BCEIA Elects 2022-23 Board of Directors

MAY 26, 2022 – Following the Annual General Meeting held in Whistler, BC on May 25th, the British Columbia Environment Industry Association (BCEIA) is pleased to announce the election of the following Members to its Board: OFFICERS who will form the executive committee include: David Kettlewell, President SNC-Lavalin Inc. Korene Torney, Vice President SLR Consulting […]

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Environment and Climate Change Canada: Seeking comments on the discussion paper on the XBR

Seeking comments on the Discussion Document on the Review of the Definitions of Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Recyclable Materials under the Cross-Border Movement of Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Recyclable Materials Regulations  APRIL 6, 2022 – On April 6, 2022, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) released a discussion document on the Review of the Definitions of […]

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QM Environmental Awarded 1st Place in BCEIA “Members at Work” Photo Contest

Congratulations to SECURE Environmental and Active Earth Engineering for their 2nd and 3rd Place Photos! The ninth annual BCEIA “Members at Work” Photo Contest received a number of high quality entries from amateur photographers within its member organizations. Qualifying photos encompassed a wide range of subjects and included any photos taken during work in the […]

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BC Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change – Regulating Soil Relocation Intentions Paper: Summary of Comments Report Posted

The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy received feedback on the proposed soil relocation changes to the Contaminated Sites Regulation (Stage 14) outlined in the Intentions Paper-Regulating Soil Relocation. The Summary of Comments report is now posted on Site Remediation Legislation and Protocols. […]

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Core6 Environmental Awarded 1st Place in BCEIA “Members at Work” Photo Contest

Congratulations to Omega Drilling and VanMars Drilling Ltd. for their Second and Third Place Photos The eighth annual BCEIA “Members at Work” Photo Contest received a number of high quality entries from amateur photographers within its member organizations. Qualifying photos encompassed a wide range of subjects and included any photos taken during work in the […]

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KPU Environmental Protection Technology Co-op Students Available for Summer Positions

JANUARY 20, 2021 – The Career Development Centre at KPU collaborates with businesses to create engaging work experiences for students. Environmental Protection Technology (EPT) Co-op students alternate their studies with paid work terms where they apply knowledge attained from their courses during co-op work placements. How Will Hiring a Co-op Student Help My Business? • […]

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