This page contains specific compliance and enforcement information related to the Clean Air Act and its Regulations.
These are a result of legal proceedings at which a company or individual was found guilty of an offence and was sentenced accordingly.
|Company or Individual||Date of Offence
|Location of Offence Description of the Offence||Description of the Offence||Date of Conviction
|Pecheries FN Fisheries Ltd.||01/01/05||Shippagan||Release of contaminant (odours) which resulted in the substantial loss of the normal enjoyment of the use of property. Section 6 (2) (c) Clean Air Act.||29/11/06||$10,000 fine|
|Fraser Papers Inc. (Canada)||13/08/03||Edmundston||Release of contaminant which caused damage to property. Section 6(2)(a) Clean Air Act||20/03/06||$8,000 fine|
|J. D. Irving Ltd.||07/09/04||Doaktown||Failed to comply with a term or condition of Approval, Section 32(1)(b) Clean Air Act||16/05/05||$1,000 fine|
|Gallant Enterprises Ltd.||24/09/04||Edmundston||Failed to comply with a term or condition of Approval, Section 32(1)(b) Clean Air Act||07/04/05||$1,200 fine|
|Tri Gil Paving & Construction Ltd.||06/11/02||Moncton||Failed to comply with a term or condition of Minister (provide financial security) Section 32(1)(b) Clean Air Act||23/10/03||$1,000.00 fine|
|Aurele Mallais & Fils Limitée||21/09/00||St. Isidore||Failed to comply with Ministerial Order (release of dust). Section 32(1) (b) Air Quality Regulation.||27/02/01||$1200.00 fine|
|Fraser Papers Inc. (Canada)||17/11/99||Edmundston||Release of a contaminant (cooked pulp fiber) Section 6 (2)(a) Clean Air Act||22/01/01||$1200.00 fine|