Plastics Sustainability

With more than 95% of all manufactured products relying on chemistry, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland plays a pivotal role in understanding and addressing plastics sustainability and a low-carbon energy future for all Canadians. Petrochemicals and hydrocarbon processing has a well-established history of innovation to help solve society’s most pressing needs by developing new processes and solutions.…

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Community Investment

Many industrially trained fire fighters work at industry, and are volunteer fire fighters in their communities. Many industrially trained fire fighters work at industry, and are volunteer fire fighters in their communities. Alberta’s Industrial Heartland has been home to industry for over six decades. Throughout this time, the number and size of industrial operations have increased.…

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Employment Resources

More than 6,700 people are employed by the industrial companies located in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland. More than 6,700 people are employed by the industrial companies located in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland. Currently, the workforce in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland exceeds 6,100 employees and contractors. Construction projects and maintenance turnarounds also create local employment, ranging from several dozen…

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Air

The first company located in what is now Heartland region in the 1950s. The first company located in what is now Heartland region in the 1950s. Air in the Heartland is monitored continuously by Fort Air Partnership (FAP). FAP monitors and reports on 19 substances that are known to be emitted by various sources in the…

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