Trace Associates Inc. Signs MOU with Baleen International Inc.

Calgary, Alberta – Darrell Haight, President and CEO of Trace Associates Inc. (Trace), one of Western Canada’s leading environmental consulting firms is pleased to announce Trace has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Baleen International Inc. (Baleen) to distribute Baleen’s patented water filtration and separation technology. “With Baleen’s technology, we saw an instant fit…

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See you at RemTech 2017

We’re counting down the days to Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) RemTech 2017! Be sure to check out talks by Chris Tenszen, Eric Van Gaalen, and Dana Judd. See you there!  

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Welcome Ryan Muri, B.Sc., P.Ag.

We are pleased to announce Ryan Muri has joined Trace as Practice Area Lead, Natural Sciences: Responsible for reclamation strategies, planning, and liability management for clients across all market sectors. Ryan will lead Trace’s team conducting biophysical, wildlife, wetland, permitting, and regulatory work for oil sands developments, coal mines, pipeline infrastructure, conventional oil and gas,…

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Newsflash, August 2017 – Lethbridge Groundbreaking

We’ve been measuring, dreaming, and planning. And we’ve finally broken ground for our new Lethbridge office! Thank you to Silver Ridge Construction and Ian Moxon Architect Inc. for helping us create a building unique to Trace.  

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Newsflash, July 2017

Ever wondered how Trace’s logo was created? Darrell Haight, Trace CEO and President, “Here’s an aerial view as I left our Saskatoon office yesterday. Although initially not a planned design element, the Trace T-logo was selected in part due to the resemblance of the many country road and city street intersections we drive to do…

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Newsflash, June 2017 – Social Media Contest Winner

We love our four-legged family members, and this week we had some four-legged visitors this week in St. Albert. Congratulations to Team St. Albert on winning the 2017 Social Media Contest! On behalf of the team, Trace donated $1,000 to Second Chance Animal Rescue Society, an animal rescue based in Edmonton and Athabasca.  

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