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​Project next steps 


  • ​We believe in listening to and engaging with the people and businesses within the communities in which we operate.
  • Community input and involvement is an important part of our decision making and we want to share information about our project and gather your feedback.
  • We will continue to engage stakeholders over the coming months and provide more detail on the proposed Project.
  • We will listen to feedback received from our neighbours when developing mitigation strategies and operating practices.​​
​​​Proposed project timeline

What regulatory approvals are required?

Wheatland County

  • Site specific land-use re-designation
  • Land subdivision
  • Development permit
  • Building permit ​

Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP)

  • Design, construction, and operations of the facility
  • Environmental considerations ​

Natural Resource Conservation Board (NRCB) 

  • Raw materials coming to the facility
  • Storage of solid digestate and land application of all digestate 

Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)

  • Interconnection into existing pipeline infrastructure 

Supporting Studies for Approvals

  • Traffic impact assessment (TIA), bio-physical impact assessment (BIA), geo‑technical assessment, storm water management report, landscape plan, market feasibility study, and odour modeling.​​

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About the​ facility

Get to know what the facility will do, and view renderings of site plans and what it will look like. 
About the facility​​​​​​


About the anaerobic d​igestion process

Understand renewable natural gas (RNG), anaerobic d​igestion and how​ the process works to ​​​produce RNG and digestate.
Understand the process​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Project benefits

Discover how the proj​ect is expected to benefit the community and the environment once it is ope​rationa​l.
Project benefits​​​ ​​​


What to expect from EPCOR and the facility

Learn mor​e about EPCOR, what type of neighbour EPCOR and the facility will be and predicted odour conditions.
What to expect​​​​​​