SITE REMEDIATION AND RECLAMATION SERVICES IN NORTHERN ALBERTA
Timberwolf specializes in resource development areas, including lease site, access road, pipeline, and post-construction locations; we offer custom on-site remediation services (testing and clean up contaminated soil and groundwater) and reclamation support (to restore land to its natural state) including haul out. Our reclamation services include vegetation and erosion control, soil moving, soil replacement, soil tackifying, hydro seeding, mowing, and gravel supply.
If you have a project in Northern Alberta that requires site remediation and reclamation services, please contact us at Timberwolf Environmental Services Ltd. We would be happy to provide you with a consultation and a quote for our services.
Our services start with decommissioning, which involves the safe and environmentally responsible removal of equipment and infrastructure from the site. We then move on to Phase 2 coring, which involves the collection and analysis of soil and water samples to determine the extent of contamination.
Once the extent of the contamination has been determined, we begin our remediation services. This can involve a range of services, including mowing, discing, and dewatering to remove any contaminants from the soil. We also offer hauling services to transport contaminants away from the site.
Our team is also experienced in earthworks, including the excavation and grading of the site to prepare it for reclamation. We offer rock picking services to ensure that the site is free from any hazards. Post that, we offer mulching and fencing services to ensure that the site is safe and secure and the soil remains fertile.
We also offer vegetation control services, including seeding and harrowing to restore the site to its natural state. Timberwolf Environmental Services Ltd is committed to ensuring that the site is fully restored and that it meets all regulatory requirements. Book our quality remediation services by filling out our eform today.
PHASE 2 ENVIRONMENTAL CORING UNIT
Upon identification of a recognized environmental condition or potential soil contamination in a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), clients often request Phase II Environmental Testing to evaluate the extent of the contamination. Phase II ESA typically involves drilling boreholes using a drill rig or hand auger to collect soil samples for laboratory analysis.