City of Edmonton
Report Spills Immediately to 311 or Alberta Environment’s Hotline at 1-800-222-6514
Washing cement, concrete products or dust into Edmonton’s stormwater system can have a devastating effect to the city’s natural environment. Proper disposal of concrete and cement-based products is important and helps maintain a healthy environment.
Visit the link below to download a guide that will help you learn how to contain and properly dispose of runoff from cement or concrete work and give you tips for proper handling of:
- Saw Cutting
- Exposing Aggregate
- Concrete Pumping
- Delivery Trucks
- Washing Equipment
Safe Disposal of Concrete & Cement Based Products
City of Edmonton Aggregate & Concrete Recycling
City of Calgary
For information on residential recycling and disposal of concrete in the City of Calgary visit:
Disposal of Small and Large Quantities of Concrete
Exposed Aggregate Wash-Off Water
An exposed aggregate concrete double driveway requires approximately 500 litres of wash-off water. Wash-off water from exposed aggregate concrete is highly alkaline, silty and may contain harmful chemicals. Wash water discharged into storm sewers may drain into fish bearing streams causing fish kills and habitat damage.
To learn more about the Wash-Off Water Management Methods CLICK HERE.