EcoVac Solutions Ltd.

ERO number
Notice type
Environmental Protection Act, R.S.O. 1990
Posted by
Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks
Bulletin posted
Last updated

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Bulletin summary

This decision is for a new Environmental Compliance Approval for industrial sewage treatment and stormwater management works servicing EcoVac Solutions Ltd., located at 60A Baywood Road in the City of Toronto, Ontario.

Why consultation isn't required

On April 1, 2020, the Ontario Government made a temporary regulation to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. Ontario Regulation 115/20 exempted all proposals for policies, acts, regulation and instruments from posting requirements under the EBR.

Ontario Regulation 115/20 was revoked on June 15, 2020, however, we are posting this decision as a bulletin because the proposal was posted on April 23, 2020 while the Ontario Regulation 115/20 was in effect.

Although consultation was not required, the ministry did consult with the public on this proposal by posting ERO# 019-1689 for pubic comment from April 23, 2020 - June 7, 2020. To ensure transparency, the ministry is providing details of its decision and the effects of consultation on decision-making in this notice.

Bulletin details


EcoVac Solutions Ltd.
4001 Chesswood Drive
North York, ON
M3J 2R8

Location details

60A Baywood Road
Toronto, ON
M9V 3Z3

Instrument details

EcoVac Solutions Ltd. requested to withdraw their application for an Environmental Compliance Approval (sewage). The application is considered withdrawn and no approval was issued. The ministry closed the file on August 25, 2021,

Comments received

No comments were received.

Effects of consultation

Since we did not receive any comments during the commenting period, there is no impact of comment on the approval.

Third parties are not able to apply for leave to appeal in respect of proposals which were posted while Ontario Regulation 115/20 was in effect between April 1, 2020 and June 14, 2020. Ontario Regulation 115/20 exempted all proposals for instruments from posting requirements under the EBR. Leave to appeal may only be sought in respect of instruments that are required to be posted to the ERO.

Appeals information

Appeals are not allowed. This instrument type cannot be appealed.

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Client Services and Permissions Branch

135 St. Clair Avenue West
Floor 1
Toronto, ON
M4V 1P5

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