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Decontamination instructions for industrial and construction operations

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In August 2017, the Government of Alberta Decontamination Protocol was introduced as a management strategy to reduce the spread of whirling disease and other aquatic invasive species and fish diseases. In 2018 Alberta Environment and Parks began work to expand the Decontamination Protocols to include industrial operations working in or near water in Alberta. A draft policy and tracking template were developed. This record contains the draft documents and background materials provided to elicit informed public feedback through an online survey and public information sessions during the Fall of 2018.

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November 1, 2018

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aquatic ecosystems aquatic invasive species closed public consultations decontamination protocols decontamination zones fish diseases industrial operations public consultations whirling disease

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Environment and Parks

Place of Publication

Edmonton

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Topic
Environment

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Date Created

2018-11-01

Date Added

2020-05-04T14:53:42.533171

Date Modified

2018-11-01

Date Issued

2018-11-01

Date Archived

2020-05-04

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