Toxics Reduction Act
Meeting Ontario’s T.R.A. Reporting Requirements
In 2009, the Government of Ontario passed legislation known as the Toxics Reduction Act, 2009. The purpose of this legislation was “to prevent pollution and protect human health and the environment by reducing the use and creation of toxic substances.”(Section 1(a) of the Toxics Reduction Act, 2009).
Suncor Energy is committed to sustainability and to developing energy in a way that enhances social and economic benefits, while striving to minimize the environmental impact associated with development.
Consistent with our ongoing commitment to transparency, and to meeting the regulatory requirements of Ontario’s Toxics Reduction Act, an annual report is provided to the public and to our employees for each of the three operating facilities we have in Ontario: the Sarnia Refinery (Sarnia, Ont.); the Petro-Canada Lubricants plant (Mississauga, Ont.); and the St. Clair Ethanol Plant (St. Clair, Ont.).
2020 Reporting Year Public Reports
2019 Reporting Year Public Reports
2018 Reporting Year Public Reports
2017 Reporting Year Public Reports
2016 Reporting Year Public Reports
2015 Reporting Year Public Reports
2014 Reporting Year Public Reports
2013 Reporting Year Public Reports
In addition to the annual reports provided above, each facility located in Ontario is also required to develop plans to reduce the use and creation of these substances. Summaries of these plans are available to our employees and the public.
2012 Toxic Substance Reduction Plan Summaries
2011 Toxic Substance Reduction Plan Summaries
For more information on the Toxics Reduction Act and O. Reg. 455/09 visit: ontario.ca/page/ontario-toxics-reduction-program-guide-regulated-facilities