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5 results found for: "Environment (1971-1992, 1999-2011)"

Topics: Environment Publication Type: Policy Information Type: publications Tags: water

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August 1, 2009

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This protocol is intended to ensure that test results that exceed the bacteriological criteria as described in the latest editions of the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality, or other potential failures, are communicated to the appropriate parties so that follow-up action can be taken...


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August 15, 2006

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The Cold Lake-Beaver River Water Management Plan was adopted in 1985 to provide direction on managing water resources in the combined Cold Lake and Beaver River basins located approximately 300 km northeast of Edmonton. The intent of the plan was to provide for an adequate quantity and quality of...


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January 1, 2006

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Reliable water supplies for a sustainable economy is one of the key goals of Water for Life, Alberta’s strategy for water sustainability. This policy takes a place-based approach to water management, guiding industry working in naturally water-short areas and areas with development pressures to...


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April 1, 2001

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This document outlines the policies followed by Alberta Environment staff when developing municipal effluent limits for approvals under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. General procedures interpreting these polices are provided and further detailed in associated procedures...


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January 1, 2001

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During the 1990s, guided by extensive public consultation, Alberta Environment reviewed water management policies and legislation and a comprehensive new statute, the Water Act, was enacted. Throughout the review process, Albertans made it clear that government needed to ensure sustainable water...