Mould Checklist
Project ID: ID
Official Project Title:
LOCATION - BUILDING NAME AND CONTRACT TITLE
Project ID:
Project Manager:
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Date:
ID
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xxx-xxx-xxxx
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1.0
Mould
Mould is defined as a fungus that produces mycotoxins (toxic substances) which can be the source of
environmental health concerns. Commonly known fungi that produce mycotoxins include Stachybotrys
Chartarum, Aspergillus, Penicillium, Fusarium, Trichoderma and Memnonilella.
Alberta Infrastructure disposes of any quantities of mould contaminated material as construction waste.
2.0
Emergency Response
2.1
The Contractor has submitted a site-specific
emergency preparedness and response plan
(EPRP).
2.2
The EPRP should include provisions for spills/
releases and fire.
3.0
Handling
3.1
Contractor personnel are familiar with hazards,
the use of protective equipment and clothing
procedures when handling waste containing
mould contaminated material as construction
waste.
4.0
Packaging
4.1
Mould contaminated waste materials can be
contained in double bagged plastic disposal bags
and appropriately labelled as per the Master
Specifications (Special Construction Division 13)
for mould.
4.2
Mould contaminated materials can be contained
in drums and appropriately labelled as per the
Master Specifications (Special Construction
Division 13) for mould.
4.3
The resulting package is constructed, filled and
closed so that, under normal conditions of
handling and transport, there will be no discharge,
emission or escape of waste that could constitute
a danger to public safety.
Rev: 2016 02 08
Filename: Document1
Resource ID: CA_T_
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5.0
Temporary Waste Storage
5.1
Signage is posted in temporary mould storage
areas. Temporary mould storage areas are
secured and only accessible to authorized
personnel.
6.0
Transportation
6.1
As mould waste is not a dangerous goods, persons
handling or transporting the waste do not require
TDG certification.
6.2
As mould waste is not a dangerous goods
Contractor transporting mould contaminated
waste does not require TDG placarding on
vehicles.
6.3
Contractor responsible to provide required
manifests. Project Manager to provide generator
number.
6.4
Emergency response kit required on
transportation vehicle.
7.0
Disposal
7.1
Mould contaminated waste material has been
disposed of by a licensed waste disposal facility (to
be verified by copy of manifest).
8.0
Records
8.1
Copy of Shipping documents and manifests for
transportation of waste.
8.2
Copy of disposal certificate from disposal facility.
8.3
Copy of EPRP.
9.0
Reportable limits
9.1
There are no reportable release quantities for
mould contaminated waste material. However,
notice is provided to Alberta Environment when
an accidental release occurs when considered to
represent a danger to public safety.
Rev: 2016 02 08
Filename: Document1
Resource ID: CA_T_
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EMS Mould Checklist template - Alberta Ministry of Infrastructure