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"Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act "

Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act

The Act is the primary act in Alberta through which regulatory requirements for air, water, land, and biodiversity are managed. The Act supports and promotes the protection, enhancement and wise use of the environment by designating proposed activities for which an approval or registration is required.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: E-12 RSA 2000
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Ministry Responsible: Environment and Parks
Ministry Responsible: Agriculture and Forestry
    Current to 3/31/2017
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Following are the associated Regulations for the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act ...

Activities Designation Regulation

The regulation identifies activities affecting the environment for which approval, registration, or notifications are required.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 276/2003
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Administrative Penalty Regulation

The regulation identifies requirements for notice of administrative penalties, size of penalties, and statute provisions for which administrative penalties may be assessed.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 23/2003
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Approvals and Registrations Procedure Regulation

The regulation provides a clear set of rules, provisions and stipulations regarding information that must be submitted with a registration application.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 113/1993
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Beverage Container Recycling Regulation

The regulation designates beverage containers for recycling and establishes the Beverage Container Management Board to oversee and administer the recycling program. It establishes a common collection system for beverage containers and outlines the cash refund to be provided at bottle depots.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 101/1997
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Code of Practice for a Waterworks System Consisting Solely of a Water Distribution System (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 are required for a waterworks system to be registered. The code lists the information required of an operations program; registration holders are to complete a drinking water safety plan; operation of waterworks systems be done by persons qualified at the applicable level, which varies according to the population being served by the waterworks system; bacteria and chlorine residuals meet certain limits; • the sample type, monitoring location, frequency and number of samples for bacteria, chlorine residuals, and lead; monitoring for trihalomethanes; reclamation of land surface to equivalent land capability; contraventions of the Code be reported to the director, and lists the information required for a contravention report; preparation of monthly and annual reports; and records be kept, with the retention time varying according to the type of record.
 
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Code of Practice for Asphalt Paving Plants

The Code outlines the minimum operating requirements that asphalt paving plants that produce hot or cold asphalt must meet to ensure environmental protection including: persons responsible for the plant are to complete a registration form and submit it to the Director; plants must be equipped with pollution control technology meeting Code requirements for opacity, particulate concentrations, odour, and fugitive dust; operational requirements for plants using wet scrubbers or baghouse systems to control particulate emissions; record keeping, such as environmental logs; and reporting of contraventions to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for Compost Facilities

The Code outlines minimum requirements for the design, construction, operation, and reclamation of composting facilities. The code is specific for facilities that accept 20,000 tonnes or less of feedstock per year; it is enabled by the Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96). Composting facilities are to complete a registration form and submit it to the Director. The Code lists: design, construction, monitoring, and recordkeeping requirements for composting facilities.
 
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Code of Practice for Compressor and Pumping Stations and Sweet Gas Processing Plants

The Code outlines the design and operating requirements for compressor and pumping stations and sweet gas processing plants in order to protect the environment, and requires: submission of a registration form; natural gas engines and combustion turbines to meet requirements for low nitrogen dioxide emission technology; dispersion modelling; storage and effective containment systems for industrial wastewater for systems installed prior to 1996; groundwater monitoring when industrial wastewater or process liquids are stored in a pond or impoundment constructed before the Code came into effect; minimization of runoff from the facility, and when an industrial runoff point is used, the Code sets quality parameters and a frequency of sampling; yearly groundwater monitoring reports; records to be kept for five years; and reporting of contraventions to the Code.
 
