COVID-19 Response Planning that protects your people and optimizes operations.
Best practices regarding COVID-19 are evolving rapidly at regional, national and international levels. Our team has developed a straightforward process for developing or modifying response plans that minimize risks for staff and the public.
Cost-effective and sustainable landfill solutions tailored to your community’s specific needs.
Balancing operational, environmental and cost considerations can be challenging for both public and private landfills. We will help site, plan and design your facility with the objective of maximizing site life while balancing key technical considerations with overall cost effectiveness. (County Landfill – Roseridge, AB)
Helping you meet your community’s sustainability goals.
Our waste management plans and ongoing advisory services will help your community develop and meet its long-term goals. We can help you identify steps to increase waste diversion, plan capital improvements and assist with funding applications to develop new infrastructure. (Lower Stl’atl’imx Tribal Council Eco-Depots – Pemberton, BC)
Determining financial, technical and environmental feasibility.
Feasibility studies, front end design studies and conceptual planning will set your project on the path to success. We will help you investigate the technical feasibility and costs of new or emerging technologies and facilities. (Zero Waste Infrastructure Planning – City of Vancouver)
A specialized team you can trust.
Your complex project requires a team that understands the local technical, regulatory and market conditions. Public and private agencies rely on us to provide best practices support, such as the development of guidance documents for Odour Management for Metro Vancouver and Best Available Technologies for Odour and Leachate Management for BC Ministry of Environment. (Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine Composing Facility – Terrace, BC)
Providing you with innovative and sustainable options.
There is still a significant amount of energy and materials in our waste stream that can be processed and diverted from disposal using a variety of technologies. Our team can support your resource recovery project by investigating the feasibility of technologies such as waste-to-energy, anaerobic digestion and mixed waste processing. (Construction and Demolition Waste Process to Alternative Fuel – City of Vancouver, BC)
Supporting your vision from design to completion.
Solid waste facility projects can require combined expertise in waste management, environmental planning, building and facilities engineering and project management. We have dedicated staff that specialize in each of these areas to ensure your project runs as seamless as possible. (Recycling & Waste Drop-off Facility – Surrey BC)
Government agencies and businesses are challenged with finding sustainable and cost effective measures to reduce, divert and responsibly dispose of waste in their growing communities. Our integrated waste management services will help set a path to achieving community sustainability goals by providing cost-effective solutions that minimize waste, maximize recycling and resource recovery, as well as ensure adequate supporting infrastructure.
Make us your first call for all aspects of waste management planning and engineering, including development of waste management plans and programs, facility siting and the planning , design, approvals and construction of waste processing, transfer and disposal facilities.
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