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Services B.C. Water Sustainability Act Regulations Groundwater Supply Development Well Maintenance and Management Stormwater Management Environmental Services Baseline Environmental Assessment & Permitting Contaminated Sites Wastewater Disposal to Ground Rural Subdivision Servicing Source Water Assessment & Protection Environmental & Water Quality Monitoring Groundwater Modeling Policy & Guideline Development Geo-thermal/Geo-exchange Systems


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Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) are generally conducted for a commercial property during a real estate transaction. A phase I ESA is a nonintrusive historical study on a property to determine the potential presence of contamination from historical activities on or off-site.

Phase 2 ESAs, to follow up on areas of potential concern identified. These typically require soil and/or groundwater testing. Drilling or testpit programs can be conducted to confirm the presence of any onsite contamination or assess the potential for contamination to have migrated from surrounding properties. Soil and groundwater samples are compared to the provincial or federal standards appropriate for the site.

Underground Storage Tank (UST) removals / Confirmatory Sampling / Spill Response. Coordination with local contractors and disposal facilities can be quickly achieved to remediate all forms of chemical spills. Field testing is utilized to determine the extent of contamination during remediation and confirmatory samples can be analyzed on a rush basis to avoid the possibility of remobilization of equipment.