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The ESAA Weekly News is a free electronic newsletter that delivers information on upcoming ESAA and industry events, regulatory updates, environmental news and announcements for the environment industry in Alberta. The newsletter is delivered approximately every week via e-mail.

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ESAA Weekly News – Week ending June 25th, 2021

This issue sponsored by: THINK Envirotechnical Services Protecting Alberta’s water quality Alberta’s government is taking action to ensure Albertans continue to have access to abundant supplies of clean water while protecting the province’s aquatic species. The government wants to hear from the public and Indigenous Peoples regarding new surface water quality management frameworks for the North Saskatchewan, Battle and Upper

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ESAA Weekly News – Week ending June 18th, 2021

This issue sponsored by: THINK Envirotechnical Services   RemTech 2021 October 13-15, 2021Fairmont Banff Springs Registration Now Open  ESAA is pleased to announce that RemTech is back and (assuming restrictions also) will be in-person at the Fairmont Banff Springs, October 13-15th.  We hope you will join us to celebrate being together, along with RemTech‘s 20th Birthday.  Registration is now open

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ESAA Weekly News – Week ending June 11th, 2021

This issue sponsored by: THINK Envirotechnical Services Protecting creeks and streams along the Eastern Slopes Tripling the funding to Cows and Fish will help protect creeks and streams on the Eastern Slopes.   Environment and Parks is providing the Cows and Fish program with $1 million in 2021-22 to support projects and initiatives that protect creeks and streams along Alberta’s

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ESAA Weekly News – Week ending June 4th, 2021

This issue sponsored by: THINK Envirotechnical Services Alberta Company, directors plead guilty to environmental charges A Calgary-based company and the directors of two other companies have been sentenced after each pleaded guilty to charges under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. The charges relate to an April 2017 incident in which excavated fill contaminated with hexavalent chromium, a hazardous substance,

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