Application Forms and Supporting Documents
These forms are being offered as an online service and are available in Portable Document Format (PDF) only. Once you have accessed the form, you must print the form and fill in the fields by hand for submission by mail to the closest regional office.
For the PDF version, you must have a PDF reader on your computer. If you do not, see our Help on accessing documents in PDF format page.
If you have problems accessing this form, please contact one of our Disposal at Sea advisor in one of our regional offices.
A downloadable application form (PDF; 66 Kb) is available which can be completed using compatible word-processing software, printed out, and submitted with supporting documents to your nearest Program Office.
If you prefer a Microsoft Word version of the application form, please contact us by email.
Notice of Intent
The application must contain proof that a notice of the application was published in a newspaper of general circulation in the vicinity of the proposed loading and disposal activities to satisfy Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999). Click here for a Sample Notice of Intent (PDF; 18 Kb).
Minimum Sample Collection Requirements
When applying for a permit, the proponent is asked to submit an estimate of the total volume (in cubic metres) of the material that will be dredged for the purposes of disposal at sea. These volume estimates will be used in determining the total number of samples that will be required within each dredging unit, in preparing the Disposal at Sea permit, and for calculating monitoring fees.
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