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Janice Johnson

Clerk - Public Works

The Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen

HQ Phone:  (250) 492-0237

Direct Phone: (250) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.ca

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The Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen

101 Martin Street

Penticton, British Columbia,V2A 5J9

Canada

Company Description

The RDOS supplies water to approximately 80 residences in Faulder through a formal service agreement. Residents within a well-defined service area (see map) agreed in 1993 to "hire" the RDOS to operate a well and provide water. In return, residents in the serv...more

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Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen: Bike to Work Week

www.rdos.bc.ca [cached]

Janice Johnson, RDOS Air Quality Coordinator
janicejohnson@rdos.bc.ca Phone: 250.490.4212


OLIVERBC – TOURIST GUIDE

oliverbc.ca [cached]

"By taking a collective approach to this project, each organization will learn from each other and collaborate to bring improvements to both the individual communities and the region as a whole," said RDOS air quality co-ordinator Janice Johnson.
"By taking a collective approach to this project, each organization will learn from each other and collaborate to bring improvements to both the individual communities and the region as a whole," said Janice Johnson, Air Quality Program Coordinator for the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen.


Green House Gas project | oliver DAILY news

oliverbc.ca [cached]

"By taking a collective approach to this project, each organization will learn from each other and collaborate to bring improvements to both the individual communities and the region as a whole," said Janice Johnson, Air Quality Program Coordinator for the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen.


www.osoyoostimes.com

Janice Johnson, Co-ordinator of the RDOS Air Quality Committee, said in Osoyoos last week, "The particulate emissions from these materials are even more carcinogenic than wood smoke, and provincial law bans the burning of plastics and treated wood." She was leading a meeting in town addressing air quality in the South Okanagan.Johnson advised there is "no safe level of exposure to smoke particulate.Everybody is at risk."The most vulnerable are young children, the elderly, and people with lung and heart disease.She said there are provincial Open Burning Smoke Control Regulations already in effect and an Open Air Burning bylaw has already been adopted for the fire protection areas of Kaleden, Naramata, Okanagan Falls, Tulameen and Willowbrook.She added the Air Quality Management Plan, which includes recommendations for all munic-ipalities in the region, could be adopted as early as this summer. A network of municipalities across the province, headed by the B.C. Lung Association, is now sharing information about air pollution and working toward cleaner air solutions.The Osoyoos landfill has already made a step forward to minimize air pollution by chipping clean wood and yard waste rather than burning it. "Improvements to air quality require public support.I would encourage citizens to document and photograph incidents of poor air quality practices and to forward the information to government agencies such as Interior Health, the Ministry of Environment, the Ministry of Agriculture, the RDOS and the Town," Johnson said.


BCNG Portals Page

www.pentictonwesternnews.com [cached]

Last year, the province rejected the RDOS's application to fund a two-year pilot program for chipping â€" following a similar program in the Regional District of the Central Okanagan â€" said Janice Johnson, spokesperson for air quality at the RDOS.Instead, the RDOS used some of its own funding to pilot a smaller scale chipping program for fruit growers.When Kozier called, Johnson said, the RDOS was able to use some of last year's funds to sponsor Thursday's demonstration with hopes of garnering support from the public and financial support for a larger scale program this fiscal year.Those that are still considering burning should group trees into small piles and ensure there is no garbage â€" such as fence posts, plastics or PVC piping, for example â€" in the piles, said Johnson.


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