|Date Project Registered
||Project NUmber||Proponent||Description of the Project||Location (County)||Assigned Project Manager||*Status||Date of Decision|
|2005/01/28||1028||Leonard H. Cook’s Construction Limited||The proponent proposes to construct a new mini home park on a 13.5 hectare parcel on land near the corner of Route 560 and Kinney Road in Jacksonville. Ancillary facilities would include an access road approximately 100 metres long, 5 internal streets each having a length of about 175 metres, a communal water supply fed by two drilled wells, and a communal wastewater disposal system comprised of sewer pipes, septic tanks, lift stations (pumps) and a system of leaching beds.||Carleton||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/04/22|
|2005/02/07||1029||Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Small Craft Harbours Branch.||The project entails construction of a new breakwater wharf at Beaver Harbour, to be located southeast of the existing breakwater wharf, which will remain in place. At the same time, the proponent will implement other improvements at the harbour, including drilling, blasting and infilling at the base of a shoreline cliff to create a permanent access road and service area for the new wharf, and installation of a new floating wharf. No dredging will be required as part of this project.
|Charlotte||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/08/10|
|2005/02/25||1030||Town of Riverview||The Town of Riverview is proposing to construct a transportation route that will service existing development and proposed development along the southern Town limits. The corridor would provide level III controlled access highway as an alternate route between the Petitcodiac River Causeway and the new Petitcodiac River Bridge (Former Gunningsville Bridge.).||Albert||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/10/31|
|2005/03/02||1031||Irving Paper Ltd.||The proposed project involves installing and operating a small natural gas-fired heater to produce heat for the paper making process at the Irving Paper Mill on Bayside Drive in Saint John.||Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/04/12|
|2005/03/14||1032||UPM Kymmene Miramichi Inc.||UPM Kymmene Miramichi Inc. is proposing to remove the process equipment and related building shells from the former kraft production unit at the UPM pulp and paper mill facility located in Miramichi New Brunswick||Northumberland||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/07/15|
|2005/03/17||1033||Ducks Unlimited Canada||Ducks Unlimited Canada is proposing to remove gravel infill from the Ruisseau à Sivret wetland. The infill has been placed in the coastal wetland over a thirty-year period and is restricting tidal flow. It’s removal is expected to restore tidal flow to the wetland||Gloucester||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/09/02|
|2005/03/31||1034||J. D. Irving, Limited||Grand Lake Timber Woodwaste Disposal Site - The proponent is proposing to continue to operate an existing woodwaste disposal site near Chipman. The site was originally approved as a pilot project in 2000. The proponent is now requesting approval to operate the site on a more long-term basis (an additional eight to ten years).||Queens||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/01/18|
|2005/04/12||1035||River Valley Meat Packers Ltd.||The project entails construction of a new meat packing facility (abattoir) in Scotch Settlement. The facility would employ approximately 30 people and process approximately 125 cattle each week. The proposal would also include the construction of a private water supply and private wastewater treatment facilities. Cattle would arrive by truck and the finished meat and meat by-products would be shipped in a similar manner. Manure would be spread on adjacent farm fields and waste animal products would be shipped to a company in Truro, Nova Scotia.||York||David Whyte||Cancelled|
|2005/04/12||1036||St. John Basin Salmon Recovery Inc.||The undertaking involves the construction and operation of
an Atlantic salmon smolt bypass system at the existing Tobique Narrows Dam. The bypass system will include a collection gallery, partially submerged flume, open concrete channel and existing fishway to allow fish to bypass the turbines.
|Victoria||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/12/19|
|2005/04/18||1037||Berger Peat Moss Ltd.||The project involves the development of an approximately 500 ha peat harvesting area on a segment of the peat bog #324N, southern portion, which is 777 hectares in size. Construction activities involve excavating drainage ditches and construction of six sedimentation ponds with peatland buffers prior to draining into the East Branch and South Branch of the Portage River on the north and west sides of the bog. The east and south sides of the bog are drained toward the Rivière Angille. The harvested peat will be transported to Berger’s existing mix plant located to the east of the proposed development. The access road to the facility would be an extension of an existing access road associated with Berger’s neighbouring development bog #324N||Northumberland and Kent||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/01/12|
|2005/04/18||1038||New Brunswick Department of Supply and Services||The proponent is proposing to expand an existing parking lot at the Barrens Peat Bog Interpretive Site, located on Miscou Island. This project would include construction activity within a portion of the peat bog.||Gloucester||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/05/25|
|2005/04/19||1039||UPM Miramichi Inc.||UPM Miramichi Inc. is proposing to convert the #4 CRU (chemical recovery unit) boiler to a biomass-fuelled unit. The # 4 CRU boiler is used to generate power at the UPM Mill; its current fuel source is recovered Kraft process liquors and auxiliary bunker C. The proposed conversion will allow the boiler to burn biomass as its primary fuel source along with auxiliary Bunker C.||Northumberland||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/27|
|2005/05/05||1040||ARSAM Ltd.||The proponent is proposing to conduct groundwater exploration on a lot in the southern part of New Maryland. If sufficient water is found, the proponent may propose a residential and commercial development.||York||Pierre Doucet||Awaiting additional information|
|2005/05/19||1041||Brookdale Treeland Nursery||The Brookdale Treeland Nursery is proposing to construct and operate a nursery on former agricultural lands located on the southeast bank of the Millstream
River in the Berwick area. The operation of the nursery would require approximately 400m3 of water daily for irrigation purposes. It is proposed that the water will be supplied by way of intake under the Millstream riverbed.
|Kings||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/08/15|
|2005/06/08||1042||Department of Transportation||Route 11 By-pass - Tracadie-Sheila to Six Roads Area. The project consists of constructing a new 2 lane bypass of the existing Route 11 from the Town of Tracadie-Sheila to the Six Roads area. The total length of the bypass is 8.2 km and will be a Level 1 access controlled highway.||Glouscter||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/02/28|
|2005/06/08||1043||Canaport LNG Limited Partnership||This project involves the infilling of 2.9 ha of (alder) wetland and 0.6 ha pond known as Canaport pond. The Irving Oil Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Marine Terminal project received a Lieutenant-Governor in Council approval in August 2004 after a comprehensive federal and provincial environmental assessment. The approved project did not include the infilling of this pond and wetland. This modification was due to the company finalizing the configuration of the large low-pressure onshore LNG storage tanks. The full containment tanks are larger and result in the loss of the Canaport access road and edge of the wetland. This would require the existing on-site access road to be relocated to the area of the existing pond and wetland. The infilling of the pond and wetland is the focus of the review.||Saint John||Germaine Pataki-Theriault||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/09/06|
|2005/06/17||1044||Foyer Arsenault||The project consists of replacing the existing sewage treatment system with a new system at the Foyer Arsenault Community Care Home in Cocagne.||Kent||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/11/15|
|2005/06/22||1045||Rebel Ridge Golf Club Ltd. (formerly West Hills Golf Club)||The proposed undertaking consists of the construction and operation of the 18-hole Rebel Ridge golf course on the North Side of Fredericton. This golf course is proposed within the West Hills residential development in the same area. The Environmental Management Plan submitted for review was originally a requirement of EIA Determination 688 issued to the original developers of the golf course, who have since sold these parcels of land to Rebel Ridge Golf Club Ltd.||York||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2003/05/23|
|A bridge is proposed across
Gillespie Brook to provide access to property on the northeast side of Pirie Lake.
|Victoria||Dave Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/09/14|
|This project involves construction of a 790 square metre addition to the existing airport terminal
building at Fredericton Airport.
|Sunbury||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/08/04|
|2005/07/20||1048||J.D. Irving Ltd||The project involves the
construction and operation of a gypsum wallboard manufacturing plant to be located at the former Saint John Shipbuilding yard. It would produce commercial grade wallboard products using synthetic gypsum produced by the flue gas desulphurization system at the NB Power Coleson Cove Generating Station and natural gypsum as required.
|Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/03/21|
|2005/07/20||1049||J.D. Irving Ltd||The project involves the construction and operation of a new biomass-fired cogeneration facility at the former Saint John shipbuilding site in Saint John. The facility will consist of a biomass-fired boiler that will generate steam to produce approximately 15.5 Megawatts of electricity to be supplied to the New Brunswick electrical grid. Steam will also be supplied to nearby industrial and commercial users.||Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Withdrawn by proponent|
|2005/07/22||1050||Lake Utopia Paper||The project consists of the installation of a dissolved air floatation clarifier at the company’s existing paper mill in St George.||Charlotte||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/09/15|
|2005/08/04||1051||Town of Oromocto||This project consists of a proposed visitor information centre and recreational trail network near the intersection of gateway Drive and Miramichi Road in Oromocto.||Sunbury||Lee Swanson||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/04/10|
|The proponent proposes to import waste oil from Ontario, Québec and Newfoundland for processing into fuel oil at their existing facility on Bayside Drive in Saint John.||Saint John||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/01/09|
|2005/09/19||1053||Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Small Craft Harbours Branch.||The Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Small Craft Harbours, Gulf Region (SCH), is proposing to dredge sediments from the Pointe-Sapin Harbour in order to restore the western basin to a safe navigational depth. DFO is proposing to store the dredge spoils in an on-site containment cell to allow the spoils to decant. Once decanted, the spoils would be transported to Loggie Pit for disposal.||Kent||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/11/1|
|2005/09/20||1054||PCS Cassidy Lake Company||The proponent proposes to construct a brine line booster pumping station to increase the pumping rate of an existing pipeline that is located between the mine brine pond (PCS - Cassidy Lake) and the Bay of Fundy. The purpose of this project is to ensure that the elevation of the brine pond is maintained at an acceptable level.||Saint John||Charlotte Haines||Certificate of Determination Issued||2005/12/08|
|2005/11/18||1055||Irving Oil Limited||Red Head Secondary Access Road. The proponent is proposing to construct a secondary access road to alleviate construction traffic related to the Canaport LNG facility along the Red Head Road.||Saint John||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||06/03/25|
|2005/11/22||1056||Northumberland Co-op Limited||The proponent proposes to construct a new private water supply (well) at an existing dairy in the City of Miramichi
|2005/11/23||1057||Village of Memramcook||Wastewater treatment system – The proposed project consists of constructing a new facultative lagoon for the Village of Memramcook. This new system will replace an existing lagoon, which will be abandoned and the property reinstated into a wetland.||Westmorland||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/31|
|2005/11/24||1058||Canaport LNG Limited Partnership||The project consists of the expansion of a spoils pile that will impact a wetland, and the proposed mititgative measures. The project also includes mitigation proposed for all potential impacts to wetlands at the Canaport Facility that may occur during development of the site.||Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/05/12|
|2005/12/09||1059||Corridor Resources Inc.||This project consists of the construction of natural gas infrastructure, including a conditioning plant and a buried 200mm, 45 kilometre pipeline to connect the McCully Gas Field near Sussex with the existing Maritimes and Northeastern gas pipeline.||Kings||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/02/15|
|2005/12/09||1060||Future Alternative Wood Products Ltd.||The proponent proposes to operate a new facility for the heat treatment of lumber in electric ovens to create a decay-resistant product. The facility would be located within an existing industrial building on Connolly Avenue in the City of Bathurst.||Gloucester||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/04/26|
|2005/12/16||1061||Envirem Technologies Inc.||Importation of compost feedstock: The proponent proposes to import compost feedstock from Atlantic Canada, Quebec, and Northeast US for use in their compost facilities located in Miramichi, Clarendon, Fredericton, and Saint Francois.||York / Madawaska / Charlotte / Northumberland||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/05/31|
|2005/12/22||1062||Miramichi Salmon Association Inc.||This project involves the development of an additional production well to supply water to the existing fish rearing operation.||Northumberland||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/02/12|
|2005/12/23||1063||Ducks Unlimited Canada||The proposed project involves the restoring of a 40 acre shrub-swamp meadow that has been negatively impacted over the years. The wetland is within the City of Miramichi located on lands owned by Atcon Management Services, Canadian Tire, and the New Brunswick Department Government. The restoration will encompass the construction of earth dikes and the installation of water level control pipes. The proponent is also proposing to incorporate a nature trail complete with interpretive signage and wildlife viewing areas.||Northumberland||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/05/25|
|2006/01/05||1065||UPM Miramichi Inc.||The proposed project involves the installation of two subsurface transmission lines to transport pulp slurry from the groundwood mill located on the east side of the Miramichi River to the paper mill located on the west side of the Miramichi River. It is proposed to use one subsurface transmission line to transport the pulp slurry and the second to recirculate the water back to the groundwood mill. The proponent proposes to install the subsurface transmission lines using directional drilling techniques.||Northumberland||Bernie Doucet||Withdrawn by Proponent|
|2006/01/06||1064||Tourbière La Rivière Enregistrée||The proposed project involves the development of a peat harvesting operation on peatlands # 579A (32 hectares) and # 579B (4 hectares) near Little Shippegan on Lamèque Island. Construction activities would involve excavation drainage ditches throughout the harvest areas, one sedimentation basin (adjacent to peatland # 579A) and fuel storage tanks. The harvested peat would be transported to an existing processing facility in the area.||Gloucester||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/11|
|2006/01/11||1067||Department of Transportation||The undertaking consists of a new 2-lane bypass of the existing Rte. 11. The total length of the new highway is approximately 13 km and is located immediately south of the Town of Caraquet, extending from du Portage St., northwest to the existing Rte. 325/Rte. 11 intersection in the Village of Bertrand.||Gloucester||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2013/05/17|
|2006/01/11||1081||Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Limited||The Brunswick Pipeline Project consists of the construction and operation of an NPS 30 (National Pipeline Std. 762 mm Outside Diameter) subsurface pipeline approximately 145 km in length, extending from the Irving liquefied natural gas terminal in Saint John to the existing Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline (M&NP) mainline at a location 1.5 miles past the NB/Maine border in Maine. The total capacity of the pipeline will be approximately 900,000 GJ/d.||Saint John and Charlotte||David Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/05/29|
|2006/01/12||1066||McAllister Park Subdivision||White Birch Estates Subdivision, Lower Coverdale - The proponent is proposing to expand the existing White Birch Estates Subdivision, which was started in the 1970’s. The expansion will involve the construction of several public roads to accommodate 150 residential building lots, ranging in size from 6000 m2 to 30 000 m2. The project will be completed in ten to fifteen phases, with one phase per year.||Albert||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/06/21|
|2006/02/01||1068||Andrew Lawson and Peter McDonald||The proposed project involves the development of a peat harvesting operation on peatland # 171 (approx. 60 hectares). Construction activities would involve excavation of drainage ditches throughout the harvest area, two sedimentation basins, a small maintenance and storage building and a fuel storage tank. The harvested peat would be transported to an existing processing facility in the area.||Kent||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/11|
|2006/02/06||1069||Bowater Maritimes Inc.||The proponent proposes to make modifications to an existing solid waste disposal facility in Dalhousie Junction. The modifications would increase the maximum allowable height of the landfill by 6.5 metres and add 4 years to the life of the facility.||Restigouche||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/11/9|
|2006/02/14||1070||University of New Brunswick||The proposed project involves the development of a retail building site, which lies within the UNB Retail Development on the UNB Woodlot property in Fredericton. The proposed Project elements include a paved parking area, a building with rear truck bays, and a storm water drainage system leading to a retention pond just outside the building lease lot boundary. The project area has a few small wetlands that will be impacted by the development and a slightly larger wetland just outside the lease lot boundary, which could potentially be impacted by the proposal.||York||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/02/28|
|2006/03/10||1071||Department of Local Government||The proponent is proposing to conduct groundwater exploration and develop a potable water supply to service users in the general vicinity of Penobsquis.||Kings||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/05/22|
|2006/03/29||1072||Acadian Sturgeon and Caviar Inc.||The proponent proposes to construct a new aquaculture facility and fish processing plant Dec 5/06 adjacent to the Saint John River in Carter’s Point.||Kings||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/05/22|
|2006/03/29||1073||Department of Supply and Services||The project consists of replacing the existing sewage treatment system with a mechanical treatment system to service Ben Lomond Estates subdivision. The new system, a rotating biological contactor, will discharge effluent to Greer Brook using the existing outfall pipe.||Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/31|
|2006/04/05||1074||Department of Transportation||Tabusintac River Bridge No. 2. The proposed project consists of the replacement of the Tabusintac River Bridge No. 2, and upgrading of the existing causeway.||Northumberland||Chris Dingley||Awaiting additional information|
|2006/04/07||1075||Town of Tracadie-Sheila||Groundwater Exploration Program - The proponent is proposing to drill exploratory wells in a variety of locations in order to locate an appropriate groundwater source to supplement their current water supply.||Gloucester||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/04/15|
|2006/04/11||1076||Town of Tracadie-Sheila||Sustainable Development Plan, Northern Sector - The proponent is proposing to establish a sustainable development plan for industrial/commercial zones in the northern sector of the municipality. This plan would identify areas slated for development as well as areas designated for conservation.||Gloucester||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/05/29|
|2006/04/25||1077||Department of Supply and Services||The proposed project consists of replacing an existing wastewater treatment plant (trickling filter) with a mechanical treatment system (rotating Biological Contactor) to service 11 homes located in the McLeod Subdivision (Dalhousie Junction).||Restigouche||Danny Stymiest||Inactive/On hold|
|2006/05/01||1078||Hart to Hart Builders Inc.||The proponent proposes to construct a 12 lot residential subdivision on Goldrush Drive in Quispamsis. Several of the proposed lots would be located within 30 m of a wetland.||Kings||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/07/07|
|2006/05/02||1079||Irving Paper Limited||The proposed project consists of the development and implementation of a long term steam supply for the mill in Saint John. It involves the installation of a new boiler to be fuelled by fossil fuel and refurbishment of an existing boiler to be fuelled by biomass and fossil fuel.||Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/08/21|
|2006/05/25||1080||Village of Balmoral||The proposed project consists of upgrading the existing wastewater treatment plant (facultative lagoon) currently servicing the Village of Balmoral. The upgrade will include the addition of aeration and UV treatment to the existing lagoon. The treated wastewater will discharge into the South Branch of the Eel River using the existing outfall pipe.||Restigouche||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/12/09|
