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Guidance document for Export of Substances on the Export Control List Regulations
- 1. The Export Control List
- 2. Overview of the regulatory obligations
- 3. Prior notice of export
- 4. Stockholm convention
- 5. Rotterdam convention
- 6. Minamata convention
- Tables 1 to 5
- Forms for exporters - Notice of export
- Forms for exporters - Export permit application
- Forms for exporters - Combined notice of export and export permit application
3. Prior notice of export
Prior notice of export is required for all exports of substances, or products containing one or more of the substances, listed on the Export Control List. This is a requirement set out in subsection 101(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 and the Regulations describe the manner in which to notify. Section 5 requires that prior notice of export be provided to the Minister 30 days before the proposed export.
The information to be provided for prior notice of export is detailed in Schedule 1 of the Regulations. Templates are available for exporters to provide this prior notice. Exporters are not obligated to use these templates. However, to facilitate review Environment Canada encourages their use.
- Export Notification Form
- For prior notification of export under section 5 when an export is not subject to a permit under sections 6 through 22 of the Regulations, or when an exporter is already the holder of a valid permit for the export being notified.
- Combined Export Notification and Export Permit Application
- For prior notification of export when an exporter requires an export permit under sections 7 through 22 of the Regulations.
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