MOVING DIRT IS ABOUT TO GET HARDER! Join us on June 17 and find out what you need to know about the 14 Amendments to the Contaminated Sites Regulation.
- Earlier this year, the British Columbia Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy issued an intentions paper titled “Regulating Soil Relocation.”
- The paper details the Ministry’s proposed new regulatory system for the movement of uncontaminated soil within the province of British Columbia. The upcoming changes will enact as part of the Stage 14 Amendments to the Contaminated Sites Regulation.
- These new regulations will make moving soil from a wide variety of sites more difficult and costly, potentially disrupting excavation schedules and logistics.
Presented by Travis Deeter, PAg, CSAP, Associate | Senior Environmental Scientist
Travis is an Associate and Senior Environmental Scientist with Thurber Engineering and has been working in contaminated sites for over 18 years. He has completed site investigations and remediations on a wide variety of properties, including residential, commercial, and industrial sites within BC, Yukon, and Northwest Territories. He has been involved in large infrastructure projects, chemical spill cleanups, large-scale developments, environmental monitoring programs, and numerous transactional/due diligence investigations, many of which have resulted in obtaining Ministry of Environment regulatory instruments. Travis has also successfully assisted clients in relocating large volumes of soil during site improvement and development projects. Travis is a numerical standards specialist with the Society of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals of BC.
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