Reclamation and Remediation

What is reclamation and remediation?

Reclamation is the process of returning a site to its pre-disturbed state. Activities can include site contouring, revegetation, creation of micro-sites to support habitat development and final reclamation reporting.

Remediation is the process of removing contaminants from soil and water that may impact the ecosystem of a site. Activities during this phase may include soil removal or treatment, water treatment, tank removal and facility decommissioning. Site remediation activities required depends on the previous uses of the site.

Services offered include:

• Turnkey site reclamation projects
• Stage I and II preliminary site investigation
• Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA)
• Remediation and surface reclamation
• Reclamation certificate applications

And all the background technical support as required/requested:

• Independent liability assessments for management, auditors and/or financial institutions
• Impact and Benefit Agreements (IBAs)
• Strategies to reduce Asset Retirement Obligation (ARO)
• Strategies to manage License Liability Rating (LLR)
• Site-Specific Liability Assessments (SSLAs)
• Acquisition and divestiture analysis