Customized Remediation and Reclamation Solutions
When a project is complete and it's time to return the site to its original state, it's time to call our Remediation and Reclamation (Rem/Rec) team. Our tailored Rem/Rec consulting process spans everything from:
- Assessment/Site investigation (Phase I and II)
- Groundwater investigation
- Guideline development
- Soil and groundwater monitoring
- Phase III remediation
- Restoration of vegetation
- Reclamation certificate application
Beyond managing the tasks at hand, our innovative team of scientists participate in research to ensure cutting edge options are available for our clients. Our Remediation and Reclamation services are a part of our Area Based Closure Program. This program is promoted by the Alberta Energy Regulator, and can generate significant cost savings for our customers.
Understanding the impact and risk to the environment is important. Our methods of site assessment and remediation are developed with:
- Regulatory compliance considerations
- Site specific conditions
- Client specified drivers such as timing and cost
Each site-specific assessment will be different and we treat them as such. This helps to guide remedial activities for any type of project we may come across, from the simplest pathway exclusion to in-depth risk-based guideline development.
Our remedial options for emergency spill response or historical releases are developed using a host of site-specific information derived from:
- Desk top studies
- Soil and groundwater investigations
- In-house geophysical services
Our diverse range of environmental remediation options for soil and groundwater can be applied, including excavation for landfill disposal, monitored natural attenuation or groundwater extraction and treatment. Environmental remediation can take place in conjunction with facility decommissioning services, including hazardous materials assessment.