NOTICE OF DECISION
HAZCO ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT
Hazco Environmental Services Ltd. ("Hazco"), a division of CCS Income Trust, has submitted an application to Alberta Environment for approval to construct and operate a Sulphur Forming and Pastille Storage Facility to be located at Section 35-055-20 W4M approximately 2.2 km east of Bruderheim, Alberta, just north of Highway 15 in Lament County. The proposed project includes facilities for sulphur forming and sulphur pastille storage. No other sulphur storage (i.e. sulphur block) is proposed for this site. Molten sulphur will be received at the site by rail tank car and truck. The sulphur will be stored in insulated, heated tanks before being pumped to the forming process. Hazco will use an environmentally friendly technology, provided by Sandvik Process Systems, to process the liquid sulphur into a formed product (i.e. pastilles) suitable for export. The product will be stored on engineered storage pads and loaded onto rail car unit trains for export offshore.
The Director responsible for the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act has decided that pursuant to Section 44(l)(b)(i) the proposed activity requires further consideration under the Environmental Assessment Process. As a result, Hazco has prepared a Public Disclosure document describing the proposed activity.
Copies of the Public Disclosure document may be obtained by contacting Hazco Environmental Services by phone at (780) 895-2570, by fax at (780) 895-2084 and by email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. A copy of the document may also be obtained from the Hazco website address www.hazcoenv.com. In addition, copies of all project related documents (i.e. applications, studies, etc.) are also available on the Hazco website.
Copies of the Public Disclosure document are available for viewing at the Regulatory Approvals Center, Main Floor, Oxbridge Place, 9820 - 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta. Copies of the Public Disclosure document are also available for viewing at the Lamont County Office in Lamont, Alberta.
Persons who are directly affected by the proposed activity may submit a written statement of concern by January 16, 2006 to:
Director, Northern Region
111 Twin Atria Building
Edmonton, AB. T6B 2X3
All comments and concerns filed with the Director with respect to the proposed activity will be accessible to the public.
Text copied verbatim from the Dec 6, 2005 issue of
The Lamont Leader, p. 10 (Links added)