Teck Resources Limited is planning a new mine near it's Coal Mountain facilities, referred to as CMO 2. Associated Environmental is leading key elements of the vegetation, soil, and biodiversity assessments required for Mines Act permits.
As part of the Whatshan Generating Station Water Use Plan, BC Hydro is required to complete a fish salvage in the Lower Whatshan River following the ceastation of spill events at Whatshan Dam. Associated has completed fish salvage operations since 2002.
The BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MOTI) retained Associated Environmental to assist in restoring riparian habitat and monitoring fish compensation habitat at three locations. The work was in accordance with the requirements of three Fisheries Act Authorizations that allowed for significant upgrades to the Adams River Bridge at Squilax, the Trans-Canada Highway at Salmon Arm, and Highway 97A at Armstrong. AE conducted yearly assessments of riparian vegetation and provided workable solutions to help MOTI meet its targets for the sites.
For more information, please contact Corinna Hoodicoff (Manager of Environmental Assessment & Planning) at email@example.com.
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