AE completed the environmental screening and clearance reporting for Enbridge's Integrity Dig Program on Line 21 running from Norman Wells, NT to Zama, AB. The information was used to determine whether any permits would be required from the National Energy Board prior to ground disturbance.
Associated Environmental completed an environmental assessment of the sewage infiltration pit in Ross River, YT. The project was conducted in preparation for decommissioning of the pit, which is being replaced with a new wastewater facility.
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