Written by Sean D. Parker and Stuart W. Chambers, McLennan Ross LLP In 2018 the Government of Alberta overhauled the Remediation Certificate Regulation, made under the Alberta Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (“EPEA”). Effective January 1, 2019, the newly titled “Remediation Regulation” came into force. The new Alberta regime for contaminated sites under the Remediation Regulation has two main parts: 1. Deadlines […]
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dynaCERT Inc and H2 Tek have taken home the $5,000 top prize at the Mining Cleantech Challenge in Denver, the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association (CCIA) has reported. The two companies’ technology were chosen by mining executives and investors in the industry as the best among a competitive field of 12 total companies representing the US, […]
There is increasing focus on the utilization of Blockchain technology to track hazardous materials and hazardous waste. Blockchain technology allows for a system where records can be stored, facts can be verified by anyone, and security is guaranteed. The software that would power such a system is called a “blockchain”. Blockchains store information across a […]
Written by Dawn DeVroom, IDR Environmental Services A fire broke out on Saturday, February 17 at Tesla’s car plant in Fremont, California. This isn’t anything new, because we do hear about businesses that have fires from time to time. But, what makes this fire different is that it happened in an area where the company stores some […]
Global survey reveals digital transformation is fueling operational excellence (OE), but many companies are still trying to figure out what digital means for them
The Government of Canada recently announced that it was committing $4.1 million to six international organizations to fund research projects that will help improve protocols and decision-making to minimize the environmental impacts of oil spills. The recipients include: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation; Johns Hopkins University; New Jersey Institute of Technology; SINTEF Ocean; Texas A&M University; and […]
The Environmental Emergency Regulations, 2019 (the final regulations) were recently published in the Canada Gazette. They come into force on August 24, 2019, and until then, the Environmental Emergency Regulations (first published in 2003) are in force.
Alberta Environment and Parks and Alberta Health Services have issued new orders to protect residents living near a former creosote treatment plant in northeast Edmonton.
by Max Collett, Norton Rose Fulbright The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy in British Columbia intends to bring forward legislation to better regulate excess soil relocation, including waste soils, and reduce deposit of soils in landfills. The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy has for years been aware that certain participants in […]
Written by Steven Pike, Argon Electronics When you are required to conduct wide area emergency preparedness training – be it in the setting of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNe) school, a dedicated military center or an industrial facility – the ongoing challenge for any CBRNe instructor is to be able to create […]
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