Total E&P Canada Ltd.'s Joslyn North Mine project required re-alignment of the existing access road. Associated Environmental provided regulatory advice and technical guidance to the construction and design team including regulatory approval applications and technical guidance for construction crews, a Wildlife Mitigation Plan, and recommendations for environmental mitigation measures.
The City of Edmonton replaced a boardwalk over an oxbow of Whitemud Creek. For the project, Associated Environmental completed applications for the regulatory approvals, and sought municipal regulation clearances under the North Saskatchewan River Valley Redevelopment Plan and the City of Edmonton Corporate Tree Management Policy. The 40 m long boardwalk includes nature signs, a scenic path, and separate pedestrian and bike lanes.
Associated led the delivery of a Long-Term Monitoring Plan for six run-of-river hydroelectric facilities located in the Harrison and Stave watersheds. As specified in the facilities’ Conditional Water Licence Authorizations and under the Fisheries Act, implementation of the Long-Term Monitoring Plan is required for the first 5 years of operation, followed by continued data analysis.
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.
Navigating the challenges of environmental permits and authorizations is one of the most important ways that Associated Environmental assists our clients to complete their projects in a timely, cost-effective, and environmentally responsible manner. Our combination of strong regulatory knowledge, practical experience, and relationships with government staff enables us to provide sound advice and minimize delays. Associated’s regulatory expertise includes federal (e.g. Fisheries Act, Species at Risk Act, Canadian Environmental Assessment Act), provincial (e.g. water, waste discharge and contaminated sites regulations), and local (e.g. riparian set-back) statutes. We also assist clients to develop regulatory compliance programs for specific construction projects or as part of a comprehensive Environmental Management System.
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Alberta Environment and Parks
BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
City of Calgary
City of Vernon
Government of Northwest Territories
Regional District of North Okanagan
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure
Teck Coal Ltd.
TOTAL E&P Ltd.
Western Copper and Gold Corporation