Ontario's Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, posted a consultation to amend the Excess Soil Regulation and Soil Rules document on the Environmental...
Science and common sense say a “sufficient number of samples” is to drill closely-spaced boreholes all across the site and analyse samples from multiple depths to cover all possible contaminants.
PetroFix is a highly concentrated water-based suspension consisting of micron-scale activated carbon and biostimulating electron acceptors.
Emerging technology known as Environmental DNA (eDNA) provides a new tool to help measuring the success of site remediation projects.
Low-cost alternatives for remediating contaminated groundwater are becoming increasingly popular. Permeable reactive barriers can treat contaminants without costly pumping of groundwater (EPA, 2002).
The Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) is the Government of Canada’s response to the community-recommended solutions for the remediation and safe, long-term management of historic low-level radioactive waste in the municipalities of Port Hope and Clarington, Ontario.