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Subsurface Waste-Disposal Potential of Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Geological Survey. Sedimentary Geology Division.

Subsurface Waste-Disposal Potential of Saskatchewan.

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Written in English

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SeriesSaskatchewan Geological Survey Report -- 177
ContributionsSimpson, F.
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Open LibraryOL21793564M

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The province is home to all of Canada's operating potash mines. By conservative estimates, Saskatchewan could supply world potash demand at current levels for several hundred years. Water and other non-hazardous waste fluids produced in association with oil-and-gas or non-oil-and-gas activities in Saskatchewan can be disposed into a subsurface pool through a disposal well in accordance with Section of The Oil and Gas Conservation Act and Section 53 of The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations, Waste disposal problems near potash mines in Saskatchewan, Canada J.

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