XCG was retained by an industrial services client to conduct multi-site Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) for due diligence purposes as part of a corporate acquisition of several waste management and processing facilities.
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Building Condition Assessments at 46 Sites in Ontario and Quebec
The Phase I ESAs and BCAs were required to be conducted in the retail/commercial or quick-service restaurant buildings on 46 properties within Ontario and Quebec. Due to the large number of individual sites, all of which were occupied by tenants, project management and communication between all parties was critical to the project success.
XCG Consulting Limited and Cole Engineering Group Ltd. Joint Venture (COLE & XCG JV) were retained by a government agency on behalf of the owner and manager of the facilities to complete Designated Substances and Hazardous Material Surveys (DSHMS), to update the designated substance inventory database, and to serve as a resource for the facilities in the management of their buildings within the project site.
XCG was retained by the Regional District of North Okanagan to complete an updated Design, Operations and Closure Plan for the Greater Vernon Recycling and Disposal Facility.
XCG completed an updated Design, Operations, and Closure Plan, Phase 1 Closure Design Brief, and Conformance Review for the Revelstoke Landfill. The site, which is contained over two properties, includes a municipal solid waste landfill, transfer station, composting area, marshalling areas, recycling area, weigh scale, and operational infrastructure.
The Sechelt Landfill is a natural attenuation landfill that has been in operation since 1971. The site includes a municipal solid waste landfill, public drop off area, public weigh scales, and operational infrastructure.
XCG was retained by the City of Red Deer to undertake the annual environmental monitoring programs for both the Waste Management Facility and the 1972 Landfill for the years of 2008 to 2017.
XCG was retained by the Regional District of North Okanagan in 2009 to develop a Hydrogeological Performance Assessment and Design and Operations Plan for the Armstrong Spallumcheen Recycling and Disposal Facility. As a component of this work, XCG developed an Environmental Monitoring Program for the site, which included groundwater, surface water, and landfill gas sampling. This Environmental Monitoring Program was updated in 2012.
The Harmac Pulp and Paper Mill Landfill is owned and operated by Harmac Pacific, A Division of Nanaimo Forest Products. The site includes a pulp and paper mill, pulp and paper waste landfill, and operational infrastructure. The landfill accepts the solid waste produced by the pulp and paper mill processes.
The Cherryville Recycling and Disposal Facility is located within the Regional District of North Okanagan. XCG prepared the landfill closure design brief, including final contours, evapotranspiration cover, soil balance, erosion and sediment control, surface water management, leachate management, landfill gas management, end use, and environmental monitoring program.