Environmental Services

Qualitest Canada provides environmental services to the clients who are involved in development projects throughout Canada where environment related issues are big concerns. Qualitest assists clients to receive their permit approvals from federal, provincial and local government agencies. This success is founded upon our extensive knowledge of environmental compliance issues, expertise in agency liaison, and industry-leading design of mitigation and compensation strategies and designs for development projects. We routinely address regulatory issues and deliverables associated with:

Qualitest is assisting permit applications for clients throughout Canada including British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario’s major cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Mississauga, Hamilton, New Westminster, White Rock, Chilliwack, Port Moody, Abbotsford, Langley, Delta, Surrey, Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, Victoria,  Coquitlam, Burnaby, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Mapleridge, Kitimat, Terrace, Dawson Creek, Kelowna, Kamloops etc

Environmental Site Assessment

Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is required to assess the potential contamination due to present and historical usage of the site and the surrounding areas, environmental testing for soil and groundwater, delineation of the contamination and remediation of the site as per the municipal, provincial and federal government guidelines. Environmental site assessment is required during subdivision application, land development, property transfer and bank financing to reduce the liability due to environmental contamination. We provide Environmental Site Assessments, ESA Phase I, II and III services throughout Canada.

Mitigation and Compensation

A key outcome of an environmental impact assessment is the identification of mitigation and compensation strategies that can adequately address adverse environmental impacts. Qualitest possesses a demonstrated expertise in development such strategies and designing mitigation and compensation habitats. Mitigation typically involves the avoidance or minimization of impacts through modification of the project design, and/or implementation of specific construction protocols. Compensation typically involves the restoration, enhancement or creation of resource features, such as fish and wildlife habitats, offset unmitigable adverse impacts.

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