Ministry of Environment

Site Profiles

Site profiles are a screening tool used to identify potentially contaminated sites. They are completed and submitted when potentially contaminated sites are being decommissioned, are in foreclosure proceedings, are subject to local government applications and/or permits, and are being sold. The Site Profile Form is provided in Schedule 1 of the Contaminated Sites Regulation. Schedule 2 lists the industrial and commercial activities triggering site profile submission to the ministry. More detailed guidance is provided in the following links.

Site Profiles e-Link Mailing List NEW JANUARY 2009

Fact Sheets

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The Site Profile System (PDF/117 KB) UPDATED juLY 2013
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Site Profiles: Local Governments Duties (PDF/191 KB) UPDATED juLY 2013
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Site Profile Administration - Local Government Opt Out Option (PDF/164 KB) UPDATED AUGUST 2008
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Requirements for the Environmental Cleanup of Illegal Drug Manufacturing Sites (PDF/176 KB) UPDATED january 2009
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Site Profile Freeze and Release Provisions (PDF/148 KB) ISSUED june 2007
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Subscribing to our Site Profiles E-mail Service (PDF/156 KB) new january 2009
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Site Profile Requirements for Site Decommissioning (PDF/139 KB) new july 2009
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Site Profiles and Foreclosure (PDF/98 KB) new july 2009

Administrative Guidance

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Completing and Submitting Site Profiles (PDF/196 KB) UPDATED AUGUST 2013
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Site Profile Processing Requirements for Municipalities and Approving Officer (PDF/150 KB) UPDATED juLY 2013
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Site Profile Decisions and Requesting Releases Where Local Government Approvals are Required (PDF/290 KB) UPDATED AUGUST 2013
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Guidance on Schedule 2 Purposes and Activities (PDF/290 KB) UPDATED AUGUST 2013

Q&As

Forms

Form Letters

Laws and Regulations

For more information, contact the ministry at siteprofiles@gov.bc.ca.

This Page Was Last Modified on: August 1, 2013