A survey about the actions environmental due diligence companies have taken due to COVID-19 and their expectations regarding future business volume moving forward.
As Canada begins to loosen restrictions, environmental professionals must carefully navigate the new normal.
The CBN is pleased to announce the election of its new Board of Directors for the coming 2020-2021 period. The Board will now include Carol Le Noury, President of ERIS.
Update for our valued customers: Following up on our message of Friday, March 13th, I want to report that ERIS is completely open for business and our employees are all now safely working from their home offices.
Update for our valued customers: The growing global health concern of COVID-19, the coronavirus, is impacting the way each of us goes about our day-to-day work and home life, and how we conduct our business operations.
In his new role as Regional Account Manager, Ken will work directly with customers and grow ERIS’ commitment to BC and The North!
Terry Spicer, the Nova Scotia government says it will create an interdepartmental advisory group to bring government-wide consistency to the reporting and management of contaminated sites.
Governments of different political stripes have tried for years to solve the Rubik’s Cube of Alberta’s broken oilpatch liability management system...
When a company no longer needs a well to support its oil and gas development, the well must be permanently sealed and taken out of service. This part of the closure process is known as abandonment.
Only 2.7% of remediation applications approved, according to industry survey
Overall, the amended Act fails to deliver the vision of modernization set out in this Government's 2019 discussion paper on environmental assessment ("EA")