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Government’s priority is protecting the health and safety of Islanders and limiting the spread of COVID-19 by social distancing. A modified sampling schedule is in place for all wastewater owners / operators using PEI Analytical Laboratories. This will limit contact between individuals, both in the...
The health and safety of Islanders is the greatest priority. Drinking water utilities continue to operate and sample drinking water supplies in compliance with regulations to provide safe drinking water to Islanders. Drinking water and wastewater operations are not at risk from COVID-19. The virus...
What is a Coastal Erosion and Flood Risk Assessment (CEFRA)?, A Coastal Erosion and Flood Risk Assessment is an evaluation of the erosion potential for a given coastal property which is based on the historic rate of erosion. A CEFRA will also identify the potential for flooding on a coastal...
Anoxic events are a common occurrence in Island estuaries during the summer months. The symp toms of an anoxic event include: milky white or green discolouration of the water, H 2 S or 'rotten turnip' odour, and low (near zero) dissolved oxygen readings. A list...
This graphic shows what kind of activities produce one tonne of CO 2 .
Contractor Licensing Program - Licensed Contractors List
As of July 1, 2019, shoppers and businesses of Prince Edward Island are encouraged to use reusable bags when shopping. The, Plastic Bag Reduction Act, came into effect July 1, 2019., The intent of the law is to reduce waste and environmental damage resulting from single-use checkout bags and to...