News & Events

WISER/UA-WiSE present: Mentorship Program 2020-2021

ACPA Participates in Government Engagement Sessions

The Government of Alberta has held several virtual engagement sessions over the last couple of months. Each of these consisted of half-day sessions with invited representatives from regulated occupations and members Alberta Labour and Immigration. Representatives were sent discussion guides with background information and a list of discussion questions for consideration. Alberta Labour personnel were present to facilitate break out group discussions and to take notes on suggestions made in the meetings. In addition, regulatory associations were invited to submit written submissions to the Government.

Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) Presents EnviroTech 2020

Building on the success of the WaterTech series, the Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) is expanding its spring conference. EnviroTech features water as a key theme, but, ESAA is expanding the program to include other key components of the environment industry including: air, alternative energy, climate change, laboratory, regulatory and waste management.

Follow-Up: Fraudulent Email Activity

On May 5, 2020, our Executive Director, Kathy Janzen, was the target of an email malware attack through her personal email account. During this attack, some of our members, and others, received spam fragments linked to previous email threads, with a new attachment embedded. If not already done so, this email message should be immediately deleted.

Fall 2019 Park4Biz Newsletter from Park'N Fly

Environmental Services Association of Alberta: Remediation Regulation Implementation

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.

Contaminated Sites Policy Framework

Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development has released the finalized Contaminated Sites Policy Framework.

This document presents Alberta’s policy framework for the management of contaminated sites. It applies when developing and assessing options for management of contaminated lands in Alberta. It provides a framework for related legislation and guidance documents developed by Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development that pertain to contaminated sites.