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Sustainable Development

Environmental Approvals

Hazardous Waste Program

Provincial Forms

Hazardous Waste Registration Form
Generators of hazardous waste must register with Manitoba Sustainable Development and report the types and quantities of hazardous wastes generated at each site. The Hazardous Waste Registration Form is used for the initial registration, and/or to provide an amendment to registration (for example, to report changes to the address, additional wastes).

Application for a Licence to Transport Hazardous Waste
Carriers of hazardous waste must possess a carrier licence issued by Manitoba Sustainable Development . This licence is issued to the company that is the transporter of the waste (each driver must have training in accordance with the federal Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations).

Waste Multiple Pickup Record  
A Waste Multiple Pickup Record Form is required when a carrier is transporting hazardous waste from more than one consignor and using the same Movement Document to record the hazardous waste received from all consignors. A carrier must use the approved Waste Multiple Pickup Record form (see link below) to record information.

Annual Hazardous Waste Receiver Reporting Form  - New
In accordance with subsections 26(1) and 26(2) of the Hazardous Waste Regulation M.R. 195/2015, a licensed hazardous waste disposal facility that receives hazardous waste from offsite must submit to the Director an annual report respecting the hazardous waste received by the facility each year and the manner in which the waste was treated or disposed.

The Annual Report is due to the Director, Environmental Approvals, Manitoba Sustainable Development by March 31 of each year following the year being reported. Please use the report table (see link below) to provide the information or create your own table using this format to submit the report. Return your completed Annual Report to the following address:

By Mail:                  
Hazardous Waste Program
Environmental Approvals Branch
Manitoba Sustainable Development
1007 Century Street
Winnipeg MB R3H 0W4

By Fax:             (204) 948-2338
By email:          raj.rathamano@gov.mb.ca

Application for a Licence to Receive Hazardous Waste
A facility that receives hazardous waste from offsite must be approved by Manitoba Sustainable Development in accordance with The Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Act. To apply for a licence for the construction and operation of a hazardous waste management facility (a collection facility for purposes of transfer, storage, treatment or disposal of hazardous waste), a Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Act Application Form must be completed. The completed application form and supporting information should be sent together with a covering letter to:

Director
Environmental Approvals Branch
Manitoba Sustainable Development
160-123 Main Street
Winnipeg MB  R3C 1A5

Fax: 204-945-5229

A cheque for the application fee of $250 (payable to the Minister of Finance) must accompany the application.

Application for a Licence to Operate a Used Oil Space Heater
Waste crankcase oil is classified as a hazardous waste and space heating used oil burners fall within the scope of The Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Act.

The completed application form and supporting information should be sent together with a covering letter (and a cheque payable to the Minister of Finance in the amount of $250) to:

Director
Environmental Approvals Branch
Manitoba Sustainable Development
160-123 Main Street
Winnipeg MB  R3C 1A5

PCB Storage Site Registration
The PCB Storage Site Registration Form [en français] must be completed and submitted to Manitoba Sustainable Development in order to register a PCB Storage Site in accordance with M.R. 474/88.

Application for Approval to Dispose of PCB Waste (en français) Section 14 of M.R. 474/88 states that no person shall dispose of PCB waste with out a prior written authorization from the director. Prior to shipping out PCB waste for disposal, the generator should submit the completed application to:

Director
Environmental Approvals Branch
Manitoba Sustainable Development
160-123 Main Street
Winnipeg MB  R3C 1A5