EMS reports new contracts worth $10M
OTTAWA, ONT-Environmental Management Solutions (EMS) and its subsidiary companies have been awarded a total of $10.1 million in new contracts. Two contracts with a combined value of $6 million went to the firm's Sudbury soil treatment facility; the larger of the two ($5.6 million) is a three-year deal with a waste management company. WasteCo Environmental Services has received three contracts worth a total of $3.2 million. Two of these involve waste pickup, disposal and waste tracking services for gas and oil and gas companies; the third contract will provide drilling waste and reclamation services for an oil and gas exploration company. Both WasteCo and the Sudbury facility are part of EMS's waste management division. K-Lor Contractors Services, part of the environmental contracting division, has been commissioned to deconstruct a storage tank farm north of Yellowknife, NWT; the contract is valued at $610,000. Finally, under a $250,000 contract from a national petroleum retailer, Tanknology Canada (part of EMS's testing and compliance division) will provide statistical inventory reconciliation services, including stand-alone, third-party leak detection for both lines and tanks. More information is available from EMS president and CEO Frank D'Addario, 613/692-7808, ext 111, E-mail email@example.com,
Web site www.emsgroupinc.com.