|2006/05/29||1082||City of Saint John||The project consists of the construction and operation of a activated sludge wastewater treatment facility. The facility will treat an average daily flow of 35,00m3/day, and will be located adjacent to the existing Hazen Creek facility off the Red Head Road. The outfall pipe will extend 1100m into the Saint John Harbour.||St. John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/04/08|
|2006/05/31||1083||Irving Oil Limited
|The undertaking consists of the construction and operation of a Hydrogenation Amine Tail Gas Unit (HATGU) at the existing IOL refinery located in the City of Saint John. The proposed project is expected to reduce sulphur dioxide emissions from the Sulphur Block at the refinery by an estimated 70%.||Saint John||David Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/30|
|2006/06/06||1084||N.B. Power||The proponent proposes to construct a new 4.5 kilometre 138 KV power transmission line in the City of Edmundston.||Madawaska||Sheila Goucher||On-hold/Inactive|
|2006/06/09||762||Village of Alma||The Village of Alma Wastewater treatment facility was reviewed and approved under the EIA Regulation in 2002 and 2004. Site conditions require that the location of the outfall to the Upper Salmon River be revised for a second time.||Albert||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/07/13|
|2006/07/17||1086||Village of Hillsborough||The Village of Hillsborough is proposing to develop a new potable water supply for their municipal system. The project will consist of a well, pump-house, control system, and an upgraded chlorination (disinfection) system.||Albert||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/19|
|2006/07/19||1085||Town of Oromocto||The proponent proposes to construct a new mechanical wastewater treatment system to replace the existing Oromocto West facility on Waasis Road. This system will discharge treated effluent to the Oromocto River using the same outfall pipe as the current system.||Sunbury||Shawn Hamilton||Awaiting Additional Information|
|2006/07/25||1087||Department of Supply and Services||The proposed project consists of replacing the existing sanitary sewer lines and installing a new rotating biological contactor (RBC) for the Spring Garden Subdivision (located between the City of Moncton and the Village of Salisbury).||Westmorland||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/04/24|
|2006/07/27||1088||Department of Supply and Services||Gallien Beach Development, Miscou Island - The proponent is proposing to construct a Day Use Area that will include a day use facility (with washrooms, changing rooms, outdoor showers, viewing tower, seating area and interpretive signage) and boardwalk access to this facility.||Gloucester||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/11/26|
|2006/07/27||1089||Department of Transportation||Mersereau Stream Bridge No. 1: The proponent is proposing to replace the existing structure crossing Mersereau Stream with a new single-span pre-stressed concrete girder bridge. The proposed project also includes the realignment of Branch Road, to the north of the existing structure.||Sunbury||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/12/22|
|2006/07/27||1090||Department of Transportation||The proposed One Mile Interchange Project is located in the City of Saint John, New Brunswick. The Project would provide access and truck routing from the Route 1 Throughway to East Saint John by connecting to Bayside Drive. The new interchange will provide eastbound and westbound entrance and exit ramps along with a connector road to provide access to Rothesay Avenue.||Saint John||Chris Dingley||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/04/27|
|2006/08/23||1091||AV Nackawic Inc.||AV Nackawic Inc. is proposing to convert their current process of market grade hardwood kraft pulp to a dissolving grade pulp process. The conversion requires a number of modifications to the mill operation, including the installation of new digesters, as well as modifications to the recovery boiler and bleaching sequence.||York||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/02/27|
|2006/08/25||1092||Grand Lake Timber Limited||This project consists of the construction and operation of a new steam plant, fuelled by biomass (sawmill residue) at an existing sawmill located in Chipman.||Queens||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/11/17|
|2006/08/29||1093||ABZ Production Services Inc.||The undertaking consists of the installation of a residential driveway/culvert through a wetland located in Bathurst.||Gloucester||David Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2006/10/10|
|2006/09/05||1094||J.D. Irving Limited||The proposed project involves the replacement of three oil-fired boilers with two new biomass boilers to generate steam to be used at the sawmill. The biomass fuel will consist of sawmill residuals produced at the site in Deersdale.||York||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/01/22|
|2006/09/05||1095||J.D. Irving Limited||The proposed project consists of the construction and operation of two new biomass boilers to generate heat for use at the sawmill in Saint-Leonard to replace heat produced by five existing boilers fuelled by #6 fuel oil. The biomass fuel will consist of sawmill residuals produced on site.||Madawaska||Sheila Goucher||Withdrawn by Proponent|
|2006/10/03||1096||Jean Guy Chiasson||The project involves the development of a 70 acre peat harvesting area on a portion of peat bog #529 located in Evangeline. Construction activities involve excavating drainage ditches and construction of one sedimentation pond and the installation of fuel storage tanks. The proponent is proposing to harvest the peat using a vacuum harvester from May to October annually. The harvested peat will be transported to an existing peat processing facility in the vicinity for packaging.||Gloucester||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/08/10|
|2006/10/06||1097||Contact Exploration Inc.||The proposed project consists of the development of the Stoney Creek Oil and Gas Wellfiled located near Hillsborough. This would consist primarily of the drilling of wells, and the installation of production facility equipment, including pump jacks, storage tanks, and a flare stack, to facilitate production testing and handling of well effluent on previously cleared sites.||Albert||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/03/16|
|2006/10/17||1098||Town of Sackville||Water Supply Development – The proponent proposes to construct a new municipal water well near Ogden Mill Brook in the vicinity of two existing municipal wells.||Westmorland||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2013/07/31|
|2006/10/18||1099||NB Power Transmission||NB Power received a Certificate of Determination to proceed with the construction and operation of a 354 kV International Power Line from Point Lepreau to the Canadian/US border in June 2003. NB Power Transmission is considering the use of a heavy-lift helicopter as an alternative to conventional methods for tower construction. Structures will be assembled in staging areas and transported by helicopter to structure locations.||Charlotte, St. John||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/02/14|
|2006/10/30||1108||Château Springs||The proponent is proposing to capture a small portion of the overflow of an existing artesian well for bottling and distribution. This project would be taking place in an existing water bottling facility located in Saint Charles and would not required any construction.||Kent||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/01/26|
|2006/11/03||1100||Francine LeBlanc: Shaw Peat Wastewater Treatment System||The proposed project involves the installation of a Shaw Peat modular on-site wastewater treatment system at a private residence in Moncton. There is currently no wastewater treatment at the residence and conventional methods to resolve the wastewater issue are not possible due to site specific constraints.||Westmorland||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/03/21|
|2006/11/16||1101||Village of Paquetville||On November 16, 2006, the Village of Paquetville proposed to undertake the upgrading of the existing Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant. The current system is facultative and consist periodic waste water releases every 6 months. The proposed upgrades would include abandoning the primary lagoon, and converting the retention pond to an aerated wastewater treatment system with a continuous discharge. The proposed modifications would not expand the existing footprint and would also use the existing outfall, thus avoiding any in-stream works and would be designed to meet the wastewater effluent objectives.||Gloucester||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/05/30|
|2006/11/17||1102||Hart to Hart Builders Inc.||The proponent proposes to construct a 12 lot residential subdivision on Goldrush Drive in Quispamsis. Several of the proposed lots would be located within 30 m of a wetland.
||Kings||Lee Swanson||Awaiting additional information|
|2006/11/28||1103||PCS Cassidy Lake Company||Replacement of approximately 21.6 km of the 34 km existing brine pipeline located between the PSC - Cassidy Lake Mine site and the Bay of Fundy in Saint Martins.||Kings & Saint John||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/04/05|
|2006/12/06||1104||Village of Salisbury||The proponent is proposing to conduct groundwater exploration and develop a potable water supply to service the Village of Salisbury
||Westmorland, Albert||David Whyte||Withdrawn by proponent|
|2006/12/21||1105||Wesleyan Church, Atlantic District Office||The proponent is proposing to construct a new sewage treatment facility to repace an existing facility at the Beulah Camp and Conference Centre near Brown’s Flat.
||Kings||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/05/18|
|2006/12/29||1106||Village of Petit-Rocher||Wastewater Treatment System – This project consists of replacing the existing wastewater treatment facility with a new aerated lagoon. This new system will discharge treated effluent to the Bay of Chaleurs, using the same outfall pipe as the current system
|Gloucester||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/04/04|
|2007/01/23||1107||NB Power Generation – Coleson Cove||The project consists of the modification of one of the three boiler units, currently fueled by heavy fuel oil, so that it is capable of co-firing petroleum coke with heavy fuel oil. The project will determine the environmental acceptability along with the technical and economic feasibility of this method.||Sanit John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/04/19|
|2007/01/25||1109||Irving Oil Limited: Project Eider Rock –Petroleum Refinery||Development of a new petroleum refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick that could process up to 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day.||Saint John||David Maguire||EIA approval issued||2011/02/17|
|2007/01/31||1110||Xstrata Zinc – Heath Steele Mine||Final closure work associated with the Heath Steele Mine. Project would include closure work at Camp Brook, Chandler’s Pond, Gossan area and miscellaneous projects throughout the property.||Northumberland||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/04/25|
|2007/02/05||1111||Jiffy Products (N.B.) Ltd.||The proposed project involves the development of a 147 hectare peat harvesting operation on peatland # 536 (a bog that totals 268 hectares). The project will consist of the construction of an access road, primary and secondary drainage ditch networks, development of production fields, haulage corridors, a harvested peat stockpile area, and equipment lay down area. All harvested peat will be transported the Jiffy processing plant, located in Shippagan, NB.||Gloucester||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/05/01|
|2007/02/12||1112||Town of Richibucto||Water Supply Source Assessment – Richibucto Wellfield – The proponent is proposing to test the monitoring well of an existing municipal production well (Well # 1) to determine if it can also be used as a municipal production well.||Kent||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/07/22|
|2007/02/13||1113||City of Fredericton||The Knowledge Park Drive Extension Project consists of the construction and operation of a 2 kilometre, 2-lane arterial road (expandable to 4-lane) from the existing Knowledge Park Drive to the Kimble Drive/Alison Boulevard intersection; the realignment of the Exit 2 off-ramp from Highway 7 to this intersection; and storm water drainage infrastructure.||York County||David Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/04/25|
|2007/02/23||1114||Smurfit-Stone Container Canada Inc.||
In August 2005, a pulp and paper mill in Bathurst owned by Smurfit-Stone Container Canada Inc. was closed due to poor economic conditions. As a result of the closure decision, Smurfit-Stone Container Canada Inc. intends to decommission the mill and close three associated landfill sites. The decommissioning is proposed to occur in three phases over a period of three years, as follows: Phase 1 - Removal of chemicals and securing the site to ensure no environmental damage or public liability from the presence of remaining equipment and its contents; Phase 2 - Removal of assets that are not integral to making paper; and Phase 3 - Removal, sale and/or abandonment of all remaining assets, if it is clear after a period of time that there is no possibility of a buyer.
