HazMat Management

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Infrastructure


July 23, 2015 News

Vancouver’s McCue Engineering Contractors mark 15-year milestone

by Hazmat Management

ince 2000, McCue has provided specialized contracting services to consulting, engineering, mining, oil & gas and industrial sector clients in Canada and the U.S.

July 17, 2015 News

Nexen oil spill becomes one of Alberta’s largest ever

by Hazmat Management

“As provincial premiers talk about ways to streamline the approval process for new tar sands pipelines, we have a stark reminder of how dangerous they can be,” said Greenpeace Canada, in a statement

June 30, 2015 Feature

Ohio Haz waste incinerator fined $34K for 2013 malfunction

by HazMat Staff

The levels of lead on a backyard slide were more than twice the EPA’s soil standard

June 30, 2015 News

Study shows 62% of large buildings are green, compared to 5% of small buildings

by Hazmat Management

CBRE Study Finds Significant Gap Between Large and Small Office Buildings in Green Adoption in the U.S.

June 30, 2015 News

EPA must revisit cost impact for greening power plant polluters, court rules

by Hazmat Management

EPA pegged power plants greening costs at about $9.6 billion per year

June 30, 2015 News

Quantum Murray wins tear-down contract for St. Thomas Ford plant

by Hazmat Management

The decommissioning, to begin in July with a 12-month timeline, involves removing both the plant and ancillary buildings, which closed its doors in 2011 following some 44 years of automotive production

June 23, 2015 News

New criminal charges in Lac-Megantic derailment

by Hazmat Management

Nearly two years after the deadly Lac-Megantic disaster in Quebec, which killed 47 people, officials have laid new criminal charges against six employees of the rail companies involved. Montreal Maine & Atlantic Canada Co. and Montreal Maine & Atlantic Canada

June 12, 2015 News

CSA Groups expands Cleveland lab

by Hazmat Management

The 54,000 square foot, state-of-the-art laboratory in Cleveland provides testing capabilities to help manufacturers produce reliable and safer products and components

June 11, 2015 News

One week left before our major Canadian Brownfields Conference in downtown Toronto

by Hazmat Management

Last chance to register for our conference on Wednesday June 17, 2015. We want you to join us at Brownfields Redevelopment: Past Successes, Future Plans.

May 22, 2015 News

Enbridge settles for $75M fine over 2010 Kalamazoo spill

by Hazmat Management

Nearly five years after a broken pipeline released more than three million litres of oil into Michigan’s Kalamazoo River, Enbridge Energy has settled with state officials to perform some $75 million in improvements. Enbridge will create or restore local wetlands within

May 21, 2015 News

Explore the story of redeveloping Ottawa’s riverside paper mill lands into a green community

by David Nesseth

If one element of the day is worth the conference price of admission alone, it’s our keynote speaker, Jonathan Westeinde, co-founder of Windmill Development Group, which is a group of green community visionaries currently transforming portions of our nation’s capital into vibrant, sustainable neighbourhoods

May 8, 2015 Feature

EPA eyes Superfund removal of New Jersey landfill site

by HazMat Staff

Contaminants originally found in the 10-acre site’s surface soil included sediments like fly ash and fine particles of ash from a solid fuel caused by waste gases from manufacturing