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Canada – British Columbia Agreement Establishing the Facilitation of the Disposal of Specified Risk Materials (SRM) Program.

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1 Canada – British Columbia Agreement Establishing the Facilitation of the Disposal of Specified Risk Materials (SRM) Program

2 Canada – British Columbia Specified Risk Material (SRM) Management Program

3 1.Subprogram A 2.Subprogram B 3.Subprogram C 4.Subprogram D 5.Subprogram E 6.Subprogram F

4 Subprogram A: On-Site Slaughter Plant SRM Separation and Storage in existence prior to December 11, 2004 provisions for underserved areas (greater than 200 km from existing plant) funding benchmarked to 2004 volumes deadline: June 15, 2007

5 Subprogram B: On-Site Slaughter Plant SRM Destruction or Containment in existence prior to July 12, 2007 funding benchmarked to 2006 volumes deadline: June 29, 2007

6 Subprogram F: On-Site Slaughter Plant SRM Separation, Storage, Destruction or Containment primarily for new plants licensed by BCCDC by January 30, 2009 deadline: January 30, 2009

7 Subprograms A and B Funding 100% of first $100,000 75% of next $200,000 50% of final $200,000 Maximum funding: $350,000 (used alone or in combination for Subprograms A and B)

8 Subprogram F Funding 1. Existing plants funded under A or B : 75% for first $300,000 of further eligible costs not funded under A or B Maximum funding: $350,000 (used alone or in combination for Subprograms A, B and F) 2. Existing plants not funded under A or B and new plants in underserved areas: 75% of first $300,000 to maximum of $225, New plants not in underserved areas: 50% of first $200,000 to a maximum of $100,000

9 Subprogram C: Community/Regional SRM Destruction or Containment for development of infrastructure for regional solutions throughout province funding to be determined on case by case basis

10 Subprogram D: Bovine Dead Stock SRM Storage, Destruction or Containment intended for existing dead stock collectors (Carson’s Stock Farm, Dargatz Mink Ranch, Greenwave Farms) funding to be determined on case by case basis closely linked to Subprogram C

11 1.Metro Vancouver/Fraser Valley 2.Vancouver Island 3.Thompson- Nicola/Columbia- Shuswap/North Okanagan 4.Kootenay Boundary/Central Kootenay 5.Central Okanagan/Okanagan- Similkameen 6.Fraser/Fort George

12 Subprogram E: Environmental Assessments Required for Projects EA review required by CEAA funding trigger funding: 100% to maximum of $30,000

13 CEAA Consistency Environmental Assessment Survey Inclusion List Questions Exclusion List Questions Small-Scale Infrastructure Applicability

14 Subprogram C and D Overarching Objectives existing SRM generators with economically feasible solution for SRM and non-SRM solution addresses SRM generated from: - slaughter establishments - cut and wrap facilities - dead stock collectors - farmers and ranchers

15 Subprogram C and D Overarching Objectives and Guiding Principles costs for implementation are as low as possible solutions are economically and environmentally sustainable in the medium to long term (10 years) capacity to handle major mass carcass disposal events available to new entrants to enable industry expansion

16 Subprogram C and D Overarching Objectives and Guiding Principles compliance with CFIA and MOE acts, regulations and guidelines projects to be based on sound science and technologies to be at commercial implementation stage

17 Subprogram C and D Overarching Objectives and Guiding Principles projects to result in net positive benefit to existing businesses affected by rising disposal costs demonstration of support by majority of affected SRM generators projects must result in acceptable methods of SRM disposal, whether by destruction or containment

18 Subprogram C and D Overarching Objectives and Guiding Principles province-wide solutions better than regional better than individual/piecemeal most comprehensive in dealing with both SRM and non-SRM

19 Subprogram C and D Overarching Objectives and Guiding Principles ability to deliver end results in most cost- effective manner resulting in province, public or SRM generators having some measure of control over facility operations best prospects for industry expansion highest support from industry and local government

20 Subprogram A and B Summaries 19 ‘A’ applications 5 ‘B’ applications 17 of 24 approved by MAL SRM Program Adjudication Committee 11 of 24 Agreements accepted and signed $1,405,277 committed

21 BC Ruminant Waste Transfer Station West Coast Reduction Ltd. East Abbotsford Contract Term: 3 years Expiration: February 2008 Throughput: 1550 tons/month Source: Fraser Valley wastes Destination: Calgary plant

22 Disposal Options Landfilling Rendering Composting Incineration/Gasification

23 Community Solution Challenges identifying and choosing appropriate regional solutions and technologies weighing on-site solutions vis-à-vis community solutions support from local governments and industry meeting time lines incorporating other waste streams (mass mortality, solid manure, municipal wastes) limited funding


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