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  1. 1. AGGREGATE RESOURCES INVENTORY AND MASTER PLAN United Counties of Prescott and Russell (UCPR) September 13, 2012
  2. 2. Presentation Outline  Mineral Economics of Aggregate Resources  Mineral Aggregate Resources of UCPR  Constraints to the Development of Aggregate Resources  Definition of Aggregate Resources Policy Areas for the UCPR
  3. 3. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Production Mineral Aggregate Production in Ontario 1998-2009
  4. 4. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Production % Change in Commodities comprising Mineral Aggregate Production in Ontario 1998-2009
  5. 5. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Production Production of Sand and Gravel by Geographic Areas 2000-2008 (based on Information from TOARC, 2010)
  6. 6. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Production Production of Crushed Stone and Other Mineral Aggregates by Geographic Areas 2000-2008 (based on Information from TOARC, 2010)
  7. 7. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Production Estimated Average Annual Consumption in 1990s and 2000s (based on Information from TOARC, 2010)
  8. 8. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Production -UCPR Mineral Aggregate Production - United Counties of Prescott and Russell (based on Information from TOARC, 2010)
  9. 9. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Production -UCPR Mineral Aggregate Production - Comparative Analysis (based on Information from TOARC, 2010)
  10. 10. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Consumption Sources of Mineral Aggregate Consumption in Ontario
  11. 11. Mineral Aggregate Resource - Consumption Per Capita Consumption (in Tonnes per Year, 2000s) in Ontario (estimated based on Information from TOARC and Altus Group, 2009)
  12. 12. Mineral Aggregate Resource – Production and Consumption Per Capita Consumption and Production (in Tonnes per Year, 2000s) in Ontario (estimated based on Information from TOARC and Altus Group, 2009)
  13. 13. Mineral Aggregate Resource – Production and Consumption – Eastern Ontario Average Historical and Projected Per Capita Consumption and Production of Mineral Aggregates in Eastern Ontario (estimated based on Information from TOARC and Altus Group, 2009)
  14. 14. Presentation Outline  Mineral Economics of Aggregate Resources  Mineral Aggregate Resources of UCPR  Constraints to the Development of Aggregate Resources  Definition of Aggregate Resources Policy Areas for the UCPR
  15. 15. Mineral Aggregate Resources - Sand and Gravel
  16. 16. Mineral Aggregate Resources - Bedrock
  17. 17. Mineral Aggregate Resources - Geological Profile
  18. 18. Mineral Aggregate Resources -Supply and Demand Areas Primary Supply Areas
  19. 19. Presentation Outline  Mineral Economics of Aggregate Resources  Mineral Aggregate Resources of UCPR  Constraints to the Development of Aggregate Resources  Definition of Aggregate Resources Policy Areas for the UCPR
  20. 20. Mineral Aggregate Resources - Constraints  Anthropological, ecological, groundwater and physiographical factors (i.e., constraints) that may be encountered with the planning and development of mineral aggregate resources  Once the constraining factors were identified, a scoring scheme was developed to assess the level of constraint associated with a geographic location within the UCPR
  21. 21. Mineral Aggregate Resources - Constraints Identified Constraints Opportunies (Anthropological, Ecological, (Aggregate Resources) Groundwater & Physiographical) Assign Rankings Process Rankings Setbacks to Constraints Setbacks Opportunity + Scored Constraint Constraint Overlay Scoring Parcel Fabric Aggregate Constraints Analysis Primary Resource Algorithmic Simplication Resource Summary Statistics Selection and Reduction Areas by Parcel Parcel Fabric with Aggregate Resource Analysis Statistics
  22. 22. Mineral Aggregate Resources - Resource Evaluation Model Resource- Definition Implication Category Eliminated Existing built or approved development There is no potential for aggregate areas such as the existing railroad corridors extraction at this time or cultural heritage sites were ELIMNATED from further consideration Highly Two or more HIGH-level constraints Extraction may be possible but it is Constrained coincide with identified aggregate resource expected that these resource lands will lands require significant efforts to minimize impacts Moderately One HIGH-level constraint, or one HIGH- Extraction may be possible, but it is Constrained level constraint and one or more LOW-level expected to require efforts, which may constraints coincide with identified be significant, to ensure acceptable aggregate resource lands impacts Minimally One or more LOW-level constraints Extraction may occur on these resource Constrained coincide with identified aggregate resource lands and is expected to require lands commonly employed efforts to ensure impacts are minimized Unconstrained No constraints identified coincide with There is potential for aggregate identified aggregate resource lands extraction at this time
  23. 23. Presentation Outline  Mineral Economics of Aggregate Resources  Mineral Aggregate Resources of UCPR  Constraints to the Development of Aggregate Resources  Definition of Aggregate Resources Policy Areas for the UCPR
  24. 24. Aggregate Resource Policy Areas • Aggregate Resource Policy Areas for the purpose of municipal planning purposes were determined on the basis of the following criteria:  Unconstrained, minimally constrained and moderately constrained bedrock resources  Unconstrained, minimally constrained and moderate constrained primary, secondary, and tertiary sand and gravel resources  Bedrock, sand and gravel resources as determined by the Primary Aggregate Resource Policy Area Selection that are within 500 metres of, and contiguous with, a licensed pit or quarry
  25. 25. Aggregate Resource Policy Areas In addition, the aggregate policy areas were simplified to exclude thin or small strips of land based on the following exclusion criteria:  slivers resource having a width of less than 20m;  contiguous parcels of resource less than 1 ha; and  contiguous parcels of resource having a perimeter to area ratio greater than 3.0 unless a parcel has an area greater than 1ha, in which case having a perimeter to area ratio greater than 4.0.
  26. 26. Aggregate Resource Policy Areas
  27. 27. Questions/Comments
  28. 28. THANK YOU

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