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Code of Practice for Concrete Producing Plants

The Code outlines the minimum operating requirements for concrete producing plants including: persons responsible for the concrete producing plant are to complete a registration form and submit it to the Director before commencing operations; plants must be equipped with pollution control technology meeting Code requirements for opacity, particulate concentrations, fugitive dust, industrial run-off and washings from concrete truck operations; operational requirements, including fugitive dust, disposal of baghouses, disposal of lubricating oil, waste disposal, and inspections; record keeping, such as environmental logs of baghouse inspections; and reporting of contraventions to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for Energy Recovery

The Code lists the requirements for small energy recovery facilities and for small scale facilities that produce alternative fuels. It is enabled by the Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96). The Code lists design, construction, recordkeeping requirements for the installation of combustion units or space heaters that are used to burn used oil. For production of alternative fuels, the Code specifies alternate fuels produced must meet parameter quality limits and a Material Safety Data Sheet must be developed. For burning waste as fuel, the Code specifies hazardous waste cannot be burned as a fuel and the emissions must not exceed specified concentration limits. Small facilities that wish to generate energy or produce an alternative fuels from wastes are required to complete a registration form and submit it to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for Exploration Operations

The Code of Practice for Exploration Operations provides guidance on requirements for exploration activities for coal and oil sands on public and private lands. The Code addresses notification and operational requirements (activities plan, soil conservation, reclamation, waste management, reporting and record keeping).
 
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Code of Practice for Forage Drying Facilities

The Code: requires air and water monitoring to be done in accordance with recognized standards/methodologies; sets out information for registration applications; lists sources from which air effluents may be released and prohibits fugitive emissions that may cause environmental or health problems; describes operational requirements for process, monitoring, and pollution abatement equipment; sets air emissions limits according criteria such as type of drying operation (dryers and kilns with conveyor chain vs others) location of the forage dryer (urban vs rural), size of urban location (50,000 population), and date (before or after January 1, 2015); and prohibits industrial wastewater releases, controls industrial runoff into nearby surface water and requires domestic wastewater to be treated; wastes to be disposed of at approved waste management facilities, and to prepare and retain records of waste management; reclamation of disturbed lands to equivalent land capability, preparation and submission of reclamation plans and reports; contraventions to be reported; and records to be kept, e.g., performance of air pollution abatement equipment, equipment operation and maintenance.
 
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Code of Practice for Foundries

The Code outlines minimum operating requirements for foundries not requiring an approval under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act: persons responsible are to completed a registration form and forward it to the Director; foundries are to use pollution control technology and operating practices for control of opacity of air emission sources, particulate concentration, fugitive dust emissions, and industrial run-off; sets out monitoring and inspections of baghouses, or wet scrubber dust collectors; requires persons responsible to keep an environmental log of all actions to comply with the Code and to make monthly logs available for inspection; and contraventions are to be reported to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for Hydrologic Tracing Analysis Studies

The Code outlines minimum requirements that hydrologic tracing analysis studies must meet to ensure environmental protection: persons responsible must register with the department Director prior to beginning a hydrologic tracing analysis study; requires persons responsible for the study to consult with persons that may be affected by the study and inform water withdrawal users of timing of the study; at the time of registration, information such as the purpose and timing of the study, its location, river flow and hydraulics, must be sent to the Director; prescribes the use of rhodamine dye, or other dyes approved for use by the Director; requires the preparation of a report within three months after the study’s completion; and requires certain information to be retained for five years from completion of the study.
 
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Code of Practice for Land Treatment of Soil Containing Hydrocarbons

The Code lists the requirements for the land treatment of soil containing hydrocarbons; it is primary used for the treatment of soil that has become contaminated by a refined fuel (gasoline and diesel) such as accidental spills or leaks from underground storage tanks. It is enabled by the Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96); applicants are required to complete a registration form and submit it to the Director. The Code lists the information requirements of an application for registration of a site such as the written consent of registered owners of land where land treatment will occur, design requirements for beginning or continuing land treatment, e.g., distances from water, berms, barriers, and operational requirements such as sampling of soils, run-off monitoring and conditions under which soil or soil containing hydrocarbons can be removed from a registered site.
 
