CSAP Members Area

CSAP accepts submissions as electronic packages either on memory sticks or by FTP links. Each submission should be accompanied by a hard copy of the cheque or bank transfer slip for the CSAP fees and a hard copy of the cheque or a written note to pay by invoice for the ENV fees. Applications received electronically as FTP link will be logged in as soon as the physical cheque or bank transfer is received by CSAP office. For bank deposit information, please contact Anna at apopova@csapsociety.bc.ca

ENV clarification regarding contact email address

All enquiries regarding applications, whether they be from APs, QPs, clients/industry or even internal to government, be submitted to the Client Information Officer at csp_cio@victoria1.gov.bc.ca .

Any other enquiries are to be sent to the email addresses specified on our Contact Us webpage. For examples Site ID related questions go to SiteID@gov.bc.ca and technical questions would be submitted to remediationFAQs@gov.bc.ca

CLICK here for P6 Submission Package Forms (updated Jan 4, 2022)

CSR Stage 13 Amendments

The CSR Stage 13 Amendments effective Feb 1st introduce many changes to the instrument application requirements and process, below are some links that maybe helpful in navigating the modernized ENV website.

CSR Stage 13 Amendments

More information about ENV updates, webinars registration, up-coming changes can be found here: Site Remediation News

**NOTE** Access to Member Services (former Online Submissions Manager) is currently available; however, applications cannot be made.

You can complete the following tasks through the
CSAP Member Services (former Online Submission Manager):


Protocols

Protocols are technical procedures that are legally required under the Contaminated Sites Regulation.

Visit the Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy website.

Procedures

Procedures are used by Ministry of Environment staff to guide their administration of the contaminated sites legislation and regulations.

Visit the Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy website.

Policy

The Ministry of Environment has adopted polices for contaminated sites which focus on scientific, technical and legal policy decisions. Relevant reports and recommendations.

Visit the Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy website.