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20 results found for: "Acceptable Industry Practices (AIP)"

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June 1, 2019

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Describes Acceptable Industry Practices (AIP) for the disposal of biomedical wastes. Alberta’s approach is consistent with the Canadian Council of Ministers for the Environment (CCME) Guidelines for the Management of Biomedical Wastes in Canada.


Views: 613
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May 1, 2013

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Section 13 of the Subdivision and Development Regulation defines the setback distance required from a subdivision development for a residence, school, hospital, or food establishment to a non-operating landfill. The Regulation allows the subdivision or development authority to vary regulated...


Views: 647
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November 1, 2012

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Section 13 of the Subdivision and Development Regulation defines the setback required from a subdivision development for a residence, school, hospital, or food establishment to a waste storage site. The Regulation allows the subdivision or development authority to vary of the setback distance...


Views: 262
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November 1, 2012

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Section 13 of the Subdivision and Development Regulation defines the setback required from a subdivision development for a residence, school, hospital, or food establishment to an operating landfill. The Regulation allows the subdivision or development authority to vary the setback distance upon...


Views: 246
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November 1, 2012

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Section 13 of the Subdivision and Development Regulation defines the setback distance required from a new or expanding landfill to a residence, school, hospital, or food establishment. The Regulation allows the subdivision or development authority to vary the setback distance upon receiving...


Views: 365
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May 1, 2012

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This policy document identifies issues and provides guidance when making decisions on the beneficial use of products derived from wastes including contaminated soils, sands, gravels, or inert wastes.


Views: 417
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May 1, 2012

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This information sheet describes Alberta Environment's recommended approach when dealing with mercury fluorescent lamps, including ultraviolet ray light tubes. Some of the information is also applicable to the management of obsolete or broken mercury-containing articles.


Views: 346
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May 1, 2012

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Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development has regulated used lubricating oils and undrained lube oil filters since the early 1990's. In Alberta, used lube oil and undrained oil filters are classified as hazardous waste (Waste Type 201) or hazardous recyclables. As such, these...


Views: 99
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May 1, 2012

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This information sheet identifies and recommends acceptable industry management practices when handling mercury amalgam waste generated by dental clinics and offices.


Views: 534
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May 1, 2012

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This information sheet describes Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development's legal framework and recommended practices regarding the management as wastes or recyclables of used crankcase oils, spent lube oil filters, and empty lube containers.