On behalf of the Senior Management and shareholders of Ridgeline Canada Inc. we are pleased to announce that effective April 1, 2016 our Incident and Emergency Response Business Unit will operate as a separate Division Ridgeline Response of the Parent Company Ridgeline Canada Inc. This Business Unit will be comprised of our Incident Command and
Brad Funk General Manager, Peace Region & North Eastern British Columbia Ridgeline Environment is proud to announce the hiring of its new General Manager, Brad Funk, based out of the Grande Prairie office. Brad Funk joins Ridgeline as a Professional Agrologist with over 15 years of experience working in the Energy Industry. Brad is a competent problem
Nathan Fraser Director of Strategic Planning and Execution Ridgeline Canada is proud to announce the hiring of its new Director of Strategic Planning and Execution, Nathan Fraser, based out of the Calgary head office. It is Nathan’s mission to help Ridgeline execute better business plans by facilitating internal/external stakeholder inputs to the planning processes that
We are excited to continue our support through a Gold Sponsorship at the Remediation Technologies Symposium taking place from October 14-16, 2015 at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel. Once again, RemTech™ will be the premier remediation technology conference for academic, government and private sector environmental professionals. With over 90 Technical Sessions presented over 3 days, there
Congratulations to our team for winning the First Annual Quantum Murray Golf Tournament last week! We would like to thank Kyle and the entire crew and host of volunteers at Quantum Murray for the great tournament hosted at Scirocco. A great day was had by all and some great funds were raised in support of the Canadian
Dan Plamondon GreenFill Facility Manager – Lloydminster Ridgeline GreenFill is proud to announce the hiring of its new Facility Supervisor, Dan Plamondon based out of Lloydminster, Alberta. As the Facility Supervisor, he will be responsible for the day to day operations and treatment operations of the Ridgeline GreenFill Lloydminster facility. Dan has been in the Oil
Our teams from the Lloydminster and Swift Current offices will be in updated spill training later this week to ensure our spill consultants are up to date and current with the latest developments. Proper training and safety for our staff remains our highest priority. Our Lloydminster office will be training with the Western Canadian Spill
Greg Sutor Project Manager – Natural Science/Wetland Specialist Ridgeline Environment is proud to announce the hiring of its new Project Manager – Natural Science/ Wetland Specialist, Greg Sutor, based out of the Calgary head office. Greg has 20 years of experience in completing Environmental Impact Assessments, Biophysical Assessments, Habitat Enhancement Pre-Disturbance Assessments and Environmental Monitoring.
Wayne Condon Project Manager – Wildlife Biologist/GIS Specialist Ridgeline Environment is proud to announce the hiring of its new Project Manager – Wildlife Biologist/GIS Specialist, Wayne Condon, based out of the Calgary head office. As the Project Manager – Wildlife Biologist/GIS Specialist working within the Technical Resource Group, Wayne is responsible for providing technical expertise
Lukas Fikr Senior Hydrogeologist, Ridgeline Environment Ridgeline Environment is proud to announce the hiring of its new Senior Hydrogeologist, Lukas Fikr based out of the Calgary head office. As the Senior Hydrogeologist working within the Technical Resource Group, Lukas is responsible for providing technical support on complicated projects, establishing and maintaining standard operation procedures, assisting
The Alberta Energy Regulator has released a revised version of the Joint Operating Procedures for First Nations Consultation on Energy Resource Activities (Procedures), which details how the Aboriginal Consultation Office (ACO) and the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) will administer and coordinate their respective operations on matters relating to First Nations consultation. For more information, visit: http://aer.ca/documents/bulletins/Bulletin-2015-20.pdf
Ray Collier Operations Manager, Ridgeline GreenFill Ridgeline GreenFill is proud to announce the hiring of its new Operations Manager, Ray Collier based out of Grande Prairie, Alberta. As the Operations Manager, he will be responsible for the day to day operations and treatment operations at all Ridgeline GreenFill facilities. Ray Collier has spent over 15 years in the
Reclamation Certificates are required for all specified land as directed by the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA). Please click here to review the Reclamation Certificate Application Deficiency Criteria, released March 2015. For more information regarding Abandonment and Reclamation please visit the Alberta Energy Regulator’s website.
Ridgeline Canada has been approved by the Ministry of Economy (ECON), Petroleum Development Branch to use SST to develop site applicable subsoil salinity criteria for sites in Saskatchewan.
Ridgeline prides itself with the Regulatory relationships developed throughout the operating areas that we service. We have been awarded the Alberta Subsurface Contamination Audits program for the last 6 years and have direct experience with all forms of Regulatory Agency liaison in Western Canada. Our professionals are thoroughly familiar with inter-provincial guidelines for Upstream Oil
The Technical Analytical Review Process (TARP) is a new system that has been developed by management and the Technical Resource Group (TRG). The purpose of TARP is to identify and evaluate potential risk assessment opportunities that allow us to provide non-routine options to our clients. If the potential for a non- routine solution is identified
Environment Minister Scott Moe announced today the province of Saskatchewan is adopting a new Environmental code that will continue to protect our environment for future generations, while helping to meet the challenges of economic growth. The code is the first of its kind in Canada and the cornerstone of the province’s new results-based approach to environmental regulation.