The Appellant appealed a decision of the Deputy Director to order that certain terms and conditions be placed against their sewage disposal permit. The Appellant applied for a stay of a number of the requirements pending the outcome of the appeal. With the agreement of the Deputy Director, the Board had already granted the Appellants stays on the more onerous requirements. The Deputy Director objected to a stay being granted against several other conditions. The Board considered the balance of convenience, including the possibility of irreparable harm, and concluded that the balance of convenience with respect to the remaining permit requirements favoured the Appellants’ complying with these requirements. Thus, the Board denied the Appellants’ stay request in part.