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    This notice applied to owners of facilities that manufactured synthetic rubber using acrylonitrile which resulted in releases of acrylonitrile to the environment. This notice was in effect from May 24, 2003, to May 31, 2007, for facilities involved in the manufacture of synthetic rubber. It is now completed. For more information please refer to the Notice link provided below.

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    This notice applies to owners of facilities in the polyurethane and other foam sector that purchase, import or use 100 kg or more of toluene diisocyanates per year, and are involved in the activities specified in the notice. This notice has been in effect since November 26, 2011, for facilities within the polyurethane and other foam sector. Although the initial facilities subject have completed their obligations, this notice is still in effect. This means that new facilities could become subject if they meet the requirement(s) of the notice. For more information please refer to the Notice link provided below.

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    This notice applied to owners of facilities that manufactured or imported soap and cleaning products, or processing aids used in the textile wet processing, or pulp and paper processing aids. This notice was in effect from December 4, 2004 to December 31, 2010. It is now completed. For more information please refer to the Notice link provided below.

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    This notice applied to 5 facilities that used wood preservatives containing toxic substances as specified in the notice. This notice was in effect from October 22, 2005 to December 31, 2005. It is now completed. For more information please refer to the Notice link provided below.

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    Provides public access to archived sediment data (daily loads, daily concentration, instantaneous concentration) for stations of interest using search criteria. The sediment monitoring program discontinued in 1989. Archived sediment data are disseminated both online and offline via MS Access file.

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    This notice applied to manufacturers of vehicles that contained mercury switches and owners of steel mills that processed end-of-life vehicles or steel scrap from end-of-life vehicles. This notice has been in effect since December 29, 2007, for automobile and steel manufacturers. Although the initial facilities subject have completed their obligations this notice is still in effect. This means that new facilities could become subject if they meet the requirement(s) of the notice. For more information please refer to the Notice link provided below.

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    The daily mean is the average of all unit values for a given day.

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    This notice applies to owners of facilities that manufacture or use greater than 100 kg of bisphenol A per year (alone or in a mixture), release effluents containing bisphenol A, and are involved in the activities specified in the notice. This notice has been in effect since April 14, 2012, for facilities who manufacture or use BPA. Although the initial facilities subject have completed their obligations, this notice is still in effect. This means that new facilities could become subject if they meet the requirement(s) of the notice. For more information, please refer to the Notice link provided below.

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    Anomalous weather resulting in Temperature and Precipitation extremes occurs almost every day somewhere in Canada. For the purpose of identifying and tabulating daily extremes of record for temperature, precipitation and snowfall, the Meteorological Service of Canada has threaded or put together data from closely related stations to compile a long time series of data for about 750 locations in Canada to monitor for record-breaking weather. Virtual Climate stations correspond with the city pages of weather.gc.ca. This data provides the daily extremes of record for Temperature for each day of the year. Daily elements include: High Maximum, Low Maximum, High Minimum, Low Minimum.

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    A Virtual Climate station is the result of threading together climate data from proximate current and historical stations to construct a long term threaded data set. For the purpose of identifying and tabulating daily extremes of record for temperature, precipitation and snowfall, the Meteorological Service of Canada has threaded or put together data from closely related stations to compile a long time series of data for about 750 locations in Canada to monitor for record-breaking weather. The length of the time series of virtual stations is often greater than 100 years. A Virtual Climate station is always named for an “Area” rather than a point, e.g. Winnipeg Area, to indicate that the data are drawn from that area (within a 20km radius from the urban center) rather than a single precise location.