The Pesticide Storage: Regulatory Requirements and Guidelines (Schedule 1 & 2) document is a summary of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA)
regulatory requirements and operational guidelines for the safe display, storage and handling of pesticides and the management of pesticide releases. Details of
the pesticide storage regulations are included in the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation.
The storage requirements and operational guidelines apply to anyone who stores Commercial and Restricted pesticides (pesticides listed in Schedules 1 and 2 of the
provincial pesticide regulations). This document applies to pesticide wholesalers, retailers, warehouse distribution centres, custom pesticide applicators, and
other pesticide services (includes government agencies and irrigation districts). It does not include storage of Domestic (lawn and garden) pesticides.
Alberta Environment and Parks will recognize a pesticide storage facility that meets the Agrichemical Warehousing Standards Association's
(AWSA) warehousing standards as being registered. This is in the form of a valid AWSA Phase III Certification of Compliance indicating the facility
has met provincial
A mobile pesticide storage facility is a compartment used for storing pesticides for any period less than 90 days. The Mobile Pesticide Storage Guidelines apply
to pesticide application operations that store pesticide on a vehicle or trailer (mobile or stationary) where the combined amount of pesticide in storage exceeds
10 litres (liquid) or 10 kilograms (dry).
Updated: Aug 14, 2015