|Gloucester||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/02/06|
|2007/03/08||1115||Department of Transportation||The New Brunswick Department of Transportation is proposing to modify the existing ferry wharf terminal at North Head, Grand Manan. The required upgrade includes extending the wharf by 15 m in order to accommodate a new 95-m long vessel. Project activities will include dredging, construction of rock mattress, and the placement of concrete caissons.||Charlotte||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/07/31|
|2007/03/12||1116||HSF Foods Ltd||Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade – The proponent is in the process of reopening a potato flakes processing plant in Centreville, formerly owned by CanUSA Foods Ltd. They are proposing to upgrade a portion of the existing wastewater treatment system (two existing stabilization ponds) with an aerated pond.||Carleton||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/07/23|
|2007/03/28||1117||Town of Hampton||The Town of Hampton is proposing to decommission an existing sewage lagoon and re-direct the sewage to an existing waste water treatment plant. A new sewage pump station and sanitary sewer line would also be constructed to connect the lagoon area to an existing sewer line.||Kings||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/07/10|
|2007/04/04||1118||Fruit-Can Limitée||The proponent is proposing to expand their existing cranberry operation located on Lamèque Island. This development (Phase 3) will include the construction of approximately 15 acres of cranberry fields, including drainage ditches. The project will be located adjacent to the existing operation.||Gloucester||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/08/18|
|2007/04/06||1120||Corridor Resources Inc.||The proposed project consists of two natural gas gathering pipelines (450 m and 2000 m in length) in Penobsquis. The pipelines are required to tie two existing natural gas wells (i.e., Well Pad F-58 and Well Pad L-38) into the existing natural gas gathering system. Both lines will be located within a 20 m right of way.||Kings||David Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/07/26|
|2007/04/10||1119||Canaport LNG Limited Partnership||Canaport LNG is proposing to construct a 525 metre roadway in order to provide emergency access to and from the Canaport LNG facility site. The proposed road would consist of a two lane undivided private road restricted for use as a secondary means of access to the Canaport LNG Facility. The proposed road would be constructed on lands owned by the proponent and extend from the existing Red Head Road at approximately 75 metres north of Rocky Corner to the Irving Canaport northern tank farm roadway and would involve one stream crossing as well as one wetland crossing.||Saint John||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/08/15|
|2007/04/11||1121||Town of Nackawic||Wastewater Treatment Plant Equipment Upgrade – The proponent is proposing to replace some of the equipment of its existing mechanical wastewater treatment plant, located along Otis Drive, near the Saint John River. The proponent is also proposing to add some new equipment and replace an existing building.||York||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/05/15|
|2007/04/11||1122||Joseph Cleven||The proponent is proposing to construct a single family dwelling, well and septic system on the banks St John River downstream of Fredericton, and an access road connecting the dwelling to Route 105. The proposal would affect a wetland having an area larger than 2 hectares and an EIA Registration was therefore required.||Sunbury||Danny Stymiest||Inactive|
|2007/04/16||1123||Village of Petitcodiac||The Village of Petitcodiac is proposing to upgrade their sewage treatment system by building a new 3 ha. lagoon adjacent to an existing lagoon. As part of the project, approximately 70 additional homes would be connected to the Village’s sewage treatment system via a new sewage pipe to be constructed by directional drilling under the Petitcodiac River. A new sewage pumping station will also be required.||Westmorland||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/03/28|
|2007/04/17||1124||Lakeside Developments Inc.||Additional Subdivision Lots at the Lakeside Estates Subdivision– The proponent is proposing to expand Lakeside Estates Subdivision in three phases over the next 20 years. The Subdivision is located off Killarney Road, just north of the Fredericton city limits.||York||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/08/31|
|2007/05/03||1126||AV Nackawic Ltd.||The proponent is proposing to construct a multi-cell sludge disposal basin to replace their existing basin, which is near its capacity. The new disposal basin will have a footprint of approximately 11 ha. and will be located adjacent to the active basin (east of Quigg brook).||York||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/05/05|
|2007/05/04||1125||Town of Riverview||The proponent is proposing to extend the existing Pinder Road to connect with the future intersection of Findlay and Gunningsville Boulevards. The proposed extension is intended to provide access from the Pine Glen Area to the East-West Corridor, provide an alternate traffic route to decrease traffic congestion on residential streets, and to improve access to future developments planned for Findlay Park.||Albert County||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/08/15|
|2007/05/09||1127||Department of Transportation||The project involves the realignment of an existing curve on Route 345 located between Evangeline and Inkerman Ferry.||Gloucester||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/07/19|
|2007/06/06||1129||Tourbière 2000B –Peat Bog # 514||The proposed project involves the development of a peat harvesting operation on peatland # 514 (approx. 45 hectares). Construction activities would involve development of an access road, excavation of drainage ditches throughout the harvest area, four sedimentation basins, a maintenance and storage building and a fuel storage tank. The harvested peat would be transported to an existing processing facility in the area.||Northumberland||Serge Gagnon||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/10/24|
|2007/06/07||1128||TransAlta Wind||TransAlta proposes to construct a 129 megawatt wind farm comprised of 43 wind turbines to be located near Riverside-Albert in Albert County.||Albert||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/09/28|
|2007/06/22||1130||Ocean Horizons (Canada) Limited||Ocean Horizons (Canada) Limited is proposing to install an Entrapped Air Flotation (EAF) system at their facility located in the St. George Industrial Park. This unit will pre-treat their salmon processing effluent prior to discharging it into the St. George Industrial Wastewater Lagoon. The project will involve the expansion of an existing building (used to house the unit), and installation of a micron screen and EAF unit.||Charlotte||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/08/22|
|2007/06/25||1131||Village of Drummond||Groundwater Exploration Program – The proponent is proposing to develop a supplemental municipal water supply. The proposed exploration program consists of drilling one or two wells, located to the west of the village boundary, and pump testing one of these wells.||Victoria||Pierre Doucet||Cancelled|
|2007/07/06||1132||Village of Baker Brook||Increasing Water Supply – The proponent is proposing to deepen an existing well (Piste Cyclable) and conduct a pumping test to determine if its pumping rate can be increased.||Madawaska||Pierre Doucet||Cancelled|
|2007/07/20||1133||Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan||The proponent has proposed a new potash mine adjacent to the company's existing mine near Sussex. The project will include expanded milling operations.||Kings||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/01/11|
|2007/07/23||1134||Atlantic Motel||The proponent is planning to replace an existing sewage treatment system in Berry Mills (near Moncton). The existing system (filter bed and septic tank) is failing. The new system will contain 4 septic tanks, a grease trap, a pumping station, 4 recirculating tanks, UV treatment, a sand bed filter and two constructed wetlands.||Westmorland||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/10/19|
|2007/08/08||1135||NB Power Transmission||The proponent proposes to construct a new 28 kilometre 138 KV power transmission line in Albert County.||Albert||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/11/28|
|2007/08/17||1136||Department of Fisheries and Oceans||The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is proposing to develop Seal Cove Harbour in Grand Manan. This project would involve the construction of a new breakwater on the north side of the harbour, the installation of a new marginal wharf; the installation of floating docks; the dredging of the harbour and the ocean disposal of the dredge spoils; the creation of two new service areas by intertidal/subtidal infilling; repairing the two existing breakwaters north of the harbour currently protecting the National Historic Site; and the extension and reinforcement of the southern wharf breakwater.||Charlotte||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2007/11/23|
|2007/09/06||1137||Department of Transportation||The Department of Transportation is proposing to replace the existing Cocagne Bridge No. 1 (Route 134). The new structure will consist of a four span steel beam bridge and will use the same roadway alignment.||Kent||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/03/26|
|2007/11/08||1138||PotashCorp||PotashCorp intends to construct and operate a 30 km brine disposal pipeline system from the PotashCorp Penobsquis Mine to the PotashCorp Cassidy Lake Mill. The project would include two pump stations.||Kings||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/10/14|
|2007/12/10||1139||Bonney Construction Ltd.||Pleasant View Estates – Phase II – The proponent is proposing to expand the existing Pleasant View Estates subdivision in Hampton by further developing 82 single-family units (garden homes and townhouses). The proponent will also develop a series of wells to provide water to this phase.||Kings||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/01/24|
|2007/12/20||1140||Corridor Resources Inc.||The proposed project consists of the expansion of the existing McCully natural gas production and gathering system. The expansion will include the construction of 6 new well pads and gathering pipe system in the Penobsquis area.||Kings||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/07/17|
|2008/01/10||1141||Department of Transportation||Mill Brook Bridge No. 1: The proponent is proposing to replace the existing structure crossing Mill Brook with a new pre-cast concrete arch. The proposed project also includes the realignment of 400 m of Route 710 in the Mill Brook area.||Queens||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/06/04|
|2008/01/11||1142||Suez Renewable Energy||Suez Renewable Energy proposes to construct a 200 megawatt wind farm comprised of up to 117 wind turbines to be located approximately 50 kilometers west of Bathurst (south of Highway 180, west of Caribou Depot) in Restigouche and Northumberland Counties.
