Pan Canadian Survey: Risk-Based Closure of Low Vulnerability Contaminated Sites
Ralph Bock, Wood Environment and Infrastructure
The objective of this presentation is to present a survey from across the federal, provincial, and territorial landscape and provide a summary of the status of “risk-based closures”. Generally acceptable methodologies, closure conditions, and the acceptability, durability, forms of controls and financial assurances will be discussed.
Assessment of the metal background levels in the groundwater at Canadian Forces Base Valcartier: Valorization of the existing data using automatic classification methods
Martine Rivest1, Youri Brochu1, Alicia Moreno2, François Beaudoin1 1Golder Associates 2Department of National Defence
The objective of this presentation is to show a case study for the assessment of metal background levels in groundwater. Emphasis will be placed on the development of a specific analysis protocol at CFB Valcartier and the application of an automatic classification method for identifying the sampling stations that are representative of the background levels.
Application of a design-construction approach for the implementation of environmental mitigation measures at the old Sambault landfill site in Saint-Isidore-de-la-Prairie, Quebec
Fabien Comby, Golder Associates
The objective of this presentation is to provide an overview of the challenges encountered and the solutions implemented during this project using a design-construction approach from the dual perspective of the client and contractor.
Using Social Justice as a Lens for Brownfield Redevelopment in Marginalized Communities
Reanne Ridsdale, Ryerson University
The objective of this presentation is to explore the meaning of social justice, environmental justice, and the benefits and burdens of brownfield redevelopment. This presentation will explain the state of practice of integrating social justice within brownfield redevelopment projects and will suggest ways forward through an early framework and tools.