Based on an order from the British Columbia Ministry of Environment, the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) was required to close the Pender Harbour Landfill by the end of 2015. XCG was retained by the SCRD to assist with the final closure and the transition of the site to a transfer station facility.
Municipal solid waste landfilling operations commenced at the Cherryville Recycling and Disposal Facility in 1976. In 2007, the Regional District of North Okanagan elected to close the landfill and construct a transfer station at the site for the purpose of reducing long-term operational costs.
The Saskatoon Waste Management Centre is owned and managed by the City of Saskatoon. The Centre comprises a landfill encompassing an area of approximately 37.4 hectares (both lined and unlined). The landfill accepts approximately 130,000 tonnes of waste per year.
The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George was interested in determining an economically and technically feasible beneficial use for landfill gas project, with the specific goal of supporting a greenhouse operation on-site.
The City of Red Deer retained XCG to design a sustainable leachate management system for the landfill. XCG understood that key considerations for selecting the most appropriate leachate management system for the site included economic, environmental, and social impacts.
XCG was retained to assist Niagara Waste Systems with the Atlas Remediation Project. This project required collaboration between the City of Welland and Niagara Waste Systems to re-activate the Atlas Steels Landfill. The re-activation of the landfill included expansion of the service area to Ontario-wide and increasing the fill rate to 5,000 tomes per day.
The Regional District of Nanaimo had planned to construct new infrastructure in the Regional District of Nanaimo Landfill. The infrastructure consisted of new berms facing Cedar Road, a new administration building near Cedar Road, and a new garage/truck wash facility near the south east portion of the site.