The ChemTRAC program requires local facilities to annually track and report on the use and release of priority substances as per the Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw. This Toronto Public Health program collects data each year from local businesses and institutions on 25 priority substances that are commonly used or released, and exist in our environment at levels of concern for health. Evidence links these substances to short-term health effects like respiratory problems, and longer term impacts such as cancer.
ChemTRAC also supports local facilities with green business practice strategies and provides the public with information on the key chemicals in their community.
- Board of Health Report ChemTRAC Annual Report – 2011 Reporting Year, June 2013
- Board of Health report 2009 Annual Report on ChemTRAC implementation
- Board of Health Report City of Toronto Environmental Reporting, Disclosure and Innovation Program
- Technical Report Environmental Reporting, Diclosure and Innovation Program: A Proposed Program for Toronto
- Community Support for Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw Quotes from businesses, labour groups and community organizations on the proposed Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw.
- Scan of current reporting regulations Summary of Existing Regulations Pertinent to Environmental Reporting: Implications for Toronto’s Proposed Environmental Reporting & Disclosure Program (April 2008). Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy.
- Public consultation report
- Board of Health report Strategy to Enhance Access to Environmental Information in Toronto.
- Technical Report Process to Identify Priority Substances of Health Concern for Enhanced Environmental Reporting.
- Backgrounder Revision to Priority Substances of Health Concern for Enhanced Environmental Reporting.
- Consultant report Environmental Reporting in Toronto: Gaps and Opportunities. Lura Consulting (May 2007)
- Technical Appendix “A” to Consultant Report Substances of Concern Release and Transfer Reporting in Toronto: Analysis of Gaps. Marshall Macklin Monaghan, Lura Consulting, Dr. Harvey Shear (May 2007)
- Appendix “B” to Consultant Report
- Key Informant Interview Report
- Internal Stakeholder Session Report
- External Stakeholder Session Report
- Stakeholder Focus Group Report
- Results and Steps Forward Workshop Report
- Jurisdictional Review Report
- City of Toronto Pilot Project Report Report on a pollution prevention project at the City of Toronto Printing and Distribution facility
- Board of Health report – Progress Report (August 2006)
- Board of Health report (June 2006)
- Access to Environmental Information Decisions made by the Board of Health (June 2006)
- Attachment: Access to Environmental Information Preventing Pollution, Avoiding Risks (June 2006)
- Consultant report: Creating Community Right-to-know Opportunities in the City of Toronto Canadian Environmental Law Association (January 2006)
- Board of Health report (January 2005)