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Part II: Canada's Draft National Action Plan on Unintentionally Produced Persistent Organic Pollutants
Appendix C: Examples of Information Sources and Factsheets on Unintentionally Produced POPs, their sources, and/or measures to reduce releases.
- Environment Canada, Management of Toxics Substances: Polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans
- Health Canada, It's Your Health: Dioxins and Furans
- Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, Canada-wide Standards for Dioxins and Furans
- Prince Edward Island, Info PEI - Dangers of Burning Plastic
- Ministère de l'Environnement du Québec, Autres sujets d'intérêt, Les BPC, DDT, dioxines, furannes et autres organochlorés
- Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Green Facts: Dioxins and Furans
- Saskatchewan Environment, Environmental Protection Bulletin: Copper Wire Recycling (PDF format, 260KB)
- Manitoba Conservation, Environment Publications 1998, Implications of Open Burning of Garbage at Waste Disposal Grounds
- Alberta Environment, Consultant's Report: Background Document on Recycling Waste from Computers (PDF Format, 90KB)
- British Columbia Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection: Backyard Burning
- Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Environment and Conservation, Recycling and Reuse Guide (April 2002, PDF Format, 1.15MB)
- Northwest Territories Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development: Environmental Protection Service, Municipal Solid Wastes Suitable for Open Burning (PDF Format, 7KB)
- Natural Resources Canada, Burn it Smart!
- Canadian Centre for Pollution Prevention, Great Lakes Trash and Open Burning Website
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