BC Ministry of Environment (MOE) Update RE: Trench Workers and TG7

The BC Ministry of the Environment (MOE) has put forth new guidance and directives regarding the evaluation of sub-surface workers, also known as trench workers/utility workers. One of the changes is that it is no longer a requirement to address acute or subchronic exposure for trench workers in Human Health Risk Assessments (HHRA).  For these […]

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Recent Changes to City of Vancouver’s Remediation on City Streets Policy

As of September 16, 2015, the City of Vancouver has amended their Remediation on City Streets Policy.  Previously, the City of Vancouver had required the upper 3 meters of soil within City roadways to be remediated to the Contaminated Sites Regulations (CSR) residential land use (RL) standards.  According to the CSR, the industrial land use […]

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Keystone CEO Awarded with Fellowship from Engineers Canada

Keystone Environmental is proud to announce that on Thursday, March 12, 2015, our CEO, Bill Donald will be awarded a Fellowship from Engineers Canada. The fellowship honours individuals who have given noteworthy service to the engineering profession through their work with either Engineers Canada or its provincial and territorial engineering regulatory bodies. Bill graduated from […]

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