Monday, December 5, 2022

Tag: contaminated sites

Regulation Roundup: How to manage excess soil through “the pause” in...

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Whether it is transit lines, highway construction, or pipelines, new infrastructure projects in Ontario are being proposed daily and they are essential to keeping...

Excess Soils: Adapting to new policies on the horizon in British...

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New regulations on the handling of excess soil may have a big impact on the construction and environment industries in British Columbia. With these...

Nominations open for Brownie Awards 2022

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Dedicated to the rehabilitation and revitalization of sites that were once contaminated, under-utilized, and undeveloped, the Brownie Awards provide annual recognition and celebration of...

Contaminated Sites: Contemplating best practices and policies to support cleanup...

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Canada’s record on contaminated sites cleanups has been controversial at times. The notorious Sydney Tar Ponds in Nova Scotia comes to mind. However, it...

Major milestone recognized at Randle Reef remediation project

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Today the partners involved in the cleanup of Randle Reef — the largest remediation project in the Canadian Great Lakes — highlighted the completion...

Innovative Efforts to Restore Contaminated Sites in B.C.

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The British Columbia government is launching a first-of-its-kind effort to restore oil and gas “legacy sites” across northeastern B.C. This initiative is expected to...

Revised Contaminated Sites Regulations in BC

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Amendments to contaminated sites regulations in British Columbia will result in more clarity and improved compliance verification and enforcement, and will allow resources to...