||Restigouche, Northumberland||David Whyte||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/07/23|
|2008/01/15||1143||Nature’s Crops International||Nature’s Crops International is proposing to introduce three non-indigenous oilseed crops (borage, calendula, and cuphea) for commercial production in the middle to upper Saint John River Valley. All of the crops to be grown in New Brunswick will be contracted for production with established agriculture producers as part of their normal rotational practice.||Carleton, Victoria||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/06/04|
|2008/01/18||1144||Village of Bas-Caraquet||Groundwater Exploration Program – The Village is proposing to explore for a new groundwater source in order to supplement their existing municipal water supply.||Gloucester||Pierre Doucet||Withdrawn by Proponent|
|The project involves the construction of building lots on land located adjacent to the Fredericton International Airport in order to create an Aerospace and Defence Park. These lots will be leased to tenants in the aerospace industry. The project will be constructed in 4 phases.||Sunbury||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2016/04/15|
|2008/01/28||1146||NB Power Generation||The project consists of the closure of the former Point Lepreau landfill.||Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2013/06/10|
|2008/01/30||1147||Ducks Unlimited Canada||Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is proposing to carry out a wetland enhancement project along the banks of the Saint John River near the City of Fredericton walking trail This would include the construction of an earth berm and placement of a water control structure to enhance wetland habitat for waterfowl as well as song birds and other species such as muskrat, mink and turtles. In addition to the enhancement of the wetland, a short section of boardwalk and interpretive signs will provide visitors with the message of wetland values and the species that depend upon them.||York||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/05/27|
|2008/02/20||1148||Town of Quispamsis||Quispamsis Wellness and Conference Complex (qplex) – The Town is proposing to construct and operate a health and wellness centre that would provide recreational and cultural activities and programs to residents within and surrounding Quispamsis. This centre would be located on a collection of properties that currently comprise the Gondola Point Recreation Centre.||Kings||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/09/25|
|2008/03/18||1149||City of Moncton||The city is proposing to rehabilitate the pond and wetland beside the fire station at the corner of St. George Boulevard and Milner Road (Jonathan Creek) to ensure that flood prevention requirements of the city are maintained and to improve the aesthetic and ecological values of the wetland. The work will include re-grading of accumulated sediments, construction of a low flow channel, and construction of wetland habitats.||Westmorland||Pierre Doucet||Awaiting additional information|
|2008/04/04||1150||Fundy Trail Development Authority Inc.||Revised Fundy Trail Parkway Phase II Alignment - The proponent is proposing to construct 18 km of parkway between the Cranberry Brook area (just east of the Big Salmon River) and the McCumber Brook area. The project will also include the construction of an entry kiosk, lookout facilities, parking lots, multi-use trails, etc. along the proposed parkway.||St. John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/08/11|
|2008/04/14||1151||NB Coal Limited||The project involves construction of a 13 km long right of way for the Maid Marion drag line to travel from its current location to Albright’s Corner where a mine extension will be developed. It also includes construction of a 13 km long, 69,000 volt distribution line to provide power to the Maid Marion.||Sunbury||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/08/28|
|2008/04/17||1152||Ducks Unlimited Canada.||The proponent is proposing to rehabilitate a wetland along the banks of the Petitcodiac River within the boundaries of the Village of Salisbury.||Albert||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/11/22|
|2008/04/17||1153||Department of Transportation||Route 7 Bypass – Welsford to Nerepis. The Project consists of the construction, operation, and maintenance of approximately 9.8 km of new two-lane highway and related infrastructure. The project includes 2 interchanges, 1 viaduct, connector roads, 4 property access roads and several watercourse crossings.||Kings/Queens||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/03/05|
|2008/04/29||1154||New Brunswick Department of Supply and Services||The New Brunswick Department of Supply and Services is proposing to construct an incineration facility to replace the existing incinerator operated by the New Brunswick Department of Agriculture and Aquaculture, Agricultural Service Centre located between the Lincoln Road and Wilsey Road in Fredericton.||York||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/07/04|
|2008/04/29||1155||Port of Dalhousie Inc.||The proponent is proposing an expansion of the existing confined disposal cells located at the Port of Dalhousie in order to accommodate the disposal of dredge material form the routine maintenance dredging of the wharf’s berthage area.||York||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/07/18|
|2008/05/01||1157||Department of Transportation||The proponent is proposing to replace the Little Bouctouche River Bridge No. 1. This would consist of the removal of the existing wooden structure, modifying the east and west bridge approaches and the construction of a three span concrete bridge.||Kent||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2016/09/02|
|2008/05/04||1156||UPM – Kymmene Miramichi Inc.||In December 2007, a paper mill in Miramichi owned by UPM Kymmene Mriamichi Inc. (UPM Miramichi) announced closure of it operations due to economic circumstances. As a result, the company is proposing to decommission this facility and related infrastructure (i.e. wastewater treatment system, water supply system, and engineered solid waste landfill). The company’s intentions are to fully decommission the area into a green field area suitable for future industrial use, where applicable.||Northumberland||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/10/10|
|2008/05/13||1158||Nature’s Crops International||Nature’s Crops International is proposing to introduce a non-indigenous oilseed crop (echium) in the middle to upper Saint John River Valley. Echium will originally be grown on a trial basis in order to provide data on the risk of escape and invasiveness of the species. The trial will also lead to the identification of specific control and monitoring practices for possible commercial production.||Carleton, Victoria||Danny Stymiest||Awaiting additional information|
|2008/05/26||1159||Graymont Inc.||Demolition of former LaFarge Cement Plant. Graymont acquired the former LaFarge cement plant properties. The proposed project consists of the demolition of many of the buildings and infrastructure associated with the plant and remediation of the site
||Kings||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/05/31|
|2008/05/27||1160||Wong Wing Foods Inc. (a Division of McCain Foods Limited)||This project is the proposed decommissioning of a waste water treatment facility near Belleisle Creek, about 15 km east of Sussex.||Kings||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/27|
|2008/06/16||1161||Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Small Craft Harbours Branch.||
The project entails construction of a new breakwater at Beaver Harbour, to be located southeast of the existing breakwater wharf. At the same time, the proponent will implement other improvements at the harbour, including drilling, blasting and infilling at the base of a shoreline cliff to create a new service area for the harbour, and installation of a new floating wharf, dredging, and the reconstruction of an existing wharf.
|Charlotte||Bernie Doucet||Determination review in progress|
|2008/07/04||1162||Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Limited||Brunswick Pipeline Project Alignment Adjustment - consists of the construction and operation of an NPS 30 (National Pipeline Std. 762 mm Outside Diameter) subsurface pipeline approximately 1.5 km in length in Saint John. The adjustment to the alignment was identifed as part of the National Energy Board detailed routing process, to avoid an active gravel pit.||Saint John||David Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/07/30|
|2008/08/07||1163||Department of Local Government||Further to project number 1071, the proponent is proposing to conduct additional groundwater exploration and develop a back-up potable water supply to service users in the general vicinity of Penobsquis.||Kings||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/03/27|
|2008/08/11||1164||Delco Forest Products Ltd.||Delco Biomass Energy Plant – The proponent is proposing to construct and operate a biomass-fueled, steam powered energy plant that will produce approximately 4.6 MW of supplied electricity to the New Brunswick Power grid, with some steam being directed to the sawmill located in West Branch. The sawmill currently operates a diesel-fuelled boiler which will only be used when the biomass energy plant is not operational.||Kent||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/12/08|
|2008/08/15||1165||Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc.- New Brunswick Division||Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc.- New Brunswick Division is proposing to expand the existing substation located on the Penobsquis mine site and install a 60 m extension to the existing power transmission line. The expansion is required to accommodate the additional power that will be required for the Picadilly mine currently under construction.||Kings||Bernie Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/03/11|
|2008/08/18||1166||Town of Hampton||Groundwater exploration for the purposes of locating a new municipal groundwater supply within the Town of Hampton limits.||Kings||Crystale Harty||Determination review in progress|
|2008/08/18||1167||Newalta Industrial Services Inc.||The proponent is proposing to add improvements to an existing waste transfer and recycling facility in Sussex to allow the facility to accept additional types of hazardous materials including gasses (propane., oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine, etc.), flammable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, toxics, water reactive substances, corrosives, oxidizers, leachate toxic materials and substances susceptible to spontaneous combustion. No on-site waste disposal is proposed as a part of this project.||Kings||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/09/25|
|2008/08/27||1168||Lamèque Wind Power LP / Acciona||Lamèque Wind Power LP/Acciona is proposing to construct and operate a wind energy facility in Lamèque, NB. The project includes the construction of 33 wind turbine generators, as well as a transmission line to connect to the existing NB Power grid.||Gloucester County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/03/10|
|2008/08/27||1169||Village of Saint-François||Groundwater exploration project – The proponent is proposing to explore for a new municipal water supply source and to carry out improvements to the potable water distribution system in the Village of Saint-François.||Madawaska||Pierre Doucet||Cancelled|
|2008/08/27||1170||Poirier Enterprises Ltd.||Mini Farm Estates—Poirier Enterprises Ltd. is proposing the extension of the existing subdivision by developing 24 residential lots near Irishtown, NB, with the possibility of adding a further 30-40 lots in future phases.||Westmorland County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/07/06|
|2008/09/03||1171||Ossekeag Place of Hampton United Church||Ossekeag Place – The proponent is proposing to develop a three-storey, 32-unit, non-profit senior’s apartment complex, located to the south-east of Robb Court in Hampton. The water supply for this development would be provided by a single groundwater well.
||Kings||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/09/30|
|2008/09/05||1172||Sisson Mines Ltd. (Northcliffe Resources Ltd.)||The proposed project consists of constructing and operating a molybdenum/tungsten open pit mine and ore processing facility at a site located approximately 100 km northwest of Fredericton.||York||Lee Swanson||EIA Approval Issued||2015/12/03|
|2008/09/18||1173||NB Department of Transportation||Route 7 Highland Road Ramps Project - consists of the construction and operation of highway ramps off of Route 7 at the Highland Road into Grand Bay – Westfield. This will provide public access to Route 7 at the Highland Road in both traffic directions.
