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Tags: Environment

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January 10, 2019

Description

This document focuses on Tier 1 soil and groundwater remediation guidelines, the process used to develop them, and the manner in which they should be applied. Alberta's framework for the management of contaminated sites is designed to achieve three policy outcomes: pollution prevention, health...


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March 23, 2015

Description

Statistical summary of the Environmental Assessment Program.


Views: 335
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December 1, 2008

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Species at risk are the most vulnerable components of Alberta's biodiversity. The integrity of Alberta's ecosystems is dependent on their continued presence. An effective strategy is needed to sustain these rare and threatened species. Alberta's Strategy for the Management of Species at Risk...


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November 1, 2008

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This report outlines the results for the 2008 Land Use Framework Public Survey. The intent of the public survey was to gather and analyze Albertans’ perceptions regarding the Land Use Framework. This was achieved by measuring the public’s agreement on a number of aspects of the Land Use Framework.


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January 1, 2007

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This policy paper is intended to stimulate discussion on the proposed framework. All Albertans are invited to provide input to the development of the proposed new legislation. The Alberta government will work with Alberta industries, municipalities, First Nations and non-government organizations...


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January 1, 1995

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The fundamental principle of these criteria is that the success of land reclamation is measured against the original or representative site conditions with due consideration for construction norms at the time of development. In cases where pre-construction data are not available, the land, soil...


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April 1, 1976

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Physical and chemical analysis of spent sand indicate that this material is very infertile. The spent sand samples analysed had an average pH of 7.2 and low Na content indicating that there was no residual problem resulting from the NaOH used in the oil production process. Freshly processed sand...


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March 1, 1973

Description

This report is compiled from existing reports on Lake Wabamun. It considers the impact of thermal discharges on the lake from the two power plants in relation to the physical and biological factors and compares methods of improving the quality of the lake to maintain this important recreational...