GeoPro Talks - How do Municipalities Force Remediation
The talk highlights the use of phytoremediation in Northeastern BC to remediate heavier end petroleum hydrocarbons (i.e., more recalcitrant compounds). An overview of site conditions (location, soils), regulatory requirements and client needs will be discussed along with the remedial option selection process. Several different plant species were planted to determine if one or more species was better suited to the contaminants and the climate. One of the projects goals was to use the information gathered from this project to determine if phytoremediation would be an effective remediation technology at similar land farms owned by the client.
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A GPro Talk from a lawyer's perspective: Una Radoja is a partner in Harper Grey’s Commercial Litigation and Environmental Regulation & Disputes practice groups and the Co-Chair of the Environmental law group. Una’s practice focuses on two key areas: general commercial litigation and contaminated sites litigation and risk management. Una frequently lectures on various aspects of contaminated sites law for the Pacific Business and Law Institute, BC Environmental Industry Association, the Environmental Managers Association, and the BC Continuing Legal Education Society. She is the co-author of BC Environmental Management Legislation and Commentary and the recipient of the 2017 Lexpert® Leading Lawyers Under 40 award.
How do Municipalities Force Remediation