The rigour of the BLIERs is consistent with what leading legal professionals, inside or outside canada, require for comparable industrial sources in assisted areas (areas where air quality standards are met without the very strict requirements to deal with serious air quality problems) that can be adapted to Canadian circumstances. A LSRO should ensure that all major industrial sources in Canada, regardless of the air quality in which the facilities are located, ensure good environmental performance. NEA is also working with partners in the people, private and public (3P) sectors on initiatives to reduce solid waste generation on land, such as the Singapore Packaging Agreement (SPA). This voluntary agreement is an initiative of government, industry and non-governmental organizations to reduce packaging waste. . . .
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