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

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July 1, 2018

Description

The purpose of the fund is to hold security deposits to assure satisfactory land reclamation will be carried out pursuant to approvals under the Act. When conditions of the approval are met and a reclamation certificate is issued, the funds are returned to the depositor.


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February 2, 2011

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As part of the Government of Alberta’s commitment to be open and accountable to the public, all ministries are required to prepare and make public three-year ministry business plans. The ministry business plan encompasses the department and all consolidated entities, and aligns with the strategic...


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January 1, 2011

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Annual report for the ministry of Environment for the province of Alberta


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July 1, 2010

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This fact sheet provides information on the requirements under the Water Act for storm water runoff and outfall works.


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March 12, 2008

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Presents the terms of reference for the Intrabasin Water Coordinating Committee for the South Saskatchewan River Basin. The Committee was established to provide advice on managing water during periods of water shortage in any or all of the sub-basins of the SSRB, and on how to best meet the...


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January 1, 2008

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As per Section 15.0 of the Canada-Alberta Agreement on Environmental Assessment Cooperation (the Bilateral) the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and Alberta Environment are required to review the implementation of the Bilateral and the effectiveness of the cooperative environmental...


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March 1, 2001

Description

In Alberta, it is common practice to apply sludge or biosolids to agricultural lands as a nutrient source; however, this must be done in accordance with standards and guidelines developed by the government. The issues and benefits associated with this type of application are extensive. Issues...


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August 1, 1981

Description

This report presents the compliance status of industries in the Province of Alberta with respect to the various industrial effluent standards and guidelines. These standards and guidelines were laid down by the Standards and Approvals Division of the Department of the Environment.