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Niagara River Remedial Action Plan Stage 2 Update Report

Niagara River Remedial Action Plan Stage 2 Update Report

Suggested Revised

Suggested Revised Recommendations Water Quality - Municipal 1 – 5. Implement municipal waste water quality improvement projects through infrastructure upgrades, optimization and pollution prevention and control planning initiatives. Water Quality – Rural 6 – 8. Identify priority target areas for water quality and habitat improvement and encourage landowner participation through funding incentives, education, stewardship and outreach Sediment Quality 10. Implement the sediment remediation actions identified through the studies on contaminated sediment sites in the AOC. Biota/Habitat 12,16. Support the implementation of municipal natural heritage strategies within the Niagara River AOC 15. Continue to protect habitat on both sides of the river as one ecosystem and seek opportunities for international cooperation. Human Health 17. While fish consumption advisories are necessary, adequately communicate and encourage the use of the government’s “Guide to Eating Ontario Sport Fish”. 18. Prepare and communicate a consumption advisory until contaminant levels in snapping turtles from Lyons Creek are below the appropriate guidelines for protection of the health of human consumers. Surveillance & Monitoring New Recommendation: A monitoring plan be established and supported by the RAP. (re: # 19-21). Stewardship & Education 26,27. Develop and deliver education and community programs that address matters of interest to the RAP or that support RAP implementation. General 29. All levels of government continue providing resources for RAP initiatives and make projects in Great Lakes AOCs a priority for infrastructure funding. 31. That the NPCA maintain its G.I.S. restoration database as a tool in determining priority areas for remediation within the watershed and collaborate with NWQPS in G.I.S. information management. 126

Niagara river remedial action plan stage 2 update Proposed Revised List of Recommendations 1 (Water Quality) Implement municipal waste water quality improvement projects through infrastructure upgrades, optimization and pollution prevention and control planning initiatives. 2 (Water Quality) Identify priority target areas for water quality and habitat improvement and encourage landowner participation through funding incentives, education, stewardship and outreach. 3 (Sediment Quality) Implement the sediment remediation actions identified through the studies on contaminated sediment sites in the AOC. 4 (Biota/Habitat) Support the implementation of municipal natural heritage strategies within the Niagara River AOC. 5 (Biota/Habitat) Continue to protect habitat on both sides of the river as one ecosystem and seek opportunities for international cooperation. 6 (Human Health) While fish consumption advisories are necessary, adequately communicate and encourage the use of the government’s “Guide to Eating Ontario Sport Fish”. 7 (Human Health) Prepare and communicate a consumption advisory until contaminant levels in snapping turtles from Lyons Creek are below the appropriate guidelines for protection of the health of human consumers. 8 (Surveillance & Monitoring) A monitoring plan be established and supported by the RAP. 9 (Stewardship & Education) Develop and deliver education and community programs that address matters of interest to the RAP or support RAP implementation. 10 (General) All levels of government continue providing resources for RAP initiatives and make projects in Great Lakes AOCs a priority for infrastructure funding. 11 (General) The Niagara River RAP endorse and encourage the process of multi-sectoral liaison committees as the vehicle to facilitate the satisfactory remediation of water quality in the Niagara River AOC. 12 (General) The NPCA maintain its G.I.S. restoration database as a tool in determining priority areas for remediation within the watershed and collaborate with NWQPS in G.I.S. information management. Note: According to Stage 2 report (p.25), those categories that directly address the BUIs are: urban sewage/stormwater infrastructure; industrial discharges; rural non-point sources; contaminated sediments; and, biota/habitat (Recs. # 4 – 8 above). Those in the remaining categories support the remediation efforts. 127

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