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"I would never have bought if I knew..." ...

"I would never have bought if I knew..."

Are you a homebuyer, seller, real estate agent, or lawyer? Whether your concern is "due diligence" or "buyer beware," the practical challenge is the same: at this time there is no one-stop shopping for environmental information in Alberta.

On October 13, Environmental Law Centre Staff Counsel Adam Driedzic presented a webinar about accessing environmental records. This session gave special attention to the property condition and emerging online services.

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW CENTRE Real Estate What Lies Beneath? WEBINAR 12:00pm, October 13, 2010 Adam Driedzic ELC Staff Counsel
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW CENTRE Real Estate Mute your phone ( DIAL *6 ) Use chat sidebar Problems? ( DIAL *0 )
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW CENTRE Real Estate ELC Registered Charity Since 1982 Edmonton-based Alberta-wide Information and Education Public Participation Objective
  • Photograph : Rick MacWilliam edmontonjournal.com
  • Municipality (SOME) INFORMATION ON Fire Prevention Orders (Fire Code) Clean up Orders (EPEA / Litter Act) PRIVATE LAND CONDITION By-law / public nuisance Zoning / uses PRIVATE Service Alberta Asking Price Land Titles ( historical search) Seller / Seller’s Agent Municipal Affairs Neighbors Safety Code Compliance Orders Inspection Tank Site Remediation Environmental Site Assessment Energy AGENCIES Abandoned infrastructure locations Petroleum Tank Management Association Active infrastructure locations underground fuel tank location Compliance and enforcement records Alberta One-Call Industry data underground infrastructure Alberta Environment Environmental Law Centre ESAR / Record of Site Condition well site reclamation certificates Technical and scientific data environmental enforcement action Releases Remediation NON-GOVERNMENT Statutory Authorizations Media Environmental monitoring data Industry monitoring and reporting Environment Canada Environmental and community groups Enforcement Actions National Pollutant Release Inventory
  • Alberta Environment - Home Page Air Land Water About Us Access to Information Links Authorization Viewer Programs and Services Information Centre Land -Authorization viewer -Environmental Site Assessment Repository (ESAR) -Reclamation and Remediation -Petroleum Storage Tanks
  • ERCB - Home Page About Publications Public Zone Industry Zone Info services Catalogue Process Data Orders Projects News Links Microfiche Replacement
  • ERCB Information Services Phone: 403-297-8311 (select 2) Fax: 403-297-7040 Email: Infoservices@ercb.ca Mail: (BEFORE OCTOBER 30, 2010) 640 – 5 Avenue S.W. Calgary AB T2P 3G4 (AFTER OCTOBER 30, 2010) 250 – 5 Street S.W. Calgary AB T2P 0R4 Abandoned well locations: Requests must use Alberta Township System (ATS) See Also: “Advisory Land Use Planning Notes”
  • Adam Driedzic _________ From: Info Services [Infoservices@ercb.ca] Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 9:46 AM To: Adam Driedzic Subject:RE: abandoned well location Adam, We can send you a map of all the abandoned wells in a particular area, you would need to supply a township range meridian. As well in November there will be an online map for customers to pull all abandoned wells in an area. ... ______________________________________________________________________________ From: Adam Driedzic [mailto: adriedzic@elc.ab.ca] Sent: Friday September 17, 2010 3:22 PM To: Info Services Subject: abandoned well location Hi Infoservices, Is it possible to use the ERCB website to search for the location of abandoned wells? ...
  • Environment Canada www.ec.gc.ca  Pollution and Waste  Pollutants  National Pollutant Release Inventory Search By: -postal code -company name -facility name -compilations
  • Identify the right sources. Routine Disclosure does not mean free or easy. ( but it does mean publicly available) No FOIP is for better and worse. No certain answers.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW CENTRE Real Estate For 2011 . . . Access to Environmental Information in Alberta
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW CENTRE Real Estate Support ELC Tax Receipt CRA Registration Number 11890 0679 RR0001 https://www.elc.ab.ca/pages/SupportELC/default.aspx
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAW CENTRE Real Estate Visit ELC 800, 10025 – 106 Street Edmonton 780-424-5099 toll free 1-800-661-4238 elc@elc.ab.ca adriedzic@elc.ab.ca www.elc.ab.ca Blog Facebook Twitter Email updates