One of the most important factors of construction and land development is respecting the environment and following strict environmental protection laws put in place by the government. When a site is determined to be contaminated, environmental site remediation must take place.
Environmental remediation is the removal of pollution or contaminants from environmental components such as soil, groundwater, sediment, or surface water. Remedial action is generally subject to an array of regulatory requirements put in place by the government and involves a number of stakeholders including landowners, developers, provincial law makers, ministry staff, approved professionals, environmental consultants, lawyers, local governments and scientific experts.
A site that is experience any form of environmental pollution is a complex problem. Contaminated sites are a concern because they can pose a threat to human health, the environment and safety. The effects of contaminants on humans can range from minor physical symptoms to life-threatening diseases. Environmental hazards can occur on land and in the water and have the potential to harm not just the land or water it is taking place in, but the wildlife in that area as well.
From oil and gas disruption to commercial or residential land reclamation and every contamination in between, our experienced crew at Northern Vac Services is trained and capable handling your site’s environmental remediation. We have the industrial transportation you need to help you remove hazardous items and return your work site or land to its original condition. You can count on Northern Vac for all of your land or water waste transportation. Some of our remediation services include, but are not limited to:
- Site excavation
- Contaminated soil removal
- Contaminated water removal
- Contaminated soil transportation
- Contaminated water transportation
- Contaminated soil disposal
- Contaminated water disposal
Northern Vac Services is your site remediation expert in the Peace River region of British Columbia including Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, Tumbler Ridge, Taylor, Hudson’s Hope and Pouce Coupe.