The Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN) has been presenting the HUB (Heroes Underpinning Brownfields) Awards since 2016. They’re given to recognize brownfielders who are making a significant contribution to the progress of brownfield redevelopment in Canada. There are three awards, each
Many people are surprised to learn that there is essentially a massive “swimming pool” beneath their feet. Start digging a hole and, depending on where you are, water will start to percolate in once you get below the first couple
Dan is a Project Manager in our In-Situ Remediation Division and comes to us from environmental consulting where he has experience in environmental site assessment, investigation and delineation projects, advanced site characterization (High Resolution Site Characterization), excess soil management, and
Bruce has Winning Vision! The Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN) has been presenting the HUB (Heroes Underpinning Brownfields) Awards since 2016. They’re given to recognize brownfielders who are making a significant contribution to the progress of brownfield redevelopment in Canada.
“Rock Solid” Usually Isn’t and that Used to be a Real Challenge for Site Remediation Site remediation work often focuses on contamination present in soil and/or overburden groundwater. In-situ remediation of these media is relatively straight-forward using a variety of
Over the years Vertex has published newsletters on innovative remedial methods for various soil and groundwater impacts. But we recently realized that we’ve never before focused our information sharing on the vapour phase of subsurface contamination. This newsletter article is
Using High Resolution Characterization (HRSC) at Remote Access Sites with Vertex’s new High Res UTV When people hear “off-road,” “remote access,” or “all-terrain vehicle” typically they imagine something with caterpillar tracks, rugged, or large 4×4 capabilities. Basically, something extreme capable
Groundwater recirculation can increase the effectiveness and speed of in-situ remediation activities at contaminated sites! Many sites with groundwater contamination require an in-situ remedial approach that can treat difficult or hard to reach contaminants in the subsurface. Excavating these impacts