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October 29, 2019

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Hourly data collected by Alberta Environment and Parks using a mobile atmospheric monitoring laboratory (MAML) as part of emergency response monitoring during the 2016 Horse River Wildfire.


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June 20, 2019

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The Fort Air Partnership (FAP) is a not-for-profit multi-stakeholder organization with members from industry, government, and the public. FAP operates an air quality monitoring network in an area northeast of Edmonton in and around Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, including the towns of Bon...


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June 26, 2017

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Performance specification standards have been developed as part of the revision and update of the Alberta Air Monitoring Directive. The specification standard sheets were designed to provide a reference for approved methods and minimum performance specifications to assure the consistency and...


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August 1, 2012

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The purpose of this booklet is to alert employers and workers to the dangers involved in working with H2S and to provide guidance for controlling these dangers.


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September 7, 2010

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All monitoring sites were downwind of the CNRL natural gas well blowout, except Site G which was a background site. A one-hour AAAQO for hydrogen sulphide of 0.010 ppm was no exceeded. The maximum one-hour average for hydrogen sulphide of 0.001 ppm was measured at both Site G, the background...


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August 1, 2010

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Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) occurs naturally in the earth in crude petroleum, natural gas reservoirs, volcanic gases and hot springs. In Alberta, workers are exposed to hydrogen sulphide (H2S) most often during drilling and production of natural gas, crude oil and petroleum products.


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December 1, 2008

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Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) is a dissolved gas that gives water a characteristic “rotten egg” taste and odour. It corrodes piping, creates odours in the house and turns water black. Homemakers will notice that it can change sterling silver to black almost instantly. H2S can cause odour problems at a...


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March 1, 2004

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Producers need to be aware and informed of the dangers of being exposed to hydrogen sulphide for long periods. Use all necessary measures to protect yourself against exposure, and seek medical help if you experience any symptoms or illness related to exposure to noxious gases.


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October 1, 2002

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In response to recommendations of the final report of the Provincial Advisory Committee on Public Safety and Sour Gas released in December 2000, Alberta Health and Wellness commissioned reports on the health effects of low-level exposure to hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and sulphur dioxide (SO2). The...