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Code of Practice for Landfills

The Code outlines minimum requirements for the construction, operation and reclamation of landfills that accept 10,000 tonnes or less per year of non-hazardous waste. It is enabled by the Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96). The Code provides minimum requirements for the siting, construction, operation, monitoring, recordkeeping, closure and post-closure period monitoring for landfills. The code provides detail to the groundwater quality performance standards and the types of acceptable waste, and cover frequency. Small Class II and Class III landfills (that accept 10,000 tonnes or less per year) are required to complete a registration form and submit it to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for Pits

The Code of Practice for Pits applies to pits greater than five hectares (Class 1 pits) constructed on private land for removal of sand, gravel, clay, or marl. The Code addresses registration and operational requirements (Activities Plan, soil conservation, reclamation, reclamation security, reclamation certification, reporting and record keeping).In addition, registration holders must comply with all the requirements of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act and the Water Act and their associated regulations and Codes of Practice, and all other applicable federal and provincial laws. The registration holder must also confirm with the local municipality that the pit operation is an acceptable land use.
 
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Code of Practice for Sawmill Plants 2006

The Code of Practice for Sawmill Plants: stipulates the information requirements for an application for registration and for installation of a new thermal energy system at the sawmill plant; stipulates air, wastewater, waste management, and reclamation requirements and effective dates of air emission limits for existing sawmill plants, those with a major expansion, and new sawmill plants; prohibits the operation of wood waste incinerators at sawmill plants in urban areas and rural areas as of January 1, 2008 and January 1, 2015, respectively; and requires record keeping and contraventions to be reported to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for Small Incinerators

The Code lists the requirements for mobile or small incinerator facilities that incinerate less than 10 tonnes of non-hazardous waste per month. It is enabled by the Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96). The Code lists requirements for sampling, design, construction, and installation requirements such as primary and secondary combustion chambers. Mobile and small facilities that wish to incinerate waste are required to complete a registration form and submit it to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for Tanker Truck Washing Facilities

The Code outlines minimum environmental requirements for the construction and operation of tanker truck washing facilities: truck washing is to be done on an impervious pad constructed so prevent waste discharge to the environment, wastes are to be recovered, and waste materials sent to a facility approved by the Director; requires that information on industrial, sanitary waste and waste transported from the facility be retained for 5 years and made available on request; and persons responsible are to immediately report contraventions to the Code to the Director.
 
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Code of Practice for the Release of Hydrostatic Test Water from Hydrostatic Testing of Petroleum Liquid and Gas Pipelines

The Code applies to hydrostatic testing for the purpose of pressure testing a pipeline to determine its integrity. It is regulated under Schedule 2 Division 2 of the Activities Designation Regulation, and is only applicable to hydrostatic testing of petroleum liquid and gas pipelines including installations connections to the pipelines.
 
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Code of Practice for Wastewater Systems Consisting Solely of a Wastewater Collection System

The Code of Practice provides the general provisions of a wastewater collection system (design, administration, construction requirements), and requirements for operation, monitoring, reporting, record keeping and reclamation.
 
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Code of Practice for Wastewater Systems Using a Wastewater Lagoon

The Code of Practice applies to wastewater collection systems specific to wastewater lagoons, including provisions for system design and administration, treated wastewater irrigation, contravention reporting, monitoring (such as groundwater monitoring), and sludge application to land.
 
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Code of Practice for Waterworks Systems Using High Quality Groundwater (effective June 1, 2012)

The Code of Practice provides the general provisions for persons who construct, operate or reclaim a waterworks system that uses high quality groundwater. The Code sets out administration, design, and construction requirements as well as operational, limits and monitoring, and reporting requirements. Wastewater management and reclamation requirements are also covered.
 
