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Vinyl Chloride
Vinyl chloride is a colourless and flammable gas with a mild sweet odour. Vinyl chloride monomer is used as a copolymer to form polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a plastic resin used to manufacture a variety of common plastic products such as storage containers, flooring, windows, pipes, automobile upholstery, and siding for homes.
Vinyl chloride is a carcinogen that can cause dizziness, sleepiness, nervous system damage and unconsciousness when inhaled. Chronic exposure can cause liver and mobility dysfunction, decrease flow of blood and degeneration of organ tissues.
         Regulatory Requirements 
Currently, there are no regulations pertaining to mercury on construction projects. Industrial processes involving mercury are regulated under the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, Regulation 846 as amended by O.Reg. 112/04, Designated Substance – Vinyl Chloride. The transport of the waste to the disposal site is controlled by the federal Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992.