We understand that minimizing surprises and being cost conscious are critical to your successful remediation requirements.
Trace has saved clients hundreds of thousands of dollars on remediation and risk projects across Western Canada. Trace believes remediation projects should include risk assessment and management. This way you can potentially avoid unnecessary remediation by developing risk-based guidelines. Using a risk-based approach reduces costs, saves time, and reduces potential community, environmental and safety impacts.
Owners, operators, and contractors need timely value added support from consultants who understand how to conduct environmental site assessments to support future risk, remediation, and reclamation work. Whether you are looking for start to finish environmental support or assistance with a specific aspect like planning, regulatory applications, compliance, surveys, inspection, monitoring, spill response, or decommissioning, we’re here to help.
Great remediation starts with smart planning. With the right amount of upfront planning we can minimize delays and prevent costs from skyrocketing out of control. By implementing risk assessment into every remediation project, we can reduce volumes, minimize disturbance, and significantly reduce costs. Whatever your remediation challenge, we are here to help.
Trace applies industry-leading science to our assessments to reduce liability and costs. Cost savings on a per site basis have ranged from $100,000 to >$1,000,000. Through development of site-specific guidelines, we strive to provide the best and most cost-effective approach to our clients. Trace works directly with regulatory bodies to ensure conformance with regulatory requirements, thus increasing approval of risk assessment / management proposals and submissions that diverge from generic guidelines. The Risk Assessment Team can be utilized for application of specialized alternatives, and ultimately create cost efficiencies.
Acquiring new assets requires an in-depth examination of historical activity to minimize asset risks. The objective of conducting an Environmental Liability Assessment is to identify approximate values of environmental liability (including environmental assessment, remediation reclamation, and abandonment / decommissioning costs), identify sites with significant environmental liability, and gain an understanding of current environmental management and housekeeping standards.
Decommissioning and abandoning your site means you need a partner who manages the site safely and effectively. Trace works with you to make sure best practices and regulatory standards are met. We will help develop a work plan that meets your project specific health and safety plan. Whatever facility you are retiring, we are here to help you.