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Gartner Lee consulting firm acquired by AECOM
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TORONTO, ONT-AECOM Technology Corporation has acquired Gartner Lee Limited, an environmental science consulting firm based in Markham, Ontario. The addition of Gartner Lee will strengthen AECOM's abil...
11/12/2007 | Full Story

Mining companies commit over $1.5M for cleanup of abandoned sites in Quebec
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QUEBEC CITY, QUE-Virginia Mines, Canadian Royalties and Azimut Exploration have contributed a total of $250,000 toward the Fonds Explor-Action Nunavik (FRAN), a fund established in March of this year ...
11/12/2007 | Full Story

Quebec community receives GMF grant to clean up former wood preserving plant site
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SAINT-DAMIEN-DE-BRANDON, QUE-A $12,024 Green Municipal Fund grant will help Saint-Damien-de-Brandon, a small municipality east of Trois-Rivières, conduct a Phase II environmental site assessment (ESA)...
9/17/2007 | Full Story

Alberta Environment issues new contaminated site remediation guidelines
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New guidelines from Alberta Environment for the remediation of contaminated sites are now in effect, with certain exceptions. Both Tier 1 and Tier 2 Soil and Groundwater Remediation Guidelines provide...
8/20/2007 | Full Story

Green Municipal Fund to provide up to $20M under 2007 Brownfields RFP
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Through its annual Brownfields request for proposals (RFP), the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM)'s Green Municipal Fund (GMF) will award up to $20 million in loans to help municipal governm...
8/6/2007 | Full Story

Nominations invited for 2007 Brownie Awards
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In other brownfield-related activties, the Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) is inviting nominations for its annual Brownie Awards for 2007. The Institute's award selection committee will announce short-...
8/6/2007 | Full Story

Ottawa commits $214M to clean up contaminated sites in 2007-08
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The federal government will direct $214 million toward the cleanup of contaminated sites across Canada. Federal Environment Minister John Baird announced the funding at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt ...
7/30/2007 | Full Story

Who will do the cleanup? asks environment industry report
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The cleanup of Canada's contaminated sites will require a dramatic increase in the specialized workforce needed for this task, says a recent report from ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization)...
7/30/2007 | Full Story

Oil and gas environmental research program invites applications for 2008 funding cycle
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The Environmental Research Advisory Council (ERAC) Fund is seeking applications by June 22, 2007 for the 2008 funding cycle for research projects of specific interest to the upstream oil and gas indus...
6/11/2007 | Full Story

EMS receives approval for second U.K. soil treatment facility
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BURLINGTON, ONT-Environmental Management Solutions (EMS) recently received approval to build its second soil treatment facility in the United Kingdom at Colnbrook, west of London. The 1.5-hectare Coln...
4/30/2007 | Full Story

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