In 2007, the Government of Alberta approved the Too Good to Waste strategy – a provincial
roadmap for waste reduction and management.
The strategy identifies opportunities, outcomes and strategies to help the province move forward with innovative waste
management programs. Three main objectives are identified within the strategy:
- Albertans take responsibility for resource conservation and waste minimization.
- Waste management systems are integrated to provide the capacity for processing and/or recovery of materials that would otherwise be disposed of as wastes.
- Facilities and practices to manage secondary materials and wastes are protective of air, land, water and human health.
From annual waste management reports to daily air quality monitoring, Alberta Environment and Parks provides a wide range of reports and data as part of its commitment to transparency of information. For reports not found on this site, please contact the Information Centre or Library Services.
Updated: Jul 21, 2015