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Conservation and Reclamation Regulation

The regulation provides specific guidance for the conservation and reclamation of specified disturbed land, and for returning specified land to an equivalent land capability under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. The regulation addresses the requirements for reclamation certification, post-certification liability, and security requirements for approved mines and registered pits.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 115/1993
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Designated Material Recycling and Management Regulation

The regulation establishes the Alberta Recycling Management Authority, to oversee and administer the tire, electronics and paint recycling programs. The Alberta Recycling Management Authority establishes separate industry operated recycling funds for each designated material.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 93/2004
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Disclosure of Information Regulation

The regulation makes a wide range of information and records available to the public without the need for a formal request under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 273/2004
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Electronics Designation Regulation

The regulation designates electronics for recycling (computers, computer equipment and televisions) and lists maximum environmental fees for each designated material.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 94/2004
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Emissions Trading Regulation

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The regulation establishes the principles for emissions trading between power generating units in Alberta’s electricity sector.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 33/2006
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Emissions Trading Regulation (Comes with paper insert including changes from Alberta Regulation 175/2017 - effective October 5, 2017)

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The regulation establishes the principles for emissions trading between power generating units in Alberta’s electricity sector.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 33/2006
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Environmental Appeal Board Regulation

The regulation identifies the formal requirements of an appeal to decisions made under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, and the Environmental Appeal Board’s responsibilities when an appeal is received.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 114/1993
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Environmental Assessment (Mandatory and Exempted Activities) Regulation

The regulation identifies mandatory activities requiring an environmental assessment, and exempted activities.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 111/1993
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Environmental Assessment Regulation

The regulation provides rules, provisions and stipulations to formally examine a project to determine what the environmental, social, economic and health implications may be. The environmental assessment process within the regulation is used to predict environmental effects of proposed initiatives before they are carried out.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 112/1993
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Environmental Code of Practice for Pesticides

The Code provides details and requirements regarding the safe sales, handling, use and application of pesticides in Alberta to ensure environmental protection. Pesticide applicators, users, services and vendors affected by this Code must meet all its requirements to ensure their activities are in compliance with Alberta’s environmental laws. The Code applies to pesticide use in a variety of applications, including forest management, industrial vegetation management (roadside, powerline, pipeline and utility rights-of-way), structural pest control, fumigation, use within 30 metres of an open body of water, and mosquito control. The Code also provides the requirements and checklists for applicator and dispenser assistants.
 
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Environmental Protection and Enhancement (Miscellaneous) Regulation

The regulation describes the publication of notices, the payment of security into the Environmental Protection Security Fund, detailing of regulatory offences, codes of practice, and describes the duration of certificates of qualification and approvals under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 118/1993
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Forest Resources Improvement Regulation

The Forest Resources Improvement Regulation, under the Forests Act, designates the Forest Resource Improvement Association of Alberta as a delegated authority, and describes the purposes and duties of the Association. Dues to the Association and fees related to Association services are described in the Regulation and set out in the schedules.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 152/1997
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Lubricating Oil Material Environmental Handling Charge Bylaw

The bylaw lists maximum environmental fees for lubricating oil, containers, and filters (used oil materials) for the purposes of the Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management Regulation.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 228/2002
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Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management Bylaw

The bylaw establishes an industry-operated fund for the recycling of used oil materials. The bylaw identifies items that can be paid for from the fund, including education programs for waste minimization, and identifies products that are exempted from designation (i.e. where environmental handling charges are not paid). It also describes the obligations of registrants to the Alberta Used Oil Management Association and Management Board.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 227/2002
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Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management Regulation

The regulation designates used oil material (lubricating oil, oil containers and filters) for recycling. It establishes the Alberta Used Oil Management Association to oversee and administer the program.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 82/1997
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Mercury Emissions from Coal-fired Power Plants Regulation

The regulation requires approval holders, defined as those with approval for activities including construction, operation and reclamation in relation to a coal-fired power plant, to implement programs to control the emissions of mercury.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 34/2006
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Oil Sands Environmental Monitoring Program Regulation

The regulation establishes the Oil Sands Environmental Monitoring Program and provides rules, provisions and stipulations enabling the collection of monitoring fees from oil sands operators, access to the land for monitoring, and for providing records necessary for the determination of an assessment.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 226/2013
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Ozone-depleting Substances and Halocarbons Regulation

The regulation prohibits the release of ozone-depleting substances or halocarbons into the environment and the manufacture or sale of products containing such substances. It sets out the fine that can be levied for individuals or corporations that contravene the regulation and prescribes requirements for servicing of fire suppression systems.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 181/2000
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Paint and Paint Container Designation Regulation

