Board of Directors

Officers

Brian S. White

Brian S. White, P.Eng.

PRESIDENT

Division Manager – Environmental Services
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Chris McCue

Chris McCue, AScT

1st VICE President


President McCue Engineering Contractors
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Mike Farnsworth, B. Sc.

Mike Farnsworth, B. Sc.

SECRETARY

Project Manager
Keystone Environmental
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Kate Branch P.Eng.

Kate Branch P.Eng.

2nd VICE PRESIDENT

Senior Engineer / Partner
Core6 Environmental Ltd.
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Luke Dineley

Luke Dineley

TREASURER

Lawyer
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
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John Hibbard

John Hibbard

PAST PRESIDENT

Sales Director
Tervita
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Board Members

Monte Anions, Geo.L., EP

Monte Anions, Geo.L., EP

Project Manager - Environmental Services
exp Services Inc.
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Kirby Briggs

Kirby Briggs

Business Development Manager, BC and YK Region, Environmental Services, Maxxam Analytics
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Chris Gill

Chris Gill

Associate – Environmental Services, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
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Peter Hamata, PMP, EP

Peter Hamata, PMP, EP

Account Executive, Stericycle
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Susannah Kennedy

Susannah Kennedy, BSc, PChem

Director of Client Relations, CARO Analytical
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David Kettlewell

David Kettlewell

Senior Project Manager
SNC Lavalin
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Vijay Lanji, MBA

Vijay Lanji, MBA

President
Envirogreen Technologies Ltd.
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Rustam Punja

Technical Sales Representative
Systech Environmental Canada
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Elena Ranyuk

Elena Ranyuk, PhD

Technical Director, Stormtec Filtration
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Andrew Sorensen, P.Eng., CSAP

Environmental Engineer
Thurber Engineering Ltd.
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Michael Sumal, B.Sc.

Michael Sumal, B.Sc.

Account Manager, Clean Harbors
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Forrest Tittle

Forrest Tittle, PhD

Dean, School of Energy, British Columbia Institute of Technology
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Karen Tu

Karen C.A. Tu, B.Sc.

Manager Third Party Sales
ALS Life Sciences Division | Environmental
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Adam Way

Adam Way

Barrister and Solicitor, Harper Grey LLP
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Organization of the Board

The board is sub-divided into specific committees with specific mandates. If you have interests or skills to enrich one of these committees your expertise will be appreciated. Similarly, we are open to forming new committees to keep pace with new developments within the environmental industry.

Executive Committee

Consisting of the President, Past President, 1st and 2nd Vice President, Secretary Treasurer;the Executive Committee carries out the day-to-day operational activities of the Association.

Communications Committee

The Communications Committee is responsible for developing and communicating public messages and outreach programs for the BCEIA.

Brownfields Committee

This committee of multi-disciplined brownfield/contaminated sites practitioners meets regularly to discuss developments, opportunities and regulatory changes in the brownfield industry.

Hazardous Waste Committee

Members of this committee provide direct oversight to the BCEIA Hazardous Waste Compliance Improvement Project (HWCIP). They also monitor legislation, policy and regulatory reform.

Education and Professional Development Committee

The goal of this committee is to explore opportunities for professional development for BCEIA members as well as training and mentorship programs for those who wish to enter the sector.

First Nations Committee

A focus on improving communications, cooperation and understanding between First Nations and environmental companies, increasing First Nations participation in environmental industries, are the cornerstones of this environmental committees’ involvement with First Nations across the province. The committee seeks to establish partnerships, build enterprise, and enhance labour development with First Nations communities and people.

Membership Committee

The Membership Committee works to recruit and welcome new members at each level of membership from Student to Platinum. We also strive to retain our current membership by ensuring our members receive the full benefit of their membership.

Government Relations Committee

The Government Relations Committee provides a conduit to discuss environmental policy and upcoming changes to regulations within the Province of British Columbia. The committee’s role is not be lobby government for change but to be an active participant in the development and ongoing discussions related to regulatory review.

BEST Committee

The BEST Committee organizes the annual Bettering Environmental Stewardship & Technology (BEST) Conference on behalf of the organization.

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