||Kings||David Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/10/24|
|2008/09/18||1174||O’Leary Ventures Ltd||The proponent is proposing to construct and operate a car wash located in the Town of Grand Bay-Westfield. The car wash will have four wash bays and will be open for public use 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.||Kings||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/05/11|
|2008/09/22||1175||Corridor Resources Inc.||The proposed project consists of the expansion of the existing McCully natural gas production and gathering system. The expansion will include the construction of a 3.4 km pipeline which will tie Well Pad I-39 into Corridor’s existing natural gas gathering system in the Penobsquis area.||Kings||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2008/12/12|
|2008/09/25||1176||AbitibiBowater Inc.||In January 2008, the Bowater Maritimes Inc. pulp and paper mill in Dalhousie owned by AbitibiBowater Inc. was closed due to poor economic conditions. As a result of the closure decision, the company is proposing to decommission and demolish this facility. The decommissioning is proposed to occur in three phases over a period of not more than two years, as follows: Phase 1 - Removal of chemicals and hazardous materials, and securing the site to ensure no environmental damage or public liability from the presence of remaining equipment and its contents; Phase 2 - Removal of assets to be used at other AbitibiBowater operations followed by the sale of other equipment; and Phase 3 - Dismantling and sale for scrap of assets that cannot be sold and demolition of the remaining structures.||Restgouche||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/28|
|2008/10/03||1178||Scandinavian Village||Scandinavian Village is a tourism development which includes approximately 40 cottages, restaurant, spa, a communal groundwater supply and a communal septic system, to be located near Grand Barachois, NB.||Westmorland County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/04/03|
|2008/10/08||1179||Acciona Wind Energy Canada Inc.||The proposed project includes construction and operation of a 64.5 MW wind energy facility. The facility consists of 43 wind turbines located close to Aulac in Westmorland County.||Westmorland||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/01/26|
|2008/10/23||1180||Weyerhaeuser Company Limited||In January 2007, the Weyerhaeuser Oriented Strand Board (OSB) facility in Miramichi was closed due to unfavorable economic conditions. As a result of the closure decision, the company is proposing to decommission the OSB facility and wood waste disposal pile. The decommissioning is proposed to occur in five phases which will include the removal of equipment, hazardous material, wastewater/process water, chemical and petroleum wastes, aboveground storage tanks, and the demolition of various buildings.||Miramichi||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/06/25|
|2008/10/27||1181||Municipality of Clair||The Municipality of Clair is currently undertaking a groundwater exploration program for a proposed water supply expansion project.||Madawaska||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2012/05/08|
|2008/11/03||1182||New Brunswick Department of Transportation||Pointe du Chêne Bridge – The proponent is proposing to demolish the existing bridge and construct a new bridge with three 2.4 m diameter culverts on the same roadway alignment. The new bridge would be at a higher elevation to ensure a means of egress for emergency evacuation during storm surges.||Westmorland||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/02/18|
|2008/11/07||1183||Black Brook Energy Limited Partnership||The proposed project consists of the construction and operation of a biomass-fired energy plant (boiler) that will produce steam for nearby steam hosts and renewable electricity for the NB grid.||Madawaska||Shawn Hamilton||Withdrawn by Proponent|
|2008/11/07||1184||Fredericton Area Pollution Control Commission (FAPCC)||The proposed project consists of upgrading the existing wastewater treatment plant currently servicing the City of Fredericton.||York||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/07/30|
|2008/11/18||1186||Carleton Environmental Solutions Ltd.||The proponent, Carleton Environmental Solutions ltd, is proposing to construct and operate a municipal bio-solids handling facility in the Town of Woodstock, NB.||Carleton County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/02/09|
|2008/11/26||1187||NB Power||The project consists of the permanent operation of one of the three boiler units at the Coleson Cove Generating Station so that it is capable of co-firing petroleum coke with heavy fuel oil.||Saint John County||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/03/11|
|2008/12/02||1188||Grand Bay-Westfield Commercial Core Collector Road||The proponent, the Village of Grand Bay-Westfield, is proposing to construct a commercial core collector road joining Route 7, at Grand Bay-Westfield, NB.||Kings County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/09/25|
|2008/12/03||1189||Atocatière Chiasson Ltée/Chiasson Cranberries Ltd.||The proposed project involves the development of a 17 acre peat harvesting operation on peatland # 531 in the Inkerman Ferry area. This site previously underwent an EIA review for the construction of a 30 acre cranberry development. However, the proponent is now proposing to harvest this peat (in lieu of removing it using conventional construction equipment) prior to the construction of the cranberry development. This is considered a modification to the original project and therefore requires registration under EIA.||Gloucester||Danny Stymiest||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/04/07|
|2008/12/15||1190||General Chemical Performance Products Ltd. (General Chemical)||The proposed project involves the dewatering and capping of the existing High Clay Alumina (HCS) sediment pond at the Dalhousie Junction, NB plant. An engineered soil cap is proposed for the site, including grading and stabilization of the site.||Restigouche||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/02/12|
|2008/12/19||1191||Ocean Spray Agriculture Supply Canada Corp.||The proponent is proposing to develop approximately 775 hectares of cranberry beds in the Rogersville Area/. The Development is proposed to occur over a 5yr period.||Kent||Kim Allen||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/05/29|
|2009/01/05||1192||Lake Utopia Paper (Division of J. D. Irving, Limited)||The proposed project involves the construction and operation of a new biomass boiler at an existing Lake Utopia Paper mill in Utopia, near St. George, New Brunswick.||Charlotte||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/09/15|
|2009/01/07||1193||Sani-Way Ltd.||This project involves a septage dewatering facility, operated by Sani-Way Ltd, in the City of Edmundston, NB.||Madawaska County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/06/04|
|2009/01/09||1194||Village of Hillsborough||The Village of Hillsborough is experiencing high turbidity levels with their existing well No. 2 (which was commissioned in February 2008). The Village is therefore proposing to develop a new potable water supply for their municipal system to replace the existing well No. 2.||Albert||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/12/22|
|2009/01/13||1195||Village of Charlo||Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade – The proponent is proposing to upgrade its existing wastewater treatment plant by constructing an additional lagoon.||Restigouche||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/04/12|
|2009/01/19||1196||Irving Oil||Irving Oil is proposing to construct a 914 m
(3000 ft) crude oil pipeline along the Canaport™ LNGLP multi Purpose Pier to offload and transport crude oil to the Irving Canaport Terminal. The pipeline would provide an optional offloading facility capable of handling most of the shipments
made to the present monobuoy.
|Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Withdrawn by Proponent|
|2009/01/22||1197||PCI Chemicals Canada (OLIN)||Olin has ceased operation at its chemical production facilities in Dalhousie and its industrial waste disposal facility in Dalhousie Junction. The proponent has therefore registered the decommissioning of these facilities under the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulation.||Restigouche||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/02/11|
|2009/01/26||1198||635129 N.B. Ltd.||The Woods at Westfield – The proponent is proposing to develop a residential development with a commercial component in Grand Bay-Westfield. It would ultimately feature about 561 new single-family detached residential estate properties, one multi-residential unit and two commercial units spread over 344.2 hectares.
||Kings||Pierre Doucet||Awaiting additional information|
|2009/01/28||1199||Corridor Resources Inc.||Corridor Resources Inc. is proposing to undertake exploration well testing of Well G-36 in order to determine if it will be a viable oil production well.||Kings||Shawn Hamilton||Inactive|
|2009/02/04||1200||Edmundston Energy||Edmundston Energy is proposing to construct a new 3.5 MW hydroelectric facility adjacent to the dam on the Madawaska River within the city of Edmundston. The proposed project consists of an intake, powerhouse and tailrace, and a substation.||Madawaska||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/06/18|
|2009/02/17||1201||New Brunswick Power Transmission Corporation (NB Power Transmission)||NB Power Transmission is proposing to rebuild the existing 69kV Transmission Line 0013 from the substation in Six Roads to structure 684A in Shippagan, NB, and to operate and maintain this line for several decades.
||Gloucester||Shwan Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/10/05|
|2009/02/18||1202||Rural Community of Saint-André||New Wastewater Treatment Plant – The proponent is proposing to construct and operate a new wastewater treatment plant to service the entire territory of the Rural Community of Saint-André. This facility would be located along the Saint John River, in front of Després Street.
||Madawaska||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued|
|2009/02/24||1203||Village of Doaktown upgrade to Wastewater treatment plant.||The Village of Doaktown is proposing an upgrade to the municipal wastewater treatment plant, including reconstruction of the existing lagoon and construction of an engineered wetland.||Northumberland County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/11/27|
|2009/03/19||1204||Irving Oil Limited||Reliability and Optimization Project – The proponent is proposing to undertake modifications to the Residual Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Unit (RFCCU) and the Gasoline Desulphurization Unit (GDU) at its existing Saint John refinery in order to enhance their reliability and optimize their production.
||Saint John||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/06/10|
|2009/03/25||1205||Envirem Technologies Inc.||Recycling of Supplemental Wastewater Feedstock – The proponent is proposing to introduce a supplemental wastewater feedstock to its existing digester plant located in Bayside. This wastewater would originate from oil and gas exploration drilling, well fracturing and production maintenance projects ongoing locally within the southern region of New Brunswick.
|2009/03/30||1206||Laforge Biogas||The proponent, Jacques Laforge, proposes to construct and operate a biogas digester and generator near St. André, NB. The digester will generate electricity using manure and other organic wastes.||Madawaska County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/06/01|
|2009/03/31||1207||NB Power Transmission||The proposed project consists of constructing, operating, and maintaining a 69 kV transmission line that will connect the Nepisiguit Falls Generating Station to the 69 kV electrical grid. Phase I includes:
||Gloucester||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/09/15|
|2009/04/01||1208||Fornebu Development Corporation||Fornebu Development Corporation is proposing to decommission the former UPM Kymmene Groundwood Mill located in Miramichi. The company’s intentions are to fully decommission the area into a reclaimed brownfield area suitable for future industrial use, where applicable.||Northumberland||Dave Maguire||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/01/27|
|2009/04/07||1209||Department of Supply and Services||Department of Supply and Services is proposing to construct a new facultative lagoon for the “Commission des égouts d’Allardville”. A new outfall pipe will be installed in order to discharge the effluent at a location where the stream will provide a greater dilution factor. The outfall will be approximately 1.78 km long. There are also plans to modify the existing facultative lagoon to a constructed wetland.||Gloucester||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/09/11|
|2009/04/16||1211||Village of Cap-Pelé||The Village of Cap-Pelé is proposing to expand their existing wastewater treatment lagoon to improve its capacity. The proposed project will include the construction of 3 new aerated cells, a new UV disinfection facility, and an additional blower building.||Westmorland||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/04/12|
|2009/04/17||1210||Village of Saint-Antoine||Upgrade of McKees Road Wastewater Treatment Plant – The proponent is proposing to expand its existing lagoon by constructing two new aerated cells outside of the existing lagoon footprint and transforming the existing lagoon into a polishing cell. Ancillary facilities would also be upgraded as part of this project.
||Kent||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/08/23|
|2009/04/28||1212||Village of Clair||Modification of existing lagoon – The proponent is proposing to modify the existing wastewater treatment lagoon and to construct a new pumping station due to damages suffered during the 2008 flooding events.
||Madawaska||Pierre Doucet||Awaiting additional information|
|2009/05/06||1213||Port of Belledune Expansion||The proponent, the Port of Belledune, is proposing to dredge the Harbour and deposit the dredged material in marine cells in order to expand the area of the Port.||Restigouche County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/06/01|
|2009/05/07||1214||Silverbirch Hotels & Resorts LP||The proposed project is an environmental improvement project involving an up-grade to the existing wastewater treatment system.||York||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/07/21|
|2009/05/11||1215||Greater Shediac Sewerage Commission||This project consists of the proposed construction and operation of a new aerated sewage lagoon outside of the existing lagoon footprint; repurposing of the existing lagoon as a polishing cell; and the construction of a new lift station and blower building. This new configuration will service the new sewer collection system for Scoudouc Road, Scoudouc LSD, and the new Harbourview Estates subdivision and enable the facility to meet the the standards set by the 2006 Atlantic Canada Wastewater Guidelines Manual (ACWGM).||Westmorland||Kim Allen||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/11/13|
|2009/06/18||1216||Village of Memramcook||Replacement of Well No. 2 – The proponent is proposing to replace its existing Well No. 2 with a new deeper well that will have an increased pumping rate.||Westmorland||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/11/20|
|2009/06/25||1217||Fornebu Lumber Company Inc||In January 2009, Fornebu Lumber Company Inc. assumed ownership of the former UPM Miramichi Blackville Lumber Mill. The current owner has determined that there is no possibility of continued or future operation of the mill on their part. The company is therefore proposing to fully decommission this facility and related infrastructure and reinstate the site into a green field area suitable for future industrial use, where applicable.
