Considerations for Deploying No-Purge Passive Sampling Techniques at Remote Sites
Sonny Sundaram, DST Consulting Engineers Inc.
The objective of this presentation is to inform the contaminated site practitioners regarding the opportunities and constraints in deploying in no-purge passive sampling techniques at remote sites and present an evaluation tool to support informed decision-making.
Innovative Assessment Technique to Support a Mitigation Plan for Stabilizing a Complex Series of Stopes at the Giant Mine Site
Chris MacInnis, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
The objective of this presentation is to describe the unique assessment technique that helped the project decide and develop the mitigation approach for backfilling this complex series of stopes at the Giant Mine site.
Application of the Abandoned Military Site Remediation Protocol for Detecting Phase Separated Contaminants in Drums Left at Abandoned Facilities – Former Military Sites, Meth Labs, Sinking Derelict Barges
Adam Radlowski and Richard Wells
Keystone Environmental Inc
The objective of this presentation is to discuss the complexities of determining the presence and composition of unknown aqueous and non-aqueous phase liquids in drum contents for disposal purposes, as well as highlight the usefulness, challenges and lessons learned in applying the DEW line clean-up barrel protocol to sites with suspect hazardous wastes in emergency response situations as exemplified in the case study.
Design and Application of a Low Impact Mobile Drill Rig for Assessment of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in a Remote and Eco-sensitive Environment using Laser Induced Fluorescence
Dean Morrow1, Rob Green1, Ben Sweet2, Kela Weber1 1Environmental Sciences Group, Royal Military College of Canada 2SCG Industries
The objective of this presentation is to highlight the collection of highly effective, representative and diverse data in one mobilization through the design and application of a unique eco-sensitive approach to the deployment of high-resolution site characterization technologies at a remote barrier island site.
The Application of Habitat Equivalency Analysis to Quantify Natural Resources and its Use as a Decision-Making Tool for Contaminated Sites
Barbara Hard and Jennifer Kirk Arcadis Canada Inc.
The objective of this presentation is to introduce a decision-making tool that can be utilized as part of the Contaminated Sites Framework that allows the quantitative assessment of natural resources and the assessment of “cost” to those natural resources that may be incurred from remediation activities.