ONEIA presents position letter on organics to MOECC
ONEIA convened an Organics Diversion Working Group composed of
companies with a detailed knowledge and expertise of management
practices, recycling, diversion, composting, alternative technologies,
biofuels, anaerobic digestion (AD) and other areas in the supply chain.
The position paper is the product of several months of initial
discussions on their part. Read more...
ONEIA's Golf day: blue skies, policy and play
Royal Ontario Golf Club played host for the third time to ONEIA's "Go
Green on the Green" golf day on July 15. More than 120 attendees joined
us for a great day of golfing and networking on a bright sunny and cool
The sold-out event started with a morning program, graciously sponsored by RWDI
, during which
Heather Pearson, Director Air Policy Instruments and Program Design
Branch at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change presented an
update on the developments with regard to the new cap-and-trade system
roll out process. Read more and view pictures of the day...
Capacity crowd discusses opportunities, investment and policies at annual ONEIA business and policy forum
than 160 professionals from across the environment and cleantech field
gathered at the Doubletree Hilton in downtown Toronto on May 4, 2015 for
a day of panels, guest speakers, roundtables and networking. Read
For speaker presentations and some pictures of the day, please CLICK HEREEnvironment and cleantech companies rock Guelph curling bonspiel
On March 24, teams from more than a dozen companies came out to the Guelph edition of ONEIA’s popular “Break the Ice on the Ice” business and networking curling bonspiel. The Guelph Curling Club played host to more than 50 curlers who enjoyed an afternoon “learn to curl” clinic, followed by a three-game, six-end bonspiel. Read more...
For photos of the event please CLICK HERE
ONEIA shares concerns with City of Toronto on Brownfields
ONEIA’s active Brownfields Committee continued to work on behalf of our members in this key issue, meeting with representatives of the city of Toronto late in 2014 to share or concerns about changes to its policies regarding how “contaminated lands” are conveyed to the City.
The group followed up its meeting with a letter outlining our position, noting that while the new policy is making progress, more work needs to be done . To read a copy of the letter, click here.