Alberta has one of the most comprehensive tailings management systems in the world – tailing released into the Athabasca River would be heavily treated and regulated, as they already are for other industries.

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ACTIVIST CLAIM: Activists claim plan to release tailings can harm the environment and is unproven.

THE FACTS:  Alberta has one of the most comprehensive tailings management systems in the world – tailing released into the Athabasca River would be heavily treated and regulated, as they already are for other industries.

THE SOURCE:

Canada’s oil sands sector aims to release treated tailings water into river

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