This bylaw governs municipal waste collection and disposal in Saint John. It indicates that the City is not responsible for the collection of batteries, infectious waste, chemical or petrochemical waste, herbicides, pesticides, solvents, radioactive materials, or any dangerous waste (as identified under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act S.N.B. 1988).
This bylaw restricts the release of materials such as fuel, phenolic compounds, flammable materials, wastes containing radioactive material, reactive substances, cyanide or sulphide-based wastes and other compounds that may explode in the wastewater of the sewage system.
This statute prohibits the sale of restricted beverages to a person under the age of nineteen. Restricted beverage means a beverage obtained by the alcoholic fermentation of an infusion or decoction of barley malt and hops or of any similar products in drinkable water and containing 0.5 per cent or less of proof spirits.
This Act allows the Minister of Healthy and Inclusive Communities, in accordance with the regulations, to provide financial assistance to an amateur sport body or a recreation body to aid and encourage the establishment or development of amateur sport and recreation in the Province.
This Act states that conservation easement shall be granted for the conservation or protection of soil, air, land or water or for the protection or use of land for outdoor recreation.
This Act gives to the Minister the responsibility to legislate on the transportation of miscellaneous products, substances or organisms considered to be dangerous to life, health, property or the environment when transported in a vehicle on a highway.
This Act governs the sale sale, supply, and use of pesticides in New Brunswick.
This policy provides safety standards for curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular physical activities. The Department of Education promotes and supports the participation of students in a variety of physical activities and believes that a positive introduction to a diversity of physical activities will increase the likelihood of New Brunswickers adopting active lifestyles in youth and for life.
This Act established the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission to administer this Act, the Workers’ Compensation Act, the Firefighters’ Compensation Act, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and regulations thereunder. It is also the responsibility of the Commission to develop and conduct educational programs designed to promote an awareness of occupational health and safety.
This bylaw does not allow for the following substances to be discharged into any sanitary sewer, in whole or in concentrations indicated in the bylaw: gasoline, benzene, naphtha, pesticides, herbicides, radioactive materials, PCBs, chromium, nickel, lead, and cadmium.
This regulation created New Brunswick Recycling to manage waste tires. Paint and paint containers have been added as designated materials.
This bylaw regulates waste collection and disposal in the city of Moncton. Schedule D of this bylaw outlines that household hazardous waste (HHW) products are classified as non-disposable waste and must be disposed of at a specialized hazardous waste site. Schedule C also includes a list of HHW products, some of which are or contain known carcinogens.
This bylaw prohibits the construction of subdivisions that involve more than 10 lots unless the Developer commits to ensuring that: (1) it will have no adverse effect on local water supply; (2) the soil is suitable for on-site sewage and disposal systems; and, (3) it will be capable of handling the expected traffic of the subdivision.
This bylaw prohibits the discharge of the following substances into any drain or sewer connection: gasoline, benzene, naphtha, fuel oil, acetone, solvents, and other hazardous substances.
This regulation establishes maximum allowable concentration of substances (arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, zinc, PCBs) in used oil.
This regulation designates watersheds, or portions of watersheds, that are used as sources of water for public water supply systems as protected areas.
This law states that the Minister shall determine the physical plant standards for a safe and healthy school facility. It allows the Minister to enter into agreements to constructor operate school property for educational, cultural and recreational use by the community.
This regulation contains bans concerning ozone depleting substances and other halocarbons. It specifies that no person shall make, manufacture, offer for sale, sell, lease, supply or use a product containing an ozone depleting substance that acts as a propellant.
This regulation establishes the regulatory framework to protect air quality. It includes specific air quality objectives, and expands public participation in review of approvals for major sources of air emissions.
The purpose of this Act and the regulations is to support and promote the protection, restoration, enhancement, and wise use of the environment in keeping with the following principle: controlling the release of contaminants and ameliorating their impacts is essential to the maintenance of ecosystem integrity, the protection of human health, and the general well-being of society.
The regulation outlines required medical examinations including pulmonary function tests and chest x-rays. Part IV is dedicated to mine air quality regulations - which also deals with testing for ionizing radiation and the actions an employer must take when measured radon or thoron levels are excessive.
This regulation states that no brewer and no clerk, employee or agent of a brewer shall give beer gratuitously or as a benefit except as provided by this regulation.
This repealed Act prohibits the sale of restricted beverages to a person under the age of nineteen. Restricted beverages are obtained by the alcoholic fermentation of an infusion or decoction of barley malt and hops or of any similar products in drinkable water and containing 0.5 per cent or less of proof spirits.
This regulation focuses on safe operation of x-ray equipment.
This Act gives the Minister authority to require anyone discharging contaminants to waterways to get approval.
This Act states that the Minister of Culture, Tourism and Healthy Living may, in accordance with the regulations, provide financial assistance to an amateur sport body or a recreation body so as to aid and encourage the establishment or development of amateur sport and recreation in the Province.
This Act requires the establishment of joint health and safety committees or appointment of health and safety representatives. It establishes the powers of occupational health and safety officers.
This statute establishes the New Brunswick Liquor Corporation. The main purposes of the Corporation are to carry on the general business of manufacturing, buying, importing and selling liquor of every kind and description and to promote the responsible consumption of liquor.
This Act ensured pesticides were used and disposed of in appropriate way.
This Act gives the Minister authority to designate a contaminant and require anyone discharging contaminants to get approval.