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Alkali deposits occur at or near the surface and include all natural accumulations of soluble mineral salts and associated marls, including:
Mineral salts are used for making compounds such as baking soda and water softener as well as road de-icer. They are also used in the manufacture of rubber, metals and textiles.
To acquire alkali dispositions in Saskatchewan:
The Alkali Disposition Searchbook provides information on the holders, percentage of ownership and status of all alkali dispositions in Saskatchewan.
View and download the Alkali Disposition Forms and Guidelines to learn more about obtaining or transferring an Alkali lease.
Please refer to the Mining and Petroleum GeoAtlas for the location of alkali dispositions.
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