Although ASTM's Standard Guide for Identifying and Complying with Continuing Obligations (E2790-20) doesn't get the star treatment the Phase I standard enjoys, it plays a critical role in the environmental due diligence continuum, kicking in for property owners who acquire contaminated sites.
EJ has become a force of change in our industry with major implications for developers and investors. Our latest Podcast Episode explains the nuts and bolts of the new law, what industries it will impact, and its broader implications for businesses and projects nationwide.
Watch the webinar recording of "Integrating Climate Risk Assessment with Environmental Due Diligence in Canada" from April 11, 2023.
For the new park being built on the historic Canada Malting Co. property in Toronto, landscape designers PFS Studio created two distinct outdoor rooms: a water’s edge sun deck connected...
Researchers at the University of Rhode Island SRP Center, led by Rainer Lohmann, Ph.D., developed a passive sampling device to monitor per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in wastewater...
The Government of British Columbia is amending legislation to ensure owners of high-risk industrial projects are responsible for the full cost of environmental cleanup if their projects are abandoned.
So, you’re considering buying or leasing land for new infrastructure or services. Have you also considered your environmental due diligence needs?
For the next ten years, the infrastructure development program across Canada is unparalleled in size, schedule, complexity and cost. Unlike previous programs, this could be a result of underfunding.
Research and case studies documenting the solid payback from digital field operations aren’t new but with the oil and gas industry...
With all the factors involved in evaluating property acquisition, the environmental liabilities of a property may not be at the top of your list.
The Government of Ontario has released a proposed list of projects that will be subject to Comprehensive Environmental Assessment (EA) under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act (EAA).