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What is a Wide Area Remediation Plan and what does it mean for the Trail area?

A Wide Area Remediation Plan (WARP) is defined in the B.C. Contaminated Sites Regulation as “a remediation plan for an environmental management area for one or more specific substances which have originated from one or more sources specified in the plan”.

Teck is working with the B.C. Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy on a WARP to address soil impacts from historical aerial smelter emissions.

An approved WARP for the Trail area will formally establish criteria and targets for soil management and monitoring of human and ecological health.

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