On-site Sewage Regulations

and Technical Guidelines

Wastewater Nova Scotia Society

Member lists and resources

Design and Installation of Culverts,

Bridges, Dams, Docks

Regulations and Guidelines for Work

In and Around Wetlands

Natural Resources Publications

Latest News from the Ministry of Natural Resources

March 12th
Climate change is affecting our oceans and we must adapt to ensure our coastlines are protected.
February 7th
The proposed new Northern Pulp effluent treatment plant project registered for environmental assessment today, Feb. 7.
February 6th
Nova Scotians will be able to recycle used oil and glycol and more electronics next year through expanded extended producer responsibility programs.
January 16th
Nova Scotia is allowing new solutions to reduce the amount of waste going into our landfills.
December 11th
The province will modernize the environmental assessment process for small oil refineries, while protecting the environment.
November 26th
Wentworth Valley Wilderness Area will help create year-round tourism and business opportunities for Nova Scotians while protecting forest and habitat for wildlife.
November 14th
New and amended regulations will support Nova Scotia’s cap-and-trade program, which will begin Jan. 1.
October 10th
The province has granted Lafarge Canada Inc. industrial approval to use tires as a low-carbon fuel at its Brookfield cement plant in Colchester County.
August 3rd
The Department of Environment has issued six new approvals for pesticide spraying covering about 1,351 hectares.
July 18th
Government has appointed a prosecutor to focus on the environment.

STE-MAC Engineering Ltd.,
14 Johnson Lane, P.O. Box 252
Whycocomagh, NS
B0E 3M0
(902) 756-2354