Associated Environmental (AE) provided consulting services for a wastewater-to-ground investigation for a community at Lakelse Lake, near Terrace, B.C. In this capacity, AE made recommendations for water sampling protocol, coordinated and trained on-site personnel, reviewed the drilling and installation of three wells, and provided technical advice, particularly on disposal-to-ground viability.
As part of an exploration program for tantalum and niobium, baseline environmental monitoring was completed to support an Environmental Impact Assessment submission to the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office. Associated Environmental (AE) conducted the surface water quality and hydrology components of the baseline assessment. For three years, AE operated four hydrometric stations and collected water samples from 14 locations to help evaluate whether any potential hydrologic and water quality changes could occur as a result of future production.
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.
The Calgary Zoo was inundated with water during flooding in 2013 in Calgary, AB. Associated Environmental (AE) was part of a team to design a flood protection plan for St. George's Island, where the zoo is located. AE's contribution and modelling results helped determine the effectiveness of various engineering solutions and to define what would be required to protect the zoo from future flood events.
Associated Environmental provided project management, hydrology, modelling, and hydrogeology services for a $2.5 million dollar water supply and demand project in the Okanagan Basin. The project conducted scientific studies of water use, naturalized streamflows, groundwater, and instream flow requirements. These studies provided essential information for the development of a comprehensive water demand and use model for the Basin.
AE has a strong record in hydrogeology, hydrology, aquatic ecology and water management. As water and earth sciences are at the core of our expertise, AE’s water and earth science personnel have extensive experience developing, managing and protecting groundwater and surface water resources. We use our modelling, technical and analytical skills to provide focussed and practical solutions to a full spectrum of water related issues.
For more information, please contact Paul Hague (Manager, Water & Earth Sciences) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our website concerning the BC Water Sustainability Act.
Also see Hydrogeology expertise.
BC Water & Waste Association 2012 Excellence and Innovation in the Water and Waste Industry Award
Contribution to the Okanagan Water Supply and Demand Project
Alberta Environment and Parks
City of Calgary
City of Vernon
City of Whitehorse
Columbia Shuswap Regional District
Fort McKay First Nation
Kutchco Copper Corporation
Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band
Okanagan Basin Water Board
Okanagan Nation Alliance
Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen
Selwyn Chihong Mining