Omega Environmental Drilling Ltd. Awarded First Place in the BCEIA “Members at Work” Photo Contest
Congratulations to Blue Max Drilling and Tervita for their Second and Third Place Photos
The fifth annual BCEIA “Members at Work” Photo Contest received a number of high quality entries from amateur photographers within its Members organizations. Qualifying photos encompassed a wide range of subjects and included any photos taken during work in the environmental industry in the past year.
First Place – Omega Environmental Drilling Ltd.
Watson Lake Omega Environmental crew working in Watson Lake, British Columbia.
Second Place – Blue Max Drilling
Mottled Rock, Mottled Drill High in the Coastal Mountains around Stewart, BC, with Salmon Glacier in the background, and mottled bedrock in the foreground Blue Max Drilling completed rock anchor drilling for the Brucejack Mine Transmission Line. If you look closely, a limited access drill rig camouflages itself amongst the rock to perform the foundation drilling.
Third Place – Tervita
Remediation System Tervita installing a remediation system for Parkland Fuels on the foreshore in Burnaby, British Columbia.