The Foothills Regional Landfill & Resource Recovery Centre (LRRC) has been working with Banner Environmental Engineering Consultants and Alberta Environment & Parks to design a hydro-vac slurry pad to service the Foothills region. Public notice of this project was advertised locally in April 2019 and some concerns were raised by local residents related to siting […]
About Joe Angevine
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Entries by Joe Angevine
Foothills Landfill Expansion – Cell 6 The intent of this bid process is to obtain an offer to perform work to construct a Class II Landfill Cell at the Foothills Regional Landfill & Resource Recovery Centre, for a Unit Price contract, in accordance with the Contract Documents. See here for details: https://www.mdfoothills.com/business/tenderscontracts.html
The round-up occurred on Sept. 16, 2017 at the Priddis and Black Diamond/Turner Valley transfer stations. These transfer stations are owned by the MD of Foothills and typically only collect regular household garbage, along with leaves, yard waste, and branches from spring – fall. The roundup was partially funded by grant money from the Alberta […]
Interesting Facts about the LRRC
At current rates, we have around 70 years of airspace remaining for the landfill site.