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Organizations: Municipal Affairs Tags: plumbing

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Last Modified

June 3, 2019

Description

PLEASE NOTE: This record contains superseded, withdrawn, expired or otherwise out-of-date versions of the plumbing safety information bulletins and is maintained for reference purposes only. Please view the record at...


Views: 386
Last Modified

January 1, 2019

Description

STANDATA are developed jointly by Alberta Municipal Affairs and the Safety Codes Council. Some are issued under the authority of a code, standard or the Safety Codes Act as province-wide variances or interpretations. Others are information bulletins that provide general advice on related matters....


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Last Modified

September 18, 2017

Description

This notice is to inform holders of Alberta Municipal Affairs certificates of competency of a change to the fee structure for private sewage, restricted private sewage and sewer and water certificates.


Views: 7
Last Modified

July 1, 2017

Description

This notice includes: the final notice: August 1, 2017 deadline for 2015 Standard of Practice (SOP) update training required for renewal of a private sewage certificate of competency; establishment of Certification Review Committee (CRC); and Private Sewage Working Group (PSWG)


Views: 10
Last Modified

January 4, 2017

Description

Notes that the National Plumbing Code 2015 came into force on January 1, 2017 and is applicable throughout the Province of Alberta.


Views: 47
Last Modified

January 1, 2017

Description

STANDATA are developed jointly by Alberta Municipal Affairs and the Safety Codes Council. Some are issued under the authority of a code, standard or the Safety Codes Act as province-wide variances or interpretations. Others are information bulletins that provide general advice on related matters....


Views: 6
Last Modified

July 15, 2009

Description

The estimated peak volume of wastewater per day generated by work camps located on crown land leases is used to determine whether the Alberta Environmental Protection Act applies or if the Safety Codes Act and Private Sewage Disposal Regulation applies


Views: 9
Last Modified

July 15, 2009

Description

This bulletin applies to wastewater systems serving a work camp development that generates less than 25 cubic meters of wastewater per day for 110 persons or less (systems that treat 25 cubic meters or more per day fall under the jurisdiction of Alberta Environment).