Clean Air Regulations
Set out the requirements for applications for permits to construct, alter or operate industrial sources, incinerators or fuel burning equipment, provide for reporting of accidental discharges, prohibit concentrations of air contaminants in excess of permitted quantities or which exceed the limits outlined in an appendix to the regulations. Other features include the prohibition of burning trash, garbage, industrial waste or any other material or waste.
Halocarbon Control Regulations
Control the use of halocarbons that have ozone depleting and global warming potential. They prohibit the manufacture, use or sale of any product containing a halocarbon used for air conditioning, refrigerant, fire extinguishing or that acts as a propellant or sterilant. They require a person to be certified in the proper recovery, recycling and handling of halocarbons.
Mineral Industry Environmental Protection Regulations
Regulate the mining and milling industry in Saskatchewan such as uranium, potash, sodium sulphate, coal, diamonds, gold and base metals, and silica. They provide for the permitting and operation of "pollutant control facilities" at mine sites. They require approval of a decommissioning and reclamation plan and the furnishing of security to assure the performance of the plan as pre-conditions to the construction, alteration or extension of a mining site.
Potash Refining Air Emission Regulations
Require potash refineries to keep discharge particulate matter below a specified level and to conduct regular testing to ensure that it stays at or below that level. Discharges in excess of the specified level, or accidental discharges, require submission of a report detailing how emissions will be reduced.