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Organizations: Municipal Affairs Tags: private sewage

Views: 191
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November 2, 2020

Description

Private Sewage STANDATA, developed jointly by Alberta Municipal Affairs and the Safety Codes Council, are information bulletins containing interpretations, clarifications, recommended practices or province-wide variances on Codes and Standards matters related to the Safety Codes Act.


Views: 129
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July 1, 2020

Description

The remediation of failed or failing sewage treatment systems has been a topic of concern for property owners and the sewage treatment industry. Municipal Affairs is not a certifying body and does not endorse specific products. The department also does not prevent the appropriate use of...


Views: 64
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May 1, 2020

Description

A flood can affect the safety of your well water as well as the operation and service of your septic system. Your water may not be safe to drink if the well has been affected by the flood. Specific steps need to be taken to ensure your water supply is safe and to prevent damage to your water well...


Views: 1217
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October 4, 2019

Description

Notice that a variance transition working group comprised of partners from multiple stakeholders has developed a guidance document to assist in the transition of administering private sewage variance activity from Municipal Affairs to the local authority.


Views: 1089
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January 1, 2016

Description

Private Sewage STANDATA, developed jointly by Alberta Municipal Affairs and the Safety Codes Council, are information bulletins containing interpretations, clarifications, recommended practices or province-wide variances on Codes and Standards matters related to the Safety Codes Act.


Views: 699
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November 1, 2014

Description

Private Sewage STANDATA, developed jointly by Alberta Municipal Affairs and the Safety Codes Council, are information bulletins containing interpretations, clarifications, recommended practices or province-wide variances on Codes and Standards matters related to the Safety Codes Act.


Views: 82
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July 1, 2013

Description

A flood can affect the safety of your well water as well as the operation and service of your septic system. Your water may not be safe to drink if the well has been affected by the flood. Specific steps need to be taken to ensure your water supply is safe and to prevent damage to your water well...