Services provided by SECURE Energy are governed by our General Terms and Conditions (GTCs) unless otherwise agreed under a valid contract between the parties. Customers are encouraged to review the GTCs linked below.
New Waste Acceptance Requirements effective April 4, 2022
Generator and Transporter – Expectations and Requirements
In coordination with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER), SECURE Energy is implementing new waste acceptance requirements at all AER Regulated waste management facilities in Alberta. Effective April 4, 2022, the following information MUST be included on all waste shipping documents to be offloaded at SECURE waste management facilities:
- DOW/Non-DOW classification – See AER Directive 058, Appendix 7, Table 7.4
- AER Waste Code – See AER Directive 058, Appendix 7, Table 7.4 or Directive 047, Appendix 3
- All DOW classified wastes MUST be accompanied by an AER Waste Manifest
For further information, please see the SECURE's AER Directive 058 Reference.
This information MUST be provided by the waste generator to the transporter prior to arrival at SECURE’s waste management facilities.
Please CLICK HERE for more information. This document is for reference purposes only; it remains the waste generator’s responsibility to apply the correct classification and AER Waste Code.
SECURE Application Form (SAF)
SECURE strictly enforces landfill acceptance criteria with the following guidelines:
- Class I landfill acceptance criteria
- Class II landfill - non-hazardous industrial waste
Prior to sending loads to the landfill, the waste generator or waste generator representative is to complete a SECURE Application Form (SAF). Once approved, we will supply a SECURE Customer Agreement Code (SCA) pertaining to the appropriate waste stream(s). Use the link below to access and download our SAF below:
Waste Protocol Sheets
Our Solid Waste Acceptance Protocol sheets are provincially specific for proper waste characterization and the analytical parameters for each solid waste stream. Details within the protocol sheets outline the various testing requirements and associated concentrations or levels of each parameter. Use the links below to access and download the applicable Waste Protocol Sheet: