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Recent Releases from CIELAP

Waste Bytes! Diverting Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment in Ontario

Published Thu, 24 Jan 2008 08:58:49 EST Read More

Waste Bytes! Diverting Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment in Ontario New report pushes for maximum diversion of Ontario’s electronic waste (Toronto, Ontario, January 23, 2008) Today, the Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy (CIELAP) released Waste Bytes! Diverting Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment in Ontario (www.cielap.org). While commending the Ontario government for launching the Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) process to di...... Click here to read this release



Why are we not protected from the pollution from everyday consumer products?

Published Tue, 10 Jul 2007 10:18:46 EST Read More

To the Editor: Here is a 468 word op-ed submitted for your consideration. If you require more information or a headshot of Anne Mitchell, CIELAP's Executive Director, please contact Carolyn Webb at 416-923-3529 ext 26., cielap@cielap.org. Why are we not protected from the pollution from everyday consumer products? Cosmetics, tile cleaners, insect repellants, shampoos, laundry detergents and prescription drugs are just some of the everyday products containing harmful endocrine-disru...... Click here to read this release



Nanotechnology a potential boon for Canada

Published Mon, 18 Jun 2007 17:51:29 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release Attention Business/Technology/Policy/Science Reporters and Editors: Nanotechnology research, development and use can be enhanced through regulation and policy which protects human health and our environment, says CIELAP (Toronto, June 18, 2007) The Canadian Institute of Environmental Law and Policy (CIELAP) has just released an important new document discussing a policy framework for nanotechnology in Canada. Nanotechnology is the ability to me...... Click here to read this release



Interview Opportunity on incineration in Ontario

Published Thu, 5 Apr 2007 09:38:06 EST Read More

Interview Opportunity Maureen Carter-Whitney, Research Director, CIELAP The author of Ontario's Waste Management Challenge-Is Incineration an Option? Ms. Carter-Whitney is available to talk about incineration in Ontario. She is the author of a new report which provides background and context for the current incineration debate. Specifically, Ms. Carter-Whitney can talk on the following points: * The advantages and disadvantages of incineration technologies * The place of...... Click here to read this release



New report cautions against garbage incineration in Ontario

Published Mon, 26 Mar 2007 08:06:19 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release (Toronto, March 26, 2007) With renewed calls for garbage incineration in communities such as Hamilton, Durham Region (Clarington) and Ottawa, Ontario needs a comprehensive waste management strategy, according to a new report released today by the Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy (CIELAP). Titled Ontario's Waste Management Challenge - Is Incineration an Option? the report emphasizes waste reduction and diversion, while calling on th...... Click here to read this release