This location was an automotive repair operation in Dawson Creek, British Columbia. The fluid containment sump had historically failed and the soils below the building were impacted with lubricating oil. Remediation was completed without disturbing buried sanitary and natural gas pipelines in the area and the site remained operational throughout the process.
This site is a commercial property in Edmonton, Alberta, where hydrocarbon contamination from refined fuels was present in the groundwater below a parking area. Remediation is being completed while the site remains operational.
This site was a former remote communications tower, in the North West Territories, that was powered by a diesel generator. The generator and associated tanks leaked, causing hydrocarbon contamination in the soil. The remote location of the site required that all remediation equipment be transported to and from the site via helicopter.
This site is a commercial property located in Dawson Creek, BC which was contaminated with hydrocarbons during historical railroad operations at the site.
This site is a commercial property located in Fort St. John, BC which was contaminated with hydrocarbons during historical operations at the site.
This site is an oil & gas production site, located in northern British Columbia, that was contaminated through the use of a historical flare pit.
This site was a pilot project to demonstrate the movement of sodium and chloride ions at a site with moderate salinity impacts.
This site was historically contaminated with heating oil which was excavated and treated ex situ.
The site was dewatered and sediments were compacted.