MBN has submitted numerous RSCs and are familiar with the process and reporting requirements under Ontario Regulation 153/04, as amended. MBN works with home builders and land development firms to maximize the potential of each Site, balancing the client’s site plan proposals with the environmental requirements. One approach has involved the division of larger sites into smaller legal parcels. These parcels are typically either considered ‘contaminated’ or ‘not contaminated’. Due to the fact that the ‘non-contaminated’ RSC submittals do not involve the completion of active remediation and/or the development of risk management measures, these RSCs are generally more quickly acknowledged by MECP, allowing development to proceed on the ‘non-contaminated’ parcel.