Safety

RREC has held a Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR) since 2008 and is in the process of transitioning to COR certification as a result of sustained corporate growth. RREC also maintains memberships with Comply-works, Enform and ISNetworld to further our continuing commitment to workplace safety.
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Services

Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)

Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) are the basis for any remediation or reclamation activities. They can provide insight into past events that may have occurred onsite, current environmental conditions and which future actions are required.

Phase I ESA
Phase I ESAs combine file reviews with field site inspections to determine the potential for site contamination. Phase I ESAs are completed in compliance with provincial guidelines and criteria by qualified signing professionals. Phase I ESAs completed by RREC meet or exceed standards required by Alberta Environment to be included in Reclamation Certificate Applications and are used to develop Phase II ESA work plans if required.

Phase II ESA
Phase II ESAs directly address areas of concern identified by the Phase I ESA and are completed by qualified signing professionals. Phase II ESAs completed by RREC meet or exceed standards required by Alberta Environment to be included in Reclamation Certificate Applications and are used to develop Remedial Action Plans if required.

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Remediation

Remediation activities are completed from Remedial Action Plans prepared by qualified professionals. Various remedial strategies are utilized depending on the contaminant of concern and site specific conditions and receptors. RREC has the multidisciplinary staff to evaluate alternative solutions to landfilling waste, such as onsite bioremediation and monitored natural attenuation. RREC has also completed risk based Tier 2 guideline development for site specific remediation objectives.

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Reclamation

RREC provides reclamation supervision and program management to deliver results measured in Reclamation Certificates. RREC utilizes qualified professionals in the areas of construction, reclamation and environmental science to coordinate and supervise equipment and services to reclaim wellsites back to equivalent land capability.

The process of completing the work required to apply for and obtain a reclamation certificate has increased dramatically in complexity over the last 15 years. Surface reclamation and re-establishing vegetation is one phase in a process that requires a broad range of scientific and professional disciplines from agrology to hydrogeology.

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Spill Response

RREC has experienced employees that are professionally trained to respond to spills in rivers, small streams, on land and sub-surface. Our training includes the Spill Commander course formerly offered by Enform,  the Freshwater Oil Spill Control Course (Tactical and Operations Level) provided by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Services and the Spill Responder Series Training provided by Western Canadian Spill Services Ltd.

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