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Shawn Paul Haniff pleaded guilty to two violations under the Environmental Protection Act for giving false information to a provincial officer during a Waste Disposal System Certificate of Approval interview.

The Court heard Mr. Haniff is the sole director of a company that submitted an application for a waste management system Certificate of Approval to the ministry to allow company trucks to transport solid non-hazardous waste to landfills. As part of this application process, Mr. Haniff attended an interview. During the interview, he provided false information concerning the registration of his vehicle fleet and his attendance at a specific Toronto address.

Mr. Haniff was fined a total of $10,000 plus victim fine surcharges and given 12 months to pay the fines.

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