|2009/07/08||1219||Village of Belledune||The project consists of the construction of a new Sanitary Sewer Collection System and Aerated Lagoon with an outfall in the Chaleurs Bay to service the Belledune West area. Approximately 370 residential and commercial units would be connected to the new system, which stretches on 10.7 km of roadway.
||Restigouche||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/02/25|
|2009/07/09||1220||Black’s Harbour Wharf Expansion||The proponent, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans-Small Craft Harbours (DFO-SCH), is proposing to expand the Black’s Harbour Wharf.||Charlotte County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/09/28|
|2009/07/09||1221||Seeley’s Cove Harbour Dredging and Wharf Expansion||The proponent, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans-Small Craft Harbours (DFO-SCH), is proposing to dredge the Harbour and expand the Seeley’s Cove Wharf.||Charlotte||Kim Allen||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/09/28|
|2009/07/28||1222||AV Nackawic Inc.||AV Nackawic Inc. is proposing to increase the capacity of their recovery boiler by installing a separate fan and scrubber on the smelt dissolving tank. This modification will allow the company to increase their production of finished pulp by 50 tonnes/day.
||York||Shawn Hamilton||Determination Review in Progress|
|2009/07/31||1223||GDF Suez Energy North America||Caribou Wind Park – Phase II – The proponent is proposing to construct, operate and maintain the second phase of a wind park located on approximately 11 800 ha of provincial Crown land approximately 50 km west of Bathurst. This second phase would produce up to 100 MW of renewable energy, in addition to the 99 MW of Phase I.
||Restigouche and Northumberland||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/12-04|
|2009/08/10||1224||B & W Contracting Ltd.||Development of a Residential Seniors Complex – Apohaqui, NB. The proponent is proposing to construct a residential seniors’ complex consisting of approximately 49 condominiums requiring a groundwater supply greater than 50 m3/day be developed.
||Kings||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/04/23|
|2009/08/17||1225||Ocean Surf Ltd.||Ocean Surf Campground Extension - Pointe-du-chêne, NB. The proponent is proposing to expand the existing campground to add an additional 200 campsites.||Westmorland||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/09/24|
|2009/08/18||1226||Department of Transportation||Upgrade of Route 17 – Victoria County. The proponent is proposing to upgrade 5 km of Route 17 between Mud Brook and Hammond Gate Road in Victoria County, NB. The project includes the creation of passing opportunities, improved grades, upgrades to rail requirements and increased shoulder widths.
||Victoria||Chris Dingley||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/09|
|2009/08/19||1227||Irving Oil Refining G.P.||The proponent is proposing to construct and operate a distillation tower at the refinery to reduce the benzene content in gasoline.||Saint John||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/12/07|
|2009/08/21||1228||Village of Memramcook||Memramcook Water System – 30 Year Projection – The proponent is proposing to conduct a water study to establish the groundwater profiles throughout its boundaries. The proposed water supply would be used to provide the entire village with a municipal water system in the future.||Westmorland||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2016/03/24|
|2009/08/21||1229||J. D. Irving Limited||The project consists of the construction and operation of a biomass thermal plant and a pellet plant. The biomass thermal plant will be fuelled by biomass and rated at a maximum output of 32,000 kW. The pellet plant will consist of manufacturing equipment to produce residential, commercial and industrial grade wood pellet products.||Madawaska||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/11/06|
|2009/08/21||1230||Connors Bros. Clover Leaf Seafoods Company||The proponent is proposing to upgrade their existing Fish Processing Plant Wastewater Treatment System in the Village of Blacks Harbour. The new system will reduce the levels of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Total Suspended Solids (TSS) being discharged into Blacks Harbour.||Charlotte||Chris Dingley||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/11/10|
|2009/08/28||1231||AV Nackawic Inc.||AV Nackawic Inc. is proposing to burn tire derived fuel (TDF) in their power boiler. A trial will be conducted over a 7 day period to perform the necessary environmental testing. If the trial is successful, the company will follow-up with a more detailed report as part of the environmental impact assessment registration.||York||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2012/01/17|
|2009/09/08||1232||Graymont (NB) Inc.||The project consists of modification of the fuel feed system for the lime kiln so that it is capable of burning petroleum coke.||Kings||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/08/04|
|2009/09/14||1233||Currie Estates 2007 Inc.||Currie Estates Mini-Home Subdivision – The proponent is proposing to construct a mini-home subdivision located off the Wilsey Road in the Fredericton area consisting of approximately 72 lots requiring a groundwater supply greater than 50 m3/day be developed.
|2009/09/14||1234||Village of Doaktown||Groundwater Exploration
Program - The proponent is
proposing to drill exploratory
wells in a variety of locations in order to locate an appropriate groundwater source to supplement their current water supply.
|Northumberland||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/10/05|
|2009/09/15||1235||Tire Recycling Atlantic Canada Corp (TRACC)||The project includes importing scrap tires into the Province for processing at the existing tire recycling facility in Minto.||Sunbury||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/08/24|
|2009/09/21||1236||Village of Caraquet||The project consists of constructing a second retention pond in order to increase the capacity of the Landry Street site in Caraquet.||Gloucester||Katie Pettie||Cancelled|
|2009/09/21||1238||TransAlta Corporation||TransAlta Corporation is proposing to expand the Kent Hills Wind Farm. The current wind farm is comprised of 32 wind turbines which generate a total capacity of 96 MW. The proposed expansion will consist of 18 additional wind turbines for a total of 50 turbines and a total wind farm capacity of 150 MW, using the existing 138 kV transmission line to connect into the NB electrical grid.||Albert||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2009/12/18|
|2009/09/22||1237||City of Saint John||Marsh Creek Stormwater Diversion System – the project consists of construction of a stormwater diversion system to reduce the risk of flooding in the Marsh Creek area. The system will divert excess rainfall runoff during significant rainfall events from the upper watershed to Drury Cove and ultimately the Kennebecasis River.
||St. John||Kim Allen||Cancelled|
|2009/10/01||1239||Supreme Home||Vertical Well Geothermal System, Tracadie-Sheila, NB. The proponent is proposing to construct a geothermal heating system for their building in the Tracadie-Sheila Industrial Park requiring a groundwater supply greater than 50 m3/day be developed.
||Gloucester||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/05/03|
|2009/10/15||1240||Department of Transportation||The Project consists of the expansion of approximately 8 km of existing four-lane divided highway of Route 1 to a six-lane Level I controlled access highway. The expansion will be located between the Route 100 Interchange in Saint John and the Route 111 Interchange in Rothesay. The project also includes the construction of the Fox Farm Connector Road and minor modifications to the Route 100, 111, and Fox Farm Road Interchanges.||Saint John / Kings||Chris Dingley||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/15|
|2009/10/22||1241||Royal Parkway Condominium Development||The proponent, Galbraith Construction ltd, is proposing the construction of 2, 12-unit condominiums on Royal Parkway, Saint John, NB.||St. John County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/04/01|
|2009/11/02||1242||Gilles Martin||Cranberry Development – The proponent is proposing to establish a cranberry development on his property in Richibouctou-Village. The site in question would have an area of approximately 4 hectares.||Kent||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/03/18|
|2009/11/09||1243||Jolly Farmer Products Inc.||The proposed project consists of a new well and a new pipeline along Highway 105 to convey water to the farm. A water flow of 380 cubic meters per day is sought.||Carleton||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/05/21|
|2009/12/03||1244||NB Power Generation Corporation||NB Power Generation Corporation is proposing to decommission, demolish and or cap existing infrastructure associated with the Grand Lake Generating Station. The proposed project is scheduled to occur in 11 phases over a 3 year period.||Queens||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/05/06|
|2009/12/15||1245||Town of St. Andrews||The proponent is proposing to upgrade their existing wastewater treatment plant to convert the existing Pond 2 to an aerated lagoon, the installation of a disinfection system and SCADA system and upgrading the existing pumping system in order to increase the system capacity.
||Charlotte||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/26|
|2009/12/15||1246||Department of Local Government||The proponent is proposing to
conduct groundwater exploration and develop a potable water supply to service users in the Château Heights subdivision.
|York||Shawn Hamilton||Withdrawn by proponent||2015/02/11|
|2010/01/20||1247||PotashCorp||PotashCorp is proposing the demolition of many buildings that are currently located at the Cassidy Lake Mine Site. Approximately 22 buildings/structures will be demolished as part of this project. The scope of the project does not include the 34 ha lined Tailings Management Area, including the Brine Storage Pond.||Kings||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/06/04|
|2010/01/20||1248||Bhullar Cranberry Development||The proponent is proposing to construct and operate 58 hectares of cranberry beds on 3 parcels totalling 220 hectares in the Bathurst area for Phase 1, with additional beds to be constructed on adjacent properties in Phase 2 at a later date.||Gloucester||Kim Allen||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/09|
|2010/01/22||1249||Old Dutch Foods Ltd. Hartland Production Facility Upgrade||The proponent is proposing to replace their existing aerated lagoon wastewater treatment facility with an aerobic membrane bioreactor (MBR) system to address current effluent quality issues and future effluent capacity. The proponent is also proposing to expand the existing production facility to accommodate a 50% increase in production.
||Carleton||Kim Allen||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/05/03|
|2010/02/03||1250||Daniels Sharpsmart Canada Limted||Biomedical Waste Management Facility – The proponent is proposing to commission a biomedical waste processing plant at their existing biomedical waste transfer station in the Moncton Industrial Park.
