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ERIS Originals

Send in the Drones – A New Tool in Environmental Risk Research

by Kevin Grover & ERIS staff. The environmental risk assessment business changes...

Environmental Consultant as Expert Witness

By Mark Sabourin - Opinions matter: ECs must not cross the line from expert to advocate.

Conducting a Better Phase I ESA

By Bill Leedham, P. Geo., CESA, QPESA - A few suggestions for practitioners to conduct better Phase I ESAs...

ERIS Updates

ERIS Welcomes Guy Crittenden as Content Developer

ERIS is excited to announce that award-winning business journalist Guy Crittenden has joined the team as content developer.


ERIS Welcomes Mike Seifert as Regional Account Manager

In his new role as Regional Account Manager, Mike will work directly with customers and grow ERIS’ commitment to Alberta and Saskatchewan.


Ontario Excess Soils Regulation Passed

This morning at the Ontario Excess Soil Symposium, Ontario Environment Minister Jeff Yurek announced passage of the long-anticipated excess soil regulatory proposal and amendments to Record of Site Condition (Brownfields) Regulation. 


Brownie Awards 2019 a huge success!

For the 20th year in a row, site redevelopment and associated professionals from across Canada gathered to celebrate excellence in projects and approaches at the “Brownie Awards 2019.”


Industry News

Jan 31, 2020

Saskatchewan draws up waste reduction plan

Canada is one of the most wasteful nations in the world, according to the World Bank.


Jan 28, 2020

Ontario’s new regulation for excess soil—what does it mean for you?

If you’re a municipality or a developer, this regulation will change how you must approach excess soil


Jan 24, 2020

Alberta landowners urge farmers to cut power to wells with unpaid debts

A group of Alberta landowners is asking farmers and ranchers to fight back against unpaid debts and unreclaimed oil and gas wells by closing valves and cutting power.


Jan 24, 2020

Tools of the trade: Industry finding new methods to manage legacy assets

A vast number of inactive wells certainly does challenge Western Canada’s energy sector, but new technologies and process improvements help industry.


Jan 23, 2020

Saskatchewan launches electronic pipeline registry

Saskatchewan has modernized its regulatory oversight of oil and gas infrastructure with a new electronic online pipeline registry.