The regulation designates paint and paint containers for recycling and lists maximum environmental fees for each designated material.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 200/2007
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Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation

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The regulation outlines the requirements for pesticide applicators (including classes of certificates) and vendor registration and certification in Alberta. The regulation classifies pesticides into Schedules, outlines requirements for Special Use Approvals, and provides guidance on the sales, use and handling of pesticides, as well as records management.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 43/1997
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Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (Comes with changes from AR 120/2013 - eff June 20, 2013, AR 101/2015 - eff June 23, 2015 & AR 108/2016 - eff June 30, 2016)

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The regulation outlines the requirements for pesticide applicators (including classes of certificates) and vendor registration and certification in Alberta. The regulation classifies pesticides into Schedules, outlines requirements for Special Use Approvals, and provides guidance on the sales, use and handling of pesticides, as well as records management.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 43/1997
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Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation

The regulation provides requirements for the sales, use and handling of pesticides. Requirements include registrations of businesses offering application services, insurance requirements, dispenser requirements, protection of water, fumigation, restrictions on sales and storage, and specific guidance on the disposal of pesticide waste.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 24/1997
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Potable Water Regulation

The regulation provides rules, provisions, prohibitions and stipulations related to water treatment requirements, water quality, water system design, certification of operators, conservation and responsible use, sampling and reporting.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 277/2003
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Release Reporting Regulation

The regulation provides rules, provisions and stipulations related to environmental monitoring in the event of a release. This includes who, when and how reporting is to be completed. Reporting must include the location and time of release, the circumstances leading up to the release, and the type and quantity of the substance released.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 117/1993
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Remediation Certificate Regulation

The regulation enables issuance of remediation certificates that relieve applicants of liability for cleanup, provided sites are remediated to standards of the day and site or land use conditions have not changed. The regulation describes the required information for an application, for issuance of a remediation certificate, and the Director’s responsibilities with respect to notification, and what happens in the event of an offence.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 154/2009
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Substance Release Regulation

The regulation sets opacity (the degree to which visible emissions obstruct the passage of light) limits for visible emissions, maximum concentrations of particulate matter from the effluent streams of manufacturing or industrial processes, and the maximum concentrations of vinyl chloride releases into the air from polyvinyl chloride plants. It identifies the types of industries to which Codes of Practice under a registration apply.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 124/1993
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Tire Designation Regulation

The regulation designates tires for recycling and lists maximum environmental fees for each designated material. This regulation does not apply with respect to the supply of tires in the City of Lloydminster.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 95/2004
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Waste Control Regulation

The regulation outlines Alberta’s requirements for proper management of waste. It includes responsibilities and duties of generators, carriers and receivers for the transportation of hazardous waste. The regulation also enables the Alberta User Guide for Waste Managers, which includes reference tables and testing methods to characterize and classify waste. The regulation lists specific storage requirements for hazardous waste and hazardous recyclables. This regulation is used in conjunction with the Activities Designation Regulation (AR 276/03), which outlines conditions for waste management or recycling activity to be permitted under an authorization, registration, or notification. The regulation enables five codes of practice for registration facilities that manage waste. The regulation also provides for financial security obligations for waste management facilities.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 192/1996
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Wastewater and Storm Drainage (Ministerial) Regulation

The regulation describes the standards and design of wastewater and storm drainage infrastructure to meet departmental requirements, and requires that the Director be informed of infrastructure modifications, noting that treatment facilities require Director authorization. The regulation describes information needed for applications to authorize land application of sludge and wastewater irrigation, including snow disposal and prohibited substances and releases.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 120/1993
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Wastewater and Storm Drainage Regulation

The regulation specifies the standards and design of wastewater and storm drainage infrastructure to meet departmental requirements, and requires the Director be informed of infrastructure modifications. This regulation describes information needed for applications to authorize land application of sludge and wastewater irrigation.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 119/1993
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