The Sarnia-Lambton Environmental Association or “SLEA” is a non-profitco-operative comprised of 20 industrial manufacturers in the Sarnia-Lambton area of Southwestern Ontario.
The SLEA monitors ambient environmental conditions to assess the impact of its members on the local environment (air, water and soil). Established in 1952, the SLEA has been monitoring local environmental conditions for over 50 years. Part of the SLEA mandate is to share this information with government agencies and the Sarnia-Lambton community.
“Guided by scientific data and practical experience, the member companies encourage each other to reduce the environmental footprints of their plant sites. It is through their collective commitment to ongoing environmental improvements that positive and measured results are being realized locally.”
– Dean Edwardson, General Manager May 27, 2009
Review the facts about our local environment
Please feel free to browse through the site and review our findings. We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have so feel free to contact us.
Our latest reports are listed here for your convenience:
2012 Progress Review Technical Summary » Download PDF
2011 Progress Review Technical Summary » Download PDF
2011 Annual Review Meeting Guest Presentations »Natural Gas from Shales
K.J. O’Shea, Dillon Consulting Limited
»ECRC Presentation SLEA
Andy Erjovac, ECRC
» Deepwater Horizon Experience
Andy Erjovac, ECRC
2010 Progress Review Technical Summary » Download PDF
2010 Annual Review Meeting Guest Presentations »
“The Safe Delivery of Energy”
Leon Zupan, Senior VP, Operations Enbridge Pipelines
2009 Progress Review Technical Summary » Download PDF
2009 Annual Review Meeting Guest Presentations »OPG Biomass and Gas Repowering Program
2009 River Monitoring Program Summary of VOC Monitoring Results » Download PDF
» More documents available for download here