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The Projects and Reports section of SOiiL is intended to identify and describe unique construction projects that have involved new and innovative approaches to handling
and managing soil. SOiiL users are encouraged to provide summaries or technical related reports that capture information that can be shared at future soil handling projects.
- November 22, 2018
Presentation to Municipal Engineers Association of Ontario - Thunder Bay Ontario
- December 01, 2017
Excess Soils Engagement Group and Market Group Meeting Presentation.
- April 26, 2017
2017 UPDATE: QUANTIFICATION of Excess Construction Soils in Ontario
- November 28, 2016
Excess Soil Management: Ontario is Wasting a Precious Resource
- March 24, 2016
RCCAO / SOiiL Response to the Proposed Excess Soil Management Policy Framework
- March 20, 2013
Survey of Municipal Soil By-laws
Appendix 2 of the report with links to municipal by-laws
- CL:AIRE Conference - 26th September 2013
At the recent 2013 CL:AIRE Annual Conference a number of reports and presentations were made outlining new developments related to the implementation of soil handling
Best Management Practices under CL:AIRE's Definition of Waste Code of Practice.
Here are some of the pertinent presentations and reports made by these major United Kingdom engineering and consulting firms
- November 01, 2012
Best Management Practices for Handling Excess Construction Soils in Ontario - Version 1
- Appendix 4 'Qualified Person Declaration'
- Appendix 5 'Materials Management Plan'
- October 09, 2012
QUANTIFICATION of Excess Construction Soils in Ontario
- July 12, 2012
Eglinton LRT Project:
Estimated Costs and Impacts of Addressing Excess Construction Soils
- May 30, 2012
Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario Comments and Recommendations on
Draft Ontario Ministry of the Environment "SOIL MANAGEMENT - A GUIDE FOR BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES"
RCCAO response to MOE's draft BMP on Soil Management Practices
- June 21, 2010 - April 21st letter revised as MOE provided clarification on the new limits.
Opinion Letter: RCCAO commissions opinion of the impacts of MOE Regulation 511/09 on the management of surplus soils and fill on construction sites.