The policy states that A specific site may be operated as a pub he pit where Sustainable Resource Development determines that it is in the public, industry, and/or community interest (e.g., a highly competitive market area with confirmed scarcity of resource).
Canada’s Rock to Road Publication May/June 2009 Volume 23, Issue 3 Commentary Editor Andy Bateman Tel: 905.633.9681 Letter from Alberta firstname.lastname@example.org This issue features the Susan Lake sand & gravel operation, located in Alberta’s oil sands development region north of Fort McMurray. Group Publisher Scott Jamieson There are a number of interesting aspects to this operation, not least Tel: 514.457.2211 ext. 24 of which is its unusual business model. The property is owned by the email@example.com Alberta Government and managed by Athabasca Minerals Inc. in National Sales accordance with the Alberta Aggregate (Sand and Gravel) Allocation Tim Tolton Tel: 514.237.6614 Policy for Commercial Use on Public Land. firstname.lastname@example.org The policy states that “A specific site may be operated as a public pit where Sustainable Guy Fortin Resource Development determines that it is in the public, industry, and/or community Tel: 514.457.2211 ext. 23 email@example.com interest (e.g., a highly competitive market area with confirmed scarcity of resource). A pit manager will be selected through a Request for Proposal (RFP) process. The successful Production Josée Crevier proponent (company or individual) will be responsible for operating the pit and making firstname.lastname@example.org aggregate available to all operators. An example is the Susan Lake public pit near Fort 90 Morgan Road, Unit 14 McMurray.” Baie d’Urfé, Quebec, H9X 3A8 Many of the companies who are currently embroiled in the licensing process elsewhere Tel: 514.457.2211 | Fax: 514.457.2558 Website: www.rocktoroad.com could probably make a solid case for additional aggregate reserves in “a highly competitive market area with confirmed scarcity of resource.” In most jurisdictions however, the Editorial Policy Aggregates & Roadbuilding Magazine serves the entire private sector still assumes all of the risk and expense in finding and licensing reserves, Canadian aggregate and roadbuilding industry by providing readers with up-to-date news and information, often against increasingly sophisticated objector groups whose primary goal is to make the features on aggregate plants, case stories on quarry and highway construction operations, in-depth coverage applicant go anywhere but here. on vital topics aff
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