1 edition of Historical Resources Impact Assessment, western portion of Syncrude Lease no. 17, Alberta found in the catalog.
Historical Resources Impact Assessment, western portion of Syncrude Lease no. 17, Alberta
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|Statement||E.J. McCullough, B.O.K. Reeves. --|
|Series||Environmental research monograph -- 1978-2, Environmental research monograph -- 1978-2.|
|Contributions||Reeves, Brian O. K., Syncrude Canada Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 38 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||38|
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• No spills to regional water bodies, creeks or river systems • Achieve overall net water use reduction of five million m3 over next several years • Continue to research viable treatment technologies for water re-use or safe return t o the environment • Support science-based Our Sustainability Path Syncrude Sustainability Report The Inventory of Evaluated Historic Resources is a list of sites that have been evaluated by the Heritage Calgary according to the Council-approved policy. Preservation of these sites is considered to be to the greater benefit of Calgarians. Some of the sites on the Inventory are legally protected.
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Historic Resource Impact Assessment. The need to preserve and study historic resources has long been recognized and is. As a large producer of crude oil from the oil sands, Syncrude has a tremendous and positive impact on the economies of Alberta and Canada. We western portion of Syncrude Lease no.
17 a long and proud history of contributing to the economic well-being of Canadians by providing rewarding employment to thousands of people, through the payment of royalties and corporate, property and payroll taxes, and through the purchase of goods.
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