We offer Phase I ESA’s all over Alberta and British Columbia. We service all the major areas such as Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Fort McMurray, Athabasca, Peace River and Vancouver. We provide Environmental Site Assessment services to: Commercial, Industrial, Real Estate, Agriculture, Mining, and the Upstream Oil and Gas industries throughout Alberta. We have experience assessing a wide range of sites.
Phase II Environmental Site Assessments are undertaken in Calgary and Edmonton and throughout the whole of Alberta. We have undertaken these assessments for a range of sites including gas stations, industrial, mining, oils and gas, residential, agricultural, dry cleaners and agricultural manufacturing or storage sites.
A Phase III Environmental Site Assessment is usually the next course of action when contamination is confirmed as being present at a site. Depending on the information gained in the Phase II ESA there may be more delineation of the contamination required along with potential further classification of the type and mobility of the contamination.
Anderson Environmental provides Ecological Impact Assessments, Biological Impact Assessments and Biophysical Impact Assessments for a variety of projects such as pipelines, railroads, wind farms, mining, urban development, wetlands, and any other project likely to impact Biological Resources
In Canada, multiple agencies regulate projects that pose risks within the environment and regulate the types of assessments required. Because of this, it can be hard to maintain and comply with regulations. We assist our clients by meeting the regulatory compliance aspects of their projects.
Environmental Impact Statements are required for larger projects and include multi-disciplinary teams working on the various components of the project.
Soil assessments may be conducted for a variety of reasons, depending on the nature of your property and its current and future use. Soil is a complex aspect of any local environment and thus requires careful attention and scrutiny.
With many projects, impacts on actual or potential habitat for listed species is unavoidable. As part of this process it is important to undertake detailed assessments of the baseline quality and extent of such habitats and quantify the area of impact.
In Alberta Wildfires are a risk to life and property each summer.
We provide advice for the protection of your property or business in line with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Guidelines and Firesmart.
Habitat and Ecosystem Rehabilitation is often required as an offset tool or for the conservation and restoration of sensitive environments.
We undertake a range of wetland assessments in relation to impact assessment and ecological restoration along with wetland delineation. These are required prior to submission of a Water Act Approval (Alberta Environment and Parks).