The Code of Practice for Pits and Water Act applications are under review by Alberta Environment. To view the applications and supporting reports, visit the Resources page.
About the Project
Mountain Ash Limited Partnership (MALP) is pursuing an aggregate operation, called Summit, along Highway 567 northeast of the Town of Cochrane in Rocky View County (RVC). MALP received approval on its Master Site Development Plan (MSDP) and Development Permit (DP) applications and is now pursuing a Code of Practice for Pits (COP) and Water Act approval. Public engagement for all applications is now closed.
A COP application and approval is required before operations can begin and regulates disturbance, reporting and reclamation activities. For more information about the COP, Water Act, and previous application materials, visit the Resources tab.
For more information about project scope and the development plan,
visit The Project tab.
For questions or comments, please get in touch. We are committed to transparency and responsiveness and welcome input about the project or process at any time.
Frequently Asked Questions
This section includes the most common questions asked about the project. Check back often for updated information.