Class EA for public and government comment. However, the Review of the Class EA. The Conservation Authority Class EA. The Conservation Ontario Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects was used to conduct this study.

This process is for projects undertaken by a Conservation Authority that will protect human life and property in previously developed areas from an impending flood. Amberlea Creek Erosion Control Project Class Environmental Assessment.

The Stormwater Management (SWM) Master Plan proposed an approach for dealing with key priority projects and. The primary objective of this Class EA is to develop a flood protection solution that will reduce current flood risks in the project area for frequent flood events.

This study is being conducted in accordance with the Conservation Authority Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA.

The primary objective of this Class EA is to develop a flood protection solution that will reduce current flood risks in the project area for frequent flood events. Alcona Wetland Project Area This study is being conducted in accordance with the Conservation Authority Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control.

The Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA) provides a consistent, streamlined, easily understood process for planning and implementing flood and erosion control projects.

The Class EA approach was considered a suitable means for the planning of remedial flood and erosion control projects because it provided a consistent, streamlined process that ensured compliance with Environmental Assessment Act (EAA) requirements.

The planning phase of this project was carried out under the Class EA process. Description: CO's Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) document fulfills the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act (EAA).

It sets out procedures and environmental planning principles to be followed to plan, design, evaluate, implement, and monitor remedial flood and erosion control projects. (Code of Practice). This Class EA establishes a planning and approval process for a variety of remedial flood and erosion control projects that are carried out by 36 Conservation Authorities across Ontario.

The Notice of Proposed Amendments is being placed on the public record file, and posted on the Environmental Assessment. The project meets the requirements of Section 5(3) of the Environmental Assessment Act by following the planning, consultation and design process of Conservation Ontario's Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects.

Authority Class EA for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Conservation Ontario, ) and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. Flooding along the Lower Don River has a File Size: 1MB. implemented in accordance to the Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA) was compiled through a survey of proponent Conservation Authorities.

General Requirements 2. This Class EA replaces the Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects. approved pursuant to Order-in-Council no. /93, and ex1ended by Order-in-Council no. /98 and Order-in-Council no.

/00 under the Environmental Assessment. accordance with the Conservation Authority Class EA for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Conservation Ontario, ) and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.

Study. Ontario Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA), as previously approved by O.C. /93; and Having been advised by the Proponent that additional time will be required to prepare and submit a new environmental assessment.

Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA) was approved by the Ministry – of Environment and Climate Change in The Environmental Study Report (ESR) identified. (b) was amended on Septem by approval of the Director of the Environmental Assessment and Approvals Branch of the Ministry of the Environment and was renamed “Class Environmental Assessment Process for the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure for Realty Activities Other Than Electricity Projects.

Recognizing that common elements exist in addressing flood and erosion problems, a coordinated approach to environmental assessment was developed by Conservation Ontario for all conservation.

The study has been conducted in accordance with Conservation Ontario’s procedures as outlined in the Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (.

Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects () • The Class EA for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects establishes a planning and approval process for a variety of projects that may be carried out by Conservation Authorities in Ontario † The Class.

The Conservation Ontario Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects is being used to conduct this study. In previously developed areas, Conservation Authorities.

the Humber Station Road Project, located in the Town of Caledon. The study was conducted in accordance with the “Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects” under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. As required, the study was documented in an Environmental.

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20/03/ 2 • Remedial flood and erosion control projects. the Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (), approved for projects of this type.

Interested persons are invited to review this addendum document. regardingtheextension of erosion control alongthebase of the Scarborough Bluffs behind 81and 83FishleighDrive.

TRCA invites you to par] cipate in thisstudy,which is subjectto approval through the Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is undertaking a Conservation Ontario Class Environment Assessment (EA) for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects for the study of rehabilitation options for two (2) existing flood control dykes referred to as the Pickering and Ajax dykes.

The dykes were constructed in the s to provide flood. Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Conservation Ontario, ). The CO’s Class EA is an ‘approved’ Class EA under the Environmental Assessment Act (EAA), which allows Conservation Authorities (CAs) to undertake remedial flood File Size: 2MB.

Royal Rouge Trail in the City of Toronto. The Project Plan has been prepared in accordance with the Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (), approved for projects of this type. As described in the Project. (1) The definition of “fish and wildlife habitat management” in section 1 of Regulation of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, is amended by adding “, as it may be amended from time to time” after “the class environmental assessment for remedial flood and erosion control projects.

The primary objective of this Class EA is to develop a flood protection solution that will reduce current flood risks in the project area.

This study is being conducted in accordance with the Conservation. The Class EA report will be available starting on for a 30 calendar-day public review period.

This study was conducted in accordance with the Environmental Assessment Act and Conservation Ontario’s Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects.

Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class EA) to the Ministry of the Environment (MOE). The proposed amendments to the Class EA include updating the Class EA in accordance with the requirements of the MOE’s Code of Practice for Preparing, Reviewing and Using Class Environmental Assessments.

The project includes an earthen dam, 37 feet high and feet long for erosion control and flood control purposes. The major benefits include protecting K Highway from flooding and preventing erosion. As erosion control measures were not implemented within five years of the approval of the Conservation Ontario Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects (Class.

process establish a preferred solution for the required remedial flood control works. The project is being planned in accordance with the Conservation Ontario Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects. To provide information to all interested parties and answer questions about the project.

typically mitigate erosion and flood risk. This guidance focuses on FSR projects implemented using green infrastructure methods as much as possible to address drought mitigation and climate change resilience, in addition to reducing flood risk.

FSR projects File Size: KB. Erosion Control Handbook () that may be used in conjunction with this manual. It offers very useful information for planning erosion and sediment control measures on a construction project, and working with Mn/DOT and governing agencies. The Handbook is available from the Mn/DOT Office of Environmental File Size: 2MB.

Environmental Impact Assessment: Theory and Practice describes the various pieces of knowledge necessary to speak the language of EIA and carry out EIAs focusing on a variety of environmental issues, including impacts on environmental .number of measures to control or eliminate such hazards.

Unfortunately, while many of these techniques solve the immediate problem, they are not always the safest or most environmentally conscious choice for the long-term.

Riprap, or hard armoring, is the traditional response to controlling and minimizing erosion .Flood-Runoff Analysis: 8/31/ EM CECW-EH-D: Channel Stability Assessment for Flood Control Projects: 10/31/ EM CECW-EH-Y: Hydrologic Engineering Requirements for Flood .

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