For site decontamination




Environmental remediation work is required when Phase II and Phase III environmental evaluation yield contamination levels above those set out by government standards. Remediation allows polluted soil to be brought up to current environmental standards. We start by removing the sources of pollution and implementing control measures to prevent further contamination.

Several factors are taken into consideration when determining the appropriate decontamination method to employ: project costs, the presence of structures and infrastructures, accessibility to the site, time constraints, the size of the site, the amount and type of soil to be decontaminated, the nature of the contaminants and the technologies available.

Stages of environmental remediation:

  • Intervention planning;
  • Decontamination work;
  • Sampling of soil, groundwater, surface water and sediment;
  • Laboratory analysis;
  • Data interpretation;
  • Drafting reports.

Our environmental remediation work complies with the requirements of the Politique de protection des sols et de réhabilitation des terrains contaminés and the Guide de caractérisation des terrains of the Ministère de l'Environnement et Lutte contre les changements climatiques du Québec.

Des travaux de décontamination du sol sont exécutés en vue de la réhabilitation d’un terrain résidentiel à Sherbrooke.
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