The Remediation Regulation will be available on the Queen's Printer on or shortly after January 1, 2019:
In 2019, Alberta Environment and Parks will be accepting applications for Limited and Site-based Remediation Certificates and Tier 2 compliance letters. For more information on the Remediation Certificate Program and the application forms and guides, please refer to the following site:
The Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA) continues to require all substance releases that may cause, is causing, or has caused an adverse effect be remediated or managed in accordance with applicable legislation.  EPEA also requires that any release of a substance into the environment that may cause, is causing or has caused an adverse effect be reported, as is further described in the Release Reporting Regulation.
More information about Alberta Environment and Parks' administration of the Remediation Regulation will be developed and released over the course of 2019, and will be made available at the following site:
Learn more about the regulatory amendments at the following free information sessions:

  • January 30, Edmonton at McKay Avenue School, 10425 99 Avenue from 10:00am – noon
  • February 5, Calgary at McDougall Centre, 455 6 St SW from 10:00am – noon
  • February 6, Grande Prairie at the Coca-Cola Centre, 6 Knowledge Way from 9:30-11:30am

For more information on the information sessions, please refer to TalkAEP at:

Please register as space is limited by emailing Darice Stefanyshyn at [email protected]

All questions concerning the Remediation Regulation can be submitted to [email protected]


Joe Chowaniec
Director, Program and Event Development
Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA)
Suite 102, 2528 Ellwood Drive SW
Edmonton, AB  T6X 0A9

P: 780.429.6363 ext. 223
e-mail: [email protected]