Keystone Environmental becomes fully independent of its former US parent with the acquisition of the firm by the initial three shareholders; Bill Donald (President), Ken Evans (Treasurer) and Don Bryant (Secretary) who re-focused the business on the local marketplace, rather than the broad geographic range of “Canada and the Western United States.”

Keystone Environmental establishes a relationship with Canadian National Railway, which now spans over 24 years and includes the design and construction of wastewater treatment plants across Canada, rail yard drainage studies, spill prevention and control program development.

Completed the environmental program for monitoring of the new fuel supply at the International Terminal at Vancouver International Airport, where aircraft fuel delivery was installed with a directional drilled fuel supply pipeline and fuel hydrants which were required to meet the weight of heavy aircraft wheels moving over the apron.

Admitted to the CN National CSR Master Program – one of the smallest firms admitted – and to this date continue on the program.