This Act aims to protect the quality of water for a number of purposes, including drinking and recreation.
The Environment Act is Nova Scotia's primary piece of environmental legislation, and it establishes mechanisms for the governance of many environmental matters that are under provincial government control.
These Regulations identify the requirements for membership in and duties of On-site Services Advisory Boards under Nova Scotia's Environment Act in relation to the construction or installation of wells or on-site sewage disposal systems.
These Regulations govern the installation and use of on-site sewage disposal systems in Nova Scotia.
These Regulations provide for facility classification, operator certification, and facility operation with respect to water and wastewater facilities. They also provide for the monitoring of public drinking water supplies.
These Regulations, created under Nova Scotia's Environment Act, identify the required qualifications for drillers of wells and installers of pumps, and they also deal with applications for qualification, locations of wells, construction materials, an ...