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September 15, 2020

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This Code of Practice is effective June 1, 2012. The Code stipulates: water sampling and analysis are to be done according to standard methodologies or ones approved by the director, and in approved laboratories; written operations programs governing the operation of a waterworks system...


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June 1, 2020

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This document describes the procedures, methods, and practices used by Alberta Environment and Parks Resource Stewardship Division personnel when filtering water samples for analysis of chlorophyll-a (chl-a) in phytoplankton after surface water sampling events. The procedures in this document are...


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February 24, 2020

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Cyanobacteria (also referred to as blue-green algae) are common photosynthetic bacteria that live in surface waters. Under favorable conditions, such as warm water and high nutrient content, these bacteria can form nuisance “blooms”. The presence of blooms in recreational water causes unpleasant...


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August 1, 2019

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These fact sheets are part of a series for the Working Well Program and are designed for private well owner education. The objectives of the program are 1) to advise private well owners of their responsibility to manage and maintain their wells to ensure safe drinking water supplies; 2) provide...


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October 18, 2018

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In rural Alberta, 90 per cent of people use private well water supplies for domestic use (e.g. drinking, cooking, bathing or cleaning). Domestic well water systems are not regulated by either the provincial or federal governments. The Government of Alberta along with Alberta Health Services...


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October 18, 2018

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In rural Alberta, 90 per cent of people use private well water supplies for domestic use (e.g. drinking, cooking, bathing or cleaning). Domestic well water systems are not regulated by either the provincial or federal governments. The Government of Alberta along with Alberta Health Services...


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January 4, 2018

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It is important to test the suitability of your water quality for its intended purpose, whether it is livestock watering, irrigation, spraying, or drinking water. This will assist you in making informed decisions about your water and how you use it. The purpose of this section of RWQIT is to...


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March 1, 2017

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Private water well owners in Alberta are responsible for managing and maintaining their water wells. The Working Well program, and these fact sheets, provides well owners with information to properly care for their wells.


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March 29, 2016

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The dataset contains the results of analyses of surface water samples collected by AGS in the summer of 1999. Three lakes, three creeks, one stream and two rivers were sampled as part of a water sampling program carried out by AGS in the Athabasca Oil Sands in-situ area of Alberta. This area...


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March 29, 2016

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In 2011, for the Alberta Geological Survey Saline Aquifer Mapping Project, we collected and analyzed 40 water samples from oil wells producing from geological units, including the Cardium, Viking, Mannville, Glauconitic, Ellerslie, Nordegg, Banff, Wabamun, Nisku and Leduc, within approximately...