Below are links to the major regulatory permits relating to discharges to the environment at Crofton Mill.
|Catalyst Crofton 2020 Environmental Emergency Public Notice||99.69 kb|
|Air Permit PA 01902||36.79 kb|
|Effluent Permit PE 114||39.84 kb|
|Landfill Permit 07399||54.75 kb|
|Landfill Permit PR 506||16.74 kb|
|ISO 50001: 2018 (Expires January 4 2024)||22.59 kb|
|ISO 9001: 2015 (Expires May 15 2024)||23.01 kb|
|ISO 14001: 2015 (Expires July 5 2024)||23.02 kb|
We try to keep our finger on the pulse of the communities of Cowichan Valley and Salt Spring Island and operate with local concerns in mind. To help us do this, we established a community advisory forum in 2004.
A broad range of individuals from community interest groups attend our forums: residents, business owners, environmental leaders, employees, First Nations, local government and more. The group discusses issues related to our operations and offers input. This invaluable feedback helps us form our plans for the future.
For more information or details about upcoming forums contact Darlene Poole at 250-246-6122.
Catalyst operates a weir which regulates water flow from Cowichan Lake into the Cowichan River for much of the year. The Cowichan River is the source of the water used at Crofton Division and of drinking water for local residents. Catalyst collaborates closely with regulatory authorities regarding weir operation, and it engages with local stakeholders on water management through its involvement with the Cowichan Watershed Board. Catalyst also contributed to and endorsed a comprehensive water management plan developed through a multi-stakeholder process.
Information relevant to local water levels can be accessed here:
Cowichan Lake levels and Cowichan River flows (see “Cowichan Lake near Lake Cowichan”, “Cowichan River at Lake Cowichan” and “Cowichan River near Duncan” in alphabetical list)
|Authorization: Water License (Expires 2028)||57.98 kb|
|DEP Dam Emergency Plan for Cowichan Lake Weir (February 2, 2021)||3.75 mb|
|2021 DFO Authorization 4.5 cms||1.59 mb|
|2021 FLNRORD Authorization 4.5 cms||29.17 kb|
|Weekly Lake Update (October 4, 2022)||1.11 mb|
|Weekly Lake Update (October 11, 2022)||1.1 mb|
|Weekly Lake Update (October 17, 2022)||1.01 mb|
|Weekly Lake Update (October 24, 2022)||94.33 kb|
|Weekly Lake Update (October 31, 2022)||87.87 kb|
Our economic footprint is significant, as we purchase goods and services from thousands of local, regional and global suppliers. In all transactions we are attentive to sustainability factors as well as competitive pricing, reliable supply and related commercial priorities.
Below are the general conditions for contractors coming to the Catalyst Crofton mill.
|PO Terms and Conditions Catalyst||26.04 kb|
|Special Conditions, Crofton||26.23 kb|
|Special Conditions, Port Alberni||1.45 mb|
|Special Conditions, Port Alberni Appendix A||12.39 kb|
|Special Conditions, Catalyst tiskwat||38.27 kb|