Entries by hazzmatt1

BC Ministry of the Environment – New Draft Analytical Methods Posted for Review

New draft analytical methods listed below, were developed by the B.C. Environment Ministry with the assistance of the British Columbia Environmental Laboratory Technical Advisory Committee (BCELTAC).  They were recently posted for review and comment to the ministry’s Sampling, Methods & Quality Assurance webpage, BC Environmental Laboratory Manual, “Methods Posted for Review”. Liquid-Solid Partitioning (Leachability) of […]

CHAR Technologies Ltd. Announces Approval of $1 Million Grant

CHAR Technologies Ltd. (the “CHAR”) (YES – TSXV) is pleased to announce that it has been approved for a grant totalling $1 million provided by the Government of Ontario through the Ontario Centres of Excellence (“OCE”). The grant is in support of CHAR’s current SulfaCHAR production project, which has previously received funding and support from […]

Alberta Proposing to allow Cities to Tax Vacant Brownfields

The Alberta Government recently released proposed changes to the Alberta Municipal Act that, if enacted, would allow for municipalities to tax vacant non-residential property at a higher rate than occupied properties.  The proposal is viewed as a means to spur the development of brownfield properties. As reported in the Calgary Sun, Edmonton city council is […]

Canadian Government will clean up Iqaluit dumpsite

As reported in Nunatsiaq Online, an old Iqaluit dumpsite littered with metal refuse, fuel barrels and other toxic waste overlooking the Sylvia Grinnell River will soon be removed, following a multi-million dollar remediation contract recently issued by the federal government.  Iqaluit is the capital city of the Canadian territory of Nunavut.  It sits on vast […]

Hazmat Suits Market Trends to 2022

The Hazmat Suits Market research report, prepared by 360 Market Updates, provides an in-depth study on the current state of the Hazmat Suits Industry. The Report provides a basic overview of the Hazmat Suits Market including definitions, classifications, applications and chain structure. The Hazmat Suits Industry analysis is provided for the international market including development […]

Mount Polley Subject To Private Prosecution Due To Province’s Failure To Act

Article by Paula Lombardi from Siskinds LLP In the fall of 2016 MiningWatch Canada initiated a private prosecution under the Fisheries Act against the British Columbia government and Mount Polley mine as a result of the collapse of the Mount Polley tailings dam in 2014. The failure of the dam resulted in 25 million cubic metres of washwater and mine […]

Hazmat Response and Confirmation of Chemical Identity

Philip Tackett, a certified HAZMAT responder and a Product Manager at FLIR, discusses its latest tool for chemical identification Civilian and military responders face scenarios ranging from intentional chemical attacks and accidental hazardous material (HAZMAT) releases to natural disasters and environmental monitoring or remediation efforts.  Responders step on-scene with a diverse toolkit –sometimes small and […]