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Key Steps in an Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) are a prescriptive (O. Reg. 153/04) process used to understand the environmental condition of a property. An ESA can be used to make informed decisions about property transactions, identify certain baseline environmental features, meet regulatory requirements, and identify areas on a site requiring remediation. Generally, ESAs follow a phased approach. Phase...
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Environmental Site Assessment Basic Evaluation Checklist
If you have an Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and would like to determine if it will meet your needs, ask yourself these questions as a starting point for evaluating. If you answer, “yes” to these questions, you may need to get a new or updated ESA. Record of Site Condition Am I changing property use...
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AEL is hiring!
We’re looking for a risk assessment specialist to join our team in Mississauga.  Check out more here.
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The Importance of Clean Fill Management
AEL continues to engage in Ontario’s conversations about fill management. We believe it is an important thing to consider and has a significant impact on stakeholders. The following is an excerpt from an RCCAO response to an MOE stakeholders session on this topic. “From time to time we hear of distressing situations where a BMP...
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No “Turkeys” Here! AEL Volunteers At Local Food Bank
AEL is proud to support several local community organizations. This week, we visited Eden Food Bank in Mississauga and helped them to make over 250 portions of cooked food for clients to take home. This ensures that larger donations (like 12 turkeys) reach many families and are already prepared for them as some clients don’t...
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Clean Fill Stockpile Sampling
AEL environment is routinely tasked with finding clean fill for our existing projects. While fill dumps and transfer stations exist, standards developed by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) require that soil transferred from one site to another must meet the receiving Site standards to be considered acceptable “clean” fill. In May...
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What Are Environmental Studies Courses Teaching?
At AEL Environment we constantly look to growing and expanding our knowledge and expertise. That’s why we are interested in the experiences of students pursuing a career related to Environmental Studies – after all, they may someday become our colleagues. We invite you to check out these articles that discuss trends pertaining to Environmental Studies. ...
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How To Find an Environmental Engineering Firm in Ontario
Do you need an Environmental Engineering Firm in Ontario? For people in Ontario who own property, an environmental engineer or environmental consultant can be a great resource. They’re the best source of information and assistance when managing challenging environmental issues that arise on your site. Why You May Need An Environmental Engineer or Consultant If...
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