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March 1, 2014

Description

The GOA is reporting to Albertans on the status of the management response to air and surface water trigger exceedances at monitoring stations in the Lower Athabasca Region for the year 2012. This is done under the Air Quality Management Framework for Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Sulphur Dioxide...


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May 17, 2013

Description

The communities of Exshaw and Lac Des Arcs are located in the Bow River Valley corridor within the Rocky Mountains. Several industrial facilities (Lafarge cement plant, Graymont lime plant and Baymag magnesium plant), operate in the area. The Francis Cooke landfill is also located in the valley,...


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July 1, 2011

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The purpose of this document is to guide project proponents and regulators on air emissions and monitoring expectations where non-gaseous fuels are the proposed fuel source for specified types of equipment. This guidance is based on technical studies conducted for Alberta Environment on the use...


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August 1, 2006

Description

Some people who live in Wabamun and surrounding area, have concerns about how coal-fired power stations and oil & gas operations affect air quality and impact on human health. Goals of WACEHEAP are: Measure exposure of residents from Wabamun and area to airborne chemicals and particulates;...


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January 11, 2004

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Ambient air quality objectives are established as part of the Alberta air quality management system. The purpose of this assessment report was to provide a review of scientific and technical information to assist in evaluating the basis and background for an ambient air quality objective for...


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March 1, 2002

Description

Acrylic acid is a colourless liquid with an irritating acrid odour. When emitted into the atmosphere, it will react with photochemically produced hydroxyl radicals and ozone, resulting in rapid degradation. The atmospheric lifetime of acrylic acid is less than one month. Acrylic acid is used...