ANZAC AREA COMMUNITY ODOUR MONITORING PROJECT – OPEN INVITATION TO VOLUNTEER TRAINING SESSIONS
April 23, 2015
Are you an Anzac, Gregoire Lake or Cheecham Village area resident?
Are you concerned about odours that sometimes occur in the Anzac & surrounding First Nations area?
Do you want to know what causes these odours, and how often they occur?
So do we. And you can help us find out. It’s not too late to get involved!
The Wood Buffalo Environmental Association (WBEA) is conducting a Community Odour Monitoring Project to help identify the patterns and types of odours that are commonly experienced in the Anzac, Gregoire Lake & Cheecham Village area.
Interested in learning more? Come to one of our volunteer training sessions on May 6th:
WHERE: Anzac Community Hall
WHEN: Wednesday, May 6th
12pm & 7:30pm
DETAILS: Food & drinks will be provided. Catering provided by Anzac Grocery. Volunteer training sessions will last approx. 1 hour.
You can help us better monitor the air you’re breathing…come find out how!
For more information please visit our Community Odour Monitoring Project page, or contact WBEA directly at 780-799-4420.
Please note that the Community Odour Monitoring Project was focused in Fort McMurray in 2013/2014, and will focus in the Anzac, Gregoire Lake & Cheecham Village area in 2015/2016.