||Westmorland||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/05/19|
|2010/02/11||1251||Village of New Maryland||The proposed project involves the decommissioning of the existing Baker Brook Court Waste Stabilization Pond (WSP). This wastewater treatment facility currently treats raw sanitary sewage from all existing eleven residences within the Baker
Brook Court Subdivision. A new sanitary sewer collection system in Baker Brook Court will convey all wastewater to the existing waste water treatment plant, which is located near Springwater Place subdivision.
|York||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/05/21|
|2010/02/25||1252||AV Cell Inc.||AV Cell Inc. is proposing to construct a new Anaerobic Treatment Plant at the Athoville dissolving grade sulphite pulp mill. The project involves the addition of an anaerobic effluent treatment plant system consisting of one internal circulation reactor, one feed tank, associated piping and equipment, one biogas holding tank, one biogas flare and biogas pipeline and associated equipment to direct the biogas to AV Cell’s woodwaste boiler for combustion.||Restigouche||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/14|
|2010/03/08||1253||Kria Resources Ltd.||Kria Resources is proposing to develop an underground base metal mine at Halfmile Lake located approximately 60 km southwest of Bathurst. Ore will be crushed on site and transported to the mill at the Brunswick 12 mine.||Northumberland||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/10/06|
|2010/03/11||1254||Department of Transportation||The project consists of replacing the existing two lane, steel truss bridge between Clair, New Brunswick and Fort Kent, Maine.||Madawaska||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/05/16|
|2010/03/31||1255||Town of Bouctouche||Groundwater Exploration Program - The proponent is proposing to drill exploratory wells in a variety of locations in order to locate an appropriate groundwater source to supply potable drinking water.||Kent||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2014/03/27|
|2010/03/31||1256||Irving Oil Limited||Irving Oil Limited is proposing to construct and operate a biodiesel production plant in the Grandview Industrial Park. The project will be located within the existing Irving Oil Refinery. The biodiesel plant will convert feedstock, including refurbished cooking grease, animal fats, vegetable oils and agricultural seed oils, into biodiesel for sale to diesel manufacturers or distributors for blending in order to comply with upcoming regulations.||Saint John||Shawn Hamilton||Cancelled|
|2010/04/12||1257||Boréal Aquaculture||The proponent is proposing to upgrade their existing water and wastewater systems at their aquaculture facility in Bas-Caraquet.||Gloucester||Katie Pettie||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/10/15|
|2010/04/14||1258||L&C Munn Development Inc.||Expansion of Popple Hill Estates Subdivision – The proponent is proposing to expand the existing 17-lot Popple Hill Estates subdivision, located off Route 10, just outside Fredericton, by adding 15 new lots.||York||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/09/22|
|2010/05/27||1259||Cranneberges Mel Syl Mir||The proposed project consists of developing 9.4 acres of cranberry beds and an adjacent 3.1 acre water reservoir, situated on a 25 acre privately owned parcel of land.||Kent||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/10/27|
|2010/06/02||1260||Town of Rothesay||The proponent is proposing to construct a new potable water transmission line (approximately 3.5 kilometers in length), a water reservoir tank and a crossing under Route 1 and associated access roads.||Kings||Sheila Goucher||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/09/01|
|2010/06/09||1261||Sunbury Developments Corporation||Forest Park Estates is a subdivision development in Noonan where Phase 4B is being proposed. This phase consists of seven additional lots that are one acre or more in size.
||Sunbury||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/07/30|
|2010/06/18||1262||True North Salmon Company Ltd. Protein Recovery & Wastewater Treatment Facility||The proponent is proposing to construct a protein recovery plant utilizing a modern protein extraction technology, including a scrubber system and waste water treatment system, in Blacks Harbour, NB.
||Charlotte||Kim Allen||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/01/10|
|2010/06/30||1263||AV Nackawic Lime Kiln Upgrade for Energy Efficiency and Lime Mud Recycling Project||The project consists of various upgrades to the existing lime kiln system at the AV Nackawic dissolving grade pulp mill. The upgrades will increase the lime recycling capacity and overall efficiency of the lime kiln system to increase the ability to recycle lime mud to meet the needs of the pulping process. No pulp production increase will result from the project.||York||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/10/14|
|2010/07/13||1264||Groundwater Exploration – Penobsquis Regional Water System||The proposed project will involve the identification of three drilling targets followed by well drilling and testing. These potential water supply wells would act as a back-up supply for existing Penobsquis Regional Water System.
||Kings||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of Determination Issued||2016/05/03|
|2010/07/19||1265||New Brunswick Department of Supply and Services||Improvement Project at the Bas-Caraquet Marine Center – The proponent is proposing to replace the existing steel cradle frame railway dry dock in the Bas-Caraquet industrial Park. The proposed project would include the construction of launching piers for the operation of a new 600-ton boat hoist and the construction of a ramp to retrieve and launch large barges.
||Gloucester||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/09/16|
|2010/07/20||1266||Dredging and Disposal of Marine Sediments - Shippagan||The proponent, Department of Supply and Services, is proposing to dredge the harbor at the Port of Shippagan and dispose of the dredged material in the former Shippagan wastewater lagoon.
|2010/08/08||1267||Tannery Court Cooperative – 287 Brookside Drive, Fredericton, NB.||The proponent, Tannery Court Cooperative Ltd, is proposing the construction of a 36-unit affordable housing complex at 287 Brookside Drive, Fredericton.||York County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/09/08|
|2010/08/13||1268||Greater Moncton Sewerage Commission||Long Term Sustainble Wastewater Collection and Treatment Strategy – The proponent is proposing to undertake a variety of new infrastructure projects in order to improve their wastewater collection and treatment systems. The first element is a pilot project for an advanced biological treatment system.||Westmorland and Albert||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2016/03/03|
|2010/08/18||1269||Route 11 Upgrading – Shediac to Richibucto||The proponent, NB Department of Transportation, is proposing upgrades to the sections of Route 11 between Shediac and Richibucto, including twinning the existing highway.
||Westmorland and Kent||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2012/10/02|
|2010/09/14||1271||Twin Rivers Obsolete Rail Road Ties Fuel Blending Project||The proponent, Twin Rivers Paper Ltd., is proposing to import and burn used, obsolete rail road ties as a secondary fuel source for their mill in Edmundston.||Madawaska County||Crystale Harty||Cancelled||2015/12/15|
|2010/10/01||1272||Peatland Development of Bog 304A||The proponents, Jiffy Products ltd. and Acadian Peat Moss ltd. are proposing the development of peat bog 304A, approximately 10 km west of Pointe-Sapin, and will include the construction of access roads and a drainage channel system.
||Kent||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/1/25|
|2010/10/01||1273||Castle Resources Inc||The proposed project consists of constructing and operating an open pit gold mine at a site located approximately 20 km northwest of Bathurst. The ore will be crushed on site and transported off site to an existing approved facility for processing.||Gloucester||Sheila Goucher||On Hold/Inactive|
|2010/10/01||1274||American Iron & Metal LP||The Project consists of the installation of a metal shredding facility at the existing metal recycling facility at the Port of Saint John. The feed material will consist of light iron (household appliances) and auto bodies from the Atlantic Provinces and Maine.||Saint John||Chris Dingley||Certificate of Determination Issued||2010/12/22|
|2010/10/01||1276||Buckmans Creek Fish Hatchery Upgrade||The proponent, Kelly Cove Salmon Ltd, is proposing upgrades to the existing Buckmans Creek Hatchery, including developing a new water supply, constructing a wetland for wastewater treatment, and re-locating the effluent discharge for a higher dilution rate. The facility is located near Pennfield, Charlotte County, NB.||Charlotte County||Crystale Harty||Certificate of Determination Issued|
|2010/10/19||1275||Village of Saint-Antoine||Expansion of Saint-Antoine Industrial Park – The proponent is proposing to expand its existing industrial park to an area located behind the Renaud Road Wastewater Treatment Plant, extending from Henri Street. The preliminary expansion would contain enough space to potentially develop 15 lots over approximately 16 hectares.
||Kent||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/01/10|
|2010/12/06||1277||Town of Quispamsis||Ritchie Lake Wastewater Line Installation – The proponent is proposing to construct a wastewater pipeline in the Pettingill Road/Cedar Grove Drive area. The proposed trunk sewer will follow the alignment of the existing CN right-of-way and connect to the existing wastewater system.
|2010/12/06||1278||Town of Quispamsis||Hampton Road Wastewater Line Installation – The proponent is proposing to construct a wastewater pipeline to extend municipal services to the east of the Gondola Point Arterial and possible future developments. The project includes a gravity sewer, a force main and two wastewater pumping stations.
|2010/12/08||1279||Department of Transportation||Upgrade of Route 17 – The proponent is proposing to upgrade Route 17 between Violette Brook and Hammond Lake Brook in Victoria County, NB. The project includes the creation of passing opportunities, improved grades, upgrades to rail requirements and increased shoulder widths.||Victoria||Chris Dingley||Certificate of Determination Issued||2011/12/23|
|2010/12/13||1280||City of Miramichi||Unused Water Supply Wells Review – The proponent is proposing to test a number of former municipal water supply wells to determine if they are suitable for redevelopment or if they should be decommissioned.
||Northumberland||Pierre Doucet||Awaiting additional information|
|2010/12/22||1281||SNC Lavalin Construction (Atlantic) Inc : Princess Margaret Bridge Embankment Extension||The proponent is proposing to replace some concrete abutments under the Princess Margaret Bridge with an earthen embankment, as part of the ongoing repairs to the bridge. This will impact the flood zone and wetlands adjacent/under the northern end of the bridge.||York County||Crystale Harty||Cancelled|
|2010/12/23||1282||Sprott Power Corp.||Pokeshaw/Grande-Anse Wind Farm – The proponent is proposing to construct, operate and maintain a wind power project of up to 13 turbines in the Pokeshaw and Grande-Anse areas||Gloucester||Pierre Doucet||Awaiting additional information|