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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Summit Earthworks Welcomes Senior Project Manager to Lead Remediation Division

September 17, 2020 – Summit Earthworks, the growing market leader in end-to-end environmental solutions for government, industrial, commercial and residential clients, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bradley Reshetylo, Senior Project Manager, Remediation Division. A seasoned operations professional, Brad brings more than 30 years combined experience in Phase 1 – 3 through to environmental […]

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Nominations for the 2020 Brownie Awards Are Now Open

The Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN) Brownie Awards are given to recognize excellence in brownfield remediation and reuse. They are presented in six categories for projects/programs and one category for individual achievement. All project/program nominations are eligible for consideration as Best Overall Project and, depending on their size/scope, for either Best Large or Best Small Project. […]

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Submission Requirements for Remediation Site Services have been Revised in Response to COVID-19

JUNE 15, 2020 – The requirement for paper copies of reports has been suspended. For the duration of the public health threat, a complete submission for site services and site risk classification includes electronic copies of a completed Contaminated Sites Services Application Form (CSSAF) and relevant forms, reports, figures and tables. Payment for services must […]

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Climate Ready BC: Preparing Together

Have your say on BC’s Climate Preparedness and Adaptation Strategy The government’s CleanBC plan commits the Province to develop a Climate Preparedness and Adaptation Strategy to help ensure that communities across BC can prepare for a changing climate. Organizations and individuals are invited to provide their thoughts on the effects of climate change as well […]

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BEST 2020: Call for Abstracts Now Open

Bettering Environmental Stewardship & Technology May 6 – 8, 2020 • Fairmont Chateau Whistler The British Columbia Environment Industry Association invites submissions of papers and technical presentations for its seventh annual Bettering Environmental Stewardship and Technology Conference (BEST 2020) to be held in beautiful Whistler, BC, May 6 – 8, 2020. Download the BEST 2020 […]

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Government of Canada: Federal Sustainable Development Strategy Published

FSDS 2019-2022 Now Available JUNE 19, 2019 – the Government of Canada has released the 2019-2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS). In December 2018, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change released the draft 2019-2022 FSDS for public consultation. Throughout the 120-day consultation period, they received comments from governments, Indigenous organizations, non-governmental organizations, academics, businesses […]

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