Don’t take our word for it …
|Is the Extox recovery process sound?|
|Following rigorous scrutiny of the exclusive Extox recovery process, the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy was convinced enough to issue one of the few delisting permits ever granted under Regulation 558/00 – the stringent new body of law that requires waste handlers to take full responsibility for all materials they receive. Under this regulation, waste handlers must ship out the same quantity of hazardous material they receive – unless the handler renders that material benign.
By granting this rare delisting permit to Extox the Ontario government acknowledges that our process is sound and that, by recovering chemicals from filters for re-use, the Extox process effectively removes this potentially hazardous contaminant from the waste stream. As a result, our customers have an unprecedented opportunity to benefit from advances in waste recovery technology.
A complete copy of the delisting permit is available upon request from Extox. The Ministry of Environment and Energy (MOEE) maintains an Environmental Registry that reflects Certificate of Approval amendments.
|EBR Registry||Number||Ministry Reference Number||Title or Proponent||Type Published Date|
|IA06E0822||84246-6QGRG3||Extox Industries Inc.||Instrument Decision||January 04, 2007|
|IA05E0265||7349-69VRKJ||Extox Industries Inc.||Instrument Decision||March 09 2006|
|IA01E1381||1444-522PTQ||Extox Industries Inc.||Instrument Decision||May 28,2002|
|IA01E0241||6466-4U4KQQ||Extox Industries Inc.||Instrument Decision||August 01,2001|
|IA8E0593||A680065||Extox Industries Inc.||Instrument Decision||January 28, 1999|