Pesticide Regulation in British Columbia

Pesticide Regulation in British Columbia

Microform - 1988
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The Environmental Appeal Board in British Columbia has, among other duties, responsibility for hearing appeals against the issuance of permits under the Pesticide Control Act for pesticide use on publicly owned land. The major regulated users of pesticides are the Ministry of Forests and Lands, forestry companies, railways, public utilities, municipalities and regional districts. The Ombudsman's Office has received many complaints from interested members of the public concerning the lack of opportunity to participate effectively in the decision-making process for determining the safe use of such substances. This systems study makes recommendations for the timely and meaningful participation by all interested parties in such decisions.
Publisher: Victoria : Ombudsman of British Columbia, 1988
Description: 72 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 88-03231
Additional Contributors: British Columbia

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