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Posted Friday, June 23, 2017

The June 2017 edition of the Community Exchange newsletter is now available! In this edition you'll find a thank you to everyone who provided input on the Updated Technical Work Plans. It also introduces an updated timeline, and has a feature on the upcoming Ecology study. As always, if you have any questions or comments, please contact our team. We are available to discuss the project by email, phone, or in person. We happy to meet you at our office, at your home, or at another...
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Posted Friday, May 05, 2017

Community Exchange LogoThe April 2017 edition of the Community Exchange newsletter is now available! This edition reviews some of the input we've heard recently, and how we've been engaging with the community and First Nations. There is also a feature on Air Quality. Please note the deadline for comments on the updated technical work plans is May 15, 2017.  Click here for information about the updated technical work plans and how to submit your input.  As always, if you have any questions or comments,...
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Posted Thursday, April 13, 2017

There's still time to register for the upcoming Public Event - Finalization of the Technical Work Plans next Wednesday, April 19, at the Colombo Club in Beachville, ON. The Public Event Summary booklet (reference material) is now available. There are two times during the day you can attend:  11 am to 2 pm  5 pm to 8 pm  There are many ways to register: Register online at SWLFPublicEvent.eventbrite.ca Email us at info@walkerea.com Call us toll-free at 1-855-392-5537 If you're...
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Posted Friday, March 31, 2017

Community Exchange logoMarch Community Exchange The March 2017 edition of the Community Exchange newsletter is now available! Included in the newsletter are: Ways you can provide your perspective and input on the technical work plans, which are documents that describe how the technical studies will be carried out. Information about the upcoming Public Event on Wednesday April 19, 2017.An update on the Community Liaison Committee (CLC)A summary about the Human Health Risk Assessment will be carried...
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Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Landfill gas from the Walker Environmental South Landfill is to be harnessed as a renewable energy source for the St. Catharines GM Powertrain Plant. Niagara This Week reported on the proposal for a renewable biogas plant. The project would involve piping treated landfill gas from Walker Environmental's landfill to the GM cogeneration plant. Landfill gas from the South Landfill is already used to create electricity and to power boilers for another local business. For the...
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