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Environmental Services

 

Environmental Site Assessments (ESA’s)

An environmental site assessment is a report prepared for a real estate holding that identifies potential or existing environmental contamination liabilities. The assessment is often called an ESA and typically addresses both the underlying land as well as physical improvements to the property. ESA’s are generally performed in two stages (Phase I and Phase II), with remediation following in Phase III if warranted.

 

Regulations / Standards:

- Canadian Standards Association (CSA) – Standard Z768-01 – Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

- Canadian Standards Association (CSA) – Standard CAN/CSA-Z769-00 – Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

- Canadian Standards Association (CSA) – Standard Z763-96 – Introduction to Environmental Risk Assessment Studies

- Ministry of Environment and Energy – Guideline for Use at Contaminated Sites in Ontario – 1997

- Ontario Regulation 213/01 – Fuel Oil – Technical Standards and Safety Act

 

Phase I Environmental Services:

- Gathering information about the current and historic use of the site

- Reviewing environmental information compiled by regulatory agencies and   the site owners

- Physical inspection of the site

- Interviews with appropriate parties

- Evaluation of risks to neighboring properties

- Report preparation identifying sources of contamination

 

Phase II Environmental Services:

- Ground and surface water sampling, surface and subsurface soil   sampling, soil  vapour sampling, collection of relevant plant or aquatic life

- Above ground or underground storage tank assessment, asbestos-   containing material sampling, PCB sampling

- Environmental contamination modeling for migration potential

 

Phase III Environmental Services:

- Remediation specification development

- Contractor procurement, quote & bid evaluations for remediation

- Remediation inspection and testing services

 

Environmental Compliance Approvals (ECA’s)

 

Releasing contaminants into the environment from industrial, commercial or institutional facilities may require an Environmental Compliance Approval or ECA from the Ministry of Environment.  Contaminants may include particulates, liquids, gases, heat, noise, vibration, radiation etc.  Our affiliated consultants are experienced in all aspects of ECA’s to meet your needs.

 

Regulations / Standards:

- Ontario Regulation 419/05 – Air Pollution – Local Air Quality

- Ontario Regulation 127/01 – Airborne Contaminant Discharge Monitoring and Reporting

- Environmental Protection Act – Section 9

- Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) – Section 49

- Canadian Standards Association (CSA) – Standard Z773-03 (R2013) – Environmental Compliance Auditing

 

Environmental Services:

- National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) reporting

- Environmental Compliance Approvals for air and noise emissions