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Aug22, 2017

The Evolution of Remediation and Redevelopment in Atlantic Canada
One-day professional development seminar, November 9th, 2017 – Marriott Harbour Front, Halifax, NS


Learn from leading experts in the field of environmental remediation and redevelopment.

Keynote Speaker, Radha D. Curpen, Environmental, Aboriginal and Regulatory Lawyer at Bennett Jones Vancouver.

Program includes: a Case Study Presentation by Robert Turner, M.A.Sc., P.Geo., GHD Limited followed by a discussion, and Presentations by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Maxxam Analytics, Environment Canada, and more.

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Take advantage of a prime opportunity to collaborate with leading industry, regulatory, scientific, legal, and financial professionals.

Aug21, 2017

Brownie Awards 2017
Nominations are open!

The Brownie Awards recognize the builders, innovators and visionaries who are dedicated to the rehabilitation of brownfield sites that were once contaminated, under-utilized and undeveloped into productive residential and commercial projects that contribute to the growth of healthy communities across Canada.

The Brownies are open to everyone in the brownfield community.

The Brownies are designed to recognize excellence in projects or programs. Any organization involved in brownfield redevelopment in Canada can submit a nomination – municipalities, utilities, developers, consultants, property owners, non-governmental organizations, regulators, etc. – either on behalf of someone else or for its own work.

If you have completed, or are working on, a project that fits in one of the award categories, please consider submitting a nomination.


May12, 2017

FAQs – Atlantic RBCA Guidance for Vapour Intrusion Assessments

Atlantic PIRI has compiled a number of commonly asked questions regarding the recently released Atlantic RBCA Guidance for Vapour Intrusion Assessments (December 2016). If you have additional questions not covered by the FAQs – Atlantic RBCA Guidance for Vapour Intrusion Assessments (Dec 2016), Provincial regulatory staff may be contacted.
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Question of the week

How can I justify use of the Tier I Look Up Tables if the groundwater table at my site is less than the 3.0 metres below ground surface (BGS) used by Atlantic PIRI as the default condition?

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